Private Sector Partnerships
Our Private Sector Partnerships consists of large international development and defense contractor firms with whom we have partnered to implement projects. Below are some well- known firms that we have partnered with or provided services to.
Chemonics International Inc. (CI)
BlueLaw has been working with Chemonics International since 2004. While most of our work involves providing substantive technical expertise in niche areas of Democracy & Governance and Rule of Law, we also have provided specific services such as bid and proposal and project start up support. Our most recent collaboration was on the USAID Changes for Justice (C4J) program in Indonesia. Together with Chemonics, BlueLaw assisted the Government of Indonesia to sustain and deepen reforms in the justice sector to produce a more accountable and better performing justice system.
Development Alternatives International Inc. (DAI)
BlueLaw and DAI are teamed on the USAID PEACE and Rule of Law IQCs. BlueLaw has also provided several consulting services to DAI directly.
Management Consulting & Research, Inc. (MCRI)
Under a subcontract with MCRI, BlueLaw provides staff augmentation support to NATO covering a wide range of administrative and project areas that include project management, IT, financial management, human resource management and legal assistance.
International Resources Group (IRG) an L-3 Company
BlueLaw is teamed with IRG on the Analytical Services III IQC. The contract provides analytical services and support to inform the design and implementation of USAID-funded democracy and governance (DG) strategies and programs.
General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT)
BlueLaw teamed with GDIT on the Joint Concept Development and Experimentation (JCDE) and Security Assistance Training Management (SATMO) contracts. [/read]