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Government Contracts/Past Performance
MOBIS Multiple Award Schedule Contract (contract GS-10F0443Y) for market research survey services.
Department of Veterans Affairs, Northeast Program Evaluation Center, Office of Mental Health Operations – American Directions Research Group is currently collecting data as part of a contract to conduct over 25,000 telephone interviews with Veterans. These surveys will provide a source of systematic data regarding patient satisfaction specific to their treatment or which reflects changes following initiation of treatment. The critical data collected will help assess treatment outcomes and improve treatment for those who have served.
Department of Veterans Affairs, National Cemetery Administration – As a prime contractor, ADRG oversaw production of a new curriculum for K-12 and college students. This educational program, lesson plans and interactive digital content provide a sensitive review and understanding of an important part of our country’s history, as well as NCA’s rich history of honoring our nation’s Veterans. ADRG also conducted a series of focus groups and surveys , leading to development of a historic resources educational program for NCA to share its extensive resources with educators, students, the general public as well as other federal, State and non-profit organizations.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) - American Directions completed a contract by the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) to conduct a survey of Guam and CNMI Residents’ Awareness, Attitudes and Beliefs Regarding the Marianas Trench Marine National Monument. ADRG worked closely with the NMFS to conduct a random sample telephone survey enabling NOAA to collect and study important information for its Human Dimension Research Program goals.
Maryland Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Administration American Directions, working with the University of Maryland, Office of Research Administration, and the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation (PIRE) conducted a multi-year study evaluating the State Police Impaired Driving Reduction Effort (SPIDRE). Specifically, ADRG has conducted a baseline telephone survey in the key intervention county and the selected comparison county, to be followed by a second wave of telephone surveys.