National Victimization Statistical Support Program
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Federal Grant Title:
NATIONAL VICTIMIZATION STATISTICAL SUPPORT PROGRAM
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Additional Information on Eligibility
Applicants are limited to for-profit (commercial) organizations, nonprofit organizations, faithbased and community organizations, institutions of higher learning, and consortia with demonstrated organizational and community-based experience working with American Indian and Alaska Native communities, including tribal for-profit (commercial) and nonprofit organizations, tribal colleges and universities, and tribal consortia. However, consistent with OJP fiscal requirements, for-profit organizations are not allowed to make a profit as a result of this award or to charge a management fee for the performance of this award.
The Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) seeks an agent to implement the National Victimization Statistical Support Program (NVSSP) project. The NVSSP is designed to provide scientific and technical support for statistical and methodological research, statistical analyses, documentation, and dissemination in support of BJSs efforts related to the redesign of its National Criminal Victimization Survey (NCVS); enhance BJSs statistical reporting program from the NCVS and other federal data on criminal victimization; and supports BJS efforts to use the NCVS to inform its future decisions about the design and content of its victimization statistics program. Through this project, BJS seeks to expand its capacity to conduct analyses of the NCVS and other criminal victimization data and create technical documentation related to the surveys collection process as a means of increasing the breadth of substantive issues that it addresses with the NCVS, both in the short-run and longer-term.
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Lisa Price-Grear Program Analyst Phone 202-616-3561