U.S. Census Bureau (R&D)
Contract Name: Census R&D 2014
Contract Numbers: YA132309CQ0050 and YA132309CQ0051
Contract Period: Sept 22, 2009 to Sept 22, 2014
Contract Ceiling: $140,000,000
Statement of Work
To remain preeminent in its field, the U.S. Census Bureau (Census) must conduct research and analysis continually to support their capability to carry out tasks for surveys and censuses. They must stay abreast of the latest statistical, methodological and technological advances through assessment and conduct research on the use of these methods and technology to improve accuracy and performance. In addition to remaining constantly aware of their customers' and respondents' concerns and willingness to participate, Census must also research methodological and statistical advances that may reduce cost and resources and improve quality. Finally, they must also evaluate programs and practices to determine if they are achieving desired results at a reasonable cost, especially in light of the current environment of cost effective government programs.
The McManis & Monsalve Associates team of partners is positioned to support the Census in carrying out these research and development tasks to support their desire to constantly improve products and service to customers. There are five technical areas in the overall Census R&D 2014. McManis & Monsalve has been awarded Small Business set aside contracts in two of these five areas:
- Assessment, Planning and Analysis – Contract Nr. YA132309CQ0050
- Survey Engineering – Contract Nr. YA132309CQ0051
NORC, PTG, IBM, ESRI
This is an IDIQ type contract for services with Request for Task Order Proposals issued through the Bureau of census contracting offices.
The contract contains labor rates for 8 labor categories.
Deputy Program Manager