U.S. Special Operations Command: Process Improvement Across Acquisition and Procurement
Our team executed an assessment of business processes from end-to-end and recommend a way ahead for process improvements. The intent was to visualize process flow and relationship to stakeholders, clarify roles and responsibilities, and determine the most simplistic methodology from a complex system considering speed, innovation, quality, and overall cost of business. This initiative consisted of an unbiased analysis of existing plans, tools, and resources to recommend actions that provide significant workflow enhancements and/or economies of workflow.
Our consultants leveraged the Lean Six Sigma (LSS) objectives and utilized a modified DMAIC framework to evaluate USSOCOM work centers and provide detailed process improvements across technology, process, and human resources.
Key to Success and Results
Our team developed a detailed list of tailored improvement actions coupled with an analysis of potential cost and schedule saving mechanisms as well as identified potential risks with integrating the improvement actions and associated mitigation strategies. These recommendations will be utilized by USSOCOM leadership to improve procurement processes across the acquisition leg of the organization