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Upcoming Webinar: First Quarter Business Forecast and Partner Update

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Nov 18, 2021

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On Thursday, December 16, at 8:30 a.m. ET, USAID will host our FY 2022 First Quarter Business Forecast and Partner Update webinar. In these webinars, we provide updates on what’s happening at USAID and address some of the broader questions that are submitted. More specific questions are answered in writing and posted online after the event.

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How to Submit Business Forecast Questions

In advance of the event, we invite organizations to send questions specifically related to opportunities on the Business Forecast. Questions must be submitted by December 1, 2021. There are two ways you can submit questions:

Please be sure to label each question with the project name as indicated on the Business Forecast, as well as the Country/Mission/Bureau/Operating Unit, as applicable.

Following the webinar, we will post responses to all of the Business Forecast-related questions on USAID.gov, along with a transcript and recording of the event. If you have not participated in one of USAID's Business Forecast calls, you can access previous recordings and transcripts here.

NOTE: We are in the process of implementing USAID’s 2020 organizational transformation into our internal Acquisition and Assistance (A&A) Plan, which feeds into our Business Forecast. We are expeditiously updating activities to ensure that they are labeled with the correct Bureau. Over the next few weeks, you will see activities added and/or moved on the Forecast. If you are interested in learning more about the Agency’s organizational structure, click here

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