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SLE/RFP/2017/01 Implementation of The Kono Civil Society Network Advocacy Action Plan On Addressing Issues Related to Indiscriminate Mining and A Cleaner and Safe Environment

UNDP - SIERRA LEONE | Published January 16, 2017  -  Deadline January 30, 2017
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Implementation of The Kono Civil Society Network Advocacy Action Plan On Addressing Issues Related to Indiscriminate Mining and A Cleaner and Safe Environment

SLE/RFP/2016/011 Implementation of The Kono Civil Society Network Advocacy Action Plan On Addressing Issues Related to Indiscriminate Mining and A Cleaner and Safe Environment

UNDP - SIERRA LEONE | Published December 2, 2016  -  Deadline December 9, 2016
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Implementation of The Kono Civil Society Network Advocacy Action Plan On Addressing Issues Related to Indiscriminate Mining and A Cleaner and Safe Environment

Implementation of the Kono Civil Society Network Advocacy Action Plan on addressing issues related to indiscriminate Mining and a cleaner and safe Environment.

UNDP Sierra Leone - SIERRA LEONE | Published February 28, 2017  -  Deadline March 15, 2017
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Overview:Dear Madam / Sir,We kindly request you to submit your bids/proposal for “National Consultant: Implementation of the Kono Civil Society Network Advocacy Action Plan on addressing issues related to indiscriminate Mining and a cleaner and safe Environment.– SLE/RFP/2017/009.’ as detailed in Annex 1 of this ICPN. When preparing your Proposal, please be guided by the General Terms and Conditions for Services attached hereto as Annex 2. Quotations may be submitted on or before 16:00hrs Sierra Leone local time MARCH 15, 2017, (Freetown, Sierra Leone time) via e-mail or courier mail to the address below:United Nations Development Programme55 Wilkinson RoadP. O. Box 1011, Freetown, Sierra LeoneAttn: Procurement UnitE-mail: procure.sle@undp.orgQuotations submitted by email must be limited to a maximum of 5 MB, virus-free and no more than two (2) email transmissions. They must be free from any form of virus or corrupted contents, or the quotations shall be rejected.

RFQ/SLE/2017/005- PROCUREMENT OF SEEDLINGS

UNDP - SIERRA LEONE | Published April 19, 2017  -  Deadline May 1, 2017
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Poorly managed firewood and charcoal production in addition to subsistence agricultural practices are reported to have exacerbated forest as well as land degradation, and reduced soil fertility in Sierra Leone. Forest degradation from firewood collection and charcoal production gained momentum over the years in most parts of the country, contributing significantly to lower forest cover, wildlife habitat loss/fragmentation and illegal encroachment in protected areas. The government of Sierra Leone is working hard to improve on household energy (including firewood and charcoal) availability, accessibility and its efficient use. It was in this light, that the Government of Sierra Leone through the Ministry of Energy received a grant from the Global Environment Facility (GEF) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), in collaboration with National Protected Area Authority (NPAA) and the Ministry of Forestry and Food Security (MAFFS) to implement a project on Energy Efficient Production and Utilization of Charcoal through Innovative Technologies and Private Sector Involvement in Sierra Leone. The project is aimed at bringing economic, social and environmental benefits through the production of certified charcoal from sustainably sourced feedstock and through the promotion of improved cook stoves to reduce firewood demand, improve health and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. There are three components to this project. Component 3 which is Improved, more efficient production and efficient utilization of certified charcoal and cook stove. Has a respective outcome that is the production and utilization of certified charcoal and certified improved cook stoves?A joint mission on preliminary assessment organized by Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Food Security (MAFFS), UNDP, and Ministry of Energy (MoE) for the scaling up the 24 ha of pilot renewable bioenergy woodlots in Mawoma section, Koya chiefdom, Port Loko to Moyamba Junction in Moyamba District. For this new location, community preferred tree species type, is sought.

GPN – Sierra Leone - Mano River Union rehabilitation of Bo–Bandajuma road project

 | Published February 24, 2016
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EOI – Sierra Leone - Development of Sierra Leone Ports Master Plan

 | Published February 24, 2016
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EOI - Sierra Leone (Mono River Union) - Consultancy Services for the recruitment of a Fund Management Agency

 | Published February 26, 2016
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IFB - Sierra Leone - Mano river union rehabilitaton of Bo – Bandajuma road project

 | Published October 14, 2016
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Goals (MDGs) Multi-Donor Governance Trust Fund Multidonor Water Partnership Program NEPAD NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility (NEPAD-IPFF) Partnerships Poverty Reduction Private Sector Development Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA) Quality Assurance & Results Regional Integration Rural Water Supply & Sanitation Initiative Seed Capital Assistance Facility (SCAF) South-South Cooperation Trust Fund Strategic Partnership with Africa Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa Trade Finance Initiative Transport Water Supply & Sanitation Youth Zimbabwe Multi-Donor Trust Fund Enquiry details Quote "The policy is a reaffirmation of the Bank Group’s commitment, to carry out its development activities in an open and transparent manner..." AfDB's VP SG Simultaneous disclosure Declassified Key documents Board Documents Policy Documents Strategy Documents Project & Operations Project-related Procurement Publications Environmental & Social Assessments Financial Information Legal Documents All Documents Useful Links Integrity and Anti-Corruption AfDB Group's Long Term Strategy Countries Field Office Contacts AfDB and IATI MapAfrica Civil Society Initiatives & Partnerships Terms & Conditions Disclosure and Access to Information Sitemap Search Glossary RSS Feeds Facebook Twitter Instagram Photos Flickr Photos Youtube Videos RSS Email © 2016 African Development Bank Group Web design agency - Liquid Light A Algeria Angola B Benin Botswana Burkina Faso Burundi C Cameroon Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Comoros Congo Democratic Republic of Congo Côte d’Ivoire D Djibouti E Egypt Eritrea Equatorial Guinea Ethiopia G Gabon Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea-Bissau K Kenya L Lesotho Liberia Libya M Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritania Mauritius Morocco Mozambique N Namibia Niger Nigeria R Rwanda S São Tomé & Príncipe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa South Sudan Sudan Swaziland T Tanzania Togo Tunisia U Uganda Z Zambia Zimbabwe

EOI - Individual Consultant - Bank Procurement Assessment Report in Sierra Leone - ORPF

 | Published October 7, 2016
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December 31st 2000 January 1st 1991 – December 31st 1995 January 1st 1986 – December 31st 1990 January 1st 1981 – December 31st 1985 January 1st 1976 – December 31st 1980 Before and up to December 31st 1975 Countries* Algeria Angola Benin Botswana Burkina Faso Burundi Cameroon Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Comoros Congo Côte d’Ivoire Democratic Republic of Congo Djibouti Egypt Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Ethiopia Gabon Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea-Bissau Kenya Lesotho Liberia Libya Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritania Mauritius Morocco Mozambique Namibia Niger Nigeria Rwanda São Tomé & Príncipe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa South Sudan Sudan Swaziland Tanzania Togo Tunisia Uganda Zambia Zimbabwe Topics* African Carbon Support Program African Fertilizer Financing Mechanism African Financial Markets Initiative (AFMI) African Financing Partnership African Guarantee Fund for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises African Legal Support Facility African Peer Review 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Goals (MDGs) Multi-Donor Governance Trust Fund Multidonor Water Partnership Program NEPAD NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility (NEPAD-IPFF) Partnerships Poverty Reduction Private Sector Development Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA) Quality Assurance & Results Regional Integration Rural Water Supply & Sanitation Initiative Seed Capital Assistance Facility (SCAF) South-South Cooperation Trust Fund Strategic Partnership with Africa Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa Trade Finance Initiative Transport Water Supply & Sanitation Youth Zimbabwe Multi-Donor Trust Fund Enquiry details Quote "The policy is a reaffirmation of the Bank Group’s commitment, to carry out its development activities in an open and transparent manner..." AfDB's VP SG Simultaneous disclosure Declassified Key documents Board Documents Policy Documents Strategy Documents Project & Operations Project-related Procurement Publications Environmental & Social Assessments Financial Information Legal Documents All Documents Useful Links Integrity and Anti-Corruption AfDB Group's Long Term Strategy Countries Field Office Contacts AfDB and IATI MapAfrica Civil Society Initiatives & Partnerships Terms & Conditions Disclosure and Access to Information Sitemap Search Glossary RSS Feeds Facebook Twitter Instagram Photos Flickr Photos Youtube Videos RSS Email © 2016 African Development Bank Group Web design agency - Liquid Light A Algeria Angola B Benin Botswana Burkina Faso Burundi C Cameroon Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Comoros Congo Democratic Republic of Congo Côte d’Ivoire D Djibouti E Egypt Eritrea Equatorial Guinea Ethiopia G Gabon Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea-Bissau K Kenya L Lesotho Liberia Libya M Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritania Mauritius Morocco Mozambique N Namibia Niger Nigeria R Rwanda S São Tomé & Príncipe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa South Sudan Sudan Swaziland T Tanzania Togo Tunisia U Uganda Z Zambia Zimbabwe

EOI - Sierra Leone - Consultancy Services for Integrated Management Information Systems (IMIS) of a typical Water Utility Company

 | Published July 29, 2016
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December 31st 2000 January 1st 1991 – December 31st 1995 January 1st 1986 – December 31st 1990 January 1st 1981 – December 31st 1985 January 1st 1976 – December 31st 1980 Before and up to December 31st 1975 Countries* Algeria Angola Benin Botswana Burkina Faso Burundi Cameroon Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Comoros Congo Côte d’Ivoire Democratic Republic of Congo Djibouti Egypt Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Ethiopia Gabon Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea-Bissau Kenya Lesotho Liberia Libya Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritania Mauritius Morocco Mozambique Namibia Niger Nigeria Rwanda São Tomé & Príncipe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa South Sudan Sudan Swaziland Tanzania Togo Tunisia Uganda Zambia Zimbabwe Topics* African Carbon Support Program African Fertilizer Financing Mechanism African Financial Markets Initiative (AFMI) African Financing Partnership African Guarantee Fund for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises African Legal Support Facility African Peer Review 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Goals (MDGs) Multi-Donor Governance Trust Fund Multidonor Water Partnership Program NEPAD NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility (NEPAD-IPFF) Partnerships Poverty Reduction Private Sector Development Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA) Quality Assurance & Results Regional Integration Rural Water Supply & Sanitation Initiative Seed Capital Assistance Facility (SCAF) South-South Cooperation Trust Fund Strategic Partnership with Africa Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa Trade Finance Initiative Transport Water Supply & Sanitation Youth Zimbabwe Multi-Donor Trust Fund Enquiry details Quote "The policy is a reaffirmation of the Bank Group’s commitment, to carry out its development activities in an open and transparent manner..." AfDB's VP SG Simultaneous disclosure Declassified Key documents Board Documents Policy Documents Strategy Documents Project & Operations Project-related Procurement Publications Environmental & Social Assessments Financial Information Legal Documents All Documents Useful Links Integrity and Anti-Corruption AfDB Group's Long Term Strategy Countries Field Office Contacts AfDB and IATI MapAfrica Civil Society Initiatives & Partnerships Terms & Conditions Disclosure and Access to Information Sitemap Search Glossary RSS Feeds Facebook Twitter Instagram Photos Flickr Photos Youtube Videos RSS Email © 2016 African Development Bank Group Web design agency - Liquid Light A Algeria Angola B Benin Botswana Burkina Faso Burundi C Cameroon Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Comoros Congo Democratic Republic of Congo Côte d’Ivoire D Djibouti E Egypt Eritrea Equatorial Guinea Ethiopia G Gabon Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea-Bissau K Kenya L Lesotho Liberia Libya M Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritania Mauritius Morocco Mozambique N Namibia Niger Nigeria R Rwanda S São Tomé & Príncipe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa South Sudan Sudan Swaziland T Tanzania Togo Tunisia U Uganda Z Zambia Zimbabwe

EOI - Sierra Leone - Consultancy Services for Institutional Development Support

 | Published July 29, 2016
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December 31st 2000 January 1st 1991 – December 31st 1995 January 1st 1986 – December 31st 1990 January 1st 1981 – December 31st 1985 January 1st 1976 – December 31st 1980 Before and up to December 31st 1975 Countries* Algeria Angola Benin Botswana Burkina Faso Burundi Cameroon Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Comoros Congo Côte d’Ivoire Democratic Republic of Congo Djibouti Egypt Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Ethiopia Gabon Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea-Bissau Kenya Lesotho Liberia Libya Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritania Mauritius Morocco Mozambique Namibia Niger Nigeria Rwanda São Tomé & Príncipe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa South Sudan Sudan Swaziland Tanzania Togo Tunisia Uganda Zambia Zimbabwe Topics* African Carbon Support Program African Fertilizer Financing Mechanism African Financial Markets Initiative (AFMI) African Financing Partnership African Guarantee Fund for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises African Legal Support Facility African Peer Review Mechanism African Water Facility African Women in Business Initiative Agriculture & Agro-industries Aid for Trade Trust Fund Civil Society Climate Change Climate for Development in Africa (ClimDev-Africa) Initiative Climate Investment Funds (CIF) Congo Basin Forest Fund Deauville Partnership Economic & Financial Governance Education Emergency Liquidity Facility (ELF) Energy & Power Enhanced Private Sector Assistance for Africa: EPSA Initiative Environment Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative Financial Crisis Food Production Fragile States Facility Fund for African Private Sector Assistance Gender Global Environment Facility (GEF) Health Health in Africa Fund Higher Education Science and Technology Trust Fund Human and Social Development Information & Communication Technology Infrastructure Investment Climate Facility Making Finance Work for Africa Partnership Microfinance Multidonor Trust Fund Middle Income Countries Migration and Development Initiative Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Multi-Donor Governance Trust Fund Multidonor Water Partnership Program NEPAD NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility (NEPAD-IPFF) Partnerships Poverty Reduction Private Sector Development Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA) Quality Assurance & Results Regional Integration Rural Water Supply & Sanitation Initiative Seed Capital Assistance Facility (SCAF) South-South Cooperation Trust Fund Strategic Partnership with Africa Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa Trade Finance Initiative Transport Water Supply & Sanitation Youth Zimbabwe Multi-Donor Trust Fund Enquiry details Quote "The policy is a reaffirmation of the Bank Group’s commitment, to carry out its development activities in an open and transparent manner..." AfDB's VP SG Simultaneous disclosure Declassified Key documents Board Documents Policy Documents Strategy Documents Project & Operations Project-related Procurement Publications Environmental & Social Assessments Financial Information Legal Documents All Documents Useful Links Integrity and Anti-Corruption AfDB Group's Long Term Strategy Countries Field Office Contacts AfDB and IATI MapAfrica Civil Society Initiatives & Partnerships Terms & Conditions Disclosure and Access to Information Sitemap Search Glossary RSS Feeds Facebook Twitter Instagram Photos Flickr Photos Youtube Videos RSS Email © 2016 African Development Bank Group Web design agency - Liquid Light A Algeria Angola B Benin Botswana Burkina Faso Burundi C Cameroon Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Comoros Congo Democratic Republic of Congo Côte d’Ivoire D Djibouti E Egypt Eritrea Equatorial Guinea Ethiopia G Gabon Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea-Bissau K Kenya L Lesotho Liberia Libya M Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritania Mauritius Morocco Mozambique N Namibia Niger Nigeria R Rwanda S São Tomé & Príncipe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa South Sudan Sudan Swaziland T Tanzania Togo Tunisia U Uganda Z Zambia Zimbabwe

PFM Improvement and Consolidation - P133424

Public Financial Management Improvement and ConsolidationProject | Published July 27, 2016  -  Deadline August 15, 2016
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Recruitment Of Ifmis Business Continuity/ Disaster Recovery Plan Consultant REQUESTFOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR THE RECRUITMENT OFIFMIS BUSINESSCONTINUITY/ DISASTER RECOVERY PLAN CONSULTANTFOR THE ACCOUNTANT GENERALS DEPARTMENT OF THE MINISTRY OF FINANCE AND ECONOMICDEVELOPMENT PUBLICFINANCIAL MANAGEMENT IMPROVEMENT AND CONSOLIDATION PROJECT (PFMICP) (INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANTSELECTION) Country:Republic of Sierra Leone NameofProject: Public Financial Management Improvement and Consolidation Project(PFMICP) Credit/GrantNumbers: IDA Credit Number 5350-SL, TF Grant Number 17201-SL andAfDB-2100155027317 Assignment Title:  RECRUITMENT OFIFMISBUSINESSCONTINUITY/ DISASTER RECOVERY PLAN CONSULTANT ReferenceNo. MoFED/PFMICP/PMU/IC//006/009/2016 DateofIssuance: 28th July, 2016 Source ofFunds The Government of Sierra Leone has receivedfunding in theamount of Twenty Eight Million, Five Hundred Thousand United State Dollars($28,500,000) from  InternationalDevelopment Association IDA of the Word Bank, Multi-Donor Trust Funds(MDTF)-  European Union (EU), DFID and poolfunding from the AfDB  towards the costof Public Financial Management Improvement and Consolidation Project and intendto apply part of the proceeds of the funding for eligible payment under thecontract for Consulting services for theRecruitment ofIFMIS Business Continuity/ Disaster  Recovery Plan  Consultant. Objective ofthe Assignment The mainpurpose of this assignment isto hire the services of aconsultant or consulting firm to develop the IFMIS BCP. The finalizedBCP shallalso encompass or extensively cover the area of Disaster Recovery Planning ?DRP for the government's IFMIS deployment. The hired consultant isexpected to produce a document that defines thepolicies of the Government of Sierra Leone ? GOSL along with the definedprocedures for disaster recovery and plans for recovering critical technologyand networking infrastructure for the government's IFMIS platformgovernment-wide. The output BCP-DRP document will sum up these definedprocesses and procedures to be employed in the event of an actual emergencyevent or occurrence in relation to the operation of IFMIS across thegovernment. The government, throughthe Ministry of Finance and economic Development? MOFED and its Development Partners ? DPs since the inception of IFMIS, haveseen the need to stabilize and maintain the availability of the IFMISplatform.The overarching goal is to provide for the mechanisms that even in the case ofan emergency or disaster, IFMIS platform uptime, availability, accessibility,data integrity and business continuity are assured Brief Description and Tasks to beperformed by Consultant The selected consultant is expected toprovide the following consulting services: Identify all IFMISstakeholders that are critical to the overall operation, sustainability andmaintenance of the government's IFMIS setup Gather information from thestakeholders on the business processes and operational and administrativeprocedures employed across the board in the production use of IFMIS Present or articulate the needfor BC ? Business Continuity and DR ? Disaster Recovery (BC/DR) Plan for theIFMIS combined landscape Particularize thetypes/severity levels (example, thunderstorm/hurricane, attacks, flooding,health emergency, etc.) of disaster that can occur and the related planning andresponses for such disasters that may be common to this sub-region Spell out the key componentsof the IFMIS BC/DR Plan to include the following: ContactInformation: means ofcontacting key personnel, users, service providers and technicians Documentation: capturingthelayout and components of the existing IFMIS environment, procedures fordeclaring a disaster, procedures for restoring services in a disasterrecoverymode, identification of disaster recovery resources for IFMIS and proceduresfor contacting key IFMIS resources Real Estate: the physicalpoint or location where people will converge and this will be the interim datacenter that will house the key personnel in the case the regular locations oroffices are out of commission Off-site Storage of Backups:an off-site (away from any existing IFMIS site) that will store up-to-datebackup tapes of IFMIS transaction processing data Hardware Availability:replacements for destroyed or out-of-commission hardware components to includeservers, PCs, routers, switches, etc. DR Committee: identify keymembers from across the IFMIS/PFM ? Public Financial Management stakeholders'community that have the requisite authority to make decisions in the event ofan emergency and can communicate to the wider government on emergencymattersrelating to all IFMIS touch points across government Regular Testing and Updatingof Recovery Plan: identify items (e.g. people, technology, business needs,etc.) within the IFMIS setup that may be subjected to regular changesandprovide guidance as to how these items should routinely reviewed and updated withinthe IFMIS BC/DR Plan Compile detailed matrixdepicting risk elements within the context of the government's IFMISenvironment that presents the Risk Event, Risk Probability and Risk Impact Identify critical IFMIS assetsto include tangible assets (hardware and documentation) and intangible assets(usability of systems, morale of users and the willingness across theIFMISuser community to adapt and adopt swiftly) Conduct an end-to-endassessment of the IFMIS Wide Area Network ? IWAN and also perform review of ameaningful portion of the deployed Local Area Network ? LAN facilities acrossthe 30 IFMIS rolled out MDAs Identify any potentialproblems or issues with the above-mentioned network connectivity facilities toconnecting the entire IFMIS production environment to a designated DRfacilityor location Conduct a review of existingbaseline measures (access control, anti-viruses, firewalls, IDS, databackup,etc.) in place to secure the wider IFMIS network Present detailedrecommendations in a draft BC/DR Plan on baseline measures for the extensiveIFMIS network environment Produce a detailed BC/DR Plan(for a centralized IFMIS application system) that encompasses the followingsections: Plan for Data Recovery(information classification, review of existing backup strategies, etc.) System RecoveryProcess(identification of critical applications and hardware, cold sites, hot sites,etc.) Building Recovery Process(building capacity requirements, building selection, heating and cooling,communication links, fire protection, accessibility, etc.) Communication Link RecoveryProcess (computer peripherals and terminal network, restoration of WAN and datanetwork links, etc.) Personnel Recovery Process(evacuation procedures, users' relocation, transportation facilities,contingency staffing options, redirection of communications to include emails,etc.) Business Recovery Process(setup of off-site business recovery office for AGD, communications prioritiesfor the office, reestablishment of services at the office, etc.) Present the draft IFMIS BC/DRFinal Report for review and acceptance by MOFED with guidance from the DeputyAccountant General, Director, ICTD and The IFMIS Project Manager Qualifications, Experience andCompetencies Theshortlisting for this position shall be based on thefollowing criteria: Minimum Bachelor's Degree inFinance or Accounting or Information Technology or Business Administration Certified Business ContinuityPlanner (CBCP) or CISA qualifications will be required of the consultant in thecase the interested consultant is applying for this engagement as an individualconsultant Minimum of 5 years ofprofessional experience in the field of business continuity, disasterrecovery,disaster preparedness, disaster management or related discipline Experience of completing asimilar (complexity and size) BCP or DRP effort for a minimum of 2 BCP/DRPprojects Experiencein conductingsecurity assessment for Information Technology ? IT assets Solid organizational skills, aself-starter that is able to prioritize, schedule timelines, set targets,perform tasks, review activities and results and take corrective actions Solid relationship andconsultation skills Experienced in conductingresearch, coordinating resources and combining broad array of data orinformation into a concise presentment that is easy to grasp Sound business judgment withthe ability to evaluate varying strategies and making solid recommendations Must be willing to acceptresponsibility for decisions and provide fixes where and when necessary inorder to meet targets Excellent MS Office and MSproduct knowledge Strong interpersonal skillswith superior written and verbal communication skills Extremely detail oriented andcustomer focused The consultant must have previousexperience with ERP platform implementations Experience in sub-SaharanAfrican is required. CORESKILLS Must possess the ability towork on several project tasks and activities simultaneously employingstrongorganizational and planning skills Must have demonstrativeconsulting skills that include team facilitation, business case definition andanalysis, business process mapping and business process redesigning Must have demonstrativebackground knowledge in coordinating IT incident management activities andconducting preparations for IT infrastructure recovery Must have backgroundexperience in Business Crisis Response Management with sub-region experiencepreferred Ability to solve complexbusiness issues with excellent business process and best practices experienceor aptitude Excellent business process andexperience in using tools such as Visio, MS Project, and any relationaldatabase system TIME FRAME, DURATION ANDLOCATION The initial duration of thisassignment is five (5) weeks and it is expected of the consultant to beavailable to report for this assignment immediately of the successfulconclusion of this recruitment process. The duty station is Freetown,SierraLeone. 7.0 SelectionCriteria The short listingcriteria are: 1. IndividualConsultant's experience relevant to the Assignment 2.Competency/Qualification of the Individual Consultant relevant to theAssignment ThisREOI will lead to the preparation of Short list of Consultants The attentionofinterested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IDA Grants byWorld Bank Borrowers , (January 2011).("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth theWorld Bank's policy on conflict of interest. The Consultant will be selected in accordancewith   Individual Consultant (IC)method setout in the Consultant Guidelines. Furtherinformation can be obtained at the address below during office hours 0900 to 1700 hours Sierra Leonetime. Expressions of interest must be delivered in awritten form to the address below in person or E-mail on 15thAugust, 2016. The ProjectDirector ThePublicFinancial Management Improvement and Consolidation    Project (PFMICP) Ministry of Finance and EconomicDevelopment 3rd Floor Sierra Leone CommercialBank Building 35A Lightfoot Boston Street Freetown, Sierra Leone Attn:The Project Director Tel: +232-22220 146; Cell: + 232 79 358 317 E-mails:   mofedpfmicp@gmail.com

PFM Improvement and Consolidation - P133424

Public Financial Management Improvement and Consolidation Project | Published July 23, 2016  -  Deadline September 13, 2016
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Supply, Configuration And Implementation Of An Integrated Tax Administration System (itas) Invitation forBids (IFB) Issuing date: 27 July, 2016 Name of Country: Sierra Leone Name of Project: Public FinancialManagement Improvement and Consolidation Project The Sierra Leone NationalRevenue Authority is seeking a Consultancy for the supply, configuration andinstallation of an Information System for the managementof all domestic taxes andduties, including but not limited to Income Tax, Value added Tax, WithholdingTax, Pay-As-You-Earn (PAYE) and Excise duties. The software should have modulesfor effecting and monitoring key activities of a tax administration such asregistration, de-registration, assessment, tax-payer accounts, audit,compliance, objections and appeals, incorporating best international practice,security features and operable in both stand-alone and network mode. Theobjective of the procurement is to appoint a software consultant who willprovide the software, configure the software in accordance with the laws of theRepublic of Sierra Leone and the Sierra Leone Revenue Authority's businessrules, and implement the modified software in nominated tax offices. Credit Number: 5350-SL IFB Title: Supply, Configuration andImplementation of an Integrated TaxAdministrationSystem (ITAS) IFB No:  SL-PFMICP/ICB/ITAS/06/2016-01 1.         This Invitation forBids (IFB) follows the General Procurement Notice (GPN) for this project thatappeared in UNDB online on 29th September,2014. 2.         The Government ofthe Republic of Sierra Leone has received a credit from the InternationalDevelopment Association toward the cost of the Public Financial Management Improvement and ConsolidationProject, and it intends to apply part of the proceeds of this credit topayments under the agreement(s) resulting from this IFB:  SL-PFMICP/ICB/ITAS/06/2016-01 3.        The National Revenue Authority serves as the implementing agencyforthe project and now invites sealed bidsfrom eligible Bidders for Supply, Configuration and Implementation of an Integrated Tax Administration System (ITAS) 4.         Bidding will be conducted usingtheInternational Competitive Bidding (ICB) procedures specified in the WorldBank's Guidelines: Procurement under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits, edition ofJanuary, 2011, and is open to all Bidders eligible as defined in theseGuidelines, that meet the following minimum qualification criteria: 1.Demonstrated experience inthe followingareas: Bidder must haveimplemented the proposed ITAS system in at least 5 Revenue Authorities and the systemmust be operational for minimum of one year. The  Bidder  or  subsidiaries must  have at least five (05) years' experience in  the  supply,installation,configuration and implementation of projects of similarcomplexities; International Bidders must have a local partner in the country forcontinuity of support and delivery of services during warranty period; Bidders who themselves don't own the ITASSoftware must provideManufacturer's Authorization authorizing them to submit the bid; Bidders should be able todemonstrate thatthey follow higheststandard of quality while developing & customization of their softwaresolutions that is internationally recognized. Bidders to provide copyof suchInternational Certifications Supply, configuration andinstallation of industry-standard integrated tax administration software in asimilar region; Supply, configuration andinstallation of industry-standard integrated tax administration software incountries with similar economies and level of development; Implementation ofcomprehensive softwaresupport, particularly an integrated tax administration software, service levelagreements in the region; Design of an off-the-shelf,robust and yet flexiblesoftwarerepresenting innovative synthesis of technology and best internationalpractices in the areas of tax administration and customer service with reducedimplementation and user training time. Key personnel with demonstratedexperience in Project management experienceof at least 5 years implementing projects requiring extensive processre-designand change management experience of at least 5 yearsat development and implementation of complex, customised software within the tax administration environment Experience of at least 5yearsat development and implementation of complex, customised software outside thetax administration environment A proven financial background with the capacity tohandle projects of this magnitude: Annual ofturnover of at least US$500,000 in each of the last 3 years. 5.         Interested eligibleBidders may obtain further information from the Sierra Leone National Revenue Authorityandinspect the bidding documents at the address given below from 0900 to1600 Hours GMT. A pre-bid meeting whichpotential bidders may attend will be held on 16 August 2016. 6.         Acomplete set of biddingdocuments in EnglishLanguage may be purchased by interested Bidders on submission ofa written application to the address below and upon payment of a nonrefundablefee of US$500 (or SLL3,250,000) or anequivalent amount in a freely convertible currency. The documents may becollected by hand at the address below or sent by electronic mail at noadditional cost or sent in hard copy by courier to anaddress specified by the bidders in their written application at an additionalnon-refundable cost of US$150 for overseas deliveries for bidders whoselect this mode oftransmission. The methodof payment will be by telegraphic transfer, Cash,cashier'scheque, or Bank Draft paid to Account number:003001014156030144 AccountName; PublicFinancial Management Improvement and ConsolidationProject, 3rdFloor, Sierra Leone Commercial Bank Building, 35A Light-FootBoston Street, Freetown, Sierra Leone Bank: SierraLeone Commercial Bank, Siaka Stevens Street, Freetown, Sierra Leone Swift Code:SLCBSLFR CorrespondentBank: Crown Agent Bank Ltd., London US$Account Nr: 33445101 GBPAccount Nr: 33445001 EURAccount Nr: 33445401 SwiftBIC: CR ASGB 2L Inaddition to the requirements of the Bidding Documents, all bids must beaccompanied by: A certified true copy of a validbusiness registration certificate or business license in conformity with theprovision of the laws of the country of the bidder. Acertified and up to date truecopy of a valid Tax Clearance Certificate from the relevant authorityinconformity with the provision of the laws of the country of the bidder. 7.        Sealed Bids must be delivered tothe address below at or before 13th September, 2016 at 1200 HoursGMT. Electronic bidding will not be permitted. The amount of Bid Security required isUS$50,000 or its equivalent in afreely convertible currency.  Latebids will be rejected.  Bids will beopened inthe presence of Bidders' representatives whochoose to attend at the address below at13thSeptember, 2016 at 1205 Hours GMT. 8.         The attention ofprospective Bidders is drawn to (i) the fact that they will be required tocertify in their bids that all software is either covered by a valid license orwas produced by the Bidder and (ii) that violations are considered fraud, whichcan result in ineligibility to be awarded World Bank-financed contracts. Address for ObtainingInformation on, Inspecting, Purchasing, collecting Bidding Documents andDelivering Bids: Project Management Unit, Public FinancialManagement Improvement and Consolidation Project Name and Designation ofofficer: George Lamin Vandi, Project Director 3rd Floor, Sierra LeoneCommercial Bank Building, 35A Lightfoot Boston Street, Freetown, Sierra Leone. Phonenumber: +232 79 358 317 E-mailaddress: laminvandi@yahoo.com Address for OpeningBids: Project Management Unit, Public FinancialManagement Improvement and Consolidation Project, 4th Floor, SierraLeone Commercial Bank Building, 35A Lightfoot Boston Street, Freetown, SierraLeone.

PFM Improvement and Consolidation - P133424

Public Financial Management Improvement and ConsolidationProject | Published June 15, 2016  -  Deadline July 7, 2016
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Consulting Services For Freebalance Core Financials And Budget Functional Expert REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (REOI) CONSULTING SERVICES  FOR FREEBALANCE CORE FINANCIALS & BUDGETFUNCTIONAL CONSULTANT (INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANT SELECTION) Country:Republic of Sierra Leone NameofProject: Public Financial Management Improvement and Consolidation Project(PFMICP) Credit/GrantNumbers: IDA Credit Number 5350-SL, TF Grant Number 17201-SL andAfDB-2100155027317 Assignment Title: ConsultingServices for FreeBalance Core Financials and Budget Functional Expert ReferenceNo. MoFED/PFMICP/PMU/IC/003/2016 Date ofIssuance: Tuesday 16th June, 2016 Source ofFunds The Government of SierraLeonehas received funding in the amount of Twenty Eight Million, Five HundredThousand United State Dollars ($28,500,000) from  InternationalDevelopment Association IDA ofthe Word Bank, Multi-Donor Trust Funds (MDTF) - European Union (EU), DFID and pool funding from the AfDB  towards the cost of Public Financial ManagementImprovement and Consolidation Project and intend to apply part of theproceedsof the funding for eligible payment under the contract for consultingservices toengage  a FreeBalance Core Financials andBudget Functional Expert. 2. OBJECTIVES The main purpose ofthis assignment is to have in place for the plannedapplications migration a seasoned FreeBalance functional consultant that willoversee the mapping of the government's business and functional requirementswith the capabilities of the FreeBalance Version 7 applications (CoreFinancials and Budgeting) suite. More specifically,this engaged consultant shall provide expertiseservices (including levels 1 and 2 functional support) on the followingFreeBalance (current versions and Version 7) application modules: Financial Accountability Government Fixed Asset Government Stores and Inventory Purchasing Accountability Government treasury Management Revenue Accountability/Government ReceiptManagement Procurement and ContractManagement Government PerformanceBudgeting Budget Book Builder 3. DETAILS OF THE ASSIGNMENT The selectedconsultant is expected to provide the following consultingservices: Work closely with the GOSL's IFMIS transactionprocessing business stakeholders and elicit the overall business needs andrequirements from the process owners across government Gather information from the user on its currentbusiness processes (As-Is processes) Compile information from the user (GOSL) on itsbusiness requirements (To-Be processes) Performthe mapping of source data (existingIFMIS) to the data elements of the new Version 7 environment (data mapping) Conduct gap analysis through the identificationof gaps between the As-Is and To-Be processes Develop a business blueprint document capturingthe end-to-end list of the requirements elicited and or compiled as aresult ofinteractions between the consultant and users (GOSL) Develop a functional requirement traceabilitymatrix for the FreeBalance Version 7 migration effort and compare said draftlist of functional requirements with a previously compiled (by the GOSL)functional requirements list for a new IFMIS application platform Work in tandem with the designated FreeBalanceTechnical Consultant in ensuring that the signed-off business and functionalrequirements are implemented and configured in Version 7 Ensure that the FreeBalance Version 7 Migrationteam provides a system specifications document capturing the list of allapproved requirements along with the detailed features and functions for therequirements Work closely with the FreeBalancefunctionalteam on the configuration of workflows and in ensuring that all workflowsrelating to the requirements of the GOSL are appropriately configured Lead all functional testing and integrationtesting efforts upon final customization and application configurationactivities Ensure that the system configurations meet theoverall needs of the GOSL's IFMIS (specifically the Core Financials andBudgeting) environment Work closely with the FreeBalance Version 7migration team in ensuring that the vendor covers the users' needs fully fromthe planning stage to the requirements gathering, application design (includingSystem Requirements Specifications ? SRS), testing, implementation, deployment,maintenance and support stages of the migrated IFMIS for the GOSL Ensure that the IFMIS ConfigurationAdministrator designate is actively involved in these migration activities asper the TOR of the functional consultant Work closely with the GOSL users in identifyingthe requirements for interfacing specific FreeBalance application modules toother government systems and also actively collaborate with the IFMISvendor orother third-party vendors that will be tasked with providing the build for agiven interface Conduct training and knowledge transfer to theGOSL user community and systems administrators on FreeBalance Version7(integrated mode) and the wider IFMIS in the continuous enhancement of capacitywithin the GOSL Certify (upon cross consultations with theAccountant-General, PMU of PFMICP, HRMO, Budget Bureau, ICTD and the IFMISProject Management) the completion of Freebalance implementations as specifiedcontractually between the GOSL and FreeBalance 4. TIME FRAME, DURATION AND LOCATION Theinitial duration of this assignment is twelve (12) months and it is expected ofthe consultant to be available to report for this assignment immediately of thesuccessful conclusion of this recruitment process. The duty station isFreetown, Sierra Leone. The Public FinancialManagementImprovement and Consolidation Project (PFMICP ) now invites eligible IndividualConsultants to indicate their interest in providing the required services.Interested individual consultants should provide information demonstrating thatthey have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform theservices. The individual consultantmustmeet the following qualifications and related experience requirements: Minimum Bachelor's Degree in Finance,Management, Economics, Information Technology or related field from arecognized university. Additional post graduate qualifications are anaddedadvantage. Minimum of 5 years overall hands-on experiencewith FreeBalance application and the consultant would preferably haveat theminimum, one project experience as a lead functional consultant for aFreeBalance Version 7 implementation The consultant must have demonstrativebackground knowledge on creating and configuring task sequences in FreeBalanceVersion 7 application platform The consultant must have experience inenterprise-grade systems implementation project with strong process analysis,design, and documentation skills Excellent MS Office and MS product knowledge Strong interpersonal skills with superiorwritten and verbal communication skills Extremely detail oriented and customer focused The consultant must have previous experiencewith ERP platform implementations with FreeBalance experience being an addedadvantage Previous requirementsgathering experience inEnterprise Resource planning implementations for the public sector. Experience in sub-Saharan African is required. 5. CORE SKILLS Must possess the ability to work on several projecttasks and activities simultaneously employing strong organizational andplanning skills Must have demonstrative consulting skills thatinclude team facilitation, business case definition and analysis, businessprocess mapping and business process redesigning Must have demonstrative background knowledge insystems implementation to include requirements and business process analysis,conceptual and detailed design, configurations and testing, training,changemanagement and support Ability to solve complexbusiness issues withexcellent business process and best practices experience or aptitude Excellent business process and experience inusing tools such as Visio, MS Project, and any relational database system 6.     Selection Criteria The short listing criteria are: Individual Consultant's experience relevant to theAssignment Competency/Qualification of the Individual Consultant relevant tothe Assignment ThisREOI will lead to thepreparation of Short list of Consultants The attention of interested Consultants is drawn toparagraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines:Selection and Employment of Consultants under IDA Grants by World BankBorrowers , (January 2011). ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forththe World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. The Consultantwill be selected in accordance with Individual Consultant (IC) method set out in the ConsultantGuidelines: Selection and Employment ofConsultants under IDA Grants by World Bank Borrowers, (January 2011).("Consultant Guidelines") Further information can be obtained at the addressbelow during office hours 0900 to 1700hours Sierra Leone time. Expressionsofinterest must be delivered in a written form to the address below in person ore-mail, at 5pm on Tuesday 7th July, 2016. ThePublicFinancial Management Improvement and Consolidation    Project (PFMICP) Ministry of Finance and EconomicDevelopment 3rd Floor Sierra Leone Commercial BankBuilding 35a Lightfoot BostonStreet Freetown, Sierra Leone Attn: The Project Director Tel: +232-22 220 146; Cell: + 232 79 358317 E-mails:   mofedpfmicp@gmail.com

PFM Improvement and Consolidation - P133424

Public Financial Management Improvement and Consolidation Project (PFMICP) | Published June 1, 2016  -  Deadline June 23, 2016
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Request For Expressions Of Interest (reoi) For Independent Assessment Of The Integrated Financial Management Information System REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (REOI) FOR INDEPENDENT ASSESSMENTOF THE INTEGRATED FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM Country: Republic of Sierra Leone Name of Project: Public Financial Management Improvement andConsolidation Project (PFMICP) Credit/Grant Numbers: IDA Credit Number 5350-SL, TF Grant Number17201-SL and AfDB-2100155027317 Assignment Title: ConsultingServices for the Independent Assessment of the IntegratedFinancial Management Information System Reference No. MoFED/PFMICP/PMU/CQS/002/5/2016 Date of Issuance: Thursday 2nd June, 2016 Source ofFunds The Government of SierraLeonehas received funding in the amount of Twenty Eight Million, Five HundredThousand United State Dollars ($28,500,000) from  InternationalDevelopment Association IDA ofthe Word Bank, Multi-Donor Trust Funds (MDTF) - European Union (EU), DFID and pool funding from the AfDB  towards the cost of Public FinancialManagement Improvement and Consolidation Project and intends to use part of theproceeds of the financing for this activity. This activity involves the IndependentAssessment of the Integrated Financial Management Information System. 2.0       Objectives/Justificationof the Assignment The main purpose of this engagement is to provide anindependent review of the IFMIS application platform to establish anyoperational, functional and system design deficiencies of the system. More specifically, this engagement shall provideassessment on the following: IFMIS interface capability GOSL's interface requirements and system'ssuitability to meet these requirementsContractual obligations (especiallycoverage of functional and technical requirements) Architectural framework System reporting capability Licensing agreement and obligations Licensingutilization Hardwareassessment End-to-end usability of the combinedIFMISapplication platform Internal controls and business processes Response times for support request Access and security controls Integration and interoperability (of embeddedapplication modules) Connectivity (WAN and LAN)support for IFMIS Technical support and helpdesk for IFMIS Capacity building and training Overall system implementation progress todate IFMIS roll-out (confirm exactly what is to bedone) Systemsdocumentation Scope ofServices The identifiedconsultants will review,advise and proposeimprovements and it is expected of the consultant to identify gaps with regardsto the present IFMIS setup. The selected consultant willadvise the GOSL on the pertinent IFMIS functional and technical areasthisengagement should cover in order to provide the government with the mostappropriate and independent views on the overall IFMIS implementationanddeployment to date. This service provider isrequiredto make "unbiased" recommendations on improving the existing IFMIS applicationand infrastructural environment. In short, the selected consultant isexpected,among other tasks, to: Identifyany gaps and shortcomings with the system and provide recommendationstoimprove system's functionality; Provideadvice and recommend improvements for efficiency with present infrastructureand communication aspects Document and present in the form of a finaldraft paper, key recommendations on the way forward for the central governmentIFMIS 4.0 Task to beperformed by the Consultancy Firm: The selected consultant is expected to advise the GOSLon the particular and all-inclusive low-level areas this engagement shouldcover in order to provide the government with the most appropriate andindependent views on the overall IFMIS implementation and deployment to dateand to make "unbiased" recommendations on improving the existing IFMISapplication and infrastructural environment. In short, the selected consultingfirm is expected, among other tasks, to: Review all contractual agreements between theGoSL and FreeBalance of Canada and establish whether contractual obligationshave been met. Undertake a simple network traffic assessmentand analysis as well as traffic within the suggested data centre during pickhours. Schedule and conduct detailed interviewswithall IFMIS stakeholders with pertinent stake in the existing IFMIS setup acrossthe GOSL Assess possibilities for an upgrade which shouldinclude development of required interfaces with Electronic Funds Transfer, NRAexisting system, CS-DRMS; implementation of the GFS2001 compliant budgetclassification, business process improvements, reporting, optimal useof thebudget module, conversion into centralized into a centralized technologyarchitecture, capacity building and SLA for better and a more efficient supportarrangements. Undertake all present hardware and identify anygaps and shortcomings that may exist. Undertakesystem performance and produce areport of recommendations to the IFMIS technical team and the projectTask TeamLeader. Undertake data base analyses for the design andscalability after implementation in readiness for a possible upgrade. Assess and comment on the logical design and ICTsystem architecture Engage the IFMIS vendor, the World Bank(implementation team members, past and present), the PFMRU (the then IFMISProject Implementation Unit ? PIU), the ICTD, the Budget Bureau (BB) and theAGD on all IFMIS implementation activities undertaken since inceptionthatfalls within their domain Identify and documentall key findings derivedfrom the interviews conducted with the key stakeholders Examine the state of the local government FMISand determine the feasibility for a combined central and local governments(national and sub-national) PFM Information System (PFMIS) Document and present in the form of a finaldraft paper, key recommendations on the way forward for the central governmentIFMIS 5.0 Methodology/Approach/Implementation Strategy/Implementation Arrangements There will be created, a TC for this IDSA engagement andthe main purpose for this committee is to oversee the successful implementationof this assignment. The TC is independent of the procurement process for thisengagement and shall focus exclusively on the implementation of thisengagement. The TC will serve as a reference group for the engagementconsultant and the committee will compose the Director of the Economic Policyand Research Unit (EPRU) of MOFED as the Chairman. The other members of thecommittee shall will include the ICT Director of the National RevenueAuthority(NRA), a representative with ACCA qualification from Audit Service Sierra Leone(ASSL), Director of the Procurement Directorate (MOFED), one Chief TechnologyOfficer at the line ministry level and finally, one Director from theHumanResources Management Office (HRMO). The TC will approve all reports from this consultant. It is expected of the consultant toprovide the TC with regular status updates on the activities and progress ofthe engagement and must ensure that all targets and timelines are adhered toconsistently. The consultant should be fully self-sufficient and mustensurethat all reasonable costs associated with the delivery of this assignment areaccounted for in the consultant's financial proposal for this engagement 6.0 The key staffsand their respective qualifications would be as follows: CISA qualified IT Professional who would also bethe Team Leader Qualified Accountant with ACCA/CPA/CMA/ Theconsultancy should ensure that it provides Certified Information SystemsAuditor (CISA) Senior Business Process/Management Professionalwith MBA in Business  Management/Administration or Finance or Accounting Junior Business Process Professional Qualified IT Professional with Certificationasa DBA 7.0 Duration of the Assignment The duration of the assignmentis45 days with a total man-day input of 175 days. The Public FinancialManagementImprovement and Consolidation Project (PFMICP) nowinvites eligible consulting firms to indicate their interest in providing theservices. Interested consulting firms should provide information demonstratingthat they have the required qualifications and relevant experience toaddressthe needs highlighted above. 8.0    Selection Criteria TheConsultant will be selected in accordance with  firms' selection methodset out in the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment ofConsultants under IDA Grants by World Bank Borrowers, (January2011). ("Consultant Guidelines").The Consulting firm will be selected in accordancewith  Consultants QualificationSelection (CQS) method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. ThisREoI will lead to the preparation of Short list of consulting firms. The attention ofinterested Consulting firms are drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment ofConsultants under IDA Grants by World Bank Borrowers, (January 2011). ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth theWorld Bank's policy on conflict of interest. The consultant isexpected to be on board by 25th of July, 2016. Further information canbe obtained at the address below during office hours 0900 to 1700 hours Sierra Leonetime. Expressions of interest must be delivered in awritten form to the address below by surface mail or e-mail not laterthan Thursday 23rd June, 2016. The Project Director Public Financial Management Improvement and Consolidation Project(PFMICP) Ministry of Finance and Economic Development 3rd Floor, Sierra Leone Commercial BankBuilding 35A Lightfoot Boston Street Freetown, Sierra Leone Attn:The Project Director Tel:+232-22 220 146; Cell: + 232 79 358 317 E-mails: mofedpfmicp@gmail.com

PFM Improvement and Consolidation - P133424

Public Financial Management Improvement and Consolidation Project | Published October 27, 2015  -  Deadline November 17, 2015
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Request For Expressions Of Interest (reoi) Consulting Services For The Consolidation Of Customs Regulation For Natonal Revenue Autority. REQUEST FOREXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (REOI) CONSULTING SERVICES FOR THE CONSOLIDATION OFCUSTOMSREGULATION FOR NATONAL REVENUE AUTORITY. (INDIVIDUALCONSULTANT SELECTION) Country:Republic of Sierra Leone NameofProject: Public Financial Management Improvement and Consolidation Project(PFMICP) Credit/GrantNumbers: IDA Credit Number 5350-SL, TF Grant Number 17201-SL andAfDB-2100155027317 Assignment Title: Consulting Services for theConsolidation ofCustoms Regulation, the consultancy assignment is to developa  Customs Regulations that will consolidate allexisting regulations presently enforced by Customs put in place new Customs Regulationsstructurally suitable to enforce the Customs Act 2011. ReferenceNo. MoFED/PFMICP/PMU/IC/005/2015 DateofIssuance: Tuesday  27th  October,2015 Source ofFunds The Government of SierraLeonehas received funding in the amount of Twenty Eight Million, Five HundredThousand United State Dollars ($28,500,000) from  InternationalDevelopment Association IDA ofthe Word Bank, Multi-Donor Trust Funds (MDTF) - European Union (EU), DFID and pool funding from the AfDB  towards the cost of Public FinancialManagement Improvement and Consolidation Project and intend to apply part ofthe proceeds of the funding for eligible payment under the contract forconsulting services for the Consolidationof Customs Regulation. Objective ofthe Assignment The objectives of this assignment are asfollows: To put in place new Customs Regulationsstructurally suitable to enforce the Customs Act 2011; To enact Customs Regulations that will serve asa vehicle for implementing a modern system of customs control in accordancewith current international trends and best practice. To enforce fundamental legislativeprovisionsthat will increase compliance level through public awareness and sensitization. To establish a sound, clear and logicallegislative framework that will enhance and relate to the many otherlegislative instruments that rely on customs for their implementationandenforcement. 3.0 Brief Description andTasks to be performed by Consultant The consultant is expected to develop a newCustoms Regulationsthat will consolidate all existing regulations presently enforced by Customs.These will include the Customs Brokers Regulations, Valuation Regulations,Customs Tariff Regulations and Customs Warehouse Regulations. The scope of thisassignment will also involve drafting of a new regulation for the remainingsections of the 2011 Customs Act, which will then be consolidated with theexisting regulations. The legislative processes will also include publicsensitizations and workshops. Duration ofthe Assignment is Two Calendar Months ThePublic FinancialManagementImprovement and Consolidation Project (PFMICP) nowinvites eligible Individual Consultants to indicate their interest inprovidingthe services. Interested individual consultants should provide informationdemonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevantexperience to perform the services. The individual consultant must meet thefollowing qualifications and related experience requirements: Degree in International Trade laws or RegulatoryAttorney with Strong legal skills across a broad range of areas includinginternational trade and applicable legal concepts, practices and procedures. Strong academic and analytical skills. The ability to sift through large quantities ofinformation for relevant material. Teamwork, including workingwith professionalsfrom other disciplines. Strong interpersonal andcommunication skillswith the ability to collaborate and function well in a team environment. Self-motivatedand efficient, with good businessjudgment and analytical skills. Forward-thinking and creative. Able to apply industry knowledge and technicalskills to performance of job duties. Ability tounderstand, analyse and interpretstatutes and drafting of regulations. Excellent writtenand verbal communicationskills and good mentoring skills. Proven experience indrafting revenue laws andregulations. Extensive experience in draftinglegislation Worked in Customs Review Process In-depth expertise in operation of Customs laws,policy and reforms 5.0     SelectionCriteria The short listingcriteria are: IndividualConsultant's experience relevant to the Assignment - 60 points Competency/Qualificationof the Individual Consultant relevant to the Assignment ? 40 points This REOIwill lead to the preparation of Short list of Consultants The attention ofinterested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultantsunder IDA Grants by World Bank Borrowers, (January 2011).("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth theWorld Bank's policy on conflict of interest. The Consultant will be selected in accordancewith   Individual Consultant (IC) method setout in the Consultant Guidelines. The consultant isexpected to be on board by 11th January, 2016 Furtherinformation can be obtained at the address below during office hours 0900 to 1700 hours Sierra Leone time. Expressionsof interest must be delivered in awritten form to the address below in person or e-mail, at 5pm onTuesday 17th November,2015. The Project Manager ThePublicFinancial Management Improvement and Consolidation    Project (PFMICP) Ministry of Finance and EconomicDevelopment 3rd Floor Sierra Leone CommercialBank Building 35a Lightfoot BostonStreet Freetown, Sierra Leone Attn:The Project Manager Tel:+232-22 220 146; Cell: + 232 79 358317 E-mails: pfmicpmu@mofed.gov.sland mofedpfmicp@gmail.com

PFM Improvement and Consolidation - P133424

PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT IMPROVEMENT AND CONSOLIDATION PROJECT, | Published June 10, 2015  -  Deadline June 30, 2015
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Request For Expressions Of Interest (reoi) Consulting Services For The Consolidation Of Customs Regulation For National Revenue Autority. REQUEST FOREXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (REOI) CONSULTING SERVICES FOR THE CONSOLIDATION OFCUSTOMS REGULATION FOR NATIONALREVENUE AUTORITY. (INDIVIDUALCONSULTANT SELECTION) Country:Republic of Sierra Leone Name ofProject:Public Financial Management Improvement and Consolidation Project (PFMICP) Credit/GrantNumbers: IDA Credit Number 5350-SL, TF Grant Number 17201-SL andAfDB-2100155027317 Assignment Title: Consulting Services forthe Consolidation of Customs Regulation, theconsultancy assignment is to develop a  Customs Regulationsthat will consolidate all existing regulations presently enforced by Customsput in place new Customs Regulations structurally suitable to enforcetheCustoms Act 2011; ReferenceNo. MoFED/PFMICP/PMU/IC/005/2015 DateofIssuance: Tuesday 9th June, 2015 Source ofFunds The Government of SierraLeonehas received funding in the amount of Twenty Eight Million, Five HundredThousand United State Dollars ($28,500,000) from  International DevelopmentAssociation IDA ofthe Word Bank, Multi-Donor Trust Funds (MDTF) - European Union (EU), DFID and pool funding from the AfDB  towards the cost ofPublic FinancialManagement Improvement and Consolidation Project and intend to apply part ofthe proceeds of the funding for eligible payment under the contract forconsulting services for the Consolidation of Customs Regulations. Objective ofthe Assignment Theobjectives of this assignment are as follow - Toput in place new Customs Regulations structurally suitable to enforcetheCustoms Act 2011; Toenact Customs Regulations that will serve as a vehicle for implementing amodern system of customs control in accordance with current internationaltrends and best practice. Toenforce fundamental legislative provisions that will increase compliance levelthrough public awareness and sentization. Toestablish a sound, clear and logical legislative framework that will enhanceand relate to the many other legislative instruments that rely on customs fortheir implementation and enforcement. 3.0 Brief Description and Tasks to be Performed by Consultant The consultant is expected todevelop anew Customs Regulations that will consolidate all existing regulationspresently enforced by Customs. These will include the Customs BrokersRegulations, Valuation Regulations, Customs Tariff Regulations and CustomsWarehouse Regulations. The scope of this assignment will also involvedraftingof a new regulation for the remaining sections of the 2011 Customs Act, whichwill then be consolidated with the existing regulations. The legislativeprocesses will also include public sensitizations and workshops. Duration ofthe Assignment is Two Calendar Months ThePublic Financial Management Improvement and Consolidation Project(PFMICP ) now invites eligible Individual Consultants to indicate theirinterest in providing the services. Interested individual consultantsshouldprovide information demonstrating that they have the required qualificationsand relevant experience to perform the services. The individual consultant mustmeet the following qualifications and related experience requirements: ·        Degree in InternationalTrade laws orRegulatory Attorney with Strong legal skills across a broad range of areasincluding international trade and applicable legal concepts, practices andprocedures. Strong academic and analytical skills. The ability to sift through large quantities ofinformation for relevant material. Teamwork,including working with professionalsfrom other disciplines. ·        Strong interpersonal andcommunicationskills with the ability to collaborate and function well in a team environment. ·        Self-motivated andefficient, with goodbusiness judgment and analytical skills. Forward-thinking and creative. ·        Able to apply industryknowledge andtechnical skills to performance of job duties. ·        Ability to understand,analyse andinterpret statutes and drafting of regulations. ·        Excellent written and verbalcommunicationskills and good mentoring skills. ·        Proven experience indrafting revenue lawsand regulations. ·        Extensive experience indraftinglegislation ·        Worked in Customs ReviewProcess ·        In-depth expertise inoperation of Customslaws, policy and reforms 5.0     Selection Criteria The short listingcriteria are: IndividualConsultant's experience relevant to the Assignment - 60 points Competency/Qualificationof the Individual Consultant relevant to the Assignment ? 40 points ThisREOI will lead to the preparation of Short list of Consultants The attention ofinterested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment ofConsultants under IDA Grants by World Bank Borrowers , (January 2011).("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy onconflict of interest. The Consultant will be selected in accordancewith   Individual Consultant (IC) method setout in the Consultant Guidelines. The consultant isexpected to be on board by 3rd August, 2015 Furtherinformation can be obtained at the address below during office hours 0900 to 1700 hours Sierra Leone time. Expressionsof interest must be delivered in awritten form to the address below in person or e-mail, at 5pm on Tuesday 30thJune, 2015. The Project Manager The PublicFinancial Management Improvement and Consolidation    Project(PFMICP) Ministry of Finance and Economic Development 3rd Floor Sierra Leone CommercialBank Building 35a Lightfoot Boston Street Freetown, Sierra Leone Attn:The Project Manager Tel: +232-22220 146; Cell: + 232 79 358 317 E-mails:   pfmicpmu@mofed.gov.slandmofedpfmicp@gmail.com

PFM Improvement and Consolidation - P133424

Public Financial Management Improvement and Consolidation Project | Published June 21, 2016  -  Deadline July 12, 2016
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Consultancy Services For The Recruitment Of Asub Grant Evaluation Agent REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONSOF INTEREST (REOI) FOR CONSULTING SERVICES FORTHE RECRUITMENT OF A SUB GRANT EVALUATION AGENT (FIRM SELECTION) Country: Republic of SierraLeone NameofProject: Public Financial Management Improvement and Consolidation Project (PFMICP) Credit/GrantNumbers: IDA Credit Number 5350-SL, TF Grant Number 17201-SL andAfDB-2100155027317 AssignmentTitle:  Consultancy Services for the Recruitment of a  Sub GrantEvaluation Agent ReferenceNo. MoFED/PFMICP/PMU/CQS/003/6/2016 DateofIssuance: Wednesday 22nd June, 2016 Source ofFunds The Government of SierraLeone has received funding in the amount of Twenty Eight Million, Five HundredThousand United State Dollars ($28,500,000) from  InternationalDevelopment Association IDA ofthe Word Bank, Multi-Donor Trust Funds (MDTF) - European Union (EU), DFID and pool funding from the AfDB  towards the cost of Public FinancialManagement Improvement and Consolidation Project and intend to apply part ofthe proceeds of the funding for eligible payment under the contract forconsulting services for the Recruitmentof a Sub-Grant Evaluations Agent for Non-State Actors (NSA). Objective ofthe Assignment 1.      The overall objective of theassignment is to identify and recruit a Sub-grants Evaluation Agent that willbe tasked with the responsibility to undertake the evaluation and short listingof submitted PFM concept notes and project proposals by NSAs that meets all theeligible criteria while at the same maintaining standards of autonomy,efficiency and professionalism in order to mitigate the occurrence ofconflictof interests. 2.      In addition to the above, serve as anindependent assessor of proposals and recommends to MOFED those proposals thatmeets the project overall objectives in the immediate and future terms 3.       Ensurequality control and autonomy in the management and disbursement of grants toeligible applicants in the area of monitoring, keeping database of applicationand reporting. 3.0 Brief Description andTasks to be Performed by Consultancy firm The tasks and activities of the Sub-grants Evaluation Agent shallinclude: 1.      Review of Concept Notes as pereligibility criteria set out in the Sub Grants Manual, short listing ofapplicants and providing recommendation to MoFED on those eligible toproceedto the next stage of the application process; 2.      Evaluation of sub-grant proposals inaccordance with the eligibility criteria set out in the Sub-grants Manual; 3.      Recommends, on the basis of initialevaluation, eligible Sub-projects for approval by the PFM Oversight Committee,subject to World Bank's no-objection; 4.      Review financial proposals fromeligible NSAs with a view of streamlining activity with reasonable budgets toattain value for money in activity implementation; 5.      Conduct a thorough background checkon NSAs recommended for funding with a view of mitigating the occurrence ofrisks that may involve the misuse or diversion of funds for other purposescontrary to the project's overall goals; 6.      Make recommendations to the NSASecretariat for periodic disbursement of funds to grantees, in line with thedisbursement terms of the grant agreement; 7.      Maintain a database of received,funded and rejected applications; 8.      Support grant training for NSAs onthe management of grant as well as reporting. 9.      Provide other pre-award support suchas technical support for activities surrounding the launch of the call forproposals where necessary. 3.1   Duration of theAssignment is 15 weeksinvolving tasks that will be done intermittently within this period. 4.0    ThePublic Financial Management Improvement andConsolidation Project (PFMICP)now invites eligible Consultancy Firm to indicate their interest in providingthe services. Interested consultancy Firms should provide informationdemonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevantexperience to perform the services. The key staffsand their respective qualifications would be as follows: Thenumber of key staff required is three. The team shall be constitutedas follows:  A Team Leader, a Projectproposal Evaluator Expert and a Financial Management Specialist, withthefollowing related qualification, experience and competence for team members. 1.  TeamLeader A postgraduatequalification in the social sciences in fields related to public financialmanagement with over 5 years of experiences in undertaking similar exercise. Atrack record of managing grant-making projects and of working with civilsociety/non-governmental organizations is preferred. The individual must have aproven knowledge and understanding of PFM issues especially in the area ofpublic oversight and accountability. 2.  Project EvaluationExpert A postgraduatequalification in project management with over 5 years experiences in projectproposal development, project evaluation and monitoring and report writing. Aproven track record of carrying out donor-funded project assessment exercise isrequired. A thorough understanding of the role of civil society environment isan added advantage. Experience and knowledge of monitoring and evaluation ofproject is an added advantage. A good reporting skill is also required. 3.  Financial ManagementSpecialist A postgraduatequalification in accounting/ public finance with over 5 years of experience.Ability to evaluate financial proposals and experience in carrying similarexercise is required. A sound understanding of the public financial managementreform issues is desired. 4.0     Selection Criteria The short listingcriteria are: Consultancy firmexperience relevant to the Assignment Competency/Qualificationof the Firm relevant to the Assignment ThisREOI will lead to the preparation of Short list of Consultants The attention ofinterested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultantsunder IDA Grants by World Bank Borrowers , (January 2011).("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth theWorld Bank's policy on conflict of interest. The Consultancy Firm will be selected inaccordance with  the selection based on consultants Qualifications Selection (CQS) methodset out in the Consultant Guidelines. Furtherinformation can be obtained at the address below during office hours 0900 to 1700 hours SierraLeone time. Expressions of interest must be delivered in awritten form to the address below in person or email, not later than 5pm on Tuesday 12thJuly,2016. The PublicFinancial Management Improvement and Consolidation Project (PFMICP) Ministry of Finance and EconomicDevelopment 3rd Floor Sierra Leone CommercialBank Building 35a Lightfoot BostonStreet Freetown, Sierra Leone Attn:The Project Director Tel: +232-22220 146; Cell: + 232 79 358 317 E-mails:   mofedpfmicp@gmail.com

PFM Improvement and Consolidation - P133424

Public Financial Management Improvement and ConsolidationProject | Published August 24, 2016  -  Deadline September 16, 2016
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Consulting Services To Conduct Needs Assessment For The Ia To Establish Requirements Necessary For The Enhanced Effectiveness Of The Internal Audit Function Across Government REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONSOF INTEREST (REOI) Toconduct needs assessment for the IA to establish requirements necessary for theenhanced effectiveness of the internal audit function across government. (FIRM SELECTION) Country: Republic of SierraLeone Name of Project: Public Financial ManagementImprovement and Consolidation Project (PFMICP) Grant Number: IDA Grant 5350-SL, TF Grant Number17201-SL and AfDB- 2100155027317 Assignment Title:  Consulting ServicestoConduct needs assessment for the IA to establish requirements necessary for theenhanced effectiveness of the internal audit function across government Reference No.MoFED/PFMICP/PMU/CQS/001/2016 Date of Issuance: 26th August2016 Source of Funds The Governmentof Sierra Leone has received funding in the amount of Twenty Eight ThousandFive Hundred United State Dollars ($28,500,000) from  International DevelopmentAssociation IDA ofthe Word Bank, Multi-Donor Trust Funds (MTDF), European Union (EU), DFID andpool funding from the AfDB  towards thecost of Public Financial Management Improvement and Consolidation Project andintend to apply part of the proceeds of the funding for eligible payment underthe contract for consulting services toConduct needs assessment for the IA to establish requirements necessary for theenhanced effectiveness of the internal audit function across government Objective  ofthe Assignment The main objective of the consultancy services is toestablish the current needs of Internal Audit Department taken its currentsituation in relation to the Agency its wants to transform itself following theenactment of the Internal Audit bill. Specific objectives include: Developa situational analysis of the Internal Audit Department. Determinewhere the Internal Audit Department would like to be in three years' time. Establish any gaps that exist to determine theneeds of the Internal Audit Department. Provide a strategy on how the needs can befulfilled. Benefits that could be achieved from theimplementation of the above strategy and needs. 3.0 BriefDescription and Tasks to be performed by Consultant Theexpert will work closely with the Director, Internal Audit within theMinistryof Finance and Economic Development, within the context of the existing PFM Actand other related PFM Acts and regulations in conducting the assignment. Thescope of the consultancy services includes: In consultation with the Director ofInternal Audit, conduct a SWOT and situational analyses of the Internal AuditDepartment to determine its current strengths, weaknesses, opportunities andthreats with a view to determining its current needs so as to make itmoreeffective. Conductan assessment of the gap between the actual and desired situation in relationto the Department of Internal Audit, on the basis of a triangulation ofanalysis on different levels such as: Organizationalanalysis Work environmentanalysis Job and job contentanalysis Task analysis Skills analysis Secondary data analysis Personnelevaluation develop a comprehensive development planthat will successfully close the gap between the actual and desired situationsand ensure the success of subsequent training/development activities,inclusiveof proposed training providers and estimated costs/source of availableresources to fund required training/development. Develop an actionplan on how thecurrent needs of internal audit shall be achieved taking technological,financial and cultural considerations into account. In consultation with the DirectorInternal Audit review a reasonable sample of the operations of internal auditin selected MDAs. Recommend ways of building the capacityof the Internal Audit in the MDAs to enable strengthening of the internalaudit function inthe public sector; Recommend ways of empowering internal audit staff inMDAs with the latest skills, methodologies, frameworks, improved procedures andmore efficient processes; addressthe major capacity building needs of the Internal Audit Departments inGovernments including, among others: namelyhuman resources, internalprocesses and technology; Recommend ways of building internal core trainingcompetences in the Internal Audit Department; Determine, design and develop trainingprogrammes for the internal audit staff in MDAs. Improve the ability of internal audit staff toquery, extract and carryout internal audit work using computerized accountingsystems such as the Integrated Financial Management Systems (IFMS). Recommend a suitable audit software forauditing automated system in government including the payroll. 4.0Deliverables/Output The Consultantwill deliver the following: The output required from this assignmentis a comprehensive development plan, based on training needs/gap assessment,including proposals for identified service providers, required and availableresources for implementation of the plan. Currentweaknesses of the Internal Audit Department including Internal audit units inMDAS Aneedsassessment report showing specific needs of the Internal Audit Department bylinking it to the weakness that precipitated the specific need with the objectof enhancing internal audit work in MDAs. Practical andcost effective means of meeting the needs assessed above. An action plan of theimplementation of the needs assessment report of the Internal Audit Department. Duration /Qualification of the Assignment Duration is Seven Weeks (7 weeks) commencing theday after the signing of contract. Qualification The Public Financial ManagementImprovement and Consolidation Project (PFMICP) now invites eligible consultingfirms(Consultants) to indicate their interest in providing the services. Interestedconsultants should provide information demonstrating that they have therequired qualifications and relevant experience to perform the services. Theconsultant(s) must appropriately meet the followingqualification and related experience requirements: A bachelor's degree incommerce, business administration, accounting or any other relevant field froma reputable university and a relevant postgraduate qualification (MBA/MSc orequivalent). He/She should be aprofessionally qualified accountant/certified internal auditor with extensivepublic sector financial management experience and with at least 10 years atsenior management with demonstrable competencies in the following areas: Proficiency in internalauditing in a manual andcomputerised environment; Implementation of the InternationalStandards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing Evaluating/assessingInternal controls Internaland external auditing Value formoney auditing Conductingrisk assessments including fraud vulnerability; Knowledgeof the role and work of the internalaudit function at central and local governments and the Institute of Internal Auditors; Changemanagement and communication skills; Skillsin training and capacity building Experience in Public Sector FinancialManagement in Developing countries and particularly Africa; Implementationof Public Sector Financial Management reforms; Knowledgeof Sierra Leone laws and regulations for financial management at central andlocal governments. Theconsultancy firm shall take responsibility for costs associated with successfulcompletion of the assignment. The client will avail staff of the IAD to makeclarifications on issues 6.0     Selection Criteria The short listing criteria are: FirmsExperience relevant to the Assignment Competency/Qualificationof the Firm relevant to the Assignment This REOI will lead to the preparation of Short list ofConsultants The attention ofinterested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants underIDA Grants by World Bank Borrowers, (January2011). ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy onconflict of interest. A Consulting Firm will be selected in accordance with the SelectionBased on ConsultantsQualifications (CQS)method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Further information can be obtained at the address belowduring office hours 0800 to1700 hours Sierra Leone time. Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to theaddress below in person or e-mail, by16th September 2016 on or before12:00pm(Sierra Leone Time). The PublicFinancial Management Improvement and Consolidation    Project (PFMICP) Ministry ofFinance and Economic Development 3rdFloor Sierra Leone Commercial Bank Building 35a LightfootBoston Street Freetown SierraLeone Attn: The Project Director Tel:+ 232 79-358-317       E-mail:   pfmicpmu@mofed.gov.sl  and mofedpfmicp@gmail.com

PFM Improvement and Consolidation - P133424

Public Financial Management Improvement and Consolidation Project | Published September 18, 2016  -  Deadline October 11, 2016
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Terms Of Refence And Scope Of Services For Procurement Specialist TERMSOF REFENCE AND SCOPE OF SERVICES FOR PROCUREMENT SPECIALIST Reference No.MoFED/PFMICP/PMU/IC/009/09/2016 Date of Issue: 20th September, 2016 Source ofFunds The Government of Sierra Leone (GOSL) has received financingfrom the International Development Association, Multi Donor Trust Fund(MDTF ? EU and DFID) and pool funding from the African Development Bank towardthe cost of the Public Financial Management Improvement & ConsolidationProject (PFMIC) and intends to apply part of the proceeds   for eligible paymentsunder the contract forconsulting services for the selection of a Procurement Specialist. The Project Developmentobjective (PDO) of the Project is "to improve budget planning and credibility,financial control, accountability and oversight in government finances inSierra Leone. Objective of theAssignment The objective of theassignment is to provide services in the area of procurement management  ensuringprocurement processes are carriedout in compliance with the Guidelines of the World Bank, the financingagreement and Procurement Plans and Sierra Leone Public Procurement Act2016  and its Regulations (whererequired)on Public Procurement. In furtherance of the aboveobjectives, the Government intends to use part of the proceeds of thefinancingto engage a suitably qualified and experienced person to fill the position of ProcurementSpecialist. Main Tasks andResponsibilities The main tasks andresponsibilities of the Procurement Specialist (PS) under the supervision ofthe International Procurement Specialist (IPS), among others, are thefollowing: The PS willassist the International Procurement Specialist (IPS) to carry out theproject's procurement management; and conduct the tasks identified below byapplying technical practices and methods, and collecting and making use ofavailable and necessary data in carrying out the assignment. The PS shall workin close consultation with the IPS and other colleagues of the ProjectManagement Unit (PMU) of the Project. He will discuss issues that would affectefficient procurement management with the IPS and agree on the ways to resolvethem; In consultationwith the project beneficiary agencies/units, s/he will prepare an update theProject's Annual Procurement Plan based on approved Annual Work PlansandBudget (AWP&B), detailing contract packages for goods, non-consultingservices and services, the estimated cost for each package, the procurement orselection methods and processing time, etc. in accordance with the applicableWorld Bank procurement Guidelines, the Financing Agreements and othercovenantsof the Project; Assist Projectbeneficiaries in the preparation of terms of reference (TORs) for thepreparation of Requests for Proposals (RFPs) on consulting assignments, andSpecifications for the preparation of bidding documents for goods, usingstandard documentation agreed with the World Bank; Liaise with allrelevant beneficiary agencies with a view to preparing, monthly, quarterly,semi-annual and annual procurement reports as inputs into the projectManagement Reports (PMR) to be submitted to MoFED, World Bank and other DevelopmentPartners and relevant agencies; Prepare anupdated and revised Procurement Plan on monthly basis; Prepare allsolicitation documents as may be required and directed by the IPS. Participate  inevaluation of all Expressions of Interest(EoIs) for preparation of shorts lists and pre-qualification of consultants,suppliers and service providers where necessary; Receiving andparticipating in bid/proposal opening sessions, evaluating goods bidsandconsultants' proposals and ensuring that the appropriate Guidelines arefollowed to arrive at the recommendations for award in favour of suppliers,service providers and consultants; Assist to set upa simple procurement management tracking system that would monitor theimplementation of procurement activities and manage the procurement trackingdatabase system; Prepare biddingdocuments and related advertisements; Assist in ReviewTerms of Reference and technical specifications prepared by Implementing Units; Receive bids andproposals and organize the bid opening and bid evaluation meetings; Prepare contractsfor signature by the Project Director and Consultants/suppliers/ServiceProviders; Establish andmaintain a central procurement filing system, and ensure all related documentsare included in the respective files, to ensure ease of retrieval ofinformation and the ease of following the paper trail of procurement byindependent external auditors or authorized agents of the World Bank; Establish aperformance monitoring database for all suppliers, service providers andconsultants, and ensure efficiency and timeliness in the delivery of outputsfrom the services providers; Establish acontract monitoring system and assist the IPS in contract monitoring andimplementation; Prepare periodicreports on the status of procurement for the project; Undertake anyother activities assigned to by IPS and Project Director. 7.0 PerformanceCriteria The following performancecriteria will be used to assess the performance of the PS at regular intervalsand based upon which the contract with the Project may be continued orterminated; Quality ofprocurement management relating to procurement planning for goods, non-consultingservices and services; Quality of requireddocumentation submitted to the IPS and for World Bank's prior and post review,in-depth Project reviews, independent procurement reviews and audits; Quality ofprocurement recording and filing; Quality andtimeliness of weekly, monthly and quarterly reports; Other criteria asmay from time to time be identified by Management. Reporting andtime schedules The PS will prepare Weekly,Monthly, Quarterly, Semi-Annual and Annual procurement reports as inputs intothe Project Management Reports and in addition prepare other reports as andwhen needed. 9.0 QualificationandExperience The Procurement Specialistwill have not less than 6 years in procurement management of public procurementon World Bank funded and administered Projects. Experience in procurementprocedures of the World Bank is a must. Experience in procurement procedures ofthe African Development may gain added advantage. First degree in,Procurement, Accounting and Finance, Business Administration, Law, SocialSciences, Engineering or other relevantdiscipline with minimum six years post graduate experience inprocurement and contract management of World Bank's procurement procedures At least aHigher National Diploma/Post-graduate Diploma in Procurement with wide knowledge on international public procurementfrom a recognised tertiary institution; Experiencewith the National Public Procurement procedures would be required; Must have good knowledge of procurement policies andprocedures of multi-lateral financial institutions (e.g. the World Bank) anddevelopment co-operation agencies; Other Qualities Or Requirements: Demonstrated ability ofhighlevel/strategic report writing is a must; Demonstrated ability totransfer skills and knowledge; High Proficiency inthe use Microsoft Word and Excel is a must; Very good timemanagement skills and ability to multi-task and work under time pressure; Demonstrated ability tocommunicate ideas and analyses clearly and tactfully, both orally andinwriting; Fluency in Englishincluding demonstrated report writing skills; Ability to work inan effectively in a team-oriented environment; Demonstrated capacity to rapidly gain familiarity; Duration: The duration of theassignment is one (1) year initially and subject to extension based onsatisfactory performance. DutyStation The duty station shall be Project Management Unit, Public FinancialManagement Improvement and Consolidation Project, Freetown, Sierra Leone. Theincumbent should be prepared to make occasional travels to the Provinces. Language The language isEnglish 10.0      Mode of Application All applications in writingshould be accompanied by up-to-date Curriculum Vitae and supporting documents(Note: do not send originals) with the names and addresses of three referees,one of which should be the last or current employer and addressed to: The Senior Deputy Financial Secretary(Fiscal) Ministry of Finance and Economic Development Treasury Building George Street Freetown, Sierra Leone Or By E-mailapplication as attachment(including all supporting documents) to: mofedpfmicp@gmail.com. Please indicate clearly onthe envelop (in the case of hard copy application) or in the email subjectheading and attachment (in the case of electronic applications) the post forwhich application is made. ClosingDate: The ClosingDate and time for receipt of applications is 11th October, 2016at 5:00 pm GMT. Note:  (1) The position is limited to Sierra Leonean citizens at home andabroad. (2) TheProcurement Specialistis expected to be onboard by 1st December, 2016. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.