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U.S. PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE

Areas of Expertise: Program Management, Business Process Management,
Financial Management, Strategic Planning, Contract Performance Management,
Organizational Change Management, Risk Management, Training

BNL Inc. was awarded a 5-year $300M BPA to support the Chief Information Officer of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to deliver information and technology to enable innovation with a vision of transforming the USPTO with information technology management services. BNL can help support the organizational mission to provide staff resources and support to OCIO offices, in performing the services associated with the effective performance of its inherent business and successful management and completion of IT projects.

 
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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Areas of Expertise: Human Capital and Organizational Management, Employee and Labor Relations, Training and Development

BNL, Inc. won a major 10-year IDIQ contract with the Department of Education to provide high-quality services in support of DoED Human Capital and Organizational Management (HCOM) areas at the Department and the Office of Federal Student Aid. These HCOM areas included the full range of human capital services: staffing and recruitment, position classification and position management, employee and labor relations, workforce development, alignment, and organizational transformation; training and development; personnel action processing and payroll support, and other related capabilities.

 
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DEFENSE INFORMATION SYSTEMS AGENCY
Areas of Expertise: Program Management, RMF, A&A

SLC3S: This integrated program required collaboration with community stakeholders and resulted in significant cost and time reduction by pooling funding, personnel, best practices, and facilities to resolve common problems. BNL Inc. directed data collection, validation, management, and analysis of real-time strategic communications measurement information from multiple data sources. BNL performance ensured technologies were properly assessed, managed, and presented for review decisions.

Our engineering support services staff conducted testing and studies of the complex interactions between networked systems. BNL developed a Network Evaluation and Analysis Testing (NEAT) report and metrics that serve as the baseline for network performance for SLC3S communications systems.

 

SVEIITES:  The scope of this requirement covered the global aspects of critical networks as well as the "regional" aspects of the Enhanced Pentagon Capability. The scope provided specialized functional area technical support to the DISA Network Services organization in its mission of performing engineering performance tests and analysis of current and evolving secure voice networks. The team also provided system engineering design, implementation, and integration support to current and evolving secure voice networks, including Information Assurance support. This effort has evolved into BNL supporting DISA’s DISN Defense Red Switch Network (DRSN) through Secure Voice Services and Program Engineering Support (SVS PES) and as Program Office SME to the DRSN Sites for Risk Management Framework (RMF) security assessment and authorization (A&A).

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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS
Areas of Expertise: Human Capital and Organizational Management, Employee and Labor Relations, Training and Development

BNL, Inc. won a critical 5-year contract to support the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Office of Enterprise Integration (OEI), and Data Governance and Analytics (DGA) office. BNL supports DGA in the provision of data and statistics on the Veteran population and VA operations, as well as the analysis of data on Veterans, which helps VA leadership on operational and policy issues facing the Department.   

DGA is responsible for integrating data from VA, federal government agencies, and third-party sources about Veteran military history, demographics, socioeconomics, and utilization of VA benefits and services, and performs descriptive, diagnostic, predictive, and prescriptive statistical analysis on that data. DGA builds and uses the United States Veterans Eligibility Trends and Statistics (USVETS) datasets to perform its mission.

 
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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT

Areas of Expertise: Financial Strategic Communications, Compliance, and Internal Controls

BNL Inc. supports three tasks at HUD Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO). BNL supports HUD in the development of its Annual Financial Report (AFR). The AFR is a strategic communications document that provides financial and performance results enabling the President, Congress, and the American people to assess an Agency’s accomplishments each fiscal year. This report provides an overview of an Agency’s programs, achievements, challenges, and management’s accountability for the resources entrusted to it. BNL assists with preparing the AFR per the requirements within a prescribed timeline. BNL also supports HUD to achieve compliance with the Improper Payments Elimination and Recovery Act while supporting HUD to remediate material weaknesses and perform internal controls of financial reporting.

 
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GINNIE MAE (Government National Mortgage Association)

Areas of Expertise: Financial Compliance, Testing, and Internal Controls

 

BNL Inc. helped Ginnie Mae refine its approach to its internal control program to implement a top-down approach to establish a consistent, risk-based annual assessment of internal controls. This process began with identifying, establishing, and concurring on the universe of financial business cycles and processes associated with significant financial reporting processes. BNL reviewed financial statement line items and associated processes, existing policies and procedures, and conducted interviews with management and key stakeholders within the organization to identify and document its significant financial business cycles and related processes and sub-processes. 

BNL redesigned and continues to support Ginnie Mae's A-123 program with a risk-based approach focused on significant financial reporting activities. Key factors in achieving Ginnie Mae's mission and program results include establishing and maintaining effective internal controls, and identifying and addressing internal control weaknesses, which improve accountability.