Who We Serve

ReefPoint Group is a verified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). Listed below are a few of the contract vehicles we hold within the Federal government.

Companies interested in teaming with us should contact us to initiate a discussion regarding how ReefPoint Group can best serve your team.

Who We Serve

ReefPoint Group is a verified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). Listed below are a few of the contract vehicles we hold within the Federal government.

Companies interested in teaming with us should contact us to initiate a discussion regarding how ReefPoint Group can best serve your team.

Contract Vehicles

Vehicle Description Contract No.
BUMED Performance Improvement Multiple-award IDIQ designed to provide performance and process improvement support services to MHS organizations, including: DHA, BUMED, MEDCOM, AFMS, and individual MTFs. N0018917DZ013
Navy SeaPort Next Generation Multiple-award IDIQ designed to provide Navy with engineering, technical, and professional support services across 23 functional service areas. N0017811D6663
GSA IT Schedule 70 OMB Tier 3 BIC GWAC designed to deliver federal, state, and local customer agencies the tools and expertise needed to shorten procurement cycles, ensure compliance, and obtain the best value for innovative technology products, services, and solutions. 47QTCA19D000W
GSA Professional Services Schedule Multiple-award IDIQ designed to provide direct access to a wide range of professional services. Services include: advertising and marketing solutions; business consulting solutions; environmental solutions; financial and business solutions; language services; logistics solutions; and professional engineering solutions. GS10F011BA

Multiple-award IDIQ designed to provide performance and process improvement support services to MHS organizations, including: DHA, BUMED, MEDCOM, AFMS, and individual MTFs.

CONTRACT NO: N0018917DZ013

Multiple-award IDIQ designed to provide Navy with engineering, technical, and professional support services across 23 functional service areas.

CONTRACT NO: N0017811D6663

OMB Tier 3 BIC GWAC designed to deliver federal, state, and local customer agencies the tools and expertise needed to shorten procurement cycles, ensure compliance, and obtain the best value for innovative technology products, services, and solutions.

CONTRACT NO: 47QTCA19D000W

Multiple-award IDIQ designed to provide direct access to a wide range of professional services. Services include: advertising and marketing solutions; business consulting solutions; environmental solutions; financial and business solutions; language services; logistics solutions; and professional engineering solutions.

CONTRACT NO: GS10F011BA

Current Contract Examples

Innovative Support

Finding innovative ways to support our clients is a priority for ReefPoint Group. Reach out to us today to see how we can partner or work together to drive innovation and best serve the community.

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U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED)

Transformational Readiness Modernization

We are leading BUMED’s efforts to modernize and transform its infrastructure and portfolio of programs in executing its readiness mission, which includes: (1) ensuring the medical readiness of service members; and (2) sustaining a ready medical force that is capable of providing exceptional care anytime, anywhere. Using our repeatable and scalable Agile program and project management methodologies, we rapidly responded to these emerging requirements by establishing new work streams, onboarding new staff, and partnering with client program managers to co‐create and implement solutions.

Department of Veterans Affairs (VA):

VA Innovation Center (VIC) Data Analytics Support

We are currently helping the VIC within the Office of Enterprise Integration (OEI) establish a data lake and Power BI dashboard that will curate and integrate data from disparate sources that are internal and external to VA. These resources will be used to help address a wide range of questions pertaining to VA care and payment innovation initiatives enabled by the MISSION Act that are focused on reducing expenditures while preserving or enhancing the quality of care for Veterans. We are further providing data analytics support for the Center for Care and Payment Innovation within the VIC to help inform decisions about where to conduct a series of pilot studies across multiple programs that will be conducted to measure and evaluate the impacts of alternative care delivery and payment models on a spectrum of quality and cost measures.

U.S. Air Force Surgeon General and U.S. Navy Surgeon General:

Data Analytics Support

We are assisting senior leaders with strategic and operational decisions that aim to: (1) optimize the efficiency of business operations; (2) improve the health and wellness of the beneficiary population; (3) ensure the medical readiness of service members; and (4) sustain a ready medical force to provide care anytime, anywhere. We are providing a broad range of data analytics services, including: (1) data collection, processing, and storage; (2) data modeling, data quality, and data management; (3) data pipeline development and implementation; (4) descriptive, predictive, and prescriptive analytics; and (5) data visualization, including design, development, deployment, and maintenance of enterprise health and readiness dashboards.

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Past Performances

We take pride in empowering our clients to continue great work, even after our contract period has ended.

U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED):

Future Readiness Care Model Program Management Office (PMO)

We provided BUMED with applied research support in conducting pilot studies for three major programs aimed at improving the health and readiness of the military beneficiary population: (1) Virtual Health; (2) Connected Corpsmen in the Community; and (3) Mental Health. In addition, we conducted several programmatic and ad‐hoc studies and analyses to: (1) address a wide range of questions or issues pertaining to these programs; (2) identify areas for improvement to these programs based on insights and lessons learned from pilot studies; and (3) provide evidence to support large‐scale implementation. Finally, we presented findings and reports to the Surgeon General of the Navy and helped develop evidence to support responses to U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) audits and Congressional inquiries.

Quality Governance and High Reliability Organization (HRO) Transformation

Veterans Health Administration (VHA):

In 2015, the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) identified the VHA healthcare system as a high‐risk program due to persistent weaknesses and risks to the timeliness, cost‐effectiveness, quality, and safety of the healthcare that VHA provides for Veterans. To help address these persistent weaknesses and areas of concern, VHA selected us to establish a healthcare quality governance infrastructure that would underpin an enterprise‐wide organizational transformation and performance improvement journey to become a high reliability organization (HRO) that continuously learns, innovates, and improves to achieve excellence in caring for Veterans. As part of this work, we partnered with VHA executives, administrative staff, and clinicians to identify, track, evaluate, and prioritize hundreds of risks and issues related to five domains of healthcare delivery and outcomes: (1) patient safety; (2) healthcare quality; (3) access to care; (4) patient and provider satisfaction; and (5) cost or efficiency. Our qualitative and quantitative analyses of data from disparate sources (e.g., electronic health records (EHRs), External Peer Review Program (EPRP) reports, and Strategic Analytics for Improvement and Learning (SAIL) reports) helped inform development, evaluation, and prioritization of a portfolio of alternative risk mitigation and performance improvement projects that aimed to improve healthcare delivery and outcomes for Veterans at each participating VHA facility.