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ABET Accreditation Readiness Assessment of STEM Programs in SDSU-Georgia Partner Universities


 RFP # PP10/M&E/CS/QCBS/05

The United States of America, acting through the Millennium Challenge Corporation (“MCC”) on 26 July, 2013 signed a five-year, $140 million compact with the Government of Georgia to advance economic growth and reduce poverty in Georgia.
The Government of Georgia (GoG) created the Millennium Challenge Account Georgia (MCA-Georgia), a Legal Entity of Public Law under Georgian law, as the accountable entity to implement the Compact program and to exercise and perform the Government’s right and obligation to oversee, manage, and implement the Compact.
The MCA-Georgia is seeking a Consulting Firm, which will to provide ABET Accreditation Readiness Assessment of STEM Programs in SDSU-Georgia Partner Universities. In July 2014, San Diego State University (SDSU) in consortium with three Georgian universities – Tbilisi State University (TSU), Ilia State University (ISU) and Georgia Technical University (GTU) was selected to launch the STEM Higher education Project. This RFP is targeted with an aim to lead STEM degree programs of partner universities to successful ABET accreditation.
The MCA-Georgia now invites proposals to provide the consultant services referenced above (“Proposals”). More details on these consultant services are provided in the Terms of Reference. The Request for Proposal (“RFP”) is open to all eligible entities or persons (“Consultants”) who wish to respond. 
Consultants interested in submitting a Proposal and receiving the full Request for Proposal document should register their interest by sending an e-mail, giving full contact details of the Consultant, to:
Millennium Challenge Account- Georgia
Ketevan Tateshvili
Procurement Consultant
The closing time for receipt of Proposals is March 13, 2017 at 3:00 pm local time in Georgia (GMT+4).  Proposals received after this time and date shall not be considered and will be returned unopened. Consultants should be aware that distance and customs formalities may require longer than expected delivery time.