Opportunities in Research

CVP Awarded RISE Contract, GW to Support DOS Work

CVP, a business and technology consulting company, has been awarded the Research Innovation Systems Engineering (RISE) contract with the Department of State (DOS), Bureau of Consular Affairs (CA), Office of Consular Systems and Technology (CST). The five-year contract includes system and service architecture design to support CA/CST’s portfolio with high-quality solutions that can be managed and evolved in production in a cost-effective manner.

CVP’s scope of work will include cloud, DevSecOps/CICD, Agile-at-Scale, and modern systems/software engineering approaches. This systems engineering contract also involves research, evaluation, and rapid prototyping of new technologies in sandbox environments.

Please contact The Office of Industry and Corporate Research for more information 



GW Faculty & Staff urged to submit proposals

Furthering Discovery and Innovation through Strategic Collaborations with Industry

The Office for Industry and Corporate Research (OICR), within the Office of the Vice President for Research, seeks, identifies and tracks opportunities to foster strategic collaborations with industry and corporate partners. These mutually beneficial partnerships leverage the strengths of industry and academia towards a common goal, translate discoveries into real world impact and further the strategic missions of both organizations. Let us connect you to the expertise, technologies and resources that advance your project and business.

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GW/ICF Presents Forum #7: Opioid Use: An Epidemic of Addiction, not Abuse

Frank Sesno chats with JD Vance during their fireside chat at the Opioid Forum held on November 1st

Since 1999, the number of overdose deaths involving opioids has quadrupled. Each day, 91 Americans die from an opioid overdose. The challenge is clear: this growing, nationwide drug epidemic needs to end. But where do we begin? 

ICF and the George Washington University (GW) joined forces again for the 7th Research and Evaluation Forum on opioid use. Held on Wednesday, November 1st from 11 am to 1 pm, the standing room only audience was captivated by Frank Sesno's "fireside chat" with JD Vance, author of best seller, Hillbilly Elegy." For more, see the GW Today article.