USAID has awarded DIG a contract under the Water and Development II (WADI II) Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ). DIG is a small business set-aside prime holder of the award, which has an overall ceiling price of US$ 400 million with a seven-year performance period (2022-2029).
Under the WADI II IDIQ, USAID Missions and Bureaus can receive assistance to support the implementation of the Agency’s Water and Development Plan. The WADI II IDIQ covers a wide array of cross-cutting technical areas: 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 responsive and adaptive management support; knowledge management, information sharing, cooperation and coordination; commodity procurement; and performance monitoring, evaluation and learning (reserved for small business set-asides). Illustrative sub-sectors include water resources management; water, sanitation, and hygiene; resilience, nutrition, and food security; environment; economic growth and energy; democracy and governance; innovation, research, and evaluation; knowledge management; and policy analysis.
DIG’s WADI II consortium comprises DT Global, The Nature Conservancy, Catholic Relief Services, IOS Partners, the University of New Mexico, Crown Agents, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.