Panum Awarded a Contract to support USDA with Organizational Change Management

Bethesda, MD – October 3, 2021 – Panum Group, LLC (Panum)
announced it has been awarded a contract to assist USDA OCIO’s (Office of Chief Information Officer) Enterprise Network Services (ENS) with Organizational Change Management (OCM) to support the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) transition.

Panum’s team of proven Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) will implement an enterprise transformation strategy across ENS by providing advisory services and thought leadership to assist OCM with the transformation, institutionalizing processes, methodologies, and strategic goals, while working closely with government employees to help achieve the OCIO ENS mission.

As the ENS prepares for the USDA’s transition to the new Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions, Panum will help the ENS Office by providing innovative solutions that scale to meet future needs and improve operational outcomes. The goal is to help ENS transform the way government agencies purchase and manage their network services. This change involves a shift from being primarily a governance and backbone management organization to one responsible for the delivery of these services.

Panum’s Vice President, Mr. Syed Jaffery, said “Organization transformations can be notoriously challenging, and we’re honored to help the USDA OCIO’s ENS with a comprehensive and structured approach focused on agile transformation.”

About Panum Group, LLC

Panum Group provides Professional Services, Management Services, and Technology Services for more than 24 federal agencies. Panum’s unique expertise and innovative solutions address federal customers’ greatest business and mission challenges. For more information, please visit

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