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U.S. Government Iraq Reconstruction: Information on Contracts
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U.S. Government Iraq Reconstruction: Information on Contracts

Following are links to websites on Iraq reconstruction contracts funded by U.S. government assistance.

Iraq Project and Contracting Office (PCO)

U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC)

The U.S. Department of Commerce's Iraq Investment and Reconstruction Task Force (IIRTF) maintains this website. IIRTF works closely with the U.S Embassy in Iraq, other U.S. Government agencies, and international organizations to provide U.S. companies with information on doing business in Iraq and commercial opportunities.

U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)

In Iraq, USAID contracts provide for infrastructure, health, education, capacity building and other development and reconstruction activities. Companies interested in bidding on USAID contracts can get information and make initial inquiries on-line.

Department of Defense (DOD) Army Corps of Engineers

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has responsibility for contracting related to Iraqi oil sector repairs.

Defense Procurement and Acquisition Policy -
Iraq Reconstruction Contract Information

Rebuilding Iraq

Business Guide for Iraq: This Business Guide provides companies with up-to-date information on doing business in Iraq. The Guide is regularly updated.

Bechtel, as a major company in Iraq, is keeping in touch with the contracting community about its work on USAID's Iraq Infrastructure Reconstruction Program. For information visit Bechtel's site.

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