Our Work

DCI distinguishes itself by providing management, research and e-government solutions to the public, civil-society and private sectors.

 Our comparative advantages include a unique pool of top professionals with unprecedented access to areas of implementation; a well-managed company that delivers locally tailored solutions to international standards of quality; and proficiency with donor requirements, including reporting, branding and time management.

Management solutions

      Fiscal management solutions, including budgeting and financial systems

   Project management solutions according to Project Management Institute (PMI) standards

      Quality Assurance systems, including ISO 9001, TQM and 6 Sigma solutions

      Training solutions, management training, TOT and master trainer programs


Research and policy building

    Statistical surveys related to public opinion, health, social services, market analysis, customer satisfaction, media, and economics

      Socioeconomic studies that drive policy reform projects

     DCI-Iraq has statisticians, database experts, data analysts and more than 500 field researchers throughout the 18 provinces of Iraq, including the Kurdistan Region


Automation solutions

      Information management systems and support services

      Support to the Iraq Development Management System (IDMS)

  Training and coaching to assist ministries, governors’ offices and other government entities in implementing automation systems

 

Track Record

Our work in includes the Maharat project – a comprehensive education assessment component to the USAID EdData II education program (under sub-contract from RTI International), including testing and administration of several assessment instruments and training throughout the country.

 

We are also conducting a comprehensive socio-economic assessment for Chevron in Kurdistan Region in order to develop its strategy for Social Investment. Our broad assessment includes household interviews in villages across all three governorates as well as discussions with governors, mayors and local leaders. The aim is to identify gaps and opportunities for positive engagement in communities across the Kurdistan Region.


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