WRMA’s greatest strength is our professional staff. We have successfully assembled a highly qualified team, bringing extensive experience in assisting large, complex public sector agencies, Fortune 500 companies, non-profits, foundations, small businesses, and others throughout the United States. We have assisted in the development of:
- Strategic plans that are viable and stakeholder-influenced
- Outcome evaluations that are technology-based
- Policies and practices for public and private sector
- Information technology system design, development, and implementation
WRMA is a woman-owned small business which has implemented hundreds of customized projects. Our company has more than 30 years of experience and expertise in research, evaluation, performance measurement and monitoring, and data and IT analytic services. We currently have 60 employees spread across our three main locations in Virginia, Maryland, and California. Our primary mission is to provide system-wide improvements in support of the delivery of programs for children and families, communities, and at-risk populations. With our team of top research social scientists, we are committed to the delivery of quality, evidence-based deliverables for our clients.
WRMA provides the highest level of management and technical consulting services in health and human services for federal, state, tribal, and local governments, and national associations and foundations. Our goal is to further the ability of public agencies and nonprofit organizations to improve the lives of children, adults, and families in measurable and sustainable ways.
Support, expand, and enhance capacity of our clients to improve lives by providing innovative and distinctive research, evaluation, performance management, technical assistance, and technological solutions in health and human services.
Contractor of the Year Awards
WRMA twice awarded Contractor of the Year; in 2009, the Assistant Secretary of the Administration of Children and Families (ACF) in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services presented WRMA the Outstanding Contractor Award for work supporting the Child Care Bureau (now the Office of Child Care). This prestigious award recognizes special contributions made by contractors who have collaborated with ACF to help the agency in the successful accomplishment of its strategic goals, key priorities and overall mission. WRMA also received the 2004 Outstanding Contractor Award in recognition of its support of the Children’s Bureau in the creation and implementation of the National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System (NCANDS).
WRMA has historically won 67% or more of the proposals submitted, considerably above industry norms.