COMPANY OVERVIEW

Hardy & Hartsell, LLC is a minority owned Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) that provides Strategic Planning, Public Health Emergency Response, and Data Management Solutions for Federal Civilian and Defense Agencies. We have over 20 years of experience helping health and defense agencies develop concept of operations, deploy assets and personnel in Hot Zones around the world, and deliver goods and services all over the globe.

Our company’s NAICS codes – 541611, 541511, 541330, 541512, 641110

Our Services

Strategic Planning
  • Organizational Needs Assessment
  • Roadmap Development
  • Market Outreach
  • Cost Benefit and Alternative Analysis
Public Health Emergency Response Planning
  • Crisis Management
  • Disaster Relief Planning
  • Asset and Personnel Deployment
  • Financial Impact Analysis
Database Management
  • Cloud Migration Strategy
  • Disaster Recovery Strategy
  • Records Management
  • Data Analytics
How to buy our Services
  • SDVOSB Sole Source
  • GSA Schedule 70 SIN 132-51 (Sub)
  • GSA OASIS Pool 1 (Sub)
  • CIO SP3 (Sub)
  • CIMS (Sub)

Founder’s Bio

Ret. SFC Amos L. Hardy
Chief Executive Office

Hardy & Hartsell, LLC was founded by Retired Sergeant First Class (Ret. SFC) Amos Hardy. Mr. Hardy retired from the US Army after over 20 years of service which included tours in “Operation Desert Storm/Shield” , two tours of duty at the DMZ in Korea, also served in various locations in Germany including the Berlin Wall, and a Tour in Bosnia, Herzegovina for operation “Deliberate Force”.

Agencies we serve

Why Hire Us?

  • Over 20 years of experience deploying assets and personnel to disaster zones around the US and the world.
  • Over 20 years of experience developing concept of operations and stakeholder management strategies for Federal Agencies.
  • Over 10 years of experience with database management and replications
  • Highly educated consultants with over 90% possessing advance degrees and industry certifications.

Our Partners

White Paper publications

Drones for Aid- A Study on effective use of Unmanned Aerial Systems for Disaster Relief Planning

Drones Infra-Red Camera Technology- A study on how to use drones to facilitate crop dusting

Cloud Computing- An acquisition strategy guide Cloud Migration Approach Best Practices Database Replication Pros and Cons