Work With Us
Development Transformations (DT) works for a variety of international organizations, government agencies, foundations, development firms and other private enterprises. We partner with host nation governments, local NGOs, and civil society organizations to deliver effective programming.
Support That Augments Rapid Transition (START) – USAID Office of Transition Initiatives.
This five-year, $90 million multi-award contract supports OTI’s global programming and operational needs. DT has implemented seven task orders valued at more than $30 million.
Conflict, Stability & Security Fund (CSSF)
The CSSF mechanism is designed to fund programming with a strategic approach in conflict-affected states where the United Kingdom has key interests. The new fund will pool resources from across the UK government to enable increased collaboration and linkages through all of the UK’s conflict programming. The fund places an emphasis on single cross-government strategies, coherence between conflict and national security work, and will implement targeted interventions aimed at supporting stability including rapid and crisis response.
Department of State’s Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations (CSO) Peace Process Network Fund
Through this partnership with CSO, DT will have the opportunity to implement programs that support peace negotiations and/or peace processes for the next three years in fragile and conflict-affected countries, including in Burma, Burundi, Colombia, Libya, Syria, and Yemen.
Mission Oriented Business Integrated Services (MOBIS)
The MOBIS program is provided through the General Services Administration (GSA). It offers support to governmental agencies for management and consulting services for improving internal capacities and effectiveness.
DT currently supports USAID’s Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU) training objectives for Missions worldwide under a multi-year MOBIS award.
SeaPort-e is a multi-award IDIQ designed to help the Navy and Marine Corps efficiently and effectively meet the challenges of the 21st century.