Governance & Security Framework Lot F: Empowerment and Accountability
QED is part of Crown Agents’ consortium on the DFID Governance & Security Framework Lot F: Empowerment and Accountability. The consortium’s approach to Empowerment and Accountability focuses on developing and implementing context-specific solutions to improve state-society relations and build effective and accountable states that have the capacity to deliver services and meet public expectations. This includes working across government and with non-state actors such as civil society to develop accountable core state functions. The strength of the consortium’s approach lies in:
- Strong contextualized understanding of local and international political economy and their impact on change management efforts;
- Understanding the importance of the relationship between state, private sector, and civil society;
- Proven track record in project and program management underpinned by an emphasis on quality assurance, effective risk management, and leveraging consortium corporate experience and expertise.
As part of the consortium, QED brings extensive expertise in knowledge management and M&E, providing a comprehensive portfolio of innovative approaches to democracy and governance, health, and economic growth.