NORTH ATLANTIC POLICY CENTER
Committed to Improving Lives and Strengthening Communities
North Atlantic Policy Center (NAPC), LLC is a woman-owned public policy research and data analytics firm, through research studies, program evaluation and rigorous data analysis, NAPC works to address key issues facing global leaders in pursuit to improving lives and strengthening communities.
Discover Our Expertise
NAPC Consulting exists to solve the critical issues facing our clients, both large and small. Our unique approach is not only what differentiates us, but also what makes us successful. We provide a broad range of services and solutions to help organizations facilitate change, achieve their vision and optimize performance and productivity.
Decision-makers have to choose a path that will maximize the most return on their investment. In such instances, North Atlantic Policy Center experts perform cost-effectiveness analysis (“CEA”) to compare the relative costs and benefits of various options. By supplementing CEA with sensitivity and scenario analyses, North Atlantic Policy Center is able to advise clients on the decisions that are most likely to maximize the desired outcome for every dollar spent.
Similar to cost-effectiveness analysis, cost-benefit analysis (“CBA”) is used to compare alternatives where the benefits can be monetized. North Atlantic Policy Center principals utilize a wide variety of methodologies and tools to conduct CBA, ranging from simple cost and benefit metrics to statistical studies and complex macroeconomic models. North Atlantic Policy Center's objective is to provide unbiased quantitative analysis that helps clients make confident decisions while understanding the potential risk involved.
Regulatory Impact Analysis
Changes in public policies and regulations are typically designed to influence the regular order of business, often with complicated and difficult to quantify consequences on the operations of affected entities. North Atlantic Policy Center uses its unique combination of quantitative rigor and policy expertise to help clients evaluate the impacts of policies on their own operations, and those of their industry, and the expected societal impacts that motivate the policy change. North Atlantic Policy Center further helps clients to communicate findings for internal and external strategic purposes.
To effectively analyze complex economic trends and policy decisions demand sophisticated quantitative techniques. North Atlantic Policy Center experts are highly-skilled in conducting rigorous econometric studies to identify and isolate specific economic relationships. North Atlantic Policy Center is also adept at communicating such studies in a simplified, straightforward manner as to be used by decision-makers, policymakers, and the media.
Programs should be evaluated to make sure it is providing the desired outcomes at a reasonable cost.
Using a combination of qualitative and quantitative methods (including logic models, expert panels and surveys, and economic and statistical analyses), North Atlantic Policy Center helps clients improve the functionality and performance of their programs, as well as incorporate outcome-based performance metrics that enable the client to continually monitor the program and make adjustments when necessary to further improve program implementation.
Policy Development and Review
Our staff is highly skilled at developing and review public policy documentation. We offer the following services:
Memorandum drafting and review
Policy Fact Sheet
Annual Operating Plans
Budget Estimation, Implementation
Monitor, Track and Analyze Public Policy developments
Medicare and Medicaid Comprehensive Assessment
Quantitative & Qualitative Research Support
Raw Data Combing
Collection of Data
Quality Assurance Process
Indeed other countries are in fact also looking to further review their foreign investment reviews. There is certainly a tension between national security concerns and economic development. Good going. Stuart Malawer Distinguished Service Professor of Law & International Trade,
Good background on the President. You made sure that the Chancellor led with the 2% point in case Trump took the conversation in a different direction. Also good to end with a renewed commitment to working together. Ambassador (ret.) Richard D. Kauzlarich - Director, Center for Energy Science and Policy
India's Right To Education Act Made Education Free And Compulsory: Why Are Children Not Going
July 8, 2019
The Policy Times India
The Parliament of India did make significant strides to overcome obstacles that may have hindered girls from attending schools. According to the same ASER report, The proportion of restrooms (toilets) doubled since 2010, reaching 66.4% in 2018, while schools with boundary walls — which ensured a safer environment for girls — increased by 13.4 percent to 64.4% in 2018.
How U.S. Can Transcend Forward: Addressing: The China Challenge
July 8, 2019
The Policy Times India
The China challenge is here to stay, and sentiments alone will not solve the rising problems faced by China.