PTI’s consulting services are highly versatile. Aside from providing Technology Assessments and Audits, PTI can also help review feasibility studies, analyze services or programs, advise on alternative approaches to current problems, or help prepare a business model or strategic plan.
With virtual and in-person options, PTI’s IT Assessments provide organizations with an outside, 10,000-foot perspective on how technology supports their needs and what gaps and blindspots are currently hindering or endangering them. From analyzing the current technology and solutions that are being leveraged to evaluating network health, security policies, and governance processes, PTI provides a comprehensive needs assessment and written findings report that addresses the following:
- IT Governance Review
- IT Policy Review
- Review Organizational Staffing
- Review all Out-Sourced Vendor Contracts
- Survey Overall Staff IT Requirements and Satisfaction
- Comprehensive Stakeholder Review
- Prepare Final Report with Recommendations
How would your organization react to a cyber attack? Knowing the answer to that question, and addressing challenges before an attack occurs, is essential. PTI’s tabletop cyber attack simulation provides a customized, real-world intrusion and allows users to test their response, resilience, and level of readiness. Working closely with leadership teams and organizational staff, PTI shines a light on blind spots and addresses threat areas proactively, helping eliminate the need to react at the moment if an attack occurs.
Flexible Consulting that Meets You Where You’re At
Alongside our IT and Tabletop Assessments, PTI’s consulting services are highly versatile. Parallel to our Technology Assessments and Audits, PTI can also help review feasibility studies, analyze services or programs, advise on alternative approaches to current problems, or help prepare a business model or strategic plan.
Depending on the level of service you require, PTI will:
- Summarize in writing highlights of on-site observations – to include strategies and recommendations.
- Start the process of getting buy-in from top management and possibly elected leaders.
- Review all IT-related policies and procedures.
- Evaluate staff competencies.
- Review equipment roadmap and strategies.
- Review budget-related issues.
- Review citizen-facing applications.
- Review all support functionality.
- Review interfaces – human and technology.
- Compare and contrast observed functionality of key applications and services against known best practices.
- Survey stakeholder perception of how well IT supports their respective missions.
- Recognize IT managerial and leadership excellence as observed.
- Improves key relationships among all staff and public managers.