The United States Agency for International Development is asking industry for input on a proposed five year, $600 million contract, according to a request for information (RFI) released July 8.
The Democratic, Responsible and Accountable Governance Project (Dragon) would provide the agency with resources and services as it works to build accountable institutions across the world and expand its anti-corruption efforts, according to the RFI.
Industry would provide assessment, research and technical assistance services as well as analysis and in areas such as budget processes or health service delivery, according to the RFI.
Companies and organizations have until July 28 to submit comments or feedback regarding the proposed contract, according to USAID. The agency will then incorporate responses to help develop a formal solicitation later.