We have many contract vehicles that allow us to work with clients. We conduct strategic and operational analyses, design and implement managed solutions, and build effective partnerships with global and local, and public and private organizations. For more information, please select from specific contracts below:
Usaid learning, evaluation and analysis project (leap iii)
LEAP III provides a mechanism for USAID field missions and bureaus to easily and cost-effectively access rigorous, independent and high-quality analytical services to support economic and policy analyses, strategy and project design, monitoring and evaluation, training, and knowledge management. LEAP III provides field support for analytical services when E3/EP staff are unavailable, or when specialized expertise in an area of analysis is required. It also provides a vehicle for USAID to support capacity building for USAID staff, partner governments and civil society counterparts. Assistance can be provided across all sectors, including economic growth, agriculture, education, women’s empowerment, environment and infrastructure.
LEAP III is implemented by Integra with the help of our partners:
Asia Emerging Opportunities (AEO) Task Order is a three-year Contract designed to provide analytical services to USAID Asia Bureau and USAID Asia Missions and will furnish the data and analysis needed to anticipate and respond to development opportunities and challenges; and will enable utilization of that data, research, and analysis in policy, strategy, and program development. AEO provides field support for analytical services when USAID/Asia Bureau or field mission staff are unavailable, or when specialized expertise in an area of analysis is required. It also provides a vehicle for USAID to support capacity building for USAID staff, partner governments and civil society counterparts.
Kenya and East Africa (KEA) Evaluation Assessments and Analyses (EAA)
The EEA contract enables USAID/KEA to implement studies, including:
Evaluation Case Studies
Cross-sector and Multi-country Evaluations.
The scope of services extends to other evaluative studies, baseline, midline and end-line sector assessments and studies, and analyses (public financial management, policy, cost-benefit, effectiveness, political economy, and diagnostic). Strengthening evaluation capacity is core to the contract objectives. Specific activities include providing training, technical assistance, preparation of guidance, handbooks, newsletters, model products, data visualization, and other tools and knowledge products for USAID staff managing and using evaluations. These services and support may include evaluability assessments, planning for, designing and implementing studies and evaluations (including logistics), assistance on evaluation utilization and dissemination, assistance on joint evaluations with other international donors, and in developing post evaluation action plans.
The required expertise is a range of traditional, innovative, and state-of-the-art research designs, methods and analysis using qualitative and quantitative approaches, as well as experimental, quasi experimental and nonexperimental designs. Additional services may include data collection and synthesis, report writing, data visualization, and planning for use and dissemination of evaluation findings among multiple stakeholders, cost benefit analysis, assessments, EAA capacity building, designing and delivering training for adult learners, and evaluating and assessing humanitarian assistance programs.
Integra holds a GSA OOCORP Professional Services Schedule (PSS) (GS-10F-083CA). This government-wide, multiple award schedule Contract enables Integra to provide a full range of consulting and business program support services to federal agencies. The vehicle is accessible to all federal agencies who may place orders directly with Integra. The schedule recognizes Integra as an authorized supplier for Special Item Numbers 541611 (Management and Financial Consulting, Acquisition and Grants Management Support, and Business Program and Project Management Services), 541620 (Environmental Consulting Services), and OLM (Order Level Materials).
Usaid climate integration support facility (cisf) blanket purchase agreement (bpa)
CISF is the Agency’s new flagship climate risk management (CRM) program designed to ensure the resiliency of USAID development activities. This five-year, multi-award Contract has an overall ceiling price of $49.9 million to provide technical and advisory services to USAID Bureaus and Missions, to integrate climate risk considerations into all of their strategies, projects, and activities globally. Under CISF, Integra is responsible for delivering targeted technical assistance through climate risk screening and assessments, with focused adaptation and mitigation planning across the full spectrum of development sectors (e.g., agriculture, livelihoods, renewables, public health, water and sanitation, urban planning). CISF will produce country, regional, and program-level climate risk profiles; trainings and facilitation for USAID staff, city planners, and other key stakeholders; and the development of tools and methodologies designed to assess potential climate risks and selection of appropriate adaptation strategies. Integra will work with E3/GCC in its role to ensure the effectiveness and consistency of CRM implementation across the agency. To meet the wide range of services anticipated under CISF, Integra has assembled a team of world-class partners:
Usaid public financial management (pfm) ii idiq - subcontractor to palladium international
USAID’s Bureau for Economic Growth, Education and Investment (E3) has initiated a Bureau-wide IDIQ mechanism as a follow-on to the existing PFM IDIQ. PFM II addresses four factors which are keys to USAID’s goal of achieving broad-based equitable economic growth including (1) increasing and expanding human capacity, (2) improving the policy environment to promote efficiency and economic opportunity for all members fo society, (3) sound management of institutions; and (4) monitoring and evaluation. Integra’s roles and tasks include:
Business enabling environment, including institutional reform diagnostics, applied Political Economy / Assessments and enabling environment analysis.
Sectoral policy analysis such as market and value chain analysis, and sector assessments.
Trade, investment and business enabling environment analysis.
Information and communications technology solutions, particularly in support of e-commerce and e-government initiatives.
Climate risk management assessments and plans.
USAID ICT for Development (ICT4D) - USAID’s Global Broadband and Innovations Program
As institutional contractors to USAID’s Office of Energy and Infrastructure, Integra strengthens USAID’s position globally in the ICT for Development (ICT4D) sphere through:
Building and maintenance of a global ICT4D portal with 11 sectoral subdomains, active blogs, and a document repository holding thousands of references.
Producing 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.
Developing an assessment methodology to evaluate the ICT enabling environment in a country, and implemented it in Guatemala and Colombia, among others.
Provisioning Public Financial Management (PFM) assessments to support governments working to expand ICT capacity to serve rural and otherwise unserved populations in Indonesia and Kenya.
Creating and implementing a worldwide 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.
Managing 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.
US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Technical and Outreach Support Services for Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Program
The EPA Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Program in the Office of Atmospheric Programs (OAP) develops and delivers data, analysis, and technical information and assistance to identify technologies and strategies for industries, states, communities and tribes to meet Clean Air Act obligations and other statutory requirements. This includes a range of activities such as managing the annual data reporting, verification and publication of greenhouse gas (GHG) data and compiling the Inventory of US Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Sinks; implementing partnership programs targeting non-CO2 GHGs; developing analysis and support related to GHG emissions, technologies, economics, science, and policy across key sectors; applying the latest GHG emissions impacts and science information in policy contexts; conducting comprehensive economic analysis of GHG and energy policies; advancing understanding of the key mitigation technologies; general policy and analysis; and coordinating communication.
Task orders under this project will include the following:
Technical Analytical Support
Data and Analysis
Policy and Program Support
Communication and Training
Development of Data Systems and Information Technology
Operation and Maintenance of Data Systems and Information Technology
GSA One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS)
OASIS and OASIS Small Business (SB) are multiple award, Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts that provide flexible and innovative solutions for complex professional services. Details of the OASIS Contract include:
Spans many areas of expertise and mission space.
Spans multiple professional service disciplines.
Allows flexibility for all contract types, including hybrids and cost-reimbursement, at the task order level.
Allows ancillary support components, commonly referred to as Other Direct Costs (ODC), at the task order level.
The core disciplines/scopes of the contracts include:
Program management services.
Management consulting services.
Integra is a sub-contractor to DEVIS on this project.
MCC Department of policy and evaluation mission support blanket purchase agreement (BPA)
MCC has a blanket purchase agreement (BPA) with Integra to acquire Monitoring and Evaluation Support services needed to accomplish its mission of helping the world’s poorest countries reduce poverty through economic growth. Integra’s partners under this contract include Mathematica and Limestone Analytics.
Usaid global broadband and innovations (gbi) program
As institutional Contractors to USAID’s Office of Energy and Infrastructure, Integra strengthens USAID’s position globally in the ICT for Development (ICT4D) sphere through the:
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.
Mcc threshold and compact blanket purchase agreement (bpa)
In June 2013, Integra was awarded a Threshold and Compact Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) to support the worldwide missions of Millennium Challenge Corporation’s Department of Policy and Evaluation (DPE) and Department of Compact Operations (DCO). The five-year agreement allows MCC to tap Integra’s expertise in the following areas:
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 (M&E)
Public sector capacity building, including strategic planning, public-private partnerships (PPPs), 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, including 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 enjoyed supporting MCC projects around the world under this Contract vehicle.
Usaid restoring the environment through prosperity, livelihoods and conserving ecosystems (replace) idiq
REPLACE was a five year Indefinite Quantity, Indefinite Delivery (IDIQ) Contract , created to support US foreign assistance objectives in the area of natural resources. With a shared ceiling of $700 million, REPLACE will be a primary vehicle for the remainder of the decade for the acquisition of professional services to USAID in a wide range of topics including: environmental services to USAID Missions, climate adaptation, sustainable forests and landscapes, coastal zone management, biodiversity conservation, food security, governance, institution building, and sustainable economic growth. Please click here to read more about our experience and capabilities in each of the aforementioned areas. The Integra REPLACE Consortium was organized to address the complex interaction between the environment, the economy, and society. Integra brought a suite of analytical, technical, and social tools to address these problems, supported by a strong team of technical partners. The Integra Consortium provided fresh perspectives and innovative responses to the world’s emerging environment and natural resource management challenges. We brought solid capacity building, organizational development, project management, and monitoring and evaluation skills to our biodiversity and natural resource management approach. Our consortium included the following team members:
Integra was a member of the Engility consortium under the REPLACE IDIQ. For more information on this Contract vehicle please click on the REPLACE IDIQ drop down above.
Monitoring and evaluation idiq subcontractor to amex
Integra was a member of the AMEX consortium under the Monitoring and Evaluation IDIQ.
Making cities work idiq subcontractor to rti
Integra was a member of the RTI consortium under the the Making Cities Work IDIQ. Making Cities Work aimed 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 included leading institutions advancing evidence-based approaches to address the challenges of urbanization. They engaged national and subnational governments, civil society organizations, and the private sector in demand-driven solutions that changed regulations and practices to reduce insecurity, poverty and environmental degradation.
Human and institutional capacity development (hicd) pro subcontractor to mendez england and associates
Integra was a member of the Mendez England and Associates consortium under the HICD Pro IDIQ. Under this five-year Contract the consortium provided USAID Bureaus and Missions throughout the world with a wide range of services and technical support related to human and institutional capacity development (HICD).
Support which implements fast transition (swift iv) resource firm to rti international
Integra was a resource firm to the RTI International consortium under the SWIFT IV IQC. The objective of this IQC was 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, worked 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.
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