Policy Expert Discusses USAID Procurement Reform, Ways Agency Can Connect Evidence With Interventions

Center for Global Development: As USAID Thinks about Procurement and Program Design, It Should Keep Evidence in Mind
Sarah Rose, policy fellow at CGD, discusses procurement reform at USAID and “how procurement and program design can help ensure USAID’s interventions are informed by evidence and/or build in opportunities to generate evidence.” Rose offers “three recommendations for how USAID can address this disconnect between evidence and procurement” (7/5).

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