If you need accurate data, sophisticated analysis, quality research design and management, or expert yet readable briefing documents, DataAngel can help.
The first step in many engagements is a needs assessment. DataAngel can quickly assess your information requirements and define strategies that will meet your budget and timeline.
In areas where research and analysis is available, our experts sift through the details to provide scientifically accurate yet engaging briefing documents to enlighten your policy choices.
In many cases, data is accessible but new analysis is needed. DataAngel evaluates your requirements and performs statistical analysis on existing studies relevant to your organization, including:
- Descriptive analysis
- Multi-level analysis
- Multivariate analysis
Once our analysis is complete, our professional reports efficiently convey complex information in clear, policy-relevant ways.
Policy Analysis and Program Design
DataAngel offers a full range of policy analysis services. Our global network of partners can offer a wealth of empirical and practical advice on what works over a diverse range of policy domains.
Program evaluation requires a unique blend of skills and tools. Depending on your needs, you can choose to have DataAngel manage your entire program evaluation, or simply the data collection portion aspects, of large-scale evaluations.
Some new or unique areas of interest call for their own research. DataAngel augments your internal teams or assumes responsibility for the entire project. We can draw on our global network of partners to craft and execute a study in as little as six months. We have decades of experience in:
- Managing the consultation process with key respondents and users
- Generating proposals
- Managing research project design
- Managing survey implementation
- Data collecting and processing
- Data analysis
- Reporting and disseminating the results to maximize your investment
Our data collection tools include:
- Focus groups
- In-depth interviews
- Social experiments
- Experimental economics
- In-person interviews
- Telephone interviews
- Internet questionnaires