TIV was chosen as a sub-contractor for the USAID project Caribbean Business Enabling Environment-Reform (CBEE-R)
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has awarded International Development Group LLC (IDG) a three-year, $8.6 million Caribbean Business Enabling Environment-Reform (CBEE-R) task order under the Public Financial Management II (PFM II) IDIQ. The objectives of CBEE-R will focus on improving the regulatory climate for resilient businesses, bolstering government capacity to implement business environment reforms, enhancing robust public-private dialogue, and improving the creation of a resilient private sector. Activities under the CBEE-R task order will be carried out across ten countries in the Eastern and Southern Caribbean (ESC), i.e., Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, St. Lucia, St. Kitts & Nevis, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, Suriname, and Trinidad & Tobago.
To support the USAID/ESC Regional Development Cooperation Strategy through CBEE-R, IDG chose TIV as a sub-contractor contributing to activities across the six result areas of two objectives. Namely, TIV supports IDG in improving the regulatory climate for resilient businesses and strengthening government capacity to implement business environment reforms. TIV is providing IDG with some of its most accomplished experts – public finance, monetary and international trade economists, business development specialists, and grant managers. As a sub-contractor, TIV’s experts will provide their inputs to the annual work plans; monitoring, evaluation, and learning plan; sustainability plan; performance reports; financial reports; and the final report.
TIV is immensely pleased to support IDG in working with USAID/ESC on this regional initiative, furthering USAID’s Regional Development Cooperation Strategy’s goals.