WASHINGTON, D.C. — In a market crowded with established government contractors, newcomer Artlin Consulting has succeeded in teaming with partners to win a number of sole source contracts. The company has achieved profitability in its first twelve months in operation, announced founder and president, Robin A. Tomlin.

“I had a sense that there was room for a firm capable of delivering customized solutions quickly,” said Tomlin, a 30-year veteran of the government contracting industry. “We recognize the financial and time constraints facing our clients and we help them overcome obstacles to achieve their mission objectives within budget and on time.”

Artlin Consulting specializes in strategic planning, program management, business process re-engineering and supply chain management. Among the clients it represented in its first year were small boutique companies that provided services to the Department of Defense. Numbered among its successes was the development and deployment of an acquisition storage capability for the Office of the Secretary of Defense.

In 2009, Tomlin, a former senior executive with IBM and PricewaterhouseCoopers, was named one of eight Top Women Leaders by Consulting Magazine. Tomlin was recognized for her success in client relationship development, sales generation, account management and project delivery. In addition, she was nominated by American Express OPEN as a Woman Business Leader of 2012.

Tomlin is joined at Artlin by former Acquisition Specialist with the US Air Force Electronics Systems Command, Marilyn J. Maginniss; former Fellow at the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Acquisition Technology and Logistics, Hugh “Ren” Roome; and former Acquisition Policy Research Assistant and Associate Analyst, Courtney Wagner.

We’ve got a great team in place to build upon our successes over the past year,” said Tomlin. “Word-of-mouth about our customer service and our commitment to problem-solving is what we’re banking on to grow the business.”