The USAID policy for Unsolicited Proposals for contracts can be found in ADS Chapter 302, USAID Direct Contracting, section 302.3.4.2. Consult Guidelines for Submitting Unsolicited Contract Proposals for further information.
Guidance on unsolicited grants and cooperative agreements is provided in ADS Chapter 303, Grants and Cooperative Agreements to Non-Governmental Organizations, section 303.3.5.5, “Unsolicited Concept Papers and Applications.” Learn more about "the USAID Grant and Contract Process: A Basic Guide" here.
Unsolicited requests are those submitted to USAID for an award by an applicant solely on his or her initiative, without prior formal or informal solicitation by USAID.
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OFFRES NON SOLLICITÉES
La politique de l’USAID relative aux Offres non sollicitées figure dans le règlement ADS Chapter 302, Attribution des Contrats de l’USAID, section 302.3.4.2. Pour en savoir plus, consulter les Instructions pour soumettre des propositions d’offres non sollicitées (Guidelines for Submitting Unsolicited Contract Proposals).
Request for Information Career Centers
The United States Government, represented by the Agency for International Development (USAID) Morocco is seeking comments on a draft Statement of Work (SOW) for a planned activity under the Youth Employability Project. USAID/Morocco plans to issue a Request for Proposals (RFP) within the next few weeks. This draft SOW presents current objectives and key elements. INSTRUCTIONS: Interested parties are requested to submit comments, questions, answers to the questions listed on page 8 of this RFI, and statement of interest in the upcoming RFP to the Senior Acquisition and Assistance Specialist for USAID/Morocco, Najia Mesfioui, at email@example.com and Ralph Koehring, Director of Procurement for USAID/Egypt, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Information should be submitted electronically by email in either Adobe Acrobat or Microsoft Word. The Government is not responsible for any format changes due to the use of a newer version of Microsoft Office.
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USAID/Morocco Career Developement Activity
This Statement of Work (SOW) is designed to implement a four-year contract, with a possible one‐year extension, for the USAID Career Development Activity (CDA) in Morocco. The CDA is central to advancing USAID/Morocco's broader goal of increasing the employability of young Moroccans. Through this effort, USAID seeks to increase access to quality employability services in Morocco for university and vocational school students and recent graduates. The Career Development Activity will have two components including the establishment of a series of career development centers and the incorporation of work readiness training into the Moroccan tertiary education system. In implementing the CDA, the Contractor shall work with USAID/Morocco staff, other USAID implementing partners, the Government of Morocco's Ministry of Higher Education, Scientific Research and Executive Training (MHE), the Ministry of National Education and Vocational Training (MNE), the private sector, business associations and other donors present in the field of workforce development.
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Last updated: July 10, 2014