Jones Tallent: Merlin Eyes Opportunities in Commercial, Gov’t Healthcare Sector

Jones Tallent

TYSONS CORNER, VA, July 27, 2017 — Jones Tallent, chief financial officer of Merlin International, has said the company is building on its work in the federal marketplace, particularly in the government healthcare sector, where it provides cybersecurity and information technology products and services.

He told ExecutiveBiz in an interview published Wednesday that healthcare in the federal government presents a “billion-dollar marketplace” amid some challenges associated with processes and changing leadership.

“The goal of the government contracting world should be to provide goods and services to the federal government in the most convenient, cheapest, effective manner,” Tallent said.

“[When] you are contracting for the government, you are doing something that theoretically should be helping your fellow citizens, which is something that companies take a lot of pride in.”

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