The U.S. Agency for International Development’s Office of Transition Initiatives (OTI) has awarded Kimetrica the Support Which Implements Fast Transition (SWIFT) 5 - Support Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Contract. USAID/OTI’s international development programs support democratic transitions and stabilization efforts in response to complex political crises.
This multi-award contract is the fifth iteration of the SWIFT IDIQ, with a five-year period of performance and a ceiling of $2.5 billion. Kimetrica is excited to be one of four small businesses to have been selected in this contract. Kimetrica’s role for this IDIQ will be to recruit and deploy long-term technical assistance personnel to advance USAID/OTI’s program operations working to effect positive change around the world.
Prior SWIFT IDIQ task orders have helped implement USAID/OTI programs and activities in multiple countries across Asia, Latin America, Europe and Africa regions in the office’s 25+ year history.
Kimetrica provides programmatic support, research, 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 run projects in over 50 countries around the world and continues to expand its reach. Kimetrica has offices in Broomfield, Colorado; Washington DC; Nairobi, Kenya; and Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Find out more at www.kimetrica.com.
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