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Knightsbridge Establishes Federal Practice

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  • July 01 2004, 1:00am EDT

As the U.S. Government continues to adopt best practices in the way it collects, manages and analyzes massive amounts of data in an effort to reduce costs, improve efficiencies and take on unprecedented new challenges, Knightsbridge Solutions has announced the formation of a Federal practice to support the government's growing and increasingly complex data management needs.

"Federal agencies face a challenge in establishing coordinated, integrated data management infrastructures to eliminate redundant IT investments, process enormous volumes of data and utilize limited resources efficiently," said Jay Desai, Federal practice area leader and Knightsbridge co-founder. "Knightsbridge is well-positioned to leverage best practices to quickly add clear, measurable value to any large-scale analytic consulting project."

Knightsbridge currently works with Grant Thornton on a three-year program to develop a data integration strategy and roadmap for the Department of Education, Federal Aid Office (DOE-FSA). Knightsbridge also subcontracts with the Logistics Management Institute (LMI) to conduct a tool assessment and recommend a data warehouse design for the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Knightsbridge's Federal Practice launch corresponds with its recent opening of a Washington D.C. office to support local clients and recruitment efforts. Based in Chicago, Knightsbridge also has offices in the New York metro area, Los Angeles and San Francisco Bay area.

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