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Knowledge Networks brings a unique level of expertise and comfort to working with federal agencies, having conducted online surveys for dozens of government-funded projects.  We have been granted GSA MOBIS approval and remain committed to achieving approved vendor status for other federal contract vehicles, at the request of our clients.

MOBIS Contract No. GS-10F-0098W

KN's MOBIS Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) contract is an Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract available for use by all federal agencies worldwide. The base period of performance for this award is February 8, 2010 through February 7, 2015. Three renewable five-year options follow this base period.

Pricing

Pricing for a client's online survey research projects includes professional labor charges for developing, implementing and hosting the survey as well as "cost per interview" (CPI) charges for accessing KN's proprietary online research panel. Other ad hoc pricing for custom survey services that may be unique for a specific project is developed on a project-by-project basis.

For KN's federally-approved pricing for labor categories and for accessing KN's online research panel, please consult KN's federally-approved rate structure. Click here - maximum contract threshold: $1,000,000.

About Knowledge Networks

Knowledge Networks (KN) provides extraordinary quality and service in support of public policy and scientific research. Since 1998, KN has delivered statistically valid Web-based research to prominent government, academic, not-for-profit, and foundation researchers. We are the only firm to take advantage of technology and probability-based sample selection to enable a statistically representative U.S. sample online. Our unsurpassed resource, KnowledgePanel®, is comprised of approximately 50,000 participants recruited via probability sampling, and it includes coverage of cell phone-only households and non-Internet households.

As the 25th largest research firm in the U.S., Knowledge Networks delivers scientifically defensible findings for peer-reviewed publications and public policy making. The Government & Academic Research practice of Knowledge Networks provides public policy researchers a unique combination of study design, expertise in online panel research, project management, and a commitment to close collaboration at every stage of the research process.

About KnowledgePanel®

KN's Online Survey Research Expertise

KN's in-depth consultation and state-of-the-art expertise in online survey research is leveraged across a broad base of subject matters and survey research activities. Pre-approved areas of KN survey expertise covered by its GSA contract include the following:

  • Survey planning
  • Survey design and development
  • Survey pre-testing/pilot testing
  • Assessing the reliability and validity of data
  • Planning, designing, and conducting full-scale surveys
  • Obtaining and analyzing both qualitative and quantitative data
  • Preparing survey methodology reports
  • Developing analytic reports and briefing stakeholders on survey results. 

KN's Subject Research Areas

About Key Staff

KN's Methodological Capabilities

Description of Selected KN Past Projects

Further Information

For additional information about GSA's MOBIS schedule and its role in U.S. government agency procurement activities, consult the federal GSA MOBIS site and then follow the link for 873-3 Survey Services. Or click on the GSA Schedule button below.
GSA Contact Number KN GSA Approved Pricing

Contact Us

To learn more on how KN's survey capabilities can help with your specific research objectives, please contact::

Joe Garrett, Senior Vice President, directly at 703-830-0613 or
GSA@knowledgenetworks.com.

To learn more on how KN's survey capabilities can help with your specific research objectives, please contact::

Primary Contact::
Joe Garrett
703 830-0613
Email

J. Michael Dennis
Email

Government & Academic Research

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