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American Institutes for Research in the Behavioral Sciences

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American Institutes for Research in the Behavioral Sciences is a social science institute based in Washington, DC that was founded in 1946. As of 2019 they had $481 million in revenue and $464 million in assets.

Type:
501(c)(3)
NTEE:
Revenue:
$481,741,424
Assets:
$464,107,012
Employees:
2,600
Fiscal year end:
December
Revenue trends:
Asset trends:

Program areas at American Institutes for Research in the Behavioral Sciences

Air has three programs: assessment, professional services, and grantmaking. the assessment division provides student assessment services. Collaborating with states and districts, it develops and deploys cognitive assessment programs to yield information about student progress. the program fuses statistics, technology, and standards-aligned content into k-12 formative, summative, and supplemental products and services primarily delivered on-line. It also studies the validity of assessments performed by federal, state, and local education agencies. the information and analyses enable (continued on schedule o) schools and education oversight agencies with the ability to measure compliance with requirements of federal and state education standards and laws. This assessment program has pioneered and leads in the delivery of on-line, computer-based, adaptive testing. the program also serves students with physical and cognitive disabilities via its alternative assessments.

the grantmaking activities carry out board designations from a portion of the fund balance being set aside to act as a quasi-endowment. the purpose of the quasi-endowment is 1) to ensure long-term, future financial strength of air based on established covenants, 2) to support the needs of major non-recurring transactions such as loan collateralization to support a merger or acquisition and 3) to fund grant-making initiatives that carry out air's mission that are otherwise not funded from third-party sources.specifically, with regard to the third purpose above, the board of directors oversees policy that authorizes the annual expenditure of a portion of the (continued on schedule o) quasi-endowment to make awards for restricted Research grants on selected topics. the board approves the general areas of Research featured for grant award. the amount of the annual appropriation is determined with the intention of maintaining the inflation-adjusted purchasing power of the quasi-endowment and ...

the professional services division activities range from Research and evaluation to technical assistance in policy, practice and systems change. the Research and evaluation work is grounded in evidence and pairs the best methodological and statistical science with subject matter expertise that can be used to shape and inform stakeholder programs and policymakers. Examples of focus areas spanning the life course of indiviuals include early childhood education, language acquisition and literacy, special education, school climate and turnaround, teacher effectiveness, career readiness, adult learning, patient-centered health outcomes, mental health supports, juvenile justice and aging. (continued on schedule o) to support evidence-based decision-making; solve important Research questions; and address program and intervention implementation effectiveness and build capacity to improve processes, outcomes, and sustainability Research activities also make use of: - state-of-the-art design, analysis, and reporting methodologies, including rapid-cycle and randomized controlled trials - survey and acquisition methodologies for collecting data to inform Research ...

Form 990s for American Institutes for Research in the Behavioral Sciences

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2018-12Feb 10, 2020990View PDF
2017-12Feb 21, 2019990View PDF
2016-12Jan 18, 2018990View PDF
2015-12Mar 27, 2017990View PDF
2014-12Jan 20, 2016990View PDF
...and five more Form 990 PDFs

Financials for American Institutes for Research in the Behavioral Sciences

Field2018
Total grants, contributions, etc.$462,380,008
Program services$38,255
Investment income and dividends$7,264,630
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$2,481
Net rental income$0
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$12,354,218
Net income from fundraising events$0
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$-298,168
Total revenues$481,741,424

Vendors for American Institutes for Research in the Behavioral Sciences

VendorServicesAmount paidDate
Microsoft ServicesSoftware2020-04-23
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...and 26 more vendors

Personnel at American Institutes for Research in the Behavioral Sciences

NameTitleCompensationMost recent data
David MyersPresident and Chief Executive Officer$1.6 millionJuly 17, 2019
Michael P. KirschExecutive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer$546,515July 17, 2019
█ ██████ ███████Chief Investment Officer-July 17, 2019
██████ ████████Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer$840,512Feb. 10, 2020
██████ ████████Vice President - Technology Solutions-Oct. 25, 2017
██████ █ ██████Senior Vice President , Human Resources and Administration$417,191Dec. 31, 2018
██████ ██████Vice President Contracts , Grants and Procurement$292,852Dec. 31, 2018
██████ ████ █████Senior Vice President and Inst Fel.$733,078Dec. 31, 2018
███ █████████Vice President$334,670Dec. 31, 2017
█████ █████Vice President and Inst Fellow$360,331Dec. 31, 2018
...and 12 more key personnel

Peer social science organizations

 NameTypeRevenueLocation
1The Aspen Institute501(c)(3)$134 millionWashington, DC
2National Opinion Research Center (NORC)501(c)(3)$196 millionChicago, IL
3The Pew Charitable Trusts (Pew)501(c)(3)$337 millionPhiladelphia, PA
4RAND Corporation (RAND)501(c)(3)$416 millionSanta Monica, CA
5World Economic Forum501(c)(6)$318 millionSwitzerland,
6Obama Foundation501(c)(3)$164 millionChicago, IL
7National Academy of Sciences501(c)(3)$298 millionWashington, DC
8World Resources Institute (WRI)501(c)(3)$140 millionWashington, DC
9International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)501(c)(3)$145 millionWashington, DC
10World Wildlife Fund (WWF)501(c)(3)$256 millionWashington, DC
11Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Aids Foundation501(c)(3)$199 millionWashington, DC
12Pact501(c)(3)$123 millionWashington, DC
13Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development501(c)(4)$380 millionKuwait,
14Kipp DC Public Charter Schools501(c)(3)$136 millionWashington, DC
15Association of American Medical Colleges501(c)(3)$216 millionWashington, DC
16National Gallery of Art (NGA)501(c)(3)$277 millionWashington, DC
17International City Management Association Retirement Corporation501(c)(3)$239 millionWashington, DC
18John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts501(c)(3)$319 millionWashington, DC
19American Psychological Association501(c)(3)$131 millionWashington, DC
20Smithsonian Institution (SI)501(c)(3)$1.4 billionWashington, DC
21Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy501(c)(3)$370 millionWashington, DC
22United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM)501(c)(3)$148 millionWashington, DC
23National Geographic Society (NGS)501(c)(3)$130 millionWashington, DC
24The Humane Society of the United States501(c)(3)$128 millionWashington, DC
25San Diego State University Foundation SDSU Research Foundation (SDSURF)501(c)(3)$170 millionSan Diego, CA