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Navanti wins seat on the GISR MENA Consortium

Arlington, Virginia: Navanti to provide on-the-ground data collection for the GISR MENA Task Order under the indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) OASIS contract. The task order is designed to help USAID missions in the Middle East and North Africa respond to shocks that impact governance and stability, and address gaps in governance and resilience programming.

Navanti Joins the Society for International Development

Arlington, Virginia: In January, the Navanti Group joined the Society for International Development – Washington, DC chapter (SID-W), a major consortium of development actors, including implementors, donors, NGOs, think tanks, and consultants. SID-W membership provides Navanti with networking opportunities and the ability to attend talks and working groups, and represents a step towards the company’s ongoing goal of expanding its presence in the development sphere. 

Arlington, Virginia: Navanti’s Director of Analysis, Mary Hackman, traveled to Northeastern University June 28-29 to brief at OSAC’s fourth annual Middle East and North Africa Regional Conference. Her panel titled, “Reassessing Risks in Countries Affected by the Arab Spring,” was part of two days of briefings and exercises attended by 190 Middle East-focused private sector security representatives.