Strativia develops FRIENDS National Center for Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention’s (CBCAP) new website and a standalone web portal.
FRIENDS National Center for Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention (CBCAP), a service of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Administration for Children and Families, Children’s Bureau turned to Strativia to design both it’s new website and it CBCAP Online Application & Reporting System. The system was built upon an open source PHP Lamp Technology Stack. The portal allows all 50 states to submit their CBCAP Application and required reporting to HHS for annual funding.
“Strativia is excited to have first launched FRIENDS’ new website back in June, followed by the launching its CBCAP Application & Reporting Application this month. In addition, we are pleased that 99% of end users surveyed at a recent HHS Children’s Bureau Annual Conference in Washington, DC rated the portal we designed and developed as intuitive and a huge improvement over the previously paper application submission process,” said Kaunda Sampson, who leads Strativia’s Web & Application Development Practice. Strativia has nearly 10 years experience providing web and application development to both government and commercial clients worldwide.
FRIENDS provides services to the CBCAP community through targeted training and technical assistance efforts. These efforts include an annual grantees meeting, regional training, and individualized on-site training on request from CBCAP lead agencies. FRIENDS Technical Assistance Coordinators work with lead agencies to build a plan for capacity building in order to better meet the requirements of Title II of the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act as Amended in 2003 (CAPTA). We provide our service through a coordinated effort with other national organizations and initiatives with the aim of preventing child abuse and neglect and supporting families. Our network of partners and consultants allows us to offer cutting edge services from leaders in the prevention field. For more information about FRIENDS, visit, www.friendsnrc.org or www.acf.hhs.gov/cb/resource/cbcap-state-grants
Strativia is a leading provider of technical, administrative, logistical and management services for both government and commercial organizations. Our core service offerings include Technology Services, Program & Administrative Management, Logistics and Operations, Integrated Facilities Management, Professional Services, and Staff Support. We help our clients leverage technology and human capital to deliver their products and services seamlessly to the local and global marketplace and enhance their ability to compete against competitors both around the corner and around the world. For more about Strativia, please visit: http://www.strativia.com