Company Announces Recent Hires and Open Positions Gaithersburg, MD – The McKelvey Group, Inc. (TMG), DC’s premier financial consulting firm for high-growth companies, announces the addition of three recent members toContinue
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The McKelvey Group, Inc. (TMG) is DC’s premier financial consulting firm for high-growth companies. TMG’s winning services include Finance & Accounting, Government Pricing Proposal Support, Business Valuation, and Customized Training.
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Our responsiveness and flexibility keeps up with your growing business. You can count on our expertise to proactively solve problems and go the extra mile to get the job done.
Integrity is the cornerstone of The McKelvey Group. Our solid reputation has been earned through honesty and a conscientious way of making decisions. Our trusted name is well-respected and brings us a loyal clientele.
TMG is forward-thinking and progressive in our approach to business. Our energetic team is adaptable to your company’s changing needs. We are passionate about our work.
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The DC area’s premier financial consulting firm’s scalable, resource-rich approach to pricing proposal and accounting support results in over 260% total revenue growth over 7 years, and more than 20%Continue
Featuring Richter & Company GAITHERSBURG, MD – As government contractors resume pricing proposal activities after delays from the shutdown, The McKelvey Group, Inc. (TMG) would like to share insights onContinue
Congratulations to our friends and executive team at CTR Management Group, Carlo Marfori and Ramir Magbanua who have a lot to be excited about! We toasted to their success andContinue
TMG’s Senior Pricing Consultant, Ron Rheude spoke to Government Executive yesterday on what contractors should expect in the coming weeks with regard to pricing proposal opportunities and government solicitations, predictingContinue
Washington Technology reports that just because government agencies reopen for business Monday after five weeks of a shutdown does not mean things return to business as usual. And TMG’s MattContinue