Interested in Working with DAI?

We’re interested in you—DAI is looking to build partnerships with other development firms and organizations so that we can deliver the highest quality solutions to our clients and beneficiaries.

Engaging Small Businesses

DAI is committed to using small and small disadvantaged businesses to provide technical assistance on our projects. We particularly welcome potential partners from any and all of the following categories:

  • Certified 8(a) Small Disadvantaged Businesses (SDBs), including minority-owned small businesses;
  • Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) small businesses;
  • Woman-Owned Small Businesses (WOSBs); and
  • Veteran-Owned (VOSBs) and Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSBs).

Engaging Local Partners

We are always looking to expand our relationship with local development partners in countries across the globe. We know that local partners bring the different perspectives and deep on-the-ground knowledge that facilitate effective development work.

Tell Us About Your Organization

Please take a few minutes to introduce us to your organization by filling out the form below:

If we need the type of services or supplies you provide, one of our business development or procurement specialists may contact you to explore opportunities. If there is no immediate opportunity, we will retain your information until a relevant opportunity arises.

Organizational Details

Regional Experience and Expertise


Asia and the Pacific
Eastern Europe and Central Asia
Latin America and the Caribbean
Middle East and North Africa
Sub-Saharan Africa

Small Businesses


Small Disadvantaged

By submitting the above form you agree to have your information entered in our database. Please note that expressing interest in working with DAI does not automatically place your company on a “bidder’s list,” nor does it constitute approval of your firm as a DAI supplier or obligate DAI to solicit requests for quotations. If you would like your information to be deleted from our database, contact the administrator and it will be promptly removed.