The U.S. Agency for International Development is in the midst of a major reform process intended to help locally led organizations win more funding.
USAID has shared numerous online resources to help organizations become a “new partner” and engage in USAID’s procurement. But it remains a complex process. It’s important to know what types of funding USAID offers, when that funding is on offer, and what you need to provide to make a successful bid.
To help, Devex has compiled a glossary comprising the most used and least understood terms in USAID procurement, as well as where they might appear.
Download your free copy to unravel the numerous acronyms and USAID-specific terminology, and learn:
- How USAID shares its priorities
- Engagement approaches
- Funding mechanisms
- Terminology for proposals
This funding report is for:
- Business development professionals
- Resource Mobilization officers
- Fundraising and grant managers
- Strategic partnership professionals
- Procurement specialists
- Business/market analysts
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