Washington, D.C. — June 22, 2011 — More than 50 of the nation’s top international development companies on Wednesday announced the formation of the Coalition of International Development Companies (CIDC). The coalition was created to raise awareness about the impact American development assistance has overseas and the role the private sector plays in bringing innovative and cost-effective solutions to development problems around the world.
As a founding member of the coalition, International Land Systems (ILS), Inc. will join CIDC in serving as a valuable resource to key decision-makers and the media in the ongoing debate on how to optimize U.S. foreign assistance, including results-driven approaches.
ILS is eager to work with partners in the federal government and the NGO community to ensure that U.S. development assistance continues to effectively target the neediest recipients and support U.S. policies.
International Land Systems (ILS), Inc. — A Manatron Company is a land administration solutions company that offers the power of land management through application of modern technologies and methodologies. Together, ILS and Manatron offer a complete land and property information management solution including integrated taxation, assessment, recording, cadastre mapping, and registry systems. The company has worked in more than 30 countries and implemented over 100 projects worldwide. ILS is headquartered in Silver Spring, Maryland, United States, and has subsidiary offices in Kiev, Ukraine, and Cochabamba, Bolivia. Manatron, the parent company of ILS, has morethan 1,600 government clients worldwide, and is a privately-held company and an investment of private equity firm Thoma Bravo, LLC.