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EOI – Tunisia - Individual Short-term Energy Economist Consultant

 | Published July 25, 2017
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EOI – Tunisia - Individual Short-term Energy Economist Consultant

Consultant National d'appui au portefeuille Environnement et Energie du PNUD en matière de gouvernance des ressources naturelles

UNDP TUNISIA - TUNISIA | Published August 1, 2017  -  Deadline August 16, 2017
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EOI - Tunisia - Individual consultant - Senior consultant for treasury investments – 10 2015

 | Published October 30, 2015
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STEG TRANSPORT ELECRICITE

 | Published January 5, 2016  -  Deadline January 5, 2017
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The STEG (Societe Tunisienne d'Electricite et du Gaz) is the national Electricity and Gas utility created in 1962, when the Tunisian Government decided to nationalize the generation, transmission, distribution, import and export of electricity and gas, entrusting these activities to STEG. the Company provides the national market in electric energy and combustible gas. It is a public institution with financial autonomy placed under the Ministry of Industry.

STEG intends using EBRD and EIB loan proceeds for the financing of STEG Transmission Project. The Project is expected to enhance the performance and reliability of the electricity transmission and distribution network by: (i) reducing the number and duration of failures, faults and outages; (ii) reducing losses; (iii) reducing network operating and maintenance costs; (iv) upgrading the network management system; and (v) preparing the grid for future additional generation capacity.

The proposed project has a total estimated cost of about EUR 150 million and will require the procurement of the following goods, works and services:

  • Supply and Installation of Power Transformers (procurement finalised)
  • Supply and Installation of gas insulated metal-enclosed substation (procurement finalised)
  • Supply and Installation of High Voltage Underground Cables (procurement finalised)
  • Supply and Installation of Air Insulated Substations and Reactors (procurement expected to be initiated during 1st Qtr 2016)
  • Supply and Installation of Overhead Lines (procurement expected to be initiated during 1st Qtr 2016)

 

All procurement including EBRD co-financed components under the Project will be managed and overseen by EIB as the Lead Financier. The proceeds of the Bank's loan will not be used for the purpose of any payment to persons or entities, of for any import of goods, if such payment or import is prohibited by a decision of the United Nations Security Council taken under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations or under a law of official regulation of the Purchaser's country.

Interested suppliers, contractors and consultants should contact:

 

Mister Mziou
STEG - 38, rue Kamel Ataturk, 1080 Tunis
email: amziou@steg.com.tn
Tel
: +216 71 341 311

 

 

EOI - Tunisia - Recrutement d’un consultant individuel expert en ressources humaines

 | Published September 8, 2016
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EOI – Tunisia - Bureaux d’études - Assistance technique pour l'utilisation des outils d’enquête de face-à-face assistée par ordinateur (CAPI) pour une collecte efficace des données agricoles

 | Published July 29, 2016
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Tunisia: STEG V Electricity Transmission Project - Environmental and Social Monitoring

 | Published September 4, 2016  -  Deadline September 26, 2016
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14/09/2016: Interested parties are invited to read Clarification Document 1 addressing number of queries received in connection with this assignment: http://www.ebrd.com/documents/procurement/66194-clarification-1-.pdf


Project Description:

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the EBRD or the Bank) is providing finance to STEG (Société Tunisienne de l’Electricité et du Gaz, the Client) for the STEG V – Electricity Transmission Project (the “Project”). The Loan will be used to finance the strengthening of the transmission grid of Tunisia in three different regions (thus forming three sub-projects). As this Project involves the development of high voltage overhead transmission lines, a comprehensive Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) meeting EBRD requirements for category A projects was carried out.

Assignment Description:

The Bank now intends to engage a consulting company (the Consultant) to monitor and report on the Project periodically for compliance with EBRD requirements and advise the Client on corrective actions where required (the Assignment).

The selected Consultant is expected to provide the following services:

1. Visit the Project sites (each of the three sub-projects will be visited, except where works have not started yet) once every quarter during the construction period until commissioning;
2. Review the environmental and social performance of the works against EBRD requirements;
3. Review the ESAP implementation status;
4. Identify environmental or social performance gaps or non-compliances (with regards to the ESAP requirements or to the EBRD requirements) and propose corrective actions. The suggested corrective actions should be reported to the Bank. The Consultant shall report to the EBRD if for some gaps or non-compliances that were identified no corrective action could be agreed with the Client; and
5. Report to EBRD.

Status of Selection Process: Interested firms or groups of firms are hereby invited to submit expressions of interest.

Assignment Start Date and Duration: The Assignment is expected to start in November 2016 and has an estimated overall duration of 50 months.

Cost Estimate for the Assignment: EUR 180,000 (exclusive of VAT).

Subject to availability of funding, the performance of the selected Consultant and the specific needs of the Bank the Assignment may be extended beyond the current scope. The Consultant must determine whether any VAT would be chargeable on the services and the basis for that determination, without taking into consideration the special status of the Bank as an IFI and state this to the Bank in their response to the Invitation for Expressions of Interest. To the extent that a Consultant incurs input VAT on goods and services purchased in connection with the provision of services (e.g. VAT on airline ticket) which is not otherwise recoverable by the consultant from the local tax authority, the gross cost to the consultant of such expenses shall be treated as a reimbursable expense.

Funding Source: This Assignment is funded by the EBRD's SEMED cooperation funds account. Please note selection and contracting will be subject to the availability of funding.

Eligibility: There are no eligibility restrictions.

Consultant Profile: Corporate services are required. The Consultant will be a firm or a group of firms preferably with previous project experience in monitoring environmental and social performance in the power and energy sector in Tunisia and/or in other Southern and Eastern Mediterranean (SEMED) countries. The Consultant should also have a good knowledge of EBRD’s Environmental and Social Policy (ESP), or IFC environmental and social safeguards, demonstrated through its work on similar projects.

The Consultant’s expert team is expected to include key experts as follows:

Key Expert 1: Team Leader / Environmental and Social Specialist
Key Expert 2: Local Environmental and Social Expert

All key experts should preferably have ten years of previous project experience in environmental and social due diligence and addressing environmental and social issues preferably in the power and energy sector in Tunisia and/or other SEMED countries. The Key Experts should possess excellent communication skills and previous project experience with EBRD’s Environmental and Social Policy and should possess strong proficiency in written and spoken English, French and/or Arabic.

Submission Requirements: In order to determine the capability and experience of Consultants seeking to be selected for this Assignment, the information submitted should include the following:

1. Company profile, organisation and staffing (max. 2-4 pages);

2. Details of previous project experience or similar assignments undertaken in the previous five years, including information on contract value, contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided (if different from duration) , main activities, objectives;

3. CVs of key experts who could be available to work on the Assignment;

4. Completed contact sheet, the template for which is available from the following web-link:
http://www.ebrd.com/pages/workingwithus/procurement/notices/csu/contact_sheet.doc

The above information should not exceed 20 pages excluding CVs and contact sheet.

The complete expression of interest (including CVs and Contact Sheet) shall be one file (pdf or Word), not exceeding 4MB, to be uploaded to eSelection. The EBRD reserves the right to reject applications of firms submitting more than one file. Only if the permissible file size is exceeded, the Consultant may split the expression of interest into further files.

Expressions of Interest shall be submitted, in English, electronically through e-Selection, to reach the Bank not later than the closing date.

Bank Contact Person:

Jenny Scheffel

Principal Adviser, Technical Cooperation
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

One Exchange Square

London EC2A 2JN

Tel: + 44 20 7338 7088

Email: ScheffeJ@ebrd.com (submissions should be sent through eSelection and NOT to this email address)

Notes:

1. The selection will normally be made from responses to this notification only. Consultants will not be asked to submit a proposal. The highest-ranked Consultant will be selected from a shortlist and be invited to negotiate the contract, subject to availability of funding.

2. The evaluation criteria are as follows:

(a) Firm’s previous project experience in environmental and social due diligence and monitoring projects preferably in the power and energy sector in Tunisia and/or other SEMED countries – 20%

(b) Firm’s previous project experience in implementing EBRD’s Environmental and Social Policy (ESP) or IFC environmental and social safeguards – 20%

(c) CVs of the proposed Key Expert 1 – 50%

(d) CVs of the proposed Local Expert – 10%

RFP 2016-19: Recruitment of a consulting firm or a consortium of national and international consultants for the establishment of a system for monitoring and evaluation of policy impacts

United Nations Development Programme | Published January 4, 2017
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The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Tunisia, extends an invitation to tender for the recruitment of a consulting firm or a consortium of national and international consultants for the establishment of a monitoring and evaluation of the impacts of energy transition policies and mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions on sustainable development in Tunisia within the framework of the project "Support to PST NAMA"

The Bidding Documents can be downloaded from the following websites:

- UNDP website: http://www.tn.undp.org/operations/offres.html

- The UN Site in Tunisia http://www.onu-tn.org/appels_offres.php

- UNDP Procurement: http://procurement-notices.undp.org/ under the number 35010

Bids must include a technical proposal signed and financial proposal, in separate sealed envelopes (respectively and clearly marked "Technical offer" words and "Financial Offer"), in two sealed envelopes and must be received by mail or by hand to the following address:

To the attention of Mr. UNDP Resident Representative in Tunisia

41 bis impasse Louis Braille - Avenue Louis Braille - Cité El Khadhra - 1003 Tunis, Tunisia.

Tel: (216) 31379110 // Fax: (216) 71900668

Your offer should be presented with the following:

"DO NOT OPEN "

"RFP 2016-19: Recruitment of a consulting firm or a consortium of national and international consultants for the establishment of a monitoring and evaluation of the impacts of energy transition policies and mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions on sustainable development in Tunisia - PROJECT: NAMA support the Tunisian Solar Plan (TSP). "

Tenders must reach the above address ...

Electrical machinery, apparatus, equipment and consumables; lighting

Istituto per la cooperazione universitaria onlus (ICU) | Published February 8, 2017
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Dentro Il Sole SRL
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The objective of this contract is the supply and installation of two photovoltaic plants for the city of Nabeul, Tunisia, for the production of approximately 347MWh / year produced by photovoltaic (PV) provision of services of the City: 25 % energy in addition to a water treatment plant, autonomous municipal building to 50%, more than 100 points of light powered by PV.

- Photovoltaic power station the sewage treatment plant ONAS SE3 Nabeul capacity 120 kWp photovoltaic power plant will be supplied, installed and connected to the electricity grid Medium voltage according to the following configuration settings,

- Photovoltaic power seat of the town of Nabeul.

Municipal building.

The capacity of 37.5 kWp photovoltaic power plant will be supplied, installed and connected to the electricity grid Medium voltage according to the following configuration settings.

urban lighting 122 points of the town of Nabeul.

The capacity photovoltaic power plant 75 kWp will be provided, installed and connected to the grid Low Voltage according to the following configuration settings.

"RFP-2017-001: Coaching of the Tunisian Government in the preparation of MRP" Market Readiness Proposal "

United Nations Development Programme | Published February 1, 2017
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Tender
Accompanying the Tunisian Government in the preparation of MRP "Market Readiness Proposal" as part of the Partnership for Market Readiness "partenership for Market Readiness - PMR"
Under the proposal initiation Market Readiness Plan "implemented by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Tunisia in support of the National Agency for Energy Control, UNDP calls for provides for the recruitment of a consulting firm or a group of consultants (national / international) Support for the Tunisian Government in the preparation of MRP "Market Readiness Proposal" as part of the partnership for market Readiness "partenership for market Readiness - PMR"
The Bidding Documents can be downloaded from the following websites:

- UNDP website: http://www.tn.undp.org/acquisitions.html

- The UN Site in Tunisia http://www.onu-tn.org/appels_offres.php

- UNDP Procurement: http://procurement-notices.undp.org/ 35454

- UNGM: https://www.ungm.org/Public/Notice.

These envelopes must be put in a sealed envelope marked:
"DO NOT OPEN -------------- THE ATTENTION OF MONSIEUR THE RESIDENT REPRESENTATIVE OF UNDP IN TUNISIA --------------- Recruitment of business for "RFP-2017-001: Coaching of the Tunisian Government in the preparation of MRP" Market Readiness Proposal "under the
Partnership for Market Readiness "partenership for Market Readiness - PMR" -
00101762 Project
And filed no later than Thursday, March 2, 2017 at 17:00 Tunis at the following address:
Tel: (216) 31379110 / Fax: (216) 71900668.
For any clarification request, please send an email to the following address quoting the reference of the file, no later than Thursday, February 23, 2017 at 17hrs, Tunis time:
Procurement.sap-tunisia@undp.org
Tenders received unsealed or whose technical bid is not separate from the financial offer, both in sealed folds or after the time and filing date indicated above, or with a USB key contains the financial offer will be rejected.

Tunisia: STEG V - Electricity Transmission Project - STEG IFRS Diagnostic Study

 | Published May 2, 2017  -  Deadline June 16, 2017
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Project Description:
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development ("EBRD" or "the Bank") signed a loan with Société Tunisienne de l’Electricité et du Gaz ("STEG" or the "Client") for a total amount of EUR 46.5 million together with a loan from the European Investment Bank ("EIB") loan of an equivalent amount. The proceeds of the loan will be used for the reinforcement of the electricity transmission network in North-Eastern Tunisia (the "Project").

Assignment Description:
The Client now intends to hire a consultant (the "Consultant") to produce a diagnostic report to identify the technical changes and organizational arrangements necessary to enable a transition to International Financial Reporting Standards ("IFRS"), to assess the differences between the Tunisian accounting standards and the IFRS standards and to help STEG adopt the IFRS standards (the "Assignment").

The objective of the Assignment is to accompany STEG in its transition to IFRS by 2020. To do this, the Consultant will have to provide the following services:

(i)To understand the gaps between the Tunisian national accounting standards currently applied to STEG’s financial statements and IFRS;
(ii)Establish a review of the IT system of STEG as well as recommendations on the technical changes and/or investments necessary for the production of STEG IFRS financial statements from 2020;
(iii)To build a comprehensive action plan of the steps required for STEG’s IFRS independent implementation from 2020;
(iv)To launch the capacity building of STEG’s accounting staff in order to prepare and train staff for the transition to IFRS;
(v)To provide support to STEG in the preparation of IFRS annual accounts for 2018 and 2019.

Consultants should refer to the full Terms of Reference ("ToRs") for a more detailed description of service requirements.

The Assignment is one of a number of the Technical Assistance that accompanies the Project. A second assignment, linked to the implementation of a Compliance Action Plan, will be the subject of a tender in parallel with this Assignment. There is no provision for any potential conflict of interest between the two assignments. Any Consultant may decide whether or not to apply for both opportunities at this stage as long as a different team of key experts is provided for each assignment.

Status of Selection Process:
Interested firms or groups of firms are hereby invited to submit proposals.

Assignment Start Date and Duration:
The Assignment will start in October 2017 with a kick-off meeting and will last 6 months from the kick-off meeting, to which will be added 3 months in 2019 and 2020. The Consultant is expected to begin the Mission as soon as contracted.

Maximum Budget for the Assignment:
EUR 250,000 (exclusive of VAT and indirect taxes). Subject to availability of funding.
The Consultant must determine whether any indirect taxes/VAT are chargeable on the proposed services and state the basis for such. If any indirect taxes/VAT are payable, the Client will have to pay indirect taxes/VAT element to the services directly to the Consultant unless otherwise agreed.

Funding Source:
EBRD Shareholder Special Fund (SSF). Please note that selection and contracting is subject to the availability of funding.

Eligibility Criteria:
The source of funding has not issued any Eligibility Criteria. However, are not eligible for this contract:
a.The audit firm currently in charge of the Client's financial statements;
b.The Bank's former consultant in charge of the environmental due diligence of the Project and currently in charge of the environmental monitoring of the EBRD Project; and
c.The consultant hired by the Bank as a Loan Monitor..

Consultant Profile:
The Consultant will be a company or group of companies with preferably prior experience in:
•The preparation and implementation of transitions to IFRS standards and the implementation of the necessary accounting software;
•Financial and accounting audit in Tunisia; and
•Working with public entities, preferably in the field of energy.

The Consultant shall make available to the Client a team composed preferably:

1.Key Expert No. 1: A team leader, qualified accountant with professional experience in the implementation of IFRS transitions, preferably in Tunisia or in a country with comparable conditions, an excellent knowledge of IFRS and Tunisian accounting standards, who has already worked with public companies, preferably in the field of energy, and has already carried out training on IFRS standards;

2.Key Experts No. 2-5: Four accountants or financial advisors with an excellent knowledge of the IFRS and Tunisian accounting standards and who have worked in the financial and accounting audit of public companies;

3.Key Expert No 6: An information system consultant with a professional background in SAP.

Submission requirements:
In order to assess the expertise and experience of consultants interested in the Assignment, the following information should be submitted:

A. Technical proposal

A1. Completed “Consultant Declaration Form and Contact Sheet”. The template for this document is available on the following link:

http://www.ebrd.com/pages/workingwithus/procurement/notices/csu/contact_sheet.doc.

A2. Company/group of firms’ profile, organisation and staffing (max. 2-4 pages).

A3. Details of previous project experience in similar technical assignments undertaken in the last five years, including information on contract value, contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided (if different from duration), main activities, objectives (max. 10 pages).

A4. CVs of Key Experts who could carry out the Assignment detailing qualifications, experience in similar assignments, particularly assignments undertaken in the last five years, including information on contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided, assignment budget, main activities, objectives.

A5. Technical Approach and Methodology explaining the understanding of the objectives of the Assignment as outlined in the ToR, the technical approach, the methodology for implementing the tasks, addressing key challenges and assigning the team (see Annex 1 of the ToRs) (max. 10 pages).

B. Financial Proposal not exceeding the cost estimate provided in this procurement notice.

For the Bank’s standard technical and financial proposal forms, please follow this link.

Submission format:
The full expression of interest (including the technical proposal with the CVs, the Consultant's Declaration and the Contact Form and the financial proposal) must be submitted electronically in English and French via the e-Selection system to the Bank on or before the closing date indicated above. The expression of interest must be separated into two files (pdf) (a single file for the technical proposal and a single file for the financial proposal). The EBRD reserves the right to reject requests from companies submitting more than one file per proposal. The Consultant may split the expression of interest into several files only if the authorized file size is exceeded (4 MB).

Bank Contact:
Mrs. Sophie Medert
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
One Exchange Square
London EC2A 2JN
Tel: + 44 20 7338 7378
Fax: +44 20 7338 7451
E-mail: mederts@ebrd.com (Submissions must be sent through the e-Selection system and NOT to this email address).

Important notes:
1.This is a Selection from Shortlist procedure as envisaged in the EBRD’s Procurement Policies & Rules. The selection will normally be made from responses to this notification only. The highest-ranked Consultant will be invited to negotiate the contract, subject to availability of funding.
2.The entity making the selection will be the EBRD, the contracting party shall be the Client.
3.The proposal validity period is 90 days from the deadline date for receipt of submissions. During this period, the Consultant shall maintain its original Proposal without any change, including the availability of the Key Experts, the proposed rates and the total price.
4.Evaluation Criteria:
a.Experience in similar projects related to the preparation and implementation of IFRS (10%)
b.Qualification of Key Experts (CVs) (35%)
c.Experience in similar projects as Consultant in Tunisia (15%)
d.Technical approach, methodology, project work plan and team proposal (20%)
e.Financial proposal (20%)
5.Evaluation of the Financial Proposals:
Only submissions who have obtained a score of 70% or more than the total score available for the technical criteria (a-d included) will be eligible for the evaluation of their financial offer.
The lowest Financial Proposal (LP) will get the higher financial score (FS) of 20.
The following formula is used to calculate the financial score (FS):
FS = 20 x LP/EP, “Sf” being the financial score of the evaluated financial proposal, “EP” being the price of the evaluated financial proposal and “LP” being the lowest evaluated financial proposal.


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Description du projet:
La Banque Européenne pour la Reconstruction et le Développement (la « BERD » ou la « Banque ») a signé un prêt en faveur de la Société Tunisienne de l’Electricité et du Gaz (la « STEG » ou le « Client ») pour un montant total de 46.5 millions d’Euros accompagné d’un prêt de la Banque Européenne d’Investissement pour un montant équivalent. Le prêt sera utilisé pour renforcer le réseau de transport de l’électricité dans la région Nord-Est de la Tunisie (le « Projet »).

Description de la mission: Le Client cherche maintenant à engager un consultant (le « Consultant») pour produire un rapport diagnostic ayant pour but d’identifier les changements techniques et les arrangements organisationnels nécessaires pour permettre une transition vers les Normes Internationales d’Information Financière (« NIIF » ou « IFRS »), pour évaluer les différences entre les normes comptables tunisiennes et les normes IFRS et pour aider la STEG à adopter les standards IFRS (la « Mission »).

L’objectif de la Mission est d’accompagner la STEG dans sa transition vers les normes IFRS d’ici 2020. Pour ce faire, le Consultant devra fournir les services suivants:
(i)Identifier et analyser les écarts des normes comptables nationales tunisiennes actuellement appliquées aux états financiers de la STEG par rapport aux normes IFRS;
(ii)Etablir une revue des systèmes d’information de la STEG ainsi que des recommandations sur les adaptations et/ou investissements nécessaires pour l’élaboration des comptes annuels de la STEG en norme IFRS à partir de 2020.
(iii)Elaborer un plan d’actions détaillé définissant toutes les étapes nécessaires pour la mise en œuvre indépendante des normes IFRS à la STEG à partir de 2020;
(iv)Assurer le renforcement des capacités, notamment la formation nécessaire au personnel concerné de la STEG pour le préparer à la transition aux normes IFRS; et
(v)Accompagner la STEG dans la préparation de comptes annuels en norme IFRS pour 2018 et 2019.

Les candidats doivent se référer aux Termes de Reference ("TdR") complets pour une description plus détaillés des services attendus.

La Mission est un élément parmi d’autres de l’Assistance Technique qui accompagne le Projet. Une deuxième mission, liée à la mise en œuvre d'un Plan d’Action de Conformité fera l’objet d’un appel d’offre en parallèle avec cette Mission. Il n’est pas prévu qu’il y ait un quelconque potentiel conflit d'intérêts entre les deux missions. Tout Consultant peut ainsi décider de postuler ou non aux deux opportunités à ce stade du moment qu’une différente équipe d’experts clés est fournie pour chaque mission.

Etape du processus de sélection:
Les entreprises ou groupement d’entreprises intéressées sont tenus de soumettre une offre.

Date de début de la mission et sa durée:
La Mission commencera en Octobre 2017 par l’organisation d’une réunion de lancement et devrait durer 6 mois à partir de la réunion de lancement auxquels s’ajouteront 3 mois en 2019 et 2020. Il est souhaité que le Consultant commence la Mission dès sa nomination.

Coût estimé des prestations d’assistance technique:
EUR 250,000 (hors TVA). Sous réserve de disponibilité de fonds.
Le Consultant doit déterminer si une quelconque taxe indirecte / TVA serait due sur les services proposés et indiquer le fondement d'une telle perception. Si des taxes indirectes / TVA sont payables, le Client de la BERD devra directement payer au Consultant ces taxes indirectes / TVA dues sur les services proposés, sauf accord contraire.

Source de financement:
EBRD Shareholder Special Fund (SSF). Merci de noter que la sélection et la contractualisation du Consultant seront soumis à la disponibilité des fonds

Critères d’Eligibilité:
La source de financement n’a pas émis de Critères d’Eligibilité. Cependant, ne sont pas éligibles à l’obtention de ce contrat :
a.Le cabinet d’audit actuellement en charge des états financiers du Client ;
b.Le consultant de la Banque anciennement en charge de la diligence environnementale du Projet et actuellement en charge du monitoring environnemental du Projet pour la BERD; et
c.Le consultant engagé par la Banque en tant que Moniteur de Prêt.

Profil du Consultant:
Le Consultant sera une entreprise ou un groupe d’entreprises ayant de préférence une expérience préalable dans :
•La préparation et l’implémentation de transitions vers les normes IFRS ainsi que l’implémentation informatique des logiciels de comptabilité nécessaires;
•L’audit financier et comptable en Tunisie; et
•Le travail avec des entités publiques, de préférence dans le domaine de l’énergie.

Le Consultant devra mettre à la disposition du Client une équipe composée de préférence:

1.Expert clé No. 1 : Un chef d’équipe, comptable qualifié avec expérience professionnelle dans la mise en œuvre des transitions vers les normes IFRS, de préférence en Tunisie ou dans un pays avec des conditions comparables, un excellente connaissances des normes comptables IFRS et Tunisiennes, qui a déjà travaillé avec des entreprises publiques, de préférence dans le domaine de l’énergie, et a déjà effectué des formations sur les normes IFRS ;

2.Experts clé No. 2-5 : Quatre comptables ou conseillers financiers ayant une excellente connaissance des normes comptable IFRS et Tunisiennes et ayant travaillé dans l’audit financier et comptable d’entreprises publiques;

3.Expert clé No 6 : un consultant en système d’information, ayant une maitrise professionnelle de SAP.

Processus de soumission des offres:
Afin d’évaluer les compétences et l’expérience des consultants intéressés par la Mission, les informations suivantes devront être soumises :

A. Proposition technique

A1. “Consultant Declaration Form and Contact Sheet” dument remplis. Le modèle de ce document est disponible sur le lien suivant:

http://www.ebrd.com/pages/workingwithus/procurement/notices/csu/contact_sheet.doc.

A2. Profil de l’entreprise ou du groupe d’entreprises, organisation et profil de l’équipe mise à la disposition du Client (max. 2-4 pages).

A3. Détail des expériences pour des missions similaires réalisées au cours des cinq dernières années, y compris les informations sur leur valeur contractuelle, entité adjudicataire/client, emplacement/pays, durée de la prestation (de mm/aa à mm/aa), nombre de mois d’expertise fournis (si différent de la durée) budget, activités principales, objectifs (max. 10 pages).

A4. CV des Experts Clés à affecter au projet et mentionnant les qualifications, expérience en missions similaires, notamment missions réalisées au cours des cinq précédentes années, y compris information sur entité adjudicataire/ client, emplacement/pays du projet, durée de la prestation (de mm/aa à mm/aa), nombre de mois d’expertise fournis, budget, activités principales, objectifs

A5. Approche technique et méthodologie, décrivant la compréhension des objectifs de la Mission tels que décrits dans les TdR, l’approche technique, la méthodologie pour mettre en œuvre les sous-missions, adresser les enjeux clés, incluant un plan de travail de projet et la composition de l’équipe allouée à la Mission (max. 10 pages).

B. Proposition financière n’excédant pas le coût indiqué dans cet avis de marché.

Veuillez trouver les formats standards de propositions technique et financière de la BERD ici.

Format de soumission :
La manifestation complète d'intérêt (y compris la proposition technique avec les CVs, la Déclaration du Consultant et la Fiche de Contact ainsi que la proposition financière) doit être soumise en anglais et en français électroniquement à travers le système e-Selection, pour parvenir à la Banque au plus tard à la date de clôture indiquée ci-dessus. La manifestation d'intérêt doit être séparée dans deux fichiers (pdf) (un fichier unique pour la proposition technique et un fichier unique pour la proposition financière). La BERD se réserve le droit de rejeter les demandes des entreprises qui soumettent plus d'un fichier par proposition. Le Consultant pourra fractionner la manifestation d'intérêt en plusieurs fichiers uniquement si la taille du fichier autorisé est dépassée (4 Mo).

Contact de la Banque :
Sophie Medert
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
One Exchange Square
London EC2A 2JN
Tel: + 44 20 7338 7378
Fax: +44 20 7338 7451
E-mail: mederts@ebrd.com (les soumissions doivent être envoyée au travers du system e-Selection et NON à cette adresse email).


Notes importantes :

1.Cette sélection est faite suivant la procédure de Liste Sélective telle que prévue dans la Politique et Règles de Passation des marchés de la Banque. La sélection se fera uniquement sur la base des réponses reçues pour cet avis. Le consultant ayant obtenu le meilleur classement sera invité à négocier le contrat, sous réserve de la disponibilité des fonds.

2.L’entité réalisant la sélection sera la BERD, la partie contractante sera le Client.

3.La validité des offres est 90 jours à compter de la date de clôture de réception des offres. Pendant cette période, le Consultant devra maintenir sa Proposition initiale et ne sera pas autorisé à apporter de changement. Cette règle s’applique entre autres à la disponibilité des Experts Clés, ainsi qu’à leur taux respectif et au coût total de la prestation proposée.

4.Les critères retenus pour le calcul de la note technique sont les suivants :

a.Expérience dans des projets similaires liés à la préparation et la mise en œuvre des normes IFRS (10%)
b.Qualifications des Experts clés (CV) (35%)
c.Expérience dans des projets similaires en tant que Consultant en Tunisie (15%)
d.Approche technique, méthodologie, plan de travail de projet et proposition de l’équipe (20%)
e.Proposition Financière (20%)

5. Evaluation de l’offre financière:

Seules les candidatures qui auront obtenu une note de 70% ou supérieure à la note totale disponible pour les critères techniques (a-c inclus) seront éligibles à l’évaluation de leur offre financière.

L’offre financière la moins élevée (Fm) se verra attribuer la note financière maximum de 20.
La formule appliquée pour la détermination de la note financière (Sf) pour toutes les autres offres est calculée de la manière suivante :

Sf = 20 x Fm/F, “Sf” étant la note financière, “Fm” est le prix le moins élevé, et “F” le prix de la proposition en considération.

 

Tunisia: STEG V - Electricity Transmission Project - Methodology for Forecasting Electricity Demand

 | Published May 4, 2017  -  Deadline June 16, 2017
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Project Description:
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (“EBRD” or the “Bank”) has signed a loan with the Société Tunisienne de l’Electricité et du Gaz (“STEG” or the “Client”), for a total amount of EUR 46.5 million to be provided alongside an up to EUR 46.5 million loan from the European Investment Bank (“EIB”). The operation will enable the Company to reinforce and strengthen the electricity transmission network in Tunisia, in order to enhance its performance and reliability (the “Project”).

Assignment Description:
The Client now intends to engage a consultancy firm (the “Consultant”) to improve its forecasting approach of energy and maximum power demand at short, medium and long terms and determine a new forecast model for Tunisia to cope with structural changes in customer behaviour (the “Assignment”).

The expected outcome of the Assignment is:

•Reviewing of the existing demand forecast methodology at energy and maximum power demand on short, medium and long terms and existing tools currently used by STEG; and
•Improve the existing demand forecast methodology – particularly :
oImprovement of the forecasting approach especially to the maximum power demand in order to cope with structural changes in customer behaviour ;
oRebuild the load curve and set up forecasted load curve;
oIncorporate the role of climate in driving customer demand;
oIncorporate the increasing spread of RE, including any customer based systems (rooftop PV etc.,)
•Improving the quality of forecasts of electricity demand in general, and determining a new model that takes into account these factors.

The selected Consultant shall carry out the following 6 phases.
•Phase 1: Kick-off meeting, scoping and review of existing model
•Phase 2: Benchmarking of appropriate demand forecast models
•Phase 3: Technical assistance to design and improve the Tunisian model
•Phase 4: Development and implementation of software adapted to the new model
•Phase 5: Workshop and training
•Phase 6: Ongoing support
Consultants should refer to the full Terms of Reference (”ToRs”) for a more detailed description of service requirements.

Status of Selection Process:
Interested firms or groups of firms are hereby invited to submit proposals in line with the requirements set out in this procurement notice.

Assignment Start Date and Duration:
The Assignment is expected to start in October 2017 and has an estimated overall duration of 120 days (Tasks 1 and 2 should start as soon as the Consultant is selected and should last no later than the end of October 2017). The assignment has to start as soon as the Consultant is selected and last no later than 31 January 2018. It is important that the Consultant can start working as soon as possible after appointment.

Funding Source:
It is anticipated that the contract will be financed by EBRD Shareholder Special Fund. Selection and contracting is subject to the availability of funding.

Eligibility Criteria:
There are no eligibility restrictions. However, the following consultants are not eligible to to be awarded the contract:
a)The audit firm currently in charge of auditing the Client’s Financial statements;
b)The Bank’s consultant previously in charge of preparing the Environmental Due Diligence and currently in charge of the environmental monitoring of EBRD’s project; and
c)The consultant engaged by the Bank to support the preparation of the Project (Lender’s Monitor).

Consultant Profile:
The Consultant will be a firm or a group of firms with preferably :

•A previous project experience in implementing demand forecast methodology for electricity at short, medium and long term inspired from best international standards within public entities, preferably in Tunisia or in a country with comparable climatic conditions; and
•Knowledge of Power and Gas sector.

The Consultant’s expert team will include the following Key Experts:

•A Team Leader: a senior manager responsible for overall results of the project, for presenting results to STEG, Direction Générale de l’Energie (DGE) and EBRD, for overall coordination among various consultants, stakeholders, clients;
•One Principal expert senior system power modelling expert with experience in flow load studies and load forecast with the relevant experience in demand forecast at short, medium and long term (with mandatory hands on experience within a company operating in a region with comparable climatic conditions);
•One Principal expert senior economic modelling expert with experience in economic forecast with the relevant experience in electricity demand forecast at short, medium and long term (with mandatory hands on experience within a company operating in a region with comparable climatic conditions);
•One Local expert with hands-on-experience in the Power sector in Tunisia, with knowledge of technical processes, operations, planning, and regulation in the Power sector in Tunisia;
•One Social or Climate expert with experience in the impact of climate change on customer demand (preferably in a region with comparable climatic conditions).

Fluency in French is mandatory and English is preferred. During vacation periods or any other periods of absence, replacement should be made by the consultant.

Submission Requirements: In order to determine the capability and experience of consultants seeking to be selected for this Assignment, the information submitted should include the following:

A.Technical Proposal

A1. Completed Consultant Declaration Form and Contact Sheet, the template for which is available from the following web-link:

http://www.ebrd.com/pages/workingwithus/procurement/notices/csu/contact_sheet.doc.

A2. Company/group of firms’ profile, organisation and staffing (max. 2-4 pages).

A3. Details of previous project experience in similar technical assignments undertaken in the last five years, including information on contract value, contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided (if different from duration), main activities, objectives (max. 10 pages).

A4. CVs of Key Experts who could carry out the Assignment detailing qualifications, experience in similar assignments, particularly assignments undertaken in the last five years, including information on contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided, assignment budget, main activities, objectives.

A5. Technical Approach and Methodology (max. 10 pages) explaining the technical approach, the methodology for implementing the tasks, addressing key challenges and including a work plan and Team Input;

B. Financial Proposal The Consultant must determine whether any indirect taxes/VAT are chargeable on the proposed services and state the basis for such. If any indirect taxes/VAT are payable, the Client will have to pay indirect taxes/VAT element to the services directly to the Consultant unless otherwise agreed.

For the Bank’s standard technical and financial proposal forms, please follow this link.

Submission format:
The full Expressions of Interest (including the technical proposal with the CVs, the Consultant Declaration Form and Contact Sheet as well as the Financial proposal) shall be submitted, in English and French, via e-Selection system to reach the Bank no later than the Closing Date. The Expressions of Interest shall be split in two files (pdf). The EBRD reserves the right to reject applications of firms submitting more than one file for each proposal. Only if any limitation on the permissible file size is exceeded (4 Mo), the Consultant may split the technical proposal into further files.

The EBRD Contact Person:
Sophie Medert
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
One Exchange Square
London EC2A 2JN
Tel: + 44 20 7338 7371
Fax: +44 20 7338 7451
E-mail: mederts@ebrd.com (Applications must be sent via e-Selection system and NOT on this email address)

Important notes:
1.This is a Selection from Shortlist procedure as envisaged in the EBRD’s Procurement Policies & Rules. The selection will normally be made from responses to this notification only. The highest-ranked Consultant will be invited to negotiate the contract, subject to availability of funding.
2.EBRD will be in charge of the selection of the Consultant, the Client will be the contracting entity.
3.The proposal validity period is 90 days from the deadline date for receipt of submissions. During this period, the Consultant shall maintain its original Proposal without any change, including the availability of the Key Experts, the proposed rates and the total price.
4. The shortlist criteria are:

a Firm’s previous project experience in implementing forecast methodology for electricity demand at short, medium and long term inspired from best international standards within public entities, preferably in Tunisia or in a country with comparable climatic conditions; and (25%)
b Firm’s previous experience in the Power and gaz sector ( 10%)
c CVs of the Key Experts (25%)
d Technical Approach and Methodology and work plan and Team input (20%); and
e Financial Proposal (20%).

5. Evaluation of Financial Proposals:
Only those submissions which score 70% or more of the total marks available for the technical criteria (a-d inclusive) will be eligible to have their financial proposals evaluated.
The lowest evaluated Financial Proposal (Fm) is given the maximum financial score (Sf) of 20. The formula for determining the financial scores (Sf) of all other Proposals is calculated as following:
Sf = 20 x Fm/F, in which “Sf” is the financial score, “Fm” is the lowest price, and “F” the price of the proposal under consideration.


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Description du projet:
La Banque Européenne pour la Reconstruction et le Développement (la « BERD » ou la « Banque ») a signé un prêt en faveur de la Société Tunisienne de l’Electricité et du Gaz (la « STEG » ou le « Client ») pour un montant total de 46.5 millions d’Euros accompagné d’un prêt de la Banque Européenne d’Investissement pour un montant équivalent. Le prêt sera utilisé pour renforcer le réseau de transport de l’électricité dans la région Nord-Est de la Tunisie (le « Projet »).

Description de la mission: Le Client cherche maintenant à engager un consultant (le « Consultant») pour l’accompagner dans l’examen de son approche à la prévision en énergie et en pointe à court, moyen et long termes et de développer des approches pour améliorer la méthode de prévision pour faire face, en particulier, aux changements structurels dans le comportement des clients (la « Mission »).

Le résultat attendu de la Mission est :
•Passez en revue la méthode de prévision en énergie et en pointe à court, moyen et long termes et les outils existants utilisés par la STEG; et

•Améliorer la méthodologie de prévision - en particulier:
oAméliorer l'approche de la prévision de la demande en énergie et en puissance maximale, en particulier pour mieux incorporer les modifications structurelles dans le comportement des clients ;
oReconstituer des courbes de charges et avoir des courbes de charges prévisionnelles
oIncorporer le rôle du climat dans la conduite de la demande des clients ;
oIncorporer le déploiement croissant des Energies Renouvelables, y compris les systèmes à base client (PV sur les toits, etc.,).

•Améliorer la qualité des prévisions de la demande d'électricité en général, et la définir dans un nouveau modèle qui tient compte de ces facteurs.

Pour ce faire, le Consultant sélectionné devra :

•Phase 1: Délimiter la tâche et réviser le modèle existant
•Phase 2: Conduire une analyse comparative des modèles appropriés de prévision de la demande
•Phase 3: Offrir une Assistance Technique pour concevoir et améliorer le modèle tunisien en termes de prévision en énergie et pointe, à court, à moyen et à long terme
•Phase 4: Développer et mettre en œuvre un logiciel adapté au nouveau modèle
•Phase 5: Préparer un séminaire et une formation
•Phase 6: Assurer un soutien continu

Les candidats doivent se référer aux Termes de Référence (“TdRs”) complets pour une description plus détaillés des services attendus.

Etape du processus de sélection:
Les consultants ou groupement de consultants intéressés sont tenus de soumettre une offre en conformité au présent avis de marché.

Date de début de la mission et sa durée:
La Mission commencera en Octobre 2017 par l’organisation d’une réunion de lancement et devrait durer 120 jours (Les tâches 1 et 2 doivent démarrer dès que le Consultant est sélectionné et doivent s’achever au plus tard à la fin d’Octobre 2017. Le projet d’assistance technique doit démarrer dès que le Consultant sera sélectionné et s’achever au plus tard le 31 Janvier 2018. Il est souhaité que le Consultant commence la Mission dès sa nomination.

Source de Financement:
EBRD Shareholder Special Fund (SSF). Merci de noter que la sélection et la contractualisation du Consultant seront soumis à la disponibilité des fonds.

Critères d’Eligibilité:
La source de financement n’a pas émis de Critères d’Eligibilité. Cependant, ne sont pas éligibles à l’obtention de ce contrat :
a.Le cabinet d’audit actuellement en charge des états financiers du Client ;
b.Le consultant de la Banque anciennement en charge de la diligence environnementale du Projet et actuellement en charge du monitoring environnemental du Projet pour la BERD; et
c.Le consultant engagé par la Banque en tant que Moniteur de Prêt.

Profil du Consultant:
Le Consultant sera une entreprise ou un groupement d’entreprises ayant de préférence :
•Expérience de l’entreprise dans la mise en œuvre de méthode de prévision de la demande d'électricité à court, moyen et long terme inspirée des meilleures pratiques internationales dans les établissements publics, de préférence en Tunisie ou dans des pays avec des conditions climatiques comparables
•Une connaissance des secteurs de l’électricité et du gaz.
L'équipe du Consultant devrait être composée de:

-Un Chef d'Équipe un cadre supérieur responsable des résultats globaux du projet, pour la présentation des résultats à la STEG, Direction Générale de l’Energie (DGE) au sein du Ministère de l’Energie, des Mines et des Energies Renouvelables (MEMER) et la BERD, de la coordination générale entre les consultants divers, les intervenants et les clients;

-Un expert principal spécialiste dans la modélisation des systèmes électriques avec une expérience dans les études de flux de charge et prévision de la charge avec une expérience pertinente en prévision à court, moyen et long termes de la demande (incluant obligatoirement une expérience pratique dans une entreprise opérant dans une région aux conditions climatiques similaires);

-Un expert principal spécialiste dans la modélisation économique avec une expérience dans les prévisions économiques et une expérience pertinente en prévision de la demande d'électricité à court, moyen et long terme (incluant une expérience pratique de préférence dans une région aux conditions climatiques comparables);

-Un expert local avec une expérience pratique dans le secteur de l’électricité en Tunisie, une connaissance des processus techniques, des opérations, de la planification et de la réglementation également dans le secteur de l’électricité en Tunisie;

-Un expert social ou climatique avec une expérience dans l'impact du changement climatique sur la demande des clients (de préférence dans une région aux conditions climatiques similaires);

La maîtrise du français est obligatoire et de l'anglais est préférée. Pendant les périodes de vacances ou autres périodes d'absence, le personnel de remplacement doit être mis à la disposition par le Consultant.

Processus de soumission des offres:
Afin d’évaluer les compétences et l’expérience des consultants intéressés par la Mission, les informations suivantes devront être soumises :

A. Proposition technique

A1. “Consultant Declaration Form and Contact Sheet” dument remplis. Le modèle de ce document est disponible sur le lien suivant:

http://www.ebrd.com/pages/workingwithus/procurement/notices/csu/contact_sheet.doc.

A2. Profil de l’entreprise ou du groupe d’entreprises, organisation et profil de l’équipe mise à la disposition du Client (max. 2-4 pages).

A3. Détail des expériences pour des missions similaires réalisées au cours des cinq dernières années, y compris les informations sur leur valeur contractuelle, entité adjudicataire/client, emplacement/pays, durée de la prestation (de mm/aa à mm/aa), nombre de mois d’expertise fournis (si différent de la durée) budget, activités principales, objectifs (max. 10 pages).

A4. CV des Experts Clés à affecter au projet et mentionnant les qualifications, expérience en missions similaires, notamment missions réalisées au cours des cinq précédentes années, y compris information sur entité adjudicataire/ client, emplacement/pays du projet, durée de la prestation (de mm/aa à mm/aa), nombre de mois d’expertise fournis, budget, activités principales, objectifs

A5. Approche technique et méthodologie, décrivant la compréhension des objectifs de la Mission tels que décrits dans les TdR, l’approche technique, la méthodologie pour mettre en œuvre les sous-missions, adresser les enjeux clés, incluant un plan de travail de projet et la composition de l’équipe allouée à la Mission (max. 10 pages).

B. Proposition financière. Le Consultant doit déterminer si une quelconque taxe indirecte / TVA serait due sur les services proposés et indiquer le fondement d'une telle perception. Si des taxes indirectes / TVA sont payables, le Client de la BERD devra directement payer au Consultant ces taxes indirectes / TVA dues sur les services proposés, sauf accord contraire.

Veuillez trouver les formats standards de propositions technique et financière de la BERD ici.

Format de soumission :
La manifestation complète d'intérêt (y compris la proposition technique avec les CVs, la Déclaration du Consultant et la Fiche de Contact ainsi que la proposition financière) doit être soumise en anglais et en français électroniquement à travers le système e-Selection, pour parvenir à la Banque au plus tard à la date de clôture indiquée ci-dessus. La manifestation d'intérêt doit être séparée dans deux fichiers (pdf) (un fichier unique pour la proposition technique et un fichier unique pour la proposition financière). La BERD se réserve le droit de rejeter les demandes des entreprises qui soumettent plus d'un fichier par proposition. Le Consultant pourra fractionner la manifestation d'intérêt en plusieurs fichiers uniquement si la taille du fichier autorisé est dépassée (4 Mo).

Contact de la Banque :
Sophie Medert
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
One Exchange Square
London EC2A 2JN
Tel: + 44 20 7338 7378
Fax: +44 20 7338 7451
E-mail: mederts@ebrd.com (les soumissions doivent être envoyée au travers du system e-Selection et NON à cette adresse email).

Notes importantes :
1.Cette sélection est faite suivant la procédure de Liste Sélective telle que prévue dans la Politique et Règles de Passation des marchés de la Banque. La sélection se fera uniquement sur la base des réponses reçues pour cet avis. Le consultant ayant obtenu le meilleur classement sera invité à négocier le contrat, sous réserve de la disponibilité des fonds.

2.L’entité réalisant la sélection sera la BERD, la partie contractante sera le Client.

3.La validité des offres est 90 jours à compter de la date de clôture de réception des offres. Pendant cette période, le Consultant devra maintenir sa Proposition initiale et ne sera pas autorisé à apporter de changement. Cette règle s’applique entre autres à la disponibilité des Experts Clés, ainsi qu’à leur taux respectif et au coût total de la prestation proposée.

4. Les critères de notation:

a.Expérience de l’entreprise dans la mise en œuvre de méthode de prévision à court, moyen et long termes inspiré des meilleures pratiques internationales dans les établissements publics, de préférence en Tunisie ou dans des pays avec des conditions climatiques similaires (25%)
b.Expérience de l’entreprise dans le secteur de l’électricité et du gaz (10%)
c.CVs des Experts clés (25%)
d.Approche technique, méthodologie, plan de travail de projet et composition de l’équipe (20%)
e.Offre financière (20%)

5. Evaluation de l’offre financière:

Seules les candidatures qui auront obtenu une note de 70% ou supérieure à la note totale disponible pour les critères techniques (a-d inclus) seront éligibles à l’évaluation de leur offre financière.

L’offre financière la moins élevée (Fm) se verra attribuer la note financière maximum de 20.
La formule appliquée pour la détermination de la note financière (Sf) pour toutes les autres offres est calculée de la manière suivante :

Sf = 20 x Fm/F, “Sf” étant la note financière, “Fm” est le prix le moins élevé, et “F” le prix de la proposition en considération.

Tunisia: STEG V Electricity Transmission Project - Compliance Action Plan

 | Published May 2, 2017  -  Deadline June 16, 2017
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Project Description:
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (“EBRD” or the “Bank”) has signed a loan with the Société Tunisienne de l’Electricité et du Gaz (“STEG” or the “Client”), for a total amount of EUR 46.5 million to be provided alongside an up to EUR 46.5 million loan from the European Investment Bank (“EIB”). The operation will enable the Company to reinforce and strengthen the electricity transmission network in Tunisia, in order to enhance its performance and reliability (the “Project”).

Assignment Description:
STEG now intends to engage a consultancy firm (the “Consultant”) to improve its integrity-related compliance and internal controls policies and procedures. The Consultant will support STEG in devising, adopting and implementing such measures by designing a detailed and comprehensive Compliance Action Plan (“CAP”) (the “Assignment”). The recommendations and support provided by the Consultant are to be based on best international practice (e.g. Transparency International’s Business Principles for Countering Bribery, OECD Guidelines for State-Owned Enterprises).

The expected outcome of the Assignment is to assist the Client to implement the agreed Compliance Action Plan (“CAP”) To achieve this, the selected Consultant will:

•Task 1: Analyse of compliance requirements and needs, and development of recommendations;
•Task 2: Develop a detailed Compliance Action Plan;
•Task 3: Support the Company in the implementation of the CAP.

Consultants should refer to the full Terms of Reference (”ToRs”) for a more detailed description of service requirements.

The Assignment is one of a number of the Technical Assistance that accompanies the Project. A second assignment, linked to STEG’s transition towards International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), will be the subject of a tender in parallel with this Assignment. There is no provision for any potential conflict of interest between the two assignments. Any Consultant may decide whether or not to apply for both opportunities at this stage as long as a different team of key experts is provided for each assignment.

Status of Selection Process:
Interested firms or groups of firms are hereby invited to submit proposals.

Assignment Start Date and Duration:
The Assignment is expected to start in October 2017 and has an estimated overall duration of 4 years. (Tasks 1 and 2 should start as soon as the Consultant is selected and should last no later than 31 December 2019. The assignment has to start as soon as the Consultant is selected and last no later than 31 December 2021). It is important that the Consultant can start working as soon as possible after appointment.

Maximum Budget for the Assignment:
EUR 200,000 (exclusive of VAT and indirect taxes). Subject to availability of funding.
The Consultant must determine whether any indirect taxes/VAT are chargeable on the proposed services and state the basis for such. If any indirect taxes/VAT are payable, the Client will have to pay indirect taxes/VAT element to the services directly to the Consultant unless otherwise agreed.

Funding Source:
It is anticipated that the contract will be financed by EBRD Shareholder Special Fund. Selection and contracting is subject to the availability of funding.

Eligibility Criteria:
There are no eligibility restrictions. However, the following consultants are not eligible to to be awarded the contract:
a)The audit firm currently in charge of auditing the Client’s Financial statements;
b)The Bank’s consultant previously in charge of preparing the Environmental Due Diligence and currently in charge of the environmental monitoring of EBRD’s project; and
c)The consultant engaged by the Bank to support the preparation of the Project (Lender’s Monitor).

Consultant Profile:
Corporate services are required. The Consultant will be a firm or a group of firms with previous project experience relating to :
•Implementing Compliance Action Plans including Corporate Governance best international practices (eg. Transparency International’s Business Principles for Countering Bribery, OECD Guidelines for State-Owned Enterprises) in public entities, preferably in Tunisia or countries with comparable conditions ; and
•Electricity and Gas sector.

The Consultant’s expert team will preferably include the following Key Experts:

-Key Expert No. 1: Team leader shall be a Corporate Governance specialist with at least one comparable project in implementing Compliance Action Plan in the Energy and Gas sector, including knowledge in Corporate Governance best international practices, experience in advising public entities and has preferably worked in Tunisia or countries with comparable conditions;
-Key Experts No. 2: Corporate Governance specialist with Compliance backgrounds, and at least one assignment related to implementing Compliance Action Plan and has preferably worked in Tunisia or countries with comparable conditions;
-Key Expert No. 3: A local Corporate Governance assistant specialist and/or legal expert, with previous professional experience in working in Tunisia.

Fluency in French is mandatory and English is preferred. During vacation periods or any other periods of absence, replacement should be made by the consultant.
Submission Requirements:
In order to determine the capability and experience of consultants seeking to be selected for this Assignment, the information submitted should include the following:

A.Technical Proposal

A1. Completed Consultant Declaration Form and Contact Sheet, the template for which is available from the following web-link:

http://www.ebrd.com/pages/workingwithus/procurement/notices/csu/contact_sheet.doc.

A2. Company/group of firms’ profile, organisation and staffing (max. 2-4 pages).

A3. Details of previous project experience in similar technical assignments undertaken in the last five years, including information on contract value, contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided (if different from duration), main activities, objectives (max. 10 pages).

A4. CVs of Key Experts who could carry out the Assignment detailing qualifications, experience in similar assignments, particularly assignments undertaken in the last five years, including information on contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided, assignment budget, main activities, objectives.

A5. Technical Approach and Methodology (max. 10 pages) explaining the technical approach, the methodology for implementing the tasks, addressing key challenges and including a work plan and Team Input;

B. Financial Proposal (in the format included here) not exceeding the cost estimate provided in this procurement notice.

For the Bank’s standard technical and financial proposal forms, please follow this link.

Submission format:

The full Expressions of Interest (including the technical proposal with the CVs, the Consultant Declaration Form and Contact Sheet as well as the Financial proposal) shall be submitted, in English and French, via e-Selection system to reach the Bank no later than the Closing Date. The Expressions of Interest shall be split in two files (pdf). The EBRD reserves the right to reject applications of firms submitting more than one file for each proposal. Only if any limitation on the permissible file size is exceeded (4 Mo), the Consultant may split the technical proposal into further files.


The EBRD Contact Person:
Sophie Medert
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
One Exchange Square
London EC2A 2JN
Tel: + 44 20 7338 7371
Fax: +44 20 7338 7451
E-mail: mederts@ebrd.com (Applications must be sent via e-Selection system and NOT on this email address)

Important notes:
1.This is a Selection from Shortlist procedure as envisaged in the EBRD’s Procurement Policies & Rules. The selection will normally be made from responses to this notification only. The highest-ranked Consultant will be invited to negotiate the contract, subject to availability of funding.

2.EBRD will be in charge of the selection of the Consultant, the Client will be the contracting entity.

3.The proposal validity period is 90 days from the deadline date for receipt of submissions. During this period, the Consultant shall maintain its original Proposal without any change, including the availability of the Key Experts, the proposed rates and the total price.

4. The shortlist criteria are:
a Firm’s previous project experience in Implementing Compliance Action Plans including Corporate Governance best international practices (e.g. Transparency International’s Business Principles for Countering Bribery, OECD Guidelines for State-Owned Enterprises) in public entities, preferably in Tunisia or countries with comparable conditions; and (25%)
b Firm’s previous experience in the Electricity and Gas sector ( 10%)
c CVs of the Key Experts (25%)
d Technical Approach and Methodology and work plan and Team input (20%); and
e Financial Proposal (20%).
5. Evaluation of Financial Proposals:
Only those submissions which score 70% or more of the total marks available for the technical criteria (a-d inclusive) will be eligible to have their financial proposals evaluated.
The lowest evaluated Financial Proposal (Fm) is given the maximum financial score (Sf) of 20. The formula for determining the financial scores (Sf) of all other Proposals is calculated as following:
Sf = 20 x Fm/F, in which “Sf” is the financial score, “Fm” is the lowest price, and “F” the price of the proposal under consideration.


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Description du projet:
La Banque Européenne pour la Reconstruction et le Développement (la « BERD » ou la « Banque ») a signé un prêt en faveur de la Société Tunisienne de l’Electricité et du Gaz (la « STEG » ou le « Client ») pour un montant total de 46.5 millions d’Euros accompagné d’un prêt de la Banque Européenne d’Investissement pour un montant équivalent. Le prêt sera utilisé pour renforcer le réseau de transport de l’électricité dans la région Nord-Est de la Tunisie (le « Projet »).

Description de la mission: Le Client cherche maintenant à engager un consultant (« le Consultant») pour améliorer les procédures internes de conformité et d’intégrité visant à améliorer la politique de contrôle interne et les procédures de conformité en lien avec les aspects d’intégrité au sein de la STEG. Le Consultant apportera son soutien à la STEG dans le développement, l’adoption et l’implémentation d’un Plan d’Action de Conformité (« le PAC ») (« la Mission »). Les recommandations et l’assistance fournies par le Consultant seront inspirées des meilleures pratiques internationales (eg. Principes de conduite des affaires pour contrer la corruption (Transparency International), Directives de l’OCDE pour les entreprises publiques).

Le résultat attendu de la Mission est de soutenir le client à adopter le PAC approuvé. Pour ce faire, le Consultant devra mener la mission selon les étapes suivantes :

•Tâche 1 : Analyser les prérequis et les besoins en termes de conformité et élaboration de recommandations
•Tâche 2 : Développer un Plan d’Action de Conformité détaillé.
•Tâche 3 : Soutenir la STEG dans l’implémentation du PAC.

Les candidats doivent se référer aux Termes de Référence (“TdRs”) complets pour une description plus détaillés des services attendus.

La Mission est un élément parmi d’autres de l’Assistance Technique qui accompagne le Projet. Une deuxième mission liée au passage de la STEG aux normes comptables internationales (IFRS) fera l’objet d’un appel d’offre en parallèle avec cette Mission. Il n’est pas prévu qu’il y ait un quelconque potentiel conflit d'intérêts entre les deux missions. Tout Consultant peut ainsi décider de postuler ou non aux deux opportunités à ce stade du moment qu’une différente équipe d’experts clés est fournie pour chaque mission.

Etape du processus de sélection:
Les consultants ou groupement de consultants intéressés sont tenus de soumettre une offre en conformité au présent avis de marché.

Date de début de la mission et sa durée:
La Mission commencera en Octobre 2017 par l’organisation d’une réunion de lancement et devrait durer 4 ans (Les tâches 1 et 2 doivent démarrer dès que le Consultant est sélectionné et doivent s’achever au plus tard le 31 décembre 2019. Le projet d’assistance technique doit démarrer dès que le Consultant sera sélectionné et s’achever au plus tard le 31 décembre 2021). Il est souhaité que le Consultant commence la Mission dès sa nomination.

Coût estimé des prestations d’assistance technique:
EUR 200,000 (hors TVA). Sous réserve de disponibilité de fonds.
Le Consultant doit déterminer si une quelconque taxe indirecte / TVA serait due sur les services proposés et indiquer le fondement d'une telle perception. Si des taxes indirectes / TVA sont payables, le Client de la BERD devra directement payer au Consultant ces taxes indirectes / TVA dues sur les services proposés, sauf accord contraire.

Source de Financement:
EBRD Shareholder Special Fund (SSF). Merci de noter que la sélection et la contractualisation du Consultant seront soumis à la disponibilité des fonds.

Critères d’Eligibilité:
La source de financement n’a pas émis de Critères d’Eligibilité. Cependant, ne sont pas éligibles à l’obtention de ce contrat :
a.Le cabinet d’audit actuellement en charge des états financiers du Client ;
b.Le consultant de la Banque anciennement en charge de la diligence environnementale du Projet et actuellement en charge du monitoring environnemental du Projet pour la BERD; et
c.Le consultant engagé par la Banque en tant que Moniteur de Prêt.

Profil du Consultant:
Le Consultant sera une entreprise ou un groupement d’entreprises ayant des expériences dans :
-la mise en œuvre de Plan d’Action de Conformité inspirée des meilleures pratiques internationales (eg. Principes de conduite des affaires pour contrer la corruption (Transparency International), Directives de l’OCDE pour les entreprises publiques) dans les établissements publics, de préférence en Tunisie ou dans des pays avec des conditions comparables.
-le secteur de l’électricité et du gaz.

Le Consultant devra mettre à la disposition du Client une équipe composée de préférence:
-Expert clé No. 1 : 1 responsable du projet, un spécialiste en gouvernance d’entreprise ayant au moins 1 références dans la mise en place de Plan d’Action de Conformité dans le secteur de l'électricité et du gaz, une connaissance des meilleures pratiques internationales et avoir conduit une ou plusieurs missions similaires avec des établissements publics, de préférence en Tunisie ou dans des pays avec des conditions comparables;
-Experts clé No. 2 : 1 spécialiste en gouvernance d’entreprise, et ayant de préférence participé à au moins une mission de mise en place de Plan d’Action de Conformité et de préférence avoir participé en Tunisie ou dans des pays avec des conditions comparables;
-Expert clé No 3 : 1 spécialiste local en gouvernance d’entreprise et/ou juridique, ayant une expérience de travail en Tunisie.
La maîtrise du français est obligatoire et de l'anglais est préférée. Pendant les périodes de vacances ou autres périodes d'absence, le personnel de remplacement doit être mis à disposition par le Consultant.

Processus de soumission des offres:
Afin d’évaluer les compétences et l’expérience des consultants intéressés par la Mission, les informations suivantes devront être soumises :

A. Proposition technique

A1. “Consultant Declaration Form and Contact Sheet” dument remplis. Le modèle de ce document est disponible sur le lien suivant:

http://www.ebrd.com/pages/workingwithus/procurement/notices/csu/contact_sheet.doc.

A2. Profil de l’entreprise ou du groupe d’entreprises, organisation et profil de l’équipe mise à la disposition du Client (max. 2-4 pages).

A3. Détail des expériences pour des missions similaires réalisées au cours des cinq dernières années, y compris les informations sur leur valeur contractuelle, entité adjudicataire/client, emplacement/pays, durée de la prestation (de mm/aa à mm/aa), nombre de mois d’expertise fournis (si différent de la durée) budget, activités principales, objectifs (max. 10 pages).

A4. CV des Experts Clés à affecter au projet et mentionnant les qualifications, expérience en missions similaires, notamment missions réalisées au cours des cinq précédentes années, y compris information sur entité adjudicataire/ client, emplacement/pays du projet, durée de la prestation (de mm/aa à mm/aa), nombre de mois d’expertise fournis, budget, activités principales, objectifs

A5. Approche technique et méthodologie, décrivant la compréhension des objectifs de la Mission tels que décrits dans les TdR, l’approche technique, la méthodologie pour mettre en œuvre les sous-missions, adresser les enjeux clés, incluant un plan de travail de projet et la composition de l’équipe allouée à la Mission (max. 10 pages).

B. Proposition financière n’excédant pas le coût indiqué dans cet avis de marché.

Veuillez trouver les formats standards de propositions technique et financière de la BERD ici.

Format de soumission :

La manifestation complète d'intérêt (y compris la proposition technique avec les CVs, la Déclaration du Consultant et la Fiche de Contact ainsi que la proposition financière) doit être soumise en anglais et en français électroniquement à travers le système e-Selection, pour parvenir à la Banque au plus tard à la date de clôture indiquée ci-dessus. La manifestation d'intérêt doit être séparée dans deux fichiers (pdf) (un fichier unique pour la proposition technique et un fichier unique pour la proposition financière). La BERD se réserve le droit de rejeter les demandes des entreprises qui soumettent plus d'un fichier par proposition. Le Consultant pourra fractionner la manifestation d'intérêt en plusieurs fichiers uniquement si la taille du fichier autorisé est dépassée (4 Mo).

Contact de la Banque :

Sophie Medert
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
One Exchange Square
London EC2A 2JN
Tel: + 44 20 7338 7378
Fax: +44 20 7338 7451
E-mail: mederts@ebrd.com (les soumissions doivent être envoyée au travers du system e-Selection et NON à cette adresse email).

Notes importantes :

1.Cette sélection est faite suivant la procédure de Liste Sélective telle que prévue dans la Politique et Règles de Passation des marchés de la Banque. La sélection se fera uniquement sur la base des réponses reçues pour cet avis. Le consultant ayant obtenu le meilleur classement sera invité à négocier le contrat, sous réserve de la disponibilité des fonds.

2.L’entité réalisant la sélection sera la BERD, la partie contractante sera le Client.

3.La validité des offres est 90 jours à compter de la date de clôture de réception des offres. Pendant cette période, le Consultant devra maintenir sa Proposition initiale et ne sera pas autorisé à apporter de changement. Cette règle s’applique entre autres à la disponibilité des Experts Clés, ainsi qu’à leur taux respectif et au coût total de la prestation proposée.

4. Les critères de notation:

a.Expérience de l’entreprise dans la mise en œuvre de Plan d’Action de Conformité inspiré des meilleures pratiques internationales (eg. Principes de conduite des affaires pour contrer la corruption (Transparency International), Directives de l’OCDE pour les entreprises publiques) dans les établissements publics, de préférence en Tunisie ou dans des pays avec des conditions comparables (25%)
b.Expérience de l’entreprise dans le secteur de l’électricité et du gaz (10%)
c.CVs des Experts clés (25%)
d.Approche technique, méthodologie, plan de travail de projet et composition de l’équipe (20%)
e.Offre financière (20%)

5. Evaluation de l’offre financière:

Seules les candidatures qui auront obtenu une note de 70% ou supérieure à la note totale disponible pour les critères techniques (a-d inclus) seront éligibles à l’évaluation de leur offre financière.

L’offre financière la moins élevée (Fm) se verra attribuer la note financière maximum de 20.
La formule appliquée pour la détermination de la note financière (Sf) pour toutes les autres offres est calculée de la manière suivante :

Sf = 20 x Fm/F, “Sf” étant la note financière, “Fm” est le prix le moins élevé, et “F” le prix de la proposition en considération.

 

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