Procurement Of Furniture For School Invitation for Bids (IFB) Name of Country:Bangladesh Name of Project: Third Primary Education DevelopmentProgram (PEDP-III) Credit number: 5552-BD IFB Title:Procurement of Furniture for School Package No.:GD 516 (Lot-1 - Lot-8) IFB No.:38.151.180.007.128.00.399.2015-550; Dated: October 03, 2016. 1. This Invitation for Bids follows the General Procurement Notice for this Project that appeared in UN Development Businessonline dated:11 October 2011. 2. The People's Republic of Bangladesh has receivedfunds from asmany as ten development partners including a credit from the International Development Association toward the cost ofThird Primary Education Development Program (PEDP-III) and it intends to apply part of the proceeds of these funds to paymentsunder the Contract for Procurement of Furniture for School: Chair, Table and Bench (Lot-1, Lot-2, Lot-3, Lot-4, Lot-5, Lot-6, Lot-7 and Lot-8) under Package No. GD 516for 5150 Government Primary Schools in 64 Districts. 3. The Directorate of Primary Education (DPE) now invites sealed bidsfrom eligible and qualified bidders for Procurement of Furniture for Government PrimarySchools. 4. Bidding will be conducted through the International CompetitiveBidding (ICB) procedures specified in the World Bank's Guidelines:Procurement under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits January 2011(revised July 2014), and is open to all bidders from Eligible Source Countries asdefined in theGuidelines. 5. Interested eligible Bidders may obtain further information andinspect the Bidding Document fromthe address in para-13 below during office hours (09.00 to 17.00 hours, local time) on all workingdays (Sunday to Thursday) except government holidays up to one day prior to the deadline for bidsubmission. 6. Key qualifications requirements include: (a) FinancialCapability: Minimum amount of liquidasset or working capital or credit facility is: Lot 1: BDT 82.328 million or USD 1.042 million Lot 2: BDT 137.894 million or USD 1.745 million Lot 3: BDT 153.477 million or USD 1.942 million Lot 4:BDT 124.545 million orUSD 1.576 million Lot 5:BDT 76.246 million orUSD 0.965 million Lot 6:BDT 66.82 million or USD0.845 million Lot 7:BDT 119.757 million orUSD 1.515 million Lot 8: BDT 41.333 million or USD 0.523 million Bidders participating in multiple lots must have cumulativefinancial capability for the lots the bidder is participating. (b) Experience: The Bidder musthave experience of supplying of Furniture's of minimum 30% of quantity of the each LOTin a single or multiple contracts within last 5 (five)years counting from October 2011 to qualify foreach LOT (c) Technical Capacity: (i) If the bidder is themanufacturer The minimum annual production capacity shall be at least 70% in quantity ofFurniture's of each LOT. EachBidder/Manufacturer must have Furniture Manufacturing Machine/ Dice with ISO Certification. In this case the Location and detailaddress of the manufacturing plant must be provided with the Bid. (ii) If the bidder is not the Manufacturer Bidder shall demonstrate that it's manufacturer has the qualification of minimum annualproduction capacity of at least 70 %in quantity of Furniture for each LOT. And it'smanufacturer must have Furniture Manufacturing Machine/ Dice with ISO Certification. In this case the Location and detail addressof the manufacturing plant must be provided with the Bid. Bidders participating in multiple lots must have cumulative Experience and Technical Capability for thelots 7. A margin of preference for certain goods manufactured domesticallyshall be applied. 8. A complete set of Bidding Documents in English may be purchased by interested bidders on the submission of a writtenapplication to the address below and upon payment of a non-refundable fee BDT 3,000 or USD 40. The method of payment will be in the form of payorder in favor of "Director General, DPE & Program Director, PEDP-III" from any scheduled Bank in Bangladesh or in Bidderscountry acceptable to the purchaser.The biddingdocuments have to be collected from DPE upon purchase and bid submission shall be accompanied with original purchasereceipt. 9. Bids must be delivered to the addressbelow: Room No.: 610, Floor: 6th floor, Building No.: 06 Ministry of Primary and Mass Education Bangladesh Secretariat, City: Dhaka, Postal Code: 1000 Country:Bangladesh The deadline for the submission of bidsis: Date: November 30, 2016; Time: 2.00pm Bangladesh Standard Time (GMT + 6 hrs). Electronic bidding will not be permitted. Late bids will be rejected. 10. Bids will beopened in the presence of the bidders' representatives who choose to attend in person at the same place of bid submission 15minutes after deadline. 11. All bids must be accompanied by a Bid Security asper following table: Lot No. Bid Security Amount GD: 516 (Lot-1) US$ 18,250 or BDT 1.44 million or equivalent in a freely convertible currency. GD: 516 (Lot-2) US$ 30,400 or BDT 2.4 million or equivalent in a freelyconvertible currency. GD: 516 (Lot-3) US$ 34,000 Or BDT2.7 million or equivalent in a freely convertible currency. GD: 516 (Lot-4) US$ 28,000 Or BDT 2.2million or equivalent in a freely convertiblecurrency. GD: 516 (Lot-5) US$ 17,000 Or BDT 1.35 million or equivalent in a freely convertible currency. GD: 516 (Lot-6) US$ 15,000 Or BDT 1.2 million or equivalent in a freely convertible currency. GD:516 (Lot-7) US$ 26,600 or BDT 2.1 million or equivalentin a freely convertible currency. GD: 516 (Lot-8) US$ 9,000 or BDT 0.725 million or equivalent in a freely convertible currency. 12. A Pre-Bid meeting shall be held at: Multipurpose HallRoom (Groundfloor) Directorate of Primary Education Street Address: Section 2, Mirpur, City: Dhaka-1216 Country: Bangladesh Date: October 20, 2016; Time: 11.00 am Bangladesh Standard Time (GMT + 6hrs) 13. The address referred for all correspondence is: Attention: Director (Finance), Directorate ofPrimary Education Floor/Room number: 6th Floor/Room # 710 Section 2, Mirpur, Dhaka-1216, Bangladesh Telephone No.: +880-2-55074914 Fax: +880-2-55074904, E-mail: email@example.com F. M.Enamul Hoque Director(Finance) Directorate of PrimaryEducation Section-2, Mirpur, Dhaka 1216,Bangladesh for Program Director,PEDP-III
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Legal Procurement Consultant With International Experience REOI Government of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Public Financial Management for Results Project (PFMR) II For National Procurement Authority under Administrative Office of the President Position Title: Legal ProcurementConsultant with International Experience Directorate: National Procurement Authority(NPA) Duty station: Kabul, Afghanistan Supervisor: Director of Legal and Procurement Dispute Resolution Duration: Six (6) months with possibility of extension Number of Positions: One (1) Vacancy Ref. No. NPA/AF/C-147 Deadline for Application: October31,2016 TERMS OFREFERENCE GeneralBackground After several decades of wars and civil strife, building an effective state - one that can provide securityand services to the people - has been at the heart of the reconstruction effort in Afghanistan. The government has made significantprogress in many areas such as primary education, basic health services, irrigation, rehabilitation, and rural development. In spite of the Government's best efforts to improve the servicedelivery in priority sectors like health, education and infrastructure, corruption remains a major obstacle in effectivegovernanceand thus efficient service delivery to the people of Afghanistan. The Government has taken many steps to ensure that corruption isdealt with a firm hand and is contained in the medium term and completely eradicated in the long term. One of the main areas ofcorruption is public procurement. As part of the ongoing procurement system reforms by the National Unity Government, National ProcurementAuthority (NPA) hasbeen established to act as the apex procurement organization, to formulate policies related to publicprocurement and to regulate the public procurement function in the entire nation. The NPA is consolidating these functions of intoa single central organization to oversee and facilitate all national procurement (goods, works and services) above acertainthreshold and which are vital to economic development of Afghanistan. In addition, NPA is looking after the policies andproceduresto strengthen the procurement system and start e-procurement in Afghanistan, to bring about a completely transparentpublic procurement system. Other objectives of this NPA are to enhance budget execution, ensuring efficiency in public procurementsystem, recruitment of professional and honest procurement civil servants at different levels and various capacities to carry outprocurement function. In order to satisfactorily meet its procurement related legal obligations, the NPA requires highlyexperienced and competentinternational legal and procurement expert, to develop legal framework for efficient, accountable and costsaving procurement. Duties andResponsibilities: The consultant will work under the overall guidance and supervision of Director, Procurement Policy, andNPA and will be responsible to develop legal framework for efficient, accountable and cost saving procurement. Specificresponsibilities and duties include butnot limited to; · Review current procurement legal framework and examine its compatibility with existing procurement, financial and otherrules and regulations of GoA having impact on procurement function. Develop guidance and operational manuals for environmentalconsideration, SMEs development, dispute resolution, debarment of bidders and contractors/suppliers, appeal review and handlingmechanism and any other policies and manuals required by the Procurement Law and Regulations andGoIRA. · Develop ProcurementOperational Manual for Goods, Works and Services. · Review the current developed standard bidding documents and provide recommendations and suggestions for the enhancement ofthe documents. · Develop Policies and operational manual for domestic preference Develop the capacity of the staff in the area of developingprocurement SBDs. · Coordinate with theWorld Bank's procurement team to suitably make the National Bidding Documents compliant for use in thenew World Bank funded projects in accordance with para 5-3-5.6 of The World Bank Procurement Regulations for IPF Borrowers, July 1,2016. · Develop operationalmanual and mechanism for review of the procurement documents · Develop operationalmanual and mechanism for certification assessment · Help and support relevant directorate in reviewing cases and contracts referred by PEs and detect legal flaws onthem. · Provide legal advice to the procurement enquiries. · Work closely with the national counterparts to train and develop capacity in legal aspects of procurement, disputeresolution mechanisms and other related fields. · Provide monthly reports to Procurement PolicyDirector on the performance carried out against theassigned tasks & responsibilities Qualifications andExperience: Education Minimum MasterDegree in law, Procurement, Supply Chain Management or other relevant fields from an accredited and recognised university. Work Experience · Minimum overall experience of 10 years, of whichat least 5 years of progressively responsible work experience in legalaspects of public procurement · Experience with projects funded by MultilateralDevelopment Banks (MDBs) is preferable. · Knowledge of Government procurement rules and/orother internationally accepted procurement procedures is an advantage. · Candidates with work experience in multiplecountries will be strongly preferred. Key Competencies 1. Knowledge of developing Public Procurement Law and procurementrules. 2. Be able to uphold and respect procurement ethics and toconduct activities with integrity. 3. Be a team player who demonstrates patience, flexibilityand honesty. 4. Be a self-starter, who is able to planand managehis/herown work, takes initiatives and strives to meet deadlines. 5. Be able to work in a multi-culturalenvironment. 6. Preferably has working knowledge in environment ofAfghanistan and/orSouth Asia region. 7. Excellent working knowledge of English, 8. Fluency in MS Office application (Word, Excel), use ofemails and internet. The National Procurement Authority (NPA) invites qualified individual consultants to express their interestin providing the abovementioned services. Interested candidates must provide information indicating that they are qualified andexperienced to provide the above mentioned services (in addition to the educational qualifications, experience in similarassignments and country of work etc. should be incorporated in the CV, which is to be submitted along with the expressionofinterest). Submission Guideline: Organization Name: National Procurement Authority (NPA) Administrative Office of thePresident (AOP) Organization Address: Pashtoonistan WattPD#3 KabulAfghanistan Email Address EOI to be sent: firstname.lastname@example.org Responsible Person: Habibullah Azmat Job Title of responsible person: Senior Human ResourcesSpecialist Mob #: +93 (0) 780 290 293