The candidate who has apparently passed designates the applicant(s) for USAID funding who, after a performance review, are recommended to receive an award, but who has not yet received a grant, cooperation agreement, or other support allowance from the contract delegate. Apparently successful candidate status does not confer any right and does not constitute an obligation of USAID of an arbitral award that has yet to be enforced by the agent of agreement. If the organisation does not reach an agreement with the officials mentioned above, please contact our Agency Ombudsman. Goods are all materials, articles, supplies, goods or equipment, with the exception of receiving offices, vehicles and unavailable goods intended for the recipient`s internal use in the management of the grant, cooperation agreement or other agreement or sub-agreement funded by USAID. The prize means financial support that offers support or stimulation to achieve a public goal. Grants, cooperation agreements and other agreements in the form of money or property instead of money by the federal government to an eligible recipient. The term does not include: technical assistance that provides services rather than money; any other aid in the form of loans, loan guarantees, interest rate subsidies or insurance; direct payments of any kind to individuals; Contracts that must be concluded and managed under public procurement laws and regulations. Agreement Officer means a person authorized to enter into, manage, terminate and/or enter into support agreements on behalf of USAID and to make appropriate decisions and findings on behalf of USAID. An officer of agreement may act only within the framework of a duly approved arrest warrant or other valid delegation. The term “agreement officer” refers to persons who are justified as “Grant Officers”. These include certain plenipotentiary representatives of the contract delegate who act within the framework of their powers delegated by the treaty representative. USAID Identity (identity) means the official marking for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), consisting of the USAID logo or seal and the new brand with the slogan that clearly communicates our help is “of the American people.” In exceptional circumstances, the definition of USAID identity may be changed as a result of a written decision by the USAID Administrator, including additional use or in the absence of a logo or seal and slogan that constitutes a presidential or other high-level federal inter-agency initiative, which requires consistent and uniform marking and uniform marking by all participating agencies. USAID identity (including any necessary presidential initiatives or associated identities) is available on the USAID website under www.usaid.gov/branding and is made available to recipients of USAID-funded grants or cooperation agreements or other support bonuses, without royalties, licenses, or other fees.
Aid is the financial support of the US Government to an organisation – through a grant or cooperation agreement – to carry out a project which benefits the Community and which promotes the objectives of the U.S. Foreign Assistance Act, Principal Officer, the highest ranking officer of a USID Operating Unit on the spot, for example. B USAID Mission Director or USAID Representative. For global programs run from Washington but implemented in many countries, such as disaster relief and IDP assistance, humanitarian emergencies, or immediate response to conflicts and political crises, the primary responsibility may be an office manager, for example the directors of USAID/W/Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance and Office of Transition Initiatives. . . .