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Since our inception in 2002, Performance-based Solutions, Inc. – PbSi has demonstrated a commitment to providing superior services and solutions for our customers. In response to government and industry’s emphasis on performance-based contracting and performance metrics, we utilize proven innovative processes and procedures to accomplish increasingly complex evolving requirements associated with asset accountability, information technology, training, and program management through the use of contracting vehicles and strategic teaming relationships.  Our customers include government agencies and corporations tasked with maintaining and managing our nation’s energy resources, commerce, national defense and homeland security.

PbSi is a SBA Certified EDWOSB professional services provider. Following a strategic growth business model, we have continuously evolved as a competitive government  contractor with the capability to deliver comprehensive solutions, deploy superior people and maintain high customer satisfaction.

We look forward to working with you. Please visit our Contact page to reach us. If you have a mission requirement or an interest in our services,

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