We Deliver Management
We get things done.
Our Management services leverage the most up-to-date Project Management and ISO standards to manage sensitive, large-scale, and complex projects. We sweat the details so you don’t have to.
Together, we make a great team.
“[Your] work … has made things easy for me as the COR, as well as the rest of [the program team]. It is apparent that JJR takes the work … seriously and always strives to ensure the success of the program/contract.”
—Client in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
We get clients to their acquisition goals faster.
We help Acquisition Mavericks change “business as usual,” whether it’s through our Phase III Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) experience, Section 804 and Other Transaction Authority (OTA) knowledge, or the Agile culture of teamwork we bring to every purchasing effort.
The more efficiently dollars are distributed, the more good they can do.
We bring order, speed, and transparency to complex and highly regulated granting programs. Our team commits to your long-term vision and uncovers ways to continuously improve.
Program and Project Management
We manage all types of programs using PMBOK® and ISO standards.
No project is too big or too small – we set the same high standards for every engagement. Our clients benefit from our extensive experience. We’ve organized hardware, software, money, people …You name it, and we’ve moved or managed it well.
How We Help Clients
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VA Office of Research and Development: Merit Review Support Services Program
The VA Office of Research and Development (ORD) oversees thousands of research projects that are critical to Veteran and family health. On day one of the contract, JJR Solutions had 100 percent of its staff ready to go. We helped the ORD standardize processes, metrics, and reporting mechanisms to help it award more than $500M annually. Following a 3,000-line integrated master schedule, the ORD processed more than 2,000 award applications for 30 programs in 2016. That involved 116 review panels and travel coordination for 1,700 scientists, all in compliance with the Federal Advisory Committee Act.