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 collaboration and co-creation partnering methods within new awards by 10 percentage points, measured by percentage of obligated dollars and procurement actions.
Goal Action Plans & Progress Updates