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Ersatz Docking Guidance System (DGS)

Flughafen Zürich AG Airfield Maintenance | Published March 17, 2017  -  Deadline September 6, 2016
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Ersatz Docking Guidance System (DGS)

Development of Menstrual Hygiene Management Toolkits and Pedagogical Guidance

United Nations Office for Project Services | Published March 24, 2017
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Tender description: 

The Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC) is at the heart of a global movement to improve sanitation and hygiene for everyone. WSSCC is the only part of the United Nations devoted solely to the sanitation and hygiene needs of the most vulnerable people around the world. WSSCC is hosted legally and administratively by UNOPS. 

This solicitation is to identify a contractor who will develop a comprehensive and flexible Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) training toolkits and provide guidance on training pedagogy  which can be used by WSSCC teams and their trainers to advocate for improved MHM in countries across the globe.

The contractor will be expected to review existing MHM tools used by WSSCC and, through a collaborative review of their effectiveness, develop improved tools to ensure that the content and communication styles of the toolkits are effective in diverse cultural audiences. The contractor is also expected to develop new tools to interactively engage audiences in innovative ways for learning about MHM. Upon development of these new and improved tools for the MHM toolkit, the contractor will also produce guidance notes to support the trainers who use these tools in high-quality and effective teaching methodologies.  
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IMPORTANT NOTE: Interested vendors must respond to this tender using the UNOPS eSourcing system, via the UNGM portal. In order to access the full UNOPS tender details, request clarifications on the tender, and submit a vendor response to a tender using the system, vendors need to be registered as a UNOPS vendor at the UNGM portal and be logged into UNGM. For guidance on how to register on UNGM and submit responses to UNOPS tenders in the UNOPS eSourcing system, please refer to the user guide and other resources available at: https://esourcing.unops.org/#/Help/Guides

Videography editing, technical support and guidance for CVF

Geneva - SWITZERLAND | Published October 4, 2016  -  Deadline October 14, 2016
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UNDP hosts a global project of assistance to the Chair and members of the Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF). The CVF Support Project of UNDP encompasses support for amplifying the communications impact of CVF activities. This assignment is designed to ensure that the CVF and its sister initiative the Vulnerable 20 Group and CVF campaign on 1.5 degree Celsius (#1o5C) have engaging video content to share on their websites and social media channels including YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Google Plus. The videos will be of CVF events including high-level meetings with speeches of the CVF Chair, members and expert advisors. There will also be footage of various campaign actions for #1o5C. The assignment should involve interactive feedback on video editing to ensure the final clips meet the desired outcomes of the CVF.Videography EditingEdit videos recorded by CVF support with amalgamation of stock climate related footage from events and activities including but not limited to;1x three minute statement highlights from Climate and Labour High Level Ministerial Meeting June 2016;1x three minute statement highlights from the High-Level Policy Forum in the Senate of the Philippines August 2016;Complete version: assemble full footage with minor editing into a series of videos of speakers from the High-Level Policy Forum and Inaugural Lectures of the CVF South-South Centre in the Senate of the Philippines August 2016;1x three minute statement highlights from the Senior Officials Meeting in Addis Ababa October 2016;1x video of four minute highlights of CVF and V20 stock footage/videos and stock thematic footage with music for public viewing;1x four minutes from highlights clip of the COP22 High Level Meeting.Edit footage according to the elements considered most important by the CVF Support – indications to be provided;Design a CVF and V20 graphic logo animation for the beginning and end with consistent title font and colours which is to be used on all videos;Basic short credits to be included at the end of some/all videos;Design animation for the end of all videos featuring text “in collaboration with…”the #1o5C and UNDP logosThere will be three phases for the services providedPhase 1: Editing of CVF video(s) 1 to 4 (Deadline: 18 October 2016);Phase 2: Editing of CVF video(s) 5 to 7 (Deadline: 6 November 2016) and editing of CVF video(s) 8 (Deadline: November 2016 – date to be to be determined – 1 day after the event);Phase 3: Any remaining videos and ongoing technical support (until 31 December 2016).Technical Support and Guidance Ongoing detailed technical support and guidance should be provided and training to CVF support on best techniques (including camera angle, file format, lighting, sound and battery concerns when using a Nikon camera) for recording various activities including speeches, statements, lectures and campaign events;Initial guidance email providing comprehensive advice relating to the techniques for CVF support to apply when filming including but not limited to: camera angle, file format, lighting, sound and battery concerns when using a Nikon camera.Following the initial guidance email 2x Q&A sessions over Skype to enable the consultant/UNDP team to elaborate on the email and provide clarity on uncertain points;Provide answers to questions and concerns that arise during events where filming is undertaken at intervals during the contract durationInstitutional ArrangementFor the duration of the contract, the service provider will report to the Project Manager, and Junior Specialist, Advocacy and Communications Climate Vulnerable Forum Support-Bureau for Policy and Programme Support of UNDP Geneva and work in close collaboration with the CVF Support Project team. The service provider shall likewise work in close coordination with the Climate Change Commission of the Office of the President of the Philippines, as the present CVF Chair.The cost of the contract shall cover cost of professional services rendered only.Duration of the WorkThe duration of the assignment will be from 17 October until 31 December 2016. The work will involve three phases:Phase 1: Editing of CVF video(s) 1 to 4 (Deadline: 18 October 2016);Phase 2: Editing of CVF video(s) 5 to 7 (Deadline: 6 November 2016) and editing of CVF video(s) 8 (Deadline: November 2016 – date to be to be determined – 1 day after the event);Phase 3: Any remaining videos and ongoing technical support (until 31 December 2016).A. Duty StationThe CVF Support Project team is based at Geneva, Switzerland (CET/CEST time zone) but the service provider may be remotely located outside the duty station, however calls should be during Geneva office hours.Qualifications Selection criteria for the service provider are as follows:Relevant experience in the field of the assignment, with at least 5 years of recognized expertise:a. Thorough knowledge, understanding of and experience with videography editingb. Ability to facilitate and manage required processesc. Ability to provide the required productsd. Knowledge of climate change and the CVFe. Proven experience working with the United Nations or UNDPf. Proven experience developing public advocacy/campaignsRecommended Presentation of OfferThe following must be submitted:Company portfolio of similar relevant assignmentsFinancial Proposal covering this assignmentWe kindly request you to submit your Proposal to Videography editing, technical support and guidance for CVF.Please be guided by the form attached hereto as Annex 2, in preparing your Proposal. Proposals may be submitted on or before Friday, October14, 2016 and via email, courier mail or fax to the address below:United Nations Development Programme11-13 chemin des anemons Alfred PleiAlfred.plei@undp.org Your Proposal must be expressed in the English, and valid for a minimum period of 90 days.

PROVISION OF ASSESSMENT REPORT, WORKSHOP FACILITATION (TRAINING) AND ACTIVE GUIDANCE FOR INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE FOR SOLUTIONS

Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees | Published March 10, 2015  -  Deadline March 26, 2015
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PROVISION OF ASSESSMENT REPORT, WORKSHOP FACILITATION (TRAINING) AND ACTIVE GUIDANCE FOR INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE FOR SOLUTIONS the development of a comprehensive report on findings and recommendations regarding  the challenges  in institutional change and the possible (cultural) gaps to the effective design and implementation of sound solutions initiatives; the facilitation of a one or two day senior management workshop; the provision of process guidance for several weeks (3-5) following the release of the report to support implementation of key recommendations.

Airport equipment

Flughafen Zürich AG Airfield Maintenance | Published July 13, 2016  -  Deadline September 6, 2016
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34960000, 34990000

The existing Docking Guidance System (DGS) is to be replaced by a new system.

Part of the work on the design, supply and installation, the assembly check and preliminary and final inspection, as well as the implementation of the training and preparation of the final documentation.

Spare Docking Guidance System

Flughafen Zürich AG Airfield Maintenance, Tiefbau | Published November 18, 2016  -  Deadline December 9, 2016
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71322500

CPV: 71322500 - Engineering design services for traffic installations

Airport equipment

Flughafen Zürich AG Airfield Maintenance | Published March 22, 2017
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34960000, 34990000

Ersatz Docking Guidance System (DGS).

Request for Proposal (RFP): Contractor to support the Revision and Consolidation of the WHO Patient Monitoring and Case Surveillance System Guidance for HIV in the health sector (PMS): 2015/HTM/HIV/0

World Health Organization | Published June 26, 2015  -  Deadline July 8, 2015
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1. INTRODUCTION Over the last years, WHO as well as development partners have published a range of guiding documents which have relevance for the generation and use of strategic information for the health sector response. In some areas, this existing guidance needs to be updated or complemented with additional information. The release of WHO’s 2013 Consolidated Guidelines on the Use of ARV Drugs for Treating and Preventing HIV Infection[1] is an opportune time to review country patient monitoring systems and consider elements that may require updates and whether data collected through current monitoring systems need to be complemented with additional information to adequately capture evolving HIV programmes. Following the release of the above guideline, WHO is developing a “Consolidated guidance on strategic information (SI) for the HIV health sector response” for release in 2015 that brings together existing M&E guidance in various programme areas; reviews and update current indicators for better clarity; deletes obsolete indicators; fills gaps in currently available M&E guidance; and clearly specify core set of indicators to monitor the health sector HIV response. This consolidated SI guide will help programme managers to assess the effectiveness of interventions and linkages between services along the cascade of treatment and care for HIV, and also put a system in place (the PMS) to collect individual and population-level outcomes, including toxicity and adverse events, drug resistance, viral suppression, mortality, and survival to assess programme impact. The WHO Patient and Program Monitoring Systems (PMS) Guidance (set of generic tools) will also need to be updated in line with evolving HIV care and treatment interventions, and updated SI guidance. The proposed PMS guidance will be reviewed and simplified to reflect current and new recommendations thereby providing a comprehensive system to collect individual and population-level outcomes (including toxicity and adverse events, drug resistance, viral suppression, mortality, survival and incidence) and assess the impact of programmes. The primary target audience for PMS guidance are national programme managers and M&E officers with the responsibility to plan, manage and report on HIV health sector interventions, health care providers, and health workers who are involved in the collection and use of data at the subnational level. A secondary audience are development partners and other entities that would be harmonizing data elements and reporting on aspects of the health sector response to HIV. The patient monitoring guidance will be elaborated in close collaboration and consultation with experts, development partners, country and civil society representatives at global level. 2. DESCRIPTION OF THE ASSIGNMENT The main aim of this consultancy is technical development and writing of the WHO Patient Monitoring and Case Surveillance System Guidance for HIV in the health sector. II. Scope of Work The assignment is from 20 July 2015 to 31 march 2016, for a maximum of 132 days. III. Outputs Develop the new WHO PMS guidance Draft chapters and annexes of the new WHO PMS guidance based on literature review, input from partners and expert members of the technical working group under WHO supervision; Update the PPMS patient cards and registers, reporting tools, minimum data set; Quality control and consistency : Quality assured document, internally consistent and aligned with other global guidance and standards Review all contributions for technical accuracy and provide comments to contributors in consultation with WHO. Ensure technical consistency across all sections of the document. Cross check for complementarity of sections, identify gaps and updated 2015 WHO treatment ARV guideline Ensure technical consistency with 2015 Consolidated SI guideline and Write up a situation analysis (assessment of current practices, major gaps and opportunities) by summarizing already existing documentation: like WHO case studies (5 countries), WHO 2013 3ILPMS consultation report, Global Fund landscape analysis reports IV. Timeframe & Deliverables Deliverable 1 :Write up a situation analysis, due 30 August 2015. Deliverable 2 :Writing of the new WHO PMS guidance, due 30 March  2016. V. Performance monitoring The contractual partner will work under the supervision of Technical Officer, Strategic Information and Planning Unit, Department of HIV/AIDS. The detailed timeframe above includes deliverables and milestones, against which performance will be monitored on a monthly basis. VI. Location and Travel The contractor is expected to work remotely, with regular communication with the WHO technical focal points for this work. Physical presence in Geneva may be required 3-4 times during the assignment, encompassing 1-2 weeks. Any duty travel related to this assignment will be organized separately, following the WHO Rules and Regulations on duty travel (not to be included in the proposal budget). The Contractor shall verify that all Contractor Personnel is legally entitled to travel to the country or countries where the work is to be carried out, including Switzerland. 3. REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ASSIGNMENT I. Education Postgraduate degree in public health or epidemiology II. Experience Mandatory: At least 5 years’ experience in epidemiology or disease monitoring including especially in resource-poor settings. Desirable at least 3 years experience in patient monitoring of HIV care and ART in resource-poor settings. III. Skills and Competencies The work will require experience with HIV programme monitoring and epidemiology, international partner coordination and collaboration, excellent communication and writing skills in English, familiarity and experience with the International Organizations. Previous work experience with WHO or other international institutions in the field of HIV and Hepatitis would be an asset. 4. SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS No later than 8 July 2015, 12:00 CET the bidder shall submit: An email with the proposal in the form of a daily rate An updated CV. Email for submissions of proposal:        pdifin@who.int (use subject: Bid Ref 2015/HTM/HIV/007) Mailing address for submission of proposal: World Health Organization Mrs MariaIsabella PORTORICO HQ/HIV-SIP, D45031 Bid Ref: 2015/HTM/HIV/007 20, Avenue Appia CH-1211 Geneva 27 Switzerland

SKP 235.83 Parking guidance system

Staufer&Hasler Architekten Generalplaner KSGR SUN | Published October 12, 2017  -  Deadline November 24, 2017
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45000000

CPV: 45000000 - Construction,
45311200 - Electrical installation work,
45315600 - Low voltage switchgear,
45316213 - Installation of traffic control equipment

Pilot support of guidance, training and coordination services of specialized mobile palliative care in canton Bern - decision for the direct award

Gesundheits- und Fürsorgedirektion des Kantons Bern | Published July 11, 2016
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Pilot support of guidance, training and coordination services of specialized mobile palliative care in canton Bern - decision for the direct award

New guidance Gruyère cycle Riaz

Graeme Mann et Patricia Capua Mann Architectes | Published October 1, 2013
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Josef Piller SAAllée Paul-Cantonneau 1Givisiez 1762
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71300000

Nouveau cycle d'orientation de la Gruyère à Riaz

(14103) 708 Project Office revision "Guidance for the estimation of the agricultural output value"

Bundesamt für Landwirtschaft BLW | Published August 21, 2014  -  Deadline September 30, 2014
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79000000

The project office is the hub for the revision of the "Guide for the estimation of the agricultural income value". It coordinates the work of the Project Committee, the Working Group capitalized value and the thematic sub-groups and preparing the technical basis for decision making. It organizes the various meetings of the Project Committee, the Working Group capitalized value and the sub-working groups and maintains records of meetings. It prepares the content formulations of the "Guide for the estimation of the agricultural output value" and shall submit them to the project management. It carries out a project documentation and written statements to a detailed report on the revision. Because of the different orders following roles can be distinguished: • Project Manager • deputy project manager • Expert (n) The provider must cover all roles in its tender. It provides for the project at least three people. The project manager roles and deputy project manager must be carried out by 2 different people. Otherwise, a person can cover multiple roles in the project. The Project Office performs the following tasks: • Coordinate the work of the Project Committee, the Working Group capitalized value and the sub-working groups. Ensure the communication between the different working groups and committees. (Project manager or deputy) • Development and preparation of scientific, economic and technical basis in collaboration with Agroscope INH for each chapter in accordance with point 3.4.3 for the (sub) working groups. The documents are the basis for the revision of each chapter. (Expert / n) • organizing and conducting the meetings of the Project Committee, the Working Group capitalized value and the sub-working groups. Taking minutes of the meetings. In the latest revision, 9 were meetings of the working group earnings value, 26 meetings of sub-working groups and a 2-day trial estimate. The number of sub-groups and their jobs are defined only after the kick-off event. (Project manager or deputy, or expert / n) • Preparation of working papers and reports for the Project Committee, the Working Group capitalized value and the sub-working groups. (Project manager or deputy, or expert / n) • Organization and execution of test estimates to verify the new instructions. (Project manager or deputy) • Creation of the revised "Guidance for the estimation of the agricultural output value" according to the decisions and instructions of the client until February 28, 2017. German language. (Project manager or deputy) • Create a project documentation and a detailed report on the revision of the instructions for the estimation of the agricultural output value until June 30, 2017. (project manager or deputy) is the maximum expected scope of the contract to around 1,500 hours of work for the estimated in 2015, 2016 and 2017, of which each max. Included 600 hours the year 2015 and 2016 and 300 hours on 2017. This all benefits defined in points 3.4.3 and 4.1 of the specification. If in the course of the project will result in additional problems, with an option for a further maximum of 400 hours. This option consists of: - changes related to the 2nd stage of the revision of the Spatial Planning Act; - Changes associated with changes in the legal basis for the establishment of trade limit under Article 7 BGBB;. - Additional Requested by the project committee clarification effort in areas which are not referred to in 3.4.3. For the exercise of an option with an additional offer cost ceiling must be submitted. There is no entitlement to subscribe to the option.

KVA Oberwallis, spare machine guidance system steam turbine and generator

Kehrichtverbrennungsanlage Oberwallis | Published September 9, 2016  -  Deadline October 31, 2016
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31000000

In the waste incineration plant Oberwallis Gamsen a condensing turbine has been put into operation in the year 1997th As part of the process steam extraction, the steam turbine has been transformed into a back-pressure turbine in of 2010. The steam is expanded in turbine up to back pressure.
After more than 19 years of operation the entire control system is to be replaced. This includes:
-Maschinensteuerung
-Turbinenregler
-Turbinenschutzsystem
voltage regulators
-Generatorschutzsystem
-Synchronisierungssystem
-Niederspannungsverteilung

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.

Establishing a system for electronic processing of building permit process including an online planning application form with logical user guidance

Amt für Raumentwicklung | Published March 17, 2017  -  Deadline April 28, 2017
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72250000

CPV: 72250000 - Ancillary services and support services,
72260000 - Services related to software,
48900000 - Miscellaneous software package and computer systems

080414 N03 / 76 UPlaNS Murg-Walenstadt, environmental engineering guidance and soil management supervision for the phase design until commissioning

Bundesamt für Strassen ASTRA, Abteilung Strasseninfrastruktur Ost, Filiale Winterthur | Published October 26, 2017  -  Deadline December 15, 2017
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71300000

CPV: 71300000 - Engineering services

Second Phase (2014-2017) of the Adapting to Climate Change in China (ACCC) Program

Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation | Published February 20, 2014  -  Deadline April 17, 2014
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98300000

The implementing agency will have five mandates under the supervision and instruction of the to-be-installed Steering Committee, these include a) to establish a Program Management Office (PMO) to implement the Program and to provide this PMO all logistical facilities requested by its task b) is to ensure the secretariat of the Steering Committee (SC) c) to implement the Program according the Program Document and other relevant instructions, and following the guidance of the SC d) is to ensure the timely and relevant thematic support needed by the program in coordinating the relationship with the to-be-installed Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) e) will consist in ensuring proactive, timely and relevant information of both SDC and NDRC, according to the needs.

Construction work

Staufer&Hasler Architekten Generalplaner KSGR SUN | Published October 14, 2017  -  Deadline November 24, 2017
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45000000, 45311200, 45315600, 45316213

Parking guidance system.

Delivery and assembly of the parking guidance system.

Incl. all the necessary auxiliary work. Detailed information can be found in the documents enclosed in the documents.

Parking guidance system.

Delivery and assembly of the parking guidance system.

Incl. all the necessary auxiliary work. Detailed information can be found in the documents enclosed in the documents.

The Provision of printing services for Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN), Geneva - copy

United Nations Office for Project Services | Published December 14, 2016
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Request for Quotations for The Provision of printing services for Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN), Geneva
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IMPORTANT NOTE: Interested vendors must respond to this tender using the UNOPS eSourcing system, via the UNGM portal. In order to access the full UNOPS tender details, request clarifications on the tender, and submit a vendor response to a tender using the system, vendors need to be registered as a UNOPS vendor at the UNGM portal and be logged into UNGM. For guidance on how to register on UNGM and submit responses to UNOPS tenders in the UNOPS eSourcing system, please refer to the user guide and other resources available at: https://esourcing.unops.org/#/Help/Guides

Advocacy and strategic planning for oral PrEP and preparing for introduction of new products

Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS | Published February 7, 2017
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The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to enter into a contractual agreement with a successful bidder and select a suitable contractor to advocate for and support the fast-tracking of PrEP programmes including preparing for the introduction of new products. The contract will be for an initial period of six months, with the possibility of renewal for up to an additional period of two years, if duties are performed to the level of satisfaction. 

This contract will be implemented as part of a larger WHO and UNAIDS project entitled “Developing global normative guidance and providing technical support for the use of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP): maximizing and optimizing the implementation of existing PrEP products and assessing and preparing for introduction of new products currently in development.” 

For additional details and to submit your proposals please visit the UNAIDS eTendering website