Business Forecast

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The Business Forecast provides information about potential funding and partnership opportunities at USAID and offers partners the opportunity to engage with us early in the procurement process. The Business Forecast is issued while activities are still in the planning phase, so the information in it may change over time. 

You’ll find the most recent funding opportunities at and To receive alerts on Business Forecast updates, conference calls, and resources, sign up for the USAID Acquisition and Assistance email list.


Business Forecast Engagement

The Agency hosts a quarterly webinar to allow partners the opportunity to hear their questions answered by experts. 

First Quarter FY 2022 Business Forecast and Partner Webinar

December 16, 2021 USAID hosted its FY 2022 first quarter Business Forecast and Partner update webinar. Provided in the links below are the resources shared during the webinar. 


Important Notes on the Business Forecast:

  • The Agency's Business forecast is a look at USAID's planning for future funding opportunities. Specific funding opportunities, as well as details related to funding opportunities, are likely to change as USAID moves along the planning process. You should check the Forecast on a regular basis to ensure you have the most up to date information. 
  • Most indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) awards listed have small business prime and sub-contracting opportunities. Small businesses are encouraged to consider these solicitations.
  • The Business Forecast is updated daily with information pulled directly from the Agency’s Acquisition and Assistance (A&A) Plan, which is used by leadership, technical staff, program officers, and contracting and agreement officers to help track future actions.
  • If you have a question about a specific item on the Business Forecast, please get in touch with the point of contact listed. For general questions about the Forecast, email

Last updated: January 19, 2022

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