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Transform IDIQ

Solicitation Number: SOL-OAA-12-000074
Agency: Agency for International Development
Office: Washington D.C.
Location: USAID/Washington
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Award Notice
January 14, 2014
$60,000,000.00 Multiple Award Ceiling
Mutliple Awardees - 5 Total
Added: Jan 28, 2014 2:04 pm
This Award Notice is to announce the solicitation has been awarded to the following five contractors:

Large Business

1) Population Services International (PSI)
    DUNS Number: 040054827
    Contractor Address: 1120 19th Street, NW, Suite 600, Washington DC 20036
    Award Number: AID-OAA-I-13-00056

2) Family Health International 360
    DUNS Number: 968456694
    Contractor Address: 359 Blackwell Street, Durham, NC 27701
    Award Number: AID-OAA-I-13-00057

3) University Research Company, LLC
    DUNS Number: 072645393
    Contractor Address: 7200 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite 600, Bethesda, MD 20814
    Award Number: AID-OAA-I-13-00059

Small Business Set Asides

4) Manoff Group LLC
    DUNS Number: 611278102
    Contractor Address: 4301 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20008
    Award Number: AID-OAA-14-00002

5) Hope Global Consulting LLC
    DUNS Number: 029227172
    Contractor Address: 930 Montgomery Street, Suite 300, San Fransisco, CA 94133
    Award Number: AID-OAA-I-13-00061

Transform IDIQ Background

USAID has awarded five indefinite delivery indefinite quantity contracts (IDIQ) to acquire innovative practices from the fields of marketing, design, and advertising for health communication programming worldwide. The project (Translating Effective Practices from Research, Marketing and Design, or Transform) provides specialized technical assistance in behavior change and communication to USAID Missions and their implementing partners, which includes rigorous monitoring and/or evaluation, documentation, and diffusion of effective practices.

USAID's Bureau for Global Health supports projects spanning reproductive health and family planning; HIV/AIDS; maternal and child health; nutrition; tuberculosis; and infectious disease. These projects seek to improve and enhance health service delivery; support for commodities and logistical management; research and evaluation; and education and communication, among other areas. For a more comprehensive description of USAID-supported health projects, review the Agency's Global Health Strategic Directions Document ( and other publically available documentation on


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