GGI has extensive experience in conducting evaluations, special studies, and developing performance measurement systems for publicly funded science, energy, and R&D programs.  Much of our business in these areas comes from long-standing clients who rely on us for rigorous, unbiased, fact-based analyses and the subject matter expertise of our associates.

Our recent evaluation and performance measurement work in these areas have focused on:

  • Energy efficiency
  • Climate change
  • Environmental contamination
  • Research and development
  • Innovation and commercialization
  • Security/terrorism
  • Transportation infrastructure

The following is a small sample of recent evaluation and performance measurement assignments that we have conducted in the fields of science, energy, and R&D:

  • Evaluation of the Industrial Research Assistance Program for National Research Council of Canada
  • Evaluation of the Federal Contaminated Sites Action Plan for Environment Canada
  • RMAF for the Avian and Pandemic Influenza Preparedness Strategy for Canadian Food Inspection Agency
  • Performance Monitoring and Reporting System for CMC Microsystems

We have also conducted a number of special studies such as cost-benefit analyses and socio-economic impact analyses for a wide range of science-based government departments and programs.  Examples include:

  • Benefits and Costs of Implementing the New Blood Safety Standards and the Cells, Tissues and Organs New Safety Standards for Health Canada
  • Case Studies for Profiling Socio-Economic Impacts of the Industrial Research Assistance Program

GGI also provides expertise in capital asset planning and organizational development and strategic learning for science-based government departments and programs.