Nathaniel Kulyk

Research Analyst

As a research analyst, Nathaniel Kulyk supports data collection in the public sector market through interviews and Web-based searches that help identify, qualify, and illustrate business opportunities within several federal agencies, including NASA, and the Department of Justice. Kulyk also synthesizes research findings and analysis for written and oral presentation, and ensures the delivery of timely, high-quality to customer inquiries.

Kulyk started at INPUT in May 2007 as a research associate, updating federal requirements in the Procurement Opportunities Database. He also worked with Content Operations in the development and maintenance of the federal Organizational Chart product, accurately identifying and adding more than 2,500 additional contacts and more than 1,500 biographies on high-ranking officials.

Previously, Kulyk worked as an administrative assistant at The Heritage Foundation. He also worked as special assistant to the director at the National Coalition for History, research historian at History Associates, Inc., and interned for former Congressman Phil English (3rd District of Pennsylvania).

Kulyk holds a master's degree in Public History from American University, and graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor's degree in History and minor in Political Science from Saint Vincent College.

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