A number of corporate strengths serve as the principles that guide CRP in its work. These guiding principles include:• A strong and responsive, client-driven orientation that emphasizes high quality and exceptional value • A commitment to client satisfaction as our most important business objective • A commitment to understanding our clients' work environments while working proactively and strategically to meet their needs • A commitment to continuous quality improvement, wherein all CRP staff are responsible for ensuring that all of our work meets the highest standards of quality and fulfills all client expectations • A commitment to delivering the results our clients expect and deserve — on time and within budget
Annie C. Casey Foundation District of Columbia Public Schools • Office of HIV/AIDS • Office of Comprehensive School Health Educational Testing Service (ETS) Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) Peer Health Exchange (PHE) The Human Resources Research Organization (HumRRO) U.S. Department of Agriculture U.S. Department of Education • National Assessment Governing Board (NAGB) • National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) U.S. Department of Human and Health Services • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) • Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) • Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Department of Justice U.S. Department of Labor U.S. Department of Transportation W. K. Kellogg Foundation
DUNS - 197629082Cage Code - 1LPY9
GSA MOBIS 874 - Contract Number GS-02F-0113X SINs: • 874-1 - Integrated Consulting Services • 874-4 - Training Services • 874-7 - Integrated Business Program Support Services SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) IDIQ • Domain 1 - Small Business - Feasibility, Pilot, and Evaluation Projects • Domain 4 - Small Business - Training and Technical Assistance District of Columbia Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) Certification Contract Number: LSDXR71249112018 NIGP Codes: • 915-23-00 - Conference Coordination and Planning Services • 918-12-00 - Analytical Studies and Survey • 924-19-00 - Educational Research Services • 952-77-00 - Research & Evaluation Human Services District of Columbia Supply Schedule: Mission Oriented Business Integrated Services (MOBIS) Contract Number: CW43812 NAICS Codes • 541512 - Computer Systems Design Services • 541519 - Other Computer Related Services • 541611 - Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services • 541613 - Marketing Consulting Services • 541614 - Process, Physical Distribution, and Logistics Consulting Services • 541618 - Other Management Consulting Services • 541690 - Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services • 541720 - Research and Development in the Social Sciences and Humanities • 541990 - All Other Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services • 611430 - Professional and Management Development Training • 611710 - Educational Support Services
Among CRP's strengths are its multi-disciplinary and highly trained staff, augmented with content experts, who are of the highest caliber and represent a broad spectrum of expertise and capabilities.Staff and subject matter consultants offer clients expertise in an array of disciplines and policy foci, including behavioral, child, maternal, and public health; children and families; health disparities, elementary, secondary, and postsecondary education; HIV/AIDS; psychology; public policy; sociology; special populations; statistics; and workforce development. Core company competencies and capabilities include assessment, analysis, measurement, policy, meeting/convention logistics and management program/project development and implementation, psychometrics, quantitative and qualitative research, technical assistance and training, and technical writing (e.g., research/policy briefs, white papers, and reports).
CRP's staff resources include researchers, program and statistical analysts, information technology (IT), and logistics specialists.
CRP's highly skilled researchers offer Federal agencies and other clients decades of substantive expertise in survey and evaluation work utilizing quantitative and qualitative approaches and methodological experience in the design and execution of large and small-scale studies. CRP research scientists apply rigorous analytical methods in defining policy problems, elucidating theoretical constructs, evaluating program initiatives and their impacts, and studying the intended and unintended consequences of policy instruments and tools. The technical capabilities of CRP's staff are supplemented by a cadre of subject matter experts, some of whom are recognized — nationally and internationally.
Our program analysts work with senior researchers in all phases of project planning, implementation, and monitoring. These professionals assist in developing technical, resource, and programmatic requirements and prepare operational and change management analyses aligned with client requirements and systems. Program analysts conduct process and impact evaluations to inform client policy directions. Analysts also employ information technology capabilities and data analytics in support of project operations.
CRP's analysts provide statistical leadership, guidance, and expertise to projects. Statistical analysts prepare designs, methodologies, and reports to answer research and policy questions for public and private sector clients, including Federal, state, and local government agencies, foundations, other nonprofit entities, school systems, and commercial organizations. Our statistical analysts offer expertise in a broad range of techniques, procedures, and applications, including stratified and multi-stage sampling; exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis; experimental and quasi-experimental research designs; multivariate modeling; analysis of variance and covariance; time series and power analysis; and statistical software systems, such as SPSS, SAS, Stata, Python, Minitab, and MPlus.
CRP's IT professionals leverage innovative and emerging technologies designed to support business processes, advance policy objectives, and achieve optimal improvements or impacts in organizational operations and performance. Our IT specialists offer core capabilities and expertise across the IT spectrum, including systems engineering, data analytics, business process re-engineering and analyses, enterprise architecture, systems integration, and network engineering.
CRP's senior meeting planners and logistics specialists offer clients a demonstrated track record in handling a comprehensive range of physical and virtual meeting needs, including expert panels, symposia, seminars, workshops, conferences, webcasts, and webinars. Since our inception, our logistics team has planned, coordinated, and managed several hundred meetings spanning all aspects of the meeting continuum, from pre-meeting and on-site support to post-meeting services. CRP's meetings support and logistics staff function as your customer-focused, innovative, and creative partner, facilitator, and representative in ensuring positive outcomes for multiple and varied meeting formats.
Selected Collaborating Partners
• American University • Chicago School of Professional Psychology • District of Columbia Public Charter Schools • District of Columbia Public School System • George Mason University • Georgetown University • Howard University • Morehouse College • Prince George's County Public School System • The George Washington University • The Graduate School USA • Tuskegee University • University of Chicago • University of the District of Columbia • University of Illinois at Chicago • University of Massachusetts Amherst • University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill) • University of South Florida American Institutes for Research Danya International Educational Testing Service (ETS) Hager Sharp Human Resources Research Organization (HumRRO) ICF Macro KADA Peer Health Exchange (PHE) Toltec Evaluation and Educational Research Service (8a) Westat American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) Delta Research and Educational Foundation (DREF) National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education (NAFEO) National Association of Social Workers National Association of State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors (NASADAD) National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (NASMHPD) National Prevention Network (NPN) Thurgood Marshall College Fund
CRP and its staff are committed to serving the local community. This commitment is evidenced by staff involvement and representation on numerous local and national social and civic boards. Included among our community activities are the following:• Crittenton Service of Greater Washington, DC • DC Commission for Women • DC Rape Crisis Center • Family Matters of Greater Washington, DC • Leadership Greater Washington, DC • POSSE • The Christmas Toy Group • YWCA of the National Capital Area (YWCA/NCA)
CRP's Commitment to Accessibility and ConformanceCRP continually strives to develop Web and information technology products that are accessible to every person, including people with disabilities. Our solutions enable us to support the Federal government in making accessible information technology decisions. CRP's standards and processes support the goals of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as well as Federal electronic and information technology accessibility standards and Web content accessibility guidelines (WCAG) 1.0. CRP employs a Section 508 compliance officer who is responsible for ensuring the firm's compliance with the provisions of the Section 508 technical standards. CRP encourages its clients, partners, and system users to inform staff, if a product or feature does not meet their needs.
CRP Section 508 Compliance Plan includes:• Accessibility evaluations that utilize varied techniques such as visual inspection and validation of the HTML code, assistive technology review, and device-independent testing; • Collaboration with client staff to determine the optimal medium and format for contract reports; • Procedures for ensuring that PDF files delivered to clients comply with Section 508; • Training of CRP project managers, clients, and developers in Section 508 compliance; • Provision of assistive technology support and information; • Production of video content in accessible deliverables and formats; and • Conduct of internal Section 508 quality-assurance reviews prior to the development of Web-based training products.