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AF: ARTF - CB for Results Facility - P123845

Capacity Building for Results (CBR) Facility Project, | Published March 30, 2016  -  Deadline April 6, 2016
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Consultancy Services For Design And Implementation Of E-recruitment Management System REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES ? FIRMS SELECTION) (Re-advertisement) Country :Afghanistan Project : CapacityBuilding for Results Grant No.: TF- 011447AF Assignment Title:   Consultancy Services for Design and Implementation of E-Recruitment ManagementSystem Reference No. (as perProcurement Plan): CBR/MoF/94/CS-009 The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost ofthe Capacity Building forResults (CBR) Facility Project, and intendsto apply part of the proceeds for consulting services. The consulting services("the Services") include Consultancy Services for Design and Implementation of E-Recruitment Management System. Capacity Building forResults "CBR" is an Afghan led reform and capacity building program, funded through Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund (ARTF)under the Afghan National Budget.The CBR aims to assist the government in improving the capacity and performance of select lineministries in carrying out their mandates and delivering services to the Afghan people through National Priority Programs. Thiswill be achieved through the implementation of specific capacity and institution building programs, which include systematicmonitoring of and reporting on results. All line ministries can participate in the CBR, while the level of support is based onresults. The CBR facility hasfour inter-related components: a) Technical Assistance Facility for the Preparation and Implementation of Capacity BuildingPrograms b) Building Human Capacity c) Civil Service Training and d) Project Management, Monitoring and Evaluation. Line Ministries getsupport from CBR programagainst their progress on reforms and indicative results. CBR programis coordinated with all current on-budget and off-budget technical assistances, which are being provided to the Line Ministries to improvethe synergies and avoidduplication. Project Support Units(PSUs) in the Ministryof Finance and in the Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission (IARCSC) work closely toimplement the project. The MoF PSU isresponsible for recruitment and deployment of TAs for the Line Ministries, apart from recruiting TAs for the National ProcurementAuthority (NPA). MoF PSU also recruits other national and international staff required to support PSU functions. Human ResourcesManagement Unit of the MoF PSU is responsible for carrying out overall TAs recruitment management of project, to keep accuraterecord of TAs recruitment, contract management and performance appraisals to have an effective reporting system. The HR unit of theMoF PSU intends to strengthen its functioning in streamlining the whole recruitment, contract management and performance appraisalby developing an e-recruitment management system and has decided to hire the services of a consulting firm for developing thesame. The services areprimarily to establish an effective, transparent, dynamic and accountable e-recruitment management system, a multi-componentsoftware tool designed to automate and facilitate the processes involved in finding, attracting, assessing, interviewing and hiringnew personnel for the CBR project. The consulting firm has toperform the following tasks: ·         Conduct assessment of existing recruitment functionalities,procedures, and systems of PSUs ·         Collect information from PSUs on enterable data, required internal control and reporting needs. ·         Design, customize, test and implement a comprehensive and secure e-recruitment management system for PSUs, including amodule foreffective monitoring and tracking of all CBR civil servant recruitments done by the LineMinistries. ·         Do testing for data entry, data retrieval, system controls and report generation ·         Prepare training plan and conduct training sessions for staff of PSU and CBR Line Ministries ·         Develop system training material and operations manual for e-recruitment management and IT Staff ( soft & hardcopy) The Capacity Building for Results Project, DirectorGeneral Budget, Ministry of Finance, IRoA now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest inproviding the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they havethe required qualificationsand relevant experience to perform the Services. The short listing criteria are: ·         Minimum 7 years of specialized experiencerelated to the assignment specifically in carrying out software system design and development; ·         The Consulting firm should demonstratethat they have enough capacity (including personnel) in handing similar assignments; ·         The Consulting firm should have an averageannual turnover of at least $ 225,000 or equivalent in last 3 years; The attention of interested Consultants is drawn toparagraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants underIBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers dated January 2011 ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth theWorld Bank's policy on conflict of interest. Consultants may associate with other firms in the formof a joint venture or a sub-consultancy to enhance their qualifications. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with theQuality cum Cost Based Selection (QCBS) method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Further information can be obtained at the addressbelow during officehours 08:00 to 16:00 hours. Expressions of interest (EOI) must include thefollowing: ·         Introductory letter on letter head (withcomplete contact details ? name of contact person, mailing address, telephone, fax, email etc) explaining how the firm is bestsuited to deliver the consultancy assignment; ·         Organizationprofile; ·         Last Two years annual report and last 3years financial statement; ·         Details of similar projects implementedby the ConsultancyFirm pertaining to the short listing criteria; ·         The EoI should contain sufficientsupporting document to substantiate the claim of the Consultant towards their qualification as per the short listingcriteria. Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the address below (in person, or by mail, or by e-mail) by6th April 2016, 16:00 Hrs. Apre-proposal conference willbe held, date and time of which will be intimated to the short listedconsultants, in the RFP andLoI. Capacity Building for Results (CBR)Facility Project, Director GeneralBudget, Ministry ofFinance, Pashtunistan Watt,Kabul, Afghanistan E-mail: cbr.cs@cbr.gov.af Copies marked to logu67@gmail.comcbr.hashimi@gmail.com;shafiqullah_jamalyar@yahoo.com Contact # + (93) +799 06 99 11 - +786 87 99 01

AF: ARTF - CB for Results Facility - P123845

Ministry of Finance | Published November 3, 2015  -  Deadline November 30, 2015
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Consultancy Services For Design And Implementation Of E-recruitment Management System REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES ? FIRMS SELECTION) Country :Afghanistan Project : CapacityBuilding for Results Grant No.: TF- 011447AF Assignment Title:  Consultancy Services for Design and Implementation of E-Recruitment Management System Reference No. (as perProcurement Plan): CBR/MoF/94/CS-009 The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost ofthe Capacity Building forResults (CBR) Facility Project, and intendsto apply part of the proceeds for consulting services. The consulting services("the Services") include Consultancy Services for Design and Implementation of E-Recruitment Management System. Capacity Building forResults "CBR" is an Afghan led reform and capacity building program, funded through Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund (ARTF)under the Afghan National Budget.The CBR aims to assist the government in improving the capacity and performance of select lineministries in carrying out their mandates and delivering services to the Afghan people through National Priority Programs. Thiswill be achieved through the implementation of specific capacity and institution building programs, which include systematicmonitoring of and reporting on results. All line ministries can participate in the CBR, while the level of support is based onresults. The CBR facility hasfour inter-related components: a) Technical Assistance Facility for the Preparation and Implementation of Capacity BuildingPrograms b) Building Human Capacity c) Civil Service Training and d) Project Management, Monitoring and Evaluation. Line Ministries getsupport from CBR programagainst their progress on reforms and indicative results. CBR programis coordinated with all current on-budget and off-budget technical assistances, which are being provided to the Line Ministries to improvethe synergies and avoidduplication. Project Support Units(PSUs) in the Ministryof Finance and in the Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission (IARCSC) work closely toimplement the project. However, it is planned to integrate these PSUs into one single CBR PMU that is responsible for implementingall parts of the Project. The CBR PMU isresponsible for recruitment and deployment of TAs for the Line Ministries, apart from recruiting TAs for the National ProcurementAuthority (NPA). CBR PMU also recruits other national and international staff required to support PMU functions. Human ResourcesManagement Unit of the PMU is responsible for carrying out overall TAs recruitment management of project, to keep accurate recordof TAs recruitment, contract management and performance appraisals to have an effective reporting system. The HR unit of the PMUintends to strengthen its functioning in streamlining the whole recruitment, contract management and performance appraisal bydeveloping an e-recruitment management system and has decided to hire the services of a consulting firm for developing thesame. The services areprimarily to establish an effective, transparent, dynamic and accountable e-recruitment management system, a multi-componentsoftware tool designed to automate and facilitate the processes involved in finding, attracting, assessing, interviewing and hiringnew personnel for the CBR project. The consultingfirm has to performthe following tasks: ·         Conduct assessment of existing recruitment functionalities,procedures, and systems of PMU ·         Collect information from PMU on enterable data, required internal control and reporting needs. ·         Design, customize, test and implement a comprehensive and secure e-recruitment management system for PMU, including amodule for effective monitoring and tracking of all CBR civil servant recruitments done by the LineMinistries. ·         Do testing for data entry, data retrieval, system controls and report generation ·         Prepare training plan and conduct training sessions for staff of PMU and CBR Line Ministries ·         Develop system training material and operations manual for e-recruitment management and IT Staff ( soft & hardcopy) The Capacity Building for Results Project, DirectorGeneral Budget, Ministry of Finance, IRoA now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest inproviding the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they havethe required qualificationsand relevant experience to perform the Services. The short listing criteria are: ·         Minimum 10 years of specialized experiencerelated to the assignment specifically in carrying out software systemdesign and development; ·         The Consulting firm should demonstratethat they have enough capacity (including personnel) in handing similar assignments with value of USD 135,000 equivalent or more inthe last five years. ·         The Consulting firm should have an averageannual turnover of at least $ 225,000 or equivalent in last 3 years; The attention of interested Consultants is drawn toparagraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants underIBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers dated January 2011 ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth theWorld Bank's policy on conflict of interest. Consultants may associate with other firms in the formof a joint venture or a sub-consultancy to enhance their qualifications. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with theQuality cum Cost Based Selection (QCBS) method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Further information can be obtained at the addressbelow during officehours 08:00 to 16:00 hours. Expressions of interest (EOI) must include thefollowing: ·         Introductory letter on letter head (withcomplete contact details ? name of contact person, mailing address, telephone, fax, email etc) explaining how the firm is bestsuited to deliver the consultancy assignment; ·         Organizationprofile; ·         Last Two years annual report and last 3years financial statement; ·         Details of similar projects implementedby the ConsultancyFirm pertaining to the short listing criteria; ·         The EoI should contain sufficientsupporting document to substantiate the claim of the Consultant towards their qualification as per the short listingcriteria. Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the address below (in person, or by mail, or by e-mail) by30th November 2015, 16:00 Hrs. Capacity Building for Results (CBR)Facility Project, Director GeneralBudget, Ministry ofFinance, Pashtunistan Watt,Kabul, Afghanistan Attn: Ms. AsifaStenakzai Tel: +93797168722 E-mail: cbr.cs@cbr.gov.af copies marked tologu@cbr.gov.af  and  a.stanekzai01@gmail.com

Afghanistan Power System Dev Project AF - P152975

Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat | Published September 14, 2015  -  Deadline September 23, 2015
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Terms Of Reference (tor) For Individual Consultant Electrical Engineer REQUESTFOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST Afghanistan Power System Development Project Additional Financing TERMS OF REFERENCE (TOR) for Individual Consultant (Electrical Engineer) COUNTRY: Islamic Republic of Afghanistan NAME OF PROJECT: Afghanistan Power System Development Project AdditionalFinancing CONSULTING SERVICES: Individual Consultant Reference No: VA-DABS-HQs/94-075 Addendum 1 Project ID No.:P152975 Duty Station:    Kabul, Afghanistan with travel to project site ifnecessary Supervisor:      DABS Director General Number ofJobs:1 Salary: As per company salary Job Type:    Full Time Nationality:   Any Nationality Advertising Date:   14 Sep, 2015 Closing Date: 23 Sep2015 Email:Wali.oria@dabs.af or hr@dabs.af Project background: Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS) has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of theAfghanistan Power Systems DevelopmentProject (APSDP) and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consultant services. The development objectivesof the APSDP are to increase the number of electricity connections for the urban centers of Charikar, Gulbahar and Jabul-es-Serajand Pul-e-Khumri and to improve the availability of power from Naghlu and Mahipar switchyards. This was to be achieved through (i)provision of grid connectivity to Charikar, Gulbahar, Jabul-Seraj, consumers, which were receiving power supply for a few hours aday through off-grid diesel/hydro generators; (ii) rehabilitation of the transmission switchyards associated with the largest twohydro power plants in Afghanistan- Naghlu and Mahipar; and (iii) augmentation of Pul-e-Khumri medium and low voltage distributionnetwork to cover more areas. The priority areas in each town were agreed with Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS) and Ministry ofEnergy and Water (MEW). The project has the following main components: A.    Rehabilitation of Charikar, Gulbahar & Jabul-e-Seraj (contract MEW/S-504) andPul-e-Khumri Distribution Systems (contract MEW/S-506): Installation of both of the twocontracts has been largely completed. The Project Management Firm (PMF) supported MEW with processing contract closing and systemtransfer to DABS. The PMF contract closed on June 30, 2015 and the installed networks were transferred to DABS. DABS now isresponsible for the procurement and installation of the service drops and meter boxes to connect the distribution networks tohouseholds. The Additional Financing will be used tofund the goods only, and the installation will be conducted byDABS B.     Rehabilitation of Naghlu and Mahipar 110kV Substations (contractMEW/S-505): Rehabilitation of these two substations is covered under one supply andinstallation contract. The installation was planned to be done in sequence instead of simultaneously. At Mahipar, the constructioninstallation testing and commissioning work have been completed.  Formal handing overto DABS and operator's training have been completed. At Naghlu, rehabilitation works can only start in the dry season and isexpected to take 6-8 months for completion. However, due to the seasonality of hydropower at Naghlu, there is a risk that workscould be pushed into 2016. This contract (MEW/S- 505) is handed over to DABS throughcontract amendment. DABS now needs to select a consulting firm to support the technical monitoring of the implementation of therest of the contract whichmay last till the end of 2015 or early 2016. But to fill the time gapbetween completion of current PMFand the hiring of a new firm, DABS is recruiting two individual consultants as Supervisor Electrical Engineer and Supervisor CivilEngineer to supervise the activities and tasks of contractors. The Additional Financing will be used to cover the incremental costof this contract and the cost of the technical monitoring consultants. The Contract for Rehabilitation of Naghlu and Mahipur110kV Substations covers survey, design,supply and erection including but not limited to the following: a)       Naghlu Substation i.            Five 110kV LineBays (Three Replaced and Two New) ii.            Two 110kV Transformer Bays iii.            Two 110kV Metering Bays iv.           One 110kV Bus-Coupler Bay v.            One Complete, Portable  TrailerMounted 110kV Line Bay vi.           One 12-Panel 10kV Indoor Metalclad Switchboard vii.            Control and Protection Equipment viii.           Substation Control andMonitoring System ix.           Communication Equipment to connect to OPGW x.            All Necessary Auxiliary Equipment to complete theworks. b)      Mahipur Substation i.            Three 110kV Line Bays (Two Replaced and One New) ii.            Three 110kV Transformer Bays iii.            Three 110kV Metering Bays iv.           One 110kV Bus-Coupler Bay v.            One Complete, Portable Trailer Mounted 110kV Line Bay vi.           One 12-Panel 10kV Indoor Metalclad Switchboard vii.            Control and Protection Equipment viii.           Substation Control andMonitoring System ix.           Communication Equipment to connect to OPGW x.            All Necessary Auxiliary Equipment to complete theworks. Scope of work: The consultant's dutystation will be Naghlu Hydro Power plant. The consultant has to review equipment's of Naghlu hydropower plant Switchyard, through consultation with NaghluHPP Manager. The consultant has to perform the following tasks: 1.      Complete electrical works by supervising installations; resolvingdesign issues 2.      Maintains safe and healthy work environment by establishing,following, and enforcing standards and procedures; complying with codes and legal regulations 3.      Review test requirements and assist in electrical equipment checkoutand startup. 4.      Review the project engineering drawings and work with companycommissioning personnel to testify the electrical systems being installed. 5.      Supervise the works carried out by theContractors. 6.      Support accomplishment of End User requirements for operability,maintainability, compatibility and reliability with existing facilities in installation of new facilities. 7.      The day to day supervision and coordination with all relevantparties, including the coordination of all activities carried out by the Civil and Mechanical contractors and theirsubcontractors. 8.      Review payment claims submitted by theContractors. Deliverables and millstones: 1.      Internal monthly and weekly managementreports. 2.      Handover report after completion of contract to Bank, DABS andProject Management Firm Contracting: The contract will be a time-based payment contract andinclude a period of 90 working days (6 working days each week). The consultant shall be granted two week leave without pay duringthis assignment. The consultant shall be provided two return air tickets from his home country to Kabul. The consultant's remuneration is based on (i) agreedupon unit rates multiplied by the actual time spent by the staff in executing the assignment, and (ii) reimbursable expenses usingactual expenses and/ or agreed unit prices. DABS officials will supervise the consultant works, who will be involved in the dailyexecution of the assignment. During this 90 working days assignment a SupervisionConsulting firm will be hired.The Individual Consultant (Electrical Engineer) will update and deliver all responsibility to theFirm at the end of the assignment. Qualification: 1.       At least Bachelor's degree, Master's degree in electrical engineering is preferred. 2.       Must have ten years' experience in planning and implementation of substation and switch yard rehabilitationactivities. 3.       Experience with hydropower plant and electrification projects. 4.       Experience preparing scope of supply and employer'srequirements is essential. 5.       Has worked for similar switch yard rehabilitation activities. Experience ofpreparing procurement based on international financial institutions' policies andprocedures, ideally those of the World Bank andDABS is essential. Excellent English language skills are required.

Afghanistan Power System Dev Project AF - P152975

Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat | Published August 27, 2015  -  Deadline September 9, 2015
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Individual Consultant (civil Engineer) Islamic Republic Of Afghanistan Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS) REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST Afghanistan Power System Development Project Additional Financing TERMS OF REFERENCE (TOR) forIndividual Consultant (Civil Engineer) COUNTRY: Islamic Republic ofAfghanistan NAME OF PROJECT:Afghanistan Power System Development Project Additional Financing CONSULTING SERVICES:Individual Consultant Reference No: VA-DABS-HQs/94-075 Project ID No.: P152975 Duty Station:    Kabul, Afghanistan with travelto project site ifnecessary Supervisor:      DABS Director General Number of Jobs: 1 Salary: As per company salary Job Type:    Full Time Nationality:   Any Nationality Advertising Date:   26 Aug2015 Closing Date: 09 Sep 2015 Email: Wali.oria@dabs.af or hr@dabs.af Project background: Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS) has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Afghanistan Power Systems Development Project (APSDP)and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consultant services. The development objectives of the (APSDP) Project are toincrease the number of electricity connections for the urban centers of Charikar, Gulbahar and Jabul-es-Seraj and Pul-e-Khumri andto improve the availability of power from Naghlu and Mahipar switchyards. This was to be achieved through (i) provision of gridconnectivity to Charikar, Gulbahar, Jabul-Seraj, consumers, which were receiving power supply for a few hours a day throughoff-grid diesel/hydro generators; (ii) rehabilitation of the transmission switchyards associated with the largest two hydro powerplants in Afghanistan- Naghlu and Mahipar (iii) augmentation of Pul-e-Khumri medium and low voltage distribution network to covermore areas. The priority areas in each town were agreed with Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS) and Ministry ofEnergy and Water(MEW). The project has the following main components: A.    Rehabilitation ofCharikar, Gulbahar & Jabul-e-Seraj (contract MEW/S-504) and Pul-e-Khumri Distribution Systems (contractMEW/S-506): Installation of both of the twocontracts has been largely completed. The Project Management Firm (PMF) supported MEW with processing contract closing and systemtransfer to DABS. The PMF contract closed on June 30, 2015 and the installed networks were transferred to DABS. DABS now isresponsible for the procurement and installation of the service drops and meter boxes to connect the distribution networks tohouseholds. The Additional Financing will be used to fund the goods only, and the installation will be conducted by DABS with itsown facilities and at its own cost. B.     Rehabilitation ofNaghlu and Mahipar 110kVSubstations (contract MEW/S-505): Rehabilitation of these two substations is covered under one supply and installation contract. The installation was plannedto be done in sequence instead of simultaneously. At Mahipar, the construction installation testing and commissioning work havebeen completed.  Formal handing over to DABS andoperator's training have been completed. At Naghlu, rehabilitation works can only start in the dry season and is expected to take6-8 months for completion. However, due to the seasonality of hydropower at Naghlu, there is a risk that works could be pushed into2016. This contract (MEW/S-505) is handed over to DABS through contract amendment. DABS now needs to select a consultingfirm to support the technicalmonitoring of the implementation of therest of the contract which may last till the end of 2015 or early 2016. But to fill the timegap between completion of current PMF and the hiring of a new firm, DABS is recruiting two individual consultants asSupervisorElectrical Engineer and Supervisor Civil Engineer to supervise the activities and tasks of contractors. The AdditionalFinancingwill be used to cover the incremental cost of this contract and the cost of the technical monitoringconsultants. The Contract for Rehabilitation of Naghlu and Mahipur 110kV Substations covers survey, design, supply anderection including but not limited to the following: a)       NaghluSubstation i.            Five 110kV Line Bays (Three Replaced and TwoNew) ii.            Two 110kV Transformer Bays iii.            Two 110kV Metering Bays iv.            One 110kV Bus-Coupler Bay v.            One Complete, Portable  Trailer Mounted 110kV Line Bay vi.            One 12-Panel 10kV Indoor Metalclad Switchboard vii.            Control and Protection Equipment viii.            Substation Control and Monitoring System ix.            Communication Equipment to connect to OPGW x.            All Necessary Auxiliary Equipment to complete the works. b)      Mahipur Substation i.            Three 110kV Line Bays (two Replaced and OneNew) ii.            Three 110kV Transformer Bays iii.            Three 110kV Metering Bays iv.            One 110kV Bus-Coupler Bay v.            One Complete, Portable Trailer Mounted 110kV Line Bay vi.            One 12-Panel 10kV Indoor Metalclad Switchboard vii.            Control and Protection Equipment viii.            Substation Control and Monitoring System ix.            Communication Equipment to connect to OPGW x.            All Necessary Auxiliary Equipment to complete the works. Scope of work: The consultant's duty station will be Naghlu HydropowerPlant. The consultant has to review equipment of Naghlu Hydropower plant Switchyard, through consultation with Naghlu Hydropower plant Manager. Theconsultant has to perform the following tasks: 1.   Plan or direct the installation, testing,operation, maintenance, or repair of facilities or equipment. 2.   Supervise and monitor construction andinstallation of all equipment; 3.   Ensure that all work associated with theproject are carried out in full compliance with the designs and specifications; 4.   Ensure that environmental requirements,safety and monitoring are carried out in accordance with the recommendations of plans, and analysis of the project, and incompliance with World Bank safeguards policy and applicable law of country. 5.   The day to day supervision and coordinationwith all relevant parties, including the coordination of all activities carried out by the Civil and Mechanical contractors andtheir subcontractors. 6.   If needed, review as-built installations andcompare them with original designs to ensure all aspects are fully implemented as stipulated and prepare certificates of Completionand Operational Acceptance and punch lists according to the review. 7.   Review payment claims submitted by the Contractors. Deliverables and millstones: 1.      Internal monthly and weekly managementreports. 2.      Handover report after completion of contractto Bank, DABS and Project Management Firm Contracting: The contract will be a time-based payment contract and include a period of 90 working days (6 working days eachweek). The consultant shall be granted two week leave without pay during this assignment. The consultant shall be provided tworeturn air tickets from his home country to Kabul. The consultant's remuneration isbased on (i) agreed upon unit rates multiplied by the actual time spent by the staffin executing the assignment, and (ii) reimbursable expenses using actual expenses and/ or agreed unit prices. DABS official willsupervise the consultant works, who will be involved in the dailyexecution of the assignment. During this 90 working days assignment a Supervision Consulting firm will be hired. The Individual Consultant (CivilEngineer) will update and deliver all responsibility tothe Firm at the end of the assignment. Qualification: 1.      At least Bachelor's degree. Master's degree in Civil Engineering is preferred 2.      Must have ten years' experience in planning and implementation of substation and switch yardrehabilitationactivities and being an experienced construction engineer. 3.      working on hydropower plant and electrification projects 4.      Has worked for similar switch yard civil work rehabilitation activities. 5.     Competent in reading and understanding Specifications, drawings, and all otherdiscipline related Project and engineering documentation. Experience of preparing procurement based on international financial institutions' policies and procedures,ideally those of the World Bank andDABS is essential. Excellent English language skills are required. Organization: DaAfghanistan Breshna Sherkat Name: WaliOria Title: ProjectsDirector Address: Da AfghanistanBreshnaSherkat, Chaman Hozouri, Kabul , Afghanistan City:Kabul Province:Kabul Country :Afghanistan Phone: +93 729 002628 Email: wali.oria @dabs.af /hr@dabs.af Website: www.dabs.af

UNDP/AFG/RFP/2018/0000001996 - Provision of Human Resource Deep Dive Audit for Recruitment and Human Resource Management of Ministry of Interior Affairs (MOIA) Senior Civilians

UNDP - AFGHANISTAN | Published February 1, 2018  -  Deadline February 21, 2018
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UNDP/AFG/RFP/2018/0000001996 - Provision of Human Resource Deep Dive Audit for Recruitment and Human Resource Management of Ministry of Interior Affairs (MOIA) Senior Civilianshttp://www.undp.org/content/undp/en/home/operations/procurement/business/procurement-notices/resources/

Consulting, recruitment of consultants for local administration project

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) | Published August 2, 2017  -  Deadline August 20, 2008
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Education Improvement Project - P130182

Center for Education Projects | Published April 21, 2016  -  Deadline May 5, 2016
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Needs Assessment Of Teaching And Non-teaching Staff Of Educational Institutions For The Integration Of Ict Into The Teaching And Learning As Well As Administrative Processes &development Of Training Modules And Training Of Trainers Republic of Armenia EducationImprovement Project Loan No.:5387-AM; Credit No.: 8342-AM Project ID:P130182 Assignment Title: Needs Assessment of Teaching and Non-teaching Staff of Educational Institutions for the Integration ofICT into the Teaching and Learning aswell as Administrative Processes &Development of Training Modulesand Training ofTrainers Reference No.: PPlines 1.3.1, Training Sheet The Government ofArmenia has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost ofthe Education Improvement Project,and intends to apply part of the proceeds for services. The services include (i) assessment of the needs of the school teachers of for the effective use and integration of ICTinto teaching and learning process and the needs of non-teaching staff of general and tertiary education institutions for theeffective use and integration of ICT in the implementation of administrative functions, (ii) development of training modules andguidelines based on the needs assessment both for trainers andtrainees and (iii) training of trainers. The firms may decide toattract or not to attract a local counterpart for assistance in its activities. The following activities are to be carried out bythe selected firm: ·         Studyand analysis of the previous reports produced around the ICT application in Armenianschools and the professional development needs of teachers (such as the evaluation of ICT integration in Armenian Schools conductedin 2007, the Final Evaluation of APL1 conducted in 2009, The Assessment of Teachers Professional Development Needs conducted in2011, annual evaluation of the level of ICT use in Armenian schools by NACET, and other relevant reports); ·         Review the current status of the ICT infrastructure and tools established in Armeniangeneral education and formulate recommendations on eventual need for enhancement, as applicable; ·         Propose and implement a sound methodology (define sample, develop questionnaire, designfocus groups) for field-based assessment of training needs in core ICT skills for teaching and non-teaching staff of educationalinstitutions that will enable their efficient use of ICT in their respective roles and functions and produce an analytical reporton the findings along with recommendations on core ICT competencies gaps; ·         Based on the findings from the needs assessment, develop training packageincluding certified training modules for teaching staff (on ICT-enabled Pedagogy) and non-teaching staff (on core ICT competenciesfor school administrative staff) of educational institutions. Thetraining package should also comprise Certification tests, Quality Control module andmonitoring tools; ·         Prepare a time-bound plan for training of trainers (TOT); ·         Develop criteria for recruiting trainers; ·         Recruit and train trainers locally; ·         Conduct certification of the trainers; ·         Develop a set of recommendations for further improvement of ICT trainings of teaching andnon teaching staff of educational institutions. The contract signing is anticipated in June, 2016 and the completion date is November, 2016. The language of the assignmentis English. Trainings should be provided for Armenian speaking target group. The Center for Education Projects now invites eligible firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing theServices. Interested firms should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevantexperience to perform the Services (experience of the firm, evidence for the registration of the firm, CVs of key personnel). Theevaluation criteria are: ·        General experience of the firm - 20 points ·        Special experience of the firm (Experience in ICT training in educational sector) ? 50 points Generalqualification of the key personnel (Strong team with at least one lead specialist highly experienced in designing training modulesin the area of ICT in education, and providing trainings to the staff of educational institutions) ? 30points The firm should be financially stable to be able to carry out the assignment. The attention of interested firms is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank'sGuidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants [under IBRD Loansand IDA Credits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers [January 2011] ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank'spolicy on conflict of interest. The interested firms may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or asubconsultancy to enhance theirqualifications. A firm will be selected in accordance withthe Consultant's Qualification method (CQS) set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Further information can be obtained at theaddress below during office hours 11:00 to 13:00 and from 14:00 to 17:00 hours Monday-Friday except of nationalholidays. Expressions of interest must be delivered ina written form to the address below (in person, or by mail, or by e-mail) by May 5, 2016: "Center for Education Projects"PIU 73 S. Vratsyan street, Yerevan, 0070,Armenia Tel: (+37410) 57-56-90 ext. 63 E-mail: cfep@arminco.com Mr. Harutyun Gharibjanyan, Head ofICT Component For additional information, please contact by the emailabove.

RECRUITMENT SERVICE INSTALLATION, providing equipment, COMMISSIONING AND MAINTENANCE OF A LINK AND FULL INTERNET SERVICE, for the period of twenty-four (24) months with an extension option up to one (1) year

203 - AGENCIA NACIONAL DE SEGURIDAD VIAL, 0313/000 - AGENCIA NACIONAL DE SEGURIDAD VIAL | Published March 18, 2017
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RECRUITMENT SERVICE INSTALLATION, providing equipment, COMMISSIONING AND MAINTENANCE OF A LINK AND FULL INTERNET SERVICE, for the period of twenty-four (24) months with an extension option up to one (1) year

annual recruitment of emergency medical service. 2017. With option period extended for the same period

827 - UNIV. NACIONAL DE QUILMES, 0187/000 - DIRECCION DE SUMINISTROS | Published March 11, 2017
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annual recruitment of emergency medical service. 2017. With option period extended for the same period

RECRUITMENT SERVICE EXAMS FOR PERFORMING PHYSICAL CHEMICAL BACTERIOLOGICAL DRINKING WATER IN THE CENTER ATOMICO EZEIZA

105 - COM. NACIONAL DE ENERGIA ATOMICA, 0014/000 - DEP DE COMPRAS Y CONTRAT | Published March 4, 2017
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RECRUITMENT SERVICE EXAMS FOR PERFORMING PHYSICAL CHEMICAL BACTERIOLOGICAL DRINKING WATER IN THE CENTER ATOMICO EZEIZA

RECRUITMENT SERVICE TRAVEL ASSISTANCE - PACE 2017 "

371 - ESTADO MAYOR CONJUNTO DE LAS F.F.A.A., 0072/000 - DTO. EJECUCION PRESUPUESTARIA | Published March 4, 2017
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RECRUITMENT SERVICE TRAVEL ASSISTANCE - PACE 2017 ".

RECRUITMENT SERVICE SERVICE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF VEHICLES OF CDO BR Airborne IV AND FOE JEF Agrup

374 - ESTADO MAYOR GENERAL DEL EJERCITO, 0084/039 - COMANDO DE BRIGADA AEROTRANSPORTADA IV | Published March 4, 2017
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RECRUITMENT SERVICE SERVICE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF VEHICLES OF CDO BR Airborne IV AND FOE JEF Agrup

Language training program for staff and members of the Board of the Agency, for the first quarter of this year. Recruitment is carried out with the Language Laboratory of the Faculty of Arts at the University of Buenos Aires, according to a timely agreement signed between the CNV and the Faculty

602 - COMISION NACIONAL DE VALORES, 0044/000 - SECTOR COMPRAS Y CONTRATACIONES | Published March 4, 2017
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Language training program for staff and members of the Board of the Agency, for the first quarter of this year. Recruitment is carried out with the Language Laboratory of the Faculty of Arts at the University of Buenos Aires, according to the duly signed between the CNV and the Faculty agreement.

RECRUITMENT SERVICE MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY, AND CHARGING THE CDO MATAFUEGOS Airborne BR IV AND JEF AGR FOE

374 - ESTADO MAYOR GENERAL DEL EJERCITO, 0084/039 - COMANDO DE BRIGADA AEROTRANSPORTADA IV | Published March 4, 2017
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RECRUITMENT SERVICE MAINTENANCE OF EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY, AND CHARGING THE CDO MATAFUEGOS Airborne BR IV AND FOE JEF AGR.

RECRUITMENT SERVICE WASTE COLLECTION AND SPRAYING OF CDO BR Airborne IV AND JEF AGR FOE

374 - ESTADO MAYOR GENERAL DEL EJERCITO, 0084/039 - COMANDO DE BRIGADA AEROTRANSPORTADA IV | Published March 4, 2017
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RECRUITMENT SERVICE WASTE COLLECTION AND SPRAYING OF CDO BR Airborne IV AND FOE JEF AGR.

RECRUITMENT SERVICE FROM PUERTO BELGRANO INLAND TO BAHIA BLANCA AND VICE VERSA BELONGING TO DEPT. THE MACHINE SERVICE BNPB.-

379 - ESTADO MAYOR GENERAL DE LA ARMADA, 0038/002 - BASE NAVAL PUERTO BELGRANO - DPTO DE CONTABLIDAD Y FINANZAS | Published March 7, 2017
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RECRUITMENT SERVICE FROM PUERTO BELGRANO INLAND TO BAHIA BLANCA AND VICE VERSA BELONGING TO DEPT. THE MACHINE SERVICE BNPB.-

RECRUITMENT SERVICE AWARD OF CERTIFICATES OF ACCREDITATION STATUS SEEKERS PSYCHOPHYSICS CREDENTIALS OF LEGITIMATE USER OF FIREARMS OR OTHER MATERIALS CONTROLLED

208 - AGENCIA NACIONAL DE MATERIALES CONTROLADOS (ANMaC), 0466/000 - AGENCIA NACIONAL DE MATERIALES CONTROLADOS | Published February 27, 2017
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RECRUITMENT SERVICE AWARD OF CERTIFICATES OF ACCREDITATION STATUS SEEKERS PSYCHOPHYSICS CREDENTIALS OF LEGITIMATE USER OF FIREARMS OR OTHER MATERIALS CONTROLLED

RECRUITMENT SERVICE Disinsection Pest control BUILDING AND LOCAL EMCFFAA

371 - ESTADO MAYOR CONJUNTO DE LAS F.F.A.A., 0072/000 - DTO. EJECUCION PRESUPUESTARIA | Published February 27, 2017
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RECRUITMENT SERVICE Disinsection Pest control BUILDING AND LOCAL EMCFFAA.

Print service recruitment of teaching materials

905 - INST. NAC. CENTRAL UNICO COORD. DE ABLAC. E IMPLANTE (INCUCAI), 0067/000 - DEPARTAMENTO DE COMPRAS, CONTRATACIONES Y SUMINISTROS | Published February 27, 2017
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Print service recruitment of teaching materials

ACQUISITION OF NINETEEN THOUSAND EIGHT (19,008) DRUMS OF DRINKING WATER AND TWENTY (20) GALLON AND RECRUITMENT SERVICE COMODATO THIRTY TWO HUNDRED (230) WATER DISPENSER HOT / COLD FOR THE TERM OF TWELVE (12) MONTHS

623 - SERVICIO NACIONAL DE SANIDAD Y CALIDAD AGROALIMENTARIA, 0052/000 - DEPARTAMENTO DE COMPRAS, SUMINISTROS Y PATRIMONIO | Published February 27, 2017
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ACQUISITION OF NINETEEN THOUSAND EIGHT (19,008) DRUMS OF DRINKING WATER AND TWENTY (20) GALLON AND RECRUITMENT SERVICE COMODATO THIRTY TWO HUNDRED (230) WATER DISPENSER HOT / COLD FOR THE TERM OF TWELVE (12) MONTHS
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