Investigation and legal review
Topsarge Business Solutions was awarded a contract modification for due diligence legal services for the Committee for Purchase from People Who Are Blind or Severely Disabled (The US AbilityOne Commission) on two respective investigations to consider awarding a cooperative agreement.
What is Due Diligence?
Due diligence is a process or effort to collect and analyze information before making a decision or conducting a transaction so a party is not held legally liable for any loss or damage. The term applies to many situations but most notably to business transactions. Our main role was to support the agency in making well-informed decisions and developing effective strategies to achieve their objectives. We work closely with our clients to understand their specific needs and challenges, and then leverage our expertise to offer comprehensive solutions.
Our Investigative Services
Our client asked us to conduct a legal review of two potential nonprofit agencies before they would be added as an authorized industry partner to manage a number of certified nonprofit companies. For these tasks TBS contracted attorney and our staff paralegal investigated and conducted a comprehensive review of two potential non profit agencies and prepared due diligence final reports for the client. The objective was to decide whether to accept or reject the nonprofit’s proposal. Through ourwork, one candidate firm was not accepted by the agency and deemed unacceptable, and the second was approved. The accepted agency is currently providing important job employment opportunities to the blind and disabled community.
Our managing partner served as Project Manager and technical consultant to deliver Policy Analysts to a Presidential Commission staff in the National Capital Region to deliver subject matter expertise. We assisted the The US AbilityOne Commission in developing programs, improving operations, and writing policy manuals directly supporting their primary mission. Our team delivered solutions to write policy, position papers, decision documents, develop programs, review due diligence and compliance reports and input to design vocational training programs.