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Business process management
Tuesday - 2/5/2013, 10:46pm EST
His company has a successful track record in many federal agencies, including organizations that are responsible for doing background investigations.
During the interview, Collo highlights a process improvement that was successful at the Department of Homeland Security.
In 2005, it took 189 days to complete an investigation. By 2012, the time was reduced to 44 days.
Saving 145 days improves readiness for the federal government and controls the wasted time for a person waiting.