Paradigm Knows Government Agencies Have a Unique Set of Challenges

Paradigm consultants have worked with city, state, and federal government entities on a large variety of projects. We have taken on a number of strategic planning and project management assignments for the US Army, worked on leadership development with the State of Florida, helped with strategic planning for the New Jersey's City of Plainfield and Township of Cranford, and been involved with a variety of projects for education boards across the country.

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Army Research Labs - Weapons & Materials Research Directorate

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania - Department of Transportation

Cranford New Jersey Board of Education

Cranford New Jersey, Township of

East Penn (PA) Board of Education

Florida Highway Patrol

Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Leesburg, VA, Town of

Linden (NJ) Board of Education

Millville (NJ) Board of Education

Monmouth Co NJ Vocational School District

Pitman (NJ) Board of Education

Plainfield, NJ, City of

Plumsted Township (NJ) Board of Education

Rough Rider Industries

St. Michael's Community Center (MD)

State of Florida House of Representatives

State of New Jersey Department of Transportation

US ARMY - Armaments Research & Development Engineering Center

US ARMY - PM Mortars


US NAVY - Naval Facilities Engineering Command

West New York, NJ Board of Education

Western Correctional Industries Association

"By doing things one step at a time, a seemingly insurmountable obstacle became an attainable dream."

Jim Howell
Chief Training Officer
Florida Highway Patrol

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