The sole intent is to conduct market research to determine the agency’s acquisition strategy and to determine the capability of US small businesses, as per FAR 19, to design and implement a private sector development activity to strengthen private sector capacity for sustainable economic growth through investment promotion and increased access to diversified finance in Kosovo.
All changes in the amended solicitations are highlighted for ease of reference. Attached are: The amended solicitation RFP#72016722R00009 for the USAID/Kosovo Investment Promotion and Access to Finance Activity. Answers to Questions submitted with respect to the solicitation for the USAID/Kosovo’s Investment Promotion and Access to Finance Activity.
Added: Jun 28, 2019 11:17 am Please see attached RFI, SOW and List of Questions
Product Service Code:- R706 - SUPPORT- MANAGEMENT: LOGISTICS SUPPORT NAICS Code:- 561920 - Convention and Trade Show Organizers Primary point of contact:- Direct Access Program (DAP) eRFI@va.gov Phone Number (202) 461-0000 Secondary point of contact:-
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The Department of Health and Social Services, Division of Senior and Disabilities Services, seeks proposals from eligible applicants to provide services through the Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Program. Pre-proposal teleconference is scheduled for Monday, March 2, 2020 at 2pm / Call-in number is 1-800-315-6338 , Access code is 54281.
Please contact Lawrence Papier at +1 2407771213 with questions or to receive a copy of the informal solicitation.
Pre Bid Conference: Pre Bid Conference: Bulletin Desc: Under this RFR, the Office for Refugees and Immigrants (ORI) seeks to purchase Refugee Health Promotion supports, a service component of the Massachusetts Refugee Resettlement Program (MRRP). Refugee Health Promotion (RHP) services shall be designed to coordinate access to health screening and preventive health services for Massachusetts refugees.
AgLanta Grown is a local food promotion program that will aid in increasing market access. The program also works to build a coalition of producers, consumers, and advocates to stimulate the local food economy and prioritizes farms and market gardens owned by beginning and socially disadvantaged growers in low income, low access areas of Atlanta. Additional details are provided in the scope of services.