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1 USAID AND INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAMMING FOR DEVELOPMENT Dr. Kenneth Baum, Senior Economist Acting Division Director for Engineering and Urban Management USAID/E3 July, 2012

2 WHAT IS DEVELOPMENT? JOBS INCOME WEALTH

3 “Infrastructure is the basic physical and organizational structures for the operation of a society or enterprise, or the services and facilities necessary for an economy to function.” Infrastructure Defined Wikipedia: Oxford Dictionary and Sullivan, Arthur Economics: Principles in Action, 2003

4 Infrastructure: Key to Economic Growth

5 Office & Infrastructure & Engineering Over 1,300 days of field support in FY11 87% of all travel funded by Missions or other Bureaus Over 1,300 days of field support in FY11 87% of all travel funded by Missions or other Bureaus Technical support to priority countries

6 What are the Primary Agency Priorities? Global Climate Change Feed the Future Critical Priority Countries (CPCs) – Post Conflict Humanitarian Assistance – Post Disaster Global health and HIV/AIDS Basic Education Water Resources Management Science and Technology 6

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8 OBLIGATIONS BY PROGRAM AREA, Health -- $5.9B 5.1 Protection, Assistance, and Solutions -- $2.7B 3.2 Education -- $1.13B 4.4 Infrastructure -- $1.07B 2.2 Good Governance -- $1.018B 4.5 Agriculture -- $1.01B 8

9 4.4 INFRASTRUCTURE COMPONENTS Includes Transport, Energy/Power, and Telecommunications Does not include: –Health Facilities –Schools –Potable water and sanitation –Judicial complexes –Irrigation –Other public buildings –Other infrastructure services 9

10 USAID’s Infrastructure Investments Construction Expenditures FY2010 $1.8 billion in construction across all foreign assistance objectives; the Agency spent another $276 million on “soft” investments in key infrastructure sectors Data source: Operational Plan FY2010 Total $950 million

11 INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES Roads Bridges Housing Potable Water Solid Waste Power Sanitation and Wastewater Solid Waste Schools Health Facilities Telecommunications Irrigation Judicial Complexes Ports Cultural Heritage Preservation 11

12 MarketsMarkets BEEBEE InfrastructureInfrastructure Governance Finance Knowledge Governance Physical Markets Finance Knowledge Business Enabling Environment Infrastructure

13 INFRASTRUCTURE IDIQs Architecture and Engineering IDIQ –Awarded September 30, 2008/Ends September 29, 2013 –Ceiling of $500 Million CLEAN ENERGY CPC/Non CPC IDIQs -- In Procurement HABITAT IDIQ– Pre-Solicitation July 2012 FEDBIZOPPS.gov or 13

14 PRIMES UNDER THE A&E IDIQ AECOM – James Peter CDM – Ellis Turner MWH – John Velon Parsons – Julie Haines/Dave Fulton Tetra Tech/ARD – Firouz Rooyani 14

15 COUNTRIES WITH AWARDED TASK ORDERS Afghanistan Egypt El Salvador Ethiopia Georgia Haiti Jordan Liberia Mozambique Rwanda South Africa Tanzania Vietnam 15

16 THANK YOU!


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