Shawne Carroll

Principal Consultant
The best client outcomes happen when the objectives are met, and all applicable procurement laws and regulations have been followed.
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The best client outcomes happen when the objectives are met, and all applicable procurement laws and regulations have been followed.

As a principal consultant in Aronson’s Government Contract Services Group, Shawne Carroll provides expert advice to companies seeking to acquire or manage their GSA Schedule contracts. For over 20 years, Shawne has prepared, modified, and provided ongoing contract management, administration, and compliance support.

Shawne actively monitors and disseminates changes in federal procurement policy, and informs her clients on changes to reporting requirements and GSA systems updates. She uses her extensive knowledge to help guide her wide-range of clients, including professional engineering, information technology, and management consulting service businesses, with their GSA Schedule contracting efforts. Shawne’s experience in negotiating and managing multi-million dollar government contracts makes her well equipped to provide solutions to businesses across a myriad of industries and sizes.

Prior to Aronson, Shawne had a successful career at two GSA contract consulting firms where she served as a consultant manager for a large set of client. Since then, she has acquired a diverse portfolio of government contract support experience with a variety of organizations, ranging from small, emerging companies to multinational corporations.

Education

  • Hampton University: Bachelors
  • Northern Virginia Community College: Acquisition and Procurement Certificate
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