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USAID partners with organizations through an acquisition (contract) or assistance (grant or cooperative agreement) award, depending on the type of work, the purpose of the funding, and the nature of the relationship between the Agency and the implementing partner. 

Awards for either acquisition or assistance awards typically include indicators and results, budget, and other terms and conditions applicable to the work performed under the award. 

We expect our development partners to achieve high performance and partner with us to provide sustainable development solutions to beneficiaries in the countries we work in around the world.

See Our Process diagram for a comprehensive overview of the main steps in USAID's Acquisition & Assistance award process.

Contact us at vietnam.partnerships@usaid.gov if you have questions or need additional information.

Download "The USAID Grant & Contract Process: A Basic Guide" here. [PDF, 713.02 kb]

Read about unsolicited proposals.

USAID/Vietnam is seeking proposals from qualified organizations to provide technical assistance to strengthen human, organizational, and systems capacity to lead the national HIV and AIDS responses and deliver innovative enhancements in HIV and AIDS services in Vietnam. Details for this RFP are located here: https://www.fbo.gov/spg/AID/OM/THA/RFP-SOL-440-16-000002/listing.html
Offerors must submit technical and cost-related questions concerning this RFP to Ms. Praveena ViraSingh at pvirasingh@usaid.gov and Mr. Daniel Harter at dharter@usaid.gov no later than 8:00 am Hanoi local time, November 16, 2015. Questions will be responded to through a formal amendment to the solicitation after the pre-proposal conference on November 30, 2015. Details of the pre-proposal conference will be provided to interested parties who register by November 18, 2015 at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1NWkv9P9hXHq2e4cGynj3Sp3w8wxlbtnWhCZUyKJR9AM/viewform
Partnerships for Enhanced Engagement in Research (PEER): PEER invites developing country researchers to apply for financial support for research and capacity-building activities in partnership with U.S. scientists sponsored by nine federal science agencies. U.S. federal science agencies participating in the PEER program include: the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Institute of Health, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Science Foundation, U.S. Department of Agriculture including the Agricultural Research Service, National Institute of Food and Agriculture, and Forest Service, U.S. Geological Survey, and the Smithsonian Institution. General technical areas funded include, but are not limited to, water resources management, climate change, biodiversity, energy, disaster mitigation, nutrition, maternal and child health, and infectious diseases. Pre-Proposal Deadline: January 15, 2016.  For more information, visit: http://go.usa.gov/caw83.

PEER's Special Call for Proposals: Vietnamese Biodiversity: Among other special focus areas, this 5th cycle of the PEER program includes a special call for proposals addressing biodiversity in Vietnam. While Vietnam is the priority, in cases where the research involves transboundary considerations, research teams are encouraged to look for collaborators in neighboring countries. Projects should also ensure that programmed activities involve and benefit both women and men and, when feasible, address the underlying, gender-based constraints present in biodiversity conservation. For more information, visit: http://go.usa.gov/caw8J

REQUEST FOR INFORMATION (RFI)Regional Innovation Mechanism: USAID Regional Development Mission for Asia (USAID/RDMA) is posting this Request for Information (RFI) to collect details concerning the interest, capability, and market information related to the enclosed concept note entitled "Regional Innovation Mechanism"; to provide public information to any parties interested in USAID's support for encouraging a more collaborative, participatory innovation ecosystem across Asia; and to gather comments on the scope and realism of the proposed activity.

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Last updated: November 20, 2015

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