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Welcome to the USAID Civic Initiatives Support Program (USAID CIS).  Here are our latest updates as of October 02, 2017:



Request for Proposal (RFP) No. 031/2017
Evaluation Support to Conduct the Legacy Assessment of the USAID Civic Initiatives Support Program's Civil Society Capacity Development Interventions



Modification #1 - Issued October 2, 2017



USAID Civic Initiatives Support Program (USAID CIS) is soliciting proposals to issue a Fixed-Price Subcontract for Evaluation Support to Conduct the Legacy Assessments of its civil society capacity development interventions. The successful offeror will carry out a series of tasks to assess the extent to which USAID CIS organizational capacity development contributed to strengthened capacity and improved performance of a selection of CSOs that received USAID CIS assistance. This subcontract will be divided into three Sub-Tasks: (1) Sub-Task #1: Internal Strengthening for Change (ISC); (2) Sub-Task #2: Grant Recipients of Capacity Support (Grantees); (3) Sub-Task #3: Societies Empowerment Fund (SEF) as described in the Request for Proposals document.



Solicitation timeline is outlined below. Email contact for this solicitation is: JordanCISprocurement@fhi360.org



Purpose of Modification #1: Deadlines in the Request for Proposals (RFP) are hereby modified in bold, underlined and in red as stated below and in the attachment here. All other terms and conditions of the RFP remain the same.



  • Page 1: Cover Page - Proposal Submission Deadline:
    Modified to: October 31, 2017 by noon (Amman time)
  • Page 3: Section B.3 CONTRACT PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE:
    Modified to: FHI 360 anticipates an award with a period of performance from January 15, 2018 to May 31, 2018
  • Page 11: Section C.1. OVERVIEW OF ACTIVITY. H. Timeline:
    Modified to: The overall estimated period of performance is January 15, 2018 to May 31, 2018
  • Page 33: Section F.1. PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE:
    Modified to: The estimated effective date for this Activity is on or about January 15, 2018 and the completion date is May 31, 2018
  • Page 33: Section F.3. ACTIVITY REPORTS AND DELIVERABLES OR OUTPUTS. Table 9: Subcontract Administration and Sub-Task Deliverables:
    Modified to: Activity Final Report due May 31, 2018
  • Page 49: Section L.2. DELIVERY INSTRUCTIONS. b. Submission of Offer:
    Modified to: The offer must be delivered via e-mail, on or before October 31, 2017 by noon
  • Page 50: Section L.2. DELIVERY INSTRUCTIONS. c. Award Timeline:
    Modified to:

    Notification of Short-Listed Offerors:November 15, 2017
    Notification of the Offeror:November 30, 2017
    Award Negotiation Period:December 1 – December 20, 2017
    Expect to Award by:January 7, 2017

The RFP is the responsibility of FHI 360 and does not necessarily reflect the views of USAID or the United States Government.



RFP#031 Capacity Development Modification 2017.10.02.docx
RFP#031 Capacity Development FINAL Sep 17 17.docx
Attachment (01) Glossary of Terms and Acronyms.docx
Attachment (02) Reference Library.zip
Attachment (03) Evaluation Design Matrix.docx
Attachment (04) Key Evaluation Activities.docx
Attachment (05) USAID CIS Result Framework.pdf
Attachment (06-1) ICAT-EN 2016 Sec 8 Inclusion Tool-Facilitator-En-Final.pdf
Attachment (06-2) ICAT-EN 2016.pdf
Attachment (06-3) IDA branded EN v20140804.pdf
Attachment (07-1) ISC I RFP Final 17.11.2013.doc
Attachment (07-2) ISC II RFP 2016.07.24.docx
Attachment (07-3) ISF Institutional Strengthening Fund APS EN.doc
Attachment (07-4) SEF RFA Final ENG 2015.12.07.docx
Attachment (08) Cost Proposal Fixed-Price Template.docx
Attachment (09) USAID CIS Branding & Marketing Plan.docx
Attachment (10) Certification of Independent Price Determination.doc
Advert - Evaluation Support RFP.doc
RFP#031 Capacity Development QAs

Civic Initiatives support Program Implementing partners according to geographic distribution and the field of implementation.



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