Experience By Region


DomesticFor more than fifteen years, Parker & Associates has worked with domestic clients—both government and quasi-government organizations—to provide financial advice, systems analysis and personnel. We have expertise in all facets of governmental operations. Geographically, we have provided financial services across the nation, including the US territories. Our current and former domestic clients include, but are not limited to:

• Adams National Bank
• American Federation of Government Employees Local 2532
• District of Columbia Public Defender Service
• Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
• James Madison Foundation
• Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority
• Military Sealift Command
• National Capitol Bank
• Office of Comptroller of the Currency
• Office of Thrift Supervision
• Sequoia National Bank
• US Commission on Civil Rights
• US Department of Health and Human Services
• US Department of Housing and Urban Development
• US Department of Transportation
• US Department of Veteran Affairs
• US General Services Administration
• US Small Business Administration-SBIC Program
• US Social Security Administration

Middle East

DomesticIn Iraq, conducted audits of several contractor projects in a number of industry sectors. (U.S. Trade and Development Agency.

Southeast Asia

DomesticIn Thailand, conducted a financial and performance audit for a training grant. (U.S. Trade and Development Agency).

In Vietnam, conducted a financial and performance audit for a marine transportation project. (U.S. Trade and Development Agency).


DomesticIn the Ukraine, Croatia, Romania and Slovakia, conducted financial and performance audits in the sectors of information technology, mining and social insurance. (U.S. Trade and Development Agency).

In Albania and Armenia, provided assistance to their respective central banks as part of two contract vehicles: Banking Supervision in Countries of Central and Eastern Europe and Newly Independent States and Armenia Bank Supervision-Phase II. We advised the central banks regarding their supervision activities, including informal training of unit staff in market risk, liquidity (with emphasis on reasonable and acceptable international standard rations), significant risk, and interest rate risk. Our guidance was also instrumental in developing off-site monitoring and tracking programs that helped increase bank efficiency and transparency. (USAID/Bearing Point).


DomesticIn Uganda, provided financial management services to help implement the strategic development framework of the World Bank Structural Adjustment and IMF Support Programs. (UNDP).

In Morocco, conducted a financial and performance audit for a telecommunications project. (U.S. Trade and Development Agency).

In Nigeria, implemented an effective capacity building program for the Office of the Accountant General and Auditor General’s Office in the ministry of finance. (USAID/DPK Consulting).

South America

DomesticIn Brazil, conducted a financial and performance audit for an energy project. (U.S. Trade and Development Agency).