IT work for Bolivian legal system

The U.S. Agency for International Development is planning to issue an RFP for a Bolivian Administration of Justice project that will implement criminal system reform.

The agency needs a contractor to continue expanding the legal reforms and strengthen justice system institutions.

The contractor will work with indigenous groups and women, and will help the most disadvantaged groups in Bolivia gain access to the justice system.

The contractor also will develop a site or group of sites for justice services in areas where there are high levels of social conflict. This is a five-year project.

Additional details can be found at, solicitation no. 511-013-2004.

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