Chemonics Expects To Operate Global Health Supply Chain Project Through 2023, Devex Reports

Devex: Chemonics expects health supply chain project extension through 2023
“Chemonics International is reassuring staff on the largest U.S. Agency for International Development contract ever awarded that it expects to be implementing the project for at least the next four years, even though some competitors have already begun recruiting for the next version of the award. The Global Health Supply Chain Procurement Supply Management project is a $9.5 billion effort to coordinate the procurement and delivery of lifesaving health commodities in more than two dozen countries. The first years of the project were plagued by management challenges, prompting corrective action by USAID and questions from the U.S. Congress about how global health supply chains should be run differently…” (Igoe, 10/29).

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