Traumatic Brain Injury — Performance Measures for Results: With the increased and well-deserved attention to Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) in communities across America, WRMA is excited to be supporting the work of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Administration for Community Living (ACL). WRMA’s experts are planning, designing, and developing performance data measures for the Traumatic Brain Injury State Implementation Partnership Grant Program. WRMA is tasked with ensuring that the measures developed are feasible for the TBI grantees and fit with other existing measures collected as part of ACL’s overall performance plan.
Child Care — Enhancing Access, Safety & Accountability: WRMA is pleased to be providing technical assistance to American Indian and Alaskan Native Tribes that support implementation and operation of the Child Care Development Block Grant funds. We are providing our significant experience and expertise in supporting child care eligibility programs and processes in Tribal settings. WRMA is also designing and developing a monitoring system that includes a robust database, data warehouse, reporting functions, and a user-friendly dashboard approach. Lastly, as the lead for the National Center on Child Care Subsidy Innovation and Accountability, WRMA is designing a pilot web-based technology solution that will allow States and Territories to exchange confidential criminal, sex offender, and child abuse and neglect information for child care employees who previously lived in another State or Territory.
Strengthening the VA’s IT Infrastructure for America’s Veterans: As part of a task order supporting the VA’s Enterprise Systems Engineering (ESE) mission, WRMA focuses on system optimization, improvement of design, testing, integration and interoperability throughout the enterprise and provides engineering services to the ESE team. Our corporate leadership’s expertise in staff augmentation and our passion for the VA have come together for the benefit of our nation’s veterans.