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UN Business Seminar in Nairobi, Kenya

United Nations Secretariat | Published September 2, 2016
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The United Nations Office at Nairobi (UNON) wishes to inform of a Business Seminar to be held on 15 and 16 November 2016 for local and international vendors interested in conducting business with the United Nations in Kenya and Somalia. The purpose of the seminar is to provide information and guidance to potential vendors of the United Nations on its procurement procedures, registration processes and identifying business opportunities with the UN. The Business Seminar is open to vendors in the following categories: Medical Supplies (excluding medicines and vaccines); Relief Items including Education Kits; Armoured Vehicles; Defence Security Items and Innovative Goods that are energy efficient and reduce waste.

EOI – Kenya - Junior Consultant - Support to Eastern Africa regional development and business delivery office (RDGE) operations and programme

 | Published March 23, 2017
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EOI – Kenya - Junior Consultant - Support to Eastern Africa regional development and business delivery office (RDGE) operations and programme

CONSULTING FIRM TO CARRY OUT A BASELINE SURVEY (BUSINESS AND INVESTMENT ASSESSMENT) OF KWALE COUNTY TO INFORM UNDP’S WORK IN THE BIASHARA CENTRES

United Nations Development Programme | Published June 4, 2015  -  Deadline June 23, 2015
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The purpose of the RFP is to solicit proposals from experienced firms is to carry out a baseline survey (Business and Investment Assessment) of Kwale County to inform UNDP’s work in the Biashara Centres. Application process For the full Terms of Reference (ToR) and requirements please visit UNDP Kenya’s Website: http://www.ke.undp.org/index.php/procurements ; and the UN Global Market Place:  www.ungm.org/Notices/Notices.aspx Sealed proposal documents comprising the technical proposal and the financial proposal in separate sealed envelopes clearly marked “RFP/UNDP/KEN/005/2015 – CONSULTING FIRM TO CARRY OUT A BASELINE SURVEY (BUSINESS AND INVESTMENT ASSESSMENT) OF KWALE COUNTY TO INFORM UNDP’S WORK IN THE BIASHARA CENTRES should be dropped at the UNDP TENDER BOX placed at the main entrance reception of UN Complex in Gigiri and addressed to: The Deputy Country Director (Operations) United Nations Development Programme Kenya, Block N, Ground Floor, UN Complex, Gigiri,  PO Box 30218, 00100 Nairobi, Kenya THE CLOSING DATE FOR SUBMISSIONS IS TUESDAY 23 JUNE 2015 BY 15.00 HRS (3.00 P.M. KENYA TIME) – See instructions in the RFP document. A pre-bidding conference will be held at the Main UNDP Conference Room, Block N Ground Floor, UN complex on Tuesday, 9 June 2015 at 11.00 A.M. Those who wish to attend the pre-bidding conference should send e-mails to; procurement.ken@undp.org no later than 3.00 p.m. on Monday, 8 June 2015 UNDP Kenya reserves the right to accept or reject any submissions.

SSA_Travel Management Services

British Council | Published February 28, 2017  -  Deadline April 3, 2017
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This invitation to tender seeks to obtain the most effective and efficient business travel management services for the British Council Sub-Saharan Africa (British Council), as outlined in the Specification, Clause 7 of the ITT document. This will comprise (but not limited to) both an online and an offline travel support service for our entire business needs. This includes an online booking tool, international and domestic air travel arrangements, airport transfers and assistance with visa processing.

KE-Coastal CD SIL (FY08) - P094692

Kenya Marine Fisheries Research Institute | Published June 29, 2015  -  Deadline July 10, 2015
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Consultancy Services To Carry Out Feasibilitystudies For Mango, Cashew Nut, Coconut, Fishery,dairy, Bee Keeping And Facilitation Of Business Development Services To Smes Of The Kenyan Coast RVICES TO SMEs OF THE KENYAN COAST Name of Country: Kenya Project Name: Kenya Coastal Development Project Project ID No: P094692. Purchaser: Kenya Marine Fisheries Research Institute CREDIT No: 4801-KE Expressions of Interest Reference No: EOI/No. KCDP/13/2014-2015 Project Background The Government of the Republic of Kenya has received financing of 40 million US dollars from the World Bank (IDAcredit of 35 million US dollars and GEF grant of 5 million US dollars) towards the Kenya Coastal Development Project (KCDP) andintends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services. The consulting services ("the Services") include carrying out subsector Value chain analysis for mango, cashew nut,coconut, fishery, dairy, bee keeping and facilitation of business development services to MSEs of the Kenyan Coast which includesmentoring, technical training and business plan development among others for at least 250 SMEs. The project areas cover six (6)Coastal Counties of Lamu, Tana River, Kilifi, Mombasa, Kwale and Taita Taveta. The Kenya Marine Fisheries Research Institute (KMFRI) now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") toindicate theirinterest in providing the Services. The consultant / firm shouldhave the manpower to finish the assignment in the allocatedtimeline. The overall consultancy will last for 10 months. Both assignments will be conducted concurrently with the Value chainanalysis expected to be completed within 90 days of inception while the BDS will continue for the entire 10 month period(which should be demonstrated by the Consultants) and should have qualifications and experience in the followingareas: ? Lead Consultant for each phase ofthe assignment must have at least Masters in Business Administration, Economics, Finance, Agricultural Economics or a related area. ? The team must have good knowledgeof the sub-sectors of focus (including fisheries and livestock) as well as experience in food technology, business development services, agri-business development, product quality control, MSEdevelopment (with experience in mentoring, training, business registration, licensing etc), ? The Consultant/firm must haveexperience in Market linkages, value chain/market analysis, training curriculum development, training needs assessment; in addition business planning skills, baseline and business assessment skillsare critical. Consultant should have a good general knowledge of Kenya country context and familiarity with the Coastregion would be an added advantage Consultant Selection Criteria and Procedure are: - i) Company/firm's profile. ii) List of at least three similar successfully accomplished assignments in value and magnitude during the last five(5) years with reference contacts. iii) List of qualified personnel with relevant experience proposed for each of the assignments, detailedqualifications, tasks to be assigned to, copies of certified CV's and certificates and detailed matrix. iv) Professional composition: Propose a team of professional and competent staff able to deliver the tasks describedin each of the assignments that include but not limited to: Economist/Socio-Economist(s), food technologist in relatedsectors, Business Development Experts, Agri-business specialist(s),quality control expert(s), experts in SME development(with experience in mentoring, business registration, licensing etc.), fisheries value chain specialist v) Appropriate professional staff should be available for the duration of the assignment so as to ensure sufficientfield presence and regular contact with the MSEs. The attention of Interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank Guidelines:Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers published in May 2004, and revisedin October 2006 and May 2010 (Consultants Guidelines), setting forth the World Bank's Policy on conflict of interest. Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or sub-consultancy to enhance theirqualifications A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Quality and Cost Based selection (QCBS) method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Interested persons may obtain further information at the address below from 0800 to 1500 hours from Monday to Fridayexcluding Public Holidays. The Director Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute Silos Road, English Point ? Mkomani, Mombasa. Email: consultancies@kmfri.co.ke (with a copy to info@kcdp.co.ke ) Tele: +254 -20-2353904 or +254-20-8041560/1; Fax: +254 -20-235 3226 Candidates are requested to submit written Expression of Interest (EOI) complete with copies of relevant testimonialsclearlymarked "EOI NO. KCDP/13/2014-2015, EXPRESSIONOF INTEREST (EOI) TO CARRY OUT FEASIBILITY STUDIES FOR MANGO, CASHEW NUT, COCONUT, FISHERY, DAIRY, BEE KEEPING AND FACILITATION OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT SERVICES TO SMES of the Kenyan Coast to theabove address OR be deposited into the tender Box mounted next to the office of the Chief Supplies Officer at KMFRI Headquarters in Mombasa on orbefore 10th July, 2015 at 11.00 am. Evans Nyakoni FOR: DIRECTOR/KMFRI Dated: Friday26th June, 2015

Telecommunications APL (FY07) - P094103

ICT AUTHORITY | Published December 18, 2015  -  Deadline January 6, 2016
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Consultancy Services For Provision Of Quality Assurance For The Implementation Of The Gok Integrated Financial Management Information System (ifmis). EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES (FIRM SELECTION) Consultancyservices for provision ofquality assurance for the implementation of the GoK integrated financial management information system(IFMIS). Country:                                    Kenya Name of Project:                   KenyaTransparency & Communications Infrastructure Project (KTCIP) Credit No.                                 5092-KE and 4284-KE An IFMIS Quality Assurance (QA) partner has been proposed to ensure that theIFMIS system meets and adheres to industry best practices and aligns to the Vision 2030 objectives and PFM Reform Agenda in Kenya.The QA will provide advice on how to facilitate successful implementation and sustainability of the system. The Key objectives of the IFMIS Quality Assurance Partner will beto: ?     Carry out a system audit of the IFMIS; ?     Carry out a review of IFMIS business processes in linewith GoK business processes; ?     Develop and implement  an IFMIS quality assurance program covering IFMISIT Governance, IFMIS Security, Business Processes, Client Support and Capacity Building; ?     Provide support to the IFMIS team to ensure continuous improvement and sustainability of the system's ITGovernance, IT Security, Business Processes, Client Support and Capacity Building in accordance with international best practices Interested firms/ consultingfirms should provide evidence of the following: ·         Description of similarassignments in a QA setting; ·         Information showing experiencein similar conditions/environments or comparable organizations; ·         Information indicating thatthey are qualified to perform the services (availability of appropriate skills among staff). The Consulting Firm may associate with others toenhance the requisite qualifications. Expression of Interest must bedelivered to the addressbelow clearly marked "Consultancyservices in provision of quality assurance for the implementation of the GoK Integrated Financial Management Information System(IFMIS)." Interested consultants may obtain further information fromICT Authority's website www.icta.go.ke or http://supplier.treasury.go.ke andat procurement department, ICT Authority at the address below between 8.00 a.m. ? 1.00 P.M. and 2.00 P.M ?5.00 P.M East AfricanTime. Expressions of Interest must be delivered to the address below ator before, January 06, 2016, 10.00 am East Africatime: All submissions will be opened immediately thereafter in the presence of all interested parties. The Chief Executive Officer ICT AUTHORITY KENYATRANSPARENCY & COMMUNICATIONS INFRASTRUCTUREPROJECT (KTCIP) 12 Floor Teleposta Towers- KenyattaAvenue P.O. BOX 27150 ? 00100, NAIROBI, KENYA. Email:procurement@ict.go.ke Website:www.icta.go.ke Applications byemail should be sent to: procurement@ict.go.ke. This should be received on or before 10.00 am East African Time, January 6th,2016.

PROVISION OF CUSTODIAL SERVICES FOR UNON

United Nations Secretariat | Published September 18, 2015  -  Deadline October 1, 2015
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In order to secure the highest degree of cleanliness and hygiene of offices, common, and other spaces used by the UN staff in carrying out their daily tasks, United Nations Office at Nairobi (UNON) seeks expression of interest from suitably qualified companies for the provision of Cleaning, Refuse Collection, Sanitary Bins Services and Pest Control Service to UN Campus in Gigiri, Nairobi The requirement for services will include the following: • Provision of Cleaning Services • Refuse Collection • Sanitary Bins Services • Pest Control Management The Service will include buildings, constructive elements, furniture as well as outdoor premises. Provided this, the Vendor will be responsible for providing the workforce necessary to undertake the aforementioned services including all materials, consumables and equipment necessary to perform the services, as well as their placement/transportation to the site. As its core business, the Bidder must have at least one of the following: • Cleaning Services, • Fumigation Services, Pest and Rodent Control Services, • Waste Disposal Services. For those services that are not part of its core business, the Bidder shall provide relevant proof of subcontracting to appropriately qualified subcontractors with the required skills and experience to meet the UNON specified requirements. The Bidder must (or where applicable, must demonstrate that its subcontractor/s) have a minimum of 3 years work experience for each of the core business services listed above. The Bidder should have local representation; the office should be located in Nairobi The contract shall be awarded for an initial period of three (3) years with the option to extend for additional two years.

PROVISION OF CLEANING, REFUSE COLLECTION, SANITARY BINS COLLECTION AND PEST CONTROL SERVICE FOR UNON

United Nations Secretariat | Published May 14, 2015  -  Deadline June 12, 2015
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In order to secure the highest degree of cleanliness and hygiene of offices, common, and other spaces used by the UN staff in carrying out their daily tasks, United Nations Office at Nairobi (UNON) seeks expression of interest from suitably qualified companies for the provision of Cleaning, Refuse Collection, Sanitary Bins Services and Pest Control Service to UN Campus in Gigiri, Nairobi The requirement for services will include the following: • Provision of Cleaning Services • Refuse Collection • Sanitary Bins Services • Pest Control Management The Service will include buildings, constructive elements, furniture as well as outdoor premises. Provided this, the Vendor will be responsible for providing the workforce necessary to undertake the aforementioned services including all materials, consumables and equipment necessary to perform the services, as well as their placement/transportation to the site. As its core business, the Bidder must have at least one of the following: • Cleaning Services, • Fumigation Services, Pest and Rodent Control Services, • Waste Disposal Services. For those services that are not part of its core business, the Bidder shall provide relevant proof of subcontracting to appropriately qualified subcontractors with the required skills and experience to meet the UNON specified requirements. The Bidder must (or where applicable, must demonstrate that its subcontractor/s) have a minimum of 3 years work experience for each of the core business services listed above. The Bidder should have local representation; the office should be located in Nairobi The contract shall be awarded for an initial period of three (3) years with the option to extend for additional two years.

KE-Coastal CD SIL (FY08) - P094692

Kenya Marine Fisheries Research Institute | Published July 8, 2015  -  Deadline July 15, 2015
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Notice For Extension Of Tender Submission Consultancy Services To Carry Out Feasibility Studies For Mango, Cashew Nut, Coconut, Fishery, Dairy, Bee Keeping And Facilitation Of Business Development Services To Smes Of The Kenyan Coast NOTICE FOR EXTENSION OF TENDER SUBMISSION DATE REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST, EOI (CONSULTING SERVICES ? FIRMS SELECTION) CONSULTANCY SERVICES TO CARRY OUT FEASIBILITY STUDIES FOR MANGO, CASHEW NUT, COCONUT, FISHERY, DAIRY, BEE KEEPING ANDFACILITATION OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT SERVICES TO SMEs OF THE KENYAN COAST Name of Country: Kenya Project Name: Kenya Coastal Development Project Project ID No: P094692. Purchaser: Kenya Marine Fisheries Research Institute CREDIT No: 4801-KE Expression of Interest Reference No: EOI/No. KCDP/13/2014-2015 Reference is hereby made to the notice for EOI (mentioned above) which was published on page 48, of the StandardNewspaper date Friday, 26th June 2015 This is to inform our esteemed customers that the closing date hasbeen extended by six (6) days up to Wednesday,15th July, 2015 for submission ofapplications. All other terms and conditions remain the same. Any inconvenience caused is highly regretted. Evans Nyakoni FOR: DIRECTOR/KMFRI

FSD Africa — EOI: Faces of indebtedness.

Financial Sector Deepening Trust (Kenya) | Published August 14, 2014  -  Deadline September 15, 2014
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FSD Africa (‘FSDA’) is inviting Expressions of Interest from consulting firms to manage a research programme highlighting the different characteristics of indebtedness in different parts of sub-Saharan Africa (the ‘Services’) — e.g. East, West, Southern. Branded ‘The Faces of Indebtedness’, the study will focus on how consumers use credit (both formal and informal); how credit markets are changing across sub-Saharan Africa, especially with formal credit products becoming increasingly available, and; how consumers' experience of these changing credit markets is being shaped by macroeconomic conditions such as (i) rising living costs driven by rapid economic growth and (ii) income and asset inequality. FSDA is a financial sector deepening trust (FSD). Besides FSDA, there are currently 8 FSDs operating in Africa (in Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, South Africa, Zambia, Mozambique and Uganda). FSDA's initial funding is from the UK's Department for International Development (‘DFID’). 3. Objectives and scope 3.1. Objectives This research has a number of objectives: 1. To strengthen interest in the development community, including NGOs, around how credit markets are changing and the impact that this might have on ‘inclusive growth’. 2. To contribute to donor thinking about how to pursue responsible credit market development. 3. To highlight differences in the structure of economies across Africa. 4. To enable FSDA to strengthen its own understanding of the nature of credit markets in different parts of Africa. 5. To allow FSDA to build relationships with academics and other thinkers. 6. To reach beyond the normal audience for financial sector development research (policy makers, practitioners etc.) to spark the interest of a wider group of observers, e.g. investors, financial press 3.2. Scope 1. Desk-based literature review; development of analytical approach. 2. Field work in at least three contrasting SSA countries; qualitative research and interviews with key stakeholders. 3. Scenario building — working with leading academics, thinkers, business people etc. to reflect on the research findings and build scenarios about how the trajectory of credit market development might affect certain population groups, types of business activity (including financial businesses), policies to reduce poverty etc. 4. Communications work The research will require analysis of existing datasets (including Financial Diaries, FinScope etc.), new primary research (mainly qualitative), workshops and high quality, imaginative, communications activity.

Long Term Agreement (LTA) RFP/UNDPKEN/013/2016- Provision of Travel Management Services To UNDP Kenya and Partner Agencies

UNDP Country Office - KENYA | Published November 10, 2016  -  Deadline November 30, 2016
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UNDP Kenya on behalf of its Partner Agencies seek to enter into Long Term Agreement with one or more qualified Travel Agencies for the provision of Travel Management Services for an initial period of one year with the option to extend for two additional years, subject to a satisfactory performance evaluation.Travel Management Services, as referred to in the Terms of Reference, shall apply to all domestic and international journeys of UN Agencies staff from one place to another for official and personal business purposes. These services include, but are not be limited to, the following:Ticket issuance for official international and domestic travel using commercial flight (individual and group);Transportation and airport transfers;Staff personal travel requirements.The RFP process will result in a Long Term Agreement of an initial period of one year and is renewable up to a period of three years subject to satisfactory performance.Pre-bidding ConferenceA pre-bidding conference will be held on Wednesday, 16 November 2016 at 2. 30p.m at the UNDP Conference Room, Located in Block M Ground Floor, United Nations Complex.Those who wish to attend the pre-bidding conference should send their names to Bernadette Ndeda ; bernadette.ndeda@undp.org;not later than 3.00 p.m. on Tuesday, 15 November 2016 for purposes of security booking.

Cyber-security: technical assistance to the Government of Kenya Digital Payments Taskforce.

Financial Sector Deepening Trust (Kenya) | Published July 4, 2015  -  Deadline July 15, 2015
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The Government of Kenya (GoK) recently mandated a switch to electronic payments across all government agencies to enable its citizens make payments via a number of electronic channels. A digital payments taskforce was set up to oversee this initiative. Cybersecurity is recognised as one of the most serious economic and national security challenges but one that many governments are not adequately prepared to counter. Premised on this, the task force clearly identified the need for a cybersecurity intervention within the project to facilitate a secure online environment for citizens to conduct their business. FSD is supporting this initiative through provision of technical assistance to the taskforce. The objective of the consultancy will be: Assess the state of cybersecurity across government agencies and platforms relevant to the proposed new payment gateway: a) To assess the vulnerability of the proposed national payment gateway architecture to cyber attack. b) To prepare actionable recommendations to improve the state of information security management in the identified institutions. c) To develop a capacity building plan and implementation roadmap to address the gaps identified. d) To identify and document best practice in cybersecurity risk management activities relevant to the national payments gateway specifically providing guidance on how to enhance levels of security.

KE-Electricity SIL (2010) - P103037

Ministry of Energy and Petroleum | Published October 27, 2014  -  Deadline November 27, 2014
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Expression Of Interest For Consultancy Services For Development Of Regulations, Revenue Arrangements, And Technical Requirements For Private Sector Renewable Energy Mini-grids MINISTRY OF ENERGY AND PETROLEUM EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR DEVELOPMENT OF REGULATIONS, REVENUEARRANGEMENTS, AND TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR PRIVATE SECTOR RENEWABLE ENERGY MINI-GRIDS The Government of Kenya has received financing from the IDA for KenyaElectricity Expansion Programme (KEEP) and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consultancy servicesfor Development ofRegulations, Revenue Arrangements, and Technical Requirements for Private Sector Renewable Energy Mini-grids. The GoK has sought World Bank assistance for rural electrification in theproposed Kenya Electricity Modernization Project (KEMP). The KEMP intends to include an Off-grid Electrification Component. Thecomponent will support green-field mini-grid investments to be undertaken by the private sector in partnership with the publicsector. The mini-grids are likely to serve communities with households, public sector facilities, businesses and industrial loads,typically with about 200 to 3,000 connections (customers).  Majority of customers arelikely to be households. The development strategy is to remove the principal constraints to engaging theprivate sector to partnerwith public sector to deliver electricity services to large number ofconsumers, powered by renewableenergy sources. By mitigating these constraints and enhancing confidence, future expansion of services can proceed without or withmore limited government or donor support. In this regard, the Ministry of Energy and Petroleum is thus seeking to procurea short term consultancy,to recommend business model(s) for private sector engagement in renewable energy hybrid mini-grids inKenya; for the recommended business model(s), develop the regulatory framework, technical standards and financial compensationmechanism; and recommend a bidding and award strategy for competitively granting projects to the private sector, including bidevaluation criteria. The study will be conducted within a period of not more than six (6) months. In particular, the Consultantwill: 1.   Evaluate the current policy and regulatory frameworkfor mini-grid development in Kenya. In the assessment of the institutional framework, any implications of the currentdecentralization of the administration (i.e. increasingly being allocated to counties) for the rural electrification policy makingand implementation have to be taken into account. 2.   Recommend the business model ? Concession vsmini-IPP models. Undertake an assessment of private sector interest; characterize the risks and their relative impacts for eachmodel; and for the recommended model,  proceed to next step of developing regulatoryframework. 3.   Development of regulatory framework and (lighthanded) regulations, including Concession agreement and/or Power Purchase Agreement; 4.   Develop minimum technical and service standards andrecommend workable monitoring and enforcement mechanisms. 5.   Provide a spreadsheet that shows the likely capitaland operating costs fora solar-diesel, wind-diesel, or solar-wind-diesel hybrid system serving a rural community of 500 connectionsincluding storage capacity where deemed appropriate. 6.   Propose financial compensation arrangements ?options include capital cost buy-down, guarantee for private sector debt from bank in the pre-investment and investment phases,energy and/or capacity payment. Ensure maximum leverage of both financial and private sector interest in renewable energy hybridmini-grid development 7.   Propose approach to competitive selection ofconcessionaires and/or mini-IPPsuppliers. The Ministry of Energy and Petroleum now invites eligibleconsultants to indicatetheir interest in providing the services. Interested consultants mustprovide information indicating thatthey are qualified to perform theservices (e.g. brochures, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions,availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc.). Interestedfirms must submit the following information: (i)    Experience of the firm to undertake works of similar nature (provide list of studies conducted of a similar nature in the last 10 years) (ii)  Capability of keypersonnel,including their qualifications and competence in undertaking the consultancy works. Such personnel must include specialists in thefollowing disciplines; a) Project Manager/Transaction Specialist with powergeneration/distribution transactional experience and MBA degree or equivalent; b) Legal/regulatory specialist with Advanceddegree in Law or equivalent; c) Utility planner/economist with BSc degree or equivalent d) Renewable electricitygeneration and distribution engineerwith Bsc degree in engineering or equivalent. Knowledge of renewable energy technologies andRural Electrification is a must for all the specialists. Consultants may associate with otherfirms in the form of a joint venture or a sub consultancy to enhance their qualifications, but one can only belong to ONEconsultancy Eligible firms are requested to submit their "Expression of Interest" for this assignment to: The Principal Secretary Ministry of Energy and Petroleum Nyayo House P. O. Box 30582-00100 NAIROBI or be deposited in the Tender Box situatedon 24th floor, Nyayo HouseBuilding so as to be received not later than 27th November, 2014 at 10.00 am (East African Time). Theresponses will be opened immediately thereafter at the Conference Room, 23rd Floor, in the presence of bidders'representatives who choose to attend. HEAD OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT SERVICES For: PRINCIPAL SECRETARY

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RE-ADVERTISEMENT) UNDP/SOM/RFP/2015/006 PROVISION OF SSAFE TRAINING FACILITY & SUPPORT FOR UNDSS SOMALIA, SSAFE PROJECT

United Nations Development Programme | Published August 28, 2015  -  Deadline October 8, 2015
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RE-ADVERTISEMENT UNDP/SOM/RFP/2015/006 PROVISION OF SSAFE TRAINING FACILITY & SUPPORT UNDSS SOMALIA, SSAFE PROJECT NAIROBI, KENYA Section 1.  Letter of Invitation PROVISION OF SSAFE TRAINING FACILITY & SUPPORT Dear  Offeror The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) hereby invites you to submit a Proposal to this Request for Proposal (RFP) for the above-referenced subject. This RFP includes the following documents: Section 1 – This Letter of Invitation Section 2 – Instructions to Proposers (including Data Sheet) Section 3 – Terms of Reference Section 4 – Proposal Submission Form Section 5 – Documents Establishing the Eligibility and Qualifications of the Proposer Section 6 – Technical Proposal Form Section 7 – Financial Proposal Form Section 8 – Contract for Professional Services, including General Terms and Conditions Section 9 – Gender Questionnaire Section 10 – Checklist Your offer, comprising of a Technical and Financial Proposal, in separate sealed envelopes, should be submitted in accordance with Section 2. You are kindly requested to submit an acknowledgment letter to UNDP to the following address: United Nations Development Programme United Nations Office in Nairobi (UNON), UN Avenue, Gigiri Pre-fab D5 P.O Box 28832-00200, Nairobi Kenya Attention: Procurement Specialist, Jennifer Nielsen The letter should be received by UNDP no later than by close of business 10th September 2015.  The same letter should advise whether your company intends to submit a Proposal. If that is not the case, UNDP would appreciate your indicating the reason, for our records.  Please send to asha.shidane@undp.org with cc: to jennifer.nielsen@undp.org.

KE:Transport Sector Support Project - P124109

Kenya Airports Authority | Published September 16, 2016  -  Deadline October 6, 2016
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Design Review And Supervision Of Rehabilitation Of Aircraft Pavements, Airfield Ground Lighting (agl) At Moi International Airport (mia), Mombasa REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (EOI) (CONSULTING SERVICES - FIRMSSELECTION) NAME OF COUNTRY: KENYA NAME OF PROJECT: KENYA TRANSPORT SECTOR SUPPORT PROJECT CREDIT NO.: 49260KE ASSIGNMENT TITLE: DESIGN REVIEW AND SUPERVISION OF REHABILITATION OF AIRCRAFT PAVEMENTS, AIRFIELDGROUND LIGHTING (AGL) AT MOI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (MIA), MOMBASA Contract No.:  KAA/ES/MIA/850/CONS 1.      The Government of Kenya has received financing from the World Bank towards the cost of theKenya Transport Sector Support Project (KTSSP) and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consultancy services. Agence Francaisede Developmente (AFD) is  co-financing the  related workscontract. 2.      The consultancy services include; review ofthe designs and tender documentation, and provisionof supervision services for  (a) rehabilitation of the pavementin the whole airfield onrunway, taxiway and asphalt/concrete aprons;(b) drainage works improvement; (c) slope and ground stabilization of theplatform; (d) tunnel erosion remediation; and removal and installation of a new airfield ground lighting system. The works will becarried out in an operational airport. 3.      The consultancy period is 36 months inclusive of a 12 months' defect liability period. Significantpart of the Works are to be executed on airside in an operational airport and due consideration shall therefore be given torequisite safety, security andefficient operational measures, minimum interference to prevailing flightoperations. 4.      The Kenya Airports Authority now invites eligibleconsulting firms ("Consultants") to express their interest in providing the services. Interested consultants should provideinformation demonstrating that theyhave the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the services (brochures,description of similar assignments, experiencein similar conditions, technical and managerial capabilities, core business and yearsin business, availability of appropriate skills amongstaff, etc). The shortlisting criteria are: 5.      Successfully completion in the last seven (7) years of design and works supervision asfollows: ·         Rehabilitation of aircraft pavements during operation for at least two (2)internationalairports with annual aircraft movements of at least 50,000 each with minimum pavement area of 600,000 squaremetres. ·         New Construction of Runway and taxiways for at least two (2) international airports withannualaircraft movements of at least 50,000 with minimum pavement area of 100,000 square metres ·         Design and installation of Airfield Ground Lighting (AGL) system for at least 2 InternationalAirport with at least 60,000 aircraft movements. ·         Similar projects in complexity particularly with works undertaken in an operational internationalairport 6.      The attention of the Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants Under IBERD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants byWorld Bank Borrowers date January 2011 and revised in July 2014 ("consultant's Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policyon conflict of interest. 7.      Consultants may associate with otherfirms in the form of a joint venture or a sub consultancy to enhancetheir qualifications. 8.      Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Quality and Cost Based Selection Method set out in theConsultant Guidelines. 9.      Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below from 08:00 to17:00 Hours from Monday to Friday excluding lunch hour (13:00 to 14:00 Hrs) and public holidays. 10. Expression of interest must be delivered in written form to the address below in person, bymail or by email by 6th October 2016 at 10:00 at Local time The Ag. ManagingDirector Attention: Mr. NicholasBodo Kenya AirportsAuthority North Airport Road, KAA HQ, Procurement Office,2nd Floor P.O Box 19001- 00501 NAIROBI,KENYA Telephone: 254-20-(6611000/ 6822111) Fax ;    254-20- (6822078/ 6827304) Email :info.engineering@kaa.go.ke

KE:Transport Sector Support Project - P124109

Kenya Airport Authority | Published February 2, 2015  -  Deadline February 23, 2015
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Request For Expression Of Interest;consulting Services: Design, Tender Documents And Construction Supervision Ofpower Supply And Distribution System Upgrade At Moi International Airport (mia), Mombasa REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST; CONSULTING SERVICES:DESIGN, TENDER DOCUMENTS AND CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISIONOF POWER SUPPLY AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMUPGRADE AT MOI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (MIA), MOMBASA NAME OF COUNTRY:KENYA NAME OF PROJECT: KENYATRANSPORT SECTOR SUPPORT PROJECT CREDIT NO.:              4926KE PROJECT ID No.:   P124109 Contract No.:        KAA/ES/MIA/946/CONS 1)    The Government of Kenya has received financing from the World Bank towards thecost of the Kenya Transport Sector Support Project (KTSSP) and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consultancy services.Agence Francaise deDevelopmente (AFD) is also co-financing the project. The consultancy services will involve carrying out a feasibility studyand preliminary design by comparing several options for increasing power supply, including from the national grid and/or throughautonomous photovoltaic energy; and (b) detailed design of the preferred option, preparation of bidding documents and supervisionservices for electrical supply and distribution upgrade. Implementation Theconsultancy period is 24 months inclusive of a 12 months defect liability period. Significant part of the Works are to be executedon airside in an operational airport and due consideration shall therefore be given to requisite safety, security and efficientoperational measures, minimum interference to prevailing flight operations. The Kenya Airports Authority now invitesconsultants to indicate their interest in providing the consultancy services for design of power distribution system upgrade andsupervision of related construction works. Interested consultants must provide information indicatingthat they are qualified to perform the services (brochures,description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, technicaland managerial capabilities, core business and yearsin business, client references, administrative and financial strength, availability ofappropriate skills among staff, etc). Onlythose firms that satisfy the following minimum requirement shall be considered as potential consultants: Shall havesuccessfully completed in the last seven(7) years the design and works supervision as follows: ·       Design and installation ofairport power supply and distribution System for an airport passenger terminal building of minimum 3 million passengers per annumin at least two (2) international airports. ·       Design and installation ofAirfield Ground Lighting (AGL) system for at least 2 International Airport with at least 60,000 aircraft movements. ·       Similar projects in complexityparticularly with works undertaken in an operational international airport Consultants shall provide relevant letters ofreference from the said Airports. Consultants may associate to enhance theirqualifications. A consultant will beselected in accordance with the procedures set out in the World Bank's "The Guidelines, Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grantsby World Bank Borrowers, published in May 2004 and revised in October 2006 and May 2010." Interested consultants may obtain further information at the addressbelow from 08:00 to 17:00 Hours from Monday to Friday excluding lunch hour (13:00 to 14:00 Hrs) and publicholidays. Expression of interest must be delivered to the address below by 23rd  February2015 The ManagingDirector Kenya AirportsAuthority P.O Box 19001- 00501 NAIROBI,KENYA Telephone: 254-20- (6611000/ 822111) Fax;    254-20-(822078/ 827304) Email: info.engineering@kaa.go.ke For any questions regarding the REOI, please send the queries to info.engineering@kaa.go.ke

Kenya payments system: non-bank interoperability study.

Financial Sector Deepening Trust (Kenya) | Published October 22, 2013  -  Deadline November 25, 2013
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Effective interoperability has the potential to deliver major gains in the development of payment systems. The Kenya Bankers' Association (KBA) has initiated an Integrated Payments Project (IPS). The preliminary stage, completed over the last year and supported by FSD Kenya, identified a strong business case for action by the banking industry in improving the integration of the national payments system. This has since been endorsed by the KBA Governing Council and the project is moving to the implementation stage. However, as a bank-led initiative, the analysis did not focus on the interests or perspectives of the non-bank institutions involved in the payment system. A further study is required to encompass all retail non-banking participants in the payment system. Critical non-bank players include: mobile money operators including mobile network operators (MNOs), Savings and Credit Co-operatives (SACCOs), micro-finance institutions (MFIs), card schemes, payment processors, independent acquirers and switches. The KBA recognises that an integrated national system must include these other key players but, given its role in supporting the banking industry, it is also not in a position to drive this further phase. As a neutral entity, FSD Kenya can support the research and analysis necessary to move towards a genuinely national solution to more effectively integrating Kenya's payments infrastructure. The purpose of the proposed study is to identify the options for engaging non-banking players in an industry-led initiative to create an efficient and sound interoperable national retail payments platform. The service provider's responsibilities will include: - Review existing relevant literature and analysis; - Estimate potential industry-wide efficiency gains from channel sharing; - Project potential industry-wide income gains from business expansion; - Identify potential options for an industry driven interconnection solution; - Analysis of the cost-benefits of prospective solutions; - Presentation and discussion of results with stakeholders; - Development of final business case for the preferred option.

Kenya GPE Primary Education Development - P146797

Ministry of Education, Science and Technology | Published July 28, 2015
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General Procurement Notice GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE(GPN) REPUBLIC OFKENYA KENYA PRIMARY EDUCATION DEVELOPMENTPROJECT Sector:Education Grant No.:TF018863 Project ID No.:P146797 1.                 The Government of Kenya has applied forfinancing from the World Bank Global Partnership in Education in amount of US$ 88.4 million equivalent towards the cost of Kenya Primary EducationDevelopment Project, andintends to apply part of the proceeds to payments forgoods, related services and consulting services tobeprocured under this project. 2.                 The project development objectives are toimprove early grade mathematics competency and to strengthen management systems at school and national levels.These improvementsare expected to eventually improve school completion and learning achievements which have the potential to lead to significantindividual benefits through later life earnings and better social outcomes. 3.                 The project will include the followingcomponents: (i) Improving early grade mathematics competencies; (ii) Strengthening of  school management and accountability; (iii) Building capacity  for evidence based policy  development  at national level; and (iv) Project coordination, communication, monitoring and evaluation. 4.                 The Goods and Non-Consulting Services tobe procured under International Competitive Bidding (ICB) procedures and contracts for Consultant Services include: ·                    Printing and distribution of textbooks,teacher's guides and mathematics   manipulative/teachers aids: ·                    IT equipment and relatedsoftware ·                    Office equipment ·                    Technical Advisory services for EarlyGrade Mathematics ·                    Technical Advisory services for teacherassessment ·                    Audit services ·                    Monitoring and Evaluation 5.                 Procurement of contracts will beconducted  through the procedures as specified inthe World Bank's "Guidelines: Procurement of Goods, Works and Non-Consulting  Services under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits& Grantsby World BankBorrowers"dated January 2011and revised in July 2014and is open to alleligible bidders as defined in the guidelines. Consulting services will beselected in accordance with the World Bank's "Guidelines: Selection and Employment ofConsultants under IBRD Loans and Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers" dated January 2011 and revised in July 2014. 6.                 Specific procurement notices forcontracts to be bid under the WorldBank's international competitive bidding (ICB) procedures and for contracts for consultancyservices will be announced, as they become available in the UN Development Business Online, national Newspapers of widecirculation, and the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology's website.

Kenya RuralRoads Project - P151004

Kenya Rural Roads Authority | Published April 28, 2016
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General Procurement Notice GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE COUNTRY: KENYA NAME OF PROJECT: KENYA RURAL ROADS PROJECT SECTOR: INFRASTRUCTURE GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE Project ID No. P151004 The Government of Kenya has applied for financing in the amount of US$ 200 million equivalent from the World Banktoward the cost of the Kenya Rural Roads Project (KRRP), and it intends to apply part of the proceeds to payments for goods, works,related services and consulting services to be procured under this project. KRRP will be jointly financed by the Government of Kenya. The proposed projectwill include the followingcomponents; Component I: Rehabilitation of rural roads infrastructure.  This component will focus on physical rehabilitation and upgrade of rural roadsmanaged by Counties and the Kenya Rural Roads Authority (KeRRA). Contracts to be financed under this component are forthe: a.       Construction of approximately 2,400km of gravel sealed roads. b.     Construction of approximately 250km of bitumen sealed roads carrying low volume traffic. c.       Consulting Services for the provision of feasibility,environmental and social impact studies, road designs, bid documentation, construction supervision and other technicalassistance. Component II: Capacity building and project administration. This component will provide support anddeepen the implementation of reforms in the rural roads sector providing coverage at the National and County levels and carter fortraining and sensitization services of County politicians and executive staff, technical road county staff and contactors.Contracts to be financed under this component comprise of consultancy services for different studies and technical assistance, andInformation Technology systems which include but not limited to: i.            Development of an Enterprise ResourceProgram (ERP) for KeRRA ii.            Development of Road Management System(RMS) for the road sector in Kenya iii.            Capacity building on road maintenanceplanning and management at KeRRA, its regional level offices and roads units for beneficiary Counties iv.            Study on the allocation criteria of theRoad Maintenance Levy Fund (RMLF) v.            Capacity building on the Road SectorInvestment Programme at Kenya Roads Board (KRB), National Government road agencies and County Governments. Procurement of contracts financed by the World Bank will beconducted through the procedures as specified in the World Bank's Guidelines: Procurement under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers dated January 2011 and revised in July2014, and is open to all eligible bidders as defined in the guidelines. Consulting serviceswill be selected in accordance with the World Bank's Guidelines: Selectionand Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers dated January 2011 and revised in July 2014. Specific procurementnotices for contracts to be bid underthe World Bank's international competitive bidding (ICB) procedures and for contracts for consultancyservices will be announced, asthey become available, in UN Development Business (UNDBOnline) and in two newspapers of nationalcirculation in Kenya, the Daily Nation and The Standard.

PROVISION OF INTERNATIONAL COURIER SERVICES (INBOUND AND OUTBOUND) FOR THE UNITED NATIONS OFFICE ...

United Nations Secretariat | Published April 1, 2016
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The United Nations Office at Nairobi (UNON) invites qualified contractors to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) to participate in the tender process for the International Courier Services for both Inbound and Outbound Mail Services. Introduction: The United Nations Office at Nairobi (hereinafter referred to as UNON) of P. O. Box 67578 Nairobi , Kenya, seeks to engage the services of a qualified company for Provision of International Courier Services to serve destinations all over the world. As such, in accordance with the UN Regulations, Rules and Procedures, UNON invites experienced, capable and competent International Air Express Services Companies to express their interest. The selected company will offer services under a three-year contract with possible extensions up to five years (3+1+1), subject to vendor’s performance. The forecast annual volume in business is approximately 14,000 Kgs for both INBOUD AND OUTBOUND mail and Parcels, with a monthly estimate of 1,200 Kgs. The services under this contract shall cover International Courier Services for Common Services participating UN Agencies located in different parts of the world, to and from major cities all over the world, the most common being in North and South America, Western Asia & Far-East Asia, Southern and South-East Asia, Africa, Europe and the Caribbean. Qualification of Vendor: The Contractor should: ●Be a fully accredited International Air Express Services Company ●Possess experience in International Courier Services ●Have a minimum of 5 years’ experience in this field (international Courier Services) ●Possess the necessary facilities, corporate governance policies and qualified personnel (management team and staff) ●Be ready to perform the desired services under the Terms and Conditions that will be fully described in the solicitation documents. Submission of EOI: Interested Vendors should forward their Expressions of Interest (EOI) along with the signed Vendor forms by Email to pdnairobi@unon.org before 4th May 2016. All EOI submissions should indicate the EOI Reference number and title in the subject line. Additional details of this requirement will be provided in the solicitation documents that will be released following this EOI. UNON reserves the right to change or cancel the requirement of this EOI at any time during the EOI and/or solicitation process. Thus, submitting a reply to this EOI does not automatically guarantee your company will be considered for receipt of the solicitation when issued. Only Vendors who, in UN’s sole discretion, are deemed eligible and qualified, upon completion of the objective evaluation of this EOI submissions, may receive the tender solicitation documents.