Frequently Asked Questions
What does RDA stand for?
The R.D.A. stands for Recovery Development Agency.
Who runs the RDA?
The Recovery and Development Agency (the Agency) is a statutory agency established by the Government of the Virgin Islands. The RDA operates in partnership with the Government, to implement the programmes and projects set out in the Recovery to Development Plan that will return the Territory to normality in the short term, and lay the foundations for greater resilience and sustainability in the future.
Where can I learn about the current projects looking for funding?
If you would like to learn about or donate to any of the current RDA projects, visit our Get Involved page.
Where can I find the latest news about the RDA and its projects?
To learn the latest news about the RDA, visit our News page.
Where can I check the status of my bid?
Usually, the procurement team will interact with people who have bid on a contract directly either through email or phone. If you would like to check the status of your bid you can contact the procurement team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Where can I place a bid?
To place a bid on one of our projects, visit our Procurement page.
Where can I donate to the RDA?
To donate to the RDA, visit the donate section of our site.
What is the best way to speak to a representative of the RDA?
To talk directly to a representative of our team, dial +1-284-393-8003. We also respond regularly to our email, email@example.com