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Oakland Wins USTRANSCOM Contract to support Transportation Financial Management System (TFMS)

Oakland Wins USTRANSCOM Contract to support Transportation Financial Management System (TFMS)

9/7/2018 12:00:00 AM EDT
2 weeks ago

Oakland was awarded a contract with USTRANSCOM and the Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (SDDC) to provide technical and functional support for the Transportation Financial Management System (TFMS).  Oakland and our partner Deloitte will provide technical and functional engineering services to update and maintain software and enhance automation capabilities, maintain/sustain TFMS system operations, analyze system changes, and build capabilities within the TFMS applications.

TFMS serves as the critical financial management system solution in use by SDDC as its overall Transportation Working Capital Fund (TWCF) financial system. TFMS uses a Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) product, Oracle Enterprise Business Suite (EBS). All major lines of business utilize TFMS to conduct their operations including the Ocean Liner, Port Operations, Traffic Management, and the Global Privately Owned Vehicle (POV) Storage contract. TFMS is also used to support numerous "back office" functions including payroll timekeeping, travel, accounts payable, fixed asset accounting, and accounts receivable. TFMS serves a diverse customer base that includes all DoD components, various Defense agencies, other federal agencies, foreign Governments and private sector entities. TFMS also supports the execution of contracts with suppliers who facilitate the execution of the SDDC mission including ocean carriers, commercial air carriers, railroads, commercial trucking companies, stevedore contractors, and the Global POV Storage contractor.

Cedric E. Nash, Oakland’s President & CEO, noted that “Oakland’s efforts will improve the ability of USTRANSCOM and SDDC to sustain the current TFMS solution while introducing new technology and tools to provide rapid and meaningful reports to decision makers.  This improved responsiveness to data queries, enhanced data analytics, and reporting will dramatically enhance USTRANSCOM’s and SDDC’s mission effectiveness.  Oakland is excited to be a key part of this process”.

Oakland CEO Cedric E. Nash Recognized as a Top 100 MBE

Oakland CEO Cedric E. Nash Recognized as a Top 100 MBE

8/30/2018 12:00:00 AM EDT
3 weeks ago

 

Oakland CEO Cedric E. Nash Recognized as a Top 100 MBE®

Capital Region MSDC honors Oakland as one of the best in the region!

Lanham, MD – The Capital Region Minority Supplier Development Council (CRMSDC) announced that Cedric E. Nash, President and CEO, Oakland Consulting Group, Inc., was named a 2018 Top 100 MBE® winner. This prestigious award recognizes owners of minority business enterprises in Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia who have demonstrated exceptional entrepreneurial accomplishments, a high level of professionalism, and have made substantial contributions to their community. 

Established in 2007, the Top 100 MBE Awards® ceremony celebrates the creativity and innovation of regional MBEs who are role models and inspire the entire community.

Sharon R. Pinder, CRMSDC’s president and CEO, says, “Our board of directors and our corporate members congratulate the 2018 Top 100 MBEs® on their stellar accomplishments. We are proud to add this year’s class of winners to our circle of leadership.”

The Top 100 MBE Awards® will be presented at the CRMSDC’s 37th Annual Leaders and Legends Awards Ceremony, on Tuesday, September 25 at the MGM National Harbor.

“I am honored to be recognized and to be among such an outstanding group of awardees, “ says Nash. “This award reflects the commitment of our staff, clients, and partners to Oakland’s success.” 

About Capital Region Minority Supplier Development Council (CRMSDC)

CRMSDC is celebrating its 46th anniversary as a not-for-profit economic development organization supporting growth in Maryland, the District of Columbia, and Northern Virginia through programs and services that help corporations enhance the diversity and innovation of their supply chains. CRMSDC connects corporate and government members to well established, certified minority-owned business enterprises.

CRMSDC accomplishes this through a rigorous process of certifying that MBE suppliers are at least 51% owned, controlled and operated by ethnic minorities; providing education and advice to certified businesses; and finally, creating strategic opportunities for corporate members and certified MBEs to connect for the purpose of doing business.

Established in 1972, CRMSDC is one of 23 regional affiliates of the National Minority Supplier Development Council, the only nationally recognized MBE certifying authority. CRMSDC is headquartered in Silver Spring, MD.

About Oakland Consulting Group, Inc.

Oakland Consulting Group is veteran owned certified, GSA schedule 70 (GS35F0539L), small disadvantaged business enterprise that provides information technology services to federal, state and local government, and commercial organizations. OCG services include Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems Service; IT Consulting Services; Business Intelligence and Analytics Services; Software Value Added Reselling and Staffing Services.

 

Media Contact:
June C. Findlay

press@ocg-inc.com
Phone: 301.577.4111

 

Oakland supports “Back to School” by donating 140 Backpacks with School Supplies to Prince George’s County Public Schools And School Supplies to The Treatment and Learning Centers of Montgomery County

Oakland supports “Back to School” by donating 140 Backpacks with School Supplies to Prince George’s County Public Schools And School Supplies to The Treatment and Learning Centers of Montgomery County

8/24/2018 12:00:00 AM EDT
a month ago

Lanham, Md. - Oakland delivered 140 backpacks filled with school supplies to the Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) Social Services Department this August. The backpacks are distributed to foster, homeless, and other at-risk children at the start of the school year. Oakland was able to donate 40% more backpacks than last year, due to the generosity of its employees and contract personnel. The company matched every dollar donated.

Oakland also donated to The Treatment and Learning Centers (TLC), a non-profit organization in Rockville, Md. that annually serves nearly 2,000 children and adults with a wide range of special needs. Oakland is providing business support services to the Montgomery County Police Department, Liquor Control Department, and Department of Health and Human Services. As of September 4, 35 Oakland staff will be supporting these contracts.

This is the fourth consecutive year Oakland has donated assembled backpacks to PGCPS. Oakland personnel assembled the backpacks with supplies in a conference room; the composition of the backpacks differed for elementary, middle, and high school students.

“Giving back to our community is an important part of Oakland’s mission,” said Oakland President and CEO Cedric E. Nash. “I sincerely appreciate the generosity our staff has shown to support education and learning services in in the communities where we work and live.”

Oakland Wins ERP Services IDIQ Task Order to support GFEBS

Oakland Wins ERP Services IDIQ Task Order to support GFEBS

1/22/2018 12:00:00 AM EST
8 months ago

Lanham, MD

Oakland recently won a one year Task Order to provide General Funds Enterprise Business System (GFEBS) support to the Army’s Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management.

Under the Task Order, Oakland will be updating 125,000 Facility Readiness Driver Code data elements for real property belonging to the US Army Materiel Command (AMC) organic industrial base and US Forces Command (FORSCOM).  Ron Treusdell, Oakland’s Vice President for Federal Business, noted that “Oakland’s efforts will improve the ability of the Army to accurately assess the readiness of Army facilities by improving data integrity and accuracy – we are very pleased to be a key part of this process”. 

The Army GFEBS mission is to develop, acquire, integrate, deploy, and sustain enterprise-wide financial and procurement management capabilities to support the Army’s current and future missions.  When fully implemented, GFEBS will be one of the world’s largest ERP systems with some 79,000 end users at more than 200 locations around the world and with about a million transactions a day. GFEBS will enable the Army to better manage current and better estimate future budget requirements for the $140+ billion annual expenditures. The GFEBS SAP ERP solution is a web-enabled financial, asset and accounting management system that standardizes, streamlines, and shared critical data across the Active Army, the Army National Guard and the US Army Reserves.

Frank Cardile

General Cardile is a recently retired Lockheed Martin executive and a retired U.S. Air Force Brigadier General. He has more than 40 years of leadership and management experience. After the acquisition of ACS Government Services by the Lockheed Martin Corporation (LM) in December 2003, General Cardile served as Vice President of Defense Operations Lockheed Martin Information Technology (LMIT), Vice President & General Manager LMIT Professional Services, where he had overall responsibility for service delivery and financial performance for an organization consisting of approximately 6,000 technical staff and annual sales of over $800M, and Vice President of Operations for LM Enterprise Solutions & Services, a company with over 7,000 employees and annual sales of over $1.8B.

Prior to assuming his responsibilities with Lockheed Martin, the General was President of ACS Defense, Inc. and Managing Director of ACS Defense Services.  As President, he was responsible for the day to day operation of a company employing more than 3,000 technical staff and he increased annual sales from $150M to over $470M. He previously served as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of ACS Defense, and as President of the Betac Corporation, a $60M engineering and IT services company. Gen Cardile also served as Vice President and General Manager of Analytical Systems Engineering Corporation (ASEC), Federal Division.

While in the U.S. Air Force, General Cardile served as Deputy Commander for Tactical Systems and Vice Commander for the Air Force Systems Command’s Electronic Systems Division where he was responsible for C4ISR programs valued at over $5 billion. Earlier in his career, he was an engineer for the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). He also served as Executive Secretary to the DIA Scientific Advisory Committee and on the Air Force Staff as Deputy for Program Integration, Deputy Chief of Staff Research, Development & Acquisition. As a Wing Commander and an Installation Commander, he was responsible for all aircraft operations and maintenance activities and directed more than 12,000 military and civilian personnel.

General Cardile serves on the Board of Directors of the Andrews Federal Credit Union, and AFCEA International. He holds an MS in Aeronautical & Astronautical Engineering from Stanford University, an MBA in Financial Management from Auburn University and a BS from the United States Military Academy. He is a distinguished graduate of the Industrial College of the Armed Forces and a graduate of the Defense Systems Management College, Executive Program. His military decorations include two Distinguished Service Medals and two Silver Stars.