Markets

Achieving success in the federal market requires keen familiarity with a variety of different and distinct missions represented by federal agencies—each with its own history, culture, and way of doing business. This mission diversity proves to be challenging for traditional boutique consulting firms because it requires a broad base of intellectual capital. In addition to the varied missions of the agencies, a common theme across all agencies is the need to demonstrate proficiency in key disciplines driving today’s federal spending priorities.

Deep Water Point’s expertise spans the entire federal market. For a client, this means a single firm that has a tried and true track record of success, and a broad base of expertise that can be applied as client objectives evolve. We understand what it takes to be successful in each agency culture we support. Our experts have personal experience leading government teams within each of these environments. We translate this understanding to our clients, so they can more quickly become a valued partner to these agencies.

  • Deep Water Point’s in-depth knowledge of the unique mission requirements, operating environments, and challenges of civilian agencies across government provides clients with a competitive edge.

  • We leverage key individuals with diverse IC backgrounds to develop winning strategies to expand business opportunities within each target agency, capture specific bids, or penetrate the IC market for new entrants.

  • We have a robust cadre of former DOD civilian and military executives who have the relationships and experience required to successfully pursue business across one of the largest federal departments.

  • With health initiatives growing larger and more critical, companies who invest in this area will expose themselves to a broad range of opportunities that will continue to grow at nearly 5.6% annually.

  • While law enforcement organizations have diverse missions with technology-specific needs, there are high-level similarities that need to be understood.

  • Government can be both a follower and enabler of advanced technology, but the use of these technologies must focus on solving real-world government problems.