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December 17, 2014

ISSUANCE DATE:   December 17, 2014

CLOSING DATE:     December 31, 2014

SUBJECT:                Solicitation No. SOL- 306-15-000011/OM for Third Country National Personal Service Contractor (TCNPSC) Human Resources Specialist

 

Ladies/Gentlemen:

The United States Government, represented by the U.S Agency for International Development (USAID), is seeking applications from qualified individuals interested in providing the TCNPSC services as described in the attached solicitation. For further information please visit http://afghanistan.usaid.gov

Submission shall be in accordance with the attached information and applications should be submitted electronically to AfghanPSCjobs@state.gov.                                                       

This solicitation will remain open until close of business of December 31, 2014.

Any questions about this solicitation may be directed to KabulAIDHR@state.gov.

 

Sincerely,

August 11, 2009
KABUL, AFGHANISTAN- Before embarking on a trip to the United States, Afghan Central Bank Governor Abdul Qadeer Fitrat told a group of Afghan banking and finance leaders today that developing mobile phone banking, through a project facilitated by the United States Government, will change the way all Afghans conduct private and public business.
 
Francis J. Ricciardone, Deputy Ambassador of the Embassy of the United States of America, offered remarks at the opening of the conference.
 
August 8, 2009

Afghanistan Income Tax Law 2009

August 5, 2009
KABUL, AFGHANISTAN- President Hamid Karzai opened the first 35 MW block of a 100 MW diesel power plant in Kabul today, significantly expanding power to the capital and surrounding area. Minister of Energy and Water Ismail Khan and U.S. Ambassador Karl Eikenberry also attended the ceremony.
 
The U.S. Government-funded Tarakhil Power Plant will provide power to approximately 200,000 residents in Kabul in its first phase. When finished later this year, the plant will provide power to more than half a million people.
 
August 5, 2009

The United States' support for Afghanistan’s energy sector is evidence of America’s extraordinary commitment to Afghanistan. We have partnered with the Afghan Government to invest in generation, transmission, and distribution systems throughout the country.  We have helped the government negotiate power purchase agreements with its neighbors.  We are working to bring in private sector investment to build a power plant for the Shibirghan gas field.  And we will eventually donate $150 million to refurbish and expand the Kajaki dam complex, which will triple power output for the 1.5 million people in the Hilmand River Valley.

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