D3 Marks 25th Year in Global Research

VIENNA, Virginia, January 21, 2010 – D3 Systems, Inc. is celebrating its 25th year in business. The company was founded in February 1985 by Dr. David A. Jodice, President, and has developed global reach, having operated in 105 countries, with substantial financial investments, strategic partnerships and knowledge transfer to companies in Afghanistan, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Iraq, Mexico and Turkey.

  • During 2010 D3 will operate in at least 75 countries on 5 continents for a broad mix of US and international clients.
  • A key D3 focus is research in Afghanistan and Iraq – with projects in media, development, and political, social & economic trends.
  • D3 also sponsors an innovative and independent research program – Women in Muslim Countries, that has surveyed women in 25 countries on a range of issues related to women’s rights and well-being.

While D3 is often best known for its research in conflict and post-conflict environments such as Afghanistan, the Balkans, Iraq and Pakistan, D3 has conducted sustained quantitative and qualitative projects in media usage & attitude, public opinion and issues research, strategic communications & information operations and economic development.

D3’s approach protects the fundamentals of survey research across all operating environments while making cross-national research insightful and reliable. Some areas of focus include:

  • sample design and evaluation,
  • blending qualitative and quantitative tools,
  • questionnaire construction and adaptation of content to local cultures,
  • translation evaluations,
  • fieldwork observation and quality control,
  • multi-country, team-based data management and statistical analysis,
  • subject matter reporting and presentations, and
  • program monitoring and evaluation.

Key clients include ABC News, BBC, The Asia Foundation, International Committee of the Red Cross, IREX, Management Systems International, US Agency For International Development, US Department of Defense, US Department of State, United Nations Development Program, Voice of America, and the Special Inspector General for Afghan Reconstruction.

For more information, please visit our website: D3systems.com or contact David Jodice or Matthew Warshaw, Vice President, at our Vienna, Virginia office: 1-703-255-0884.