New Award - El Salvador Regional Trilateral Cooperation Support (RTCS) Project

On August 1, 2016, IBTCI was awarded the USAID-funded El Salvador Regional Trilateral Cooperation Support (RTCS) Project. RTCS seeks to increase cooperation amongst Central American countries, including Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Peru and Mexico as emerging donor countries and El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and the United States. Our team of technical experts are working to increase trilateral support by facilitating collaboration in which donor countries and multilateral stakeholders promote initiatives through the provision of various forms of support. Specifically, IBTCI is leading assessments of capacity-related information, developing program support activities including the creation of learning materials, and the organization of various conferences and extra-curricular training to encourage dialogue, coordination, and stimulation of an exchange of ideas in various settings. Additionally, IBTCI is working closely with our local partner, La Fundación Salvadoreña para el Desarrollo Económico y Social (FUSADES), to implement the three year RTCS project that will run through 2019.

 

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Current IQC Contracts
  • Worldwide (MCC): Capacity Building Assessment, Training and Development, and Related Short-term
  • Support Services ID/IQ
  • Worldwide (MCC): Standby Procurement and Fiscal Agent Services
  • Worldwide (USAID): Evaluation Services IQC
  • Ukraine (EBRD): Targeted Crisis Response Framework
  • Worldwide (U.S. DoS): Monitoring and Evaluation IDIQ
  • East Africa (USAID): Evaluation Services and Program Support IDIQ
Past IQC Contracts
  • CEE and FSU (USAID): Omnibus II Indefinite Quantity Contract - Component A: Privatization
  • CEE and FSU (USAID): Omnibus II Indefinite Quantity Contract - Component B: Banking
  • CEE and FSU (USAID): Omnibus II Indefinite Quantity Contract - Component D: Capital Markets
  • Former Soviet Union (USAID): Omnibus I Privatization in the NIS
  • Jordan (USAID): Consulting Services IQC in Jordan: Privatization and Banking Activities
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