International Resources Group

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The International Resources Group is an international professional services firm that is a contractor to governments and international organizations focusing on Energy, Learning and Institutional Strengthening, Climate, Natural Resources and Biodiversity, Water, and Agriculture. Since its inception in 1978, IRG has completed over 600 contracts in more than 120 countries.

IRG was one of the first firms given contracts for the reconstruction of Iraq, winning a $7 million contract from the U.S. government through USAID.[1] IRG has also provided development assistance in Liberia.[2] Other contracts have been in places such as Aceh[3] and Afghanistan.[4]

In 2013, International Resources Group was purchased by Engility Corporation, a spin-off of L-3 Communications.