IntegrityM has received SWaM Certification!

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SWaM LOGOIntegrity Management Services, Inc. (IntegrityM) is proud to announce we have received our SWaM Certification from the Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Minority Business Enterprise (DMBE).  The Small, Women-owned, and Minority-owned Business (SWaM) certification program is a state program of the Commonwealth of Virginia. The purpose is to enhance procurement opportunities for SWaM businesses participating in state-funded projects.  In 2006, Governor Tim Kaine set a 40% goal of purchases from SWaMs for the Commonwealth.

IntegrityM is a certified woman-owned small business and is ISO 9001:2015 certified.  In addition, IntegrityM is in the process of becoming CMMI-Services Level 3 certified. These certifications demonstrate our company’s commitment to excellence and best practices. Founded by the former Inspector General of Health and Human Services, Richard Kusserow, IntegrityM provides experience, expertise, and depth to government programs and businesses supporting those programs. Our experience is broadly applicable to industries and program areas where leveraging data for decision-making, quality assurance, and program integrity. IntegrityM core lines of business include data analyses, audits, evaluations, investigations, medical review, and outreach and education in support of our State and Federal sector/government clients. IntegrityM has over 10 years of experience identifying improper payments in Federal sector programs including developing and implementing sophisticated fraud detection models and data mining identifying program vulnerabilities and potential fraud.

For more information on the services IntegrityM provides, please feel free to reach out to Kimberly Hornik via email at khornik@integritym.com.

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