Management Consulting

Valador provide key strategies for operations, critical system acquisitions, disaster assessment and recovery, and program restructuring.

Valador combines strategic, technical, operational and organizational expertise with a proven, disciplined approach to help customers overcome today’s complex management challenges. We provide management consulting that offers innovative solutions in areas such as:

  • Strategic Planning and Policy Development
  • Independent Assessment of Cost, Operational Effectiveness and Program Readiness
  • Program and Project Management Support
  • Program and Project Final Reporting and Closeout
  • PMO Support
  • Conference Logistics and Support
  • Risk Management
  • Independent Assessments
  • Regulatory Compliance and Reporting
  • Analysis of Alternatives and Decision Support

Valador’s team of management experts work within the highest levels of government agencies to provide decision support services and solutions. We assist customers with information identification and assessment to make educated decisions on operational improvements, major system acquisitions, risk mitigation, program restructuring, continuity of operations, and other critical business areas. We provide this service for programs ranging from national defense and IT security to space transportation systems and financial management systems.

We offer innovative solutions to enhance the managers’ ability to assess their critical information resources, from executive dashboards summarizing complex data to modeling of operations to facilitate assessment of alternative processes.

We have gained a solid reputation from the quality of our technical and management-oriented analyses, providing customers a proven capability for independent analysis support in both normal and crisis situations. For example, Valador coordinated the efforts of hundreds of contractors and consultants for the Columbia Accident Investigation Board, investigating the accident that claimed the Columbia Space Shuttle in 2003, and producing a final report that won the “Best in Show” award from the Society for Technical Communications.