From the American People
Activities in USAID/Afghanistan are implemented through contracts, grants, and cooperative agreements with American, Afghan, and international nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and contractors through several basic instruments:
Contracts are used when the principal purpose is to acquire supplies or services for the direct benefit or use of USAID or any other federal government entity; or USAID determines in a specific instance that the use of a contract is appropriate; and USAID plans to exercise a substantial degree of operational control.
Cooperative agreements are used when the principal purpose is the transfer of money, supplies, services, or anything of value to the recipient in order to accomplish a public purpose of support; and substantial involvement is anticipated between USAID and the recipient during implementation of the activity.
Grants are used when the principal purpose is the transfer of money, supplies, services, or anything of value to the recipient in order to pursue its stated program, and substantial involvement is not anticipated between USAID and the recipient during implementation of the activity.
List of Interested Parties for the Women In Transition IQC RFP
2012 10 21 - WIT-presentation
Women In Transition_DRAFT_IQC_RFP
Industry Day Conference-Notes
RFQ Number: SOL-306-13-000010Issuance Date: November 21, 2012Question Date: November 26, 2012, 3:00 P.M. Local (Kabul time)Closing Date: December 06, 2012, 3:00 P.M. Local (Kabul time)
This procurement is for professional services to conduct an Agricultural Geospatial Information System (AGIS) program to provide baseline data collection and analysis focusing on variables that permit counter factual analysis of program outcomes. Please see the Attachment, Request for Quotations for details.
Agricultural Geospatial Information System (AGIS) Program
SOL-306-13-000010 Amendment 2 - Postponement Notice
Question Deadline: April 29, 2013
The United States Government, represented by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), Afghanistan Office of Acquisition and Assistance (OAA) in conjunction with the USAID/Afghanistan Office of Agriculture (OAG), intends to award two new Cost-Plus Fixed Fee (CPFF) completion type contracts for the Regional Agricultural Development Program (RADP) – North and West regions in Afghanistan. No more than one contractor will be designated to a geographic area; however, one contractor may be awarded both contracts, one covering each region. Therefore, if a contractor wants to be considered for an award in both regions, they must submit a separate proposal for each region and address each of the geographic areas as described in Section B herein. The two resultant awards are not follow-on contracts to other USAID projects.
USAID/Afghanistan, OAA invites interested and qualified United States based organizations to submit proposals in accordance with the requirements of this RFP. USAID will conduct this procurement through full and open competition, under which any type of organization (large or small commercial [for profit] firms, educational institutions, or non-profit organizations) is eligible to compete.
Proposals in response to this RFP are due by electronic mail to KabulAidOAAmailbox@usaid.gov not later than 3:00 pm, Kabul Time, on June 4, 2013.
SOL-306-13-000034 - RADP NW - 2FBO - Final for Publication
SOL-306-13-000034 - RADP NW - 2FBO - Attachment J.9 - Initial Environmental Evaluation
SOL-306-13-000034 - RADP NW - 2FBO - Attachment J.10 - SF - LLL, Disclosure of Lobbying
SOL-306-13-000034 - RADP NW - 2FBO - Attachment J.11 - SF - 294 Subcontracting Report
SOL-306-13-000034 - RADP NW - 2FBO - Attachment J.12 - Agricultural Assessment - Summary Presentation
SOL-306-13-000034 - RADP NW - 2FBO - Attachment J.13 - Agricultural Assessment - Supporting Materials - 22 April 2011
SOL-306-13-000034 - RADP NW - 2FBO - Attachment J.14 - Long-Term Growth Prospects for Wheat Production January 2012
SOL-306-13-000034 - RADP NW - 2FBO - Attachment J.15 - AVIPA Plus Wheat Seed and New Ug99 Resistant Varieties
SOL-306-13-000034 - RADP NW - 2FBO - Attachment J.16 - MAIL_Agriculture_Prospects_Report_2012 Jul8th
SOL-306-13-000034 - RADP NW - 2FBO - Attachment J.17 - Wheat Markets and Wheat Availabiltiy
SOL-306-13-000034 - RADP NW - 2FBO - Attachment J.18 - Gender Assessment of USAID Agriculture Programs Aug 2012
SOL-306-13-000034 - RADP NW - 2FBO - Attachment J.19 - Powering Agriculture Grand Challenge
SOL-306-13-000034 - RADP NW - 2FBO - Attachment J.20 - Northern Economic Corridor Study_ASMED_March 2012
SOL-306-13-000034 - RADP NW - 2FBO - Attachment J.21 - Herat Economic Corridor Study_November 2011
RFP Number: SOL-306-13-000030
Questions Date: May 09, 2013 3:00 P.M Local (Kabul Time)
Enclosed you will find the Statement of Work for services to be performed under the subject RFP No. SOL-306-13-000030 for conducting Counter Trafficking in Persons (CTIP) Conference.USAID/Afghanistan anticipates issuing one purchase order with a firm fixed-price, as a result of this request; however, USAID reserves the right to make no award from this request. Please provide a cost and technical proposal for accomplishing these services no later than the aforementioned closing date.We look forward to receiving your proposal.
RFP No SOL-306-13-00030 for Counter Trafficking in Persons Conference
RFP No SOL-306-13-000030_CTIT-Conference_MOD_01
19 May 2013
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