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Crimson Capital IQCs & IDIQs


Public Financial Management (PFM) IDIQ (Nathan Consortium, 2018-2023)

Crimson Capital is part of the Nathan-led consortium recently awarded a USAID Public Financial Management (PFM) indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract. PFM is designed to provide support for the public sector in countries around the globe where USAID is active. Task Orders issued through PFM will focus on: Fiscal Policy and Management; Public Financial Planning; Monetary Policy, Banking and Central Bank Operations; Trade Policy; Macroeconomic Policy; Trade and Investment; Business Enabling Environment; Labor Market Analysis and Policy; and National Income Accounting.



Making Cities Work (MCW) IDIQ (Segura Consulting Consortium, 2014 - 2019)

Crimson Capital is part of the Segura Consulting-led consortium awarded a USAID Making Cities Work (MCW) indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract. MCW is designed to deliver short- and long-term technical services, training, capacity building and equipment in areas related to improving urban and local governance. Task Orders issued through MCW focus on improved urban and local government public service delivery with an emphasis on transportation, water and sanitation; improved transparency, responsiveness and accountability of urban and local governments; enhanced ability of urban and local governments to adapt to climate change; improved urban and local government disaster preparedness, response and recovery; and improved urban and local government finance, creditworthiness and borrowing.



U.S. Trade and Development Agency - Energy IDIQ Contract Services (E3 International Consortium, 2014 -2018)

The U.S. Trade and Development Agency - Energy IDIQ is designed to provide services in East Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean, the Middle East, North Africa, Europe and Eurasia, South and Southeast Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa in multiple energy-related sub-sectors including Power Generation; Energy Efficiency; Alternative Fuels; Transmission and Distribution; and Fossil Resource Development.



Asia and Middle East Economic Growth (AMEG) contract (Chemonics International Consortium, 2013-2017)

Crimson Capital is part of a Chemonics-led consortium recently awarded the USAID Asia and Middle East Economic Growth (AMEG) contract, awarded through the GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) Financial and Business Solutions (FABS) contract. AMEG is designed to support policy and institutional reforms leading to expanded trade and investment, broad-based economic growth and poverty reduction in the region. Task Orders issued through AMEG will focus on identifying and promoting best practices in economic growth and supporting economic and financial analysis, program design and assessment.



Clean Energy Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract for Critical Priority Countries (CPCs) (Ecodit Consortium, 2013 -2018)

Crimson Capital is part of the ECODIT-led, small business consortium recently awarded the USAID Clean Energy IDIQ contract for Critical Priority Countries (CPCs). The Clean Energy contract is designed to support improved access to reliable and affordable clean energy, improved regulation and governance in the energy sector, to demonstrate the use of innovative and more efficient technologies and business models, and to assist developing countries in making the transition to a low carbon development trajectory. Task Orders issued through the Clean Energy contract will focus on Clean Energy; Climate Change; Energy Poverty; Energy Sector Governance; Energy Security; and Energy Sector Reform.



International Rule of Law Technical Assistance Services Indefinite Quantity Contract (ROL IQC) (AMEX International consortium 2013 2018)

The ROL IQCs purpose is to support USAIDs global activities in development of the rule of law, and the promotion and protection of human rights throughout the world. This IQC will also help USAID to implement measures to ensure adherence to the principles of supremacy of law, equality before the law, accountability to the law, fairness in the application of the law, separation of powers, participation in decision-making, legal certainty, avoidance of arbitrariness, and procedural and legal transparency.



Clean Energy IDIQ for non-Critical Priority Countries (non-CPCs) (Ecodit Consortium, 2012 -2017)

Crimson Capital is part of the ECODIT-led, small business consortium recently awarded the USAID Clean Energy IDIQ contract for non-Critical Priority Countries. The Clean Energy contract is designed to support improved access to reliable and affordable clean energy, improved regulation and governance in the energy sector, to demonstrate the use of innovative and more efficient technologies and business models, and to assist developing countries in making the transition to a low carbon development trajectory. Task Orders issued through the Clean Energy contract will focus on Clean Energy; Climate Change; Energy Poverty; Energy Sector Governance; Energy Security; and Energy Sector Reform.



Financial Sector Blanket Purchase Agreement (Chemonics International Consortium, 2004-2019)

A follow on to the Financial Services IQC, the Financial Sector Blanket Purchase Agreement (FS BPA) was issued under the GSA's Financial and Business Solutions schedule. Functional areas include: policy, legal, and regulatory frameworks; bank and non-bank intermediation, bank supervision, and bank restructuring; capital and credit market development and regulation; and research and information dissemination.

Under FS BPA, Crimson works through subcontracts to Chemonics International to implement the Development Credit Authority and Utilization Task Order and the Financial Sector and Knowledge Sharing (FS SHARE)Task Order.

The purpose of the Development Credit Authority and Utilization Task Order is to provide technical assistance to support USAID missions in developing Development Credit Authority programs. This involves completing market assessments, analyzing the borrowing sector, writing action packages and developing and providing trainings as necessary. The purpose of the FS SHARE Task Order is to identify financial sector best practices and share these with USAID missions. The FS SHARE TO aims to increase access to financial services and to develop well functioning financial markets.



SEGIR Global Business Trade and Investment II, (Chemonics International Consortium, 2007 - 2013)

The Global Business Trade and Investment II (GBTI II) IQC was a multi-purpose mechanism that USAID missions used to support many types of development activities, including the design of business development strategies and activities; institutional development; trade and economic reform programs; competitiveness activities; value chain integration and promotion of legal and regulatory reform.



SEGIR Global Business Trade and Investment (GBTI) II, (Sibley International Consortium, 2007 - 2013)

Crimson is also a consortium member of the Sibley International small business GBTI II Consortium. The Global Business Trade and Investment II (GBTI II) IQC was a multi-purpose mechanism that USAID missions used to support many types of development activities, including the design of business development strategies and activities; institutional development; trade and economic reform programs; competitiveness activities; value chain integration and promotion of legal and regulatory reform.



Sustainable Urban Management II (SUM), (Urban Institute Consortium, 2004 2013)

This IQC provided short-, medium-, and long-term technical advisory and assistance services to respond to the urban development needs of USAID missions worldwide. SUM II was developed to respond to rapid urban population growth in the developing world and associated challenges. Focus areas included improved local governance, housing and land issues, environmental management, disaster preparedness and response, and improved finance and credit systems.