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The Government Research Group within Decision Analyst conducts research studies
for federal, state, and local governments, and governmental agencies. The Government
Research Group conducts a wide range of research projects for governmental entities,
including advanced analytics, modeling, simulation, forecasting, optimization,
predictive analytics, analytical consulting, and scientific surveys.
What are the ultimate economic effects of a new museum, a new sports stadium, the
expansion of a zoo, the building of a new store, or the development of a new airport? What are
the contributions to the local economy from a university, a research and development center, a
business incubator, a book store, a local attraction, a new mass transit system, or a library?
The term “economic impact analysis” refers to rigorous surveys, research and modeling
to estimate the direct and indirect economic effects of an entity or event on the local, county,
state, or U.S. economy, as measured by employment, tax revenue, income, or gross product (overall
Data Collection Platforms
We support five data collection platforms so that we can objectively
propose the data collection method best suited to your needs, budgets, and
- Online research—worldwide interviewing over the Internet
- Telephone interviewing—U.S. and international
- Personal interviews (mall-Intercept, on-site interviews, and door-to-door
interviews)—U.S. and international
- Mail surveys—U.S. and international
- Interactive voice response (IVR)—Automated telephone surveys
In addition to traditional modes of data collection (telephone, mail, and in-person)
Decision Analyst specializes in Internet research for both quantitative and
qualitative studies. The firm’s American Consumer Opinion® panel of over
8 million people in the U.S. is one of the largest (and most representative)
online panels in the world.
Decision Analyst's research specialists have worked with many local, state
and federal governments and has obtained the required high response rates as defined
by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for those projects.
Marketing Research for Governments
If you would like more information on Government Research, please contact Felicia
Rogers, Executive Vice President (firstname.lastname@example.org)
or Ramiro Davila, Senior Government Research Analyst, (email@example.com)
or call 1-800-ANALYSIS (262-5974) or 1-817-640-6166.
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