CAMRIS Headquarters

History

 

1955

Clapp & Mayne founded in Puerto Rico as a management consulting firm.

 

1960s

Clapp & Mayne is awarded one of the first contracts with U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), marking the beginning of more than 55 years of continuous service.

 

1970s

Clapp & Mayne executes multiple USAID projects in Latin America.

 

1980s-1990s

Clapp & Mayne opens Washington office; geographic expansion of technical assistance in Latin America, Africa and Asia.

 

1997

Renaissance Information Systems is established.

 

2003

Clapp & Mayne (CAM) and Rennaisance Information Systems (RIS) join to form CAMRIS International, Inc.

 

2010

CAMRIS contract portfolio exceeds $100 million.

 

2010

CAMRIS is awarded major medical research contracts such as: Navy Omnibus III contract, Investigational Research Omnibus Contract (IROC) and Naval Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory (NAMRL).

 

2012

CAMRIS is awarded contracts to support Navy Medical Research Unit-Dayton (NAMRU-D) in environmental health and aerospace medicine.

 

2013

CAMRIS contract portfolio includes work in global health, economic development, agriculture, environment, capacity building, monitoring and evaluation, grants administration, medical research and institutional support. We open an office in Peru and begin two new projects in the country.

 

2014

We win multiple contracts in the institutional support and monitoring and evaluation practice areas.

 

2015

Former USAID Mission Director Erin Soto joins CAMRIS as Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer.

 

2015

CAMRIS is awarded the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning contract in Nepal supporting USAID.