XLA Wins $25 Million IDIQ to Support USAID’s Middle East and North Africa Region
XLA has won a significant contract with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. The Indefinite Delivery/ Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract has a ceiling value of $25 million, a one-year base, and four 12-month option years.
USAID requires responsive, efficient, and reliable support services for the Middle East Regional Platform (MERP) and Missions and offices in the MENA region, including Egypt, Lebanon, Libya, Tunisia, Turkey, and Yemen. For economies to become resilient and prosper, the MENA region depends upon organizations like USAID to provide support and resolve such issues as slow economic growth, high unemployment, and scarce resources including water. XLA will directly support USAID’s mission to “end extreme poverty and promote resilient, democratic societies while advancing our security and prosperity.”
Services XLA will provide to USAID through task orders issued under the MENA Support Services IDIQ contract include support for:
- Acquisitions and assistance (A&A)
- Administrative management
- Financial management
- Technical sector support
- Program office
XLA has built a strong relationship with USAID over the last 20 years and are thrilled to extend this longstanding partnership through this important initiative.
“Our team has a proven track record of executing successful projects in similar environments, and our qualified expert staff are at the heart of the success.”, XLA Chief Executive Officer and President Gary Slack said.
If you are interested in opportunities supporting USAID and its mission refer to XLA’s www.globalcorps.com website for job openings.