The Government Research Bureau (GRB), established in 1939, has a distinguished history of conducting applied research on public policy and administrative issues affecting the State of South Dakota, local governments and American Indian Reservations and nonprofits.
The bureau employs the most modern and innovative analysis tools. Technical expertise is used to assist state and local government officials in the areas of economic development and policy formation.
Students interested in public service careers can apply here.
If your organization would like to work with the GRB, please contact us.
Nolan Schroader, a graduate assistant to the GRB, has recently been selected to become the City of Hot Springs City Administrator. Schroader served as the graduate research assistant for the GRB in the fall attending classes full-time.
The Government Research Bureau was recently contracted by the City of Pierre to conduct a community needs assessment survey. The survey had over 1,000 respondents from area residents.