20 Years Of Growth and Innovative Workforce Solutions
TDB was founded in Lenexa, Kansas in 1999 by Terry D. Bryan and Laird Simons, both successful telecommunications executives.
The new business quickly began to garner awards for its rapid growth and exceptional service to the telecommunications industry. Over the course of its first decade, TDB received a number of awards and recognitions.
In 2005, TDB transitioned from a telecommunications services provider to a workforce solution provider focused on the federal government. By August of that same year, TDB had received the first of four GSA supply schedules.
Terry D. Bryan
Currently, TDB provides workforce solutions to over 70 federal agencies in more than 25 states including the Departments of Veterans Affairs, Defense, Interior, Homeland Security, Commerce and State.
We are recognized not only for the exceptional staffing and professional services we provide, but also for utilizing cutting-edge technology to improve the TDB client and employee experiences. In 2012, we implemented SilkRoad’s state-of-the-art employee recruiting and on-boarding solution to manage our staffing processes, dramatically increasing our overall effectiveness and efficiency.
TDB has become a leader among government workforce solutions providers. TDB was recognized by U.S. Veterans Magazine as a “Best of the Best” Top Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Businesses in both 2014 and 2015.
Co-founders Terry Bryan and Laird Simons retired at the end of 2017, with Bryan conveying his majority ownership interest and Chairman and CEO duties to Thomas A. Duckenfield III, Esq., an experienced executive, attorney, and proud U.S. Army veteran.
Following his acquisition of TDB, Duckenfield, a Washington, DC native and resident, transferred the company's headquarters to the Nation's Capital. Now in its third decade of service, TDB looks forward to continuing to provide innovative workforce solutions to our government clients. Contact us today for more information about how TDB can partner with your agency.