Council of International Development Companies
||March 15, 2018
Noon - 2 p.m.
(4401 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, VA 22203)
We are currently at capacity for attending this event in person. You can still register to participate via teleconference.
Four representatives from USAID will attend as part of a Listening Session on issues related to Procurement Reform at the agency. Member companies are asked to submit written responses to the following six questions to PSC’s VP for International Development Affairs, Paul Foldi, by COB Friday March 9. Seating will be limited. No more than 1 per member, please.
- What are promising models of program design and procurement that emphasize a field-driven focus?
- What are promising models of program design and procurement that are more results-driven?
- What are promising models of program design and procurement that strengthen local capacity?
- What are promising models of program design and procurement that would allow USAID become more effective in fragile states or non-permissive environments?
- How do you suggest that USAID better work with the private sector and leverage private-sector resources, and what are some successful examples/models the Agency should examine?
The PSC Council of International Development Companies (CIDC) creates a dynamic, sustainable advocacy platform for U.S. development companies. The CIDC engages in thought leadership and high-level dialogue with various U.S. federal agencies and stakeholders involved in implementing U.S. foreign assistance programs through monthly committee meetings, an annual conference and other special events. In addition to advocating, educating and facilitating engagement on pressing international development issues, CIDC also informs and advocates on contracting, regulatory, legislative, business process and business development issues.
Thanks to member company ICF
for sponsoring this meeting.
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