Today, during Administrator Samantha Power’s remarks at Georgetown University, she announced the launch of the new WorkwithUSAID.org website. WorkwithUSAID.org is a globally accessible website that offers a variety of innovative services and curated tools designed to connect partners to peers and experts and help prepare them to pursue USAID funding.

Advancing diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility is at the heart of USAID’s work, including in how we partner and with whom we partner. WorkwithUSAID.org gives prospective partners a place to start, current partners a place to grow, and the Agency a place to build new partnerships.

The new WorkwithUSAID.org website is part of the Agency’s efforts to lower barriers so that all qualified entities can more easily and capably compete for USAID funding. A key component of the website is the Partner Directory, which allows organizations to create a profile and connect with others in the development community to explore forming prime and/or sub-partnerships in acquisition and assistance. Organizations can also take the Pre-Engagement Assessment to self-evaluate their readiness to compete for USAID funding. Other website features include a library, blog, and an FAQ page that answers the most common questions organizations ask about engaging with USAID.

The website is set up to support new partners, existing partners, and USAID staff around the world. Whether you are new to USAID or have been working with the Agency for years, you will find valuable resources on WorkwithUSAID.org.

Learn more about the website by visiting WorkwithUSAID.org.

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