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New contract to supply Global Fund technical support

12
OCT
2012

Aids Alliance

We are pleased to announce that the Alliance has been part of a successful bid for a new contract to supply critically needed technical support to Global Fund grantees through a project called Grant Management Solutions (GMS).

The initial phase GMS contract was managed by a Management Science for Health (MSH) consortium and expired in September 2012.  Watch a short video about their results.

The new contract (GMS 2) is a US government funded contract to support Global Fund grant implementation across 150 recipient countries. It will run for three years with a possible extension for a further two years.

The new contract was re-tendered to a maximum total value of $100 million and the Alliance is part of a consortium that is still led by MSH, and includes PACT, Futures, Abt Associates, Midego as well as the International HIV/AIDS Alliance.  

Greg Munro, who led the tender process for the Alliance said: “This is a great opportunity for the Alliance and particularly for our seven Regional Technical Support Hubs who will be uniquely placed to provide high volumes of quality technical support to civil society grantees in the future.  They will draw on their database of consultants as well as the extensive knowledge of Global Fund grant implementation among Alliance Linking Organisations across the globe.”

Useful links

Read this case study of Alliance technical support provided to a Global Fund grantee which is building the capacity of MSM and transgender people in Asia.

Click here to read about our full Alliance Global Fund portfolio.