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GFRC Research Services, a management consulting company, provides a range of services to benefit clients in the business to business, non-profit, professional organization, and public sectors.  Based in Nova Scotia, GFRC was founded by Kevin Randall in September 2011. Kevin has more than 15 years of combined experience with the Canadian Forces, post-secondary institutions, the federal and provincial civil service, and non-profit organizations.

Kevin’s education includes a master’s degree in public administration from Dalhousie University, and certificate programs in information privacy, project management, and a combined certificate in mediation, negotiation, and conflict resolution. Memberships with the Association of Workplace Educators of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Evaluation Society, and the International Association of Privacy Professionals are used for lifelong learning and professional networking activities.

Our services include work in: research and program evaluation, PowToon animated explainer videos, consumer & workplace privacy, and training and facilitation services.

With the ability to work on site or offsite for extended periods, working efficiently and quickly, GFRC Research Services can provide you with the specialized services you need.  Contact us today and let’s get started.  Thank you for visiting, and we look forward to hearing from you.



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“…Very impressive pieces of work that will guide us with confidence. We are very impressed with your ability to take briefly stated objective, capture their intent and promptly deliver on-target material. The presentation of the information is rich in content yet structured to be easily understood. These reports are already becoming our go-to reference tools!”

Leslie McLean, Chair of the Board of Directors, Brunswick Street Mission, Halifax, Nova Scotia

“…Very resourceful and [GFRC Research Services] thought of data sources that had not occurred to me before. The final report was of high quality and [GFRC Research Services] added additional optional resources, that were not asked for, to aid others in understanding the detail that the report contained.”

John Peach, Executive Director, The John Howard Society Of Nova Scotia, Halifax, Nova Scotia