Since 2001, when our founder was recognized by the US White House for September 11, 2001 intelligence and counter-terrorism; then ask by Spain to support the Madrid train bombing inquiry a couple of years later, DSG has maintained a focus on common good innovation in National Security and Defense arenas.
Since the tragic kidnap and disappearance of our founder's young child, from Virginia several years ago, DSG has prioritized technology and policy innovation to protect and support children and families. Particularly in areas of health care, child abuse, and autism.
Engaged by a consortium of North American autism foundations, DSG was instrumental in leading social policy reform efforts with two key results:
At DSG we find significant inspiration in the lives and creative spirits of children, and the families supporting them.
We know intuitively that we have a great product when the technology supporting it disappears and all we see is result. That's the way most innovation should be - seamless, transparent, integrated. When we pick the right running shoes, we don't notice the shoes; we notice how the road feels. We know intuitively that we have a great product when the technology supporting it disappears and all we are aware of is the result. Here are more of our innovation success stories:
When most of the world focused on after-launch missile defense, we brain-stormed ways to prevent launch. Because any offensive maneuver is easier to control than a defensive posture. Our founder coined the term "IN-SILO" missile defense, based on original DSG concept, engineering design and development. We have advocated a pre-launch approach since 2016.
We were early advocates and trainers in operational efficiency - the philosophy of "running government like a business." Borrowing private sector principles of efficiency and resource pooling that also work well for public and non-profit agencies, stretching revenue ROI without sacrificing constituent services.
When you spend as much on health care as Americans and other nations do, you realize what significance even the least innovation holds for lowering costs, or better supporting consumers.
Unfortunately, Health Care - IT and services - is one of the lowest-margin areas for US GovCon and private providers or IT providers. Our clients, even those on US Federal blanket awards of $5B+, have struggled with margins of negative, to 0, to 2%. Quite standard for the medical industry.
We help clients in GovCon and private sector, as well as foreign governments or consulting arenas, turn around negative profit margins, lower or stabalize IT and administrative costs, and improve customer satisfaction. (Especially when the customer is the US Government.)
Our Health Care IT innovation includes a flagship project that is now heralded worldwide as a standard for online Health Care Marketplaces: the Singapore Government Health Care Marketplace. This work was completed in entirety by our wonderful offshore IT teams and management staff.