The tasks orders began in September 2018 and will continue throughout the 2019 fiscal year. They include manpower requirements, performance analysis, training, technical evaluation, risk management, and administrative services.
ABOUT HARKCON, INC.
Harkcon, Inc. provides a wide range of comprehensive organizational and workforce performance analysis and customized, innovative solutions in the public and private sectors. Focusing on analysis and solutions that improve worker, workplace, and organizational performance, Harkcon specializes in identifying the needs of a workforce and the appropriate organizational, leadership, and management interventions req...
Harkcon was recently awarded a 7th task order under the FBI SOAPS BPA.
The task order began March 2018 and continues on into the 2021 fiscal year. Harkcon is providing Print Shop support services to the FBI’s Facility Support Unit located in Washington, DC and Quantico, VA.
ABOUT HARKCON, INC.
Harkcon, Inc. provides a wide range of comprehensive organizational and workforce performance analysis and customized, innovative solutions in the public and private sectors. Focusing on analysis and solutions that improve worker, workplace, and organizational performance, Harkcon specializes in identifying the needs of a workforce and the appropriate organizational, leadership, and management interventions required to bring motivation and performance to unprecedented levels.
A service-disabled, veteran-owned small business founded in 2005 and based in Fredericksburg, Virginia, Harkcon was named to the Inc. 500/5000 List for the seventh consecutive year (2016) and has been named to Diversity Busines...
Harkcon, Inc. an internationally recognized, service-disabled veteran owned business was one of the 16 companies selected by the Department of Homeland Security to receive the 14th annual 2018 DHS Small Business Achievement Award.
The award ceremony was held on Tuesday, April 17th 2018 in Washington, D.C.
Harkcon was recognized for its superior project management, analytical services, communications support services, and expert consultation on issues related to a comprehensive review and establishment of the locations, functions, and responsibilities for Coast Guard Personnel and Administration offices around the country. Harkcon was responsible for ensuring the alignment of the Personnel and Administration offices with Coast Guard Servicing Personnel Offices as well as defining the customer base for each location. Since 2005, Harkcon has performed a critical role in the analysis, development, and refinement of human resource policies, procedures, and tools that support the effective man...
Harkcon was recently awarded six USCG contracts. Contract wins include:
USCG Personnel Service Center (PSC) Servicing Personnel Office/Personnel and Administration (SPO/P&A) Support Services (CG-1 BPA).
USCG Vessel Traffic Service (VTS) Units Manpower Requirement Analysis (MRA) (CG-1 BPA).
USCG Office of International Affairs (DCO-I) Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Support Services: OY-1 (CG-1 BPA).
USCG CG-121 Analytic Support Services (CG-1 BPA).
USCG Cyber Capabilities Program Management Technical Support Services (PACTS II IDIQ).
USCG CG-REG Database Support Services (GSA PSS).
The tasks orders began in September 2017 and will continue throughout the 2018 fiscal year. They include manpower requirements, performance analysis, training, technical evaluation, risk management, and administrative services.
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Our dual focus on leadership development and emergency incident response are aimed at caring for your people and giving them the opportunity to achieve extraordinary results while working towards a common goal. Our training, professional development, and consulting services launch from this foundation. Our team of accomplished professionals and renowned keynote speakers has excelled for decades across a broad spectrum of industries at leading people and teams to the highest levels of achievement. Let us help you do the same.
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Harkcon, Inc. wins the strategically sourced Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Program Management Administrative, Clerical and Technical Services (PACTS II) Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity Vehicle in Functional Category 1. PACTS II is a DHS service disabled veteran owned small business (SDVOSB) set aside contract vehicle providing DHS Components with management, administrative, operations, and technical support services. Harkcon leads an impressive team of large and small businesses as well as other SDVOSBs on this five year indefinite-delivery indefinite-quantity contract. The Harkcon Team is already providing these same services in both the public and private sector, helping clients with strategic planning, program assessment, program and project management, logistics support, contingency planning, resource management, change management, acquisition support, engineering services, environmental, technical, and other scientific consulting services, and risk assessment.
By Marty Jenkins | Harkcon’s Communications Specialist
Something totally unforeseen has happened and my marketing plan has stalled! Should I throw out my plan and try again next year? Maybe I will just sweep it under the rug because…eh, I wasn’t that serious about it anyway. After all, it was more of a suggestion! What is the real benefit of following it? It has already started to crumble and fall apart, right? WRONG!
It is in moments like these that you need to firmly immerse yourself in your marketing plan and follow these three steps:
Identify - First, identify what went wrong. Maybe budget cuts happened, or you did not meet a projected goal, that’s okay. It’s important to identify the error and move on to the next step to fix the error.
Analyze - In life it is important for us to learn from the unexpected, and the same goes for your marketing plan. It is in confrontation with the unforeseen that we grow and learn the most. In order to learn it is important to analyze...
By Marty Jenkins | Harkcon’s Communications Specialist
It’s 2017, and now that you’ve identified your goals, it’s time to execute them. Whether you hope to increase sales or start a new business the strategy will only vary slightly. So, how do you get there? It’s really quite easy! Follow your marketing plan, and these steps, and you’ll be well on your way.
The first step is picking out the most time sensitive items. I recommend taking each item on your marketing list and rate the items in order of importance. Consider both print and digital marketing materials in this review. If you’re starting a new business I suggest having both print and web marketing materials.
Once you place your items in order of importance, the next step is to start implementing them and developing a way to track and measure your marketing plan. Begin by choosing a method for monitoring and determining how often you need to measure. At Harkcon, we use Google Analytics to monitor o...
By Marty Jenkins | Harkcon’s Communication and Marketing Specialist
Creating a Marketing plan can seem overwhelming. Where do I begin? What do I need to include? How do I know it will work? These are all valid questions, but it does not need to be so complicated. To create a marketing plan you simply need to follow these 5 steps and you will be sure to meet your goals.
1. Company Analysis
A company analysis is the first step to creating a marketing plan. Like all successful projects, you first must diagnose the issues and current health of the company. During the company analysis you will need to ask questions like: What is our marketing budget? What things are working for us? What things aren’t working for us? It’s important to look at the organization’s capabilities, business environment and customers. This brings us to the next step.
2. Identify your Target Market
Who is your target market? Your target market is who is buying your product and o...
Harkcon leads an impressive team of businesses on this five year BPA, including ABS Consulting, Inc., Grant Thornton, Calibre, and Eagle Hill. The Harkcon team assists the Coast Guard in the analysis, development and implementation of human resource (HR) policies, procedures, and tools that support the effective management of all parts of the United States Coast Guard (almost 38,000 regular military members, 8,000 Ready Reservists, about 8,700 civilians and approximately 30,000 members of the Coast Guard Auxiliary). All aspects of workforce management are included under this BPA, including structure and organization (enlisted rates and ratings, warrant officer specialties, commissioned officer specialties/subspecialties and ranks, civilian series, and Auxiliary capabilities), recruiting, retention, assignments, promotions, separations, performance interventions, training, and manpower requirements determination.
Harkcon recently delivered a Staffing Requirements Analysis for the Coast Guard Office of Logistics Program Management (CG-44) three months ahead of schedule. The CG-44 staffing requirements analysis focused on supply support, transportation management, inventory management, and shipping and receiving functions completed by logistic support personnel. This staffing requirements analysis was a continuation of work Harkcon completed for the Coast Guard’s finance office where we analyzed the work requirements for Coast Guard financial management and contract administration personnel.
Harkcon, Inc. recently completed a Workforce Analysis of three Reserve Ratings for the United States Coast Guard; specifically Electrician’s Mate (EM), Damage Controlman (DC), and Machinery Technician (MK). The analysis is now being used to help assist the Deputy Commandant for Mission Support (DCMS) translate Reserve Component mission requirements into workforce requirements. More specifically, it provides human capital information to assist DCMS in making informed decisions regarding resource management, risk management, and workforce planning.
The National Training Center (NTC), U.S. Department of Energy, has enlisted the support of Harkcon employee Lawrence Hatfield in the re-write and update of the Basic Instructor Training (BIT) course to better enable it to meet the changing needs of the department’s instructor cadre to support the continuing need for instructors to support the organization’s mission.
Harkcon recently won a new 6-month contract to support CBP’s Facilities Management and Engineering (FM&E) Directorate responsible for providing full lifecycle real property and infrastructure management support and services to all CBP Offices.