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RFP 2017-06 : Recrutement d’une entreprise pour le Levés topographiques et bathymétriques par la technique LIDAR aéroportée à haute résolution pour la simulation de l’impact de l’ENM sur la zone côtière Ghar El Melh-Sidi Ali Mekki –Kalâat Landalouss

UNDP TUNISIA - TUNISIA | Published September 8, 2017  -  Deadline November 1, 2017
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RFP 2017-06 : Recrutement d’une entreprise spécialisée nationale ou internationale pour le Levés topographiques et bathymétriques par la technique LIDAR aéroportée à haute résolution pour la simulation de l’impact de l’ENM sur la zone côtière Ghar El Melh-Sidi Ali Mekki –Kalâat LandaloussLe programme des Nations Unies pour le Développement (PNUD) en Tunisie, lance une invitation à soumissionner auprès d’entreprises spécialisées nationales ou internationales ou groupement d’entreprises pour le Levés topographiques et bathymétriques par la technique LIDAR aéroportée à haute résolution pour la simulation de l’impact de l’ENM sur la zone côtière Ghar El Melh-Sidi Ali Mekki –Kalâat LandaloussLe Dossier d’Appel d’offres peut être téléchargé sur les sites suivants :- Le Site web du PNUD : http://www.tn.undp.org/operations/offres.html- Le Site de l’ONU en Tunisie : http://www.onu-tn.org/appels_offres.php- UNGM : http://www.ungm.org- UNDP Procurement : http://procurement-notices.undp.org/ Les offres doivent comprendre une proposition technique signée et une proposition financière, placées sous plis scellés distincts (portant respectivement et distinctement la mention «Offre technique» et «Offre financière»), dans deux enveloppes scellées et devront nous parvenir par courrier ou par porteur à l’adresse suivante :A l’attention de Monsieur le Représentant Résident du PNUD en Tunisie,41 bis, impasse Louis Braille – Avenue Louis Braille – Cité El Khadhra – 1003 Tunis, Tunisie.Tel : (216) 31 379 110 // Fax : (216) 71 900 668Votre offre devrait être présentée avec la mention suivante:«NE PAS OUVRIR »« »RFP 2017-06 : Recrutement d’une entreprise spécialisée nationale ou internationale pour le Levés topographiques et bathymétriques par la technique LIDAR aéroportée à haute résolution pour la simulation de l’impact de l’ENM sur la zone côtière Ghar El Melh-Sidi Ali Mekki –Kalâat LandaloussLes offres devront parvenir à l’adresse susmentionnée, par courrier ou par porteur au plus tard le mercredi 1er novembre 2017 à 17h00. Toute offre nous parvenant après cette date sera rejetée. Remarque :Nous disposons du fichier « electronic ESRI shp files » : Courbes de niveau, zones humides, isobathes, Périmètre en milieu terrestre, périmètre en milieu marin et le linéaire côtier. Ces couches sont projetées en WGS_1984_UTM_Zone_32N. Ce fichier est lié à des tables sous un format de cartographie SIG ; Nous ne pouvons donc pas le télécharger sur le Site. Au besoin, prière d’envoyer une requête à l’adresse email : procurement.tn@undp.org pour l’envoi par email de ce fichier.

Tunisie Clearing CSD

 | Published July 4, 2016  -  Deadline August 1, 2016
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1•3      Purpose of this document

In this regard, Tunisie Clearing is issuing a Request for Information (RFI) to request preliminary information from the prospective solution providers on the available CSD solution which could support the requirements outlined in this document.

It will enable the vendors to provide sufficient information for Tunisie Clearing to select a short list of solution providers to which a Request for Proposal (RFP) will be issued.

In addition, the RFI process will help Tunisie Clearing to specify the detailed requirements for the future system and prepare the project implementation schedule.

Solution providers do not need to prepare detailed proposals at this stage. Solution providers should provide basic information regarding capabilities and an indication as to how they would approach working with Tunisie Clearing to achieve this document’s goals.

1•4  Overview of Tunisie Clearing

Tunisie Clearing’s capital is of TND 6.2 Million (Local currency) and is equally held by 30 institutions: 23 brokers and 7 banks.

Tunisie Clearing participants are: banks, brokers, issuers, primary dealers as  well as the Tunisian Treasury and the Central Bank.

Tunisie Clearing main missions are:

  • Central Custody of Secuirities;

In 2015, 517 securities are admitted to Tunisie Clearing services for a total value of TND 30.7 Billions composed as follows:

  • 59% listed securities;
  • 34% Treasury bonds and government bonds;
  • 7% corporate bonds.
  • Securities settlement:

Tunisie Clearing Handles:

  • DVP and corporate actions; The total amount settled in 2015 is of TND 9.9 billions composed as follows:
    • 34% of on-exchange operations including 12% of adjustment operations between banks and brokers;
    •  28% of operations on the primary market;
    • 6% of operations on OTC market;
    • 3% of repo operations;
    • 29 of corporate actions operations.
       
  • FOP operations; These operations have a total value of TND 1 279 Billions of which 72% elated to operations between the Central Bank of Tunisia and banks.

2 •   SPECIFICATIONS

This section provides the functional and technical specifications required for Tunisie Clearing future software solution.

In their expression of interest, vendors are expected to explain how their solution can  support the requirements by choosing one of the following status:

  • OK when the software fulfils the requirement without any further development,
  • DEV when the software fulfils the requirement with an additional development,
  • NOK when the software doesn’t meet the requirement.

2•1      Business requirements
2•1•1Core System Components

 

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Requirement

 

Status

 

Vendor’s Comments

 

1

Describe shortly the Settlement system:

  •     Does   the   system   support   DvP   and   FOP operations?
  • How is irrevocability implemented?
  •  Which   settlement   models   are   implemented(DVP1, DVP2, DVP3)?
  • Can   several   settlement   models   be   used according to the origin of the operations / market type?
  • What are the optimization algorithms used by the system?
  • Do you provide Auto collateralisation processes to    manage    in    real    time    cash    default transactions?

 

 

 

2

Describe       shortly       the        Central        custody system/securities accounting:

  • What type of securities does the system support in  custody?Does  your  solution  provides securities Securities account segregation according to international standards?
  • What  are  the  securities  accounting  principles used by the system?
  • Does   your   solution  provides   Cash  position segregation for payment banks and payment bank clients?
  • Does   your   solution   provide   cash   position management (thresholds on payments...)?            
  • Does your solution allow to manage all type of securities (equities, bonds, treasury bills, Funds) on registered form?

 

 

 

3

Does your solution provide OTC Reporting function for matching and settlement of OTC transactions including Funds transactions? If yes, provide a short description.

 

 

 

4

Data management:

  • As Tunisie Clearing is the Tunisian National Numbering  Agency,   does   your   solution allows to process the codification of all financial instruments and entities according to the different international standards, including ISIN Code, FISN Code, CFI Code, LEI Code allocation?
  • Does  your  solution  allow  debt  securities schedules management?

 

 

 

5

Does your solution provide an orders adjustment/confirmation system dedicated to stock exchange transaction? If yes, provide a short description.

 

 

 

6

Does  your  solution  provide  an  IPO  management system? If yes, provide a short description.

 

 

 

7

Does your solution provide Corporate actions management system? If yes, provide a short description of areas including:     

  • Announcement and reporting
  • Corporate   action   processing   in   line   with international Standards
  • Corporate actions on flows processes

 

 

 

8

Does your solution provide a reporting system, including data warehouse reporting and information dissemination platform? If yes, provide a short description.

 

 

 

9

Does  your  solution  provide  an  optional  Registrar system including

  • Registration management of the holders
  • Accounting system for registered securities
  • Corporate action application for all registered securities
  • Reconciliation with securities accounting
  • Process     for     exchange     of    information regarding registered holders between marketplayers

 

 

 

11

Does your solution provide securities lending/borrowing system? If yes, provide a short description.

 

 

 

12

Does your solution provides a supervision and risk management system? If yes, provide a short description.

 

 

 

13

Does your solution provides fees generating and invoice editing system? If yes, provide a short description.

 

 

 

14

Does your solution provides a forecast management system (for cash and securities)? If yes, provide a short description.

 

 

 

2•1•2Other Components

 

 

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Requirement

 

Status

 

Vendor’s Comments

Moreover could you mention and detail whether your solution provides :

 

15

 

Collateral management system

 

 

 

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Repo platform

 

 

 

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Trade repository/ depository

 

 

 

18

 

Reconciliation system

 

 

 

19

 

Does the system handle the lunar calendar?

 

 

 

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Can the  system  process DVP instructions from  a

CCP?

 

 

 

2•1•3Data entry / Interfaces

Vendors are expected to describe their standard interfaces, either automatic (e.g. SWIFT message) or manual (e.g. screen user interface) to input/retrieve data to/from the following institutions interacting with Tunisie Clearing.

  • Tunisia Treasury
  • Central Bank of Tunisia
  • CMF (Market Authority)
  • Tunis Stock Exchange
  • Banks
  • Brokers
  • Issuers
  • Asset managers
     

For each interface, vendors should provide the following information:

  •   type of information to input/disseminate
  • format (or user interface) general description
  • batch/ real-time

Regarding the user interfaces, vendors are expected to provide materials, which best illustrate the ergonomics of the application:

  • screenshot
  • ability to support several languages
  • Search methods
  • help

Special attention has to be paid on banks and brokers’ interface. Tunisie Clearing is willing to envisage any solution that would facilitate the implementation of the new system within the members. As a consequence, vendors are invited to present any solution that would help. These solutions can be either workstations, centralised or individual back office management systems for brokers and banks.

 

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Requirement

 

Status

 

Vendor’s Comments

 

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"Describe standard and supported connectors and formats
a. Swift supported? Describe supported messages
b. List accounting systems supported"

 

 

 

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Is the system able to directly interface with SWIFT or indirectly through the local infrastructure?

 

 

 

23

Does the solution provide interfaces to integrate or produce streaming flows? If yes please detail principles?

 

 

 

24

What connectors are included in the solution? (eg: ODBC/JDBC, files connectors, J2EE connectors – http, https, EJB, JMX,… - MQ connector, WebService, …)

 

 

 

25

Does the solution support WebsServices to synchronise  interfacing  with  other  applications?  If yes what WebServices languages and protocols are provided by the application?

 

 

 

26

Does the  solution embedded an  ETL  tool? If  not does it provide an interface with one or several market tools? Which ones?

 

 


2•1•4Miscellaneous

 

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Requirement

 

Status

 

Vendor’s Comments

 

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Does the system support Multicurrency?

 

 

 

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Is the system flexible and open enough to allow for easy implementation and interface of new services that may be subsequently required?

 

 

 

29

Is  the  system  able  to  process a  high  volume of transactions?

 

 

 

30

Does the system include Electronic Documentation

Management tools?

 

 

 

31

Does the solution provide Monitoring and operating tools for Tunisie Clearing operations team

 

 


2•2      Technical requirements

 

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Requirement

 

Status

 

Vendor’s Comments

 

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Describe   the    solution’s    technical   architecture rinciples

- Is the system built in three logical layers: (1) Presentation, (2) Business Logic and (3) Data? Please          describe          and          justify          ? The Data layer shall be independent from the Business Logic layer, and the Business Logic layer from the Data layer. The Presentation layer shall not communicate directly with the Data layer.
-    Provide    recommended   detailed   Technology

Architecture
a.Technology Components and their relationships to information systems

b. Technology platforms and their decomposition, showing the combinations of technology required to realize a particular technology ‘‘stack’’
c. Expected processing load and distribution of load across technology components

- Does the system allow physical separation of layers? (in this case the network protocols that are used  for  inter-layer  communication  shall  be specified) ?

 

 

 

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Software architecture:

- List of the main application modules of the solution
- Detail core application modules
-   Detail   the   modules   that   can   be   separately integrated (optional modules)

 

 

 

34

Detail on whish integration infrastructure is the solution relying to ensure connectivity between various application components (eg: MOM, EAI, ESB)

 

 

 

35

List DBMS (incl version) supported by the solution and indicate the recommended DBMS

 

 

 

37

List  the  third  party  software  required  to  run  the solution (incl versions)

 

 

 

38

Application Virtualization:

- Does the solution support a virtualized platforms and solutions (eg. VMWare, …)?

 

 

 

39

Are all functionalities of the solution accessible through a thin Client such as a Web browser? If not, indicate which functionalities / modules are not accessible through the Web.

 

 

 

40

Does  the  solution  provide  a  native  BPM  layer Business Process Management)?

 

 

 

41

Data Referentials:

- What are the internal referentials of the Software?

- Does the solution allow for an external Client referential (eg. Third party referential, securities referential…)?

- Presents the main principles for the data model(eg. Number of objects, number of tables, …)

- Does the solution provide data history? What mechanism are implemented at database level?

 

 

 

42

Data Security:

What are the security mecanisms provided for the data ?

a.     Actor     access     (people     or     systems)
b.  Audit  requirements, e.g.  monitoring, change history,   data   history,   versioning,   archive,   etc.
c. Data protection, e.g. data sharing, private data nd data retention
d. Data encryption,

 

 

 

43

Security and access control:

- Does the system rely on an external source of user and role information for authentication and authorization purposes (i.e. external directory server with the user and role information), where users and application roles will be provisioned?

- Describe users’ and administrators’ authentication into the application (eg: internal or external directories)

-Does the solution rely on a LDAP directories to manage user’s rights profiles? If yes detail the LDAP tools supported (incl versions)?
-Does the solution integrate with SSO (Single Sign On) solutions?

- If the system needs additional authorization information (i.e. to build fine grained authorization not provided within http headers provided by the external trusted source), does it query an external directory  service  through   LDAPv3  over   SSLv3 (either with password or with certificate)?

 

 

 

44

Performance and sizing

-What performance benchmarks or abacus can be provided for generic functionalities of the solution?

-What pre-requisites, technical configurations, minimum  sizing  are  required  to  ensure performance?

-What are the solution to scale (multithreading, Load balancing)

- Does the solution provide load balancing mechanism for the various components of the application? If yes please detail?

 

 

 

45

Audit trail:

- Describe detailed Logs and audit trail

a. What does the vendor offer in terms of audit trail?    Which    modules,    activities,   or    specific operation, procedure, or event are supported?

b. Can log verbose configuration be changed from one environment to another, or from one process to another?

c. How can audit trails be extracted?

- Does the system log the sending and reception of:

a.  external  messages  and  acknowledgements (e.g. SWIFT messages)?

b. internal messages (e.g. alerts)?" Does  the  system  log  the  execution  of  all  batch processes?

Does  the  system  log  the  execution  of  all  batch processes?

 

 

 

46

Data Archiving

- Does the system offer a means to export data in a solution independent, structured, self described text/XML format?

 

 

 

47

Description of the high availability mechanisms used under the proposed architecture

Description of how the proposed solution could be implemented while preserving data recovery/business continuity solutions

Strategy of the vendor vis-à-vis the Business Continuity Plan (BCP)? The Business Resumption Plan?

 

 

 

48

Integrity:

The replication must be asynchronous between primary and secondary sites resulting of the distance. How do you guarantee the integrity and the consistency of the data between the differents parts of the application?

a. restart on the base of a cold backup

b. restart on the base of the data after a system failure (power outage for instance)

c. restart on the base of an asynchronous data replication (precise if restrictions)

 

 

 

49

IT Continuity:

- Can the system run on multi nodes in order to eliminate single points of failure?

 

 

 

50

Description of the dependence of the proposed solution to a particular network, operating system, database or specific hardware

 

 


3•2      Schedule

Vendors may express their interest by Monday, August 1st, 2016, 1 pm, Tunis time, by email to the addresses listed above.
The vendors may submit their questions until Thursday, July 21st, 2016, 6 pm, Tunis time, to the email address above.

Following steps:

16/09/2016

Issuing of the RFP

21/10/2016

Submission of technical and financial offers

Mid December 2016

Solution choice

December 2017

End of implementation of the solution.

Kindly note that this calendar is an indicative schedule of the implementation steps.

3•3      Expression of interest

Vendors are requested to express their interest to address the requirements as specified in the RFI. The Expression of Interest must be submitted in accordance to the following form:

A.   Table of Contents
B.   Global Overview of the company
C.  Presentation of systems and services
D.  Project Methodology of the vendor
E.   Reference Sites of vendors and clients
F.   Property and vendor relationship management
G.  Appendices

Expressions of Interest should be limited to 50 pages. Additional reference material may be provided in the appendices.

Expressions of Interest may be submitted electronically in Microsoft Word or Adobe Acrobat format.

A.   Table of Contents
B.   Global Overview of the company

This section should contain the following information:

-     Name and full address of the primary contact
-     Information  on  the  company.  Brief  history,  initial  year  of  operation,  number  of employees, sectors of activity, contacts, address of locations of activity, revenue and profit/loss (this year and last year)

 

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Requirement

 

Status

 

Vendor’s Comments

 

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- Please list your company name, business address,headquarters location, …

- Describe your structure and stockholders.

- Please provide your company organization chart

 

 

 

52

Revenue & profit

-  Please  provide  the  last  3  years  revenues  and profits

- Please provide the last 3 years R&D Investments

 

 

 

53

Employees:

- Please indicate employees breakdown - by geographical  location  and  by  typology (sales,business consultant, technical consultant, R&D, help Desk, training, consultancy, quality management …)

 

 

 

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Development strategy:

- Please indicate whether the Company has experienced any significant structural changes in its organisational structure in the past five years (i.e. mergers and/or acquisitions). Moreover, please state if there are any plans of this nature for the next three years

 

 

 

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Customers information:

- Number and names of new customers in 2015,

2014  2013,  2012  –  North  Africa,  Europe  and worldwide

 

 

C.  Presentation of systems and services
This section should provide:

-     a detailed description of the systems (name, version, certifications) and services offering
-     the specification tables filled according to chapter 2 above.

D.  Project Methodology of the vendor
This  section should  include  a  description of  the  proposed methodology and  approach  to  systems migration.

Particular interest will be addressed to:

-     Projects: typical milestones and timing of major phases

-     Project  management:  structure  describing  relationships  between  the  supplier’s project team and the local resources
-     Human resources of Tunisie Clearing required for the project
-     Management of issues/problems during the project
-     Budget management, budget checks

 

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Requirement

 

Status

 

Vendor’s Comments

 

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Product Support:

- Is there a hot line support for the solution?
- Location of the hotline service covering Tunisia?
-  What  are  the  uptime  of  the  hotline  (days  and times)?
- What are the spoken languages within the hotline desk?

 

 

 

57

Development and parameterization

-    On    what    hardware     platform    the    software developed?
-Is   a    development   environment    provided   with solution? If yes, please detail which conditions?
- What tools are used to parametrize the solution?
-    detail   the    functional   perimeter    covered   by parameterization of the solution?

 

 

 

58

Installation:

- What are the main steps to install the solution?
-   What    tools   are    made    available    to   deploy components of the application on the servers?
What  is  the  average  length  of  a  complete  re- installation of the solution?

 

 

 

59

What major steps are recommended to implement the  solution,  including  recommended  deliverables and their owner?

 

 

 

60

Documentation:

- What is the user documentation supplied with the software? in which language ?
- What is the functional documentation supplied with the software? in which language ?
- What is the technical documentation supplied with the software? in which language?
- What is the operating documentation supplied with the software? in which language ?
-" Does the product provide any kind of e-learning module? If yes, provide further description.
- Is it possible to customize this e-learning module content to the customer need?"

 

 

 

E.   References Sites of vendors and clients

Vendors should provide a list of references. The companies or institutions must be prepared to discuss their experiences with Tunisie Clearing.
Each reference should include details on:

-     Client name and market profile
-     Contact (Name, mail, tel)
-     Size and nature of the project carried out
-     Project Date
-     Any major adaptations required for the integration of systems
-     Project team composition
-     Time to complete the project
-     Final costs

F. Property and vendor relationship management

Vendors should describe their approach regarding the contractual framework for the implementation, licence and maintenance of the system
In particular, the areas of interest are:

-     Software licencing model
-     Length of the maintenance contract.

G.  Appendices

Separate sections that may contain additional documents such as:

-     Documentation on the architecture, products and services
-     Commercial documentation
-     Case studies, functional and technical presentations
-     Financial reports


3•4      Evaluation criteria
Expressions of interest will be evaluated according to the following criteria:

The capability of and resources available for the prospective suppliers to perform the particular contract satisfactorily, taking into account their experience and past performance on similar contract.

It will be important for suppliers to have a successful implementation of their systems or services in terms of third party Reference Sites / Client Details.

All Suppliers will be evaluated equally.

4 •   CONDITIONS GOVERNING THE EXPRESSION OF INTEREST

4•1      Confidentiality

During the period that the Expression of Interest are being dealt with and after the parties have reached an agreement, the parties shall keep all confidential information obtained from or in connection with this RFI itself and the business affairs of the parties (“Confidential Information”) and shall not disclose the Confidential Information or part thereof to any third party. Information already in public domain are not considered as confidential.

This confidentiality undertaking shall also apply to the staff, employees, officers, and agents of the parties who have received or acknowledged the Confidential Information.

4•2      General

  • This RFI is not governed by any general terms and conditions. The details or this RFI are subject to change without prior notice.
  • This RFI is for reference only; it does not create any legal binding obligation, except Chapter 4 of this RFI.
  • If, for whatever reason, the parties fall to reach an agreement, Tunisie Clearing shall not be required to provide the other parties with any form of compensation for damages or costs.
  • Under no circumstances are Tunisie Clearing, its subcontractors, its officer(s) or its director(s) liable for any losses, damages or expenses arising out or related to this RFI.
  • This  RFI  contains  only  the  principal  provisions  of  the  assignment  and  the  contents  are  not exhaustive.
  • Tunisie Clearing is not obliged to issue an RFP following this RFI nor to select particular vendor(s) to receive an RFP.
  • Tunisie Clearing is not obliged to disclose the details of its evaluation of RFI responses.
  • Clarification requests on this RFI, from potential Suppliers, will be handled through the email address provided by Tunisie Clearing. Tunisie Clearing reserves the right to distribute such clarifications to all potential Suppliers.
  • The Supplier’s staff, its agents and partners must not make direct contact with Tunisie Clearing staff other than through the official channels and format specified in this document. Failure to adhere to this process may disqualify the party from future involvement in this procurement process.
  • Tunisie Clearing may request additional information from a Supplier or make direct contact following the RFI response submission. This contact request will be made formally and does not negate any other provisions stated in this RFI.
  • The Supplier bears all of its own costs for supplying its RFI response.
  • Suppliers selected from the RFI stage, and eligible to take part in the RFP stage, will receive further detailed information to respond to.

 

 

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