Nathan has received a potential five-year, $24M contract to help the U.S. Agency for International Development implement an economic growth program across the Indo-Pacific region.
The consulting firm said Wednesday it will work with the USAID’s Asia bureau and the State Department to promote policies and best practices under the US Support for Economic Growth in Asia effort.
Such policies cover a variety of technical areas such as finance access, business enabling environment, market systems development, trade and investment and women’s economic empowerment.
The company will also provide a demand-based implementation process to support economic growth efforts and reforms across USAID-funded programs in Asia.
“US-SEGA strengthens Nathan's partnership with USAID and provides an opportunity for Nathan to work alongside other key U.S. government and private sector partners across the Indo-Pacific region,“ said Susan Chodakewitz, the company’s president and CEO.