Kimetrica was recently awarded the USAID/Kenya and East Africa (KEA) Evaluation, Assessments, and Analyses (EAA) indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract, a $37.7 million multi-award contract with a seven-year period of performance
Under the EAA IDIQ contract, Kimetrica and its partners, Social Impact, Forcier Consulting, and TANGO International, will design and implement both quantitative and/or qualitative evaluation studies, assessments, and analyses; knowledge management; and develop and deliver trainings to USAID staff, USAID implementing partners, community organizations, and national and regional government partners to support USAID EAA needs.
Kimetrica brings deep technical and sectoral expertise, administrative capacity, and a clear understanding of USAID’s work in East Africa. Since opening its regional, locally-staffed and managed offices in Kenya and Ethiopia in 2006 and 2009, respectively, Kimetrica has simultaneously managed similar contracts and analytical support services worldwide, with a focus in East Africa and countries experiencing significant transition and upheaval.
“We at Kimetrica are thrilled to have the opportunity to apply our 14 years of relevant experience in the region to this important IDIQ and its Task Orders,” said Julie Mandolini-Trummel, Kimetrica’s Head of Business Development.
For more on how to work with Kimetrica under this mechanism, contact us here.
Kimetrica provides research, evaluation, survey, information management, and modeling and simulation services for evidence-based decision-making and learning. Kimetrica works with governments and non-profit organizations to increase the impact and efficiency of their social investments, enhance accountability, manage critical risks, and build donor or taxpayer confidence. Kimetrica has successfully managed IDIQ mechanisms and more than 100 analytical and support activities, primarily in East Africa but also around the world. Kimetrica has offices in Broomfield, Colorado; Washington DC; Nairobi, Kenya; and Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Contact us to find out more.
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