Who We are

Clark Research & Consulting (CRC), LLC is a minority, small disadvantaged business that capitalizes on interdisciplinary acumen in engineering and mathematics to provide practical and flexible solutions for commercial and government sectors to include the Intelligence Community (IC).

About Us

Clark Research & Consulting (CRC), LLC is a minority small business that capitalizes on its interdisciplinary acumen in applied mathematics, statistics, and modeling and simulation to provide flexible and practical solutions for commercial and government sectors to include the Intelligence Community (IC). Established in 2009, CRC was formed to meet the increasing demand for innovative and flexible solutions while also providing an in-depth technical understanding of their concepts. As technology and their applications continue to evolve so do the problems, where the solution today might not be the solution tomorrow. Our solutions also connect the underlying theoretical concepts and we do our best to make sure that our customers understand this so that they can be well-prepared for their organizational needs. Furthermore, our various academic partnerships allow us to continue to be in the forefront of scientific advances so that we can continue to evolve. As a result, our products have generated much interest from various Federal Agencies including the Department of Defense (DoD), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and the Department of Justice (DoJ).

Representing approximately 20 years of experience, CRC employs the right mix of expertise from a wide variety of areas to directly meet your needs. Our mission is to continue to consistently deliver innovative and workable solutions to meet your needs. This, coupled with our competitive rates, makes CRC the right choice for providing functional, end-to-end, results. If you’re looking for applied innovation with customer satisfaction, then you’ve chosen the right partner with CRC where our motto is from theory to practice!

Recent Highlights

  • Incorporating Biological Models for Iris Authentication in Mobile Environments, U.S. National Science Foundation
  • Incorporating Biological Models in Iris Anti-Spoofing Schemes, U.S. National Science Foundation
  • Performance Analysis in Supercomputing Environments, U.S. Department of Defense