Justin Blake is founder of the Operational Excellence & Design Management Group (OEDM Group) that launched in Washington, D.C.in 2018. It is a process reengineering firm that aids triple-letter government agencies and commercial organizations in optimizing enterprise processes to increase revenue, improve customer service, reduce costs, maintain higher employee retention and produce faster processing times. Clients include the Department of Defense, Department of Transportation, General Services Administration and Veteran’s Affairs.
Prior to the creation and full-time devotion to OEDM Group, Justin served as a strategic advisor for service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses within the defense industry. Advised and collaborated with a small team of consultants on strategic analysis for current and future business infrastructures.
For seven years, Justin taught contract financial management, civilian weapons training, futures and forex day trading and action officer correspondence management. In addition to being a subject matter expert in process reengineering, Justin creates automated solutions to relieve administrative hurdles for day-to-day operations for small businesses. Justin’s work ethics has been unparalleled, recognized for creating strategic roadmaps to support organizations in their pursuit to achieve best-in-class capability.
Specializing in applying his expertise and market knowledge, Justin’s keen assessment implements a driven value to exceed his client’s investment desire and goals towards successful outcomes. In addition, as a founding partner for a multi-criteria decision-making firm, JIANT Systems, the firm supports senior government officials through robust intelligence gathering to drive expedient and accurate decision making for military operations worldwide.
Justin received his Bachelors in Manufacturing Systems & Technology from North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University graduating with summa cum laude honors. Affiliated organizations included member of the Student Government Association, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Incorporated and actively volunteers for social community engagements (Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, United Way, March of Dimes and DC Public School Board).