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Federal Travel Management

KesselRun Consulting is a GSA Federal Supply Schedule Contract holder (GS-33F0025W) and a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) that prides itself on providing high quality solutions for Government Clients and Federal Prime Vendors while streamlining and simplifying orders.

KesselRun’s Federal Client Services team is dedicated exclusively to those working for or on behalf of our local, state, and federal governments. We recognize that you have specific needs and requirements. Our team of experienced professionals is committed to providing you with professional management and technical consulting services in support of the E-Gov Travel Service 2.0 (ETS2). Our commitment to providing best in class support includes competitive pricing, rapid response and outstanding service.

Our consultants leverage years of Commercial and Government travel management experience to provide industry best practices in support of improving customer service and simplifying the Federal travel process. We set as our goals: consolidated data and travel processes; improving Government-wide security compliance; minimizing capital improvement and operational/maintenance costs. We focus on consolidating data that is both accurate and actionable to facilitate the Government to strategically source its travel suppliers resulting in an integrated, customer-centric end to end travel environment.

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Some of our Federal Client Services include:

  • Cost Containment Initiatives
  • Financial Modeling
  • Business Case Analysis
  • Gap Analysis
  • Adoption Consulting
  • Benchmarking and Optimization
  • Data Analysis
  • Knowledge Management
  • Scorecard Reporting

GSA contact holder
GSA Schedule
599-1 GS-33F-0025W

Federal agencies and contractors requiring further information on pricing and services may contact Michael Brennan, Managing Partner,
at (770) 640-9100 ext 10

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Contact us to learn how KesselRun’s corporate travel consulting services can help your organization.


Why KesselRun

KesselRun brings deep experience to every aspect of your corporate travel program. After 20 years in business, we still believe that every consulting engagement is as unique as our client’s business.

20+ Years in Business
Custom Solutions
Industry Experts
Excellent Client References

Executive Team

Our Executive Team has decades of experience across the entire corporate travel supply chain. We come from both Big 5 management consulting firms and from corporate travel supplier and client sides of the business. We provide flexible, thoughtful, and independent solutions. Our goal is always to increase traveler satisfaction while optimizing corporate spend and supplier leverage.

Brandon Strauss

Brandon Strauss


Michael Brennan

Michael Brennan


Krissy Herman | KesselRun

Krissy Herman

Vice President of Program Management

erik woodfolk

Erik Woodfolk

Director of Federal Programs and Services


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