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Xentity is headquartered in Metro Denver serving clients nationwide.

14143 Denver West Pkwy Suite 100  Golden, CO 80401

Mailing Address:  PO Box 17887 Golden, CO 80402

p: 303-376-6217 – Sales
p: 303-376-6216 – Other
f: 1.303.376.6219

More Background

Vision Statement: By providing end to end data consulting and support services, we put the “I” back into IT.

Our Mission Is To Help Data Programs And Enterprises Become More Effective And/Or Efficient Through Helping Adapt Disruptive Innovations That Are Impacting Their Complex Information Life Cycle Challenges

Our Values

Unbiased designs, concepts, and plans are a major goal. Our designs, architectures, management plans, and creative concepts can be implemented by Xentity or used as base requirements and inputs for RFPs for others to bid on.

We focus our expertise on re-usable and adaptable concepts without leanings to specific vendor products, services, or technologies. As independent analysts and designers, we provide the best design recommendations without bias.

We support our clients in making designs that consider the needed scope, reasonable transition based on their investment plan and mission needs, analyze what can be re-used, and help the architecture vet into acquisition language, which allows implementers to respond with their best proposal knowing the success criteria is built in and the design is pragmatically considered.

We vet our staff talent and subject matter experts beyond technical capabilities. We look for leadership qualities, passion, accountability, leadership in vision, and capability to work within team environments looking beyond themselves.

Corporate Biography

“From Whence We Came”

Xentity started more on passion, than reason. We started immediately after Sept. 11, 2001 to get people flying again. Though ironically, we knew business planning – in the 1990s, our founder interned at a Business Planning Software Product firm; yet, there was not a solid business plan. We did not even have the official name for a year  and did not even know if the experiment would work until 2004 when the LLC got setup. (BTW: Why the name “xentity”?)

Now we are in our 15th year of business, passing our 100th client program delivered, supporting work in over 10 states and 4 countries, and a myriad of other accomplishments.

That all said, it has been our passion for successful change initiatives for data and enterprise information programs that has driven us since day one. From bootstrap, garage operations to a true, trusted leader into a data consulting and support services.

2001 – We started right after Sept. 11, 2001 to get people flying again – First contract Chief Architect/CIO at high-growth internet travel agency

2002 – Xentity is named (LLC in 2004). For Travel Agency, redesigned entire ecommerce sales force automation, travel booking, and marketing team tracking

2003 – First large commercial Sector client – Echostar – Dish Network performing Data Integration, Workflow, Analytics which created an integrated marketing campaign tracking with product purchasing workflow increasing transaction visibility. Also, First large public sector client – Department of the Interior Enterprise Architecture.

2004 – Implemented simple interface and web analysis reporting for EA program becoming repeated model for multiple Federal Departments. At EA Conference, receive with DOI EA team EGov Institute ‘Excellence in Enterprise Architecture’ Award

2005 – Led effort to transform traditional CIO compliance governance into actionable, program and policy impacting effective management capabilities. Performed Training, information sharing, and EA task support with other 20 agencies on approaches, methods, and designs

2006 – Methodology for Business Transformation (MBT) released and later over 15 blueprints developed. The release of MBT has helped EA change from IT state cataloging to integrating multiple design and management methods. Also, First Video produced through new Media Production capability.

2007 –  Began supporting solution architecture for Geospatial Services Blueprint at USGS. Prototyped an open source BI platform integrating CPIC, EA, Security, workforce, performance, and PMO


2008 – DOI and OMB lift core parts of MBT as new Federal-wide method Federal Segment Architecture Methodology (FSAM). Video work replacing “death by powerpoint” and lowering travel needs progresses as high-gloss short videos become standard for mini-product storytelling for major data program.

2009 – Supported re-launch of solutions, Indonesia NSDI efforts, and first government video produced. Strong focus on exposing free geospatial data to masses reducing costs of gov’t. Also, First International Efforts for NSDI programs.

2010 – Received SBA 8(a) status. Won first prime contracts within a month.

2011 – Support GSA architecture for exposing public domain Federal data and migrating cross-presidential intiatives. Initial vision efforts as well for Federal Geospatial Platform intiatives.


2012 – Receive GSA Schedule. International work increases to Canada, and Australia. Began the support of a Federal-wide effort to transform massive cross-agency satellite portfolio management. Staff completed re-scanning of near half-million of up to century old paper-products into digital re-usable products

2013 – Increased Subcontract partnerships and active partner on contracts such as CIO-SP3 (PPC) and DOI Cloud Services (FCHS) (IBM), ITS-BISS (SRA), TSSC (SGT), and more with Phase One Consulting Group.

2014 – Best Year yet supporting work in USGS, DOI, EPA, VA, NOAA, State of Colorado, Navy, GSA, CDC, and multiple commercial clients. Executed pioneering first-statewide challenge effort to stimulate economic development based on opendata for the State of Colorado. Developed DVD Video Campaign to help Rural Alaskan Veterans get access to their earned VA Benefits and services.

2015 – Growth has tripled and have developed strong brand in transformation in data programs and enterprises. Even more projects increasing in data integration, data wrangling, data architecture, enterprise architecture, business intelligence, geospatial and remote sending architectures, and cloud migrations