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Current Requests For Proposals

Request for Information | PMI Insights for Malaria Program

The U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI) Insights for Malaria (INFORM) project partners with malaria-endemic countries to ensure the most effective and efficient use of resources to fight malaria and save lives. As one of its objectives, PMI INFORM in collaboration with NMPs, country research institutions, PMI, and other donors, will facilitate a process to identify country-driven research priorities that will address bottlenecks in malaria control and elimination. The scope of the research agenda will be limited to operational research and program evaluation questions for malaria control and prevention interventions and approaches that have robust evidence demonstrating their efficacy and safety. Responses to this Request for Information are due by April 12, 2021 at 5PM EDT.

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All requests for proposals adhere to our principles for procurement operations:

PATH subscribes to principles of simplicity and economy in procurement operations. We strive to obtain goods and services of the requisite type and quality within the time prescribed and at the lowest practical cost. We conduct purchasing activities in a manner that provides open and free competition to the maximum extent practical. We provide equal opportunity to participate to small and disadvantaged businesses, minority-owned firms, and women’s business enterprises. For information on registering as a small business, please see the US Small Business Administration’s contracting guide.

We endeavor to perform all procurement activities in a manner that will build or maintain good donor and business relations while furthering the mission of our organization. We maintain a standard of conduct that complies with US government procurement integrity regulations, anti-terrorism regulations, and Equal Employment Opportunity legislation.