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Health & Human Capital

Health and Human Capital


We help our clients harness the power of information technology to expand access; improve efficiency and accountability; and elevate the quality of publicly and privately financed health care across America. We specialize in health program support, program development, implementation, assessment, data collection, statistical analysis, Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA) support, and reporting to Congress. All of our health services are grounded in strong technical expertise, rigorous organization, and a profound commitment to addressing your challenges.

Partnering Benefits

  • Access to set-aside (up to $22M without justification) and unique IDIQ opportunities as prime or subcontractor
  • Develop long-term, mutually advantageous partnerships 
  • A variety of proven solutions and contracting expertise through collaboration with sister companies
  • Competitive rates for a wide range of job classifications from high-end SMEs to entry-level administrative assistants
  • Proactive hiring and resource acquisition and outstanding retention, assuring availability of the best expertise
  • Reach back to corporate entity for back office functions, combining the solidity of a large company with the flexibility of a small business

Health Program Services

Health and Human Capital Division employs key staff members from both the public and private sector who have vast expertise and documented success in the health arena. With a depth of knowledge and experience from which to draw, HHC also has the capacity to address, design, manage, measure and implement viable solutions for an array of issues and needs in the ever-expanding field of health care.

Human Capital Services

Health and Human Capital Division has extensive experience assisting government agencies with human capital issues. From workforce planning through performance management, HHC has evaluated, designed, developed and managed programs to address a broad array of HR needs and analyses.

Health IT Services

Health and Human Capital Division has assembled an elite team of experienced and proven Health IT professionals who are familiar with today’s IT challenges. HHC's IT Services Team stands ready to help your agency or department address your needs in a cost-effective, innovative and comprehensive manner.

Management Consulting Services

Health and Human Capital Division leverages a deep understanding of current information technologies, years of experience in the federal marketplace, and best practices to solve the most complex and vital management problems. HHC has helped clients define optimal market positioning and developed the business strategies required to achieve them.

Specifically, HHC works with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Their mission is to promote the health and quality of life of people by preventing and controlling disease, injury and disability; and to protect Americans both domestic and abroad, by shielding them from health threats via international prevention, detection and response networks. CNI supported this mission by providing coordination, planning, and logistical support for the 14 day Center for the 2018 Center for Global Health (CGH) Annual Meeting; allowing over 1300 CDC global and U.S. based staff to engage, focus, and innovate, and make a strong impact in saving lives around the world.

CNI utilized a structured process for event planning to optimize the overall quality of this meeting, benefiting our customers and event attendees by securing conference and training site; providing logistics and registration support; procuring equipment, A/V, and printed materials; coordinating lodging logistics; and developing a technical solution for efficient online registration and reporting. This event support continues CNI’s history of engagement with CDC experts in science, epidemiology, surveillance, informatics, technology and laboratory systems that has proven essential to providing strong global health leadership.


Division Contact

Eduardo Marques
President, Health and Human Capital Division

A seasoned leader in both industry and Federal Government, J. Eduardo Marques has more than 20 years of experience in the areas of corporate administration, business development, and program/project management. He was a co-founder of a successful small business, A+ Government Solutions.  He led the integration of A+ into a wholly owned subsidiary of Chickasaw Nation Industries (CNI).  Eduardo served for five years as an IT Project Manager in the Office of the Secretary at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).

Ann T. Speyer
President of Health and Technology Solutions

A seasoned leader, change agent and valued business partner, Ann Speyer has more than 35 years of experience in both industry and Federal Government.  She served for nearly 10 years in the Senior Executive Service (SES) for both the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Smithsonian Institution as Chief Information Officer (CIO). Prior to her Federal service, Ann held positions leading program management and consulting services with PeopleSoft, Gelco, Andersen Consulting, and KPMG Peat Marwick.

Takisha L Schulterbrandt
Executive Vice President

Chickasaw Nation Industries (CNI) has named Takisha Schulterbrandt, Executive Vice President of CNI’s Civil Sector, the company’s federal health and IT segment supporting customers across HHS and other federal civilian departments and operating divisions.  Dr. Schulterbrandt is a healthcare, business strategy, and information technology (IT) executive with 15+ years’ experience supporting federal clients including HHS, CMS and FDA. She has a history of success in Federal Healthcare business development, strategic planning, operations and delivery including P&L, staff development and business process transformation.

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