Licensing & Regulation
Preemptively Improve Accuracy and Efficiency
Today, regulatory and licensing agencies are on the front lines of nearly every controversial new technology and are being called upon for answers. Headline-grabbing challenges and transformations like data breaches, the gig economy, and the internet of things (IoT) all demand balanced solutions—and experienced partners.
Outcomes at Work
Improve Safety Through Government Transparency
Citizens often learn about lapses in enforcement too late. Overdue or deceitful investigations can result in substantial dangers to the public in limited food supply, the safety of assisted living centers, and or the integrity of bridges. In the past, the tools that provided visibility into regulatory enforcement were cumbersome and poorly designed. With Knowledge Services' expertly engineered technology, licensing and regulatory agencies can have unparalleled insight into the performance of inspectors and contractors. Through location (GPS) and service validation, management now have the ability to know the time, location, and results of inspections as they are completed.
Stay Nimble With Greater Access to Data
The speed at which new technologies enter the marketplace present regulators with new challenges they must swiftly address. Do you risk regulating to early and stifling innovation? Or risk waiting too long and disrupting consumption? The key to making nimble decisions is having access to the right information. Knowledge Services’ solutions are designed to provide government partners with digital-first data collection for investigators and regulators in the field, thus improving the speed and accuracy of your data. By understanding how regulation is affecting the marketplace, regulators can act in a more agile fashion to protect the public and promote economic growth.
Reduce Backlogs With Efficient Tools
When workforce cutbacks occur, licensing and regulatory agencies are directly impacted in the way they conduct inspections. With fewer inspectors and more regulations, critical inspections are often postponed. In order to protect the public, agencies needs the tools that enable inspectors to better leverage their limited resources.. At Knowledge Services, our focus is on developing and deploying efficient solutions to help diligent public servants. Our technology solution drastically reduces the time inspectors spend on things like duplicate entry, drive time, research, and administrative tasks. By reducing time spent off-mission, Knowledge Services empowers your team to reduce the backlog of inspections and improve public safety.
Attract the Best Talent for Big Gains
Engaging talent that has the skills and objectivity to conduct investigations or support regulatory actions is difficult in an era of pay freezes and benefit reductions. That, combined with cross-generation workers, licensing and regulation agencies face a steep challenge that requires a partner who understands the complexities of regulatory environments and how to attract specific talent. Knowledge Services has delivered contract, on-demand, seasonal, intern, and full-time resources in support of regulatory agencies since 2007.
At Knowledge Services, we are proven experts in delivering comprehensive Managed Service Provider (MSP) solutions to government entities in order to address specific and current challenges they face. Knowledge Services’ MSP programs automate the contingent labor process to improve compliance standardization, transparency, and reporting.
Mobile Case Management
Knowledge Services' Mobile Case Management solution is specifically designed to empower you in the field so you can maximize your time and access information on-the-go. Get the information when you need it so you can focus less on administrative work and more on serving others.
Mobile Workforce Technology
Increase the value of your case management system with Knowledge Services' Mobile Workforce Technology solution. Not only does our technology complement case management systems by allowing information to easily transmit back and forth, but it also increases field worker satisfaction and provides additional value to leadership.
Our Client's Success
Knowledge Services has had the pleasure of improving workforce management in agencies, organizations, and state and local governments of all sizes.
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Cooperative contracts allow for government entities to benefit from existing arrangements – without going through the trouble of executing an RFP.
The State of Connecticut was the lead state partnered with NASPO ValuePoint, receiving input from five other states, including Indiana, Nebraska, Connecticut, Delaware, and New Jersey. The goal of this procurement was to award providers who have state government experience managing the information technology temporary workforce.
Knowledge Services was awarded a contract with the State of Indiana after the State released an RFP that sought to procure Managed Service Provider (MSP) services through a contractor utilizing a Vendor Management System (VMS) to automate statewide procurement of contingent labor.
Knowledge Services was awarded a contract with the State of Arizona to serve as the managed service provider (MSP) for IT professional services through a vendor management system (VMS). This contract is utilized by a variety of cooperatives such as quasi-agencies, cities/municipalities, and universities and can be configured accordingly depending on the needs of each cooperative.
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