Ocean Transportation

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On this page, you will find opportunities for doing business under USAID's food aid program. These opportunities will be directed at firms that supply ocean transportation and related services. Visit USAID Procurement Announcements for:

  • Ocean Transportation Requests for Proposals (RFP)
  • Procurement information bulletins
  • Award results

Current as well as previous contract awards issued in the past six months are listed. In addition to RFPs for direct USAID contracts, you will also find RFPs issued by Private Voluntary Organizations that participate in the P.L. 480 Food for Peace Title II program.

You can also find general information about the P.L. 480 Title II program and "Notices to the Trade," program participants and several links to other agencies' related websites. The Ocean Freight Reimbursement (OFR) Program is the oldest ongoing Private Voluntary Organization (PVO) support program, allowing recipients to ship a wide variety of goods overseas for use in privately funded development and humanitarian assistance programs. The Denton Program allows private U.S. citizens and organizations to use space available on U.S. military cargo planes to transport humanitarian goods, such as clothing, food, medical and educational supplies, and agricultural equipment and vehicles, to countries in need.

Cargo Preference Statistics

These cargo preference statistics represent the tonnage amount and percentage of P.L. 480 Title I food aid cargo shipped on U.S. and foreign flag vessels for USAID's Food for Peace Program. Click below to view.

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For additional information contact the USAID Transportation Division.

Download "The USAID Grant and Contract Process: A Basic Guide"  here.  [PDF, 713.02 kb]

Food Aid Web Based Form

Freight forwarders can now use the web-based form to enter the Bill of Lading information contained in their records. Please click here to access the Web Form.

Last updated: December 20, 2013

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