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EconSys Case Studies

Access real-world projects and implementations. See what it’s like to experience the technology and expertise of our organization.

HR Services and Support for General Services Administration

EconSys was selected to support GSA OHRM’s HR efforts as we could provide the best quality services in a time of budget uncertainty and downsizing. EconSys brought specific expertise that included supporting the full lifecycle of HR services in support of GSA programs, organizations and applications nationwide.
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HR Services and Workforce Planning for Department of Homeland Security

DHS required workforce planning support to improve the process by which new employees are recruited and retained. In an aggressive job market where demand is high and the number of qualified individuals is limited, it was crucial that DHS have a plan for how to build its cyber workforce.
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Assessment of VHA Orthotic and Prosthetic Services

The study was in response to federal government reports that identified problematic areas that OPS needed to address regarding its ability to meet the needs of the Veteran population. Our study combined analyses of current demands for OPS with the VA workforce and competency mix to identify where service gaps existed today and are expected to exist in the future.
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Statistical Study of the Progress of African American Women in the U.S. Labor Force

The Department of Labor (DOL) Women’s Bureau (WB) sought to conduct a statistical study of the progress of African American Women in the U.S. labor force, using data from the Decennial Census starting in 1920. The goal of the study was to provide promising practices and model policies that employers could utilize to significantly improve the hiring, retention, and promotion of African American Women in the workforce.
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Agile Development of Labor Statistics Widget

EconSys assisted the Women’s Bureau of the Department of Labor (DOL) in developing new technology to more efficiently create, update, and share key monthly data updates from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). This technology replaces manual charts that we created individually each month and were unable to update as new data was received each month. The prior process proved to be an ineffective way to visualize and share labor statistics.
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Identifying Better Jobs and Pathways for Low-Wage Immigrant Women Workers

The US Department of Labor (DOL) Women’s Bureau (WB) sought to develop standards and analyze potential changes that would facilitate work opportunities for Immigrant Women. Immigrant and refugee women often end up at the bottom of the economic ladder, performing low-wage jobs in food service, cleaning services and farming.
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Tracking Employment Outcomes for Individuals with Disabilities

State departments responsible for placement of individuals with disabilities into the workforce routinely struggle with data collection, relying on dated manual processes when communicating with third-party providers and placement agencies. In recent years, state governments have launched a variety of systems-change efforts aimed at improving competitive, integrated employment outcomes of youth and adults with significant disabilities.
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