Maximus Federal

Meet expectations for service and ease of use

We are the go-to partner for federal agencies looking to transform their operations and infrastructure to better deliver on their mission and meet the growing expectations of citizens.

Our experience runs deep

42 million

calls annually to support health insurance enrollment for a large federal agency


federal departments and independent agencies currently served


healthcare professionals contracted on our panel in the U.S.

The Maximus Federal difference

Federal agencies and departments turn to us to design, implement and manage services and technologies that will enable them to best deliver on their mission of service to the public.

Applied innovation that solves problems

Maximus brings integrated tools and approaches that enable client missions. We design, implement and oversee creative approaches to meet agency needs, partnering with them to identify and apply the right technologies for their project. We focus on innovation throughout the life of the project, evolving the technology platform in-step with the evolution of agency priorities.

Size and scale that deliver better outcomes

We are the largest citizen services partner in the federal space. We are a turn-key provider, offering a comprehensive array of services and technologies to clients, who benefit from our scale and our agility. We drive efficiency and cost-savings, while also being nimble and adaptive, drawing from a depth of knowledge, people and experience.

Experience & expertise that reduce risk

“Helping Government Serve the People," is our mission. Because of this dedication, we have an unmatched understanding of the unique operating requirements in the federal space. As a trusted partner across government, our experience in domain, process and technology, and our employment of subject matter experts, ensures we understand our client missions like no one else.

What we do

Who we support

Federal Departments

Health and Human Services
Homeland Security
Department of Veterans Affairs

Independent Agencies

Library of Congress
National Archives and Records Administration
National Labor Relations Board
Office of Personnel Management
Securities and Exchange Commission
Social Security Administration

HHS Agencies & Offices

Centers for Disease Control And Prevention
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Food and Drug Administration
Indian Health Service
Medicare-Medicaid Coordination Office
Office of Inspector General
Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology