Washington D.C. – Heartland Consulting will provide program support services to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), and the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in the state of Wisconsin. Valued at $10 Million, this will be Heartland Consulting’s fourth USDA NRCS contract, with the other states supported being North Dakota, Virginia and Florida.
Heartland is eager to begin assisting the USDA and NRCS with their commitment to “helping people help the land” and to deliver upon their mission “to provide America’s farmers and ranchers with financial and technical assistance.” The Heartland team will do this by managing Farm Bill initiatives, human resource management, property and procurement, and financial management. This work will in turn promote the conservation of the environment and agricultural operations throughout the state of Wisconsin.
“Heartland’s vast experience performing on a multitude of USDA contracts enables us to swiftly and efficiently fulfill the needs of the USDA and NRCS at a level of excellence that USDA demands,” said Heartland Consulting Chief Executive Officer, John English. “We understand the mission that NRCS provides to America’s rural community. Heartland is extremely proud to be a part of making rural America environmentally sustainable.”
Heartland Consulting is a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned-Small Business (SDVOSB) that provides management consulting, information technology, financial management, and administrative support services to the government and commercial clients. Heartland offers expertise in program management, strategic consulting, technology services, financial and auditing support services, critical infrastructure, and security support services. Our team has worked with a variety of federal government agencies and private sector clients.