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EOI – Sierra Leone - Consultancy Services - Freetown Water Supply and Sanitation Master Plan and Investment Studies

 | Published February 17, 2017
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EOI – Sierra Leone - Consultancy Services - Freetown Water Supply and Sanitation Master Plan and Investment Studies

PFM Improvement and Consolidation - P133424

Public Financial Management Improvement and Consolidation Project | Published May 15, 2016  -  Deadline May 30, 2016
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Request For Expressions Of Interest (reoi) For Consultancy Services To Develop And Produce Public Investment Policy For Capital Projects Including Costing And Development Of Appraisal Tools For An Efficient Public Investment Management In Sierra Leone REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (REOI) FORCONSULTANCY SERVICES TO DEVELOP AND PRODUCE PUBLIC INVESTMENT POLICY FOR CAPITALPROJECTS INCLUDING COSTING AND DEVELOPMENT OFAPPRAISAL TOOLS FOR AN EFFICIENT PUBLIC INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT IN SIERRA LEONE. (INDIVIDUALCONSULTANTSELECTION) Country: Republic of SierraLeone Name of Project: Public Financial ManagementImprovement and Consolidation Project(PFMICP) Credit/Grant Numbers: IDA Credit Number 5350-SL, TF Grant Number 17201-SL andAfDB-2100155027317 Assignment Title:  Consultancy Servicesto Develop and Produce Public Investment Policy for Capital Projects including Costing and Development of Appraisal Tools for an Efficient Public Investment Management in SierraLeone. Reference No.: MoFED/PFMICP/PMU/IC/001/2016 Date of Issuance: Thursday 12th May,2016 Source of Funds TheGovernment of Sierra Leone has received funding in the amount of Twenty Eight Million, Five Hundred Thousand United State Dollars($28,500,000) from  International DevelopmentAssociation IDA of the Word Bank, Multi-Donor Trust Funds (MDTF) -  European Union (EU), DFID and pool funding from the AfDB  towards the cost of Public Financial Management Improvement and ConsolidationProject and intend to apply part of the proceeds of the funding for eligible payment under the contract for Consultancy Services to Develop andProduce Public Investment Policy for Capital Projects including Costing and Development of Appraisal Tools for an Efficient Public Investment Management in Sierra Leone. Objective of the Assignment The overall objective of the assignment is to develop a public investment policy to enhance the Public Investment ManagementUnit (PIMU) in the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development to improve on the preparation and prioritization of the publicinvestment program, including appraisal tools for design and costing of capital projects. Objective(s) ofthe Exercise Specific objectives of the exercise may include thefollowing: Provide the mechanism and framework to coordinate all investmentdrives and platform for analytical and systematic derivation of investment priorities. Establish clear processes andprocedures in delivering Public Investments. Streamline roles andresponsibilities of Ministries Departments and Agencies (MDAs), including local governments and the wider stakeholders in thedelivery of public investment Strengthen the link betweenNational Development Policy Strategy (Agenda for Prosperity) and delivery of public investment through budgetimplementation. Define and strengthen adherence to the project cycle, whilesestablishing instruments and techniques public projects. 2.2 Justification for theassignment Publicinvestment in Sierra Leone is undoubtedly very key for development and growth. Based on this knowledge it is very much desirable todevelop public investment policy that will help to enhance growth and higher returns on public investment. Public investment policywill strengthen decision makers in public investment to make the right decisions on the desirable and the most effective allocationof public resources. Thepolicyshall re - enforce high level of transparency which the government has been promoting in the management of public investment,especially incapital spending. The policy shall incorporate robust analytical functions to generate readily available data onpublic investment for planning and decision-making process 3.0 Brief Description and Tasks to be performed by Consultant (Scope ofassignment) It will becritical to have close consultations between the public and privatesectors in the process of developing the policy framework for the public investment management unit.  This is particularly important in light of the fact that the concept of astandalone PIM outside of both the Ministry of Works and NPPA is new to Sierra Leone. The PIMUwill enhance a structured, regulardialogue mechanism between GoSL and private sector around the policy agenda. The mechanism for dialogue will be structured to buildinstitutional knowledge and process for consultation as an important function for the PIMU. Thekey deliverable or output is a PublicInvestment Policy that may include the following: Guidelines for the design and costingof domestic capitalprojects. Recommendations for support for MDAs onproject design and costing. Raise awareness andguidelines on private sector participation in public investment and capital projects. 4.0 Duration of the Assignment is Forty Five Man days The Public Financial Management Improvement and Consolidation Project (PFMICP) now invites eligible Individual Consultants to indicate their interest in providing the services. Interestedindividual consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required proven track-record in enhancing public investment management reforms including first-handexperience in public financial management / policy reform programmes in the Ministry of Finance or Planning.  Specifically, the Consultant musthave: Advance University degree in Economics, Public Finance, Law, Project Management, Public Policy and relatedfields. Minimum ten (10) years experience in public sectordevelopment, either as policy maker, advisor etc. Applied experience withdesigning and costing public investment projects. Internationalexperience, preferably in Africa, with public investment management reforms. Strongorganizational and interpersonal relationship skills. Excellent presentationskills. Exhibit outstanding skill in analysis Good organization and presentation skills Timeliness Delivery of stipulated outcomes as stated in the assignment Fluency inEnglish 5.0     Selection Criteria The shortlistingcriteria are: Individual Consultant's experience relevant tothe Assignment Competency/Qualification of the Individual Consultant relevant to the Assignment This REoI will lead to thepreparation of Short list of Consultants The attention ofinterested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank'sGuidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IDA Grants by World BankBorrowers, (January 2011). ("ConsultantGuidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. The Consultant will be selected in accordancewith   Individual Consultant (IC)method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. The consultant is expected to be on board by 16th June, 2016 Further information can be obtained at the address below during officehours0900 to 1700 hours Sierra Leonetime. Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to theaddress below in person or e-mail, at 5 pm on Monday 30th May, 2016. The ProjectDirector ThePublic Financial Management Improvement and Consolidation  Project Ministry of Finance and EconomicDevelopment 3rd Floor, Sierra Leone Commercial BankBuilding 35A Lightfoot BostonStreet Freetown, SierraLeone Attn: The Project Director Tel:+232-22 220 146; Cell: + 232 79 358 317 E-mails:pfmicpmu@mofed.gov.sl; and mofedpfmicp@gmail.com

PFM Improvement and Consolidation - P133424

PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT IMPROVEMENT AND CONSOLIDATION PROJECT, MINISTRY OF F | Published July 27, 2015  -  Deadline August 18, 2015
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Consulting Services For Technical Assistance To Support The Public Investment Management (pim) Unit In Its Set-up And Operations REQUESTFOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (REOI) CONSULTING SERVICES FOR TECHNICALASSISTANCE TO SUPPORTTHE PUBLIC INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT (PIM) UNIT INITS SET-UP AND OPERATIONS (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 AssignmentTitle : Consulting Services for Technical Assistance to Supportthe Public Investment Management (PIM) Unit inits Set-up and Operations ReferenceNo. MoFED/PFMICP/PMU/IC/015/2015 DateofIssuance: Tuesday 28th July, 2015 Source ofFunds The Government of Sierra Leone hasreceived funding in the amount of Twenty Eight Million, Five Hundred ThousandUnited State Dollars ($28,500,000) from International Development Association IDA of the Word Bank, Multi-DonorTrust Funds (MDTF) -  European Union(EU), DFID and pool funding from the AfDB towards the cost of Public Financial Management Improvement andConsolidation Project and intend to apply part of the proceeds of thefundingfor eligible payment under the contract forConsulting Services  for Technical Assistance to Support thePublic Investment Management (PIM) Unit in its Set-up and Operations. Objective ofthe Assignment The objectiveof this exercise therefore is to provide support to the Public Investment Managementin the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development to support the PIMU in itsset-up and operations including to improve on the design and costing of capitalprojects and develop  appraisal tools  toaid their screening, appraisal andsubsequent inclusion in the Public Investment Program (PIP) and Medium TermExpenditure Framework (MTEF); and to assist the unit in developing clear rolesand procedures including a strategic plan. This consultancywill include a training (workshop) component to MDA's and Local Councils tobroaden their perspective and improve on their knowledge on public investmentwith the aim of improving public financial management within all levels ofgovernance. 3.0 BriefDescription and Tasks to be Performed by Consultant Theconsultant(s)'s work will be focused on supporting the PIM Unit in MoFED todevelop clear roles and procedures including a strategic plan and developguidelines/framework for the design, costing and appraisal of domestic capitalprojects; and to the unit in.  Thisfollows-up on the earlier Logic Framing Workshop training conducted for PIMStaff and MDAs.  The specific activities areas follows: Developan Investment guideline to aid publicInvestment in Sierra Leone Support the Unit toestablish its roles andprocedures including a robust strategic plan. Designguidelines for the design and costing ofpublic investment projects (including templates) that can be used by MDAs inpreparing domestic capital projects and their estimates. Provide to the PIM Unit examples ofinternational good practice in public investment project design and costing. Support the PIM unit to collect information bothon the costs of inputs  in publicinvestment projects and market prices to prepare some average costingfiguresto be used when assessing the quality of MDAs project design and provide adviceon how to start building a database based on a typology of costs and/or inputs. Support thePIM unit and selected MDA's inactual preparation and costing of some projects Provideappraisal tools to facilitate projectspre and post appraisal of domestic capital projects. Deepen onthe scope of projects database Duration ofthe Assignment is Two Calendar Month ThePublic Financial Management Improvement and Consolidation Project(PFMICP) now invites eligible Individual Consultants to indicate their interestin providing the services. Interested individual consultants should provideinformation demonstrating that they have the required qualifications andrelevant experience to perform the services. The individual consultant mustmeet the following qualifications and related experience requirements: A proven track-record in enhancing publicinvestment management reforms including first-hand experience leadingreformprogrammes in a Ministry of Finance or Planning. Specifically, therequirements for the Consultant(s) are that he/she must have: Applied experience with designing and costingpublic investment projects. International experience, preferably in Africa,with public investment management 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 1st September, 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 18th August,2015. The Local Procurement Specialist II 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 May 19, 2016  -  Deadline June 13, 2016
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Consultancy Services To Develop And Produce Public Investment Operation Manual For Capital Projects Including Costing And Development Of Appraisal Tools For An Efficient Public Investment Management In Sierra Leone REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (REOI) FOR CONSULTING SERVICES TO DEVELOP AND PRODUCE PUBLIC INVESTMENTOPERATION MANUAL FOR CAPITAL PROJECTS INCLUDING COSTING AND DEVELOPMENT OFAPPRAISAL TOOLS FOR AN EFFICIENT PUBLIC INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT IN SIERRA LEONE (FIRM 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 AssignmentTitle:  Consultancy Services to Develop and Produce Public Investment OperationManual for Capital Projects including costingand Development of AppraisalTools for an Efficient Public Investment Management in Sierra Leone ReferenceNo. MoFED/PFMICP/PMU/CQS/001/5/2016 DateofIssuance: Monday 23rd May, 2016 Source ofFunds The Government of Sierra Leone has received fundingin the amount of Twenty Eight Million, Five Hundred Thousand United StateDollars ($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 the contractfor consulting services to develop andproduce public Investment Operation Manual for Capital Projects including costingand development of appraisal tools for an efficient Public InvestmentManagement in Sierra Leone. Objective ofthe Assignment Specificobjectives of developing the PIM-OM can be stated as follows: To serve as acommon point of reference for the coordination of all public investments, usingtransparent procedures under existing laws and regulations; To elaborate onthe laid-out regulations and procedures for inclusion of public investmentprojects/programmes in the development budget at central or local governmentlevels (e.g. in relation to Budget Guidelines, budget cycle timing, consistenceetc.) To enhance thecapacity of government officials most especially the PIMU in the knowledge andpractical application of proper technical methods (tools) of economicandfinancial analyses for public investments; To provide guidance on the links between publicinvestment and the Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs). Theconsultancy team is expected to develop a plan for operationalizing the publicinvestment management operational manual 3.0 Brief Description andTasks to be Performed by Consultancy firm More specifically theconsultancyfirm shall provide the following principal services: Introduction (definitions) Possible items to becovered include: Definition ofpublic investment project and programme Classification of public investment programmes (bysizeor amount of money going into the project/programme? Or any othercriterion if specified (say by law) Organizationsinvolved in public investment managementand their roles (as provided for by law): Specific MDAs and Local Councilsinvolved public investment management. Nationaldevelopment plans/strategies and publicinvestment projects/programmes) as components; to underscore the relevance orpriority-status given by policy; Project cycle: (planning, implementation, completion,operation and management Processing of a project for selection: collection ofinformation, rationale for project intervention, assessment of possibleoptions (using agreed criteria), followed by appraisal, and final decision made(project selected). Project Planning and Management andEvaluation Projectplanning ? project conceived and identified,(specifically identifying the market failure being addressed by theintervention), pre-feasibility study or feasibility studies (FS) madeinproject areas, inputs, outputs; data collected?economic/financial/social andenvironmental; consistence with national/Local Government plans, implementationconstraints identified etc.). Development of log frame with results and milestones Assessment of risk associated with project and possiblemitigating measures Implementation, periodic (quarterly) progressreports Project completion and completion check (actual againstplan) Operation & Maintenance (O&M) arrangements Analyses of arrangements for sustainability (financial,economic, environmental considerations). Project Monitoring and Evaluation Monitoring and Evaluation: periodic technicalevaluation and reports - as required (quarterly, semi-,annual) by regulations(government,  donor partnersLesson-learning and feeding this into the design of new projects. Technical Approaches to Public InvestmentAnalysis Steps involved in Cost-Benefit Analysis (principles,identifying and valuing costs and benefits, Pay Back Period, Net Present Value(NPV), benefit/cost ratio, Internal Rate of Return (IRR),Accounting Rate ofReturn (ARR), analysis of risk; financial appraisals; and measures likecost-effectiveness, value for money assessment and multi-criteria analysis. Thissection is probably the most technical section/chapter. It requires knowledgeof quantitative methods and the intuition behind the methods of projectappraisal. Simple presentations need to be made to ensure that users can easilyunderstand and apply the minimum essentials. Project financing How to handle different kinds of projectfinancing(debt financing, foreign/donor financing, how to handle PPP projects)? referto existing laws and regulations in Sierra Leone. Reporting formats How to capture key information for pipe line,on-going and completed projects; information also to be available foranalysesof impacts and M&E and public investment project data base. VII Procedures for linking the project withthe National Budget (development budget and budget cycle and relatedprocedures) VIII. Public Investment Project database - explain the importance of developing and usingthe project database (formats devised, any computer-aidedmodes/software; actual development andmanagement of project database to be taken out as a special activity) Duration ofthe Assignment is Three Month The Public Financial Management Improvement andConsolidation Project(PFMICP) now invites eligible Consultancy Firm to indicate their interest inproviding the services. Interested consultancy Firms should provide informationdemonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevantexperience to perform the services. The proposed firm should havethefollowing qualifications: Provencompetence in project management A minimum of 8years experience in managingPublic Investment Projects or Programmes A minimum of 5 years experience of economicappraisal/Public Investment Appraisal Local knowledge ofthe Government of SierraLeone Public Investment Operations and processes in. 4.0         The key staffs and their respectivequalifications would be as follows: The Team Leader shall have aPhD in Economics orFinance or related discipline. The Deputy Team Leader shall have a minimumMA/MSc in Economics/Finance or related discipline with bias in publicfinancemanagement or project management.  Experience in the related assignments will be an added advantage. The Research Assistant should behighlyqualified with at least a first degree and experienced in DevelopmentEconomics,mainly in development project appraisal and project financing. The successful bidder will work with PublicInvestment Management Unit in the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development. 5.0     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 ofConsultants under IDA Grants by World Bank Borrowers , (January 2011).("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy onconflict of interest. The Consultancy Firm will be selected inaccordance with  he selection based on consultants Qualifications (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 e-mail, at 5pm on Monday 13th June, 2016. 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 Director Tel: +232-22220 146; Cell: + 232 79 358 317 E-mails:   pfmicpmu@mofed.gov.slandmofedpfmicp@gmail.com

SL-Agribusiness Development Support Proj - P153437

West Africa Agricultural Productivity Program (WAAPP-1C SL) | Published January 13, 2016  -  Deadline February 8, 2016
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Consulting Services For Fund Management Team For The Sierra Leone Agribusiness Development Fund GOVERNMENT OF SIERRA LEONE Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and FoodSecurity Request for Expression of Interest (REIO) Consulting Services for the Recruitmentof a FundManagement Team for the Sierra Leone Agribusiness Development Fund (SLADF) (FirmSelection) Country: Republic ofSierra Leone Name of Project:Smallholder Commercialization and AgribusinessDevelopment Project (SCADeP) Grant Number: P153437 AssignmentTitle: Consulting Services for Fund Management Team for the Sierra Leone AgribusinessDevelopment Fund Reference No.MAFFS/ SCADeP/PCU/CQS/01/2016 Date of Issuance:    January8th, 2016 1.0 Source of Funds The Government of Sierra Leone, through the Ministry ofAgriculture, Forestry and Food Security (MAFFS) and the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) are preparing the SmallholderCommercialization and Agribusiness Development Project (SCADeP) with an estimated US$40 million financing from the InternationalDevelopment Association (IDA) of the World BankGroup. The Government intends to use part of the project financing toestablish acatalytic fund called the Sierra Leone Agribusiness Development Fund (SLADF) whose aim is to promote smallholder commercializationby fostering productive business linkages between smallholder farmers and selected agribusiness firms and other agriculturalcommodity buyers in Sierra Leone.The SLADF is a unique public private partnershipto stimulate responsible and sustainableagribusiness development which is inclusive of smallholder farmers and SMEs, in line with the new sector development strategy ? theInclusive, Comprehensive Agricultural Development Strategy (ICADEP). The Government of Sierra Leone, through MAFFS and MTI, now invites eligible firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing theServices. 2.0 Brief Description of the Assignment The SLADF has been created to address financing andtechnical assistance challenges faced by agribusinesses that have plans to work with smallholder farmers in out-grower schemes andSMEs. The Fund will promote agribusiness and smallholder farmer linkages along all value chains based on the following criteria (a)demonstration of impact on farmers' income, (b) competitiveness, (c) job creation, and (d) bankability. The SLADF will combine bothhigh developmental impacts with commercial viability in order to leverage investment in the agribusiness value chains in SierraLeone. The Government would like to employ the services of aFund Manager to manage the implementation of the SLADF in an efficient, effective and transparent manner, in line with thedevelopment objectives of the SCADeP. Candidates are invited to apply as single firms or as a consortium of firms to perform theroles required to manage the SLADF. 3.0 Brief Description and Taskto be performed by the Fund Management Team The Fund Manager (or Fund Management Team) is therefore expected to: (i)                 Identify, structure, and disburse investment funds and technicalassistance to eligible and qualified agribusinesses with relevant and viable projects which satisfy fund investment criteria forthe Project; (ii)               Work collaboratively with diverse groups operating with the selectedvalue-chains including but not limited to, agribusiness community, farmer organizations, SMEs, and the public sector to identifyand fund investments along the selected agribusiness value chains; (iii)            Provide technical assistance for investeesas they design and develop out-grower schemes as well as othertechnical assistance relevant for the investees to better meet theneeds of the out-growers and SMEs; (iv)            Raise additional capital for theSLADF; (v)               Monitor and assess implementation of each investee's project toensure efficient utilization of the funds disbursed, including services provided to smallholder farmers, SMEs and the achievementof the expected targets (outputs and impacts); (vi)            Evaluate environmental risk and impact onsupported projects, and carry out annual environmental impact audits on selected agribusinesses, and ensure investees comply withrelevant national and international environmental regulations as well as best practices established by the Government of theRepublic of Sierra Leone's Environmental and Social Management Framework; (vii)          Present a plan to ensure that, beforedisbursing investments fund, investees comply with relevant laws and regulations surrounding landholding, with legitimate leasingand/or ownerships rights and no actual or potential conflict with communities as well as clear demonstration of responsibleinvestments. This due diligence canbe performed internally by the Fund Management team or out-sourced torelevantinstitutions; (viii)         Manage its budget and maintain the requisite staff and presence inSierra Leone. 4.0 Qualification and Experience ofthe Fund Management Team Interested Firms should provideinformation demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. The prospective firm(s) must providerelevant details of demonstrableexperience in managing similar Fund arrangements with considerable knowledge of agribusiness and smallholder farmers' linkages aswell as SMEs in agricultural value chains Africa. Potential Fund Managers or Fund Management Firms should prepare and submit theirexpressions of interest, including the following information: (i)                BasicInformation Name of firm(s) and legalstatusDescription of key experts asstated below and any other expert that the firm intends to use for the assignmentFirm's strategy andmissionContact details for primarycontact point (ii)               Description of Relevant Experience Details of experience indeveloping or advising agribusiness projects in sub-Saharan Africa or similar (includingexperience with small-holder out-growerschemes and SMEs in agricultural value chains)Track record of sub-SaharanAfrican or comparable investment experience, including any experience working with equity,quasi-equity, debt, or self-liquidatinginstruments (including case studies, and profile/brochure of funds under management), as well as experience with impactinvestments;Details of matching grantsexperience or other relevant experience;Experience working with diverseinstitutions in emerging markets, including government officials, farmers' cooperatives, SMEs as well as any experience withpublic-private partnerships;Understanding of the needs andchallenges of agribusiness companies, smallholder farmers, SMEs and other agribusiness value-chain actors in Sierra Leone orsimilar contexts, including experience establishing out-grower schemes that incorporate small holderfarmers;Details of experience withenvironmental management and environmental impact assessment;Details of experience managinginvestment funds,including structuring new funds, strong internal governance, and a track record of fiduciary responsibility andaccountability, and abilityto attract additional funds. (iii)             Team Demonstration of the internalcapacities applicable to the Fund Manager's role. Such capacities shall include Agricultural Economist/Agribusiness Specialist, Financial Management Specialist, Investment/FinanceAnalystDescription of access torelevant third party technical, commercial, financial, and legal expertise Summary of approximatedecision-making / management structureat least 10 years fundmanagement experience, including management of a similar agriculture/agribusiness or SME fund (iv)             Other Information Any other experience orcapacity applicable to the Fund Management role 5.0 Duration of Assignment The duration of the assignment is five (5) years subject to annual renewals, based onsatisfactory performance. 6.0 SelectionCriteria The shortlisting criteria are: (i)                 Firms Experience relevantto the Assignment (ii)               Competency/Qualification ofthe Team relevant to the Assignment ThisREOI will lead to the preparation of Short list of Consultants Expressions of Interest may take any format to represent the firms'qualifications and experience. Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form tothe address below in person or e-mail, by February 8th, 2016 on orbefore12:00 noon (Sierra Leone Time). West Africa Agricultural Productivity Program (WAAPP-1C SL) Attn: Project Coordinator RPSDP/WAAPP Address: Third floor, 24 Siaka Stevens, Freetown, Sierra Leone Tel: +232 78324210 E-mail: esscubesl@yahoo.co.uk

Individual Consultant(National):SLE/IC/2017/010

UNDP,Sierra Leone - SIERRA LEONE | Published June 7, 2017  -  Deadline June 18, 2017
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The Justice and Security Sectors continue to undergo reforms as part of the government of Sierra Leone’s post war reconstruction agenda to improve service delivery, foster peace building and democratic development. Since 2002, government’s strategic priorities have emphasised on justice and security reforms in Pillar 7 of the Agenda for Prosperity. The Security Sector for example implemented reform strategies (Security Sector Reform) with support from the DFID’s International Military Advisory Training Team (IMATT) and subsequently the International Security Advisory Team (ISAT).[1] These reforms supported the establishment of institutional structures to improve governance and increase transparency and accountability in the sector. The Justice Sector on the other hand, is in an advanced stage of implementing its third-generation reform strategy (Justice Sector Reform Strategy and Investment Plan (JSRSIP) III, 2015-2018). These strategies have addressed among other issues, access to and expedition of justice, improving rights and accountability as well as improving the environment for commercial law and justice in the country. Together, both justice and security sectors have recorded significant and tangible gains resulting in some amount of improved access to quality service delivery over the years. With the development of its new Rule of Law Project (2017-2019), UNDP is keen to establish public perceptions in the justice and security sectors to ensure that approaches to addressing challenges identified in these sectors respond to existing needs. That is why the JSCO together with UNDP ROL Project are seeking to recruit an individual national consultant to conduct a nationwide public perception survey on the delivery of justice and security services to ensure sector planning and implementation is informed by the needs expressed by the justice and security sector end users. More importantly the baseline perception survey will inform and shape policymaking and help to improve on mechanisms to increase transparency and accountability within institutions in the sector.

Sierra Leone G2P Financial Lives Survey UPDATED WITH CLARIFICATIONS

UNCDF - SIERRA LEONE | Published July 11, 2017  -  Deadline July 28, 2017
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UNCDF seeks a qualified consultancy firm to conduct a Government to People (G2P) Financial Lives Survey in Sierra Leone: The objective of the assignment is to collect data on the financial lives of the Government employees and their neighbouring communities in rural areas where they are based. The survey will focus on information related to agriculture, income and expenses for rural people, savings, and investment in the family business, household construction, loans, money transfers, infrastructure and ICT access. Specifically, this assignment will collect information about the financial products people hold and their experience of dealing with financial products and firms.The outcomes of the assignment will be a detailed analysis of the financial lives of Government employees in rural areas and their neighbouring communities. Deeper investigation into the financial lives/habits of the Government salary recipients will help UNCDF and Government of Sierra Leone to validate assumptions about their current hardships and also design solutions that will:Directly improve the financial lives of Government employees: improved access, greater convenience.Improved efficiency and cost savings from digitization of government salary paymentsGreater cash in the financial sector (not withdrawing in full)Broadening financial inclusion by benefiting surrounding communities/markets through expanding DFSApplication and calendar:Publication Tuesday 11 July.Interested applicants, may submit their questions or request of clarifications by Friday 21 July , 18h00 East Africa time. Questions must be asked via email, to the address: mm4p@uncdf.org , please use the reference : 39113 Sierra Leone G2P Financial Lives Survey.Proposals may be submitted by Friday 28 July 18h00 East Africa time. Proposals must be sent via email to the address:mm4p@uncdf.org Please use the reference when submitting your proposal: 39113 Sierra Leone G2P Financial Lives Survey.

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

 | Published October 7, 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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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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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

Sierra Leone FinTech Challenge - Video Coverage

UNCDF-MM4P Sierra Leone - SIERRA LEONE | Published March 15, 2018  -  Deadline April 3, 2018
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UN Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) is the UN’s capital investment agency for the world’s 47 least developed countries (LDCs). With its capital mandate and instruments, UNCDF offers “last mile” finance models that unlock public and private resources, especially at the domestic level, to reduce poverty and support local economic development. This last mile is where available resources for development are scarcest; where market failures are most pronounced; and where benefits from national growth tend to leave people excluded. The MM4P programme launched in 2012 because UNCDF saw that the gains in digital financial services (DFS) were not reaching LDCs. MM4P was created to demonstrate how the correct mix of financial, technical and policy support can build a robust DFS ecosystem that reaches low-income people in LDCs. In doing so, it has helped accelerate growth in several countries, identified some of the levers to help markets develop and supported efforts to reach the last mile.MM4P is running a FinTech Challenge in Sierra Leone, in partnership with Bank of Sierra Leone and FSD Africa. In Round 1, 20 applications were received and design grants were awarded to three finalists. The three finalists will present their findings and a minimum viable product at the finale event during a live pitch tentatively scheduled for May 15, 2018. MM4P seeks to present the 3 finalist teams and document how they are getting ready for the finale, in which one of them will be awarded US$100,000.UNCDF seeks a company to provide the aforementioned services.The contractor will collaborate with UNCDF staff to brainstorm content and adapt messaging to be delivered through determined delivery channels. Specifically, the recipient will coordinate with the Technical Specialist in Sierra Leone during the shooting, and the Brussels Knowledge Management Team in the editing process for feedback.DeliverablesProducing 3 videos, one per FinTech, of 3 minutes each to showcase the journey of the finalists towards the finaleProducing 1 summarizing video of less than 3 minutesVideo and sound editing. Music free of copyright to be provided.High definition final versions to be delivered either in URL format, a downloadable format or in a hard disk.Footage will include:interviews of the fintechs’ teamsinterviews of Sierra Leone people to illustrate the problem to be solvedeveryday life in Sierra LeoneLocation: Freetown Sierra LeoneTimeline: On-site support to be provided during April 1 – May 9, 2018. The deadline for the final and approved edited work is May 10, 2018. (40 working days)ApplicationPlease refer to the annexes for the application process in the RFP.​Applications and any consultation about this RFP should be submitted via email​ to mm4p@uncdf.org, using the following email subject: RFP: Sierra Leone FinTech Challenge - Video Coverage.Please note that the response email cannot exceed 10MB. Your Technical and Financial Proposal will be submitted in English by email by 3rd of April 2018.

Information Notice – Sierra Leone - Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Project - Contract Awards - 08 2015

 | Published August 21, 2015
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1 PUBLICATION OF AWARD OF CONTRACT FOR CONSULTANTS INFORMATION NOTICE Publication Date: 19th August 2015 Country: Sierra Leone Executing Agency: Sierra Leone Water Company (SALWACO) Name of Project: Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Project RWSSI –TF Grant Number: 5800155001151 Name of the Request for Proposal (RFP): Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Program Development Method of Selection: Quality Cost Based Selection (QCBS) Date of Publication of Expression of Interest: 16th January 2014 Date of Publication of the RFP: 6th May 2014 Date of Opening of technical proposals: 3rd June 2014 Date of approval by the Bank of the Proposed negotiated contract: 16th April 2015 Name of Consultant Awarded: PEM Consult in Association with Colan Consult And CESPA Consult Nationality: Denmark Address: Wilders Plads 9A, DK-1403, Copenhagen K (233-21) - 715793 pemconsult@pem.dk Start date of the Contract: 24th August 2015 Duration of Contract: Twenty Four (24) Months Summary scope of the Contract: Carry out an assessment of the current RWSS Programs/projects and identify the players, together With their current and planned levels of investment, as well as strengths and weaknesses of the ongoing Programs (SEE TOR FOR DETAILED SCOPE OF CONTRACT) 2 Total number of firms: 6 (Six) Firms shortlisted for Expression of Interest For each Bidder: Name: PEM Consult in Association with Colan Consult And CESPA Consult Nationality: Denmark Address: Wilders Plads 9A, DK-1403, Copenhagen K (233-21) - 715793 pemconsult@pem.dk Technical Score: 92.53 Evaluated Price: SLL 2,788,023,658.5 Ranking: 1st For each Bidder: Name: HYDROCONSEIL Consulting Engineers Nationality: France Address: 198, Chemin d’ Avignon, 84 470, Chateauneuf de Gadagne Tel: +33 490 22 57 80 hydroconseil@hydroconseil.com France Technical Score: 75.52 Evaluated Price: Not Eligible (Did not exceed the 80% pass mark) Ranking: Not Eligible (Did not exceed the 80% pass mark) For each Bidder: Name: NIRAS A/S In Association with CEMMATS Group Ltd Nationality: Denmark Address: Oerestads Boulvard 35 DK 2300 Copenhagen Tel: + 45 4810 4200 ccl@niras.dk Denmark 3 Technical Score: NOT APPLICABLE (Withdrew from participating) Evaluated Price: NOT APPLICABLE Ranking: NOT APPLICABLE For each Bidder: Name: COWATER International INC Nationality: Canada Address: 411 Roosevelt Avenue, Suite 400 Ottawa, Ontario Tel: + 613.722.6434 nlooker@cowater.com Canada Technical Score: NOT APPLICABLE (Withdrew from participating) Evaluated Price: NOT APPLICABLE Ranking: NOT APPLICABLE For each Bidder: Name: SOFRECO Nationality: France Address: 92-98 boulevard Victor Hugo, 92115 Clichy Cedex Tel: + 33 (0)141279595 welcome@sofreco.com France Technical Score: NOT APPLICABLE (Withdrew from participating) Evaluated Price: NOT APPLICABLE Ranking: NOT APPLICABLE For each Bidder: Name: International Consultants and Technocrats Pvt Ltd Joint Venture with DRA Consultants Pvt Ltd and in Association with Realini Bader Associates Ltd Nationality: India 4 Address: A-8 Green Park, New Delhi 110016 Tel: + 91 11 4086 3000 Eoi@ictonline.com India Technical Score: NOT APPLICABLE (Withdrew from participating) Evaluated Price: NOT APPLICABLE Ranking: NOT APPLICABLE N.B.: Any firm who wishes to ascertain the grounds, on which its proposal was not selected, should request an explanation from the Executing Agency. In any event, the Bank reserves the right to review any complaint of a bidder at any time following the award.

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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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 Explore what we do Sectors Agriculture & Agro-industries Climate Change Economic & Financial Governance Education Energy & Power Environment Gender Health Human Capital Development Information & Communication Technology Infrastructure Private Sector Transport Water Supply & Sanitation Topics Civil Society Employment Financial Crisis Food Production Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Partnerships Poverty Reduction Quality Assurance & Results Regional Integration Sanctions System Structural Transformation Youth Ebola Independent Development Evaluation (IDEV) Select a country Explore our activities Please select a country North Africa - Algeria - Egypt - Libya - Mauritania - Morocco - Tunisia West Africa - Benin - Burkina Faso - Cape Verde - Côte d’Ivoire - Gambia - Ghana - Guinea - Guinea-Bissau - Liberia - Mali - Niger - Nigeria - Senegal - Sierra Leone - Togo East Africa - Burundi - Comoros - Djibouti - Eritrea - Ethiopia - Kenya - Rwanda - Seychelles - Somalia - South Sudan - Sudan - Tanzania - Uganda Central Africa - Cameroon - Central African Republic - Chad - Congo - Democratic Republic of Congo - Equatorial Guinea - Gabon - Madagascar Southern Africa - Angola - Botswana - Lesotho - Malawi - Mauritius - Mozambique - Namibia - São Tomé & Príncipe - South Africa - Swaziland - Zambia - Zimbabwe 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 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 Consolidation Project | Published July 13, 2015  -  Deadline August 5, 2015
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Terms Of Reference For The Recruitment Of Two Interns To The Public Accounts Committee Secretariat TERMS OFREFERENCE FOR THE RECRUITMENT OF TWO INTERNS TO THE PUBLIC ACCOUNTS COMMITTEESECRETARIAT 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 ReferenceNo. MoFED/PFMICP/PMU/IC/014/2015 DateofIssuance: Wednesday 15th July, 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 for theRecruitment of two Interns to the Public Accounts Committee. 2.0    Project DevelopmentObjective The Project Development Objective (PDO) is: "To improve budget planning and credibility,financial control, accountability, and oversight in government finances inSierra Leone". 3.0    ProjectComponents The Project will comprise the following components: Component 1: Enhancing Budget planning andcredibility The objectives of this component are to: strengthenthe macro fiscal forecasting and Public Investment functions of government toimprove overall budget planning; strengthen systems and procedures for budgetformulation; and build capacity for managing contingent liabilities. Component 2:Financial Control,Accountability and Oversight The objective ofthis component is tostrengthenfinancial control in government, improve accountability systems and practices,and enhance independent and public oversight in the management and use ofpublic finances in Sierra Leone. Component 3: Supporting the Strengtheningof Revenue Mobilization and Administration Systems Theobjectives of this component are to: strengthen revenue policy and oversight ofrevenue collection; improve the efficiency and integrity of revenueadministration; to increase domestic revenue, and to integrate revenue systemswith overall PFM system. Component 4: Strengthening LocalGovernance, Financial Management and Accountability Systems The objective ofthis component is to improve thecapacity of the financial management systems in local councils and strengthenthe accountability and oversight institutions to enhance service deliveryefficiency and effectiveness. Component 5: PFM Reform Coordination andProject Management The objective of this component is to provide a continuing institutional andcoordination basis for overseeing the implementation of the PFM Reform Strategyas a whole as well as manage the implementation of the proposed project. Objective ofthe Assignment The main Objective of theassignment is to enhance the staffing capacity of the Public AccountsSecretariat. 3.0     Brief Description and Tasks tobe Performed byConsultant organizing and calling thefirst organization meeting of the committee to elect the chair and the twovice-chairs of the committee; maintainingthe record of motions and votes and organizing the taking of minutes; serving asthe sole point of contact for distributing information to the committee.S/he drafts and distributes agendas, background notes, research papers andcorrespondence to the Committee; organizingthe appearance of witnesses and providing them with a pre-appearancebriefing, the agenda and information on an upcoming committee hearing. Theclerk is responsible for receiving an order of reference from Parliamentand, in conjunction with the chair, ensuring the committee adheres andcomplies fully with the instructions; loggingall documents, materials and correspondence to and from the appropriateministry or ministries, preparing responses as appropriate and handlingenquiries from the public and the media; providingthe committee with draft bills, explanatory memoranda and other materialsrelated to the legislative process as well as maintaining records ofevidence and committee decisions; preparingand monitoring the committee's budget, managing its finances andensuringthat expenditure claims and other accounts payable are promptly addressed;and Performingother duties consistent with the rules as directed by the chair on behalfof the committee. 4.0  ExpectedDeliverables/Output Periodic reports prepare bythe Interns. 5.0   ExpectedOutcome The effectiveness of the Interns in terms of service delivery. 6.0  Approach/Methodology/ImplementingStrategy Constantlyliaise with the PAC Clerk and good working relationship with other staff in the secretariat). 7.0  Qualifications, Experience andCompetencies Bachelor Degree (Hons.) in Social Sciences;Accounting and Finance, LLB and Economics ( First Class or better)  with at least 2years relevant postcertification experience Excellentinterpersonal and communication skills Ability to manage competing priorities and workto tight timelines Professional,impartial, non-partisan and fairjudgment to issues Experience in basiccomputing software;Microsoft-word, excel and PowerPoint. 8.0  PerformanceCriteria Periodic performance assessment by theChairman/Members of the PAC 9.0  Reporting, Coordination, Communication andTime Schedules for Reports ( Periodicmonitoring and Evaluation by the PAC Members 10.0 Period/Durationof the Assignment/Activity Schedule Two years-  From October,2015-September, 2017 11.0   Location House of Parliament, Sierra Leone 12.0   Language ofAssignment This will be English Language 13.0   Facilities and Services to be Providedbythe Client Office Space in the House ofParliament 14.0   GeneralInformation The post isadvertised on an equal opportunity basis and qualified women and men areencouraged to apply. Competitiveand attractive salaries will be offered to the successful candidate Employmentwill be on a full time basis. Theperformance criteria that will be used to assess the performance of thesuccessful candidate at regular intervals and based upon which the contract maybe continued or terminated are the effectiveness, efficiency and quality ofdelivering on the scope of services, duties and responsibilities. 15.0  Modeof Application All applicationsin writing should be accompanied by up-to-date curriculum Vitae and supportingdocuments (Note: Please do not send originals) with the names and addresses ofthree referees including your last or current employer and address ifany to: The Project Manager Public Financial ManagementImprovement and Consolidation Project Third Floor, Sierra Leone CommercialBank Building 35A Lightfoot Boston Street Freetown, Sierra Leone or By email application asattachment (including allsupporting documents) to: pfmicpmu@mofed.gov.sl and mofedpfmicp@gmail.com ClosingDate: The closing date and time for receipt ofapplications is Wednesday 5th August, 2015 at 5pm GMT Only short listed candidates will be contacted

PFM Improvement and Consolidation - P133424

Public Financial Management Improvement and Consolidation Project/Ministry of Fi | Published August 12, 2016  -  Deadline September 2, 2016
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Recruitment Of Integrated Financial Management Information System (ifmis) Project Manager REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (REOI) FOR RECRUITMENTOF INTEGRATED FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (IFMIS) PROJECTMANAGER (INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANTSELECTION) Country: Republic of Sierra Leone Name of Project: Public FinancialManagement Improvement and Consolidation Project (PFMICP) Credit/Grant Numbers: IDA Credit Number5350-SL, TF Grant Number 17201-SL and AfDB-2100155027317 Assignment Title:  Recruitmentof Integrated Financial Management Information System (IFMIS) ProjectManager Reference No. MoFED/PFMICP/PMU/IC/02/5/2016 Date of Issuance: 12th August, 2016 Source ofFunds TheGovernment of Sierra Leone has received funding in the amount of Twenty Eight Million,Five Hundred Thousand 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 ofPublic FinancialManagement Improvement and Consolidation Project and intend to apply part ofthe proceeds of the funding for eligible payment under the contract for the Recruitment ofIntegrated FinancialManagement Information System (IFMIS) Project Manager 2.0         Project Development Objective The Project DevelopmentObjective (PDO)is:"To improve budget planning andcredibility, financial control, accountability, and oversight in governmentfinances in Sierra Leone". 3.0         Project Components The Project will comprise the followingcomponents: Component 1: EnhancingBudget planning and credibility The objectives of this component are to: strengthen the macro fiscalforecasting and Public Investment functions of government to improve overallbudget planning; strengthen systems and procedures for budget formulation; andbuild capacity for managing contingent liabilities. Component 2: FinancialControl, Accountability and Oversight The objective of this component is to strengthen financial control ingovernment, improve accountability systems and practices, and enhanceindependent and public oversight in the management and use of public financesin Sierra Leone. Component 3: Supportingthe Strengthening of Revenue Mobilization and Administration Systems Theobjectives of this component are to:strengthen revenue policy and oversight of revenue collection; improve theefficiency and integrity of revenue administration; to increase domesticrevenue, and to integrate revenue systems with overall PFM system. Component 4: StrengtheningLocal Governance, Financial Management and Accountability Systems The objective of this component is to improve thecapacity of thefinancial management systems in local councils and strengthen the accountabilityand oversight institutions to enhance service delivery efficiency andeffectiveness. Component5: PFM ReformCoordination and Project Management The objective of this component is to provide acontinuing institutional and coordination basis foroverseeing the implementation of the PFM Reform Strategy as a whole as well asmanage the implementation of the proposed project. 4.0  OBJECTIVEOF ASSIGNMENT The objective of the assignment is towork with all stakeholders to provide effective and efficient projectmanagement, coordination and support on the orderly implementation ofIFMIS inthe Government of Sierra Leone. 5.0      RESPONSIBILITIES/SCOPEOF WORK Underthe supervision and guidance of the Project Director, PFMIC Project, the IFMISPM, will be responsible to: Review the implementation of IFMIS within aholistic PFM reform conceptual framework in agreement with key stakeholdersbased on the specification of user requirements and agreed implementation plan. Make recommendations based on thereviewand the gaps identified in order to ensure that the implementation partners(including consultants) revisit the issues and make adequate corrections oramendments to the implementation process. Develop an IFMIS based ICT strategy withother key stakeholders based on existing or proposed ICT facilities and relatedissues. Provide effective leadership in project management andcoordinationof IFMIS related projects and activities. S/he will be responsible for managingentire project lifecycles for the implementation of IFMIS related projects andactivities using solid project management principles and methodology.   S/he willbe required to draw upon theirbusiness matter knowledge and experience of implementing IFMIS products andsolutions from project design on to completion. S/he is expected to employ a collaborativecross cutting approach in coordinating IFMIS related activities and projects.Ensuring stakeholder and project goals will be achieved through effectiveengagement and communication with government officials, our developmentpartners, subcontractors and suppliers. S/he will provide effective leadership andoversight to our sub project teams and stakeholders comprised of business andtechnology subject matter experts, to deliver quality and timely solutions andachieve project goals on time and within cost. Specifically, the IFMIS PM will undertakethe following activities: Responsible forthe management of IFMIS projects by applyingeffective project management leadership skills to direct all phases of projectsfrom inception phase through to project(s) completion. Manage dayto dayoperational aspects of the IFMIS related projectsand project resources; including meeting project schedules, defining anddirecting approved resource plans, track actuals vs budget, forecast cost tocompletion and support the processes for successful project completion. S/he will be required to ensure that domain expertise isprovided anddirect all phases of IFMIS software implementation projects from planning,requirements gathering and gap analysis, configuration of software and datamigration, user acceptance testing, training and capacity building, go live inproduction and post-implementation support. S/he will berequired to utilize an innate understanding ofGovernment structures, financial budget and controls, expenditure, reportingrequirements and overall objectives related to financial management reformproject Ensure thatprojects are executed in compliance with ProjectManagement and Implementation Methodology approved by MoFED and its developmentpartners and is fully aligned with the approved PFM Reform Strategy, PFMICProject Appraisal Document, Project Implementation Manual, Financing and GrantAgreements and general provisions of the PFMIC Project. Through the effective liaison and collaboration with componentmanagers, monitor project activities, manage change control and risk mitigationprocesses, and report regularly to the IFMIS Steering Committee on IFMISproject processes and progress, disbursements and financial status. Supervise the design and implementation of monitoring andevaluationprocedures for the delivery of the outputs and achievements of outcomes onIFMIS related projects in line with the overall monitoring and evaluationframework of the PFMIC Project. The IFMIS Project Manager will be the principal point of contactwith stakeholders for the resolution of project issues relating to IFMIS.   S/hewill also be responsible for escalatingproject issues to the relevant component leads and the Project Director, wherenecessary. Workclosely with the IFMIS Project Implementation Coordination Teamand the implementation Working Groups to ensure the achievement of theobjectives of the aforementioned Teams and Groups. Carry out other functionsthat may be necessary for the effectiveimplementation and management of IFMIS Projects that will, from time to time,be agreed between the MoFED, its development partners and various stakeholders. The incumbent is also expected, amongst others: To ensurethat each IFMIS-related Information Technology (IT) and InformationSystems (IS) component supports the MoFED approved overall strategicobjective and that any associated risk is acceptable; To ensureprovision of pre-implementation technical support service (such as currentposition and needs assessment); To supportthe Project Implementation Team in assessing and selecting theappropriate software, hardware and IT related procurements; To manage allIFMIS related  IT and IS projects successfully,phase-by-phase, from inception to completion; Manage thecontracts between the Government and IFMIS service providers in line withthe provisions of the contracts. 6.0 Expected Deliverables/Output The IFMIS Project Manager will be expectedto produce the following deliverables, among others: Development and ongoing update of IFMISimplementation plan with milestones, deliverables, responsibilities, anddependencies etc. Business process design documentation A IFMIS Implementation and roll-outStrategy Systematic roll-out of IFMIS in accordancewith the PFM Reform Strategy and IFMIS roll-out strategy Quarterly IFMIS project implementationstatus reports Stage completion reports for sign-off byUsers ? Overseeing Operational and User Acceptance Tests IFMIS user training reports Annual plan of action and chronogram of IFMIS projects and projectactivities. Other reports and documents asrequired by standard project methodologies. Implementationplan and rollout strategy BPRdesign QuarterlyIFMIS project status reports OperationalAcceptance Testing (OAT) reports for the rollout IFMIStraining and user manuals IFMIStechnical support organization, its structure, and implementation throughhand-holding Presentations and other reports as desiredby the management 7.0 Qualifications, Experienceand Competencies The incumbent is required to possess: Apostgraduate degree in project management or economics or public finance orbusiness management/ administration or a professionally qualified accountantwith current membership of a professional accounting body that is a member ofthe International Federation of Accountants. Aprofessional qualification in an industryrecognized project management methodology and practice such as PRINCE2, PNP, COBIT will be anadvantage. Previousexperience working on a PFM Project in Sierra Leone or asimilar region will be an advantage. Hands on FreeBalance experienceas lead consultant for at least 2 projects is desirable. A Technical and functional IFMIS practitioner, with minimum of7years post qualification experience, at least three of which must be in thepublic sector. Proven proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office applications,i.e., Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Proven skills and experience in ICT projectmanagement methodologiesand systems audit will be an advantage. Havingworked as a Project Manager or lead consultant on a large scale governmentelectronic Integrated Financial Information within a holistic PFM reformconceptual framework comprising (i) Credibility of the budget; (ii)Comprehensiveness and transparency of the budget; (iii) Policy-based budgeting;(iv) Predictability and control in budget execution; (v) Accounting, recordingand reporting; and (vi) External scrutiny and audit, would be a plus Demonstratedability to lead a multi-disciplinary project implementation team. Certification/knowledgeof a project management methodology. Contract management experience involvingadherence to Government Laws and Regulations and World Bank procurementguidelines Ability to communicate effectively with seniorgovernment officials, politicians, users and development partners. A good knowledge ofEnterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is anadvantage. Strong  interpersonal skills,strong verbal and written communication skills in English; Strong leadership, conceptualand analytical skills and demonstrated ability to lead teams, andorganizational, management & supervisory skills; Successful track record ofbringing about institutional reforms thatare sustainable; track record of leading institutional change in a low capacityenvironment is highly desirable. Interested consultantmust provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform theservices (by providing description of similar assignments, experienceinsimilar conditions and appropriate relevant skills in similar projects, etc. 8.0 Period/Duration of the Assignment/ActivitySchedule Yearly subject to renewal basedon satisfactory performance. Theassignment will however not run beyond the Project closure date, meaning theassignment will be terminated as at project closure. 9.0 Location Public Financial ManagementImprovementand Consolidation Project(PFMICP) 10.0 Language of Assignment The language of the assignmentshall be English Language 11.0 Facilities and Services to be Provided by theClient Office Space at the Project Management Unit of PFMICP, LightfootBoston Street, Freetown 12.0General Information The post is advertised on anequal opportunity basis and qualified women and men are encouraged toapply Competitive and attractivesalaries will be offered to the successful candidate Employment will be on a fulltime basis The performance criteria thatwill be used to assess the performance of the successful candidate atregularintervals and based upon which the contract may be continued or terminated arethe effectiveness, efficiency and quality of delivering, on the scopeof servicesduties and responsibilities. 13.0Mode of Application All applications in writingshould be accompanied by up-to-datecurriculum vitae and supporting documents (Note: Please do not sent originals)with the names and addresses of three referees including your last orcurrentemployer to the: The Senior DeputyFinancial Secretary (Fiscal Operations) Ministry of Finance andEconomic Development, George Street, Freetown, Sierra Leone Or By emailapplication asattachment (including all supporting documents to: mofedpfmicp@gmail.com Please indicate clearly on theenvelop (inthe case of hard copy application) or in the email subject heading andattachment (in the case of electronic applications) the post for whichapplication is made. Closing Date The closing date and timefor receipt of applications is the 2nd September,2016 Only short listedcandidates will be contacted.

PFM Improvement and Consolidation - P133424

PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT IMPROVEMENT AND CONSOLIDATION PROJECT | Published September 22, 2016  -  Deadline October 10, 2016
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Terms Of Reference For International Procurement Specialist At The Public Financial Management Improvement And Consolidation Project, Ministry Of Finance And Economic Development, Sierra Leone TERMSOF REFERENCE FOR INTERNATIONAL PROCUREMENT SPECIALIST AT THEPUBLIC FINANCIALMANAGEMENT IMPROVEMENT AND CONSOLIDATION PROJECT, MINISTRY OF FINANCEANDECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, SIERRA LEONE Date of Issue: 23rdSeptember, 2016 Reference No. MoFED/PFMICP/PMU/IC/011/09/2016 1.0 Background 1.1       The Public Financial ManagementImprovement and Consolidation Project (PFMICP) is a successor to the just endedIntegrated Public Financial Management Reform Project (IPFMRP). It will buildon and reinforce the successes and address the weaknesses of IPFMRP. The Project Development Objective (PDO) is: "To improve budget planning and credibility,financial control, accountability, and oversight in government finances inSierra Leone". The Project, which will benefit various MDAs and LocalCouncils, will comprise the following components: Component 1: Enhancing Budget planning andcredibility The objectives of this component are to:strengthen the macro fiscal forecasting and Public Investment functions ofgovernment to improve overall budget planning; strengthen systems andprocedures for budget formulation; and build capacity for managing contingentliabilities. Component 2:Financial Control,Accountability and Oversight The objective of this component is to strengthenfinancial control in government, improve accountability systems and practices,and enhance independent and public oversight in the management and use ofpublic finances in Sierra Leone. Component 3: Supporting the Strengthening ofRevenue Mobilization and Administration Systems The objectives of thiscomponent are to: strengthen revenue policy and oversight of revenuecollection; improve the efficiency and integrity of revenue administration; toincrease domestic revenue, and to integrate revenue systems with overall PFMsystem. Component 4: Strengthening Local Governance,Financial Management and Accountability Systems The objective of this component is toimprove the capacity of the financial management systems in local councils andstrengthen the accountability and oversight institutions to enhance servicedelivery efficiency and effectiveness. Component 5: PFM Reform Coordination andProject Management The objective of this component is to provide a continuing institutional andcoordination basis for overseeing the implementation of the PFM Reform Strategyas a whole as well as manage the implementation of the proposed project. 1.2       To pursethe GoSL's PFMagenda, the Government has received financing from the InternationalDevelopment Association (IDA), a pooled funding from the African DevelopmentBank, and a Multi-Donor Trust Fund from the European Union and UK's Departmentfor International Development for the PFMICP (with an estimated Projectduration of four years). The PFMICPwill be administered by the World Bank. 1.4       Infurtherance of theabove objectives, the Government intends to use part of the proceeds of thefinancing to engage a suitably qualified and experienced person to fill theposition of International ProcurementSpecialist. 2.0 Objectives ofthe Assignment 2.1       Theobjective of theassignment is to recruit a procurement specialist with international experienceto: i) manage and carry out the procurement activities required forimplementation of the Project in accordance with the Project's covenantdocuments such as the Financing and Grant Agreements, World Bank's Guidelinesand procedures, among other; and (ii) build the procurement capacity of theMoFED / PMU Procurement Unit in order to ensure long-termsustainability ofthe project outcomes. This will ensureadequate hand-holding and capacity development/transfer. Additionally, theInternational Procurement Specialist with support and guide the end-users to prepare good quality ToRs andtechnical specifications. 2.2      TheInternational ProcurementSpecialist will coordinate hisactivities closely with the PMU and Implementing Units teams on activitiesrelated to the Project.   S/he will berequired to be familiar with the World Bank and Government of Sierra Leoneprocurement laws, procedures, regulations, policies, the Project's covenantdocuments, including the Financing and Grant Agreements, Project AppraisalDocument, Project Implementation Manual, Procurement and ConsultantsGuidelines, among others. 3.0  Scope ofServices, Duties and Responsibilities 3.1       The IPSwill takeoverall charge of the project's procurement management and conduct the tasks identifiedbelow by applying technical practices and methods, and collecting andmakinguse of available and necessary data in carrying out the assignment. The consultant shall work in closeconsultation with the Project Manager of the PMU.  He will discuss issues that would affectefficient procurement management with the Project Manager and agree on the waysto resolve them. The Specialist, shall inter alia, undertakethe following: 3.2.1 Review all available project documentsto facilitate the establishment of procurement  procedures for the management and implementation of the project; 3.2.2    Establisha procurement management system for the PMU based on the guideline andprocedures  for the conduct ofprocurement under World Bank funded projects and the government regulations forthe procurement of goods, non-consulting services and consultancy servicesunder the Public Procurement Act 2004 (PPA) of Sierra Leone and as may beamended; 3.2.3    Setup a procurement management tracking system for the PMU that would monitor theimplementation of procurement activities; 3.2.4    Usingthe World Bank's Standard procurement documents, prepare Bidding Documents andRequest for Proposals (REP), Request for Quotations, Letters of Invitations,clarifications/amendments to procurement documentation and processes (ifneeded), minutes of the Evaluation Committees and negotiation meetings,Evaluation Reports, contract award decisions, etc. These should includestandardized forms to be used for International and Local Shopping methods toconform to the PPA or World Bank standards; Inconsultation with the Project's beneficiary agencies, prepare and update theProject's Annual Procurement Plan and Budget detailing contract packages(including estimated cost) for goods, consultancy services and non-consultingservices, the procurement/selection methods and processing times untilcompletion of each procurement activity; Monitorprocurement implementation of and update the Procurement Plan on a atleastbi-weekly basis and whenever  it becomesnecessary to do so; Preparethe General Procurement Notice (GPN), Specific Procurement Notices (SPNs) ,Invitation for Bids (IFBs), Request for Expressions of Interest (REoIs) and other solicitation documentswhenever required; Establisha register of qualified suppliers and consultants and periodically update thisregister to facilitate advertisements, solicitations and drawing up ofshortlists when so required; Inconsultation with the Implementing Units and relevant technical staffs of thePMU, coordinate  the preparation of (ToRs),technical specifications using standard documentation agreed with theWorldBank and Government of Sierra Leone (GoSL), and also participate  in evaluation ofbids, expressions ofinterest for preparation of shortlists, pre-qualification of suppliers, etc.,where necessary. The International Procurement Specialist shall review ToRs andspecifications for completeness, consistency and fairness, and if necessarysuggest amendments; Initiatethe procurement processes, including those for International and National Competitive Bidding procedures,ensuring compliance with agreed procurement methods' threshold, priorreviewrequirements specific  to the project andagreed aggregate  threshold amounts forless competitive procurement methods; Presidingover bidding procedures and participating in bid/proposal opening sessions, bidand proposal evaluations  and ensuringthat the appropriate Guidelines are followed to arrive at the recommendationsfor award of contracts; In caseof procurement actions requiring IDA "no objection", coordinate the dispatch ofprocurement document to IDA (including through PROCYS for prior reviewactivities), monitor IDA response time on issuing "no objections" at differentlevels of the procurement process and follow-up accordingly; Coordinatethe response to procurement inquiries and communicate the result of theevaluation processes to the applicants in response to the Guidelines; Monitorand ensure timely responses to procurement questions raised by the WorldBank.  For services, follow-up with theshort listed consultants within 10 days of RFP dispatch, to ensure theirparticipation in the selection exercise; Superintend over procurement clarificationmeetings (if any) and develop clarifications/amendments to procurementdocumentations (if needed); Participatein selection of Evaluation Committees and assume the role of the Committee'ssecretary in recording the minutes of the meetings; Preparethe minutes of the Evaluation Committee meetings and prepare the requests for"no objection" and coordinate and participate in contract negotiationprocess,where necessary; Preparedraft and final contracts, and ensure timely distribution of all relevantprocurement and contract documents to relevant stakeholders; Ensuretimely receipt of the goods and consultant's status reports, confirmingacceptability of the goods delivered, and also acceptability of consultantsreports as reviewed, and recommending payments to the services providers as theybecome due; Establisha performance monitoring database for all suppliers and consultants, and ensureefficiency and timeliness in the delivery of outputs from the servicesproviders; Liaisewith all relevant Implementing Units and the PMU with a view to preparingmonthly, semi-annual and annual procurement reports (or other periodsas may berequired) as inputs into the Project Management Reports (PMR) to be submittedto the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, World Bank and otherrelevant agencies; Regularmonitoring of procurement across the Project and problem-solving as neededincluding regular updates on problems experienced and on changing needs forspecific types of advice; Establishand maintain a central procurement filing system (both electronicallyandmanually), and ensure all related documents are included in the respectivefiles, to ensure ease of retrieval of information and the ease of following thetrail of procurement by independent external auditors or authorized agents; AdviseMoFED on processes for disposal of un-required stores and equipment includingactual disposal in line with the Laws of Sierra Leone; Providetraining and capacity building needs of procurement staffs of the PMU/MoFED and other identified stakeholders toensure long-term sustainability of theproject outcomes, with a view of strengthening staff capacities andskills, filling skills gap  and alsosupport institutional strengthening; Provideadvice, mentoring, coaching and providing on-the-job training for relevantprocurement staffs in the PMU/MoFED, and advise them to plan and execute allstages of the procurement cycle in accordance with World Bank  and nationalprocurement procedures; Assistin supervising contracts in accordance with the respective contract agreementsincluding the processing of payments, physical inspection and testing, receiptand transfer of the goods to the Client, submission of consultants' reports andclosing of respective contracts; Provideprocurement advisory services as and when needed; Participatein procurement audits and reviews of the Project; Superviseall procurement staff within the PMU and assign tasks to them as andwhen necessary; Workwith relevant managers to identify their procurement needs under the Projectand help them manage the procurement planning and execution process in a timelyway; Assist in dealingwith claims, bid challenges and litigations relating to contracts andprocurement; Develop andimplement a robust procurement monitoring system and follow up mechanisms toensure that procurement activities are carried out as planned; identify anydeviations and take appropriate actions and submit regular periodic procurementreports to the Project Manager; Initiateappropriate quality assurance procedures to the procurement function of theProject; Carryout any other relevant duties that may from time to time be assigned by the PMUProject Manager. 4.0  Reporting,Communication and Time Schedules 4.1  The InternationalProcurement Specialist shall report directly to the PMU Project Manager andwill prepare monthly,  Quarterly,Semi-Annual and Annual procurement reports (or for any period as necessary) asinputs into the Project Management Reports and, in addition, preparesotherprocurement reports, as and when needed. 4.2  Emphasis willbe placed on highly effective, regularand detailed communication with the PMU Project Manager and relevant componentmanagers; 4.3  S/he will be required to assess technical skillstransfer to the counterpart staffs; 4.4  S/he is expected to report and analyze all problemsexperienced with procurement, more specifically on the Project,  so that remedial andcapacity-building actionscan be promptly taken; 4.5  S/he shall make inputs into reports prepared by thecounterpart staffs as needed. 5.0 Deliverables TheIPS will be expected to produce thefollowing deliverables, among others: Ø Procurement Plans Ø Budgets andSelection criteria Ø Procurementnotices and reports Ø Varioussolicitation documents Ø Clarifications/amendmentsto various procurement and solicitation documents; Ø Bid/Proposalevaluations Ø Minutes ofnegotiations Ø Draft and finalcontracts Ø Capacity buildingand training plans and reports Ø Action plans for trainingsand capacity building programmes Short-listing,evaluation reports, records of public bid/proposal openings Minutes of meetingsfor confirmation of the expressions of interest/ proposals Minutes ofnegotiation (as applicable) Notifications ofcontracts awarded ProcurementMonitoring Reports Other reports anddocuments as required. 6.0 Qualifications,Experience and Competencies Minimum Master's degree in Procurementwith minimum of 12 years of experience in public procurement practices andprocedures, 8 of which must have been served as a Procurement Specialistor Procurement Manager or Procurement Consultant; Minimum of 5 years of experience inhandling, managing or overseeing international procurement for World Bankfunded or administered projects; the minimum country experience oninternational public procurement of World Bank funded or administeredprojects should be two (2) countries, however, having worked in more than two(2) counties shall gain added advantage; Membership in a recognizedprocurement-related institute, such as CIPS or ISM; Knowledge of/experience with World Bank/other internationaldevelopment organizations' procurement procedures would be an addedadvantage; Good knowledge ofthe institutional,technical, and commercial aspects of procurement; Experience in delivering trainings and capacity buildingprogrammes at international level; Demonstrated high experience in contract management at manageriallevel; Fluencyin spoken English and ability to write lucid reports anddocuments in English is required; Strongorganization skills and ability to work in a team-oriented,dynamic and diverse environment; Proven track recordin workingeffectively within multidisciplinary teams, recognize the value of sharingideas, knowledge and information with others and takes personalresponsibility for doing so; Excellent interpersonal skills, sound judgment, communicationskills, training experience, ability to identify and resolve policy andoperational constraints; Demonstrated computer skills, knowledge of Microsoft Office Suiteespecially, Word, Excel and PowerPoint; Abilityto handle multiple taskssimultaneously, set priorities,and work independently, or under minimum supervision; Demonstrated capacity for initiative and efficient decision makingwith competent analytical and problem solving skills; Demonstrated competence by the level of timeliness and accuracy theindividual displays in carrying out his/her role, personal energy andenthusiasm and willingness to exceed expectations in his/her role; Ability to plan and organize effectively and build alternative actionsinto plans, deploying resources effectively and reviewing priorities; A commitment to supporting counterpartstaff to achieve the outcomes and objectives of the Project; Recognition and respect of peers, and ademonstrated ability to interact effectively and collegially with peers atall levels; Demonstrated ability to make soundjudgments on capacity issues that will require management referral andguidance; Demonstrated ability to work effectivelyin a mentoring role; Demonstrated ability to communicateideas and analyses clearly and tactfully, both orally and in writing; Demonstrated ability to assist andsupport the development of useful procurement processes and procedureseffectively; Demonstrated ability to transfer skillsand knowledge ? previous training or teaching experience is a plus; Demonstrated ability to adapt tochallenges and changes in the workplace. 7.0 Facilitiesand Services to be Provided by the Client The Client will provide: Accessto all information and stakeholders to facilitate the assignment Adequateoffice space with essential office furniture and office equipment; and Accessto Internet, and network resources, where necessary 8.0 Period ofthe Assignment 8.1   The duration of the assignment is for aninitial period of 12 months beginning 15thNovember 2016(subject to negotiations with the successful candidate), but not later than 30thNovember 2016. Subject to consultants' satisfactory performance of the assignment,the Contract would be extended only for at most another 12 months period (basedon the unit rates included in the original signed contract). 9.0 Location The IPS will belocated within the Project Management Unitof the PFMICP in the Ministryof Finance andEconomic Development, Freetown, Sierra Leone with travels to the provinces. 10.0         General Information Ø All posts will beadvertised on an equal opportunity basis and qualified women and men areencouraged to apply. Ø  Competitiveand attractive salariesand conditions of service will be offered to the successful candidate. Ø  Employmentwill be on full-timebasis, and contracts will be for oneyear subject toannual review with a possibility of renewal. Ø  Theperformance criteria thatwill be used to assess the performance of the International ProcurementSpecialist at regular intervals and based upon which the contract maybecontinued or terminated is the effectiveness, efficiency and quality ofdelivering on the Scope of Services, Duties and Responsibilities andDeliverables of the assignment. 11.0         Language of Assignment The language of the assignmentshall beEnglish Language. 12.0         Modeof Application All applications in writing should be accompanied by up-to-dateCurriculum Vitae and supporting documents (Note: do not send originals) withthe names and addresses of three referees, one of which should be thelast orcurrent 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) d mofedpfmicp@gmail.com. Pleaseindicateclearly on the envelop (in the case of hard copy application) or in the emailsubject heading and attachment (in the case of electronic applications) thepost for which application is made. Closing Date: The ClosingDate and time for receipt of applications is 10th October, 2016at 5:00 pm GMT. Only short-listed candidates will becontacted.

SL-Energy Sector Utility Reform - P120304

Ministry of Energy | Published July 13, 2016  -  Deadline August 19, 2016
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Recruitment Of A Ps By The Min. Of Energy Who Shall Have Overall Responsibility For Planning, Managing And Implementing Procedures For The Acquisition Of Goods, Works And Services Required By The Pmu Towards The Successful Implementation Of The Projects. GOVERNMENT OF SIERRA LEONE Ministry ofEnergy Request for Expression of Interest (REIO) Consulting Services for the Recruitment of a Procurement Specialist for the Energy Sector Utility Reform Project (Individual Selection) Country: Republicof Sierra Leone Name of Project: EnergySector Utility Reform Project Grant Number:P120304 AssignmentTitle: Consulting Services for Procurement Specialist for ESURP Reference No. MOE/EDSA/ESURP/IC/2/PMU/PS-03/16 Date of Issuance:   July 7th, 2016 1.0 Source of Funds 1.         BACKGROUND The Government of SierraLeone (GOSL) has secured financing from the World Bank (WB) towards the implementationof the Energy Access Project (EAP) and the Energy Sector Utility Reform Project (ESURP). The main objectives of the EAP which is already under implementation are among others to reduce losses inelectricity supply in Freetown Capital Western Area; and improve commercial performance of the Electricity Distribution and SupplyAuthority (EDSA) whilst that of ESURP is to support the establishment of a fully functional and effective EDSA through aPerformance Based Operation and Management Contractor for EDSA as well as execution ofinfrastructure projects in the bid to improvefurther the supply of electricity to urban areas. AProject Management Unit (PMU) has been established at the Ministry of Energy within the framework of the projectto ensure thesuccessful implementation of the projects. This Terms of Reference is to set the basis for the engagement of a Procurement Specialist by the Ministry ofEnergy who shall have overall responsibility for planning, managing and implementing procedures for the acquisition of goods, worksand services required by the PMU towards the successful implementation of the projects. 2.         OBJECTIVE The objective of the Procurement Specialist position is to manage and carry out the procurement activitiesrequired for implementation of the projects in accordance to: (i.) the most recent provisions of the World Bank's guidelines "Procurement of Goods, Works, and Non-ConsultingServices under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers" and "Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits &Grants" by World Bank Borrowers"; (ii) the provisions stipulated in the Grant and the Financing Agreements relating to theprojects; (iii) the Sierra Leone Public Procurement Act (2004) and its Regulations on Public Procurement; and (iv) the ProcurementPlans for Projects. 3.         SCOPE OF SERVICES The Procurement Specialist shall be responsible for the Projects' procurement management and perform hisduties by applying commitment towards best practices. The detailed scope of services of the Procurement Specialist shall include but not be limitedto: ·         The keyrole for the procurement specialist will be tocapacitate the procurement unit of EDSA PIU and as such should within first month do an assessment of the PIU procurement capacityand outline a comprehensive training program to be implementedwithin the first 3 months upon assumption of duty. ·                   Manage and carry out the procurement activities required for  implementation of the Projects according to the provisions of the World Bank's guidelines and Projects'documents; ·                   Review all available projects' documents tofacilitate the establishment of  procurement procedures for the management and implementationof the Projects; ·                   Establish  a procurement management system for the PMU  based on the World Bank's guidelines and procedures for the conduct of procurementunder World Bank-funded Projects, and the Government of Sierra Leone regulations for the procurement of goods, works and servicesunder the Sierra Leone Public Procurement Act  2004; ·                   Set upa simple procurement managementtracking system for the PMU that would monitor the implementation of procurement activities; ·                   Shall actively prevent procurement risksand timely seek resolutions to possible risks that may adversely impact on the timely commissioning of theinvestments. ·                   Using the World Bank's Standard BiddingDocuments, prepare customized Bidding Documents and Request for Proposals (RFPs), Request for Quotations, Letters of Invitations,clarifications/ amendments to procurement documentation; ·                   Prepare memo on short-listing, evaluationreports, records on public opening, minutes of meeting for confirmation of the expressions of interest/ proposals, minutes ofpre-ward discussions; ·                   Monitor procurement implementation and update the procurement plans of bothprojects on a monthly basis for the procurement of goods, works and consultants services; ·                   Establish a register of qualified suppliers and consultants and periodicallyupdate this register to facilitate  advertisements and requests for expressions ofinterest; ·                   In consultation with the  technical staff of the PMU, EDSA and the MoE, coordinate the preparation of Terms of Reference (TORs) forlaunching Requests for Proposals (RFPs) for consulting assignments, and specifications for the preparation of bidding documents forprovision of goods and works, using standard documentationagreed with the World Bank; ·                   Initiate the procurement processes, including those for International and NationalCompetitive Bidding procedures, ensuring compliance withagreed procurement methods' thresholds, prior review requirements specific to the Projects, and agreed aggregate threshold amountsfor less competitive procurement methods; ·                   In cases of procurement actions requiring World Bank  "no objection",coordinate the dispatch of procurement documents to IDA throughPROCYS, monitor World Bank response on issuing "no objections" at differentlevels of the procurement process and follow-upaccordingly; ·                   Monitor and ensure timely responses to procurement questions raised by the World Bank.  For Consultancy Services, follow-up with the shortlisted consultants, to ensure their participation in the selection exercise; ·                   Participate in selection of the Evaluation Panel, and assume the role of the Committee'ssecretary in recording the minutes of the meetings. Prepare the minutes of the Evaluation Panel meetings, the Evaluation Reportsand draft requests for "no objection";  andcoordinate arrangements for the pre-award discussions process, where necessary; ·                   Prepare draft contracts, and ensure timely distribution of all relevant procurement andcontract documents to all stakeholders (Technical Officers, Consultants, Suppliers, Contractors and the World Bank). ·                   Ensure timely receipt of the Goods and consultant's monthly status reports, confirming acceptability of goods and works delivered and/orexecuted respectively, and also acceptability of consultants' reports as reviewed, and recommending payments to the servicesproviders, i.e. suppliers, contractors and consultants, as they fall due; ·                   Establish a performance monitoring database for all suppliers, contractors andconsultants, and ensure efficiency and timeliness in the delivery of outputs from the services providers; ·                   Liaise with all relevant memberof the PMU and EDSA with a view to preparing semi-annual and annual procurementreports as inputs into the Projects' Interim Financial Reports(IFR) to be submitted to the Ministries/Agencies, World Bank and other relevant agencies: ·                   Establish and maintain a central procurement filing system, and ensure all relateddocuments are included in the respective files, to ensure ease of retrieval of information and theease offollowing the paper trail of procurement by independent external auditors or authorised agents; ·                    Train, mentor and buildthe capacity of both MoE and EDSA staff to carry out procurement activities according to World Bank procurementprocedures; ·                      In order to ensure long-term sustainability of projectoutcomes and build procurement capacity within the two project agencies, the Consultant shall also provide training to theprocurement units of the MoE and EDSA in managing their procurement functions according to World BankGuidelines. ·                   Carry out any other relevant periodic duties that may be assigned by the PMU Director, the EAPGeneral Project Coordinator and, the Project Manager for ESURP. Since the new procurement specialist is taking over and not from the scratch, she/he will review the established procurementregister, update procurement management tracking, and is expected to provide procurement support services to the EAP. Specifically, the following should be done under the EAP till project completion: a)           Supply of and Installation ofStatistical Meters b)       Upgrade of Freetown Primary Distribution Network (Blackhall road toWellington) c)      Consultancy for the Preparation of an Electricity Network Investment Plan d)      Transaction Advisory Services for the Western Area Power Generation Project for EDSA e)       Monitorand Support the on-going Procurement of a Management Contractor for EDSA This specific assignment will last for the entire project life to 30th April, 2017 or any other date asdetermined by Ministry of Energy and the World Bank. 4.     DELIVERABLES TheProcurement Specialist shall also prepare and submit in a timely manner, periodic reports (in addition to the regular monthlyreports) providing updates on procurement issues and proposing measures to resolve any outstanding issues and fast-tracking theprocesses. Theimplementation of the above-indicated activities under the "Scope of Work" is mandatory Deliverables of the Procurement Specialistposition. Thefollowing shall specifically be developed and submitted by the Procurement Specialist: a)      upon,resumption of duty, prepare a detailed work plan and update theprocurement plans accordingly and thereafter produce monthly revisedversions of the procurement Plan for both Projects; b)      Within atime period to be agreed with the Director of the PMU, the trained staff of EDSA should be capable of taking over the procurementfunctions under the ESURP. c)      Close-outReport: At the end of contract term or termination, the Procurement Specialist shall submit a comprehensive report coveringamongothers, the activities undertaken during the period of the assignment, outcomes, deliverables, and any other inputs requiredby the Director of the PMU. The Submission and approval of this report shall be a requirement for the last payment to theProcurement Specialist under theAssignment. Alloutputs shall be provided in electronic version in Microsoft Word allowing further adjustments, if needed. Thelanguage of thedeliverables shall be English. 5.         PERFORMANCE CRITERIA The timely execution ofexpected deliverables under the following performance criteria will be used to assess the performance of the Consultant at regularintervals and based upon which the contract with MoE may be continued or terminated; ·      Quality of procurement management relating to procurement planning for goods, works and services for bothprojects; ·      Quality of documentation submitted for prior review for both projects; ·      Quality of procurement filing for both projects; ·      Quality of documentation submitted during post reviews for both projects; ·      Quality of monthly and quarterly reports for both projects. 6.        REPORTING REQUIREMENTS The Procurement Specialist shall report to the Management of EDSA andliaise directly with the PMU General ProjectCoordinator. He is required to work closely with all other key staff of the PMU, EDSAand MoE. 7.       A three months'probation period is applicable to the assignment. 8          QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED FORPOSITION InterestedCandidates should have the following background: Education: A minimum university degree (BSc degree or equivalent) inBusiness Administration, Public Administration, Commerce, Engineering, Law, Social Sciences or other related field. A certificationin procurement is desirable.   An International Professional certificate inProcurement or other related field is an added advantage. Relevant Years of Experience in Procurement: A minimum ofeight years of progressively responsible experience in procurement, project management and administration in public or privatesector, of which at least 3 years should be directly related to first-hand procurement and/or contracting experience in carrying out procurement under multilateral Agency financed projects.  At least 5 years' experience in World Bank?financedProjects is an advantage; Other Experiences: A verifiable trackrecord in building capacity of and mentoring procurement staff Knowledge Areas: Good knowledge of World Bank procurement policies and procedures; as well as goodknowledge ofthe institutional, technical, and commercial aspects of procurement. Strong skillsin the use of MS Office suite applications including Word, PowerPoint, Project, Excel, e-mail and internet programs. Excellent English proficiency. Skills: The following skills are needed for effective performance: ·        Critical analysis and listeningskills ·        Strong oral and writtencommunications skills with a proven ability to convey information clearly and concisely ·        Using initiative and independentjudgment within established policy and procedural Guidelines ·         Proven track record in working effectively within multidisciplinary teams with thecapacity to work under minimal supervision. ·         Excellent ability to prepare documents and comfortably defend them ·         Willingness to work extra hours as occasional weekend and/or evening hours may berequired 9.         JOB LOCATION TheProcurement Specialist shall be based inFreetown-Sierra Leone. 10.       PERIOD OF THE ASSIGNMENT The duration of the assignment is for an initial period of 12 months to be extended subject tosatisfactory performance of the assignment. 11.       APPLICATION PROCEDURE ·    Interested candidates should send their applications accompanied by their curriculum vitae and copies of diplomasandcertificates in envelopes clearly marked "Application PMU ProcurementSpecialist/PS-03" and addressed to: The PermanentSecretary Ministry ofEnergy. StacoHouse 24 Brooksstreet Freetown SierraLeone. Attn: Mrs. ZainabFelleh Buya-Kamara ·    Application packages can also be forwarded by email to: zainabf_13@hotmail.com This REOI will leadto the preparation of Short list of Consultants Expressions of Interest may takeany format to represent the individuals' qualifications and experience. Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the address below in personor e-mail, by August 5th,2016 on or before16:00 noon (Sierra Leone Time).