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JM Rural Economic Development Initiative - P105122

Jamaica Social Investment Fund | Published January 30, 2015  -  Deadline March 25, 2015
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National Irrigation Commission Limited - Provision Of Industrial Well Pump Set ? Manchester No. 73284 INVITATION FOR BIDS Rural Economic Development Initiative(REDI) LoanNo. 7769 JM TheGovernment of Jamaica has received a loan from the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development  towards the cost of the RURAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE (REDI)PROJECT,  and it intends to apply part of the proceeds of this loan to cover payments under thefollowingcontract: National Irrigation Commission Limited - Provision of Industrial Well Pump Set ?Manchester (#73284) Bid No. 6142 1.                 Jamaica Social Investment Fund now invitessealed bids from eligible bidders for the National Irrigation Commission Limited -Provisionof Industrial Well Pump Set ? Manchester.   The scope of worksinvolve the supply, delivery on site, installation and testing of:  1. One (1) deep well submersible electric pump and motor complete with column and check valveassembly, 2. One (1) VSD Motor Control Centres (MCC) 415 volt (complete with electrical cables and connecting to system), 3. One (1) Pump manifold assembly with fittings as shown in the drawings at Plumwood Well. Thedelivery/installation period is Nine (9) months. Local Bidders must be Tax Compliant  and be registered with the National ContractsCommission (NCC) at the time of bid opening in the category "Industrial, Construction Equipment and Machinery"  (See www.ocg.gov.jm). International Bidders must be registered with the National Contracts Commission (NCC) at the in the category "Industrial,Construction Equipment and Machinery"  andprovide a valid Tax Compliance Certificate (TCC)  prior to award ofcontract. Bids shallbe accompanied by a Bid Security in the amount of Jamaican Dollars Six Hundred and Seventy-one Thousand  Six Hundred and Twenty (JMD$671,620.00) 2.   Bidding will be conducted through theInternational  Competitive Bidding (ICB) procedures specified in the World Bank's Guidelines: Procurement of Goods, Works, Non-Consulting Services under IBRD Loans and IDACredits Consultants (RevisedJanuary2011), and is open to all bidders from Eligible Source Countries as defined in the guidelinesand the Government of Jamaica Handbook of Public Sector Procurement Procedures (Revised March 2014), Volume 2 of 4 Procedures forthe Procurement of Goods, General Services & Works. 3.   Interested eligible bidders may obtainfurther information from: The General Manager Finance& Procurement Jamaica Social InvestmentFund Ground Floor, TheDorchester 11 OxfordRoad Kingston 5, (Entrance onNorwood Avenue) Jamaica Phone:876-968-4545, e-mail: contracting@jsif.organd inspect the BiddingDocuments. 4.        Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from and inspect the bidding documents at the Jamaica SocialInvestment Fund at the address below from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Bid collectionperiod Tuesday, February 2, 2015 to Tuesday,   March 24, 2015.    All bidsmust be submitted in printed copy.A complete set ofbidding documents in English may be purchased byinterested bidders on the submission of a written Application to theaddress below and upon payment of a non-refundable feeof Two Thousand Five Hundred Jamaican Dollars (JMD2,500.00) for printed copy or  Five Hundred JamaicanDollars (JMD500.00) forCompact Disc (CD)   in cash or certified cheque made payable to the Jamaica SocialInvestment Fund.  All bids must be submitted inprinted copy.   Original and Copy of the bid must be submitted inaccordance with Instruction to Bidders ORIGINAL AND COPY OF THE BID MUST BE SUBMITTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH INSTRUCTION TO BIDDERS Bids must be delivered to the address below by 12:00 noon on Wednesday, March25, 2015. Late bids will be rejected. Bidswill be opened in the presence of bidders' representatives who choose to attend at the address below at 12:05 p.m. on Wednesday, March 25, 2015. The Distribution of Bidding Document Form can be down loaded from our website at http://www.jsif.org/jsif_bids.asp Jamaica Social Investment Fund General Manager Finance &Procurement Ground Floor, The Dorchester 11 Oxford Road Kingston 5, Jamaica (Entrance on Norwood Avenue) Tel: (876) 968-4545/ Fax: (876) 929-3784 E-mail: contracting@jsif.org Website:  www.jsif.org

JM Foundations for Compet & Growth - P147665

Planning Institute of Jamaica | Published March 3, 2015  -  Deadline March 18, 2015
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Jamaica Logistics Hub Initiative Market Analysis And Master Plan JAMAICA FOUNDATIONS FORCOMPETITIVENESS AND GROWTHPROJECT Loan No.:8408-JM Assignment Title: Jamaica Logistics HubInitiative (LHI) Market Analysis and MasterPlan Reference No. (asper Procurement Plan): FCG/CON/011 The Government of Jamaica has receivedfinancing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Foundations for Competitiveness and Growth Project, and intends to apply partof the proceeds for consulting services. The consulting services ("theServices") include: The preparation of a Market Analysis andMaster Plan for the establishment ofJamaica as a global logistics hub. The Master Plan must emphasize the development of special economiczones, industrial parks, logistics facilities, sea port, and airport infrastructure development. The primary objectives of the LHIMarket Analysis and Master Plan are to: ?  Analyze recent trends in international trade and foreigndirect investment in Jamaica and globally?particularly in countries that could potentially compete with Jamaica in attractingtransshipment trade and investment; ?  Determine best practices in the establishment of LogisticsHubs; ?  Identify market demand for logistics services as a resultof the Panama Canal expansion; ?  Identify sectors and activities with most potential for theJamaica Logistics Hub; ?  Develop Jamaica Logistics Hub value proposition andmarketing messages; ?  Act as a developmental roadmap for Government of Jamaicaministries, departments, and agencies, so that all are aligned with a single vision and direction that allows a comprehensivestrategy for orderly and coordinated development of the LHI; ?  Balance conflicting land use needs, such as industry,commerce, housing, parks, wetlands, forest reserves, recreation, culture, entertainment, transport, security,and communityfacilities given the constraints of Jamaica's limited land area; ?  Consolidate the disparate development plans for keyinfrastructure such as ports, airports, Special Economic Zones (SEZs), road, rail, power, water, waste water treatment, andtelecommunications; ?  Inform the integrated resource plan for the provision ofutilities such as water, electricity, waste water treatment, and telecommunications; ?  Encourage a diverse array of subsequent investmentproposals for public and private projects in land, air, and marine infrastructure development, and power, water,waste watertreatment, and telecommunications infrastructure; ?  Facilitate the development of SEZs catering to enterprisesthat can warehouse, exhibit, pack,unpack, design, assemble, manufacture, repair, package, label, and transship all kinds ofproducts, raw materials, components, packaging materials, containers and other commercial items for local consumption, exportationor re-exportation, and make recommendations on potential sites; ?  Make recommendations onthe development of hard and softinfrastructure to support the LHI, including upgrades to utilities, road networks, commercial facilities, residential development,and institutions such as schools, hospitals, recreational facilities, and the like; ?  Make recommendations onthe types of jobs and human resourcedevelopment that may be needed to ensure coherent development of the Logistics Hub. These elementsshould be seen as componentsof an overall phased development strategy that requires coordinated planning and implementation.The anticipated duration of the contract is 14 months from contract signature. The Planning Institute of Jamaica nowinvites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing theServices. Interested Consultantsshould provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform theServices. The shortlisting criteria are: Financial Capacity i.            Current ratio(current assets/current liabilities) must be at least 2 for the last financial year ii.            Annual turnover for2011 to 2014 should exceed US$750,000.00 Technical Capacity iii.            Significant global experience working onlogistics, industrial infrastructure, and transportation infrastructure, evidenced by having successfully worked on at least 2contracts in related fields in the last 5 years; iv.            Experience in urban and industrial planningand civil engineering evidenced by having successfully worked onat least 2 contracts in related fields in the last 5 years; v.            Global experience advising companies onlocation strategies and decisions, and proven ability of leveraging insight gained from this experience for advising governments oneconomic development and inward investment strategies; vi.            Significant global experience working with governments andeconomic development agencies on competitiveness and economic development strategies, and ability to draw upon international bestpractices. The attention of interested Consultantsis drawn to paragraph1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits& Grants by World Bank Borrowers dated January 2011, revised July 2014  ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict ofinterest. Consultants may associate with otherfirms in the form of a joint venture or a sub-consultancy to enhance their qualifications. A Consultantwill be selected in accordance with the Quality andCost Based Selection method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Further information can be obtained at the address below duringoffice hours. Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to theaddress below (in person, or by mail, or by fax, or by e-mail) by March18, 2015.

JM Foundations for Compet & Growth - P147665

Planning Institute of Jamaica | Published November 6, 2015  -  Deadline November 30, 2015
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Feasibility Study For The Caymanas Special Economic Zone (csez) The Government of Jamaica has receivedfinancing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Foundations for Competitiveness and Growth Project, and intends to apply partof the proceeds for consulting services. The consulting services ("the Services") include: The preparation ofa comprehensive feasibility study for the CSEZ inJamaica that considers the best uses (industrial, ICT, transshipment, commercial, worker housing, etc.) and development phasing ofthe approximately 1,400-acre(566.56-hectare) CSEZ site, in a manner that is financially feasible for a private developer, PPP, orother arrangement. The zone will operate under the rubric of Jamaica's SEZ policy, and the feasibility study analyses andrecommendations should reflect said policy. The study should also draw upon best practices in the Caribbean and those linked totransshipment hubs globally, as well as consider the particular circumstances that affect private investors in Jamaica.  The study should make recommendations on the development model to beused to develop the CSEZ, e.g. PPP or other. The feasibility study will be divided into two parts. Upon completionof Part I, the Consultant shall provide a mid-study oral presentation to the Enterprise Team[1] and other relevant stakeholders (includingMIIC, UDC, and others to be determined) for approval before commencing Part II of the study. Part I (Tasks 1 through 7) of thestudy should be implemented within a period of (4) months, and Part II (Tasks 8 through 11) should be implemented within a periodof seven (7) months. Theexpected deliverables are as follows: PARTI 1.      A statement on the vision for the CSEZ, as agreed upon with the Enterprise Team, and anagreed upon scheduleof interim briefings to core stakeholders throughout Part I of the project. 2.      The Consultant shall conduct a detailed site assessment of the designated 1,400-acre(566.56-hectare) site for the CSEZ. The assessment shall examine the characteristics, opportunities, and constraints of the CSEZsite, and identify potential fatal flaws. The report should include site overview map(s). 3.      A hydrology and hydraulic study of the drainage for the Caymanas Estates Development Area,preliminary designs, and estimated costs. 4.      An off-site infrastructure assessmentreviewing existing conditions and constraints andidentifying required improvements required to serve the CSEZ. 5.      A transportation assessment that includes: a) cargo flows and shipment patterns?currentand potential; b) state and cost competitiveness of Jamaican cargo transportation networks and systems; and c) recommendations forimproving transportation networks for the benefit of the CSEZ. 6.      A Market Analysis that discusses the competitive position of the CSEZ vis-à-vis comparatorlocations, identifies industry sectors most likely to locate in the CSEZ based on trade, investment and trend analyses, andprovides sector profiles and operating parameters. This market analysis will be informed by the LHI Master Plan.  The Consultant shall describe any variances between the Vision for theCSEZ and market realities. 7.      Utilizing the outcome of the Market Analysis, the Consultant shall prepare a demandforecast for the CSEZ, citing Critical Success Factors. The twenty-year demand forecasts for at least two scenarios that includesenterprises, land, pre-built facilities, power, water, and employment. The Consultant shall deliver a demand forecast methodology,description of scenarios, written analysiswith associated graphs, and data spreadsheets. PART II 8.      Development of a concept master plan and infrastructure requirements including a land useplan, zoning plan, phasing plan, and design guidelines for the CSEZ, and all associateddrawings. 9.      Determination of financial feasibility of the CSEZ utilizing project CAPEX, OPEX andrevenues; financial model and cost-benefit model; model scenarios and outputs, financial recommendations for developing the CSEZ inthe most feasible manner; description of financial risks; and guide on how to use the models. 10.   An examination of various types of public-private optionsfor development of the CSEZ, and the Consultant's recommendation of which one the GoJ should pursue. Financial and cost-benefitmodel outputsthat demonstrate the most appropriate public-private development arrangement, and strategies for locating a developerunder such arrangement. 11.  Preparation of an Implementation Action Plan for development of the CSEZ. The Implementation Plan should act as a roadmapfor implementing the CSEZ project for the GoJ, including conducting an Environmental Impact Assessment[2], conducting adeveloper search, upgrading key infrastructure, commencing zone construction, developing SEZ institutions, and other importantsteps to ensure the success of the zone. The plan should identify the required tasksfor each component with associated timeframesand key milestones. These elements shouldbe seen as componentsof an overall phased development strategy that requires coordinated planning and implementation. The anticipated duration of thecontract is eleven (11) months. The Planning Institute of Jamaica nowinvites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing theServices. Interested Consultantsshould provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform theServices. The shortlisting criteria are: i.          Significant global experience working on the development of SpecialEconomic Zones, industrial infrastructure, transportation infrastructure, as well as urban and industrial planning evidenced by having successfully worked on at least 2 contracts inrelatedfields in the last 5 years; ii.          Significant experience preparing demand forecasting and financial modelingwith at least 10 years relevant experience. iii.          Experience in hydrology and civil engineering (including surveyor and CADexpertise) evidenced by having successfully worked on at least 2 contracts in related fields in the last 5 years; iv.          Global experience advising companies on location strategies and decisions,and proven ability of leveraging insight gainedfrom this experience for advising governments on economic development, inwardinvestment strategies, strategic competitiveness, and abilityto draw upon international best practices. The attention of interested Consultantsis drawn to paragraph1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits& Grants by World Bank Borrowers dated January 2011, revised July 2014  ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict ofinterest. The Consultancy Firm may associate withother firms in the form of a joint venture or a sub-consultancy to enhance their qualifications. A Consultancy Firm will be selected in accordance with the Qualityand Cost Based Selection method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Further information can be obtained at the address below duringoffice hours. Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to theaddress below (in person, or by mail, or by fax, or by e-mail) by November 30,2015. [1] An EnterpriseTeam is an appointed committee by Cabinet, under the PPP and PrivatisationProgrammes, (as guided by the Privatisation and PPP Policies), which ensures that allprocesses and actions undertaken in the Business Case and Transaction Stages are consistent with the respective policies.Enterprise Teams provide strategic guidance and supervise the work of project teams; approve project plans and appointment ofexternal advisers; and make strategic and commercial decisions for the project,as needed. [2] The NationalEnvironmental and Planning Agency (NEPA) shall determine whether an Environmental Impact Assessment or a Strategic EnvironmentalAssessment (SEA) is required for the CSEZ project.

JM Strategic Public Sect Transformation - P146688

STRATEGIC PUBLIC SECTOR TRANSFORMATION PROJECT | Published February 26, 2015  -  Deadline March 19, 2015
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Consultant Firm To Undertake Information And Communication Technology Platform Upgrade Of The Bureau Of Standrads Jamaica REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CONSULTANT FIRMTO UNDERTAKE INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM UPGRADE OF THE BUREAU OF STANDRADS JAMAICA COUNTRY                           : JAMAICA PROJECT NAME              : STRATEGICPUBLIC SECTOR TRANSFORMATION     PROJECT IBRD LOAN NO.               : 8406 JM PROJECT NO.                   :P146688 COMPONENT                    : INDUSTRIAL GROWTH AND TRADEFACILITATION BID NO                                 :8406JM-COM5A-QCBS-005 SELECTION METHOD  : QUALITY AND COST BASED SELECTION The Government of Jamaica (GOJ) has received loan financing fromthe International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) towards the cost of the Strategic Public Sector TransformationProject (SPSTP) and intendstoapply part of the proceeds for consulting services. The Project Development Objective (PDO) is to strengthen public resource management and supportselected public sector institutions in facilitating a more enabling environment for private sectorgrowth. The Bureau of Standardsof Jamaica (BSJ), as an implementing entity with theMinistry of Finance and Planning (MoFP), intends to undertake the upgrading ofits ICT infrastructure to: (a)   Facilitate the implementation of international standards such asISO 27001 Information Security Management System (b)   Integrate/replace all databases and data capture mechanisms currently used in differentfunctionalareas of the BSJ (c)    Automate (as far as possible) all processes involved in the provision of services to clients(internal and external) (d)  Allow for transitionto apaperless system of managing all aspects of the BSJ's operation (e)   Allow for inter-linking with ICTsystems of external agencies with which the BSJ has significant operational links. INVITATION The Ministry of Finance and Planning now invites eligible firms/consultancy teams to indicate their interest in providingthe consultancy services to upgrade the ICT platform to the requirements above.  Consultancy Firms must submit their Expression in writing to outline thefollowing information: 1.       Copy of Firm's registration certificate; 2.       Curriculum Vitae of members of the consultancy team; 3.      Evidence of relevant experience of (a) firm and (b) members of consultancy team in the ICT field 4.      Evidence of experience of (a) firm and(b) members of consultancy teamin thedevelopment of similar projects in multi-functional institutions 5.       Evidenceof success of (a) firm and (b) members of consultancy team in thedelivery of ICT systems to a multi-disciplinary group ofusers. 6.       Evidence of experience of (a) firm and (b) members of the consultancy team in the provision of ICTinfrastructure/platform training 7.      Evidence of Project Managementtraining of members of the consultancy team. The consultancy willhave duration of 12 consecutivemonths. The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants [under IBRD Loans andIDA Credits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers 2011 ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy onconflict of interest. Consultantsmay associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a subconsultancy to enhance their qualifications. A Consultantwill be selected in accordance with the Quality and Cost Based Selection method set out in the Consultant Guidelines.  Clarification to the Request for Expressions of Interest may beobtained by sending an email to spstp@mof.gov.jm, or fax1(876)932-5977 or mail to theaddress below. Expressions of interest must bedelivered in a written form to the address below by mail or by e-mail at spstp@mof.gov.jm by Thursday, March 19, 2015. . Interested consultants may submit Expression of Interest to: The Procurement Officer Strategic Public SectorTransformation Project Ministry ofFinance and Planning 30 National HeroesCircle Kingston, JamaicaWI
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