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The Development Innovations Group (DIG) is committed to providing quality services to the U.S. Government, missions and host government entities. DIG, a small business, can be funded under various government mechanisms, including indefinite quantity contracts (IQCs), Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts, other types of contracts, and cooperative agreements.

Helping Access Basic Infrastructure Technical Assistance and Training (HABITAT) IDIQ

Donor:United States Agency for International Development (USAID)

Prime Contractor: Development Innovations Group

Duration: 2014-2019

Ceiling Amount: $650,000,000

Scope of Work: The HABITAT IDIQ responds to USAID’s global vision of providing technical services, training, and capacity-building for the purpose of improving urban and local governance. HABITAT will work across five focus areas: 1) improving public service delivery with an emphasis on transportation, water, and sanitation; 2) improving government autonomy, transparency, responsiveness, and accountability; 3) enhancing the ability of urban and local governments to adapt to climate change and improve environmental management practices; 4) improving urban and local governance disaster preparedness, response, and recovery; and 5) improving governmental finance, creditworthiness, and borrowing capabilities. DIG serves as the prime contractor on this global facility.

Consortium Partners: CEEPCO Contracting; DAI; DevTech Systems; The Earth Institute, Columbia University; Institute for Transportation and Development Policy; International Housing Coalition; IOS Partners; LimnoTech; NUMARK Associates; PricewaterhouseCoopers; The QED Group; and Spatial Development International.

Contacts: For more information regarding this contract vehicle, please contact Marianne Carliez, HABITAT IDIQ Manager, at mcarliez@developinnovations.com; Franck Daphnis, President/CEO, at fdaphnis@developinnovations.com; Delila Khaled, Executive Vice President, at dkhaled@developinnovations.com.

Integrated Water and Coastal Resources Management Services (Water II) IQC

Donor:United States Agency for International Development (USAID)

Prime Contractor: Tetra Tech ARD

Duration: 2004-2013

Ceiling Amount: $2,000,000,000

Scope of Work: The Water II IQC will assist USAID and host countries in assessing, designing, implementing, and monitoring water and coastal resource management projects. The IQC incorporates four guiding principles: 1) promoting active participation by stakeholders in decision-making and implementation; 2) focusing watersheds as the “domain” of assessment and analysis of impact; 3) addressing water as a common good, using the economic, social, and environmental value of water as a primary allocation; and 3) acknowledging the legitimate value of ecosystem services. DIG’s role under the Water II IQC focuses on increasing and improving access to water resources. Particular expertise includes innovative financing for water and sanitation, and the development of business frameworks for fecal sludge management.

Contacts: For more information regarding this IQC, please contact Delila Khaled, Executive Vice President, at dkhaled@developinnovations.com or Tara Panek Bringle, Director of Global Program Management, at tpanek@developinnovations.com.

Central Asian Republics Microeconomic Foundations for Growth (CAR Micro) IQC

Donor:United States Agency for International Development (USAID)

Prime Contractor: The QED Group, LLC

Duration: 2011-2016

Ceiling Amount: $50,000,000

Scope of Work: This IQC aims to facilitate microeconomic reform in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan to strengthen business, infrastructure, and trade. To this end, the IQC supports micro, small and medium enterprises, agribusinesses and agri-producers to enhance economic and political stabilization. Under this IQC, DIG will leverage its global experience in building local capacity and improving access to commercial finance for micro, small, and medium enterprises.

Contacts: For more information regarding this IQC, please contact Delila Khaled, Executive Vice President, at dkhaled@developinnovations.com or Marianne Carliez, Director of Global Program Management, at mcarliez@developinnovations.com.

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