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August 19, 2015

Basic Function of Position:

The USAID/Southern Africa REXO is responsible for providing Human Resource Management (FSN, USDH, USPSC and TCN PSCs), Information Technology/Data Management, Procurement, General Services, Property Management (both NXP and EXP), Real Property Management, Communications and Records, Travel, Facilities Management, and Motor pool services to the bilateral Mission, and to their client Missions, as appropriate.

The Computer Management Assistant works under the direct supervision of the Systems Manager. The incumbent provides user support and end user training and will be required to solve most problems with minimal assistance. The incumbent acts as a backstop to the Computer Management Specialist when he/she is not in the office. It is critical that Information Systems Security be maintained on the USAID Southern Africa network; therefore, the incumbent must at all times adhere to personnel, technical, administrative, and physical security policies and procedures when USAID Southern Africa equipment is used to support Mission and Agency objectives.

July 7, 2015

To extend information to the local market, USAID is providing a copy of the current Request for Task Order Proposal (RFTOP) on a "TB South Africa Project" (TBSAP), which is limited to 15 eligible organizations (IDIQ contract holders).

  • Please refer to the TBSAP RFTOP, attached

List of 15 IDIQ holders

June 17, 2015

Basic Function of Position:

BROTHERS FOR LIFE
June 2, 2015

Brothers for Life, in partnership with SABC Education, are launching a weekly half hour talk show on all local language radio stations of the SABC. The show, “Brothers are talking”, aims to stimulate dialogue and get men involved in preventing new HIV infections, stopping gender-based violence, and promoting responsible fatherhood.

May 20, 2015

The U.S. Embassy is pleased to introduce the 40 young South Africans who will participate in the 2015 Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders.

May 19, 2015

The Strategic Information Team, responsible for routine Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E), Health Information Systems (HIS), surveys/surveillance and implementation science (SSIS) activities within the Health Office and the larger PEPFAR portfolio. The use of these data vary from informing program design, to setting appropriate programmatic targets, to supporting indicators for the purpose of monitoring activities, and to conducting data analyses for a range of descriptive and evaluative purposes. 

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