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What We Do

Creating better futures for vulnerable populations

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Areas of Expertise

WRMA brings deep knowledge and experience in the areas of early childhood education, child and family welfare, information technology (IT), adult protective services and elder justice, learning and resource supports, program integrity solutions, and HIV/AIDS programs and policies. Read more about our areas of expertise.

Sectors and Services

We provide innovative solutions for public and private organizations across health and human services. We improve the lives of children and families and enhance the practices of our federal, state, tribal, and local clients, by providing system-wide improvements. Our services encompass improving health initiatives, technical assistance, information technology, research and evaluation, and learning and resource supports.

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Clients and Partners

Collaboration and responsiveness are the foundations for what we do. We work closely with our clients and partners to reach a shared end goal: Create solutions that improve the lives of vulnerable populations. Explore our list of featured clients and partners. Then, contact us to see how we can assist you.

Contract Vehicles

WRMA is a certified small business. We are an approved company on the General Services Administration (GSA) Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) and federal Agency Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts. WRMA also meets the small business designation for selected North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes for which we offer substantial expertise. See the comprehensive list of all our contract vehicles.

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