Integra holds three prime contract vehicles to provide technical assistance through USAID and MCC, in the areas of ICT4D, development analytics, economic growth, environment and natural resource management, agriculture, and food security. Through these vehicles, we conduct strategic and operational analyses, design and implement organizational management solutions, and build effective partnerships with global and local, and public and private organizations. In addition, Integra is also a member to several consortia under other contract vehicles. For more information on current vehicles, please select a vehicle below:
- CARANA Corporation
- Colorado State University
- Conservation Biology Institute
- Conservation International
- Environmental Law Institute
- Management Systems International
- The QED Group
To learn more about how Integra can support USAID under the REPLACE IDIQ, please view our capabilities here.
- Building and maintenance of a global ICT4D portal with 11 sectoral subdomains, active blogs, and a document repository holding thousands of references.
- Production of a series of “Tech Talks” within USAID focusing on various ICT applications in development. The aim was to expose Washington bureaus to new applications for ICT that would be relevant to their development projects.
- Development of an assessment methodology to evaluate the ICT enabling environment in a country, and implemented it in Guatemala and Colombia, among others.
- Creation and implementation worldwide of a system to evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of telecommunications universal service funds. We also refined and promulgated a 9-step system for universal service fund development.
- Management of a relationship with Intel Corporation that led to the co-hosting of 10 workshops around the world on universal access to broadband over a four- year period.
- Growth Diagnostics and Constraints Analysis
- Program design in the area of legal, business, and regulatory environment reform
- Sector-specific analyses that identify the policy constraints to sector growth.
- Monitoring and evaluation
- Public sector capacity building, including strategic planning, public-private partnerships, organizational and training interventions.
- Economic analysis – including distributional welfare analysis, sensitivity analysis, and cost benefit analysis.
- Trade, private sector development, and export promotion
- Social and Gender analysis and project implementation, to include gender integration plans, gender analysis, training, and program development.
Integra won this BPA in large part due to its successful work with MCC in the area of Constraints Analysis in Niger in 2012, and its large pool of recognized experts in the above areas. We look forward to supporting MCC projects around the world under this contract vehicle.
Integra is a member of the Engility consortium under the REPLACE IDIQ. For more information on this contract vehicle please click on the REPLAC IDIQ drop down above.
Integra is a member of the Carana Corporation consortium under the MCC BPA. For more information on this contract vehicle, please see MCC’s Blanket Purchase Agreement above.
Integra is a member of the Engility consortium under the WADI IDIQ. Under WADI the consortium will provide a range of technical services, including multi-year projects, to USAID/Washington bureaus and USAID missions worldwide. The focus of this work will be to promote food security and advance development through improvements to water, supply, sanitation and hygiene, and the sound management of water.
Integra is a member of the DAI consortium under the Youth Power IDIQ. Designed to bring USAID’s Youth in Development Policy to life—emphasizing youth engagement and cross-sector collaboration, while approaching youth holistically in the context of their families, communities, and countries—YouthPower will tackle diverse design and implementation issues, with a lens on young people as decision makers and problem solvers.
Integra is a member of the AMEX consortium under the Monitoring and Evaluation IDIQ.
Integra is a member of the RTI consortium under the the Making Cities Work IDIQ. Making Cities Work aims to improve urban and local governance worldwide through short-term and long-term technical services and capacity building in the areas of public service delivery with an emphasis on transportation, water, and sanitation; autonomy, transparency, responsiveness and accountability of urban and local government; environmental management; disaster preparedness, response, and recovery; and urban and local government finance, creditworthiness, and borrowing. The RTI-led consortium includes leading institutions advancing evidence-based approaches to address the challenges of urbanization. They engage national and subnational governments, civil society organizations, and the private sector in demand-driven solutions that change regulations and practices to reduce insecurity, poverty and environmental degradation.
Integra is a member of the Mendez England and Associates consortium under the HICD Pro IDIQ. Under this five-year contract the consortium will provide USAID Bureaus and Missions throughout the world with a wide range of services and technical support related to human and institutional capacity development (HICD).
Integra is a resource firm to the RTI International consortium under the SWIFT IV IQC. The objective of this IQC is to provide the Office of Transition Initiatives (OTI) with the means to support U.S. foreign policy objectives by helping local partners advance peace and democracy in priority countries in transition. OTI’s program team, comprised of OTI and contractor personnel, will work on the ground to provide fast, flexible, short-term assistance targeted at key political transition and stabilization needs.
This IQC is divided into two sub-IQCs that will share the overall IQC ceiling. Integra will act as a resource firm to RTI under Sub-IQC A, supporting transition programs in Africa and Latin America and the Caribbean.