TDC’s business expertise spans a range of industries, solutions and geographies with core capabilities in the areas of technology management consulting, public safety & homeland security, IT project management, and systems integration. Since its inception in 1995, TDC has worked consistently in all practice areas for numerous clients including local, state and federal government, Department of Defense and the private sector. The National Capital Region government agencies depend on TDC for their success.
We believe that each client is unique, and that each client’s conception of value will change over time. New conditions will prevail, new priorities will emerge and new technologies will become affordable. Sustaining value, once it is created, is key.
To do that, TDC delivers the best business practices that define our approach specifically designed with your business in mind. At TDC we build flexibility right into our solutions. a TDC solution spans not just hardware and software, but all the elements of our clients business, all the complex facets of providing service—from contract terms to risk analysis, knowledge management to security services.
So it’s not just what TDC does for you that deliver results. It’s also how, when and where we do it.
Consulting services bring you the best practices, technologies and business models that can help you stay ahead in a changing economy and marketplace.
When it comes to large-scale, complex and mission-critical systems integration tasks, TDC has earned the trust of some of the most demanding clients.
TDC’s results-driven solutions help you manage complexity, concentrate on your core business, collaborate with your partners and clients, and above all, improve your operations.
Our mission is to help clients achieve their strategic goals and profit from the use of information technology. We take pride in our work and believe our first responsibility is to our clients and the unique needs of their organizations. In meeting those needs, we constantly strive to deliver the best services possible.
Local Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (LSDBE) Government of the District of Columbia
Local Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (LDBE) Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority
Maryland Department of Transportation/Minority Business Enterprise (MBE)
District of Columbia Minority Supplier Development Council
Certificate of Authority in New York State
Virginia Minority Business Enterprise (VA MBE)-Pending
City of Atlanta Minority Business Enterprise (ATL MBE)-Pending
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (WMATA DBE)
North Carolina Historically Underutilized Business (HUB)