For Civilian Federal Agencies
Achieve Your Mission and Meet Requirements Through Research,
Discovery, and Experience Services
Connect with experts who provide essential research, information, and content development services to create and sustain your program.
Civilian agencies have diverse program missions and objectives ranging from safeguarding domestic security to meeting information management challenges to creating impactful cultural heritage experiences.
You need a reliable source for research, discovery, and experience services that will alleviate pressure on your program team and provide support at just the right time.
Our specialists focus on research and analysis, archives and information management, cultural heritage and technology, and content and digital storytelling services. As both consultants and practitioners, we understand the range of challenges you face.
Our services are available as both short term, supplemental support and long term, embedded teams.
We will position your program to:
- Achieve compliance with mandates
- Digitally transform paper-based records
- Support program operations through information discovery
- Make modern decisions based on historical research and analysis
- Archive operational, web-based, and historical information
- Discover, preserve, and interpret asset collections and sites
We take a simple approach to unpacking these complex challenges:
- We listen to your specific requirements
- We identify program gaps
- We create an efficient, effective solution
- We supply services that meet, and usually exceed, expectations
POINT OF CONTACT:
Government Program Manager
DUNS Number: 037704574
CAGE Code: 9Y474
We have decades of past performance with a wide range of civilian agencies and independent government agencies, including:
years experience in
SBA-Certified American-owned Small Business
subject matter experts based around the world
“HAI successfully accomplished this inventory project which had many moving parts, complexities, and unknowns. At the completion of the inventory, we had a significantly better idea of what was in the collection, a general idea of real-time and future conservation needs, and knowledge of where everything was located in the CG storage facility.”
Chief Curator, US Coast Guard