The Agency for International Development awarded the money to Creative Associates International from 2008 to 2010.
The first contract was worth $6.5 million. In October 2011, I filed three Freedom of Information Act requests for information about the company's work in Cuba (see letters here). I have not received any documents back from USAID yet.
There is nothing else about Cuba on Creative Associates' website.
ForeignAssistance.gov isn't much help, either, although the website does spell out the Obama administration's philosophy.
Transparency is a hallmark of this Administration...
The Administration’s commitment to transparency and accountability extends into the international community as well...
The U.S. Government is committed to making information on foreign assistance programs more transparent, accessible, and compatible with international standards.
In practice, not much of that rhetoric matches reality, at least in the case of Cuba.