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Establishment of a Start-up Financial Plan and three-year budget for the Nigerian National Accreditation Body

United Nations Industrial Development Organization | Published October 21, 2014  -  Deadline October 31, 2014
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The UNITED NATIONS INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION (UNIDO) hereby invites you to submit a written proposal for the establishment of a Start-up Financial Plan and three-year budget for the Nigerian National Accreditation Body . The overall objective of the NQIP project is to support the enhancement of the national quality infrastructure. Its purpose is also to improve quality, safety, integrity and marketability of Nigerian goods and services and remove technical barriers to trade by having an adequate, effective and sustainable National Quality Infrastructure (NQI), consistent with international and regional principles and practices. During the current phase, the planning for the establishment of the National Accreditation Body (NAB) is taking place. Draft plans have been developed. Assistance is required in the preparation of the financial aspects of the business plan for the sustainability of the NAB. Cost estimates for salaries and both fixed and variable expenses are needed to complete the business planning aspects and to understand the short, medium and long term financing requirements. For the complete information concerning the Request for Proposal, please visit UNIDO web site or use the following link: http://www.unido.org/index.php?id=o24451 . Please note that bids shall be submitted before the deadline in UNIDO E-Procurement Portal (http://www.unido.org/procurement/notices.html) or by email to c.faraldo@unido.org.

EDF — Service bureau for the system and financial audit of programme-estimates

European Union | Published February 19, 2013
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79212000

EDF — Service bureau for the system and financial audit of programme-estimates

EDF — Service bureau for system and financial audit of programme estimates

The European Union | Published March 23, 2013  -  Deadline April 19, 2013
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79212000

EDF — Service bureau for system and financial audit of programme estimates

NG-State Gov & CB TAL 2 (FY10) - P097026

Plateau State Public Sector Governance Reform and Development Project | Published December 29, 2014  -  Deadline January 15, 2015
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Request For Expression Of Interest For Consultancy Services In Public Financial Management Reforms PLATEAU STATE PUBLIC SECTOR GOVERNANCE REFORM ANDDEVELOPMENT PROJECT REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES IN PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENTREFORMS. Expression ofInterest 1.            ThisRequest for Expressionof Interest follows the General Procurement Notice (GPN) for this Project that appeared in the dgMarket of 26th November, 2010 2.           The Federal Government of Nigeria has received a credit from the International Development Association (IDA) for theimplementation of Public Sector Governance Reform and Development Project. Plateau State is a beneficiary of the credit and intendstoapply part of the proceeds of the credit for the implementation Public Financial Management Reforms. Objective: 3.            The overall objective of the Project is to promotegood governance by promoting quality transparency and accountability in public financial management and human resource managementsystems in Plateau State. Specific details of the assignment is as follows: S/N PACKAGENUMBER TITLE OF CONSULTANCYSERVICE Scope ofService SUBJECTAREA 01 PLPSGRDP/CS/QCBS/2014/001 Public Financial Management Reform. (i)Domestication and Implementation of the National Charts of Accounts in line withIPSAS (ii) Conductan extensive review of current Budget and Accounting practices highlighting their strengths, weaknesses andrisk. (iii)DevelopMTSS/MTEF/MYBF and train relevant staff in selected MDAs on the subject matter (iv) Improvecash management system (v) Develop amore effective business process for revenue, expenditure, assets and liabilities.(v) Develop internal audit manual andregulations (vi)Moderniseinternalaudit methods, techniques and reporting (i)Accounting, Expenditure, Internal Control,Financial Reporting andBudget 5.    The Plateau State PublicSector Governance Reform and Development Project now inviteseligible consulting firm(s)to indicate their interest in providing anyof the above services. Interested consulting firm(s) are hereby requestedto submit a statement of capability indicating relevant experience on similar assignments in Nigeria or elsewhere. This shouldinclude, but not limited to, summary of key staff, provision of companybrochures, description of similar assignments carried out in the last five (5) years, experience in similar conditions and region,availability of appropriate skills among key staff etc.(Please note that eligible firms can participate in one or more consultancyservices) 6.   Consulting firmswill be selected in accordance with theprocedures set out in the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection andEmployment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers (January 2011), using theConsultant Qualification Selection (QCBS) Method for firms and Individual Consultant Selection Method for Individual Consultant.Interested consulting firms may obtain further information at the address below between 9.00a.m ? 4.00p.m (Local Time) on weekdays, except on public holidays. 7.    Four (4) copies of yourexpression of interest must be delivered in a sealed envelope clearly marked with the"Package Number and Title of the Consultancy Service" to the address below not later than two (2) weeks from the date of this publication.

NG-State Gov & CB TAL 2 (FY10) - P097026

ODPSGRDP - SPCU | Published February 9, 2016  -  Deadline February 16, 2016
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Implementation Of State Integrated Financial Management Information Systems (sifmis) For Ondo State Government Notice of Extension of Deadline for Submissionof Bids Country:Nigeria Ondo State Public Sector Governance Reform and DevelopmentProject The Supply,Installation, Integration, Testing and Commissioning of Financial Management Information System Software (IFMIS), Hardware andNetwork Infrastructure and Related Support Services 46670 - UNI Implementation of State Integrated Financial Management Information Systems (SIFMIS) for Ondo StateGovernment Date of Issue: 22nd December, 2015 IFB Number:ODPSGRDP/GD/ICB/001/2016 1.    This notice follows the Specific Procurement Notice of thisProject by the way of Information Bid (IFB)-ODPSGRDP/GD/ICB/001/2016 that appeared in the UNDB on December 22, 2015 and January 12,2016. 2.    The Ondo State Public Sector Governance Reform andDevelopment Project wish to notify all bidders who have purchased a complete set bidding document for The Supply, Installation,Integration, Testing and Commissioning of Financial Management Information System Software (IFMIS), Hardware and NetworkInfrastructure and Related Support Services that deadline for submission of Bids has been extended to Tuesday, February 16,2016. 3.    Bids must be delivered to Ondo State Public SectorGovernance  Reform and Development Project, State Project Coordinating Unit (SPCU),Beside Ala Police Station, Ala Quarters, Akure, Ondo State on or before February 16, 2016, 12:00pm Nigeria Time. Late bids will berejected. 4.    Bids will be opened in the presence of Bidders'representatives who choose to attend at Royal Birds Hotel and Towers, off El Shaddai Road, Bojowa Street, Alagbaka Akure, OndoState by 12.15pm Nigeria Time on February 16, 2016. Ondo State Public Sector Governance Reform andDevelopment Project, State ProjectCoordinating Unit (SPCU), Beside Ala Police Station AlaQuarters, Akure, OndoState. ContactPerson: Project Coordinator Tel No: +2348034240202; +2348033894440 ondopsgrdp@yahoo.com www.ondopsgrdp.org

NG-State & Local Governance Reform - P133045

State and Local Governance Reform (SLOGOR) Project | Published September 6, 2016  -  Deadline September 20, 2016
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Expression Of Interest To Support The Review Of The State Organic Finance Law EXPRESSION OF INTERESTTO SUPPORT THE REVIEW OF THE STATE ORGANIC FINANCE LAW COUNTRY: -NIGERIA PROJECT: -   STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNANCE REFORM PROJECT PROJECT NO: - P133045 GRANT NO: -   TF018335 REFERENCE NO: YOB/SLOGOR/CON/CQS/004/2016 Request for Expression of Interest (EOI)follows the General Procurement Notice (GPN) for this Project that appeared in the UN Development Business Publication of February18, 2015 and in three Nigerian Newspapers of the same date: (i) The Guardian, (ii) This day and (iii) Daily Trust. The Federal Government of Nigeria has received a Grant from the InternationalDevelopment Association (IDA), acting as administrator ofa trust fund from the European Union, towards the cost ofState and Local Governance Reform Project. The Yobe State Government being one of the six beneficiary of the grant, now intends toapply part of the proceed towards the engagement of a consultant/consulting firm to support for the review ofthe state organic finance law, the assignment is part of the public financial management legislation (PFM) reform that willaddress majorstatutory and administrative instruments governing the conductof the fiscal and financial operations, including  Financial Regulations, Stores Regulations, etc., haveover the years become outdated. In many respects, their provisions while proving generally inadequate, in ensuring accountabilityand transparency in the conduct ofgovernment business, appear also grossly outdated, and out of tune with the realities of moderngovernance. And identifyweaknesses and strength in the structures, of the Finance laws in Yobe State. The need to review andaddress these inadequacies has thereforegiven rise to this componentwithin the framework of the State and Local Governance Reform Project. A reputable consulting firm with key staff having thefollowing qualifications and expertise are required as follows:- PFMPRACTITIONER:- i.           An Accountantwho belongs to aprofessional Association and a member of the International Federation of Accountant (IFAC). ii.            Must have at least 15 years' experience in public sectorAccounting and Financial Management; iii.            Vast knowledge of the Nigerian public sector; iv.            Demonstrable experience in public sector budgeting, accounting and financial   management reforms in Nigeria or elsewhere; v.           Experience in similarassignment will be essential. Legal Expert:- a)      At least LL.B with Minimum 12 years of related consultingexperience. b)     Demonstrated experience in Legislative Drafting. c)      Excellent oral and written communication skills in English. d)     Comfortable working in pressured environment with capacity to deliver high quality outputs and results to tightdeadlines. e)     Experience in similarassignment in review and drafting of legislation will be an   essential. The firm musthave relevant experience in undertaking similar assignments in Nigeria or other developing countries and provide evidence of suchas experience. The consulting services:- The consultants will workclosely with the Yobe State Ministry of Finance in collaboration with the Ministry of Justice and the project coordinating officeto ensure the successful implementation of the public finance management legislation. a)      Conduct a comprehensive review of all existing frameworks andstatutory provisions that currently govern the conduct of financial administration and management in the State public service.Theseinclude but definitely not limited to: the Public Finance (Control) Management Act; Revised Financial Regulations 2004,Revised 2004 StoresRegulations, Treasury Circulars, etc., and similar PFM Laws of other states and FG; b)     Provide a detailed profile of the identified weaknesses and gapsin the current statutory and administrative procedures governing the conduct of financial and fiscal operations of the StateGovernment, c)      As much as possible, situate  identified initiatives within the context of national and international bestpractices in public finance management, bearing in mind, of course, their adaptability within, and relevance to the context of theState public service; d)     Draft an organic public finance law, which reflects the findingsof the review, and the requirements of fiscal responsibility and transparency. e)      Participate as key resource person in three one-day seminarsdesigned to sensitize members of the State House of Assembly, State Executive Council, and other stakeholders on content of thedraftorganic public finance law; f)       Build consensus through wide-scale interaction with the variousstakeholders on the need for specific reviews of existing financial and fiscal regulations and procedures in the State. Thesestakeholders include members of both the executive and legislative arms of government; g)     Prepare a detailed report of proposed reviews including draft legislation with the legal expert financial regulations,statutory provisions, and processes, which have earlier been discussed with the stakeholders. Production of final component implementation completion report; h)     Revise and produce a final draft of the Public FinanceLegislation, based on feedback from key stakeholders; i)       Produce final component implementation completion report; j)       Support the state government in the processes associated with the implementation of public finance management legislationcomponent ofthe project and the achievement of project objectives, including conduct of sensitization forums for key stakeholders(Permanent Secretaries, Legal/Judicial Officers, and key PFM staff). The Yobe State and Local Governance Project (SLOGOR) now invites eligibleConsulting Firms (Consultants) to indicate their interest in providing the services. Interested consulting firms are herebyrequested to submit a statement of capability indicating relevant experience on similar assignments in Nigeria or elsewhere. Thisshould include, but not limited to, summary of CVs of its key staff, provision of company brochures, description of similarassignments carried out in the last five years, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills among keystaff, etc. The consulting firm will be selected in accordance with the procedures setout in the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers (January 2011revised August,2014). Please visit www.worldbank.org, setting forth the World Bank'sPolicy on conflictof interest. In addition, please refer to specific information on conflict of interest related to this assignmentas per paragraph 1.9 of Consultant Guidelines. Further information can be obtained at the address below, during officehours, from 9.00am to 4.00pm, Monday to Friday, except on public holidays. Expression of interest must be delivered in four(4) hard copies and a softcopy to the address below not later than 2weeks from the date of this publication no mail will be receive on the close of businesson the stipulated date. ATTENTION:- The Project Coordinator State and Local Governance Reform (SLOGOR) Project, State Project Coordinating Unit (SPCU) Along MaiduguriRoad, Former Ministry of Integrated Office, Damaturu, YobeState. E- Mail: - yobeslogor@gmail.com GSM: -  +234 703 187 2560 +234 808 023 9770

NG-Housing Finance Development (FY14) - P131973

Central Bank of Nigeria | Published October 27, 2015  -  Deadline November 17, 2015
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Request For Expression Ofinterest (consulting Services) REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONOF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES ? CONSULTANT'S QUALIFICATION SELECTION) FEDERAL REPUBLIC OFNIGERIA NIGERIA HOUSING FINANCEPROGRAM Credit No:5292-NG Assignment Title: EXTERNAL AUDITOR The Federal Government of Nigeria has received financing fromthe World Bank toward the cost of the Nigeria Housing Finance Program (NHFP), and intends to apply part of the proceeds forconsulting services. The consulting services ("the Services") include theprovision of external auditing services to the NHFP. The objective of the audit of the Project Financial Statements (PFSs) is toenable the auditor to express a professional opinion(s) on the financial position of the project at the end of each fiscal year,and on funds received and expenditures incurredfor the relevant accounting period. The audit of the project will becarried out in accordance with International Standards on Auditing (ISA) promulgated bythe International Federation of Accountants(IFAC), and will include such tests and auditing procedures as the auditor will consider necessary under the circumstances. Specialattention should be paid by the auditor as to whether the: (a)        World Bank financing (and all external financing where the WorldBank is notthe only financier) has been used in accordance with the conditions of the relevant financing agreement, with due attention toeconomy and efficiency, and only for the purposes for which the financing was provided as outlined in the Project Agreement,Financing Agreement, Subsidiary Agreement and the Subordinated Loan Agreement;. (b)        Counterpart funds have been provided and used in accordance withthe relevantfinancing agreements, with due attention to economy and efficiency, and only for the purposes for which they wereprovided; (c)        Goods, works and services financed have been procured in accordance with therelevant financing agreements including specific provisions of the World Bank Procurement Policies andProcedures[1];; (d)       All necessary supporting documents, records, and accounts have been maintained inrespect of all project activities, including expenditures reported using Statements of Expenditure (SOE) or Interim UnauditedFinancial Statements (IFS) methods of reporting. The auditor is expectedto verify that respective reports issued during the periodwere in agreement with the underlying books of account; (e)   Designated Accounts  have been maintained in accordancewith the provisions of the relevant financing agreements and funds disbursed out of the Accounts were used only for the purposeintended in the financing agreement; (f)   National laws and regulations have beencomplied with, and that the financial and accounting proceduresapproved for the project (e.g. operational manual, financial procedures manual, etc.) were followed andused; (g)  Financial performance of the project is satisfactory. (h)  Assets procured from project funds exist and there is verifiable ownership by the implementing agencyor beneficiaries in line with the financing agreement. (i)    Training/workshops/study tour expenditures, where incurred, have been in compliance with the established policy and thereis value for money. (j)     Ineligible expenditures included in withdrawal applications are identified andreimbursed to the Designated Accounts. These should be separately noted in the audit report. The ProjectAdministration Team (PAT) on behalf of the Central Bank of Nigeria as the Project Implementation Entity (PIE) now inviteseligible Firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provideinformation demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. Theshortlisting criteria are: ·         The auditor should be familiar with theBank's Guidelines on Annual Financial Reporting for WorldBank-Financed Activities, June 30, 2003, which summarizes the Bank's financial reporting and auditing requirements. ·         The auditor should be familiar with World Bank Procurement Guidelines, which can be obtained fromthe project implementing entity. ·         The auditor should also be familiar with the Bank's Disbursement Handbook for World Bank Clients,Disbursement Guidelines for Projects: May 2006. These documents are available onthe Bank's website and could be obtained from theTask Team Leader. ·         The auditor should possess a licence from a recognized professional body that permits the practiceof external auditing in Nigeria. ·         Experience in the provision of externalauditing services for World Bank assisted projects orInternational donor financed projects would be an added advantage. The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph1.9 of the WorldBank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRDLoans and IDA Credits & Grants by WorldBank Borrowers January 2011 ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy onconflict of interest. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with theConsultants Qualification(CQ) method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Further information can be obtained at the address belowduring office hours: 9:00am to 4:00pm. Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written formeither through post mail or e-mail to the address below by 17th November, 2015 between 9.00am and 4.00pm. Head, Project Administration Team(PAT) Other Financial Institutions Supervision Department Central Bank of Nigeria 33 Tafawa Balewa Way Central Business District Abuja Nigeria Tel: +234-09-462-35446 E-mail: NHFPPAT@cbn.gov.ng [1] Depending on thecomplexity ofprocurement activities, the auditor may consider involving technical experts during the audit engagement. In cases wheresuchexperts are involved, the auditor is expected to comply with provisions of International Standard on Auditing620: Using the Work of an Expert. Consideration to use of the work of experts should be brought to the early attention of the borrower and the WorldBank for mutual agreement and appropriate guidance.

NG-State & Local Governance Reform - P133045

National Planning Commission, International Cooperation Department | Published February 18, 2015
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General Procurement Notice NIGERIA NATIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION Plot 421 Constitution Avenue Central Central Business District, Abuja,Nigeria Tel: 234 9 6725239; Mobile: +234 8033529647 GENERAL PROCUREMENTNOTICE Country:NIGERIA Name of Project:STATE AND LOCAL GOVERANCE REFORM PROJECT Grant No:TF018335 Project ID: P133045 The Federal Government of Nigeria has received a grant from the International Development Association (IDA),acting as administrator of a trust fund -for State andLocal Governance Reform Project - funded by the European Union, towards the cost of implementing StateandLocal Governance Reform Project in 6 states namely Anambra, Cross River, Jigawa, Kano, Osun and Yobe.  Theproject development objective is toimprove transparency, accountability and quality in public financial management in the participating states. It intends to apply part of the proceeds to payments for goods, works,related services and consulting services to be procured underthis project 1.     The Project is made up of three components namely as follows: (A) Public Financial Management Reforms which aims todevelop and modernize the PFM systems of participating states, with the objectiveof improving its efficacy and quality. To achieve these objectives, the component will support revenue generation, fiscal planningand standardization of PFM procedures, processes, and reporting among participating state governments for consistency with theFederal Government.  Summary of activities includes: (a)Review of existing financial management legislation and regulations, drafting of new legislation and regulations wherenecessary, and organization of sensitization seminars on public finance reforms; (b) Review andstrengthen systems of control and functionality in public financial management with support to state integrated financialmanagement information systems (SIFMIS) in states that are assessed to be capable of implementing SIFMIS; (c) Strengthen budget execution and institutions forbudgeting in the public service, particularly as they interfacewith the SIFMIS; (d) Review and modernization of the accounting and financial reporting; (e) Strengthen the office of the state auditor-general, consolidation of the state external auditfunction and capacity buildingfor members of the public accounts committee of the state legislature; (f)strengthening of state tax andIGR administration in participating states; (g) Support thedevelopment of social accountability mechanisms in key areas such as planning, budgeting and public procurement, which will involvethe public in the oversight of the use of public resources; (h) Review  andstrengthening of public procurement processes and  practices; institutions andengagement with civil society; and (i) Capacity building in PFM, including the conduct of a thorough assessment of existing skillsand training needs of Ministries, Department and Agencies (MDAs) responsible for state PFM functions. (B) Support to Local Governance: Activities foreseen under this component include: (i) support each state to carry out studies on devolution of authority toLocal Governments (LGs) or groups of Local Governments,disseminate and validate the outcome of these studies in workshops organizedacross each state; (ii) provide technical assistance to each state government to develop and implement a road map for devolution ofauthority by the state government to selected agencies responsible forlocal governance; and (iii) strengthen in each state theselected LGs, the Office of Auditor General for Local Governments and Ministry of Local Governments in the areas of accounting,auditing, budgeting, procurement, tax administration and M&E. (C) Project Coordination to provide technical and logistical support required for the coordination of the projectboth at the federal and state levels. Specifically, the procurement of goods, civil works and consultancy services will include: project vehicles, generators,computers and accessories, computer software, communication and office equipment, upgrading of facilities and minor rehabilitation of existing buildings and project offices etc. The consultancyservices will be in the areas of software development, public financial management(including integrated financial management information system, tax administration and procurement), human resourcemanagement,training, studies, payroll and staff audit, service-wide data collectionetc, which will be procured using the appropriateprocurement and Consultants Selection methods. Procurement of contracts financed by the World Bank will be conducted through the procedures as specified in theWorld Bank's Guidelines: Procurement under IBRD Loans and IDACredits published by the Bank in January 2011 and is open to all eligible bidders as definedin the guidelines.  QualifiedConsultants and Consulting firms will be selected in accordance with the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers dated January 2011. Specific procurement notices for above contracts for Goods, Works and Services are expected and will bepublished or announced, as they become available, in UN Development Business and Nigerian Nationalnewspapers. Interested eligible bidders who wish tobe included on the mailing list to receive invitations to bid (IFB) and interested consultants who wish to receive a copy ofadvertisement requesting expressions of interest (EOI) for consultancy contracts, or those requiring additional information, shouldcontact the address below: National PlanningCommission, International CooperationDepartment Attn: Mr. O. T.Shogbuyi Director(National ProjectCoordinator) International CooperationDepartment National PlanningCommission, Plot 421Constitution Avenue Central BusinessDistrict, Abuja, Nigeria. Tel: 234 9 6725239; Mobile: +234 8033529647 Fax: E-mail: slogornpcu@gmail.com Web site: www.nationalplanning.gov.ng

NG-State Employment and Expenditure - P121455

State Project Coordinating Unit (SPCU) | Published March 31, 2016  -  Deadline May 31, 2016
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The Supply, Installation, Integration, Testing, Training And Commissioning Of A State Integrated Financial Management Information System (sifmis) Software, Related Hardware, Network Infrastructure And Support Services. RIVERS STATE GOVERNMENT OFNIGERIA Ministry of Budget & Economic Planning State Employment & Expenditure for Results (SEEFOR)Project Invitation for Bids (IFB) 1st April 2016 The Supply, Installation, Integration, Testing, Training and Commissioning of a StateIntegrated Financial Management Information System (SIFMIS) Software, Related Hardware, Network Infrastructure and SupportServices Loan / Credit Number: 50220UNI State Integrated Financial Management Information System(SIFMIS) IFB Number: RV/SFR/SIFMIS/ICB/2016/1 1.         This Invitation forBids (IFB) follows the GeneralProcurement Notice (GPN) for this project that appeared in UNDB online on June 12, 2012. 2.         The Federal Government ofNigeria has received a credit from the International Development Association and European Union towards the cost of State Employment & ExpenditureFor Results (SEEFOR) Project. Rivers State is participating in the project and it intends toapply part of the proceeds of this credit to payments under the agreement(s)resulting from this IFB: State Integrated Financial ManagementInformation System (SIFMIS), IFB Number: RV/SFR/SIFMIS/ICB/2016/1. 3.         The Rivers State SEEFOR Project, State Project Coordinating Unit(SPCU) serves as the implementing agency for theproject and now invites sealed bids from eligible Bidders for the Supply,Installation, Integration,Testing, Training and Commissioning of a State Integrated Financial Management Information System(SIFMIS) Software, Related Hardware and Support Services. 4.         Bidding will be conducted using the InternationalCompetitive Bidding (ICB) procedures specified in the World Bank's Guidelines: Procurement under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits,edition of January2011 and is open to all Bidders eligible as defined in these Guidelines,5 that meet the following minimumqualification criteria: (i)                      Either bethe prime manufacturer of the proposedIFMIS application software, or be formally approved and authorized by the manufacturer to supply, implement andsupport thesoftware being tendered. (ii)                   Be able to provide in-country support for the software and equipment being tendered.  Bids entirely from outside Nigeria must demonstrate their capabilities for providing effective in-country support. (iii)                 Has been in the business of supplying and supporting the proposed software for not less than 5 yearsand should have an annual turnover in excess of US$ 6 million (or the currency equivalent).  (A copy of the AuditedAccounts showing turnover of the company for the last three years will be required as evidence. In thecase of a joint venture, cumulative turnover of the consortium could be considered). (iv)                 Has undertaken at least one (1) successful implementation of the proposed IFMISsoftware (i.e. signed off and accepted by the purchaser as a fully operational system), within any country(ies) for a governmententity during the last 5 years. This implementation must have involved the supply, installation, training and technical support ofthe proposed integrated IFMIS software.  Bidders will be requiredto provide evidence of past installations/ implementations. (Client's certificate of completion will be required as evidence). (v)                   Has proven accounting, financial and internal control knowledge and experience,to support the required business process design and system integration services. (vi)           Skills and competence of KeyPersonnel: Total Work/Business                    InSimilar Position                                                         Experience(years)                   Work(years) 1)      Project Manager                                          10                                                05 2)      Quality Assurance Manager                       10                                         05 3)      Data Base Administrator                            10                                         05 4)      Network Administrator                               10                                         05 5)     Application Systems Support Manager      10                                               05 6)     Training Manager                                        10                                         05 5.         The attention ofprospective Bidders is drawn to (i) the fact that they will be required to certify in theirbids that all software is either coveredby a valid license or was produced by the Bidder and (ii) that violations are considered fraud, which can result in ineligibilityto be awarded World Bank-financed contracts. 6.         Interested eligibleBidders may obtain furtherinformation from Rivers State SEEFORProject and collect the bidding documents at the address given below between Mondays toFridays from 10:00 hrs to 17:00 hrs. A pre-bid meeting which potential bidders may attendwill be held on April 27, 2016at 9:30am. 7.         A complete set of bidding documents in Englishmay be purchased by interestedBidders, from April 1, 2016 upon payment of a non-refundable fee of N50,000.00 (Fifty Thousand Naira) only.Prior registration is required for submitting clarification questions on the bidding documentsand receiving notice of answers and of addenda to the biddingdocuments.  The original version of the bidding documents, and any addenda to it, will be the binding one. The method of payment will bebank draft in favour of "RiversState SEEFOR Project". 7.         Bids must bedelivered to the address below at or before 12pm on May 31, 2016.  Bids need to be secured by bidsecurity. The amount of Bid Security required is US$120, 000 or NGN24, 000, 000.   Late bids will be rejected. Bids will be opened in the presence of Bidders' representatives who choose to attend at theaddressbelow at 12pm on May 31, 2016. ProjectCoordinator Rivers State SEEFORProject State Project Coordinating Unit(SPCU) #2 Sotonye Banigo Close, Off Lord Ugboma Drive, Off Sani AbachaRoad, GRA Phase 111 Port Harcourt, Rivers State,NIGERIA Email: riversseefor@gmail.com Tel: +2348038858853

NG-State & Local Governance Reform - P133045

Anambra State and Local Governance Reform (SLOGOR) Project | Published May 12, 2016  -  Deadline May 25, 2016
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Expression Of Interest For Consultancy Services In Anambra State Integrated Financial Management Information System (sifmis) REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTERESTFOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES IN ANAMBRA STATE INTEGRATEDFINANCIAL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (SIFMIS) Country:           NIGERIA Project:            STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNANCE REFORM (SLOGOR)PROJECT Grant No.:       TF018335 -UNI P133045 AssignmentTitle:  ENGAGEMENT OF SIFMISCONSULTANT Reference No.:     ANSLOGOR/CON /QCBS/001/2015 1. This Request for Expression of Interest follows the General Procurement Notice (GPN) for thisProject that appeared in the dgMarketofWednesday, 18th February, 2015 and in three Nigerian Newspapers  of the same date ((i) The Guardian,  (ii) Thisday and (iii) Daily Trust). 2.  The Federal Republic of Nigeria has received a grant from theInternational Development Agency (IDA) acting as administrator of a trust fund from the European Union, for theimplementation of the State and Local Governance Reform Project. Anambra State is a beneficiary of the Grant and now intends to apply part of the proceed towards the engagement of a Coordinator for State Integrated Financial Management InformationSystem (SIFMIS) in the implementation of activities in the Integrated Financial Management InformationSystem (IFMIS) SubComponent of the project. Objective of the Assignment 3.            The objective of the assignment is to engage aConsultant who is to support the implementation of a simple but robust off-the-shelf Integrated Financial Management Information Systems IFMIS using a turnkey approach Scope ofWork 4.           The consultant who shall support the implementation of SIFMIS is expected to deliver the followingservices: i.          Review all existing arrangements on financialinformation systems in theState ii.          Review anddocument business processes and information requirements in order todevelop the technical, structural/institutional arrangements and functional requirements for the overall implementation of SIFMIS,with a view to conducting Project Risk Assessment and preparing a Project Charter iii.          Provide technical support services in establishing the SIFMIS Project Team, conducting TrainingNeeds Assessment, and facilitating the training of the Project Team and key stakeholders, assist the Project Team in developing anappropriate bidding documents, as well as assisting in selecting suitable consultancy firm who willhave the specific responsibility for the design, installation, training and testing of the relevant SIFMIS software and related ICTinfrastructure. Qualification andExperience 5.        The Anambra State and Local Governance Reform Project nowinvites eligible Individual Consultants to indicate their interest in providing these services. Interested consultantsmust provideinformation indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (Pleaseprovide detailed CV, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills,etc.). The information must show that the Consultant possesses the following: ·          Minimum of ten years  substantial capacity, experience and expertise in implementing or overseeingIntegrated Financial Management Information System (IFMIS) and HRMIS  and payroll system in the public sector at  Federal or State Government level in Nigeria; ·          Skills in accounting and financial management reforms system,analysis and ICT/MIS; ·          Minimum of first degree in any field and a professional qualification in accounting issued by anIFAC recognised body. ·          Possession of    Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBoK) ? PRINCE2, PMP will beadded advantage; (Projects IN ControlledEnvironments (PRINCE) is a projectmanagementmethod. It covers the management, control and organization of a project. Project Management Professional(PMP) is a credential offered by the Project ManagementInstitute (PMI)) ·          Proven experience and competence with respect to changemanagement and organizational development strategies; Selection ofConsultant 6.            Consultant will be selected using Individual Consultant Method and in accordance with theprocedures set out in the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants byWorld Bank Borrowers (January 2011). Submission ofExpression of Interest 7.            Interested consultants may obtain further informationat the address below between 9.00a.m?4.00p.m (Local Time) on weekdays (except on Public Holidays). 8.            Your expression of interest (3 copies; one original and two copies) must be delivered in a sealedenvelope clearly marked "CONSULTANCYSERVICES FOR A SIFMIS COORDINATOR" to the address below not later than 2 weeks from the date of this publication (i.e May 25, 2016). A CD-ROMversion should also be included. Attn: ProjectCoordinator Anambra State and Local Governance Reform (SLOGOR)   Project State Project Coordinating Unit (SPCU), Old Building, opp. Code of ConductBureau Jerome Udoji Secretariat, Awka, Anambra State, Nigeria. Tel: +2348037914125 E-mail: ansslogor@gmail.com Please Note:   Only short-listedConsultants will be contacted. Expression of Interest through email or fax will not beentertained.

NG-Housing Finance Development (FY14) - P131973

Other Financial Institutions Supervision Department | Published February 6, 2015  -  Deadline February 23, 2015
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Consultancy Service For Mass Literacy Campaign On Nigeria Housing Finance Program FEDERAL REPUBLICOF NIGERIA NIGERIA HOUSING FINANCE PROGRAM REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES) FEDERALREPUBLIC OF NIGERIA NIGERIA HOUSINGFINANCE PROGRAM CreditNo.:5292-NG Assignment Title: Mass Literacy Campaign on Nigeria Housing FinanceProgram The Federal Government of Nigeria has receivedfinancing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Nigeria Housing Finance Program, and intends to apply part of the proceeds forconsulting services. The consulting services ("the Services")include: i.        Work with the Project Administration Team (PAT) to identify specific awareness needs regarding mortgage finance for the targeted groups; ii.      Develop and produce mortgage finance literacy materials suitable for the targeted group; iii.   Identify the most appropriate communications channels (e.g. print, radio, TV,mobile) to reach the target audiences; iv.   Develop and produce for consumer education information on Mortgage guaranteeproducts and Housing Microfinance scheme, targeted at lowincome group; v.     Develop literacy materials (e.g. leaflets) on responsible lending incollaboration with participating financial institutions (Commercial Banks, PMBs & MFBs). Specific Details of the Work Shall Include: Development of Reading Materials The consultant shall: i.       Identify and propose relevant topics and print sample outlooks for variousaspects of mortgage finance literacy campaign; ii.      Prepare draft proposal for printed mortgage literacy materials to be reviewed and approved by the ProjectSteering Committee (PSC) prior to publication; iii.    Small scale testing of the proposed materials with target groups; iv.    Organize public awareness campaigns in collaboration with Secretariat of the Steering Committee (SSC) and PAT. Development and production of Radio and Television Jingles The consultant shall: i.       Identify and propose relevant topics for the wider mortgage literacy program; ii.      Prepare draft scriptson the basis of which radio or TV programs could be produced. In preparing thescripts, the Consultant is expected to propose the most effective format (i.e. drama, educational, or a combination of theseformats, etc.) for communicating the messages to the target audience.  Localcontextualization is essential (e.g. the use of local languages including vernacular, appealing characters and storylines, localsongs which stick to people's mind,etc.); iii.    Prepare draft scripts to be reviewed and approved by the PSC prior to airing them; iv.    Prior to airing, the draft scripts should also be tested with members of the target audience (i.e. through focus groupsand cognitive interviews) to ensure that they are properly understood and to maximize their impact. Development of Web-Based Publications The consultant shall present tothe PSC the form and contents of the web-based publications for review and approval. The literacy document will be hosted on thewebsites of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Nigeria Mortgage Refinance Company and participating financialinstitutions. Development of Materials for Sensitization Workshops The Consultant shall present tothe client materials for sensitization workshops of different target groups. i.       Propose cost effective andefficient methods/techniques of delivering the program; ii.      Propose an action plan for the deliveryof MortgageLiteracy Program; iii.   Propose a mechanism for monitoring and assessing the impact of the programincluding rigorous evaluation designs such as Randomized Control Trials, encouragement designs, etc. The initial period for the assignment is 1 year and might be renewable annually for the life of the project depending onsatisfactory delivery. The PAT on behalf of the Central Bank ofNigeria as the Project Implementing entity (PIE) now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interestin providing the services. InterestedConsultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the requiredqualifications and relevant experience to perform the services. The shortlisting criteria are: i.        Key personnel of the firm should be qualified in the area of financial literacy, mass communication, business studies,psychology, marketing and advertising; ii.      Keystaff should have experience with the design and delivery of financial literacy and campaigns and possess professionalcertifications; iii.   The firm should be registeredwith therelevant regulatory authority or professional body. iv.   The firm should possess at least five yearsof experience in designing and delivering financial literacy programs v.      Thefirm should have experience in the successful production and delivery of financial literacy and education programs, and whilemortgage literacy program experience is an added advantage. The attention of interested Consultants isdrawn to paragraph 1.9 ofthe World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits& Grants] by World Bank Borrowers("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the consultantqualification method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Further informationcan be obtained at the address below during officehours: 9:00 am and4:00 pm. Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form eitherthrough post or e-mailto the address below by 23rd February, 2015 between 9:00 am and 4:00 pm. Head, Project AdministrationTeam Other Financial Institutions supervisionDepartment Central Bank of Nigeria 33 Tafawa BalewaWay Central BusinessDistrict Abuja Nigeria Tel: +234 ? 9 ? 462 ?35446 E-mail: NHFPPAT@cbn.gov.ng

NG-State & Local Governance Reform - P133045

Anambra State and Local Governance Reform (SLOGOR Project) | Published June 15, 2015  -  Deadline July 14, 2015
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Request For Expression Of Interest For Consultancy Services In Anambra State Integrated Financial Management Information System (sifmis) REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES IN ANAMBRA STATE INTEGRATED FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (SIFMIS) Country:                                 NIGERIA Project:                                   STATE AND LOCALGOVERNANCE REFORM (SLOGOR) PROJECT Grant No.:                             TF018335 - UNI P133045 Assignment Title:                   ENGAGEMENT OFSIFMIS CONSULTANT Reference No.:                       ANSLOGOR/CON /QCBS/001/2015 This Request for Expression of Interest follows the General Procurement Notice (GPN)for this Project that appeared in the dgMarket of Wednesday, 18th February,2015 and in threeNigerian Newspapers  of the samedate ((i) The Guardian,  (ii)Thisday and (iii) Daily Trust). The Federal Republic of Nigeria has received a grant from the International Development Agency (IDA) acting as administrator of a trust fund fromthe European Union, for the implementation of the State and Local Governance Reform Project. Anambra State is a beneficiary of theGrant andnow intends to apply part of the proceedtowards the engagement of a Coordinator forIntegrated Financial Management Information System (SIFMIS) in the implementation of activities in the Integrated FinancialManagement Information System (IFMIS) Sub Component of the project being implemented by the Office of the Accountant General(OAGS). The consulting services ("the Services") include: i.  Conduct a thorough assessment of the nature anduse of the existing packages in the Accountant General's Office and other PFM Institutions in the State; ii.   Identify the major structural and institutional requirements to support the successful implementation ofthe SIFMIS and ensure thata communications management strategy exist iii.      Taking intoconsideration the project deliverables and work with the SICT todevelop robust and appropriate bidding document using a turnkey approach (invitation forBids (IFB) and the Supply, Installation, Integration, Testing and Commissioning of Integrated Financial Management InformationSystem (IFMIS) Software, related Hardware and Network Infrastructure and Related Support Services bidding document) for theConsultancy Firm who will have the specific responsibility for the design, installation, training, customization and testing of therelevant SIFMIS software and related ICT infrastructure. iv.    Develop and maintain a Risk Management Strategy with clearand concise project tolerances and risk mitigation process v.   Assist in theidentification and selection of a suitable firm for the supply and implementation of SIFMISby coordinating the bid evaluation which shouldinclude demonstration against Test Script prepared by the State. vi.     Manage and control changes to the project plan to ensure milestones are metwithinthe agreed tolerances. vii.      Provide  technical and functional support services prior to and throughout SIFMIS projectimplementation: The Anambra State and Local Governance Reform (SLOGOR) project now invites eligibleConsulting firms (Consultants) to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interestedconsulting firms are hereby requested to submit a statement of capability indicating relevant experience on similar assignments inNigeria or elsewhere. This should include, but not limited to, summary of CVs of itskey staff, provision of company brochures, description of similar assignments carried out in the last five years, experience in similar conditions,availability of appropriate skills among key staff, etc. The consulting firmwill be selected in accordance withthe procedures set out in the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers (January 2011). Please visit www.worldbank.org , setting forth theWorld Bank's policy on conflict of interest.  In addition, please refer to specificinformation on conflict of interest related to this assignment as per paragraph 1.9 of Consultant Guidelines Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours, 0900 to 1600 hours (local time) on weekdays. Expressions of interest in 4 copies must bedelivered in a written form to the address below not later than 4 weeks from the date of thispublication. Anambra State and Local Governance Reform (SLOGORProject) Project Coordinator State Project Coordinating Unit(SPCU), Old Building, opp. Code of Conduct Bureau Jerome Udoji Secretariat, Awka, Anambra State,Nigeria. Tel:      +2348037914125 E-mail:ansslogor@gmail.com

NG-State & Local Governance Reform - P133045

STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNANCE REFORM PROJECT (SLOGOR) | Published April 29, 2015  -  Deadline May 29, 2015
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Expression Of Interest For Consultancy Services For A Sifmis Coordinator To Support Implementation Of State Integrated Financial Management Information System (sifmis) JIGAWA STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNANCE REFORMPROJECT EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICESFOR A SIFMIS COORDINATOR TO SUPPORT IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE INTEGRATED FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM(SIFMIS) COUNTRY:                               NIGERIA PROJECT:                                 STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNANCE REFORM PROJECT(SLOGOR) ASSIGNMENT TITLE:               CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR A SIFMISCOORDINATOR TO SUPPORT THE IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE INTEGRATED FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS (SIFMIS) REFERENCENO.:                    JG/SLO/CQS/CON/06/2015 GRANT NO.:                           TF018335 This request for expression of Interest (REOI) follows the generalprocurement Notice  (GPN)for this Project that appeared in the UN development business publication of February18, 2015 and in three Nigerian Newspapers  of the same date (i) The Guardian,  (ii) Thisday and (iii) Daily Trust EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST 1.            The Federal Government ofNigeria has received a grant from the International Development Agency (IDA) acting as administrator of a trust fund fromthe European Union, for the implementation of theState and Local Governance Reform Project. Jigawa State is a beneficiary of the Grant andintends to apply part of the proceeds ofthe grant for payments underthe contract for consultancy services for a SIFMIS Coordinator to support the implementation of stateIntegrated Financial Management Information System (SIFMIS). 2.            The consultant who shallsupport the implementation of SIFMIS is expected to deliver the following services: ?       Conduct a thorough assessment of the nature and use of the existingpackages in the Accountant General's Office and other PFM Institutions in the State; ?       Advice on the integration between Budgeting, Appropriation,Receipting, Payments, Accounting, Reporting, Human Resource Management Information System (HRMIS), Tax Management andAdministration, Payroll and Cash Management (including bank reconciliation) ?       Provide technicaland functional requirements for the overall SIFMIS. ?       Conduct a ProjectRisk Assessment, training and testing of ICTinfrastructure. 3.            The Jigawa State and Local Governance Reform Project now inviteseligible Consultants to indicate their interest in providing these services. Interested consultants must have informationindicating that they are qualifiedto perform the services (please provide evidence of registration, detailed CV, description ofrecent similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills, etc.). It is expected that this assignment will require the services of key experts in PFM, accounting with strongICT skills, HR/payroll expert with IT skills, ICT/systems and Tax analyst, all withvery good postgraduate and/or professionalqualifications and solid experience in the relevant fields. 4.            The consulting firm will beselected in accordance with the procedures set out in the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by World BankBorrowers (January 2011). Please visit www.worldbank.org , setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest.  In addition, please refer to specific information on conflict of interest related to thisassignment as per paragraph 1.9 of Consultant Guidelines 5.            Interested consultants mayobtain further information at the address below between 9.00a.m ?4.00p.mon weekdays 6.            Your expression of interestmust be delivered in a sealed envelope to the address below not later than 4 weeks from the date of this publication. Attn:    Project Coordinator, STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNANCE REFORM PROJECT (SLOGOR), State Project CoordinatingUnit (SPCU), Ministry of Finance &Economic Planning, Budget and EconomicPlanning Directorate (BEPD), Block A,New State SecretariatComplex, Dutse JigawaState Nigeria. Tel:        +234-803-700-5370; +234-807-302-1494 E-mail: jigawa_slogor@yahoo.com

NG-State & Local Governance Reform - P133045

State and Local Governance Reform Project (SLOGOR) | Published March 29, 2016  -  Deadline April 26, 2016
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Engagement Of Individual Consultant To Support The Implementation Of A State Integrated Financial Manangement Information System (sifmis) REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) FOR THEENGAGEMENT OF STATE INTEGRATED FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (SIFMIS) COORDINATOR IN KANOSTATE COUNTRY:                                            NIGERIA NAME OFPROJECT:                           STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNANCE REFORM PROJECT (SLOGOR) GRANT NO:                                         TF018335 PROJECT ID:                                        P133045 REFERENCENO:                 KN/SLGR/CS/QCBS/IC/001/2016 Assignment Title: ENGAGEMENT OF INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANT TOSUPPORT THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A STATE INTEGRATED FINANCIAL MANANGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (SIFMIS) This Requestfor Expression of Interest (EOI) follows the General Procurement Notice (GPN) for this Project that appeared in the UN DevelopmentBusiness Publication of February 18, 2015 and in three Nigerian Newspapers of the same date:(i) The Guardian, (ii) Thisday and(iii) Daily Trust. The Federal Government of Nigeria has received a grantfrom the International Development Association (IDA) acting as administrator of a Trust Fund from the European Union for theimplementation of SLOGOR in six selected states in Nigeria. The project development objective is to improve transparency,accountability and quality in public financial management in the participating states. Kano State being one of the beneficiary States and intends to apply part ofthe proceeds of the grant for Consultancy Services by Contracting an Individual Consultant to support the Implementation of a StateIntegrated Financial management Information System (SIFMIS) The SIFMIS Coordinator isexpected to deliver the following services: i.     Prepare a Project Charter whilst taking into consideration currentpractices in other States in Nigeria that have implemented an Integrated Financial Management Information Systems. ii.     Develop and maintain a detailed business case outlining the projectscope, timescale, expected benefits, costs, investment appraisal and major risks. iii.     Clearly identify the major structural and institutional requirementsneeded to support the successful implementation of the SIFMIS including project governance arrangements, clarity in roles andresponsibilities and ensure that a communications management strategy exists. iv.     Develop and maintain a Risk Management Strategy with clear and conciseproject tolerances and risk mitigation process. v.     Develop a Terms of Reference for the SubjectMatter Experts in linewith the identified project scope and assist in the procurement of said individuals. vi.     Work with the SICT to develop detailed project deliverables andbusiness drivers for each deliverable whilst taking into consideration the communications/connectivity infrastructure, the existingICT infrastructure/awareness and institutional factors and systems currently driving financial management practice in the State aswell as prevailing international best practices. vii.     Work with the Change Management Subject Matter Expert to ensure thatstakeholders and users transition are seamless with appropriate change management framework in place to ensure sustainabilityofSIFMIS post implementation. viii.      Taking into consideration the project deliverables and workwith the SICT to develop a robust andappropriate bidding documents using a turnkey approach (Invitation For Bids (IFB) andThe Supply, Installation, Integration, Testing and Commissioning of Integrated FinancialManagement Information System (IFMIS) Software, related Hardware and Network Infrastructure and Related Support Servicesbiddingdocument) for the Consultancy Firm who will have the specific responsibility for the design, installation, training,customization and testing of the relevant SIFMIS software and related ICT infrastructure. ix.     Assist in the identification and selection of a suitable firm for thesupply and implementation of SIFMIS by coordinating the bid evaluation which should include demonstration against Test Scriptsprepared by the SICT. x.     Work with the SICT and the SIFMIS vendor to develop and maintain acomprehensive project plan taking into consideration other PFM reforms and ensuring activities are prioritized and planned in alogical manner with achievable milestones whilst minimizingdisruption to the implementing agencies and other keystakeholders. xi.     Manage and control changes to the project plan toensure milestones aremet within the agreed tolerances xii.     Provide the following technical support services priorto and throughoutSIFMIS project implementation: a.       Liaisewith the Federal Government and other relevant State agencies with a view to understudying any initiatives that might add value tothe SIFMIS in the State. b.       Prepareperiodic(monthly) reports of progress on the implementation of SIFMIS and make recommendations for the attention of the SIFMISProject Management Unit (SPMU). The SPMU will in turn prepare quarterly progress reports to the State Project Coordinating Unit(SPCU) and the State Steering Committee. c.       Be leaderof theteam to produce a draft and final SIFMIS component implementation completion report, and d.      Ensure that milestones listed above aretimely and qualitatively delivered, including anyother duties or processes associated with the implementation of the SIFMIScomponent of the project. The State and Local Governance Reform Project (SLOGOR) Kano, now invites eligible Consultants to indicate their interest inproviding the services. Interested consultants are hereby requested to submit a statement of capability indicating relevantexperience on similar assignments in Nigeria or elsewhere. This should include, but not limited to, description of similarassignments carried out in the last five years, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills among others,etc. Method ofApplication: InterestedConsultant must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (brochures, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions,availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc.). Consultants may associate to enhance theirqualifications. A consultant will be selected inaccordance with the procedures setout in the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection andEmployment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers (January, 2011 and revised in July 2014) Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours 09:00 amto 4:00 pm hours Monday ? Thursday and 9:00 am ? 1:00 pm on Friday, except on public holidays. Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below on or before: 26th April, 2016. Attention: The Project Coordinator, State and Local Governance ReformProject. Audu Bako Secretariat Complex, Ministry of Planning and BudgetBuilding No: 1 Zaria Road, Kano State, Nigeria. Telephone No: (+234) 08034533626,08066300555 E-Mail: kanoslogor@yahoo.co.uk, kanoslogor_procurement@yahoo.com

NG-State Gov & CB TAL 2 (FY10) - P097026

Kebbi State Public Sector Governance Reform and Development Project | Published June 9, 2016  -  Deadline June 24, 2016
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Consultancy Services For The Selection Of A Financial Management Information Services Coordinator KEBBI STATE OF NIGERIA KEBBI STATE PUBLIC SECTOR GOVERNANCE REFORM AND DEVELOPMENTPROJECT CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR THE SELECTION OF A FMIS COORDINATOR REQUEST FOREXPRESSION OF INTEREST (REOI) Reference No:KBPSGRDP/IC/11/2016 CREDIT  No: - 46670 NG Date ofIssuance: 10th June, 2016 1. ThisRequest for Expression of Interest follows the General Procurement Notice (GPN) for this Project that appeared in the UNDBpublication of 26th November, 2010. 2. The Federal Government of Nigeria hasreceived a creditfrom the International Development Association (IDA) towards the cost of implementing Public Sector Governance Reform and Development Project (PSGRDP). Kebbi State is a beneficiaryof the credit and intends to apply part of the proceeds of the credit for consultancy services for the implementation of the StateFinancial Management Information System (SFMIS). 3. The objective of the SFMIS sub-component is to engage aConsultant to support the design and effective implementation of a simple but robust off-the-shelf Financial Management Information System (IFMIS), using a turnkey approach 4.         The scope of service for this consultancy work shall include thefollowing tasks: (a) Prepare a Project Charter whilst taking into consideration currentpractices in other States in Nigeria that have implemented or are implementing an Integrated Financial Management InformationSystems solution (b)Developand maintain a detailed business case outlining the project scope, timescale, expected benefits, costs, investment appraisal andmajor risks (c) Clearlyidentify the major structural and institutional requirements needed to support the successful implementation of the FMIS includingproject governance arrangements, clarity in roles and responsibilities and ensure that a communications management strategy exists(d) Develop and design the functional, business and technical requirements and specifications for the turnkey implementation ofFMIS in the State (e) Developand maintain a Risk Management Strategy with clear and concise project tolerances and risk mitigation process (f) Develop a Termsof Reference for the Subject Matter Experts in line with the identified project scope and assist in the procurement of saidindividuals(g) Work with theSICT to develop detailed project deliverables and business drivers for each deliverable whilst taking into consideration thecommunications/connectivity infrastructure, the existing ICT infrastructure/awareness and institutional factors and systemscurrently driving financial management practice in the State as well as prevailing international best practices (h) Work with the Change ManagementSubject Matter Expert to ensure that stakeholders and users transition are seamless with appropriate change management framework inplace to ensure sustainability of SFMIS post implementation(i) Taking into consideration the project deliverables and therequirement and specifications as per (iv) above, work with the SICT todevelop robust and appropriate bidding documents using aturnkey approach: (Invitation For Bids (IFB)and The Supply, Installation, Integration, Testing and Commissioning of Financial Management Information System (FMIS) Software,related Hardware and Network Infrastructure and Related Support Services)  (j)Assist inthe identification and selection of a suitable firm for the supplyand implementation of FMIS by coordinating the bid evaluation which should include demonstration against Test Scripts prepared bythe SICT (k)Work with the SICT and the FMIS implementation partner to develop andmaintain a comprehensive project plan taking intoconsideration otherPFM reforms and ensuring activities are prioritized and planned in a logical manner with achievable milestoneswhilst minimizing disruptionto the implementing agencies and other key stakeholders (l) Manage and control changes to the project plan to ensure milestones aremet within the agreed tolerances (m) Provide the following technical support servicesprior to and throughout the FMIS projectimplementation: i.         Liaise with the Federal Government andother relevant State agencies with a view to understudying any initiatives that might add value to the FMIS in theState. ii.      Prepareperiodic (monthly)reports of progress on the implementation of FMIS and make recommendations for the attention of the FMIS ProjectManagement Unit (SPMU). The SPMU will in turn prepare quarterly progress reports to the State Project Coordinating Unit (SPCU) andthe State Steering Committee. iii.    Be leader of the teamto produce a draft and final SFMIS component implementation completion report, and iv. Any other duties or processes associated with theimplementation of the FMIS component of the project. 5. Kebbi StatePublic Sector Governance Reform and Development Project (PSGR & DP) now invites eligible consultants to indicate their interestin providing these services. Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform theservices (Profile of consultant, Track record and description of similar assignment, Training experience in similar condition,general qualifications and availability of appropriate skills).The proposed assignment is expected to bring international best practice and ideas into skills enhancement. As such, eligibleconsultant with direct experience on SFMIS coordination and implementation in line with the best international best practices isrequired. 6. A consultant will be selected under individualConsultant (IC) in accordance with the procedures set out inthe World Bank's Guidelines; Selection and Employment of Consultants byWorld Bank Borrowers. January, 2011. Interested Consultants may obtain further information atthe address below from 9.00a.m to 4.00p.m local time.Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below on orbefore 24th  June, 2016 during office hours of 0900 to1600Hours local time (Except Public holidays). Only shortlisted Individual consultants will be invited or notified for furthercorrespondences. THE COORDINATOR, KEBBI STATE PUBLIC SECTORGOVERNANCE REFORM & DEVELOPMENTPROJECT NO. 21, EMIR HARUNA ROAD,BIRNIN KEBBI KEBBI STATE ?NIGERIA Tel: 08033019397,   E-MAIL: psgrdpkb@gmail.com, www.kbpublicsectorreforms

NG-State Gov & CB TAL 2 (FY10) - P097026

Plateau State Public Sector Governance Reform and Development Project | Published March 19, 2015  -  Deadline April 10, 2015
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Expression Of Interest For Consultancy Services For A Sifmis Coordinator To Support Implementation Of State Integrated Financial Management Information System (sifmis) PLATEAU STATEPUBLIC SECTOR GOVERNANCE REFORM AND DEVELOPMENTPROJECT EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR CONSULTANCYSERVICESFOR A SIFMISCOORDINATOR TO SUPPORT IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE INTEGRATED FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM(SIFMIS) COUNTRY:                              NIGERIA PROJECT:                                 PUBLIC SECTOR GOVERNANCE REFORM AND DEVELOPMENT PROJECT CONSULTING SERVICES:        CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR A SIFMIS COORDINATOR TO SUPPORT THE IMPLEMENTATION OF STATEINTEGRATED FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS (SIFMIS) CREDIT NO. :                          46670 NG BID NO:                                   PL/PSGR/DPII/QCBS/2015/001 ISSUE DATE:                            23RD MARCH, 2015 END DATE :                            10TH APRIL, 2015 EXPRESSIONSOF INTEREST 1.         This Request for Expression ofInterest follows the General Procurement Notice (GPN) for this Project that appeared in the dgMarket of 26th November, 2010 2.         The Federal Government of Nigeria hasreceived a credit from the International Development Association (IDA) towards the cost of implementing Public Sector Governance Reform andDevelopment Project. Plateau State is a beneficiary of the Credit and intends to apply part of the proceeds of the credit topayments under the contract for consultancy services for a SIFMIS Coordinator to support implementation of state IntegratedFinancial Management Information System (SIFMIS). 3.         The consultant who shall support the implementation of SIFMIS isexpected to deliver the following services: i.           Conduct a thorough assessment of the nature and use of the existingpackages in the Accountant General's Office and other PFM Institutions in the State; ii.            Advise on the integration between Budgeting,Appropriation, Receipting, Payments, Accounting, Reporting, HumanResource Management Information System (HRMIS), Tax Management and Administration, Payroll and Cash Management (including bankreconciliation) iii.            Provide technical and functional requirements forthe overall SIFMIS. iv.            Conduct a Project Risk Assessment, training and testing of ICT infrastructure. 4.         The Plateau State PublicSector Governance Reform and Development Project now invites eligible Consultants to indicate their interest in providing theseservices. Interested consultants must have information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (please provideevidence of registration, detailed CV, description of recent similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, availability ofappropriate skills, etc.). It is expected that this assignment will require the services of key experts in PFM,accounting with strong ICT skills, HR/payroll expert with IT skills, ICT/systems and Tax analyst, all with very good postgraduateand/or professional qualifications and solid experience in the relevant fields. 5.         A Consultant will beselected in accordance with the procedures set out in the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by World BankBorrowers (January 2011). 6.         Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below between 9.00a.m ? 4.00p.m on weekdays 7.         Your expression of interest must be delivered in a sealed envelopeto the address below not later than 4.00p.m on Friday, April 10, 2015 Attn:   Project Coordinator Plateau State Public Sector Governance Reform and Development Project State Project Coordinating Unit (SPCU), N0. 4 Miskwoom Lawrence Bwenyen Street, Opp. Old Government House Ray field Jos Plateau State Nigeria. Tel:        +234-814-697-1986; E-mail: Plateau.gcbp@yahoo.com

NG-State & Local Governance Reform - P133045

Osun State and Local Governance Reform Project (SLOGOR) | Published May 31, 2016  -  Deadline June 14, 2016
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Engagement Of Consultancy Services To Coordinate Implementation Ofstate Integrated Financial Management Information System (sifmis) In Thestate Of Osun REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST FOR CONSULTING SERVICES ? (INDIVIDUAL SELECTION) THAT WILLCOORDINATE IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE INTEGRATEDFINANCIAL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (SIFMIS) IN STATE OF OSUN COUNTRY:                         NIGERIA NAME OFPROJECT:         STATE AND LOCALGOVERNANCE REFORM PROJECT GRANT NO:                      TF018335 PROJECTID:                     P133045 REFERENCENO:              OSSLOGOR/CS/IC/005/2016 This Request for Expression of Interest (REOI) follows the General Procurement Notice (GPN) for this Project thatappeared in the UN Development Business Publication ofFebruary 18, 2015 and in three Nigerian Newspapers of the same date: (i) TheGuardian, (ii) Thisday and (iii) Daily Trust. The Federal Government of Nigeria has received a Grantfrom the International Development Association (IDA), acting as administrator of a trust fund from the European Union, towards the cost of State andLocal Governance Reform Project. The State Government of Osun being one of the six beneficiary states of the grant, now intends toapply part of the proceed to engagement a consulting services that will coordinate Implementation of State Integrated FinancialManagement Information System (SIFMIS) in the State of Osun. The assignment is part of the reform action designed to automate public financialmanagement processes thereby making financial reconciliation and reporting timely and on demand. Specifically, the services to be offered will cover the underlisted (The ConsultingServices): i.            Conduct athorough assessment of the nature and use of the existing packages in the Accountant-General's Office and other PFM Institutions inthe State and prepare a project charter whilst taking into consideration current practices in other States in Nigeria that haveimplemented an Integrated Financial Management Information Systems. ii.            Develop andmaintain a detailed business case outlining the project scope, time line, expected benefits, cost, investment appraisal, riskmanagement strategy, concise project tolerances and risk mitigation process to be considered in implementing SIFMIS in the State ofOsun. iii.            Clearly identify major structural and institutional requirements needed to support thesuccessful implementation of the SIFMIS including project governance arrangements, clarity inroles, responsibilities and ensurethat communications management strategies exist. iv.           Develop Terms of Reference for the Subject Matter Experts in line with theidentified project scope and assist in theprocurement of other consultants. Review and modernize the Accountingand Financialreporting system as well as the preparation of new operating procedures manuals as needed. v.            Work with theSICT to develop detailed project deliverables and business drivers for each deliverables whilst taking into consideration thecommunication/connectivity infrastructure, the existing ICT infrastructure/awareness and institutional factors and system currentlydriving financial management practice in theState as well as prevailing international best practices. vi.           Taking into consideration the project deliverables and work with the SICT todevelop robust and appropriate bidding document using a turnkey approach(invitation for Bids (IFB) and the Supply, Installation,Integration, Testing and Commissioning of Integrated Financial Management Information System (IFMIS) Software, related Hardware andNetwork Infrastructure and Related Support Services biddingdocument) for the Consultancy Firm who will have the specificresponsibility for the design, installation, training, customization and testing of the relevant SIFMIS software and related ICTinfrastructure. vii.           Work with the SICT and the SIFMIS vendor to develop and maintain a comprehensiveproject plan taking into consideration other PFM reforms, control changes to the project plan and ensuring activities areprioritized and planned in a logical manner with achievable milestone are met within the agreed tolerances whilst minimizingdisruption to the implementing agencies and other keystakeholders. viii.            Provide the following technical and functional support services prior to and throughoutSIFMIS project implementation: a.      Liaise with theFederal Government and other relevantAgencies with a view to understudying any initiatives that might add value to the SIFMIS inthe State. b.      Prepare periodic(monthly) reports of progress on theimplementation of SIFMIS and as well as prepare quarterly progress reports for submission tothe State Project Implementing Unit (SPIU) andState Steering Committee. c.        Be a leader of the team to produce a draft and final SIFMIS component    implementationcompletion report, and d.       Any other duties or processes associated with the implementation of the SIFMIS component of theproject. The Osun Stateand Local Governance Project (SLOGOR) nowinvites eligible INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANT to indicate their interest in providing the services. Consulting Firms that have expressedinterest to our earlier publication of August 18, 2015 are herebyrequested to present an Individual Consultant for the assignment.Interested individuals candidates must provide information and evidence(s) showing that they have the required qualifications andrelevant experience to perform the required services and such individual should send their Curriculum Vitae (CVs) to the addressbelow. The selection criteria include: (i)                 Professional qualifications in Project Management like PRINCE2, PMP orother relevant PMFramework will be considered as added advantage. Core IT skill and qualification must include Oracle Database 11g AdministratorCertified Professional, Window Server 2003, Domino Server Administration and Transact SQL Programming. (ii)                Evidence of Successful track record in planning, stakeholder management, coordination and managing implementation androlling-out sustainable information systems as part of an institutionalreform. Evidence of managing at least one implementation ofSIFMIS orGIFMIS. (iii)               Sound analytical, organizational and negotiation skills with the ability to conduct training and workshop/ seminars. Theconsultant to be considered must demonstrate proven ability and skill to work under high pressure, with strong delivery orientationand excellent interpersonal and supervisory skills. (iv)              The Consultant must possess solid understanding of public financial management business practice, business process/systemanalysis, preferably for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system and/or Sound Knowledge of and experience in Public FinanceManagement Software. The attentionof interested consultants is hereby drawn to the selection in accordance with the procedures set out in the World Bank'sGuidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers (January 2011). Please visit www.worldbank.org, setting forth the World Bank's Policy on conflict of interest. In addition, please refer to specific information onconflict of interest related to this assignment as per paragraph 1.9 of Consultant Guidelines. Further information can be obtained at the address below, during office hours,from 9.00am to4.00pm, Monday to Friday, except on public holidays. Expression of interest must be delivered in a written form both in hard and soft copies tothe address below not later than 2 weeks from the date ofthis publication. The Project Coordinator Osun State and Local Governance Reform Project(SLOGOR) State ProjectCoordinating Unit 3rd Floor, Finance Building,Ministry of Finance, Abeere, Osogbo. State of Osun Tel:+234 805-503-8499; +234 8035037859 E- Mail:osun_slogor@yahoo.com

GPN – Nigeria - Green Energy & Biofuels (GEB) Bio-Refinery Project in Nigeria – 11 2015

 | Published November 5, 2015
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AOI - Niger - Programme de Renforcement de la Résilience à l’Insécurité Alimentaire et Nutritionnelle au Sahel - P2RS – 12 2015

 | Published December 3, 2015
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EOI – Consultancy Firm Services - Nigeria - Environmental assessment forthe construction of a cellulosic bio-refinery in lagos – 11 2015

 | Published November 10, 2015
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