Strategic Progress

Strategic Progress, LLC is a business and policy strategy firm that specializes in designing, implementing and evaluating large scale, data driven, policy initiatives and projects for state, county and local governments, universities and colleges, and foundations as well as other coalitions and community organizations.

Who we are

We have directed research, policy and strategy projects for state and local governments, community coalitions, national private foundations, as well as a number of local, national and international non profit agencies.

By designing and open sourcing much of our research and development and producing publicly accessible reports, toolkits, and impact plans with our clients we are advancing our collective ability to achieve high quality outcomes and our clients’ ability to compete in the marketplace of federal and private funding, ultimately improving the quality, breadth and depth of social impact programs that benefit the people they serve.

Our expertise lies in a variety of areas including:

  • Public policy research, strategy development and implementation
  • Issues research and data collection
  • Technical writing and editing
  • Strategic planning and community engagement facilitation
  • Program evaluation
  • Primary data collection, including surveys, focus groups, interviews
  • Business case development
  • Federal grant development, writing and evaluation
  • Regional and statewide initiative planning and implementation
  • Public affairs consultation and management
  • Project management
  • Training and education

Our clients

Strategic Progress’ Public Project examples include, but are not limited to:

  • Nevada Public Health Needs Assessment
  • Vocational Rehabilitation Outcomes Evaluation Project
  • Nevada Medicaid Long Term Services and Supports Report
  • Veterans Homeless Needs Assessment
  • Breast and Cervical Burden Report
  • Obesity Burden Report
  • Breast and Cervical Cancer Toolkit
  • Migrant Worker Needs Report
  • Diabetes Provider Toolkit
  • Nevada Veterans State Home Needs Assessment
  • Nevada Senior Veterans Housing Needs Assessment
  • Nevada Early Intervention Rate Analysis Assessment
  • Green Zone Veterans Federal Funding Mapping Report
  • Executive Order 2014-20 Data Mapping by State Agencies Report – funded by NDVS

Strategic Progress’ Private Sector/Community project examples include, but are not limited to:

  •  Healthy Communities Funding Mapping Report – funded by Wells Fargo
  • Child Welfare Federal Funding Mapping Report – funded by the Ritter Charitable Trust
  • The Veterans Systems Change Toolkit – funded by JP Morgan Chase
  • State and Local Systems Policy Recommendations – funded by Schwab Bank
  • Community We Will Data Driven Business Case – funded by Casey Family Programs Foundation
  • St. Jude’s HUD Continuum of Care capital projects – funded by St. Jude’s Ranch for Children
  • Ready for Life Data Driven Business Case – funded by the Southern NV Regional Planning Coalition
  • Veterans Payday Lending Study and Report – funded by Schwab Bank
  • Veterans Financial Stability Research Study and Report – funded by Schwab Bank

State & County Clients include but are not limited to:

  • Nevada Department of Veterans Services
  • NV Department of Health and Human Services
  • NV Division of Public and Behavioral Health
  • NV Department of Administration
  • NV Division of Health Care Financing and Policy
  • NV Department of Maternal and Child Health
  • Nevada Office of Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
  • NV Office of Minority Health
  • NV Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation
  • Nevada System of Higher Education
  • Southern NV Regional Planning Coalition
  • Nevada Office of Grants Procurement, Coordination and Management
  • Nevada Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation
  • Workforce Connections
  • NV Works
  • NV Department of Corrections
  • Clark County Department of Juvenile Justice
  • Clark County Social Services
  • Clark County Department of Family Services
  • University of Nevada Las Vegas School of Public Policy and Leadership
  • University of Nevada Las Vegas Lincy Institute
  • University of Nevada Las Vegas School of Medicine