• anedocu
  • artichoce
  • bird
  • boats
  • feet
  • fieldperu
  • kabulpano
  • snowbw
  • street
  • structure
  • trees

News/Announcements

dTS is awarded ADVANTAGE IDIQ (06-17-14)

Gender-Based Violence Monitoring and Evaluation Toolkit Published (06-06-14)

dTS presented USAID Small Business of the Year Award (5/22/2014)

dTS awarded REPLACE IDIQ (03/17/2014)

 

Where We Work

Over the past years, dTS has worked in 84 countries worldwide. Please click on the following map to learn more.

dTS Geographic Experience

 

 map courtesy of gunn.co.nz/map.

 

About dTS

Development & Training Services, Inc. (dTS) is an international development company that leads initiatives in social and economic development with a view to promoting equality, accountability, and sustainability.

dTS has worked in 84 countries across 11 prime U.S. Government (USG) indefinite quantity indefinite quality (IDIQ) contracts and implemented over 300 activities making dTS an experienced USG implementing partner with a proven track record in development assistance and contract administration.

A Small Business Administration (SBA)-certified 8(a) minority woman-owned small business (WOSB) with over 12 years’ experience supporting U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), U.S. Department of State (DoS), U.S. Trade and Development Agency (US TDA), and Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) funded projects, dTS provides strategic consulting; practical, results-oriented programming; and program monitoring worldwide.

Our services include: 

 

These services have been applied across a variety of sectors including: economic development, agriculture, trade, education, global health, humanitarian assistance, disaster response, refugee assistance, water, energy, global climate change, natural resource management (NRM), media, human and legal rights, elections, municipal and local governance, counter-terrorism, and countering violent extremism.

In addition to our three cross cutting service offerings as above, dTS has growing practices in economic growth and natural resource management specifically.