B3 Solutions

"As a result of your support, AVS and the FAA now have a system to provide data on the training needs of many of our AVS safety personnel."
-FAA Director
"…you all continue to make PMB standout in an outstanding way…"
-WHS Chief
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"Support staff is very responsive and product quality is exceptional."
-FAA Director
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"Thanks for all you do. Your contributions are taking VMD to the next level of higher performance."
-USPTO Director
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"Your entire team showed exceptional talent and commitment. We achieved much more than anyone would have expected or thought."
-FAA Division Manager
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Why B3 Solutions?


At B3 Solutions, we provide services, solutions, and professional management expertise that enable our customers to achieve mission success, operational excellence, and outstanding results.

But we also know these are just words – unless we can provide proof.

Performance, past and present, is the true way to gauge the merits of a government focused service provider -- and this is where B3 excels.

We listen, learn, and deliver Solutions that outperform the others, optimize service, and delight our customers.

Explore our track record, judge us on our merits, and let us know how we can help you.

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We perform “life cycle” acquisition support and are uniquely qualified to manage every aspect of the acquisition process.

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B3 Solutions has a wealth of experience in providing government agencies with superior Program Management assistance. We specialize in a diverse range of project disciplines, planning efforts, and implementation.
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Finding ways to deliver dynamic and innovative Logistics services that lowers the support costs of our customers systems and equipment while enhancing their ability to meet the overall missions within reducing budgets

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IT software development; infrastructure support and cyber services; as well as, software, aviation and industrial engineering.

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Microsoft CRM based total lifecycle technology solutions for Government acquisition / contracting professionals and the Contractors dedicated to supporting them.
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Earlier this year, program managers in the Department of Homeland and the General Services Administration’s FEDSIM undertook a redesign of the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program, the largest cybersecurity effort in the federal government.

While the program has a shiny new name — CDM DEFEND, which stands for Dynamic and Evolving Federal Enterprise Network Defense — program managers assert that this is more than just a rebranding.

“It’s an effort to replace the CDM BPAs that expire in August of 2018,” explained Kevin Cox, CDM program manager at DHS, during a discussion Oct. 30 at the annual American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council (ACT-IAC) Executive Leadership Conference in Williamsburg, Va. “It will follow the same model of how the agencies are grouped, then we will be competing different task orders for system integrators to partner with those agencies.”

The focus on partnerships is key, said Cox, as the new CDM model will be less about buying specific services and technologies and more about creating a strong cybersecurity posture that can evolve over time.

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11/1/2017 7:57 AMSean Almas11/1/2017 8:00 AMhttps://www.federaltimes.com/civilian/dhs/2017/10/30/governments-biggest-cybersecurity-program-is-evolving

Lawmakers on Wednesday finalized plans to boost next year’s veterans benefits by the same cost-of-living increase as Social Security, meaning a 2 percent boost in payouts starting in December.

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11/1/2017 7:57 AMSean Almas10/27/2017 9:00 AMhttps://www.militarytimes.com/veterans/2017/10/26/senate-finalizes-measure-to-give-vets-a-2-percent-cola-boost

The General Services Administration issued a request for information on the future of entity identification and validation services that could replace the expiring contract with Dun & Bradstreet in 2018.

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11/1/2017 7:57 AMSean Almas10/27/2017 9:00 AMhttps://www.federaltimes.com/acquisition/2017/10/25/gsa-rfi-could-topple-duns-monopoly
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​Congratulations to the B3 sponsored Hampton First Baptist Church Softball team. During the past fall season, the team went 10-0, going undefeated and winning the regular season championship. They also went 3-0 during the end of season tournament winning that as well. The final score of the tournament championship game was 28-6, which in the 4th inning; the game was ended due to the 20-run mercy rule before the 5th inning.

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​On November 13, as part of our volunteering and charitable engagements with the Alexandria Redevelopment Housing Authority (ARHA), B3 HQ filled 100 Thanksgiving bags! Filled with turkey vouchers and 20 non-perishable items, we were able to provide all of the makings of Thanksgiving Dinner for 50 families in the Alexandria community.


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​Thanks to the generousity of our B3 Solutions "One Team" we were able to donate over $200 in gift cards, clothes, toys, and more toys to the Salvation Army this year!

3/7/201812/7/2017 2:00 PM

Veterans Day is the official United States public holiday, observed annually on November 11, to honor all the men and women who've served our country in uniform.  It coincides with other holidays celebrated in other countries that mark the anniversary of the end of World War I. We celebrate veterans from generations past and we thank our future veterans, still serving at home and abroad. Our veterans, past, present, and future are worthy, totally worthy, of all honor, admiration, and celebration

All veterans have a binding thread that only they can know and share. Knowledge that they were part of something larger than themselves.  In quiet solitude, there is a single thread that binds veterans. It is an immense pride about being part of something larger than themselves. It is the knowledge of having done much more than most ever do, performed well, took great risks, relied on good people and served a real purpose, by being there. Their contributions have made an impact on the lives of so many.

It is said that security is like oxygen: when you have enough of it, you pay no attention to it.  America's service members have long provided the oxygen, the security that allows millions and millions of people, not just in America, but in so much of the world to be safe, to raise their children, to dream their dreams, to live lives that are full, and to leave behind a better world.

Many did not all come home alive, many did not all come home whole, many are not yet home, and we continue to send many back into harm's way. The enormity of their sacrifice, and the sacrifice of their families, is beyond compare. Taking care of them, and their families, is a sacred responsibility we must always uphold.

John F. Kennedy said, "As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them." So, it isn't enough to say it – we need to be it. Grateful. Thankful. Appreciative. The greatest prayer you can say is "Thank You." Two words. Eight letters. But weighted with love, gratitude, humility and understanding.

To my Brothers and Sisters, I say "Thank You". Not only for what you have done, but for the rare privilege and distinct honor to be one of you.

I would like to share this passage from President Ronald Reagan from a speech he gave at the Veterans Day Ceremony at the Vietnam Memorial: 

"For too long a time, they stood in a chill wind, as if on a winter night's watch. And in that night, their deeds spoke to us, but we knew them not. And their voices called to us, but we heard them not. Yet in this land that God has blessed, the dawn always at last follows the dark, and now morning has come. The night is over. We see these men and know them once again -- and know how much we owe them, how much they have given us, and how much we can never fully repay. And not just as individuals but as a nation, we say we love you and thank you."

To all our veterans – thank you.  Thank you for everything you've done for our country.  You're among the best our nation has to offer.  God bless you and your families, and happy Veterans Day.

2/7/201811/9/2017 12:00 PM

On November 10, 1775, the Second Continental Congress met in Philadelphia, and passed a resolution stating that two Battalions of Marines be raised for service as landing forces with the fleet. This resolution established the Continental Marines and marked the birth of the United States Marine Corps. Since that date, many thousands of men and women have borne the name "Marine". In memory of them, Marines commemorate the birthday of the Corps by calling to mind the glories of its long and illustrious history with a traditional ball and cake-cutting ceremony.  By tradition, the first slice of cake is given to the oldest Marine present, who in turn hands it off to the youngest Marine present, symbolizing the old and experienced Marines passing their knowledge to the new generation of Marines.

Happy Birthday Marines.  Semper Fi!

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