We welcome the opportunity to work with regional government organizations and non-profits as well as for-profit companies. The Thomas Jefferson Public Policy Program is particularly well suited to provide research support and consulting for government organizations, and it can often integrate projects into graduate seminars. Faculty in the Mason School of Business have extensive experience in conducting economic impact studies, including, for example, a recent study (pdf) done for the Virginia Port Authority.
Our Center works with the Virginia Economic Development Partnership, particularly in the area of international business. We have provided consulting support for non-profits in the area, including business and financial planning.