ME&A holds a seven-year, multi-award USAID Water and Development II IDIQ (WADI II) contract to forward USAID’s water security, sanitation, hygiene, and water resources management programming.
The Water and Development II IDIQ (WADI II) is the USAID Water Center’s central field support mechanism for missions and other operating units to access critical technical services in support of the U.S. Government’s Global Water Strategy; the USAID Water and Development Plan; and other USAID water policies, strategies, and priorities. As a multiple-award IDIQ, WADI II has an overall ceiling of $400 million. It is meant to be a successor – but not a direct follow-on – to the WADI IDIQ and builds on lessons learned during its implementation. ME&A was one of the holders of the WADI IDIQ from 2015 to 2020 as well as the Integrated Water and Coastal Resources Management IDIQ from 2008 to 2015.
WADI II task orders are issued in ten categories: data collection and management; assessment and analysis; strategic planning and project design; capacity building and institutional strengthening; policy, legal, regulatory, and institutional support; technical assistance and service delivery; shock response and adaptive management support; knowledge management, information sharing, cooperation, and coordination; commodity procurement; and performance monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL). MEL task orders are small business set-asides as are task orders falling below $5 million. ME&A is a small, woman-owned business and is eligible to compete for all task orders.
Chemonics is ME&A’s main subcontractor on our WADI II IDIQ as prime contractor, and ME&A is a subcontractor to Chemonics on its WADI II IDIQ as prime.
Contact: ME&A WADI II IQC Manager Moenes Youannis