Tetra Tech, Inc. (NASDAQ: TTEK) announced today that the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) awarded Tetra Tech and its small business partners a $70 million, multiple-award, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract to provide global analytical support services to USAID headquarters and missions around the world.
Under the five-year Analytical Services IV contract, Tetra Tech will develop innovative tools, conduct state-of-the-art analyses, and perform strategic assessments to help USAID address complex democracy, human rights, and governance challenges.
Tetra Tech has held the predecessor Analytical Services I, II, and III contracts for the past 15 years, successfully completing more than 200 task orders in locations as diverse as Bangladesh, Tanzania, Haiti, and the Ukraine.
“Tetra Tech is pleased to continue providing support for USAID’s vital work promoting democracy around the world,” said Dan Batrack, Tetra Tech Chairman and CEO. “As a premier, high-end consulting, engineering, data analytics, and program management firm, we are Leading with Science® to enhance USAID’s ability to promote resilient, democratic societies.”
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Tetra Tech is a leading provider of high-end consulting and engineering services for projects worldwide. With 20,000 associates working together, Tetra Tech provides clear solutions to complex problems in water, environment, infrastructure, resource management, energy, and international development. We are Leading with Science® to provide sustainable and resilient solutions for our clients. For more information about Tetra Tech, please visit tetratech.com, follow us on Twitter (@TetraTech), or like us on Facebook.
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