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DFID 7225 NU-TEC Development and Provision of Financial Products for Agribusiness in Uganda

DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT | Published August 31, 2015  -  Deadline October 5, 2015
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Actual CPV code beginning with "752" is ‘75211200 Foreign Economic-Aid Related Services’. The UK Department for International Development (DFID) is supporting the “Northern Uganda: Transforming the Economy through Climate Smart Agribusiness (NU-TEC)” project between 2014 and 2022. The project will provide advice and finance to agribusinesses to support investments which have a beneficial impact on smallholders in Northern Uganda. DFID is seeking to appoint a supplier to design and deliver Financial Products for Agribusiness to be delivered in partnership with a Financial Institution (FI) in Uganda. The purpose of the contract is to design and deliver effective new financial products for agribusiness which minimises subsidy and maximises the potential for sustained impacts and replication by other FIs.

DFID 7363 Independent Expenditure Verification and Financial Management Audit of Tawanmandi Legacy Grants, Afghanistan

DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT | Published October 27, 2015  -  Deadline November 30, 2015
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Actual CPV code is ‘75211200 Foreign Economic-Aid Related Services’. The UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) is implementing a twenty month Independent audit of the Afghanistan Tawanmandi (Strengthening Civil Society) Legacy grant programme between January 2016 and August 2017. The supplier will carry out independent audits of the legacy grants and provide an assurance that UK resources are being used effectively (including the management of fraud and fiduciary risks), for the purposes intended, and “doing no harm” in a conflict affected environment. The main objective of this programme is to authenticate and verify grant expenditures and provide an assurance that grant payments have been fully utilised for the purposes intended before any further grant disbursements are made. The Supplier will be required to conduct financial audits for each grant, taking account of when grantees were last audited and when the grant is due to end. Suppliers will also be required to propose a model for a call down facility for any further audits. The contract will be issued for 20 months, and will be reviewed after 12 months. Progress beyond this will be subject to DFID's approval of proposed programme performance. Suppliers are invited to complete all requirements of this one-stage Open Procedure. For background information, Tawanmandi is a grant funding mechanism supporting civil society to advocate on improving governance in Afghanistan through greater accountability and responsiveness by the state to its citizens. Its purpose is to help build an inclusive civil society better able to effectively engage on issues around human rights, access to justice, anti-corruption, peace building, and conflict resolution and through the media. Gender, youth, disability and out-of-Kabul organisations are cross cutting themes.

DFID 7238 Forensic Audit and Forensic Investigative Audit Services

DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT | Published July 2, 2015  -  Deadline August 11, 2015
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Actual CPV code is ‘75211200 Foreign Economic-Aid Related Services’. DFID is continually seeking ways to improve value for money, maximise results and reduce fraud and corruption risk in its programmes. Audits of the programme are an important way of achieving this. DFID places reliance on annual financial audits for routine programme management; while useful in giving a general assurance of a partner’s financial statements, financial audits have their limitations. For higher risk programmes, or when suspicions or concerns occur, other types of specialised audits may also be required. This framework agreement will provide DFID with the ability to call upon the services of a range of specialist audit skills at short notice, to support our business needs. The service provider will be asked to provide forensic audit and forensic investigation related inputs and advice to Internal Audit Department (IAD); DFID country offices and regional programmes; and to central departments, generally, on demand. The service provider may occasionally be required to work in post-conflict and highly volatile countries.

DFID 7324 Support to the Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT) Partnership Agreement Process in Burma/Myanmar

DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT | Published September 24, 2015  -  Deadline October 23, 2015
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Actual CPV code is ‘75211200 Foreign Economic-Aid Related Services’. DFID has agreed to provide support for the preparation and negotiation of Burma’s (Myanmar’s) VPA. This will include a) Technical Assistance to the Government of Burma b) Facilitation services, and c) Financial support to ensure: effective preparation; inputs to negotiations, including stakeholder consultations and communications; development of systems to regulate and enforce law and provide market assurance (legality assurance system), and; supporting the logistics of the negotiation process.

Developing the Old Mill as a Business

Killin and Ardeonaig Community Development Trust Ltd | Published December 10, 2015
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Sks Scotland
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The Killin and Ardeonaig Community Development Trust (KAT) invite tender submissions to select a development team to be led by a business consultant for the Business Development Plan of the Old Mill, Main Street, Killin. KAT has been successful in being invited to submit a Stage 2 funding application to the Big Lottery Fund ‘Growing Community Assets’ and in addition has been invited to submit a Development Application to support the works and services necessary to deliver a robust Stage 2 application. In terms of the capital aspects of the Stage 2 application, the Development Funding Grant will support appointment of the Business Consultant Team funding to develop a business plan, marketing strategy, gaps analysis, option appraisal and financial projections.

Developing the Old Mill as a Business

Killin and Ardeonaig Community Development Trust Ltd | Published August 12, 2015  -  Deadline September 11, 2015
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151000

The Killin and Ardeonaig Community Development Trust (KAT) invite tender submissions to select a development team to be led by a business consultant for the Business Development Plan of the Old Mill, Main Street, Killin. KAT has been successful in being invited to submit a Stage 2 funding application to the Big Lottery Fund ‘Growing Community Assets’ and in addition has been invited to submit a Development Application to support the works and services necessary to deliver a robust Stage 2 application. In terms of the capital aspects of the Stage 2 application, the Development Funding Grant will support appointment of the Business Consultant Team funding to develop a business plan, marketing strategy, gaps analysis, option appraisal and financial projections.

DFID 7375 Phase 2 of Global Mine Action Programme

DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT | Published November 18, 2015  -  Deadline December 14, 2015
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Actual CPV code is ‘75211200 Foreign Economic-Aid Related Services’. The Global Mine Action Programme (GMAP) business case allows for the Department for International Development (DFID) to contract a supplier for land mine and explosive remnants of war (ERW) clearance and mine risk education (MRE) activities in Somalia, South Sudan, Burma and Zimbabwe as part of Phase 2 of the programme The objective is to contribute to the overall impact of the programme – to improve physical security and livelihoods leading to poverty reduction and progress against the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). In particular the supplier will contribute to the following outcomes: •Fewer mines and ERW related injuries and deaths in the target countries, leading to increased personal safety; •Target communities feel safer, leading to increased well-being; •Formerly contaminated land used productively by target communities, and increased access to markets, leading to improved livelihoods; •Target communities have increased access to basic services provided by national governments or NGOs; •Effective mine action programmes increasingly managed by national authorities with minimal outside technical or financial input; •Measurable progress towards Ottawa (Mine Ban) Treaty, Convention on Cluster Munitions and Convention on Conventional Weapons compliance.

DFID 7144 Technical Support Unit (TSU) for Growth, Resources, Opportunities and Wealth Creation in Bihar (GROW BIHAR), India

DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT | Published April 30, 2015  -  Deadline May 11, 2015
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Actual CPV code is ‘75211200 Foreign Economic-Aid Related Services’. DFID has been working with Government of Bihar (GoB) since 2008 through our ongoing governance, health and urban reform programmes. Also, our large civil society programmes address social exclusion and target the state’s poorest and most disadvantaged groups - Dalits, Tribal People, Muslims, disabled people and women. The key objectives of the programme are: a.Improve investment climate for private sector growth b.Boost revenue collection, and strengthen public financial management to make development more effective c.Create jobs, particularly for women, SCs, and Minorities DFID seeks to procure a Technical Support Unit (TSU) for providing specialist technical support to the Departments of Industries, Finance, Commercial Tax (and other revenue earning departments such as excise, revenue and land reforms and Mines) Minority Welfare, Planning and Labour Resources of Government of Bihar. The competing firms will have the option of either bidding as a single firm or as a consortium/joint venture, to deliver the required project outputs. A deliverable based contract will be issued to the selected supplier firm. In case of consortium/joint-venture, a single contract will be issued to the lead consortium partner who will be responsible for managing other partners. The bid should clearly mention that who will be the lead firm, in case of joint venture or consortium partnership. DFID will directly manage the TSU with inputs and guidance from concerned departments of GoB.

AF-Nanyuki: 1505 Civil and Mechanical Works

Ministry of Defence, DIO | Published September 11, 2015  -  Deadline September 25, 2015
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This contract is for a series of works in Nairobi, Nanyuki and Archers Post Training Area to maintain and improve facilities at Key locations. Estimated value excluding VAT: KSH 11,000,000 - KSH 16,000,000 Envisaged minimum number: 3 and maximum number: 4 Objective Criteria for choosing the limited number of candidates: Invitations to tender will be sent on the highest scoring companies following evaluation of information submitted against questions below. Questions: a) Provide full company name, registered office address, primary contact details and full name of all directors. b) Provide overall company structure, including names and qualifications of key employees c) Demonstrate how you will satisfy Local working regulations, specifically working Visas. d) Provide details of any sub-contractors (including contact details) regularly used for specialist work such as mechanical, electrical or design work, and give an outline of tasks previously worked on together. e) Provide outline financial details of the previous 2 trading years f) Submit current company insurance certificates g) Provide examples of similar previous projects including description of overall project and your areas of works, point of contact name and telephone number of clients. h) Provide a statement of your understanding of our requirement as the MOD to work to UK regulations on our estate, and give examples of technical and safety regulations you would expect to be working with. i) Provide a method statement and risk assessment for working inside a high level water tank. The water tanks are accessed by an 8m straight ladder onto the support platform and access to the tank is via a top opening hatch. The tank is 5m x 5m x 2m deep and strong enough to support the workforce walking around inside and on top. The requirements of JSP 375 are to be taken into account.

AF-Nanyuki: 1504 Water Treatment Works

Ministry of Defence, DIO | Published September 8, 2015  -  Deadline September 22, 2015
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This contract is for a series of works in Nairobi and Nanyuki to maintain and improve the water treatment and distribution systems at Key locations. Estimated value excluding VAT: KSH 11,000,000 - KSH 16,000,000 Envisaged minimum number: 3 and maximum number: 4 Objective Criteria for choosing the limited number of candidates: Invitations to tender will be sent on the highest scoring companies following evaluation of information submitted against questions below. Questions: a) Provide full company name, registered office address, primary contact details and full name of all directors. b) Provide overall company structure, including names and qualifications of key employees c) Demonstrate how you will satisfy Local working regulations, specifically working Visas. d) Provide details of any sub-contractors (including contact details) regularly used for specialist work such as mechanical, electrical or design work, and give an outline of tasks previously worked on together. e) Provide outline financial details of the previous 2 trading years f) Submit current company insurance certificates g) Provide examples of similar previous projects including description of overall project and your areas of works, point of contact name and telephone number of clients. h) Provide a statement of your understanding of our requirement as the MOD to work to UK regulations on our estate, and give examples of technical and safety regulations you would expect to be working with. i) Provide a schematic of a water treatment system for water direct from the borehole into delivery method from the tanks. Quality of water is unknown and water at delivery is to be as close to potable as required. All items proposed should be accompanied by trade literature, prices and proposed supplier. They must also be available in country, and not be overly complex to maintain or have a high initial cost or high cost of consumables. Returns to be delivered in hard copy to the WCO on the address above, or left in the tender box at GE Dept office, Kifaru Camp, Kahawa Barracks, Nairobi. If sending returns via the BFPO address above, please e-mail the works contracts officer with a tracking number to let us know your response is en route.

AF-Nanyuki and Nairobi: 1502 - Emergency Water Supply Works

Ministry of Defence, DIO, DIO | Published June 16, 2015  -  Deadline July 14, 2015
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This contract is for a series of works in Nairobi and Nanyuki to facilitate appropriate Emergency Water supply at Key locations. The work includes demolition of existing infrastructure, Installation of water supply tanks and pump units and replacement of inadequate water supply pipework. Estimated value excluding VAT: KSH 12,000,000 - KSH 18,000,000 Duration in months: 2 (from the award of the contract) Type of procedure: Restricted Envisaged minimum number: 3 and maximum number: 4 Objective Criteria for choosing the limited number of candidates: Invitations to tender will be sent on the highest scoring companies following evaluation of information submitted against questions below. Questions: a) Provide full company name, registered office address, primary contact details and full name of all directors. (Yes/No) b) Provide overall company structure, including names and qualifications of key employees (Pass/Fail) c) Demonstrate how you will satisfy Local working regulations, specifically working Visas. (Pass/Fail) d) Provide details of any sub-contractors (including contact details) regularly used for specialist work such as mechanical, electrical or design work. (Yes/No) e) Provide outline financial details of the previous trading year (Pass/Fail) f) Submit current company insurance certificates (Yes/No) g) Provide examples of similar previous projects, Specifically electrical design and installation of large FG Wilson generators, including description of overall project and your areas of works, point of contact name and telephone number of clients. (Scored) h) Demonstrate your understanding of our requirement as the MOD to work to UK regulations on our estate, and give examples of technical and safety regulations you would expect to be working with. (Scored) i) Provide an example risk assessment for the demolition of a timber framed CGI clad building 12m long by 8m wide by 5m high on an occupied camp with adjacent roads each side of the building. (Scored) J). Provide a method statement for deconstruction / demolition of the roof structure of the above detailed building. (Scored) Returns to be delivered in hard copy to the WCO on the address above, or left in the tender box at GE Dept office, Kifaru Camp, Kahawa Barracks, Nairobi. If sending returns via the BFPO address above, please e-mail the works contracts officer with a tracking number to let us know your response is en route. to access ITT document please use access code: 79MNM4J6KG

AF-Nanyuki: 1503 Fire Inspection Works

Ministry of Defence, DIO, DIO | Published June 16, 2015  -  Deadline June 30, 2015
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This contract is for a series of minor works in Nairobi and Nanyuki to carry out the recommended works identified by the Defence Fire Officer. The works include the installation of smoke detectors, fire doors and Non-Maintained emergency lights as well as re-configuring existing systems and providing additional electrical sockets. Invitations to tender will be sent on the highest scoring companies following evaluation of information submitted against questions below. a) Provide full company name, registered office address, primary contact details and full name of all directors. (Yes/No) b) Provide overall company structure, including names and qualifications of key employees (Pass/Fail – must contain hnd / degree level qualifications for any elements of design if no design sub-contractor nominated) c) Demonstrate how you will satisfy Local working regulations, specifically working Visas. (Pass/Fail – must state no visas required, contain Visa details or clear demonstration of ability to obtain working visas in time for contract award for non-kenyan nationals) d) Provide details of any sub-contractors (including contact details) regularly used for specialist work such as mechanical, electrical or design work. (Yes/No, answer supplements pass/fail above – statement of no sub-contractors to be used will be a yes) e) Provide outline financial details of the previous trading year (Pass/Fail – must show annual turnover of at least the contract value and not show a loss for past trading year) f) Submit current company insurance certificates (Yes/No – Companies should have a level of insurance if trading, even if it is increased for each project) g) Provide examples of similar previous projects, Specifically electrical design and installation of large FG Wilson generators, including description of overall project and your areas of works, point of contact name and telephone number of clients. (Scored) h) Demonstrate your understanding of our requirement as the MOD to work to UK regulations on our estate, and give examples of technical and safety regulations you would expect to be working with. (Scored) i) Provide an example risk assessment for the installation of smoke detectors in the apex of a roof space (height approx. 3.5m). (Scored) To access the ITT document use access code: GXTHSDVE7B

DFID 7076 Girl Hub Ethiopia. Yegna – Brand and Media Platform

DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT | Published April 30, 2015  -  Deadline May 19, 2015
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Actual CPV code is ‘75211200 Foreign Economic-Aid Related Services’. Girl Hub Ethiopia (GHE) wishes to contract an Agency to manage the first work stream of its programme - Yegna branded media platform - which encompasses a radio drama & talk show, and music that champions girls and creates a national conversation about their challenges and their potential to overcome the problems. This is a second phase of the GHE programme which is envisaged to start from August 2015 lasting until July 2018. The Yegna brand was successfully created in the first phase of the programme which is coming to an end in August 2015. It is Ethiopia’s first youth brand, designed to reframe girls as a valued and essential part of Ethiopian society, so they feel more connected to their own community and to each other. The Yegna programme also includes a range of non-media outreach activities implemented through partners which are designed to expand Yegna listenership and reinforce its behaviour change messages, particularly in rural areas. The second work stream of the programme - Brokering Action - is aimed at influencing government and non-governmental partners working in Ethiopia to drive greater resources to policies and interventions that improve outcomes for adolescent girls. The third work stream – monitoring, learning and evaluation – will continue building the work achieved in Phase 1 and test how well the Girl Hub model works in Ethiopia and seek to be a significant knowledge builder in this field. The Management Agency will be responsible for implementing key aspects of the Yegna brand platform in the following major areas: • Designing and implementing Brand Communication and Strategy • Brand Development and Implementation (production) • Brokering Activities in relation to Yegna Brand • Support to monitoring progress of Yegna • Communications • Sustainability Planning We are looking for an Agency who is committed to striving for excellence in their output and who will seek out and work collaboratively with world class experts in behaviour change theory, brand strategy, marketing, communications, production of media products and broadcasting to ensure that Yegna continues to be as unique and impactful as possible. We are also looking for an innovative and adaptive team that can vigorously accommodate ongoing monitoring and learning outcomes into its programme model. The Agency is expected to be passionate in ensuring that all of Yegna’s brand principles are honoured in the design, execution and delivery of every aspect of the social communications platform. Formation of consortia is encouraged where necessary to meet the range of requirements which includes world class level media outputs production, effective partnership engagement and outreach, strong financial and programme management, as well as understanding of the local context. For NGOs applying, the new Ethiopian legislation governing Civil Society Organisations needs to be considered.
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