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James Bell Associates (JBA) has a number of pre-qualified contract mechanisms. Pre-qualified means that JBA is a part of a limited number of organizations that are pre-qualified to receive certain requests for task order proposals, and many mechanisms have great flexibility in regard to sub contractors.

James Bell Associates is available to work with federal clients through a variety of streamlined contracting mechanisms. For additional information about these contract vehicles, click on the links below.

SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration) IDIQ
JBA Contract No. HHSS283201700051I 
Under the SAMHSA task order contract mechanism, JBA is entitled to compete in the following domains: I. Feasibility, ​Pilot, and Evaluation Projects; II. Statistical Projects; III. Policy Analysis and Program Related Projects; and V. Technical Assistance and Training Projects. For more information, visit the link to SAMHSA ( or contact Lina Gong at James Bell Associates (703-247-2656 or
AHRQ (Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality) IDIQ
JBA Contract No. HHSA290201400004I
For the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) task order contract, JBA will participate in planning, evaluation and analysis task orders focused on program evaluation; economic, cost-benefit, and other types of cost-related analyses; legal and policy analyses; actuarial analyses; agency performance assessments; and internal management and organizational studies. For more information, visit the link to AHRQ ( or contact Lina Gong at James Bell Associates (703-247-2656 or


Program Support Center (PSC)

HHS PSC (Health and Human Services Program Support Center)
JBA Contract No. HHSP233201500133I
Since the inception of the Health and Human Services Program Support Center Contract Vehicle, JBA has been awarded a contract. The Program and Policy Assessment, Evaluation Design Studies, and Technical Assistance Contract with the Program Support Center, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) task order contract available to all Federal government agencies and the District of Columbia. For more information, visit the link to the Program Support Center ( or contact Lina Gong at James Bell Associates (703-247-2656 or 

GSA MOBIS (Management, Organizational, and Business Improvement Services)
JBA Contract No. GS-10F-0204K 
JBA was awarded a Management, Organizational, and Business Improvement Services (MOBIS) contract by the General Services Administration that enables contracting arrangements with any Federal agency. In July 2014 on the MOBIS Administrative Report Card of Contractor Assessment, James Bell Associates was rated as exceptional. JBA is eligible to provide services under the following categories: 
Consulting Services (SIN 874-1) may include the provision of expert advice, assistance, guidance or counseling in support of agencies' mission-oriented business functions. Specific services may include studies, analyses, and reports documenting any proposed developmental, consultative, or implementation efforts. Examples of consultation include but are not limited to strategic, business, and action planning; high performance work; process and productivity improvement; systems alignment; leadership systems; organizational assessments; performance measures and indicators; program audits; evaluations; and customized training. 
Survey Services (SIN 874-3) may include expert consultation, assistance, and deliverables associated with all aspects of survey research. Contractors may assist with or perform all phases of the survey process, including but not limited to survey design, sampling, survey development, pretest/pilot surveying, defining and refining survey content, survey administration, assessing data reliability and validity, determining proper data collection methodologies, survey administration, and quantitative and qualitative data analysis. Other services that may be provided under this category include the production of reports; description and summary of results with associated graphs, charts, and tables; description of data collection and survey administration methods; discussion of sample characteristics and the representative nature of data; analysis of non-response; and conducting briefings on results, including discussions regarding recommendations and potential follow-up actions. 
For more information, visit the Web link at the General Services Administration ( or contact Lina Gong at James Bell Associates (703-247-2656 or


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