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Strengthening Pub. Procurement Capacity - P150077

Institut des Finances Basil Fuleihan | Published January 28, 2016  -  Deadline February 5, 2016
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Provision Of Consulting Services For The Preparation And Delivery Of Training Curricula In Public Procurement For The Mena Region Request for Expressions of Interest Provision of Consulting Services for the Preparationand Delivery of Training Curricula in Public Procurement for the MENA Region The Arab Administrative Development Organization (ARADO) has received a grant from the International Bank forReconstruction and Development (IBRD), toward the cost of the project, Strengthening Public Procurement Capacity in the MENARegion, and it intends to apply part of the proceeds of this grant to payments under the contract for the Preparation and Delivery of Training Curricula in Public Procurement for the MENARegion. The Coordination Unit (CU)established within the Institute of Finance Basil Fuleihan of Lebanon (IOF) is responsible for coordinating the implementation ofthe Grant. The services include: 1- The development of training modules and additional materials, in the Arabic language, according to prioritizedtopics for training identified in the regional strategy document; 2- The development and delivery of training of trainersprogram (TOT); and 3- Coaching the implementation of pilot trainings and supporting the potential trainers who participated in theToT . The above services will be based on a stock-tacking exercise of existing public procurement training needs andprograms needsthat was previously conducted, and on the regional strategy and action plan for capacity building which identifiedthe challenges and the capacity gaps in the MENA region to be addressed. ARADO, through the CU, invites eligible consulting firms to indicate their interest in providing the services.Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (brochures, in similarconditions, availabilityof appropriate skills among staff, etc.). The information should clearly indicate a narrative descriptionof the assignments, contact details of the clients, contracts value and persons-months of key staff provided by the firm. Expressions of interest may be submitted by individual consulting firms as well as proposed associations betweenconsultants,e.g., joint ventures and sub-consultancies. Only the best qualified firm will be invited to submit a combined technicaland financial proposal. The Request for Proposals (RfP) for the assignment is expected tobe issued in February 2016. Interestedeligible Consultants for the assignment may obtain further information from Ms Rana Rizkallah Fares at the address given below.Expressions of Interest should be submitted within 10 days from the date of this notice. A consulting firm will be selected in accordance with the Consultant s' Qualifications Selection method(CQS) and the procedures set out in theWorld Bank's Guidelines: Selection andEmployment of Consultants by WorldBank Borrowers date January 2011. Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below by 1 st ofFebruary 2016: 512, Corniche Annaher, Beirut, Lebanon Rana Rizkallah Fares PO Box: 16-5870, Beirut Tel: +961 1 425147 Fax: +961 1 426860 Email : ranarizkal@finance.gov.lb

LB-Water Supply Augmentation Project - P125184

Council for Development and Reconstruction - Legal Affair / Tenders | Published April 14, 2016  -  Deadline May 17, 2016
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Supervision Consultancy On Construction Of The Bisri Dam And Its Ancillary Work SPECIFIC PROCUREMENTNOTICE Request for Expression of Interest Republic of Lebanon Council for Development andReconstruction Water Supply Augmentation Project - BisriDam Contract Consultancy Services for ConstructionSupervision (Loan No. 8443-LB; Contract Code:WSAP-C1) This Request for Expression of Interest(REOI) follows the general procurement notice for this Project that appeared online in UN Development Business No.WB655-02/15 dated February 10, 2015. The Government of Lebanon has received aloan from the World Bank (WB), and applied for parallel financing from the Islamic Development Bank (IDB), toward the cost ofimplementation of theWater Supply Augmentation Project (WSAP), that includes, among other components, the construction of a WaterSupply Dam and associated infrastructure at Bisri. The Council for Development andReconstruction (CDR), Project's implementing agency on behalf of the Government of Lebanon, intends to apply part of the proceedsfor the Construction Supervision Consultancy Services for the Bisri Dam, and aim to pre-select six (6) qualified engineeringConsultants to be invited for Proposals' submissions. The Services include the ConstructionSupervision of the Dam and its ancillary work, a zoned rockfill embankment Dam with an inclined clay core with a maximum height of74 meters above thestreambed at 395 asl. The ancillary works include an ungated spillway, an underground bottom outlet tunnel andmaneuver shaft (to be used for temporary river diversion), and a downstream power house and intakestructure. A deep Cutoffdiaphragm wall, of almost 120m depth in the valley bottom, is to be constructed among the other foundation treatment works thatinclude grouting, geodrains etc. The implementation extends for an estimated construction period of 5 years for the Dam and itsancillary works and the post-construction (monitoring of initial filling and O&M) period of 2 years. The CDR hereby invites eligibleConsultants to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information indicating thatthey have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services in a responsive way to the below listedrequirements. Consultants may associate to enhancetheir qualifications. Name and nationality of the Lead Partner shall be specified. A consultant will be selected inaccordance withthe procedures set out in the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans& IDA Credits & Grants dated January 2011, revised July 2014. Interested Consultants are requested toprovide the following information: A duly signed Cover Letter stating theInterest of the Applicant in providing the mentioned services. A general and concise presentation ofthe firm(s) (brochures, statements of type, property, and key tasks etc...). Certified statements and balance sheetsshowing financial capabilities (turnovers, assets, liabilities, lines of credit etc.), for the lead and associated partners, andfor the last five years for each. List of relevant similar Projects,ongoing and/or completed within the last 15 years, indicating the provided services, the percentage of participation in JVconsortiums (if any), and the size of relevant contracts (in USD or equivalent and in Man-Months). Detailed descriptions of at least three(3) assigned similar Projects with similar Services. List of available professional keypersonnel forthe envisaged Services (dam specialists, geologists/hydro-geologist, experts, hydraulic and senior engineers etc...),showing briefly theirkey qualifications and experiences. Overall firm's employees number, list ofavailable personnel and structure (number, list, organization structure etc. of the core, backstopping and supportingstaff). Eligible firms, which have submitted thenecessary statements in a satisfactory responsive way, will be evaluated. Expression of Interest must be deliveredto the address below not later than 12:00 noon, Beirut local time on Tuesday,May 17th 2016, mentioning as reference: "Water Supply Augmentation Project -Bisri Dam Contract Expression of Interest for ConstructionSupervision Consulting Services" Interested Consultants may obtain further information at theaddress below during office working hours (from 8:00 to 13:00 Beirut local Time). Council for Development and Reconstruction (CDR)- Tenders Department - Tallet Al-Serail, Beirut (BCD), Lebanon - Tel. +961-1 980 096 - Fax +961-1 981 255

LB- Greater Beirut Water Supply - P103063

PMU GBWSP | Published April 29, 2015  -  Deadline May 26, 2015
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Wardanieh Wtp - Supervision Services THE REPUBLIC OF LEBANON MINISTRY OF ENERGY AND WATER BEIRUT AND MOUNT LEBANON WATER ESTABLISHMENT(BMLWE) LEBANON -GREATER BEIRUT WATER SUPPLY PROJECT Loan No:7967-LE Wardanieh Water Treatment Plant ? SupervisionServices Ref: BWC1-B Date: 17/4/2015 Request for Expressionsof Interest TheLebanese Republic has received aloan from the International Bankfor Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) toward the cost of the GREATERBEIRUT WATER SUPPLY PROJECT, and it intends to apply part of the proceedsof this loan to payments under the contract for Wardanieh Water TreatmentPlant Supervision services (BWC1-B) of a Contract for the Design,Build& Operate (DBO) with a duration of 32 months for 250,000 m³/day watertreatment plant at Wardanieh at 35 Km in the south of the city of Beirut. The BMLWE now inviteseligibleconsultants to indicate their interest in providing the Supervision Services.Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they arequalified to perform the services (brochures, description of similarassignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriateskills among staff, etc.). Consultants may associate to enhance theirqualifications. A short list ofconsultantswill be selected in accordance with the procedures set out in the World Bank's Guidelines:Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers(current edition). Interestedconsultants may obtain further information from the Project Management Unit(PMU) at the address below in 5th floor daily from Monday tillFriday from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Beirut local time. Expressions ofinterest must bedelivered by hand in a sealed envelope to the address below by 26/5/2015 at 12:00noon at the Registry Office in 4th floor of the BMLWE. Beirut andMount Lebanon Water Establishment (BMLWE) Ms Randa Daher Email: randa.daher@awali-pmu.com Sami SolhBlvd, Chedrawi Building, Badaro, Beirut, Lebanon Telephone: + (961) 1389 997. Facsimile number: + (961) 1 387 165.

LB Fiscal Management Reform 2 - P133226

Ministry of Finance | Published February 29, 2016  -  Deadline March 14, 2016
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Chart Of Account / International Public Sector Accounting Standard (ipsas) SPECIFIC PROCUREMENT NOTICE # 7 Lebanon - Ministry of Finance Fiscal Management Reform Project (FMR2) - Loan No 8300-LE Consulting ServicesRequest for Expressions of Interest The Ministry of Finance (MOF) is implementing the Second Fiscal Management Reform project (FMR 2)funded through a loan by the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD). MOF intends to apply part of theproceeds of the loan to payments under a contract to be signed with a Firm for the following service: Chart of Account / International Public Sector Accounting Standard(IPSAS) (Upgrading, Implementation and Consultancy Service) This assignment will be divided into two phases. Phase one is expecting to have a fully migration of all affectedlegacy and new financial systems from old Chart of account to the new Chartof Account. Phase 2 is expecting to end up by enablingMinistry of Finance to successfully issue Financial Statements based on International Public Sector Accounting Standards(IPSAS). Consultants will be selected in accordance with the procedures set out in the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection andEmployment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers, January 2011. The selection method will be Quality and Cost Based Selection. TheFirm will be contracted by MOF under the FMR2 project. Interested Firms shall express their interest in the form of a letterincluding the following information: (a) a brief description of the firm indicating size(No. of employees), staff (Qualityof staff), services & sectors of activities; (b) a detailed list of all similar or same assignments during the lastthree years. The information should clearly indicate a narrative description of the assignment, contact details of the client,contract value and persons-months of key staff provided by the firm. The Ministry of Finance expects to short-list, for the assignment, a maximum of six firms. Only those short-listedfirms will receive the Request for Proposals (RFP) with detailed Terms of Reference and be invited to submit technical andfinancial proposals. The RFP is expected to be issued in April 2016. Interestedeligible Consultants for the assignment may obtain further information from FMR2 at the address given below. The deadline forsubmission of the Expressions of Interest is March 14, 2016 @ 17:00 (Beirut Time). Ministry of Finance Riad el Solh ?3rd floor, Beirut, Lebanon e-mail:saadabd@finance.gov.lb Att.:  Mr. Saad Abdallah ? Procurement Officer ? FMR2

LB-Water Supply Augmentation Project - P125184

Council for Development and Reconstruction | Published February 10, 2015
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General Procurement Notice REPUBLIC OFLEBANON COUNCIL FORDEVELOPMENT AND RECONSTRUCTION Water Supply Augmentation Project (BisriDam) GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE (Loan No.8443-LB) The Lebanese Republic had applied for a loan from the International Bank forReconstruction and Development (World Bank) in the amount of four hundred seventy four million US Dollars (USD474,000,000)equivalent toward the cost of the Water Supply Augmentation Project (Bisri Dam), and intends to apply the proceeds of this loan topayments for goods, works, related services and consulting services to be procured under this project, and land acquisitioncompensations. This project will be jointly financed bythe World Bank, the Islamic Development Bank (IDB)and the Lebanese Government.  The estimated total project cost including IDB share,Government contribution & landacquisition is USD 617 millions.  The Council for Development and Reconstruction (CDR) is the project implementing agency. Theproject includes the following components: Part1: Construction and ConstructionSupervision of the Bisri Dam and Associated Infrastructure (a)    Construction andconstructionsupervision of the Bisri Dam and the associated access road. (b)  Construction and constructionsupervision of the conveyor pipelines to the existing Joun reservoir and the associated access road; two (2) hydropower plants,generating 0.2 megawatt (MW) and 10 MW respectively; and expansion of the Ouardaniyeh water treatment plant. Part 2: Sustainability of Service Delivery (a)    Strengthening the capacity ofMOEW, CDR and BMLWE on the operation and maintenance of dams through provision of technical assistance. (b)   Strengthening the capacityof MOEW andBMLWE on management of water resources within the Beirut Mount Lebanon area, through provision of technical assistance. (c)    Developing and implementing anawareness raising program to prepare for eventual volumetric metering of water supply. (d)   Implementing environmentalmitigationmeasures set out in the ESMP, including: (i) the construction of sewage networks in the upstream catchment villages; and (ii) otherenvironmental and social mitigation measures set out in the ESMP. Part 3: Project Management and Quality Assurance (a)    Strengthening the capacity ofthe Project Management Unit (PMU) to implement the Project. (b)   Supporting thework of the Dam SafetyPanel of Experts and independent Environment and Social Panel of Experts. (c)    Supporting the social andenvironmental safeguards supervision. Part 4: LandAcquisition and ResettlementCompensation (a)    Implementing theResettlementAction Plan, including, inter alia, providing Land Acquisitions and Resettlement Compensations to the Displaced Persons. (b)  Supporting livelihood rehabilitationand benefit sharing activities. (c)    Monitoring and evaluating theimplementation of the Resettlement Action Plan. Procurement of contracts financed by the World Bankwill be conducted through the procedures specified in the valid editions of the World Bank's Guidelines: Procurement under IBRDLoans and IDA Credits, dated January 2011, revised in July2014 and is open to all bidders from eligible sourcecountries as defined in the guidelines. Consulting services will be selected in accordance with the valid edition of the WorldBank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers, dated January 2011, revised in July2014. Specific procurement notices for contracts bidding underthe World Bank's international competitive bidding (ICB) procedures and for consultants' contracts will be announced, as theybecome available, in UN Development Business online (UNDB online) and in local newspaper. Prequalification of suppliers and contractors will be required for the following contract:Construction of the Bisri Dam and the associated access road. Interested eligiblebidders who wish to be included on themailing list to receive an invitation to prequalify and bid under ICB procedures, and interested consultants who wish to receive acopy of the advertisement requesting expressions of interest for consultants' contracts, or those requiring additional information,should contact the CDR on the address below: Council for Development and Reconstruction Attention: HH Mr. Nabil El-Jisr, President Tallet El-Serail P.O Box 11-3170 Beirut,Lebanon Tel: 961 (0)1-980-096/097 Fax: 961 (0)1-981-252/253

LB Fiscal Management Reform 2 - P133226

Ministry of Finance | Published April 7, 2016  -  Deadline April 18, 2016
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Consultancy Support For The Establishment Of Internal Audit Function In Ministry Of Finance - Lebanon SPECIFIC PROCUREMENT NOTICE # 8 Lebanon - Ministry of Finance Fiscal Management Reform Project (FMR2) - Loan No 8300-LE Consulting ServicesRequest for Expressions of Interest The Ministry of Finance (MOF) is implementing the Second Fiscal Management Reform project (FMR 2)funded through a loan by the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD). MOF intends to apply part of theproceeds of the loan to payments under a contract to be signed with a Firm for the following service: Consultancy Support for the Establishment of Internal Audit Function in Ministry of Finance -Lebanon The main objective of this assignment is the initiation of Internal Audit processes within General Directorate ofFinance on a pilot basis to comply with international standards.  This will include complying with rules, laws and regulations, and as well avoiding overlaps between the mandatesof Central Inspection, and Court of Accounts. This will bepursued through the establishment of an independent and objective internal audit and assurance function.More precisely, activities include: (i) a consolidation of existing diagnostic reviews, and assessment of the internal audit function, (ii) recommendationson legal and institutional set up of internal audit; (iii) establish an Internal Audit charter, (iv) developing auditmanuals and advise on internal audit software applications, and (v) trainings on audit manuals. Consultancy firms will be selected in accordance with the procedures set out in the World Bank's Guidelines: Selectionand Employment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers, January 2011. The selection method will be Quality and Cost Based Selection.The Firmwill be contracted by MOF under the FMR2 project. Interested Firms shall express their interest in the form of a letterincluding the following information: (a) a brief description of the firm indicating size (No. of employees), staff (Qualityof staff), services & sectors of activities; (b) a detailed list of all similar or same assignments (Preferable publicsector prior experience) during the last three years. The information should clearly indicate a narrative description of theassignment, contact details of the client. The Ministry of Finance expects to short-list, for the assignment, a maximum of six firms. Only those short-listedfirms will receive the Request for Proposals (RFP) with detailed Terms of Reference and be invited to submit technical andfinancial proposals. The RFP is expected to be issued June 2016. Interestedeligible Consultants for the assignment may obtain further information from FMR2 at the address given below. The deadline forsubmission of the Expressions of Interest is on or before April 18, 2016 @ 16:00 (Beirut Time). Ministry of Finance Riad el Solh ? 3rd floor, Beirut, Lebanon e-mail:saadabd@finance.gov.lb Att.:  Mr. SaadAbdallah ? Procurement Officer ? FMR2

Lake Qaraoun Pollution Prevention - P147854

Council for Development and Reconstruction | Published September 28, 2015
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General Procurement Notice GENERALPROCUREMENT NOTICE LEBANESEREPUBLIC LAKEQARAOUN POLLUTION PREVENTION PROJECT ENVIRONMENT GENERAL PROCUREMENTNOTICE LEBANESE REPUBLIC LAKE QARAOUN POLLUTION PREVENTION PROJECT ENVIRONMENT GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE Project No.P147854 The Government of Lebanon has applied for financing in the amount ofUS$ 55 equivalent from the World Bank toward the cost of the Lake Qaraoun Pollution Prevention Project, and it intends to apply part of the proceeds topayments for goods, works, related services and consulting services to be procured under this project. This project will be jointly financed bythe Government of Lebanon (GoL). The project will include the followingcomponents: Component 1. Improvement of municipal sewage collection (US$50.5 million) (GoL US$5 million).This component will finance activities that increase sewerage collection in areas where wastewater treatment plants havebeen constructed (or planned to be constructed), to maximize the use of these investments. It includes expansion of sewage networkto connect to the Zahlé, Anjar, and Aitani Wastewater Treatment Plants.  Financing forthis component will go to: (i) the provision of consultancy services for the feasibility studies, detailed design, supervision, andenvironmental andsocial management for the construction of network; (ii) the procurement of work for construction of network. Component 2. Promotion of Good Agricultural Practices, including Integrated Pest Management, to reduceagrochemical pollution in upper Litani basin (US$1.5 million). This component aims at reducing the use of fertilizers andpesticides used by farmers to reduce agricultural pollution flowing into the Litani river. This component will target farmerslocated in the West Beqaa and Zahlé cazas, given their impact andclose proximity to Lake Qaraoun and Litani River. IntegratedPesticide Management (IPM) activities will be implemented through the Farmer Field Schools methodology, which is a provenmethodology based on participatory approach to train and empower farmers on the use of IPM techniques and on the proper handlingand disposal of pesticides. Similar participatory approaches will be used to train farmers on alternative methods and practices forsustainable fertilizer use in the project area. Given their ongoing experience in this field this component will beimplemented bythe Food and Agriculture Organization. Component 3. Technical Studies in Solid Waste, Water Quality Monitoring, Capacity Building, and ProjectManagement (US$3 million). This component will improve pollution management around Lake Qaraoun through technical assistancefocused on: studies in solid waste management (such as establishing sorting facilities and the closure and rehabilitation ofexisting dump sites); improving water quality and resource modeling, to help the Litani River Authority in monitoring the qualityofthe Litani river; trash removal from Litani river bed through outreach activities with local communities and improving thecapacity of the Beqaa Water Establishment to manage water supply and wastewater in theBeqaa. Financing for this component will gotowards: (i) purchasing goods such as water monitoring equipment. (ii) Non-consultancy servicesfor awareness campaigns and trashremoval, (iii) the provision of consultancy services for technical studies in solid waste management as well for the recruitment ofindividual technical and managerial consultants and for the provision of training. Procurement of contracts financed by the World Bankwill be conducted through the procedures as specified in the World Bank's Guidelines: Procurementof Goods, Works and Non-consulting Services under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits and Grants by World BankBorrowers dated January 2011 (revised July 2014), and is open to all eligible bidders  as defined in the guidelines. Consulting services will be selected in accordance with the WorldBank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits and Grants by World BankBorrowers dated January 2011 (revised July 2014). Specific procurement notices for contracts to be bidunder the World Bank's international competitive bidding (ICB) procedures and for contracts for consultancy services will beannounced, as they become available, in UN Development Business and dgMarket andlocal newspapers. Interestedeligible bidders who wish to be included on the mailing list to receive invitations to prequalify/bid under ICB procedures, andinterested consultants who wish to receive a copy of advertisement requesting expressionsof interest for consultancy contracts, orthose requiring additional information, should contact the address below. Council for Development andReconstruction Tallet Al Serail ? Riad El Solh, Beirut, Lebanon Tel: + 961-1 981 380 Fax: + 961-1 981252 E-mail: general@cdr.gov.lb Web site: http://www.cdr.gov.lb/

Emergency Education System Stabilization - P152898

Ministry of Education and Higher Education | Published February 24, 2016
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General Procurement Notice REPUBLICOFLEBANON MINISTRY OF EDUCATION ANDHIGHER EDUCATION GENERAL PROCUREMENTNOTICE Emergency Education System Stabilization(P152898) Grant No. TF018789 The Government of Lebanon hasreceived a grant from the World Bank in the amount of US$32 million equivalent toward the cost of Emergency EducationSystem Stabilization (EESSP) and it intends to apply the proceeds of this grant to payments for goods, works, relatedservices and consulting servicesto be procured under this project. The project will be implemented bythe Ministry of Education andHigher Education (MEHE) over a period of three years. Consistent withthe RACE strategy, the Project is designed to alleviate short-term financial pressure on MEHE and invest in quality to providebenefits to the Lebanese public school system. The project consists of three components divided as follows: (i). Support to Schools: the project will provide financing for school operatingcosts by supporting the two existing funds in each school (Parent Council Fund and School Fund). (ii). Learning Environment Quality: This component will improve the quality of the publicschool learning environment by financing the below four subcomponents a.       School rehabilitation of ten public schools b.      Supplemental School Financing c.       National Textbook Program for Public Primary Schools d.     Strengthening Direction d'Orientation Pédagogique et Scolaire ? DOPS (iii). Project Management and Support: The Project will finance six key positions as wellas the operating costs for the Program Management Unit (PMU). The Program Management Unit (PMU) withinMEHE shall beresponsible for overall coordination and implementationof the Project. The following project activities arelikely to be taken up in this project: Component 2- Learning EnvironmentQuality Services: (i). Mechanical Engineer for the design and supervision of rehabilitation of tenschools, the main tasks of this consultancy will include: (a) a detailed survey and assessment ofexisting mechanical systems, (b) develop the Design (c) prepare Technical Bidding Documents complete for the successful procurementof the Construction/Rehabilitation of relevant works, (d) Assist the PMU engineers in the evaluation of the Works bids. Thecontract duration will include the design and supervision phases. (ii). Electrical Engineer forthe design and supervision of rehabilitation of ten schools, the maintasks of this consultancywill include: (a) a detailed survey and assessment of existing electrical systems, (b) develop the Design (c) prepare TechnicalBidding Documents complete for the successful procurement of the Construction/Rehabilitation of relevant works, (d) Assist the PMUengineers in the evaluation of the Works bids. The contract duration will include the design and supervision phases. (iii). Structural Strengthening Engineer for the rehabilitation process (dependingon the need requested by the PMU engineers) The PMU is finalizing theselection of Mechanical and Electrical Engineers, the need to recruit a structural strengthening engineer dependon the PMUengineers' needs assessment. Works & Goods: The procurement method will beNational Competitive Bidding (NCB). (i). Procurementof Works for the rehabilitation of ten public schools that are in need for repair. (ii). Procurement of Goods will include the procurement of furniture for the ten publicschools. Component 3- Project Management andSupport Services:Monitoring and Evaluation Officer (12 months renewablecontract)Procurement Officer (12 monthsrenewable contract)Financial Officer (12 monthsrenewable contract) Quantity Survey Engineer(12 months renewable contract) Field Engineer (12 monthsrenewable contract) Program Assistant (12 months renewable contract) The PMU has already recruited all of the six positions covered by EESSPProject. Procurement of Goods will be carriedout in accordance with the Guidelines for Procurement under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits and Grants by World Bank Borrowers (January2011; revised July 2014). Procurement of services will be carried out in accordance with the Guidelines for the Selection andEmployment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits and Grants by World Bank Borrowers (January 2011; revised July2014). Specific procurement notices for contracts to be bidunder the World Bank's national competitivebidding (NCB) procedures and for contracts for consultancy services will be announced,as they become available on MEHE's official website:www.mehe.gov.lb, and in the following local newspapers: "Al Balad","As-safir" and "An-Nahar". Interested eligible bidders who wish to be included on the mailing list to receive invitations toprequalify/ consultants who wish to receive a copy of the advertisement requesting expressions of interest for one or more of theabove consultancy services, or those requiring additional information, should contactthe address below. The field of interestshould be clearly indicated by specifying the name of the Project, ID number (P152898) andthe title of the post(s)interested in. Ministry of Education and Higher Education Procurement Officer: Ms. Taline Haidar ProgramManagement Unit (PMU), 5th Floor Telephone: 961 1 772641 Fax: 961 1 772643 Email:thaidar@mehe.gov.lb & skhoury@mehe.gov.lb
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