USAID/OTI Awards Dexis the Support Which Implements Fast Transition (SWIFT) 5 IDIQ

September 12, 2019

Category
Region
  • Global
Technical Area
  • Stabilization & Conflict Mitigation

Washington, D.C. — The U.S. Agency for International Development Office of Transition Initiatives (OTI) has awarded Dexis Consulting Group the Support Which Implements Fast Transition (SWIFT) 5 Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Contract.

Under SWIFT 5, Dexis will support OTI in providing countries in political transition with rapid and effective technical assistance for positive political change. This multi-award contract is the fifth iteration of the SWIFT IDIQ, with a five-year period of performance and a ceiling of $2.5 billion. This IDIQ is designed to establish, staff, manage, operate, and support a flexible, quick response mechanism capable of administering and implementing targeted activities under OTI Country or Regional Programs; and, b) provide support to program-funded USAID personnel.

“We are very excited that OTI has chosen Dexis to provide the complex technical assistance that is required for this contract. Dexis has been an OTI partner for the last seven years, managing multiple task orders in Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East, under the Support That Augments Rapid Transitions (START) IQC. We look forward to expanding our partnership on the SWIFT 5 contract, as OTI continues to play a significant role in advancing stability in countries around the globe” said Mihir Desai, Chief Executive Officer.

Dexis is a global professional services firm focused on solving pressing challenges in complex environments, paving the way for a more resilient, secure, and prosperous world. In the last three years alone, more than 500 Dexis professionals have worked in 90 countries, supporting programs in development, diplomacy and national security.

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