Success Stories

Census Bureau

FWG played key roles in the planning and execution of the 2010 Decennial Census. Our team’s involvement ranged from:

  • Technical expertise in field operations including logistics, recruiting, telecommunications, security systems, staffing, milestones, resource allocation, budgeting, and cost allocations
  • Space and logistics management for 500 Local Census Offices, and 12 Regional Census Centers
  • Nation-wide Tier 2-level help desk operations
  • Assessed, and planned for the rapidly changing technology and emerging automated systems for data collection, data processing, data dissemination and information systems
  • Full system design and development support

Office of the Comptroller of the Currency

During financial crisis, FWG was chosen as a partner with OCC to support the bank supervision’s mission during the critical implementation of the Base II standards. Our team provided:

  • System support, resource allocation and planning associated with bank examination activities
  • Enterprise-level activities
  • Develop and implemented the information clearinghouse and other instruments of communications
  • Standardized data collection methods, developed architecture models and defined data and functional requirements repositories and databases

Internal Revenue Service

FWG was tasked to provide strategic planning, strategic communications, and overall management support to deliver functional capabilities for the IRS to fulfill its obligations in terms of the complex legislation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Our teams’ Subject Matter Experts:

  • Successfully formulated and executed strategies and action plans in preparation for the impact the Affordable Care Act will have on IRS tax systems
  • Developed a concept of operations for transforming the investment management process at the IRS
  • Organized requirements for process innovation
  • Tactical support to achieve the detailed design and implementation of the ACA PMO


FWG played a critical role in the successful development and launch of the USDA Public Health Information Systems (PHIS) training. The PHIS training system was designed to draw from real food safety situations, realistic exercise and simulations exploring new and complex food safety policies. Our team:

  • Developed documentation for computer-based training to support the deployment of the Public Health Information Systems including program definition, training needs and existing resources assessments, training agenda, draft and pilot training packages, and courseware simulations
  • Developed and delivered a 2 week classroom based training for all field personnel (>5000 trainees)
  • Developed an innovative courseware platform using standalone laptops which allow large groups of students to experience the system simultaneously and learn the software without requiring internet access