8. Project Work Plan Wendy Wolfersteig, Ph.D. and three experienced masters level Research Analysts (Sitzler, Hoffman and Johnson) along with two experienced doctoral students (Wardian and Bagwell) will perform the work of this project. Approximate number of hours to complete this work is shown in the table. Task - Deliverables Timeframe Hours Cost Meet with FTF to determine specific needs, timeframes, expectations May 7 - 14 2 Hold on-going discussions with FTF staff May 15 June 29 8 Clean data in SPSS or Stata; combine databases if needed May 14 - 18 40 Analyze the data; perform statistical analyses May 21-25 80 Develop data tables, figures, charts for recent data and comparisons May 28-June 1 90 Write draft of report June 1 - 11 100 FTF provides feedback on report June 12 - 13 Revise draft report June 14 - 28 40 Word document report designed in format similar to 2008 report June 14 - 28 90 $10,900 Submit final report to FTF June 29 Invoice for work completed June 29 $48,150/450 = $107 hour 450 $48,150 Data Analysis: Using statistical software such as SPSS and STATA, SIRC evaluators will perform frequency and crosstabs for all questions/variables. The analyses present frequency tables for all questions as well as appropriate cross tabulations to examine to what degree the surveyed groups differed. Data Reporting: SIRC will provide the data in user-friendly and easy to understand tables and figures similar to those published in the 2008 report. The report will include a narrative analysis of the recent data. Comparison data from past reports will also be used in the tables, figures and analyses. Further, while the SIRC team can deliver a Word document, a subcontractor will be utilized to produce a similar format to the 2008 report; the subcontractor of choice, Chalk Graphic Design, completed the design work for the SLHI FTF report
|Effective start/end date||5/7/12 → 1/22/13|
- First Things First : $49,969.00
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