DPI is a part of a joint venture called Millennium DPI. In 2014 the U.S. Agency for International Development a five-year Indefinite Quantity Contract (IQC) to implement programs around the world that respond to rule of law challenges and develop a culture of respect for human rights. The overall contract ceiling for the Rule of Law (ROL) IQC is $500 million with a period of performance that runs through February 2018.
As a small business holder of the Rule of Law IQC, MDPI will be able to provide long and short-term technical assistance and capacity building in support of critical rule of law priorities, including order and security, legal institutions, checks and balances, fairness and human rights, and the effective application of the law. MDPI’s team for the IQC includes the National Center for State Courts, AECOM, Civilian Policing International, Lexis/Nexis,
DPI’s joint venture partners Millennium DPI Partners is a small business holder of the ROL IQC. USAID Missions and USAID Washington can issue small business set aside task orders to MDPI under an exception to the fair opportunity.
All task orders below $1 million must be issued as small business set aside task orders.
The MDPI IQC Team includes the following partners and resource partners:
Partners: The National Center for State Courts, LexisNexis, AECOM, BAE Systems, Civilian Police International, Global Justice Solutions, KeyPoint, the Louis Berger Group, Mazars, Mendez England, Management and Training Corporation, Phoenix Global Solutions, and Social Solutions, Inc.
Our resource partners: The Commission of Andean Jurists (Lima, Peru), Asylum Access, Alfa XP, the Federal Judicial Center, Human Rights Resource Center – ASEAN, Informatics Studio, National Organization of Legal Assistance, Tilburg University Law School, the University of Utrecht Law School, the University of Virginia Law School, the University of South Carolina Law School, and the Vera Institute of Justice.