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CRED_38:CRED Midterm Evaluation

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RFP Title: CRED Midterm Evaluation |Closing/Submission Date: Friday, April 1, 2022 by 5pm EST
RFP No: CRED_38 | Submission of Questions: Questions regarding the RFP should be submitted in writing to researchgroup@ocdc.coop no later than Wednesday, March 16, 2022 at 5:00pm EST. OCDC will send answers to questions to all registered parties Monday, March 21, 2022 by 5:00pm EST.

Registration for Information: To ensure you receive any modifications to the RFP, send an email to researchgroup@ocdc.coop requesting that you or your organization be added to the distribution list.

Instructions for Submission of Proposals: In order for a proposal to be considered, one soft (electronic) copy of the complete technical and cost proposals must be delivered to OCDC’s Research Group (researchgroup@ocdc.coop) by the closing date and time specified in this RFP.

Estimated Period of Performance: The estimated period of performance is April 18 – June 20, 2022

Award: A Fixed Price Contract is anticipated. Issuance of this request for proposal does not constitute an award commitment on the part of OCDC. OCDC reserves the right to make one, more than one or no awards under this RFP. OCDC will not pay for costs incurred in the submission of a proposal. All proposals will be evaluated based on their responsiveness to the terms of the RFP.

Evaluation Rationale: The ICRG is seeking a midterm evaluation to create and utilize significant leverage from recently completed flagship research and continue an upward trajectory toward program outputs. This is a remote based evaluation, no travel is required. We are accepting proposals from either a firm or an individual – seeking a contractor who will work in partnership with the ICRG team. CRED differs in its nature from a traditional USAID development project – even one that might be focused on policy change. Therefore, we are seeking a mid-term evaluation that draws primarily on qualitative methods, as well as on quantitative analysis in relevant areas. The evaluation findings are intended to help the ICRG to develop a range of strategic options to heighten its effectiveness under each of its pillars and strengthen its overall capacity. Specifically, the mid-term evaluation seeks to analyze and learn from:

• Results to date, including trend analysis as appropriate
• Recommendations about adjustments to the design and implementation of CRED
Download the complete RFP here.

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