GeoPoll has contracting vehicles in place in order to expedite the purchasing process for US Government clients. For large surveys, bulk pricing is also available through these mechanisms. We are a registered small business as defined by the US Small Business Administration.
The FHI 360 mSTAR project is a USAID-funded mechanism which works closely with the USAID Mobile Solutions team and USAID missions worldwide to identify opportunities to incorporate mobile technologies into programs to improve development outcomes. mSTAR supports mobile money, mobile data collection, and mobile access initiatives in developing countries. FHI 360 is the holder of this mechanism, and GeoPoll is an active consortium partner. The mechanism runs from October 2012-September 2017.
GeoPoll has a global Long-Term Agreement in place with the WFP which designates GeoPoll as a preferred supplier of mobile data, and allows WFP country offices to quickly put agreements in place to utilize GeoPoll surveys for food security research. This is an indefinite quantity contract, and GeoPoll has so far conducted surveys with the WFP in the DRC, Kenya, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Guinea, Malawi, and Zambia.
GeoPoll is partnered with Research Triangle Institute (RTI) on the U.S. Agency for International Development’s Youth Power Implementation Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity contracts. The USAID will use GeoPoll and other pre-selected organizations to conduct research on the design and implementation of positive youth development programming and policies, capacity strengthening of youth serving organizations and institutions including governmental and civil society organization (CSOs), and support of youth engagement within development.