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Support to the Establishment of Public Financial Management Systems, Somalia.

Procurement | Published November 20, 2015
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75211200

This is a Prior Information Notice (PIN) Only: Publication and Call for Competition will be Conducted Once Scope of Work is Fully Defined and Approved. DFID is seeking to procure a Service Provider to deliver advice, training, grant management and IT systems support to help establish and consolidate public financial management systems in the emerging Federal States of Somalia. The Service Provider is expected to provide the following services to each of the emerging Federal States: — Technical advice on the establishment of public financial management systems, ranging from strategic advice on sequencing and priorities to operational advice on processes and resources (including staffing); — Training on the skills required to operate public financial management systems, including mentoring for senior officials; — Procurement and commissioning of a Financial Management Information System (FMIS), including pre-financing if necessary, allowing the establishment of a Treasury Single Account; — The provision of limited on-budget grant support to the Emerging States, to finance some initial capital projects as a means to demonstrate system effectiveness.

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

Procurement | Published September 2, 2015  -  Deadline October 5, 2015
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79412000

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.

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

Department for International Development (DFID) | Published June 20, 2015
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75211200

This is a Prior Information Notice Only: 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.

Support to the Establishment of Public Financial Management Systems in the Emerging Federal States o

Department for International Development (DFID) | Published January 15, 2016  -  Deadline February 19, 2016
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79412000, 75211200

DFID is seeking to procure a Service Provider to deliver advice, training, grant management and IT systems support to help establish and consolidate public financial management systems in the emerging Federal States of Somalia. The Service Provider is expected to provide the following services to each of the emerging Federal States: — Technical advice on the establishment of public financial management systems, ranging from strategic advice on sequencing and priorities to operational advice on processes and resources (including staffing), — Training on the skills required to operate public financial management systems, including mentoring for senior officials, — Procurement and commissioning of a Financial Management Information System (FMIS), including pre-financing if necessary, allowing the establishment of a Treasury Single Account, — The provision of limited on-budget grant support to the Emerging States, to finance some initial capital projects as a means to demonstrate system effectiveness.

Support to the Establishment of Public Financial Management Systems in the Emerging Federal States of Somalia.

Procurement and Commercial Department | Published January 15, 2016  -  Deadline February 19, 2016
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79412000, 75211200

DFID is seeking to procure a Service Provider to deliver advice, training, grant management and IT systems support to help establish and consolidate public financial management systems in the emerging Federal States of Somalia. The Service Provider is expected to provide the following services to each of the emerging Federal States: — Technical advice on the establishment of public financial management systems, ranging from strategic advice on sequencing and priorities to operational advice on processes and resources (including staffing), — Training on the skills required to operate public financial management systems, including mentoring for senior officials, — Procurement and commissioning of a Financial Management Information System (FMIS), including pre-financing if necessary, allowing the establishment of a Treasury Single Account, — The provision of limited on-budget grant support to the Emerging States, to finance some initial capital projects as a means to demonstrate system effectiveness.

Support to the Establishment of Public Financial Management Systems in the Emerging Federal States of Somalia

Procurement and Commercial Department | Published April 20, 2017
Winner
Adam Smith International Ltd
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79412000, 75211200

DFID is seeking to procure a Service Provider to deliver advice, training, grant management and IT systems support to help establish and consolidate public financial management systems in the emerging Federal States of Somalia. The Service Provider is expected to provide the following services to each of the emerging Federal States: — Technical advice on the establishment of public financial management systems, ranging from strategic advice on sequencing and priorities to operational advice on processes and resources (including staffing) — Training on the skills required to operate public financial management systems, including mentoring for senior officials — Procurement and commissioning of a Financial Management Information System (FMIS), including pre-financing if necessary, allowing the establishment of a Treasury Single Account — The provision of limited on-budget grant support to the Emerging States, to finance some initial capital projects as a means to demonstrate system effectiveness.

DFID 7440 Support to the Establishment of Public Financial Management Systems in the Emerging Federal States of Somalia

 | Published January 21, 2016  -  Deadline February 19, 2016
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75211000

Actual CPV code is ‘75211200 Foreign Economic-Aid Related Services’. DFID is seeking to procure a Service Provider to deliver advice, training, grant management and IT systems support to help establish and consolidate public financial management systems in the emerging Federal States of Somalia. The Service Provider is expected to provide the following services to each of the emerging Federal States: • Technical advice on the establishment of public financial management systems, ranging from strategic advice on sequencing and priorities to operational advice on processes and resources (including staffing) • Training on the skills required to operate public financial management systems, including mentoring for senior officials • Procurement and commissioning of a Financial Management Information System (FMIS), including pre-financing if necessary, allowing the establishment of a Treasury Single Account • The provision of limited on-budget grant support to the Emerging States, to finance some initial capital projects as a means to demonstrate system effectiveness

Implementation of the Regional Facility for Strengthening Transnational Responses to Countering Illicit Financial Flows, Corruption and Organised Crime in Africa (CIFFs)

Procurement | Published August 18, 2016
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Implementation of the Regional Facility for Strengthening Transnational Responses to Countering Illicit Financial Flows, Corruption and Organised Crime in Africa (CIFFs).

Support for Local Government Public Financial Mangement Reform in Tanzania.

Procurement | Published April 4, 2017
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75211200

DFID Tanzania is currently designing a programme to strengthen economic governance in Tanzania which will commence from July 2017. This will have four main thematic pillars: — Macro-fiscal engagement — Public Financial Management (PFM) Reforms — Tax Policy & Administration Reforms — Evidence-based policy making and stakeholder engagement Under the PFM reform component, DFID is currently supporting GoT to design PFMRPV. One of the key strategic objectives will be to ‘Improve Public Financial Management in Local Governments’. Under the new phase, the LGA sub-component will be scaled up to cover all 26 regions and 188 LGAs. This will include technical assistance procured by DFID, in partnership with the Government of Tanzania, to complement the financial assistance provided through the PFMRPV basket fund. Under the current phase, DFID is supporting PFM reforms in Local Government Authorities (LGA's) in 10 regions (which equates to 67 authorities) through the PFM basket fund. This is complemented by technical assistance procured by DFID in partnership with Government of Tanzania. This phase of support will end in June 2017. Estimated cost between 4 000 000,0 and 5 000 000,0Currency:GBP Divided into lots? No

Independent Expenditure Verification and Financial Management Audit of Tawanmandi Legacy Grants

Procurement | Published June 4, 2016
Winner
Moore Stephens
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75211200

The UK's Department for International Development (DFID) is implementing a 20 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 1-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.

Independent Expenditure Verification and Financial Management Audit of Tawanmandi Legacy Grants.

Procurement | Published October 29, 2015  -  Deadline November 30, 2015
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75211200

The UK's Department for International Development (DFID) is implementing a 20 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 1-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 7400 Financial Sector Stability Programme, Nepal

 | Published February 23, 2016
Winner
PricewaterhouseCoopers Private Limited
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75211000

Actual CPV code is '75211200 Foreign Economic-Aid-Related Services'. Overview Through this TOR, DFID is seeking the services of a supplier to undertake the implementation of Lot 3 of DFID Nepal’s Programme, Accelerating Investment and Infrastructure (AiiN). The Programme is scheduled to run until March 2020 and will have three main results areas: Output 1: Increased Investment in Large Scale, Growth Enhancing Infrastructure Output 2: Streamlined Economic Policies and Regulations to Promote Growth Output 3: Subnational Growth enhanced through a combination of economic policies and infrastructure delivered locally.

DFID 7400 Financial Sector Stability Programme, Nepal - Contract Amendment No. 1

DEPARTMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT | Published August 30, 2016
Winner
PricewaterhouseCoopers Private Limited
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75211000

Actual CPV code is ‘75211200 Foreign Economic-Aid Related Services’. Contract Amendment No. 1

Forensic Audit and Forensic Investigative Audit Services

Procurement | Published November 18, 2016
Winner
PwC UK
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79210000, 75211200

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.

Forensic Audit and Forensic Investigative Audit Services.

Procurement | Published July 4, 2015  -  Deadline August 11, 2015
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79210000, 75211200

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 6088 Service Provider for Implementation, Management, Monitoring and Evaluation of The Kenya Essential Education Programme (KEEP) Amendment No.2

Department for International Development | Published December 4, 2014
Winner
Adam Smith International 3 Albert Embankment, London, SE1 7SP
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75211200

DFID Kenya has developed KEEP as a flexible programme to provide the financial and technical assistance required on both the ‘supply’ side of education (such as increasing numbers of teachers and classrooms) as well as the ‘demand’ side (such as enhancing the ability of families to send their children to school

Technical Assistance for Implementation of DFID Nepal's National Health Sector Programme 3.

Department for International Development (DFID) | Published March 18, 2017
Winner
Crown Agents Ltd
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71356200

DFID sought to engage Supplier(s) to deliver technical assistance to support the implementation of the DFID Nepal's National Health Sector Strategy 3, 2016-2020. The overarching objective of the NHSP3 programme is to improve the health of women, children, the poor and socially excluded in Nepal, including by restoring health services in areas affected by the 2015 earthquake, and improving the quality and governance of health services nationwide. Sub-objectives are to: ii. to enhance the impact, effectiveness, accountability and value for money of DFID's financial aid to the health sector; iii. support to the MoH and DoHS to implement the National Health Sector Strategy 2015-2020 and achieve the results outlined in the NHSS Results Framework and DFID's NHSP3 logframe (Annex 4); iv. support the MoH and DUDBC to improve the policy environment and build the capacity of the MoH and DUDBC in respect to health infrastructure and undertake essential retrofitting/rehabilitation of at least 2 hospitals; v. support the Ministry of Health to strengthen the Nepal's health sector fiduciary systems; and to help ensure that that DFID's financial aid to the health sector is spent accountably, transparently, delivers good value for money and promotes procedural integrity of MoH's financial management and procurement practice. This tender (NHSP 3 Delivery) had three (3) Lots to support the implementation of this programme: 1. General Health Technical Assistance (GHTA) — will support capacity development, through embedded TA, of the Ministry of Health (MoH) and Department of Health Services. This will support implementation of the National Health Sector Strategy 2015-2020, in particular DFID focus areas. 2. Retrofitting and Health infrastructure Technical Assistance (RHITA) — will support, through embedded TA, MoH and the Department of Urban Development and Building Construction (DUDBC — the government's in-house consulting engineers who act as a Supplier to MoHP) in the design, construction procurement, and delivery of appropriate retrofitting and reconstruction solutions for at least 2 prioritized hospitals; support capacity building of the MoH/DUDBC health infrastructure; and support the MoH/DUDBC to develop and implement evidenced based policy, guidelines and regulatory frameworks. 3. Health Sector Procurement and Public Financial Management (PPFM) — will support DFID in providing procurement, financial and fiduciary risk oversight on behalf of the pooled donors. TA will not be embedded and will be delivered independently from GHTA and RHITA.

Technical Assistance for Implementation of DFID Nepal's National Health Sector Programme 3

Department for International Development (DFID) | Published July 22, 2016  -  Deadline August 19, 2016
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75211200, 71356200

DFID is looking for a Supplier(s) to deliver technical assistance to support the implementation of the DFID Nepal's National Health Sector Strategy 3, 2016-2020. The overarching objective of the NHSP3 programme is to improve the health of women, children, the poor and socially excluded in Nepal, including by restoring health services in areas affected by the 2015 earthquake, and improving the quality and governance of health services nationwide. Sub-objectives are to: ii. To enhance the impact, effectiveness, accountability and value for money of DFID's financial aid to the health sector; iii. Support to the MoH and DoHS to implement the National Health Sector Strategy 2015-2020 and achieve the results outlined in the NHSS Results Framework and DFID's NHSP3 log-frame (Annex 4) iv. Support the MoH and DUDBC to improve the policy environment and build the capacity of the MoH and DUDBC in respect to health infrastructure and undertake essential retrofitting/rehabilitation of at least two hospitals v. Support the Ministry of Health to strengthen the Nepal's health sector fiduciary systems; And to help ensure that that DFID's financial aid to the health sector is spent accountably, transparently, delivers good value for money and promotes procedural integrity of MoH's financial management and procurement practice. This tender (NHSP 3 Delivery) contains 3 Lots to support the implementation of this programme: 1. General Health Technical Assistance (GHTA) — will support capacity development, through embedded TA, of the Ministry of Health (MoH) and Department of Health Services. This will support implementation of the National Health Sector Strategy 2015-2020, in particular DFID focus areas. 2. Retrofitting and Health infrastructure Technical Assistance (RHITA) — will support, through embedded TA, MoH and the Department of Urban Development and Building Construction (DUDBC — the government's in-house consulting engineers who act as a Supplier to MoHP) in the design, construction procurement, and delivery of appropriate retrofitting and reconstruction solutions for at least 2 prioritized hospitals; support capacity building of the MoH/DUDBC health infrastructure; and support the MoH/DUDBC to develop and implement evidenced based policy, guidelines and regulatory frameworks. 3. Health Sector Procurement and Public Financial Management (PPFM) — will support DFID in providing procurement, financial and fiduciary risk oversight on behalf of the pooled donors. TA will not be embedded and will be delivered independently from GHTA and RHITA. Further details can be obtained from the Terms of Reference published as part of this Tender.

Technical Assistance for Implementation of DFID Nepal's National Health Sector Programme 3

Department for International Development (DFID) | Published July 22, 2016
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75211200, 71356200

DFID is looking for a Supplier(s) to deliver technical assistance to support the implementation of the DFID Nepal's National Health Sector Strategy 3, 2016-2020. The overarching objective of the NHSP3 programme is to improve the health of women, children, the poor and socially excluded in Nepal, including by restoring health services in areas affected by the 2015 earthquake, and improving the quality and governance of health services nationwide. Sub-objectives are to: ii. To enhance the impact, effectiveness, accountability and value for money of DFID's financial aid to the health sector; iii. Support to the MoH and DoHS to implement the National Health Sector Strategy 2015-2020 and achieve the results outlined in the NHSS Results Framework and DFID's NHSP3 log-frame (Annex 4) iv. Support the MoH and DUDBC to improve the policy environment and build the capacity of the MoH and DUDBC in respect to health infrastructure and undertake essential retrofitting/rehabilitation of at least two hospitals v. Support the Ministry of Health to strengthen the Nepal's health sector fiduciary systems; And to help ensure that that DFID's financial aid to the health sector is spent accountably, transparently, delivers good value for money and promotes procedural integrity of MoH's financial management and procurement practice. This tender (NHSP 3 Delivery) contains 3 Lots to support the implementation of this programme: 1. General Health Technical Assistance (GHTA) — will support capacity development, through embedded TA, of the Ministry of Health (MoH) and Department of Health Services. This will support implementation of the National Health Sector Strategy 2015-2020, in particular DFID focus areas. 2. Retrofitting and Health infrastructure Technical Assistance (RHITA) — will support, through embedded TA, MoH and the Department of Urban Development and Building Construction (DUDBC — the government's in-house consulting engineers who act as a Supplier to MoHP) in the design, construction procurement, and delivery of appropriate retrofitting and reconstruction solutions for at least 2 prioritized hospitals; support capacity building of the MoH/DUDBC health infrastructure; and support the MoH/DUDBC to develop and implement evidenced based policy, guidelines and regulatory frameworks. 3. Health Sector Procurement and Public Financial Management (PPFM) — will support DFID in providing procurement, financial and fiduciary risk oversight on behalf of the pooled donors. TA will not be embedded and will be delivered independently from GHTA and RHITA. Further details can be obtained from the Terms of Reference published as part of this Tender.

DFID 7120 Strengthening Transparency, Accountability & Responsiveness in Ghana – Phase II

 | Published October 21, 2015
Winner
Christian Aid
cpvs
75211000

Actual CPV code is ‘75211200 Foreign Economic-Aid Related Services’. Objective The aim of the contract is to provide technical, legal and financial management advisory support for STAR to deliver its active citizenry and grant making objectives and to enable STAR to transition from a well performing project to a body corporate entity driving and supporting active citizens in Ghana.