Founded in 1980, Ardelle is a Small Veteran-Owned business providing Consulting and Support Services for government agencies and contractors throughout the United States for over 30 years. Ardelle Associates has eleven contract vehicles and solid experience across five major groups of professional and administrative labor categories.

Creating Efficiencies and Delivering Results

Quality People—The success of any organization depends on the quality and knowledge of its people.  With over 30 years experience in recruiting and retaining professionals, Ardelle employs only the highest quality people. 

Customer Service—Ardelle takes the time to understand and listen to clients.  Understanding client requirements translates into increased efficiency and delivering the right solution. 

Quality Assurance—Ardelle’s Total Quality Assurance Program was developed to continually monitor and measure our increased client efficiency.

Experienced Program Management—Our program management team has over 40 years combined experience delivering quality services.

Excellent Past Performances—In our over 30 years of business we have received excellent past performances and work in contracts in 22 states

Retention Rate—Ardelle’s retention rate is above industry averages due to its Special Retention Program (SRP)

Performance Based Consulting (PBM)—Ardelle is an innovator and at the cutting edge of performance-based staffing-something new to our industry, even though the performance-based management  concept has been around for many years.  Our vision of PBM has evolved from 30 years of experience with a history of success demonstrated by our past performance.
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Performance-Based Management

Performance-Based Management is one the most important parts to the Ardelle Team’s Quality Control Program, which is documented in our QASP. The success of Performance-Based Management (PBM) can be allusive when applied to support services. No tangible product is necessarily created and some problems in support service do not necessarily need solving; therefore, the measurement criteria of a PBM is hard to define. We have developed and implemented a performance-based management system that is:

Measurable—You can only improve what you measure

Clear and Concise—You must keep it simple for it to work

Able to Define Success—Incentives are tied to well-defined measures of success

Flexible—“One size does not fit all” – Must be able to change as requirements change

Buy-In—From all stakeholders, including the people who do the work Able to Deliver Success