GPTech Awarded $16.3M USAID Infrastructure Field Support II Task Order

Posted on July 15, 2022 · Posted in Announcements, Projects

Green Powered Technology (GPTech) is awarded a $ 16.3 M Task Order from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) for Infrastructure Field Support II. This Task Order, “Infrastructure Field Support II (IFS)”. IFS II is awarded under the Architect & Engineer III (A&EIII) Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quality (IDIQ) vehicle to support the Center for Environment, Energy, and Infrastructure (EEI) in providing engineering technical assistance to USAID Headquarter personnel in Washington, D.C., field Missions, and other Operating Units for short-term assignments in support of USAID’s infrastructure, engineering, and construction portfolio.

GPTech will support USAID by providing technical support for all phases of an infrastructure project lifecycle, including project planning and design, project implementation and project evaluation. GPTech will provide rapid response engineering services in post-disaster or post-conflict situations to USAID field office missions. GPTech is excited to build on its track record of providing similar support to USAID in Ukraine, Uganda, Solomon Islands, and Moldova.

Project Contact: Matthew Sisul, Director of Sustainable Infrastructure

About Green Powered Technology: Green Powered Technology is a global sustainable energy and infrastructure consulting firm passionate about engineering and energizing a sustainable future. Working at the intersection of sustainable energy, infrastructure, and development, Green Powered Technology provides solutions to government agencies, quasi-government organizations, multilateral financial institutions, and utilities with sizable investments in energy and infrastructure driven to make an impact—whether through passion or mandate. Green Powered Technology is committed to creating a future where all resources are consumed from sustainable sources and sustained by a public that understands and values the social, economic, and environmental benefits that green energy provides to our communities, our nation, and the world. We are guided by the principle that a business can do good and focused on engineering and energizing a sustainable future.