More and more, industries in the public sector are being challenged to execute increasing complex programs with a growing network of contractors, all while complying with government regulations and demonstrating accountability.
At CDP, we understand that this fast-paced, high-tech environment requires specialized expertise. Our industry experts are here to help you transition from legacy systems to new state-of-the-art tools with a hands-on approach that will allow you to:
CDP employees understand the public sector environment and can help you develop processes that allow you to have visibility into the progress of your projects and programs so you can deliver on-time, within budget, and in compliance. Specifically, CDP will enable you to:
Partner Solutions for the Public Sector
With over 50 apps in Kahua’s public kStore and over 100 private applications that have been developed by customers or certified Kahua Partners, Kahua is reinventing the way companies manage and collaborate on projects by providing a solution that solves the major problems associated with legacy document management and project team collaboration solutions.
Phoenix Project Manager
It is more critical than ever to develop the optimal project plan to get the job done right: on time and on budget. One project gone bad can eliminate the profits of the entire year, or worse. You need a partner you can count on to eliminate surprises. Phoenix Project Manager was developed by construction scheduling professionals to simplify managing projects and it delivers a powerful tool to handle everything from simple projects to the most complex public sector construction programs.
Hard Dollar’s award-winning Project Cost Management solution creates cost confidence with increased visibility, standardization, automation, and control over project costs through estimate creation, timesheet entry, productivity management and project analysis in real-time, along with real-time resource and cost loaded scheduling integration with Primavera® and Microsoft® Project.
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