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Synergy Indicata
  • March 12, 2015
  • nana mardoyan

Synergy Developing Peru’s National IT System against Illegal Timber Trafficking

Vienna, Virginia, USA – 12 March, 2015 –  USAID Peru and Chemonics International have engaged Synergy to implement the Control Module of the National Information System for Forestry and Wildlife (MC-SNIFFS) for the National Forest and Wildlife Service of Peru (SERFOR), which is intended to become the country’s primary source of forest information management.  This project is part of […]

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Synergy Indicata
  • December 21, 2010
  • nana mardoyan

Award of Transparency, Accountability and Performance IQC with USAID, 2010-15

Synergy’s consortium, lead by prime contractor Social Impact, was recently awarded a 5-year Indefinite Quantity Contract (IQC) with the US Agency for International Development (USAID). This $60 million IQC reflects the growing emphasis within USAID on transparency, accountability, and results. The TAP IQC will be used by USAID missions and Headquarters to expedite the procurement […]

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Synergy Indicata
  • November 6, 2010
  • nana mardoyan

USAID Performance Management Plan for Lebanon

As a subcontractor to Social Impact on the Performance Management Plan project for the USAID Mission in Lebanon, Synergy will develop the Mission’s Web-based Monitoring and Evaluation Management Information System (MIS/GIS). This application will serve as the single, integrated tool for performance monitoring and reporting of US Government activities and projects in Lebanon. It will […]

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Synergy Indicata
  • September 24, 2010
  • nana mardoyan

Synergy and IBTCI to Partner on High Profile Monitoring & Evaluation Project for USAID/Yemen

Synergy and International Business & Technical Consultants, Inc. (IBTCI) have been awarded a high profile project to implement a new strategy and system for monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness of USAID in achieving its assistance objectives in Yemen. In an effort to increase its effectiveness in a country tied intimately to US national security interests, […]

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