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Management Systems International (MSI)

http://www.msiworldwide.com

Overview

  • Organization TypeDevelopment Consulting, Service Providers
  • Staff501-1000
  • Development Budget50 Million - 100 Million
  • HeadquartersUnited States
  • Founded1980
MSI is a Washington, DC metro area international development firm with a 35-year history of delivering development results across the world. They operate in some of the most challenging political and economic climates in the world, including Pakistan, Afghanistan, South Sudan and Iraq. MSI currently employs 800 development experts in the fields of public sector management, monitoring and evaluation, governance and anti-corruption.  More effective public administration in Iraq. Enhanced roles for women in conflict-affected areas in Colombia. Decreased child labor and more children in schools in Morocco. Fairer oral trials in Mexico. Stronger organizations to address HIV/AIDS prevention in Zambia. For more than 30 years, MSI has helped clients solve complex development challenges, often in areas torn apart by hunger and violence. Their projects help to stabilize communities and countries emerging from conflict, improve government accountability, and bolster civil society. Their innovative tools and methodologies build capacity and ensure sustainability – all with a focus on development effectiveness. They also generate analytical content that underpins programming decisions, and have conducted nearly 1,000 evaluations in 100 countries since their founding. From their humble start more than three decades ago, they have grown in size and technical expertise – now with a global network of experts in their fields including governance; monitoring, evaluation and learning; anti-corruption; education; public sector management; and organizational development. Their work is based on building strong relationships with their clients and partners to achieve outcomes. Ultimately, they help to drive governments and organizations towards better results, helping the people they serve to live better lives. In 2016, they expanded their global reach, becoming part of Tetra Tech. In addition to their Crystal City, Virginia office, they also maintain approximately 35 project offices worldwide. MSI has recently become a Tetra Tech Company.

Where is Management Systems International (MSI)

Careers

Job openings over the past year

562Total posted jobs

Examples of past jobs

  • Project Manager- Africa
    United States
  • Contracts Administrator
    United States

Staff at Management Systems International (MSI) have experience in

Sectors

  • monitoring / evaluation
  • development
  • economic policy
  • research & development
  • international development

Funders

  • ec

Countries

  • united states
  • pakistan
  • iraq
  • uganda
  • jordan

Skills

  • managerial experience
  • business development
  • experience in recruitment
  • international experience
  • with experience in conflict areas

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Company Offices
  • United States (headquarters)
  • Washington, DC
  • 200 12th Street South, Suite 1200

Experience

Primary sectors

Monitoring / Evaluation
Procurement Process
Public Administration
Economic Policy
Research & Development
Events / Training
Data Management
Personnel / Human Resources
Reproductive Health
Project Support

Contract Awards

OBIRODH: Road to Tolerance

United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
29 Aug 2017

Afghanistan's Measure for Accountability and Transparency (AMANAT)

United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
26 Aug 2017

Support to Anti-Corruption Champion Institutions (SACCI) Program

United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
16 Jun 2017