We Live Your Mission
Commitment. Innovation. Experience.
Our combination of government experience, knowledge of complex global supply chains, foreign due diligence expertise, and purpose-built AI enables solutions at scale. We provide more than data to assist in acquisitions and counterintelligence - our team of top law enforcement and security veterans deliver high-value insights with unmatched depth of understanding from experience on the frontlines.
Research, analyze & make decisions at speed & scale without missing material risk. DDIQ illuminates affiliated entities & people, enabling comprehensive & continuous analysis in a fraction of the time & cost
There is no better exemplar of ‘mission critical’ than our collective response to the COVID-19 crisis. Specifically, to ensure appropriate medical equipment and supplies are available and efficiently distributed where they are needed most—and in time to save lives. To help mitigate the risk of high vulnerability to fraud, abuse, and adversarial exploitation, supply chain illumination must be conducted to holistically screen and vet the vendors and underlying supplier networks, ensuring these medical suppliers are reputable, financially secure, operationally reliable, not susceptible to undue corrupt influence, and will not introduce unacceptable risk or in any way compromise the fight against COVID-19.
Delivering this kind of supply chain risk management solution is a privilege when it matters more than ever—making the world a better and safer place to do business during a most critical time of need with life saving impact.
Supply Chain Risk Management Software and Supply Chain Risk Management Services
How DDIQ's Award-Winning AI is Illuminating Supply Chain Risk
SCRM in Industrial Health (Supply Chain Risk Management Company Case Study)
Adversarial Finance in Supply Chains (Case Study)
We are a unique partner, combining mission-ready technology with cutting-edge innovative development. Exiger has demonstrated performance across the Federal Government, been battle-tested in response to the COVID-19 crisis, and proven our scalable operational capacity delivering some of the largest corporate monitorships and global risk projects in history.
SUPPLY CHAIN RISK MANAGEMENT (SCRM)
Supply chain risk management is not tackled by mitigating a single threat vector, nor is it stagnant; it is a multi-faceted and dynamic landscape of risks and opportunities that must be consistently assessed and constantly updated to reflect the ever-changing geopolitical landscape.
Automated assessment of companies or persons along five primary risk indicators:
Clients managing complex investigations and disputes need intelligence to inform their decisions. Whether the issues relate to internal fraud, regulation, business conflicts, or competitive commercial matters, Exiger provides clients with the experience and technical skills necessary to tackle in-depth, complex, business-critical issues.
Exiger’s due diligence solutions were developed to help clients comply with regulatory requirements in uniquely cost-effective, timely, consistent and auditable ways. As regulatory pressure to know more about customers, agents, third parties and other business relationships continues to increase, Exiger is ushering in a new era of sustainable due diligence practices.
Exiger’s compliance and risk analytics solutions combine cognitive computing with deep domain and systems expertise to help companies make sense of their most complex financial crime, cyber risk and investigative issues. Exiger’s suite of technology-enabled solutions pair the repeatability and efficiency of technology with human insight to extract meaning from digital data.
When courts and government agencies look for corporate oversight — such as a monitor, skilled person, receiver, trustee, or independent consultant — they seek integrity, experience, independence, and credibility. Exiger’s professionals have proven over decades that they have these crucial qualifications.
PERSONNEL VETTING &
COMPANY DUE DILIGENCE &
Carrie joined Exiger from the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), the Deputy Director of the DCSA. In this role, she led the U.S. Government’s largest security organization, comprised of 14,000 counterintelligence and security professionals. While there, she led the National Background Investigations Bureau’s merger and the Defense Security Service, as well as multiple other organizations, to create the DCSA. Carrie’s remit included leading the transformation of security clearance/personnel vetting to a risk-based continuous vetting model, with over 1.4 million federal and contractor employees enrolled.
Before this, Carrie was the Director, Counterintelligence, Law Enforcement & Security, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence, DoD. In this role, she served as the principal staff assistant to the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence for all matters relating to DoD-wide counterintelligence, security, law enforcement, and counter-insider threat. She also served as the Director, Security Policy & Oversight, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence.
Carrie also served as the Director, Performance Accountability Council, Program Management Office, Office of Management and Budget at the Executive Office of the President. This role saw her selected by the Deputy Director of the OMB to establish the interagency PAC PMO to implement recommendations in the 120 Day Presidential Review of Suitability and Security Processes Report, following the Washington Navy Yard shooting. In doing so, she established a detailed counter-insider threat and security clearance reform cross-agency priority implementation plan. Previously, Carrie served in other roles within the U.S. Government, including as Business Unit Support Manager, ODNI Joint Security and Sustainability Clearance Reform Team at the Special Security Directorate.
Before her U.S. Government career, Carrie worked in various research and policy functions at Scitor Corporation. Before working in corporate or government roles, Carrie started her career in the U.S. armed forces. She served in various units and roles, ultimately rising to the rank of Company Commander. Her military experience culminated in Carrie serving as an S-2 Intelligence Officer in the Protective Services Group, where she managed Top Secret/SCI security clearances for Federal Law Enforcement Agents.
Adam joined Exiger from Convergent Solutions where he was the Chief Executive Officer. Joining Exiger via the acquisition of Convergent, Adam led the company’s overall direction, demonstrating rapid growth and leading it through the acquisition by Exiger.
Before this, Adam was the Vice President of the Personnel Vetting & Security business unit at GDIT. While there, he served as the General Manager for the business unit that focused on screening, vetting and background investigations across a diverse customer set, including DOD, DHS, the IC and OPM.
Adam also worked at Haystax Technology, where as the Director, Predictive Analytics, he focused on developing innovative solutions in the arena of Continuous Evaluation and Insider Threat.
Prior to Haystax, Adam was the Vice President of Government Solutions at Social Intelligence Corp. Adam launched the federal business of Social Intelligence and ran it until its acquisition to Omniplex World Services in 2016. In this role, he worked with various government organizations to understand exactly how social media could play a role in the security clearance and background investigative process and was responsible for all program operations, strategy, client management and business development. He developed the first social media security clearance product and implemented the first Social Media Continuous Evaluation program within the U.S. Government.
Prior to Social Intelligence, Adam served as a Managing Director of the Clearance & Inspection Services Business Unit at KeyPoint Government Solutions, Inc. In his role, he designed a new suite of services to supplement KeyPoint’s offerings for their U.S. government customers. Prior to KeyPoint, he was with USIS, where he served for 10 years in their Investigative Services Division. He served as a Program Director and ran USIS' intelligence community programs within the investigative division. His problem-solving techniques led to the adoption of multiple innovative strategies that his U.S. government clients were able to implement. He oversaw the consistent addition of technological improvements into the security clearance process, helping to increase the timeliness of federal background investigations. Adam also helped stand up an organization’s background investigative program from scratch after the organization received delegated authority to perform the investigative function. In addition, he held numerous roles in investigative field management and in 2007, received the CEO Award for outstanding achievement, handed out to the company's top leaders.
Jon joined Exiger from Information Systems Networks Corporation, where he was the Vice President of Corporate Development. In this role, Jon was Business line Leader responsible for the growth and operations of the Investigations Business Unit. During Jon’s tenure leading the business, the company was awarded in excess $100M in investigations contracts. In this role, Jon helped establish the company as a leading provider of investigations services to the US Federal Government. Jon was instrumental in developing the company’s capabilities with industry leading approach to performance around quality, integrity, innovation, and productivity.
Before this, Jon held executive roles as a Profit & Loss Business Leader, Business Development Vice President, and Corporate Development and Strategy Vice President. Jon was previously the Vice President of Business Development and Strategy at USIS. While there, he was responsible for the strategy, growth plans, and M&A activities for the largest business unit in the company. Jon also worked at Labat-Anderson where was a Vice President of Information Management with full P&L responsibility for a Business unit in excess $50M in revenues.
Previously, Jon has been a business leader at several technology-enabled leading providers of Security, Compliance, and Intelligence services. Jon has extensive experience with the development and delivery of large scale transformational programs and enterprise-level solutions. Jon has led globally distributed organizations in excess of 1,000 employees. He has successfully led the business development capture and operational execution of numerous $100M+ engagements.
Jon’s process-oriented, innovative, and collaborative approach to client engagement has proven to be successful in achieving high quality client retention and satisfaction. Previously, Jon’s portfolio of clients across the public sector and healthcare space included Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, numerous Federal Civilian agencies, Health & Human Services, and Intelligence Community clients.