USAID Issues Final Rule on Partner Vetting Requirements

USAID's Partner Vetting System (PVS) is being implemented on a pilot basis to determine the costs and benefits of possible future world-wide implementation:

"The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is implementing a pilot for a Partner Vetting System for USAID assistance and acquisition awards. The purpose of the Partner Vetting System is to help ensure that USAID funds and other resources do not inadvertently benefit individuals or entities that are terrorists, supporters of terrorists or affiliated with terrorists, while also minimizing the impact on USAID programs and its implementing partners. We are amending the USAID Acquisition Regulations (AIDAR) regulations in order to apply the Partner Vetting System to USAID acquisitions for the pilot and any subsequent implementation of PVS that is determined appropriate."

USAID_FINAL_RULE_-_PVS.pdf

USAID_FORM_500-13.pdf

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