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Last Updated: 2014-10-29
Katenies Research and Management Services
|Legal Name: Katenies Research and Management Services|
|Operating Name: Katenies Research and Management Services|
P.O. Box 733
|Telephone: (613) 575-2533|
|Fax: (613) 575-1658|
|Website URL: http://www.kateniesresearch.com|
|Rose-Alma J. McDonald|
|Title: Chief Executive Officer|
|Area of Responsibility: Administrative Services|
|Telephone: (613) 575-2533|
|Fax: (613) 575-1658|
|KRMS is a consulting company existing since 1989. The owner is Mohawk and a Certified School District Administrator. She has an B.A, M.ED, C.A.S. and Doctor of Education. Dr. McDonald, the principal owner, has over 35 years experience working with Aboriginal groups and First Nations. Her primary target group is this population, as well as, government. She is an excellent facilitator, writer and researcher. She is well known for her national level research and writing which she has completed over her career. She is located in Akwesasne on the border of Ontario, Quebec and New York State.|
|Country of Ownership:||Canada|
|Primary Industry (NAICS):||541611 - Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services|
|Alternate Industries (NAICS):||
541619 - Other Management Consulting Services
|Primary Business Activity:||Services|
|Total Sales ($CDN):||$200,000 to $499,999|
|Number of Employees:||2|
|Aboriginal Firm:||Registered Aboriginal Business under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business (PSAB)|
Product / Service / Licensing
Consulting Services, Research, Policy Development, Planning and Evaluation
Katenies Research and Management (KRMS) is a Mohawk woman owned Aboriginal entrepreneurship that has been in existance since 1989. KRMS has an excellent reputation internationally for the Indigenous specific consulting services provided which includes policy development, research, evaluation and planning. Facilitation services are also provided by the firm for a First Nations and Aboriginal target market both in Canada and the U.S. International work includes Australia and New Zealand.
Management Consulting Services
Aboriginal specific self-government oriented services are provided that include feasibility studies, program development, program evaluation and training. Indigenous clients are targeted along with government agencies who provide services at the community, regional and national level to Aboriginal and Indigenous communities. The consultant has 35 years experience in community level planning, research, writing and evaluation which is conducted from an Indigenous perspective. Principles of OCAP (Ownership, Control, Access and Possession) are utilized in all Aboriginal specific research projects and undertakings.
Strategic alliances:I am interested in sharing expertise as it pertains to Indigenous issues and jurisdictional development, self government and community development/planning, as well as, economic development.
Industry sector market interests:
Distribution of employees2 part time employees only plus the CEO
Unique applications:KRMS is unique in that the services provided are Aboriginal specific and that is the specialization of the firm. KRMS has Aboriginal experience in Canada, the USA, Australia and New Zealand.
Key / Major clients:Major clients of KRMS over the years include AANDC, Social Development Canada, HRSDC, Aboriginal Business Canada, Health Canada, PHAC, the Assembly of First Nations, Chiefs of Ontario, Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, First Nations Education Council, Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre, Union of Ontario Indians, Aboriginal Head Start On-Reserve Program, Akwesasne Area Management Board, Best Start Resource Centre, BC Injury Research and Prevention Unit, Canadian Institute for Health Research, Canadian Paediatric Society, Mnaasged Child and Family Services, Wabano Aboriginal Healing Centre, Mohawk Council of Akwesasne and many others.
Success stories:KRMS has been extremely successful over the past two decades providing consulting services and First Nations jurisdictional development expertise. In the local community of Akwesasne KRMS was successful in assisting the community with several health and social development programs and construction planning projects. This included the building and licensing of an Mohawk Adult Chronic Care facility, a new school, three recreation centre facilities, an adult education facility and a sports arena as part of the feasibility study function performed by KRMS. These activities also included program development for the programs housed by the facilities constructed.
Testimonial:Clients have been expremely pleased with the services of KRMS due to the high quality, professionalism, ability to meet deadline and corporate knowledge of the owner who has over 35 years experience in the Aboriginal community nationally, regionally, locally and internationally.
International capital projects:KRMS has done collaborative knowledge sharing with the George Institute in Sydney, Australia, as well as with the Injury Prevention Network in Wellington New Zealand. KRMS has does extensive collaborative work with the USA via research and sharing of Indigenous expertise with the Administration for Native Americans and Indian Health Services (HHS) in Washington, DC and Rockville, MD.
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Date Modified: 2015-02-01