USAID utilizes various acquisition and assistance instruments to implement its activities.
Contracts, grants, cooperative agreements and purchase orders are some of the instruments which are negotiated and signed by USAID/Timor-Leste. These instruments provide a variety of commodities and technical assistance to support the attainment of the agency's objectives. Acquisition refers to obtaining goods and services, through various types of contracts, for the use or benefit of the Agency. Assistance refers to transferring funds (or other valuables) from USAID to another party for the implementation of programs which will contribute to the public good through the furtherance of the objectives of USAID’s service to the people of Timor-Leste.
To solicit help for its programs, USAID uses Request for Applications or Request for Proposals. USAID publishes information about these public solicitations on this internet site and on the US Government Points of Entry: www.fedbizopps.gov and www.grants.gov.
Requests by USAID Timor-Leste for Proposals and Expressions of Interest appear on this page.
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