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Consultant for regional projects under the Quality of Service Programme

Union postale universelle UPU Service d'achats | Published November 28, 2016
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Consultant for regional projects under the Quality of Service Programme

(16197) 808 Appointment of a consultant for the electronic auction of frequencies

Federal Office of Communications | Published February 10, 2017  -  Deadline January 6, 2017
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(16197) 808 Appointment of a consultant for the electronic auction of frequencies

IT Consultant for Division of Conference Management (DCM), UNOG

United Nations Office at Geneva | Published June 9, 2015  -  Deadline June 19, 2015
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The Division of Conference Management (DCM) is looking for a consultant who shows proficiency in integrating and optimizing the performance of open source platforms using Tomcat and Spring. Preferably a specialized Pentaho consultant, who will perform the following tasks: - Migrate the Spring Security integration with our Document Management System's authentication REST API from Pentaho 4.8 to Pentaho 5. - Assess the proper operation of the Pentaho 5 LDAP integration. - Monitor, assess and optimize the performance of the Pentaho Tomcat server. - Provide recommendations on the management of our Pentaho reports and dashboards in Pentaho 5. Required qualifications: - 3+ years of experience in working with open source software, - 2+ years of experience optimizing Tomcat servers, - 2+ years of experience with Spring Security integrations - Knowledge of LDAP - Knowledge of REST services. The vendor should be Pentaho-certified and should preferably have a sound understanding of the UN System. The required language is English. The start date should be as soon as possible and the duration would be one month.

Invitation for Expression of Interest: National Solid Waste Management Programme, Egypt. Consultancy Services for Implementation Consultant to the ESWA Investment Programme

KfW, on behalf of ESWA / MSEA | Published February 23, 2017  -  Deadline April 30, 2013
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Invitation for Expression of Interest: National Solid Waste Management Programme, Egypt. Consultancy Services for Implementation Consultant to the ESWA Investment Programme.

Improved Water and Wastewater Services Programme II (IWSP II), Egypt. Consulting Services for the Project Management Consultant (PMC)

KfW, on behalf of HCWW | Published June 25, 2015  -  Deadline July 28, 2015
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90410000

The Improved Water and Wastewater Services Programme II (“IWSP II”) succeeds the ongoing IWSP I. It covers four Governorates Qena, Sohag, Assiut, and Minya in Upper Egypt. The program objective is to ensure appropriate, thoroughly hygienic, efficient and financially sustainable water supply and wastewater disposal in the program areas. The Programme is composed of - An Investment Component to improve the physical infrastructure in the wastewater and water supply sector in the program areas so that services can be provided more efficiently in the future. The component includes: i) Rehabilitation of existing wastewater treatment plants; ii) Construction of new wastewater treatment plants and associated regional wastewater collection systems (“regional Sanitation Service Clusters”); iii) Expansion of existing wastewater collection systems if this enables the capacity utilisation ratio of existing wastewater treatment plants to be improved, if necessary including house connections; iv) Rehabilitation and expansion of existing drinking water treatment plants; v) Rehabilitation and restructuring of existing pipes and drinking water supply systems, if necessary including house connections. - A Technical Assistance (TA) Component to strengthen the technical and financial capacities of the HCWW and the Affiliate Companies (ACs). The TA component shall create an enabling environment for the execution of the investment component and improve the ACs operational and financial performance. The technical assistance will be provided by: i) a Programme Management Consultant (PMC), who will support HCWW’s Programme Management Unit (PMU) in Cairo to properly plan, steer, manage, supervise and document the programme activities. This consultant will also assist the PMU in its reporting obligations; ii) two Technical Assistance and Design Consultants (TADECs), who will support the HCWW’s Affiliated Companies (AC) of Qena, Sohag, Assiut, and Minya, in planning, tendering the investment projects and ensuring the quality of their IWSP II investment projects. This consultant will also support the ACs Programme Implementation Units (PIUs) in executing all programme management activities for which they are responsible such as technical and financial programme management and supervision, technical and financial reporting. The TADECs will also support capacity building in the ACs in order to improve their operational and financial efficiency; iii) an Operation & Maintenance Consultant (OMC), who may later support the AC in the operation and maintenance of the infrastructure financed under IWSP II This invitation for Expression of Interest concerns only the services required from the Project Management Consultant (PMC). Requested Consultant Services: The Consultant’s main tasks comprise: 1. Assess the current situation and the results of the IWSP II as well as the experiences of the IWSP I - prepare a work plan for IWSP II 2. Support the establishment of the PMU management structure and train PMU staff 3. Optimise, update and implement the existing IWSP I Manual of Procedures 4. Establish, update and maintain the IWSP II project list 5. Monitor and report on the ACs’ performance (performance indicators) 6. Carry out financial, procedural and occupational health & safety audits 7. Support financial programme management, accounting, monitoring and reporting 8. Support the IWSP budget management, monitoring and reporting 9. Establish a simple documentation system for relevant IWSP II documents 10. Prepare the Quarterly Progress Reports for the entire Programme 11. Ensure professional public communication, public relations and visibility of the IWSP II and its funding partners 12. Support coordination of TADEC and PIU activities 13. Support the establishment and operation of a simple Programme Management Information System (PMIS) based on the existing PMIS components 14. Manage the special fund and procure equipment, tools, hardware and software, which will be required for carrying out the tasks of the PMC and TADEC

Consultant for regional projects under the Quality of Service Programme for 2013-2016, DOT- Consultant QSF, Order for services

Union postale universelle UPU Service d'achats | Published November 22, 2013
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Consultant for regional projects under the Quality of Service Programme for 2013-2016, DOT- Consultant QSF, Order for services

Expression of Interest: Sewage Disposal in Southwest Kosovo, Phase IV (Peja), Implementation Consultant

Regional Water Company Hydrodrini (RWCH) | Published May 11, 2016  -  Deadline June 10, 2016
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90400000

The purpose of the Project is to improve the collection and treatment of waste water in the city of Peja. This is to contribute to the protection of surface and groundwater resources, the adaption to climate change and the improvement of the living conditions of the population of Peja. The Project area covers the built-up area of Peja, the site of the wastewater treatment plant (WWTP), sewerage network and related transmission lines of wastewater and treated effluent.
The Project comprises the following investment measures:
- rehabilitation of sewage network, construction of special structures
- construction of collectors connecting parts of Peja to the WWTP
- construction of transmission lines to the waste water treatment plant (WWTP)
- construction of a WWTP (60,000 PE for the first phase)
- Discharge pipeline from the WWTP to receiving water body downstream of the irrigation dam
•procurement of a flushing truck
•CCTV-inspections of sewers (optional)

A further Consultant will provide Consultancy Services for institutional strengthening and support in the operation of the WWTP (Accompanying Measures Consultant). Related services are tendered in parallel to the present one for design and supervision.

The design of the Project is based on a Feasibility Study submitted by Fichtner in October 2011 and on a complementary Feasibility Study prepared by Ernst Basler+Partner LTD in September 2014. These studies will be made available to the pre-qualified bidders from the PEA. Moreover, it is based on the Minutes of Meeting (MoM) concluded at November 21st 2014 as well as October 8th 2015 between Regional Water Company Hydrodrini (RWCH), the Municipality of Peja, the Ministry of Finance (MoF), the Ministry of Economic Development (MED), the Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning (MESP), SECO and KfW. The PEA will hand over the documents to the Consultant on request. The total budget is estimated to be 25.0 million EUR including cost of Consulting Services.

The requested Consultancy Services shall support the PEA in implementing the Project and shall support/ assist the PEA in implementing the Project. Services shall consist of:
• Preparation of detailed design including related tender documents,
• Assistance to the tender process for the supply of materials and construction works,
• Construction supervision (role of the FIDIC Engineer)
• Assistance during defects notification period,
• Provisional and final acceptance of construction works and supplies,
• Support of the PEA in overall management of the Project,
• Reporting
Consulting Services for the construction of the WWTP will be carried out acc. to FIDIC Yellow Book, while Services for the other measures will follow the FIDIC Red Book.

These services are to be provided by a team of international long- and short-term experts (e.g. in the fields of waste water collection and treatment, electro-mechanics, tendering and contracting, site supervision) and, mandatorily, local experts (of Kosovo including Albania),, who are experienced in similar works. The international consulting engineering firm shall be the leader of the joint venture or association. Experts shall provide consultancy services during planning, tendering, construction phase and liability period. Efficient management and backstopping services shall be made available.

Expression of Interest: Sewage Disposal in Southwest Kosovo, Phase IV (Peja), Accompanying Measures Consultant

Regional Water Company Hydrodrini (RWCH) | Published May 11, 2016  -  Deadline June 10, 2016
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90400000

The purpose of the Project is to improve the collection and treatment of waste water. This is to contribute to the protection of surface and groundwater resources and to the improvement of the living conditions of the population of Peja. The Project area covers the built-up area of Peja, the site of the wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) and related transmission lines of wastewater and treated effluent.
The Implementation Project carried out in parallel to the present Accompanying Measures comprises the following investment measures:
• rehabilitation of sewage network, construction of special structures
• construction of collectors connecting parts of Peja to the WWTP
• construction of transmission lines to the waste water treatment plant (WWTP)
• construction of a WWTP (60,000 PE at first construction phase)
• Discharge pipeline from the WWTP to receiving water body downstream of the irrigation dam
• procurement of a flushing truck
• CCTV-inspections of sewers (optional)

A further Consultant will provide Consultancy Services for design and supervision of these measures (Implementation Consultant). Related services are tendered in parallel to the present one for the accompanying measures.
The design of the Project is based on a Feasibility Study submitted by Fichtner in October 2011 and on a complementary Feasibility Study prepared by Ernst Basler+Partner LTD in September 2014. These studies will be made available to the pre-qualified bidders from the PEA. Moreover, it is based on the Minutes of Meeting (MoM) concluded at November 21st 2014 as well as October 8th 2015 between Regional Water Company Hydrodrini (RWCH), the Municipality of Peja, the Ministry of Finance (MoF), the Ministry of Economic Development (MED), the Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning (MESP), SECO and KfW. The PEA will hand over the documents to the Consultant on request. The total budget is estimated to be 25.0 million EUR including cost of Consulting Services.

The requested Consultancy Services (Accompanying Measures) shall provide assistance with the aim of improving the capacities of RWCH and to enhance framework conditions in the water sector through support in the following fields (non-exhaustive):
- Adjustment/refinement of organisation structure
- Business planning
- Tariff calculation/preparation of tariff proposals
- Human resources planning and development for managerial, technical and administrative staff, preparation of job descriptions
- Public awareness/information and communication
- Finance/administration
• Optimization of water reading, billing and money collection
• Asset management
• Customer service concept
• Hardware and software to support financial management/administration based on needs assessment
- Operation and maintenance
• Realistic planning and precise implementation of plans
• Hardware and software for Network Information System based on needs assessment
• Complete GIS of collection system including manholes
• Know-How in operation/maintenance of Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP)/assistance in operation during the first 24 months after commissioning
- Development of sludge management concept (closely related to sector policy dialogue
- Initiation/development of an industrial wastewater management concept
- Policy dialogue to enhance the framework conditions of the sector and thus to allow for a successful Project implementation

The costs for the Accompanying Measures Consultancy shall not exceed 1.3 million EUR.


These services are to be provided by a team of international long- and short-term experts (e.g. Institutional Strengthening Expert, Financing /Accountancy Expert, Expert Awareness Campaigns, Water Loss/Leak Detection Expert, O&M expert for WWTP) and, mandatorily, local experts (of Kosovo including Albania), who are experienced in these fields and similar works. The international consulting engineering firm shall be the leader of the joint venture or association. Experts shall provide consultancy services during planning, tendering, construction phase and liability period. Efficient management and backstopping services shall be made available.

Project implementation consultancy services - Ghana Urban Mobility and Accessibility Project

State Secretariat for Economic Affairs | Published June 8, 2016  -  Deadline July 28, 2016
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71336000

The overarching objective of the Implementation Consultant services will be to ensure the efficient and effective implementation of the project and the appropriate and economic use of the project funds in the fulfillment of the project objectives. The Implementation Consultant shall be responsible for the project progressing efficiently and for early identification of project risks and devising with the beneficiaries of corresponding mitigation measures.
The Implementation Consultant will provide support to the project beneficiaries, including supervising the work done by consultants, suppliers and contractors hired under the project.

For detailed information on the mandate tasks, please refer to the Tender documents

Municipal Infrastructure Programme III/IV , Albania - Consulting Services for an Institutional Consultant

Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure (MoTI), General Directorate for Water Supply and Sewerage (GDWSS), Albania | Published December 1, 2014  -  Deadline January 15, 2015
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90713100

The purpose of the Programme is to assure a reliable and hygienically safe water supply for the population of the Programme cities with cost covering and socially affordable tariffs as well as provide adequate settlement hygiene through wastewater disposal. This is to contribute to an efficient use of the water resources and to environmental protection with parallel improvement of living, working and health conditions for the population. The Consultant’s main tasks comprise: 1.Consulting Services for the improvement of the PEA’s organisation and performance 2.Consulting services for the improvement of the PCU’s capacities to coordinate and implement the overall Programme (optional services) The required expertise comprises amongst others organisational development, business plan development, tariff adjustment, billing and programme monitoring.

Individual Consultant (IC): UNDP Support to Governors’ Climate and Forest Task Force Initiative (GCFTF)

BPPS/SDEV/REDD+ - SWITZERLAND | Published October 24, 2017  -  Deadline November 11, 2017
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BackgroundReducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation, as established by the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), is often referred to as “REDD+”. The UNDP REDD+ team is based in UNDP’s Bureau for Policy and Programme Support - BPPS. It is part of the Sustainable Development cluster and also works closely with the Climate Change team.The REDD+ team is responsible for a growing portfolio. The sources of funds include: (i) the UN-REDD Programme, a collaborative partnership with FAO and UNEP; (ii) the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF); (iii) the Central African Forests Initiative (CAFI); and (iv) the Green Climate Fund (GCF). In addition, the team is responsible for other forest and climate initiatives and ensuring overall quality assurance. UNDP’s REDD+ Team is spread globally, with management based in Geneva. Regional teams are located in UNDP’s Regional Centres in Bangkok (Asia-Pacific) and Panama (Latin America and the Caribbean), while the regional team for Africa is in Nairobi in order to be co-located with UNEP’s REDD+ Team. The regional teams support UNDP’s country offices and partners in their region. Support to UNDP country offices is coordinated closely with the Regional Bureaux through the regional centres.The team works closely with UNDP’s Green Commodities Program (GCP) on drivers of deforestation related to agricultural commodity supply chains, the UNDP-GEF team to provide guidance on GEF-funded projects related to REDD+, and with the Low Emissions, Climate Resilient Development (LECRD) team to ensure UNDP’s efforts on REDD+ contribute to broader transformational change. The team can support the REDD+ initiatives of the regions and country offices and provide quality assurance on a full cost-recovery basis.The UNDP REDD+ team has recently been identified to support the Governors’ Climate and Forests Task Force (GCFTF) initiative. This involves supporting the preparation and implementation of projects for the more than 30 developing country sub-national jurisdictions participating in the initiative to develop strategies and investment plans for innovative forested landscape transformation. This will be done in coordination with the secretariat for the GCFTF (based in Colorado University), the governance arrangements for the initiative, and other existing partners.Scope of WorkUnder the supervision and leadership of the Principal Technical Advisor for REDD+, the prospective consultant will manage UNDP’s contribution to the GCFTF initiative, ensure effective delivery and play a significant role in ensuring the overall objectives of the initiative are met.As a member of the UNDP REDD+ Team, the consultant will also contribute to the overall success of the team, engage effectively with team members, support their contributions to the GCFTF initiative, and contribute to the overall portfolio as needed.Expected Outputs and Deliverables The consultant will be responsible for the following deliverables:1. Contribute to the development, implementation and adaptive management of a multi-year UNDP-GCFTF work plansDevelop and coordinate internal project management arrangements to ensure the effective delivery of funds to jurisdictionsDevelop and coordinate arrangements for the disbursement of fundsDevelop and coordinate internal control systems for reviews, reporting, monitoring and evaluation2. Contribute to the quality assurance of interventions at the jurisdictional levelDevelop and coordinate criteria and arrangements for assessing proposalsEngage with the GCFTF secretariat and implementation partnersSupport and facilitate technical inputs from UNDP REDD+ team members and other relevant UNDP inputs3. Contribute to the achievement of expected GCFTF resultsProvide inputs to GCFTF strategic planning etc.Contribute to identification and development of innovative, transformative approaches to forest and climate landscape managementSupport the development and implementation of interventions where UNDP acts as the lead partnerCoordinate with donors, GCFTF secretariat, jurisdictions and implementation partnersInstitutional ArrangementThe consultant will be supervised by and report to the Principal Policy and Technical Advisor, REDD+, Sustainable Development Team, BPPS. In addition, she/he will be expected to liaise, collaborate and work with the UNDP REDD+ Team and Sustainable Development Cluster, REDD+ stakeholders, GCFTF Secretariat and implementation partners.Duration of the Work The IC consultancy will be for a duration of 3.5 months full time, commencing on 16 January until 30 April 2018.Duty StationGeneva, SwitzerlandQualificationsThe individual contractor must have a graduate degree in environmental management, international development, public policy or any related degree. A tertiary qualification in economics, law, or project management is desirable. S/he must have at least 5 years work experience in managing grants/projects in developing countries, preferably in the Latin America and Caribbean region, including Brazil. Experience working on REDD+ issues with an international forest & climate initiative (i.e. UN-REDD, FCPF, FIP, REM, GCF) is highly desirable.Operational language fluency in English and Spanish is required; working knowledge of French and Portuguese desirable.CompetenciesExcellent English written communication skills, with analytic capacity and ability to synthesize project outputs and relevant findings for the preparation of quality project reportsAbility to understand new terminology and concepts easily and to synthesize information from different sources into a coherent project documentMaturity and confidence in dealing with senior and high-ranking members of international, regional and national institutionsExcellent team player with good interpersonal and communication skillsAbility to demonstrate sufficient technical knowledge to perform effectively and independentlyAbility to manage workload with minimum supervisionAbility to work under pressure and tight deadlinesAbility to accommodate additional demands on short noticeDisplays sensitivity and adaptability to different cultures, genders, religions, races, nationalities and age groupsScope of Price Proposal and Schedule of PaymentsThe individual contractor will be compensated based on an all-inclusive daily fee, to be paid on a monthly basis upon submission of a signed IC time sheet, to be cleared and approved by the Principal Technical Advisor. [In the event that mission travel is required, this will be administered and compensated separately in accordance with standard UNDP travel policies and procedures.]Presentation of OfferApplicants are requested to submit the following on or before 11 November 2017:Duly accomplished Letter of Confirmation of Interest and Availability using the template provided (uploaded)Personal CV or P11, indicating all past experience from similar projects, as well as the contact details (email and telephone number) of the Candidate and at least three (3) professional referencesBrief description of why the individual considers him/herself as the most suitable for the assignment, and a methodology, if applicable, on how they will approach and complete the assignment. A methodology is recommended for intellectual services, but may be omitted for support servicesFinancial Proposal that indicates the all-inclusive daily rate.Criteria for Selection of the Best OfferThis consultant’s offer will be evaluated based on the following criteria:Combined Scoring method – where the technical qualifications will be weighted a maximum of 70%, and combined with the price offer which will be weighted a max of 30%. Only candidates obtaining a minimum of 70 points would be considered for the financial criteria. Click here to apply.

Municipal Infrastructure Programme IV, Delvina, Gjirokastra, Lushnja - Consulting Services for an Engineering Consultant

Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure (MoTI), General Directorate for Water Supply and Sewerage (GDWSS), Albania | Published January 15, 2015  -  Deadline February 19, 2015
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90713100

Project Measures: The purpose of the Programme is to assure a reliable and hygienically safe water supply for the population of the Programme cities with cost covering and socially affordable tariffs as well as provide adequate settlement hygiene through wastewater disposal. This is to contribute to an efficient use of the water resources and to environmental protection with parallel improvement of living, working and health conditions for the population. Requested Services: The Consultant’s main tasks comprise: Phase 1: Preparation of individual feasibility studies in the various project locations, focusing on the following components: Town of Delvina: Water Supply Rehabilitation of the existing water facilities (spring catchment, reservoirs, pumping stations); rehabilitation of the distribution network including house connection and water meter; Town of Gjirokastra: Water supply Rehabilitation and / or replacement of transmission network and distribution network including spring catchment; procurement of water meter Wastewater Sewer network Town of Lushnja: Water Supply Rehabilitation of the water supply distribution network Phase 2 (optional): Implementation of the identified and selected measures will comprise of detailed design and construction supervision. The award of the consulting services for phase 2 to the winning bidder of phase 1 is regarded as optional. Only such applicants will be shortlisted, which qualify for both phases 1 and 2.

Technical Consultant Mandate for the Project "Energy Districts in Colombia"

State Secretariat for Economic Affairs Economic Cooperation and Development Infrastructure Financing | Published December 12, 2013  -  Deadline January 31, 2014
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65400000

The Technical Consultant will assist the public utility Empresas Públicas de Medellín E.S.P. (EPM) and the Colombian Ministry of Environment and Sustainable Development (MADS) with the implementation of a district cooling infrastructure, it will provide general technical expertise necessary for the project and it will ensure a knowledge transfer with Switzerland. The objectives of the Consultant services will also be, through its support to the beneficiaries, to ensure the appropriate and economic use of the project funds in the fulfillment of the project objectives, that the Project is technically sound, innovative and yet adapted to the local conditions and realities. For more details, please refer to the attached Terms of Reference.

SDC’s Global Program Water Initiatives - Cartographer Consultant for the Water Resources Sector.

Global Cooperation, Water Initiatives Division | Published November 27, 2012  -  Deadline January 10, 2013
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71300000, 98300000

The aim of the tender is to identify an organisation or an individual consultant/cartographer (hereafter called the Consultant) to support the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) / Global Program Water Initiatives (WIs) with expertise in mapping and illustration for the water resource program of SDC over the period 1.2.2013 – 31.12.2016. As a result of the Consultant input, SDC/WIs expects to reinforce the impact of its communication strategy as well as strengthen its competences and recognition through the dissemination of “WIs branded/labelled” maps and illustration.

Package 1: Consulting Services for Implementation Consultant Package 2: Consulting Services for Accompanying Measures: Emission Reduction in Cities Programme - Solid Waste Management, Indonesia

Sub-Directorate of Solid Waste / Directorate of Environmental Sanitation Development / Directorate General of Human Settlements | Published June 3, 2013  -  Deadline July 3, 2013
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71410000

Project measures: Package 1. Consulting Services for Implementation Consultant The implementation of the investment measures (preparation of detailed design, support during tender procedures, and construction supervision for landfills, sorting and composting facilities as well as closure of existing dump sites) will be supported by an Implementation Consultant (IC). Package 2. Consulting Services for Accompanying Measures An “Accompanying Measures (AM)” Consultancy Service will be carried out in order to strengthen the institutional, financial, organisational and technical capacities of the municipal and regency departments that participate in the investment programme. PQ Documents: All interested parties will first have to register on Ministry of Public Works semi e-procurement system. To register, please visit: https://eproc.pu.go.id/registrationmanual2012.zip PQ documents can be downloaded at www.pu.go.id Upon registration, please download the PQ documents as follows: For Package 1. Consulting Services for Implementation Consultant, please visit: www.pu.go.id > semi e-Procurement > Login > Halaman Pengumuman Pelelangan Tahun Anggaran 2013 > Implementation Consultant for Emission Reduction in Cities > Pendaftaran For Package 2. Consulting Services for Accompanying Measures, please visit: www.pu.go.id > semi e-Procurement > Login > Halaman Pengumuman Pelelangan Tahun Anggaran 2013 > Capacity Building for Emission Reduction in Cities > Pendaftaran Both packages will be tendered and evaluated seperately and independently. Interested bidders can apply for both or either one of the tenders.

Computer support and consultancy services

Kanton Luzern Dienststelle Informatik | Published May 11, 2017  -  Deadline June 16, 2017
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72600000

As of Q4 2017, DIIN needs support in the field of IT procurement on site. Employee profiles are therefore searched for in the following roles:

- Lot 1: Senior Sourcing Consultant with focus on ICT,

- Lot 2: Professional Sourcing Consultant with focus on ICT,

- Lot 3: Assistant sourcing with focus on ICT.

Within the framework of this invitation to tender, five suppliers (partners) per lot are sought who provide the services mentioned in a reliable, secure and economically advantageous manner. For this purpose, the suppliers must be able to provide the profiles mentioned. The suppliers can submit an offer to all or only to individual lots.

The framework contract is concluded over 4 years, with an option to extend to 10 years. In the case of specific projects, individual contracts with one of the partners are then concluded for the respective order / project.

The consultant will provide expertise to produce advocacy material to further enhance project’s visibility and outreach. The consultant will also advise on data driven vaccine safety digital communica

World Health Organization | Published July 10, 2016
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Background
The Vaccine Safety Net was established by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2004 to facilitate the access of public health authorities, health professionals and the public to reliable information on vaccine safety. Its initiation was the result of the increasing number and detrimental effect of websites providing unbalanced, misleading and alarming vaccine safety information. As a consequence, governments, key non-governmental organizations and the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) requested a mechanism facilitating the identification of and access to reliable sources of information on the Web.

(16197) 808 Appointment of a consultant for the electronic auction of frequencies

Federal Office of Communications | Published November 4, 2016  -  Deadline January 6, 2017
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79342410

CPV:  79342410 - Electronic auction services

Consultant for the Diagnostics Assessment Group of the Prequalification Team (PQT)

World Health Organization | Published May 5, 2017
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Screen dossiers submitted to Prequalification of Diagnostics (PQDx), assist with the development and finalisation of the PQDx Technical Specifications Series (TSS) and Technical Guidance Series (TGS) within agreed timelines, and assist the group with other dossier associated activities, as required by the Diagnostics Assessment Group Lead.

SDC's Global Program Water Initiatives - Quality Control Consultant for the Water Resources Sector.

Global Cooperation, Water Initiatives Division | Published November 1, 2012  -  Deadline December 10, 2012
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98300000

The Consultant will support the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) / Global Program Water Initiatives (WIs) with expertise in the river basin organisation management; integrated water resources program planning, steering and monitoring over the period 1.1.2013 – 31.12.2015. The Consultant will help SDC/WIs to ensure quality control of its integrated water resources management and water diplomacy strategic pillar. This strategic pillar consist in various support to a portfolio of projects, programs and global platforms and initiatives such as a. Blue Peace Initiatives (Middle East, Nile and Global). b. Low Cost High Technologies in Water Resources Management. c. Water Foot Print Initiatives. d. Water Diplomacy Initiatives. e. Payment for Watershed Services Initiatives. f. Transboundary Aquifer Resource Management Initiative. This support will consist in participation to key events and/or mission as well as intellectual inputs through reports and memo upon SDC/WIs request.