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People enegaging in USAID OTI activities

PSC Contracts Unit Lead

The Unit Lead is the day-to-day supervisor for the Contracts Team responsible for training and mentoring the team as well as overall quality control of all work product. In addition, the Unit Lead is a subject matter expert for OTI on issues related to the award and administration of USPSCs and the associated processes within the award lifecycle. The role’s key deliverables are USPSC award and administration oversight, team supervision and development, and the application of subject matter expertise to support continuous process improvement and complex issue resolution.

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Additional job type and location information

Job type

US Personal Services Contract

US citizens contracted to the Agency, and establish an employer- employee relationship between USAID and the contractor.

Foreign Service Limited

FSL appointments are non-career appointments appropriate for overseas and Washington-based positions made pursuant to section 309 of the Foreign Service Act.

Civil Service Excepted

A non-permanent, time limited position responding to urgent and/or other significant U.S. foreign policy areas.


Since 2009, more than 13,000 U.S. citizen college students have advanced the work of the federal government through Virtual Student Federal Service internships. The time commitment is about 10 hours per week during the school year. There are opportunities for all, from political analysis to speechwriting. Internships are unpaid but may be eligible for course credit.

Location type

DC Based

Based in Washington, D.C., can be telework eligible, with 1-4 days/week in office.


Worldwide intermittent contracts, referred to as “bullpenners,” provide surge support - must be prepared to work both in Washington and the field, often with little time for preparations.