The U.S. Agency for International Development has selected six companies for the second phase of a potential $250 million contract to provide missions and operating units with risk assessment, capacity strengthening for local actors and third party monitoring support services.
USAID received 11 offers for Phase 2 of the Compliance and Capacity Support for Diverse Partnerships indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, according to an award notice published Thursday.
The CCSDP IDIQ contract has an ordering period of five years and seeks to ensure that nontraditional, local partners and governments have the resources and capabilities to act as prime partners for USAID programs.
The contract was competed as a total small business set-aside program.
The awardees are:
- Democracy International
- Environmental Incentives
- Making Cents International
- Panagora Group