Partners / Affiliations

To create the most powerful client solutions we often leverage the skills and expertise of our strategic partners. Our partners complement our intellectual and technical expertise, which allows us to provide diverse and innovative solutions to our client's business challenges.
The following companies, not only join us in our commitment to quality, but are also dedicated to intellectual integrity in the development of client solutions:

 

Artisan
Analytix Data Services
Deloitte Consulting
SAIC

Hobo Tech Foundation
Knowledge Advantage Inc.
Tangible Technologies Inc.

BearingPoint, Inc.
IBM
MGI Solutions
Vangent

Additional Affiliations

Computer Ethics Institute
As an extension of our commitment to intellectual integrity, Barquin International has been involved in the support of intellectual discourse on issues of computer use and ethical behavior, cyberethics. As a supporting member of the Computer Ethics Institute, Barquin experts assist in the management of periodic Computer Ethics Summits and the moderation of an online discussion about computer ethics most of these took place in partnership with the Brookings Institution which served as venue.

Brookings Institution
We participated in several events in partnership with the Brookings Institution providing intellectual expertise and leadership for federal seminars and programs. Some of these are listed below:

  • Information Sharing: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
  • Balancing Individual Liberties and National Security
  • GeoGov: Embedding Geospatial Data in E-Gov

International Development and Finance
Our partnership with International Development and Finance, has expanded our consulting services to encompass Latin American IT development, procurement and management challenges. International Development and Finance are experts in designing, implementing and monitoring private sector reform services. During the 1990's, IDF assisted newly formed governments (previously communist countries) to build market economies, promote entrepreneurs and develop private sector entities. The World Bank, the InterAmerican Development Bank and the United Nations have been the principal clients of IDF.