A DEVEX BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE WEBINAR
How to Subcontract with USAID
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  • subcontracting, USAID, funding
Photo by Ellie Van Houtte/USAID
For organizations looking to work with the US Agency for International Development, subcontracting may present an ideal entry point — or an opportunity to shift an existing engagement strategy.

How can organizations apply to subcontracts — and how can they be successful in these pursuits? On September 18, Devex is convening a panel of funding experts to discuss best practices for USAID subcontracting.

This one-hour webinar will cover:
  • How to apply for — and win — USAID subcontracts
  • Tips for approaching prime implementers
  • Best practices for tracking USAID procurement data
We will also save time at the end for audience questions. You may submit questions ahead of the event to webinars@devex.com.

This event is open exclusively to Devex Executive Members and those with a Tender Tracking or Business Intelligence Account. If you are not currently a member, you will be prompted to upgrade during registration

Mike Shanley
Founder and CEO, Konektid International

Mike Shanley is the Founder and CEO of Konektid International, an USAID market advisory firm, and has spent more than a decade of his career working in the USAID market both at Chemonics and with Konektid. He spent years at Chemonics working on proposal development and USAID partnering activities across five continents. He has designed and managed more than $100 million dollars in USAID projects in nearly every region where USAID works. In 2013, he left Chemonics to found Konektid, a US small business with the mission of making it easier for new partners to enter the USAID market. He has spent the last five years running Konektid and making it easier for organizations from around the globe to work with USAID.
Sophie Edwards Matthew Wolf
Development Analyst, Devex

Matthew Wolf works with Devex's Development Data team from Johannesburg in South Africa, helping improve our coverage of and insight into development work and funding around the world. He draws on work experience with Thomson Reuters in Africa, MENA and Latin America, where he helped uncover, pursue and win opportunities with local governments and donor agencies. He is interested in data-driven solutions to development challenges, results-based financing, and ICT4D.