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For Prospective Clients

LEGION offers prospective consulting clients a variety of innovative teaming approaches that maximize value by considering mutual strategic needs, available resources (B&P funds), supporting capabilities, and acquisition objectives in the structuring of our business relationships. In an era of diminishing opportunities and increasing pressure to operate as cost effectively as possible, our agility is as strong a value proposition as the impressive talents of our consultants. Some examples of previously successful approaches to consulting services include:

The Traditional Consultant Model

This traditional approach involves a flexible and competitive fee for services arrangement that can be structured either hourly or on a firm/fixed price basis depending on specific requirements.

The Consultant to Partner Model

This hybrid approach to client services enables us to transition from paid consultants (typically following the ID/IQ bid phase of a task order driven MAIDIQ opportunity) to teaming partner (at the task order level); adding LEGION's contractor capabilities to those of the prospective team and thereby significantly reducing the costs associated with bidding on individual task orders.  Following award, LEGION simply competes for work share like any other teammate with the important exception that it retains (and thus leverages) its intimate familiarity with the won opportunity to enhance the effectiveness of the prime contractor's program management and task order response processes.

The Partner to Consultant Model

This hybrid approach to client services enables us to transition from teaming partner to paid consultant at assessed critical junctures of the business development life cycle. Particularly in instances of unanticipated shortfalls, this enables LEGION to fill critical capability gaps for limited periods of time-- preserving resources while enhancing opportunity pursuits.

The Agility Model

This approach is limited only to the client's imagination and available resources. Although organized into three divisions, LEGION operates as one company. We are thus able to consider compensation models that benefit divisions other than the group providing its services. This includes but is not limited to providing consulting services in exchange for work share, profit share, or other considerations related to current or emerging business that satisfy the mutual strategic interests of all parties.