WASHINGTON, D.C. – Heartland Consulting has been awarded a new task order to support the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) under the Department of the Interior (DOI). Over the next four years, Heartland Consulting will provide comprehensive Records Management Support Services for BIA’s Division of Facilities, Management, and Construction (DFMC). This includes managing the electronic records filing system for construction and repair projects and ensuring compliance with federal information security standards.

Federal records management encompasses a broad range of activities and practices to ensure that federal records are properly created, managed, and preserved throughout their lifecycle. Heartland’s records management expertise will enhance DFMC’s compliance to ensure that records are managed efficiently and efficiently, supporting transparency and accountability in support of BIA’s mission to serve federally recognized tribes.

Heartland’s Chief Executive Officer, John English, stated, “We are honored to partner with the Bureau of Indian Affairs and contribute to their mission of serving American Indian and Alaska Native communities. This contract underscores our commitment to excellence in records management and information security. By streamlining and enhancing the BIA’s electronic records filing system, we aim to support the Division of Facilities, Management, and Construction in delivering impactful services that improve the quality of life and development opportunities for these communities.”

Heartland Consulting is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), Native American Owned Small Business, and Indian Small Business Economic Enterprise (ISBEE) that provides management consulting, administrative support, and support services to the U.S. Federal government, state and local governments, and commercial firms.