Congratulations to Rumph and Associates for being awarded another contract with Liberia.

Rumph and Associates’ Johannesburg Office Moves to Larger Space

The Johannesburg office for Rumph and Associates has relocated to a larger, more accommodating space. Rumph and Associates is a fast-growing small, international business headquartered in Alpharetta, Georgia, with offices in Huntsville, Alabama; Accra, Ghana; Arusha, Tanzania, and Johannesburg, South Africa.

The move, made necessary due to the firm’s continued growth, provides both more office and meeting space. Employees and consultants now have access to a larger boardroom with the capacity to host 20 people. The new space boasts hot desking capabilities, which will be used by consultants when working in the office.

Rumph team members are looking forward to settling into the new office and hosting local clients, partners, and in-house events.

Tom Rumph Appointed to Huntsville Rotary Club Board of Directors

Rumph & Associates are pleased to announce that managing partner, Tom Rumph, has been appointed to the Huntsville Rotary Club Board of Directors. In addition, he will also serve as co-director of international service.The Huntsville Rotary Club is one of 34,000 plus rotary chapters based in over 178 countries. Rotary is a global network of 1.2 million neighbors, friends, leaders, and problem-solvers who see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change across the globe, in their communities, and in themselves (
For Tom, being a member of rotary and being appointed to a leadership position is directly in alignment with his core values in both business and the community. “The Rotary Club is a stand out organization when it comes to impacting change in communities across the world,” said Tom. “I’m glad to be a part of the Huntsville chapter with the opportunity to watch it grow and continue to serve populations near and far.
In the community, the Huntsville Rotary not only works to develop leadership skills within its membership, but also works to do the same for up and coming leaders. One of the chapters most notable programs, STRIVE, is designed to increase graduation rates and academic standing among student mentees. According to Tom, “What’s most special about the Rotary network, and our Huntsville chapter specifically, is that we really do work to provide resources to underserved and underrepresented demographics.” We are happy, at Rumph and Associates, to celebrate Tom’s accomplishment and wish him, his fellow board members, and the entire Huntsville Rotary membership a successful term.
Tom Rumph Jr

Rumph and Associates 2018 Year-End-Review

December 2018 - We’ve had an incredible year at Rumph and Associates.  As we prepare for 2019, we made a round up of some of our best moments in 2018.  If you happened to have missed a few, take a look at our list below. 


  • Rumph and Associates Sponsors Golf Team
Rumph and Associates were happy to sponsor a team of golfers for the Huntsville Rotary Club’s Coates Barnes Memorial Gold Tournament.  The Rumph team completed the tournament with a third place finish!


  • Rumph and Associates “Small Firm” Winner of Georgia Accounting Food Fight
The Georgia Society of CPAs and Georgia’s Accounting Community joined forces to organize the Georgia Accounting Food Fight. The friendly rivalry, now in its 5th year, provides support to the Georgia Food Bank Association and other food banks across the state. Rumph and Associates were named the winner in the Small Firm category.  All food and money raised by the firm will directly benefit the Atlanta Community Food Bank. For every one dollar donated, the ACFB is able to provide four meals to adults and children in need. The Rumph and Associates donation will allow the food bank to provide over 40,000 additional, nutritious meals.


  • Rumph and Associates Awarded USAID Liberia Contract
Rumph and Associates are set to begin work with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Liberia. The services to be provided include policies and procedural assessment and development; control environment and risk development; financial review; end-use verification; and training. Under the contract, Rumph and Associates will be tasked with both strengthening the implementing partners capacity to improve aid effectiveness and sustainability through proper use of systems that meet financial and accountability standards and developing a solid relationship with the partners through training and reviews that will ultimately provide assurance that funds are safeguarded against fraud, waste, and abuse.


  • Rumph and Associates Named to Inc. 5000 List
For the third, straight year, Rumph and Associates was named to Inc. Magazines “Inc. 5000” list. The Inc. 5000 lists the fastest-growing private companies in America and honors businesses of all sizes.
  • Tom Rumph Appointed to Huntsville Rotary Club Board of Directors
Rumph & Associates were pleased to announce that managing partner, Tom Rumph, had been appointed to the Huntsville Rotary Club Board of Directors.  In addition, he will also serve as co-director of international service.
  • Rumph and Associates Featured in the Small Business Association for International Companies (SBAIC) Newsletter
The team at Rumph and Associates were invited to share their experience and expertise conducting international hires.  In an article entitled Supporting USG Agencies Internationally, the team outlined five (5) tips that have helped them find success in their international work.


  • Rumph and Associates Sponsor the Luke Project
Rumph and Associates were proud sponsors of the 18th Annual Luke Project Charity Gold Benefit.  The event raised over $80,000 that will directly benefit the charity.


  • Rumph and Associates Gold Sponsor for NCMA Golf Invitational
The National Contract Management Association (NCMA) hosted its 4th Annual Golf Invitational and Networking Reception.  In addition to being sponsors, the Rumph team also had a team to participate in the tournament.


  • Rumph and Associates Named Winner of OASIS Small Business Contract
Rumph and Associates were among thirty-one (31) winners named for the General Services Administration’s (GSA) One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services Small Business (OASIS SB) Pool 2 contract.  This new addition of businesses completes the first on-ramp of contractors and provides federal agencies access to a larger pool of small business industry partners. The OASIS SB contract, initiated in 2014, is a 100% small business set aside developed to meet the need for a hybrid, government-wide acquisition vehicle.  The contract covers a wide range of professional services like program management, management consulting, and logistics.


  • Rumph and Associates Awarded $250M ITOPSS 3.0 Contract
Rumph and Associates were recently awarded a five-year, $250 million International Technical, Operational, and Professional Support Services (ITOPSS) 3.0 contract.  The contract is to provide support for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) global health programs that include HIV/AIDS, infectious diseases, global disease detection, emergency response, and global health protection. ITOPSS services involve designing, implementing, managing, and evaluating CDC global health programs.  The contract vehicle enables the CDC to utilize external resources to advance their mission of improving health and health related accessibility.  Contract assignments address specific needs and typically include technical assistance, support, training, and education.
  • Tom Rumph Attends 10,000 Small Businesses Summit
Tom Rumph, managing partner of Rumph Associates, attended the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Summit.  The summit, held in Washington, D.C., featured an incredible line-up of government and business speakers including Tyler Perry, Sara Blakely, Michael Bloomberg, Warren Buffett, and U.S. Representative John Lewis.