USAID/Georgia Evaluation Mechanism Indefinite Quantity Contract – ME&A
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USAID/Georgia Evaluation Mechanism Indefinite Quantity Contract

Project Snapshot

CLIENT: U.S. Agency for International Development Mission to Georgia

COUNTRY: Georgia

PRACTICE AREAS: Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning


TIME PERIOD: 2013 TO 2018

Georgia IQC evaluations of USAID/Georgia programs


The USAID Mission in Tbilisi, Georgia, awarded ME&A a five-year Indefinite Quantity Contract (IQC) to conduct external, independent performance and impact evaluations.


ME&A with its partners provided evaluation and assessment services under the Country Development Cooperation Strategy. The overall goal of the strategy was Georgia’s democratic, free-market, Western-oriented transformation strengthened and sustained. Supporting the strategy’s goal were three DOs:

  • Democratic checks and balances and accountable governance enhanced
  • Inclusive and sustainable economic growth
  • An increasingly stable, integrated and healthy society

The multi-year contract supported all three USAID DOs as well as related intermediate results (IRs).


This five-year contract was funded at $5 million.