Broad Mission Announcement (BMA) for USAID/Mexico Partnerships to Improve Citizen Security, Justice, Human Rights, Good Governance and Environmental Sustainability

Funding Agency:
US Agency for International Development

This Broad Mission Announcement (BMA) seeks opportunities for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to co-create, co-design, co- invest, and collaborate in basic and applied research and development that supports Government of Mexico efforts for improved citizen security, justice, human rights, good governance and environmental sustainability (Development Objectives), which are outlined in USAID/Mexico’s Country Development Cooperation Strategy1 . In accordance with additional Critical Problem Addenda that will be issued under the BMA, organizations and companies are invited to participate with USAID in activities, innovations, and technologies that further these Development Objectives. 

The response date, as well as instructions to responders, is established by individual Critical Problem Addenda to this BMA. The open period for this BMA is two years from the date of issuance. Please note, as described above, responses to this BMA will be requested by individual Critical Problem Addenda. Issuance of this BMA is not a request to receive information from interested parties

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Areas of Interest

Addendum 1 to USAID/Mexico Broad Mission Announcement (BMA) Nos. RFA-523-16-000001 (for assistance) and SOL-523-16-000003 (for acquisition) Title: “Supporting the Government of Mexico’s Transparency Goals”

USAID/Mexico seeks Expressions of Interest from individuals, organizations, and consortia/partnerships that would like to share innovative approaches to solving the Key Objective outlined below. 

Expressions of Interest may come from individuals, the public and nongovernmental sectors (international or local organizations, foundations, universities, etc.), and the private sector. Please note that USAID welcomes Expressions of Interest from entities or individuals who also seek to contribute ideas to the co-creation process, but who will not necessarily obtain funding from the U.S. Government. 

KEY OBJECTIVE: The Government of Mexico (GOM) is committed to transparency, accountability and reduced corruption. This project seeks to bring together various actors and stakeholders to increase transparency, promote accountability, and complement the GOM’s national anti-corruption program (http://www.programaanticorrupcion.gob.mx/). 

Expressions of Interest must be received by close of business February 29, 2016

Funding Type

Grant

Eligibility

Faculty

Category

Environmental & Life Sciences
International Opportunities
Social Sciences

External Deadline

February 29, 2016