Next Generation Global Health Supply Chain

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USAID is the U.S. Government’s principal implementing organization for international development assistance. USAID’s supply chain program falls under the cognizance of the Bureau for Global Health (GH). The Next Generation Global Health Supply Chain Suite of Programs (NextGen) potential future activities will work to improve the capacity of global supply chains and enhance the ability of in-country supply chains to support end-user delivery. USAID’s overarching goal is to support countries to build resilient and sustainable supply chains which deliver high quality, lifesaving pharmaceuticals and medical supplies to support the highest possible level of health and quality of life for all its citizens.

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 RELEVANT BUSINESS FORECAST INFORMATION 

This information broadly applies to the full suite of nine potential awards. More specific information on each of the potential awards are provided in more detail below.     

NAICS Code: N/A
Fiscal Year of Action: 2021
Last updated: 3/13/2020
Operating Unit: Office of the Assistant Administrator (AA/GH)
Sector: Global Health
A&A Specialist / POC: N/A
Forecast Status Change: N/A
Award/Action Type: TBD
Solicitation Number: N/A
Small Business Set-Aside: TBD
Anticipated Solicitation Release Date: 10/05/2020
Anticipated Award Date: 6/28/2021 


Control Tower Platform
This Next Generation Global Health Supply Chain Suite of Programs (NextGen GHSC) award will provide visibility of commodities procured through the Next Generation Global Health Supply Chain Suite of Programs: Procurement Service Agent (PSA HIV), Procurement Service Agent Diagnostics, Procurement Service Agent Malaria, and Procurement Service Agent Family Planning and Reproductive Health, Maternal and Child Health and Nutrition, and Other Health Element procurements, as they move through the procurement and delivery cycle. Through this award, it is anticipated, but is subject to change, that the NextGen GHSC awards will track orders and manage performance of their individual program supply chains within this common platform with separate security access and control given to users.

Estimated Value: 10 year award budget range $100,000,000 to $299,990,000 


In-Country Logistics (ICL)
The award(s) will be part of the Next Generation Global Health Supply Chain Suite of Programs. It will provide in-country delivery that may not be provided under the Next Generation Global Health Supply Chain Suite of Programs: Procurement Service Agent (PSA) awards, resulting from country and/or program-specific needs. The awardee must coordinate with other awardees under the program.

Estimated Value: 10 Year award budget range $1,100,000,000 to  $1,490,000,000


Procurement Service Agent Family Planning and Reproductive Health, Maternal and Child Health and Nutrition and Other Health Elements (PSA FP/RH, MCHN)
This award will be one award in the Next Generation Global Health Supply Chain Suite of Programs. It will provide procurement and related services for family planning/reproductive health and other health commodities encompassing different functions of the supply chain (e.g., category management, strategic sourcing, supplier management, transactional procurement and demand planning). The PSA will provide global freight, warehousing, and delivery services for commodities purchased under this award. The awardee must coordinate with other awardees under the program.

Estimated Value: 10 Year award budget range $1,000,000,000 to $1,490,000,000


Procurement Service Agent HIV focused (PSA HIV)
This award will be one award in the Next Generation Global Health Supply Chain Suite of Programs. It will provide procurement and associated supply chain services for HIV/AIDS health commodities excluding HIV/AIDS diagnostic and lab commodities encompassing the required procurement functions of a supply chain (e.g., category management, strategic sourcing, supplier management, demand planning and procurement delivery). The PSA will negotiate incoterms with vendors for delivery of commodities into country, and, in exceptional cases, procure logistics services for commodities purchased under this award to ensure timely delivery. The awardee must coordinate with other awardees under the program.

Estimated Value: 10 year award budget range $4,600,000,000  


Procurement Service Agent Lab, Diagnostics, and Molecular (PSA Diagnostics)
This award will be one award in the Next Generation Global Health Supply Chain Suite of Programs. It will provide procurement and associated supply chain services for HIV/AIDS lab, diagnostic and molecular commodities encompassing different functions of a supply chain (e.g., category management, strategic sourcing, supplier management, demand planning and procurement). The PSA will negotiate incoterms with vendors for delivery of commodities into country, and, in exceptional cases, procure logistics services for commodities purchased under this award to ensure timely delivery. The awardee must coordinate with other awardees under the program.

Estimated Value: 10 year award budget range $2,000,000,000 to  $2,490,000,000


Procurement Service Agent Malaria (PSA Malaria)
This award will be one award in the   Next Generation Global Health Supply Chain Suite of Programs. It will provide procurement and supply chain services for malaria health commodities. It will encompass different services within the procurement as-a-service value chain (e.g., category management, strategic sourcing, supplier management, transactional procurement and demand planning). It will provide a robust information system to support operations and performance improvement. The PSA will negotiate incoterms with vendors for delivery of commodities to country, and, as needed, provide freight and warehousing for commodities purchased under this award. The awardee must coordinate with other awardees under the program. 

Estimated Value: 10 year award budget range $3,194,994,558


Quality Assurance (QA) Award
This award, a component of the Next Generation Global Health Supply Chain Suite of Programs, will serve as the primary vehicle through which USAID will help assure the quality of health commodities procured in support of global health programs, purchased under the Next Generation Global Health Supply Chain Suite of Programs: Procurement Service Agent (PSA HIV), Procurement Service Agent Diagnostics, Procurement Service Agent Malaria, and Procurement Service Agent Family Planning and Reproductive Health, Maternal and Child Health and Nutrition, and Other Health Elements. The awardee must coordinate with other awardees under the program.

Estimated Value: 10 year award budget range $100,000,000 to $299,990,000


Risk Management and Mitigation
This Next Generation Global Health Supply Chain Suite of Programs award(s) will identify and mitigate supply chain vulnerabilities and potential risks both globally and locally, including fraud, abuse and/or misuse, counterfeit, and diversion of products and financial resources. It will also verify second and third tier suppliers and other vendors subcontracted under the other awards under the Next Generation Global Health Supply Chain Suite of Awards to improve supply chain integrity and security. The awardee(s) must coordinate with other awardees under the program.

 Total Estimated Value: 10 year award budget range $25,000,000 to $49,990,000


Supply Chain Technical Assistance
The award(s) will be part of the Next Generation Global Health Supply Chain Suite of Programs. Award(s) may be issued under the GSA schedule. The mechanism(s) will provide a comprehensive array of technical assistance services to improve operational excellence in the performance of country supply chains and improve the availability of health commodities to meet the needs of today’s populations as well as support countries on their journeys to self-reliance to meet the needs of tomorrow’s populations. Investments may include, but are not limited to, support and strengthen warehousing, distribution, quantification, forecasting, procurement, transportation, and information systems with the mandate to achieve country led and managed supply chain systems. The award(s) will also provide support to refocus the role of country governments from supply chain operators to stewards of product availability and security. This includes leveraging the broader landscape of country capacities, including increased use of private sector, to improve supply chain performance and client experience. Awardee(s) will demonstrably build capacities for country leadership and governance to create strong stewardship of country supply chains as well as supply chain regulatory oversight, product and patient safety, health commodity financing and resource mobilization, and human resources for supply chain excellence. The awardees must coordinate with other awardees under the program.

Total Estimated Value: 10 year award(s) budget range is $2,000,000,000 to $2,490,000,000

Last updated: July 24, 2020

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