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Procurement Category
Services (not listed)
Estimated Value
Pre-FY20-$2 million-$5 million
Competition Type
Full and Open
RFP Quarter
1st QTR
RFP Fiscal Year
2016
NAICS
541 712
Sequence Number
NPD-16-0010
Description

This contract shall provide the followign services:  1. Identify, summarize, and synthesize relevant literature that explores the public’s knowledge and attitudes toward drowsy driving with the goal of identifying relevant survey questions. In addition to a literature review performed by the Contractor, NHTSA will provide questions for potential inclusion in the survey instrument. 2. Develop a multi-modal (internet, phone, and/or mail) survey instrument (including cognitive testing, IRB, OMB, and OCIO/Privacy approvals) and a sampling  plan for a nationally representative sample of respondents.  NHTSA will seek a research firm through a competitive contract solicitation process to carry out this research.  The firm will have three primary goals, (1) Review related literature, (2) Develop a multimodal survey instrument (including website), and (3) Collect, analyze, and report on the survey data.

Contact Name
James Higgins
Email
Phone
(202) 366-3976
Is this a follow-on to a current 8(a) contract?
No
Is this funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act?
No
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