USAID Combating Transnational Corruption Grand Challenge for Development Request for Information
DEADLINE May 30
USAID has released a request for information (RFI) for the Combating Transnational Corruption (CTC) Grand Challenge. The CTC Grand Challenge will leverage innovation and collaboration to prevent corrupt actors from siphoning off critical resources that should be used for the public good. Through the CTC Grand Challenge, USAID and its partners will work collaboratively to build coalitions and source novel tools and approaches to curb the threat of transnational corruption - notably illicit finance, trafficking of high-value commodities, and corruption in global supply chains.
Share your thoughts and ideas with us.
We are requesting information from stakeholders to help us better formulate open calls for innovation and other activities under the CTC Grand Challenge. Whether you work in civil society, in government, for a tech company, or are an individual contributor, we want to know your thoughts about what’s working, what needs to be fixed, and what is possible to address transnational corruption. We are interested in hearing from a diverse range of stakeholders from businesses, associations, technologists, innovators, philanthropists, civil society and media from around the globe.
The RFI submission period opened on April 29 and closes on May 30, 2022 at 5 PM Eastern Standard Time.
>> Tell us what you think. Click here to access the RFI. <<