Effective Partnering and Procurement Reform
|Randy Tift, Senior Advisor, Bureau for Management, Office of Acquisition and Assistance|
|Mark Walther, Director, Bureau for Management, Office of Acquisition and Assistance|
Goal Statement: To advance collaboration and co-creation in USAID’s approaches to partnering and procurement (i.e., designing programs from solicitation through to implementation) to move beyond a traditional business model and embrace new partners and innovative solutions to development and humanitarian challenges. By September 30, 2019, USAID will have increased the use of collaborative partnering methods and co-creation within new awards by 10 percentage points, measured by percentage of obligated dollars and procurement actions.
Goal Action Plans & Progress Updates