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Transport Sector Improvement Project - P151026

Ministry of Transport | Published June 5, 2016  -  Deadline July 5, 2016
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Consultancy Services For The Review Of The National Transport Policy (2008) REPUBLIC OF GHANA TRANSPORT SECTOR PROJECT CONSULTANCY SERVICES FORTHE REVIEW OF THE NATIONAL TRANSPORT POLICY (2008) Credit No: 4600 - GH Requestfor Expression ofInterest This request for expression of interest follows the general procurement notice for this project that appeared in DevelopmentBusiness No. 45233120 of 20th April, 2009. The Ministry of Transport (MOT) and The Ministry of Roads & Highways (MRH) of theRepublic of Ghana has received acredit from the International Development Association (IDA)to support projects being implemented by its agencies, and intends to apply part of the proceeds of this credit to payments under Consultancy Services for the Review of the National Transport Policy(2008). The objectives of the assignment would be to: ·         critically assess the content and detailofthe National Transport Policy in terms of existing state of the transport sector in Ghana in line with best internationalpractice. This assessment should look in detail chapter by chapter at the Policy as well as at the Strategic Goals. ·         critically assess the efforts made toimplement the National Transport Policy in terms of what was required to be implemented, who was responsible, what implementationprocesses wereestablished and what progress has been made and highlight areas of focus for improvements and make concreterecommendations on how implementation of the NTP can be improved ·         identify gaps within existing policy and planning frameworks and recommend concrete actions that can betaken within an updated National Transport Master Plan to address them. The Ministry of Transport, together with the Ministry of Roads and Highways now invites eligible consulting firms("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide informationdemonstrating that they have the required qualificationsand relevant experience to perform the Services (brochures, description ofsimilar assignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc.). The shortlisting criteria are that allconsultants responding to this Request for Expressions of Interest must have at least ten (10) years of relevant consultancyexperience in institutional support to transport sector organizations across Africa. Consultants will be selected inaccordance with the procedures setout in the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection andEmployment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers, January 2011, revised July 2014 ("Consultant Guidelines"). The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's ConsultantsGuidelines setting forth the World Bank's policyon conflict of interest. Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a sub-consultancy to enhance theirqualifications. AConsultant will be selected in accordance with the Selection based on Consultant's Qualification (CQS) method set out in theConsultant Guidelines. The assignment will be implemented in the period from January, 2017 ? June,2017. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours from 09:00 to17:00 hours GMT, Monday through Friday: Name: GODWIN GADIKOR / PROSPER AMEWODE E-mail: gadikor30@yahoo.com /pee134@hotmail.com Tel. No.: 0244 61 89 23 / 0243 27 83 08 Expressions of interest must be hand-delivered to the address below by 16:00 hoursGMTon Tuesday,5th July, 2016[BG1] . The envelope must be clearly labeled on the outside 'Expression of Interestfor Consultancy Services for the Review of theNational Transport Policy (2008) and addressed to: THE CHIEF DIRECTOR MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT PRIVATE MAIL BAG MINISTRIES ACCRA, GHANA FIRST FLOOR, ROOM B7 [BG1]Please allow 4 weeks from advertisement date tosubmission date.

GH-Transport Project SIL (FY09) - P102000

MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT | Published April 7, 2015  -  Deadline April 30, 2015
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Consultancy Services For Public Expenditure And Institutional Review Of The Transport Sector Request for Expression of Interest This requestfor expression of interest follows the general procurement notice for this project that appeared in Development Business No.45233120 of 20th April, 2009. The Ministry of Transport (MOT) and The Ministry ofRoads & Highways (MRH) of the Republic of Ghana have received a credit from the International Development Association(IDA) to support projects being implemented by its agencies, and intends to apply part of the proceeds of this credit to payments under Consultancy Services for Public Expenditure and Institutional Review of the TransportSector. The services will cover the utilizationof public resources in the sector and will also include a review of the capacities of the implementing agencies to adapt to aconstantly changing transportation environment. The objectives of the PEIR would be to: ·         present updated assessments and forecasts of the performance of the transport sector and public financesinvolved in the sector, which would be based on more recent data collected for such things as a National Freight Origin-DestinationMatrix, National Airport Systems Plan and Port trafficforecasts; ·         critically assess the reforms that the Government is making and the Government's priorities and spendingplans for the next 5 years ·         review the efficiency of the respective agencies responsible for providing this integratednetwork This study will seek to address a seriesof policyquestions. These are: ·         What are the mechanisms and options to improvefinancing of the transportsector? ·         How can the institutional framework and systems for delivering transport infrastructure and servicesbe improved? ·         How can the quality of public investment projects be maintained and operational life of assets createdbe increased? ·         How can the selection and management of public investment projects in the transport sector be improved to ensurebetter value for money? ·         It is expected that the study will be undertaken over a 6 month period. The Ministry ofTransport andthe Ministry of Roads and Highways now invite eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest inproviding the Services. As part of the shortlisting criteria, interested Consultants shouldprovide information demonstrating thatthey have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services (brochures, description of similarassignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc.). In addition to the aboveinformation, consultants responding to thisRequest for Expressions of Interest must have at least ten (10) years of relevant consultancy experience in institutional supportto transport sector organizations across Africa. Consultants will be selected in accordance with theprocedures set out in the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment ofConsultants by World Bank Borrowers, January 2011 ("Consultant Guidelines"). The attention of interested Consultantsis drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Consultants Guidelines setting forth theWorld Bank's policy on conflict of interest. Consultants mayassociate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a sub-consultancy to enhance theirqualifications. A Consultant will beselectedin accordance with the Selection based on Consultant's Qualification (CQS) method set out in the ConsultantGuidelines. Theassignment will be implemented in the period from July, 2015 ? December,2015. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours from 09:00 to 17:00 hoursGMT, Monday through Friday: Name: PROSPER AMEWODE / GODWIN GADIKOR E-mail: pee134@hotmail.com / gadikor30@yahoo.com Tel. No.: 0243 27 83 08 / 0244 61 89 23 Fax: 0302 ? 68 17 81 Expressions ofinterest must be hand-delivered to the address below by 16:00 hours GMT on Thursday, 30th April,2015. The envelope must beclearly labeled on the outside 'Expression of Interest for ConsultancyServices for Public Expenditure and Institutional Review of the Transport Sectorand addressed to: THE CHIEF DIRECTOR MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT PRIVATE MAIL BAG MINISTRIES ACCRA, GHANA FIRST FLOOR, ROOM B7

EOI – Ghana - Consulting Services of Review of Intelligent Traffic Management System - Accra Urban Transport Projects – AUTP

 | Published August 3, 2017
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EOI – Ghana - Consulting Services of Review of Intelligent Traffic Management System - Accra Urban Transport Projects – AUTP

Transport Sector Improvement Project - P151026

Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) | Published June 7, 2016  -  Deadline June 30, 2016
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Consultancy Services For System Analysis And Design REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST DRIVER AND VEHICLE LICENSING AUTHORITY (DVLA) TRANSPORT SECTOR IMPROVEMENT PROJECT (TSIP) ?P151026 CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN Assignment Title:Consultancy for System Analysis and Design Reference No. 1 The Government of the Republic of Ghana has applied for a credit from the International DevelopmentAssociation (IDA), towards the cost of the Transport Sector Improvement Project (TSIP) and intends to apply part of the proceeds ofthis credit to payments under the contract for Consultancy Services at the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority(DVLA) for system analysis and design. The consulting services include: 1.     Undertake an "as-is" businessprocess assessment and propose the "to-be" business process inclusive of the envisaged improved business workflow. 2.      Undertake requirement analysis to facilitate integrating of existing and future systems 3.      Design suitable architecturefor integration\Propose requirement for new systems or replace existing system. The assignment is intended to be completed within a period of eight (8) months. The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) nowinvites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultantsshould provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services(brochures, description of similar assignments,experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc.). Consultants may associate with other firmsto enhance their qualifications. Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a sub consultancy to enhance theirqualifications. Evidence and detailed description of consultant's experience and expertise indeployment of similar assignments over the last five years in the world and in sub SaharanAfrica. Specific areas of submissionevaluation will be a.      Business processanalysis b.      Systems analysis including use of test plansto demonstrate integration. c.      Softwaredevelopment/customization. AConsultant will be selected in accordance with the procedures set out in the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment ofConsultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers (January 2011 and revised in July 2014).Selection based on Consultant's qualifications (CQS) method shall be adopted in the selection process. The attention of interested Consultantsis drawn to paragraph 1.9 of thesame Guidelines, setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. Interested Consultants may obtain further information from the address below from 9:30a.m to 4:00p.m on weekdaysexcluding holidays from   9th June,  2016. Expressions of Interest (one (1) signed original, three (3) hard copies and one (1) electronic (pdf-file) of the original)must be delivered to the address below by 10:00 hours GMT on 30th June, 2016 The Chief Executive Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority(DVLA) Box 9379 KIA, Switch Back Road, opposite Parks &Gardens Cantonments, Accra-Ghana. Attn: Head, Procurement Email: bobtayy@gmail.com Contact No: +233244538111 Deputy Director MIS Email: a.abebrese@dvla.gov.gh Contact No: +233205696601

GH-Transport Project SIL (FY09) - P102000

Ministry of Roads and Highways | Published May 13, 2016  -  Deadline June 16, 2016
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Individual Consultant To Provide Technical Assistance To Mrh Team Reviewing National Tolling Policy Note: This REOI was originally published in UNDB on 16 May 2016 (DBReference Nº: WB2181-05/16) with submission deadline of May26, 2016. This is just to extend the submission deadline without anychange in the content. Individual consultants are to note that the deadline for submission of  Expressionof  Interest for the above services is hereby extended from 26th May, 2016  to 16th June,2016. REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OFINTEREST Republic of Ghana Transport SectorProject Loans No CR 46000 Project ID:P102000 Assignment Title:  Individual Consultant to provide technical assistance to MRHreviewing national Tolling Policy Reference No. MRH/IDA/TSP/IC/S-14 The Governmentof the Republic of Ghana (hereinafter called"Borrower") has received financing from the International DevelopmentAssociation (IDA)(the "Bank") in the form of a credit (hereinafter called "Credit") toward the cost of Transport Sector Project. The Ministryof Roads and Highways (MRH) intends to apply aportion of the proceeds of this credit to eligible payments under thecontract forwhich this Letter of Invitation is issued. Payments by the Bank will be made only at the request of the Client and upon approval bythe Bank, and will be subject, in all respects, to the terms andconditions of the financing agreement. The financing agreementprohibits a withdrawal from the Credit account for the purpose of any payment to persons or entities, or for any import of goods,if such payment or import, to the knowledge of the Bank, is prohibited by a decision of the United Nations Security Council takenunder Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations. No party other than the Borrower shall derive any rights from the financingagreement or have any claims to the proceeds of the credit. The Ministry of Roads and Highways (MRH) now invites individual consultants tosubmit curriculum vitae (in the attached format) to provide the consulting services for revision of the Tolling Policy of Ghana(hereinafter called "Services"). More details on the services are provided in the attached Terms of Reference (TOR) Theindividual consultants will be selected in accordance with the procedures set out in the World Bank's Guidelines:Selection andEmployment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDACredits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers ("Consultant Guidelines"). The attentionof interested Consultants is also drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the Consultant Guidelines, setting forth the World Bank's policy onconflict of interest. The Terms ofReference for the assignment is shown below. The Ministryof Roads and Highways (MRH) now invitesindividual consultants to send their expression of interest together with information ontheir qualifications and relevant experience and CV (in the attached format) to provide the consulting services for revision of theTolling Policy of Ghana (hereinafter called "Services"), by e-mail, mail or in person to the contact information listed belowbyJune 16, 2016. Ministry of Roads and Highways Attn:Mr.Godwin J. Brocke, the Ag. Chief Director Contactperson: Mr. Edmund Offei-Annor, Project Coordinator, Transport Sector Project Address: P. O.Box M57 Pension Road  4th Floor, Room 407,Accra Tel:(+233) 30266 15 75 Fax: (+233) 30266 7935 E-mail:gkaddison@hotmail.com TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANT FORREVISION OF TOLLING POLICY 1          Background The Toll Policy for Ghana, developed in 2003 suited the prevailingconditionsof the network at the time. In 2003 the National Road Network sizes  for trunk roads was 12,696km,urban roads 5,013km and feeder roads 32,595km and theroad condition mix was 41% poor,26% fair and 34% good. The paved national network in good condition increased on the average of about 8.4% whiles the poor sections experienced adecrease from 2003 to 2005.Currently, the road network and condition has changed significantly with its consequent maintenancecost. The total network size as of 2013 was 71,063km with 45%in good condition,25% fair and 30% in poor condition. The constructioncost andmechanisms for tolling of roads  have alsochanged considerably. The coverage of road maintenance relative to the maintenance needsof thenetwork is only about 50% which leads to a backlog of maintenance works reflecting negatively on the current network condition.Tollcollection mechanism currently used results in perceived high leakages of tolls collected robbing the country of effective useof the fundsraised. The institutional framework and the current mechanisms for toll collection are issue which must be consideredand addressed in the revised Toll Policy. There is also the need to streamline or formalizethe rationale for toll setting andintroduce a formula for toll revision to ensure the Road Fund is adequately and sustainably resourced. Furthermore, the drive towards public-private partnership has gathered a lotof momentum over the years by reason of limited budget resources and budget allocations for infrastructure development andmaintenance in the country including roads. The National Policy on Public ?Private Partnerships (PPPs) was therefore prepared in2011 to encourageprivate finance of infrastructure and also as a means of leveraging public resources with private sector resourcesand expertise to deliverefficient public infrastructure and services. There is currently a draft PPP Bill before Cabinet forconsideration. The Tolling Policy mustbe appropriately aligned with the legislation on PPPs in terms of theinstitutional regulatoryand legal framework for toll collection for road projects executed with Government subvention on one hand and others implementedunder PPPs on the other hand. All the above issues raised have necessitated the revision of the TollingPolicy to provide sustainable measures to improve on the road user contribution to road maintenance throughtolls. 2          Objective of Assignment The aimof this assignment is to provide technical assistance to the MRH team that will be reviewing the national tolling policy. The ToRfor the MRH team is available upon request. Specifically, the consultant will be expected to: 1.       Work with the MRH team to develop the revised tollingpolicy 3          Scope: Theassignment will include: 1.       Studying existing tolling policy and mechanisms being used in Ghana and othercountries to inform and guide the review of the policy 2.       Review all documents relevant tothe assignment 3.       Legislative review of existing laws related to tolling inGhana 4.       Facilitate consultative workshops 5.       Discussing issues raised and making recommendations for the team toeffectively complete the assignment 6.       Hold meetings with the team to discuss his inputs and clarification atvarious stages of the assignment 7.       Reviewing and providing comments/inputs into draft documents produced by theteam 8.       Assist in drafting Cabinet memosand discussion paper for thepolicy 9.       Any other technical advise the team may require for theassignment 4          Schedule: Theschedule of the assignment will be in line with the schedule for the team drafting the revised tolling policy. The input of theconsultant will be a total of 20 weeks as follows: Item No Activity Duration Deliverables 1 Formation/inauguration ofcommittee 1 day 2 DeskStudy and local fieldvisits 3weeks 1st Draft 3 Presentation of  1st draft to MRH &Agencies 1 day 4 Review of 1st draftdocument 1 week Reviewed 1st draft 5 Field visit (External StudyTour) 2 weeks Study report 6 Incorporate comments and field visitobservations 2 weeks 2nd Draft 7 Review of 2nd draftdocument 1 week Reviewed 2nd draft 8 Stakeholder ConsultationWorkshop 4 days 9 Draft Final policy document anddiscussion paper 5 weeks Draft FinalPolicy 10 Review of draft policypaper 1 week Reviewed Draft policy and discussionpaper 11 Drafting of Cabinet Memo anddiscussion paper on Policy 5 weeks Draftcabinet Total 20weeks 5          Qualification of Expert: TheIndividual consultant is expectedto be a Transport Policy Analyst or a related professional with; ·         An educational background in transportation. ·         A minimum of a master's degree in transportationplanning/road engineering management or its equivalent. ·         A minimum of 15years working experience in thearea of transport policy development/evaluation and assessment of road maintenance funds. ·         An experience in the African Region ·         Excellent ability in speaking and writingEnglish

GH-Transport Project SIL (FY09) - P102000

Ministry of Roads and Highways | Published January 13, 2015  -  Deadline February 26, 2015
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Procurement Of Asphalt Laboratory Equipment, Pavement And Traffic Engineering Research Equipment And Accessories For Kwame Nkrumah University Of Science And Technology INVITATION FOR BIDS (IFB) REPUBLIC OFGHANA MINISTRY OF ROADS ANDHIGHWAYS TRANSPORT SECTORPROJECT CREDIT NO:4600-GH PROCUREMENT OF ASPHALT LABORATORYEQUIPMENT, PAVEMENT AND TRAFFIC ENGINEERING RESEARCH EQUIPMENT AND ACCESSORIES FOR KWAME NKRUMAH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE ANDTECHNOLOGY MRH/IDA/TSP/ICB/G-14 INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIVEBIDDING 1.                 The Government of Ghana has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Transport Sector Project, and intends to apply part of theproceeds toward payments under the contract forProcurement of Asphalt Laboratory Equipment, Pavement and Traffic EngineeringResearch Equipment and Accessories for Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. 2.         The Ministry of Roadsand Highways acting on behalf of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders forProcurement of AsphaltLaboratory Equipment, Pavement, Traffic Engineering Research Equipment and Accessories, Ref No: MRH/IDA/TSP/NCB/G-14, made upof two (2) lots as follows: Item Description Quantity BidSecurity Lot 1 Asphalt LaboratoryEquipment and Accessories 66 2% of Bid price Pavement ResearchEquipment 10 Lot 2 Traffic EngineeringResearch Equipment 14 2% of Bidprice Bidders must price for all the goods in alot. Bidders wishing to offer discounts will be allowed to do so, provided those discounts areincluded in the Letter ofBid. 3.         Bidding will be conducted through the International Competitive Biddingprocedures as specified in the World Bank's Guidelines: Procurement of Goods under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by WorldBank Borrowers (January 2011"Procurement Guidelines"), and is open to all eligible bidders asdefinedin the Procurement Guidelines. In addition, please refer to paragraphs 1.6 and 1.7 setting forth the World Bank's policy onconflict of interest. 4.         Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from Ministry of Roads and Highways,Ormsby Road, Accra and inspect the bidding documents from 08:00 to 17:00hours GMT at the address I given below. 5.         A complete set of bidding documents in English may be purchased by interestedeligible bidders upon the submission of a written applicationto the address I below and upon payment of a non-refundable fee ofThree Hundred Ghana Cedis (GH¢300.00).  Themethod of payment will be in Bank Draft. 6.         Bids must be delivered to the address Ibelow on or before 26th February 2015 at 10:00GMT. Electronic bidding will not be permitted. Late bids will be rejected. Bids will be publicly opened in the presence of the bidders' designatedrepresentatives and anyone who chooses to attend at the address II below on 26th February 2015 at 10:30GMT. 7.         All bids must be accompanied by a Bid Securityin the amount specifiedabove. 8.         The addresses referred to above are: Address I: The ChiefDirector Ministry of Roads andHighways Ormsby, road -Accra P. O. Box M.57,Accra 4th Floor, room407. Address II: (location for bidopening) Ministry of Roads and Highways Conference room, 4thFloor Accra.

Transport Sector Improvement Project - P151026

GHANA HIGHWAY AUTHORITY | Published October 5, 2015  -  Deadline October 26, 2015
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Consultancy Services For The Assessment Study To Implement Output And Performance Based Road Contracts For The Upgrading Of Tatale ? Zabuzugu ? Yendi ? Tamale Road (section R 201) 165.8km And For Selected Feeder Roads In The Brong-ahafo Region, Northern REPUBLIC OF GHANA MINISTRY OF ROADS AND HIGHWAYS GHANA HIGHWAY AUTHORITY REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES ? FIRM SELECTION) COUNTRY: GHANA NAME OF PROJECT: TRANSPORT SECTOR IMPROVEMENT PROJECT (TSIP) LoanNo./Credit No./ Grant No.:P151026 Assignment Title: Consultancy Services for the Assessment Study to Implement Output and Performance Based RoadContracts for the Upgrading of Tatale ? Zabuzugu ? Yendi ? Tamale Road (Section R 201) 165.8km and for Selected Feeder Roads in theBrong-Ahafo Region, Northern Region, Upper East Region, andUpper West Region: (600km) Reference No. (as per Procurement Plan):___________________ The Government of the Republic of Ghana requested financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Transport Sector ImprovementProject (TSIP) and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services. The consulting services ("the Services") include theAssessment Study to Implement Output and Performance Based Road Contract (OPRC) for the Tatale ? Zabuzugu ? Yendi ? Tamale Road(section R 201) 165.8km; and for SelectedFeeder Roads in the Brong-Ahafo Region, Northern Region, Upper East Region, and Upper West Region: (600km) The services shall be carried out with the view to among others collect, verifyand undertake the following: Consistency of roadnetwork to be included in OPRC contractExisting pavementcharacteristics and conditionFWD, geotechnicalstudies, IRI, structures, Slopes and cuts, horizontal and vertical alignmentTraffic counts,vehicle categories, overloadingand future growthDifferent road usesalong project roads requiredifferent approachesRisk identification,allocation and costsRecommend Levels ofServiceEnd-of-contract roadconditionConceptual design:Options and Cost Benefit Analysis, Road Structure design, Technically viable options, Cost benefitanalysis, Financial and Paymentmodels.Environmental, socialand other screeningCostestimateFinancialmodelPrepare AssessmentReport, bidding documentsAssist withprocurement activities The services are estimated to be implementation over asix (6) month period. The GhanaHighway Authority (GHA) and Department ofFeeder Roads (DFR) now invite eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicatetheir interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have therequired qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. The primary shortlisting criteria are (i) experience withthe development and implementation of longer term performance-based contracts that include both rehabilitation and maintenanceservices; (ii) experience with road condition assessments from collecting the actual information and data, undertaking theassessments and providing considered implementation options for potential implementation. The attention of interested Consultants is drawn toparagraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants IDACredits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers January 2011 revised July 2014("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the WorldBank's policy on conflict of interest. In addition, please refer to the followingspecific information on conflict of interest related to this assignment: Conflict of Interest 1.9 Bank policy requires that consultants provideprofessional, objective,and impartial advice and at all times hold the client's interests paramount, without any consideration forfuture work, and that in providing advice they avoid conflicts with other assignments and their own corporate interests.Consultants shall not be hired for any assignment that would be in conflict with their prior or current obligations to otherclients, or that may place them in a position of being unable to carry out the assignment in the best interest of the Borrower.Without limitation on the generality of the foregoing, consultants shall not be hired under the circumstances set forth below: (a) Conflict between consulting activities andprocurement of goods, works, or non-consulting services (i.e., services other than consulting services covered by theseGuidelines8): A firm that has been engaged by the Borrower to provide goods, works, or non-consulting services for a project, orany affiliate that directly or indirectly controls, is controlled by, or is under common control with that firm, shall bedisqualified from providing consulting services resulting from or directly related to those goods, works, or non-consultingservices. Conversely, a firm hired to provide consulting services for the preparation (before Loan effectiveness) or implementationof a project, or any affiliatethat directly or indirectly controls, is controlled by, or is under common control with that firm,shall be disqualified from subsequently providing goods, works, or services (other than consulting services covered by theseGuidelines) resulting from or directly related to the consulting services for such preparation or implementation. This provisiondoes not apply to the various firms (consultants, contractors, or suppliers) which together are performing the Contractor'sobligations under a turnkey or design and build contract. (b) Conflict among consulting assignments: Neitherconsultants (including their personnel and sub-consultants), nor any affiliate that directly or indirectly controls, is controlledby, or is under common control with that firm, shall be hired for any assignment that, by its nature, may be in conflict withanother assignment of the consultants. As an example, consultants assisting a client in the privatization of public assets shallneither purchase, nor advise purchasers of, such assets. Similarly, consultants hired to prepare Terms of Reference (TOR) for anassignment shall not be hired for the assignment in question. (c) Relationship with Borrower's staff: Consultants(including their experts and other personnel, and sub-consultants) that have a close business or family relationship with aprofessional staff of the Borrower (orof the project implementing agency, or of a recipient of a part of the loan) who are directlyor indirectly involved in any part of: (i) the preparation of the TOR for the assignment, (ii) the selection process for thecontract, or (iii) the supervision of such contract may not be awarded a contract, unless the conflict stemming from thisrelationship has been resolved in a manner acceptable to the Bank throughout the selection process and the execution of thecontract. (d) A consultant shall submit only one proposal,either individually or asa joint venture partner in another proposal. If a consultant, including a joint venture partner, submitsor participates in more than one proposal, all such proposals shall be disqualified. This does not, however, preclude a consultingfirm to participate as a sub-consultant, oran individual to participate as a team member, in more than one proposal whencircumstances justify and if permitted by the RFP. Consultants may associate with other firms in theform of a joint venture or a sub-consultancy to enhance theirqualifications. Interested firms must organize their Expression ofInterest in the following order: Chapter 1; i) Company Profile, ii) Legal Status (Certificateof Incorporation), iii) Letter ofintent of Association, if necessary, iv) organizational chart, a list of Board of Directors, and beneficial ownership. Chapter 2; i) Experience of atleast two (2) assignments each with a scope and nature similar to what is stated above during the last 10 years, ii) A summary ofsimilar assignments undertaken as a lead partner, iii) A summary of assignments undertaken in the project country (Ghana) and inSub Saharan Africa, giving the client name and the year in which the assignment was carried out, and Chapter 3; i) Experience indonor funded projects. The document must properly be paged, and a table of content provided. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Quality- and Cost-Based Selection methodset out in the ConsultantGuidelines. Further information can be obtained at the address below duringoffice hours i.e. 08;30 to 17;00 hours. Expressions of interest must be delivered (Original plus two hardcopies and a pdf-electronic copy) to the address below (in person, or by mail, or by fax, or by e-mail) by the 26thOctober, 2015. THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE GHANA HIGHWAYAUTHORITY ROOM 314 HEAD OFFICE, ORNSBY ROAD P.O BOX GP1641, ACCRA. TEL: +233 302 663922 FAX: +233 302 665571 E-mail:ce@highways.gov.gh

Transport Sector Improvement Project - P151026

GHANA HIGHWAY AUTHORITY | Published October 5, 2015  -  Deadline October 6, 2015
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Consultancy Services For The Assessment Study To Implement Output And Performance Based Road Contracts For The Upgrading Of Tatale ? Zabuzugu ? Yendi ? Tamale Road (section R 201) 165.8km And For Selected Feeder Roads In The Brong-ahafo Region, Northern R REPUBLIC OF GHANA MINISTRY OF ROADS AND HIGHWAYS GHANA HIGHWAY AUTHORITY REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES ? FIRM SELECTION) COUNTRY: GHANA NAME OF PROJECT: TRANSPORT SECTOR IMPROVEMENT PROJECT (TSIP) LoanNo./Credit No./ Grant No.:P151026 Assignment Title: Consultancy Services for the Assessment Study to Implement Output and Performance Based RoadContracts for the Upgrading of Tatale ? Zabuzugu ? Yendi ? Tamale Road (Section R 201) 165.8km and for Selected Feeder Roads in theBrong-Ahafo Region, Northern Region, Upper East Region, andUpper West Region: (600km) Reference No. (as per Procurement Plan):___________________ The Government of the Republic of Ghana requested financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Transport Sector ImprovementProject (TSIP) and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services. The consulting services ("the Services") include theAssessment Study to Implement Output and Performance Based Road Contract (OPRC) for the Tatale ? Zabuzugu ? Yendi ? Tamale Road(section R 201) 165.8km; and for SelectedFeeder Roads in the Brong-Ahafo Region, Northern Region, Upper East Region, and Upper West Region: (600km) The services shall be carried out with the view to among others collect, verifyand undertake the following: Consistency of roadnetwork to be included in OPRC contractExisting pavementcharacteristics and conditionFWD, geotechnicalstudies, IRI, structures, Slopes and cuts, horizontal and vertical alignmentTraffic counts,vehicle categories, overloadingand future growthDifferent road usesalong project roads requiredifferent approachesRisk identification,allocation and costsRecommend Levels ofServiceEnd-of-contract roadconditionConceptual design:Options and Cost Benefit Analysis, Road Structure design, Technically viable options, Cost benefitanalysis, Financial and Paymentmodels.Environmental, socialand other screeningCostestimateFinancialmodelPrepare AssessmentReport, bidding documentsAssist withprocurement activities The services are estimated to be implementation over asix (6) month period. The GhanaHighway Authority (GHA) and Department ofFeeder Roads (DFR) now invite eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicatetheir interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have therequired qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. The primary shortlisting criteria are (i) experience withthe development and implementation of longer term performance-based contracts that include both rehabilitation and maintenanceservices; (ii) experience with road condition assessments from collecting the actual information and data, undertaking theassessments and providing considered implementation options for potential implementation. The attention of interested Consultants is drawn toparagraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants IDACredits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers January 2011 revised July 2014("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the WorldBank's policy on conflict of interest. In addition, please refer to the followingspecific information on conflict of interest related to this assignment: Conflict of Interest 1.9 Bank policy requires that consultants provideprofessional, objective,and impartial advice and at all times hold the client's interests paramount, without any consideration forfuture work, and that in providing advice they avoid conflicts with other assignments and their own corporate interests.Consultants shall not be hired for any assignment that would be in conflict with their prior or current obligations to otherclients, or that may place them in a position of being unable to carry out the assignment in the best interest of the Borrower.Without limitation on the generality of the foregoing, consultants shall not be hired under the circumstances set forth below: (a) Conflict between consulting activities andprocurement of goods, works, or non-consulting services (i.e., services other than consulting services covered by theseGuidelines8): A firm that has been engaged by the Borrower to provide goods, works, or non-consulting services for a project, orany affiliate that directly or indirectly controls, is controlled by, or is under common control with that firm, shall bedisqualified from providing consulting services resulting from or directly related to those goods, works, or non-consultingservices. Conversely, a firm hired to provide consulting services for the preparation (before Loan effectiveness) or implementationof a project, or any affiliatethat directly or indirectly controls, is controlled by, or is under common control with that firm,shall be disqualified from subsequently providing goods, works, or services (other than consulting services covered by theseGuidelines) resulting from or directly related to the consulting services for such preparation or implementation. This provisiondoes not apply to the various firms (consultants, contractors, or suppliers) which together are performing the Contractor'sobligations under a turnkey or design and build contract. (b) Conflict among consulting assignments: Neitherconsultants (including their personnel and sub-consultants), nor any affiliate that directly or indirectly controls, is controlledby, or is under common control with that firm, shall be hired for any assignment that, by its nature, may be in conflict withanother assignment of the consultants. As an example, consultants assisting a client in the privatization of public assets shallneither purchase, nor advise purchasers of, such assets. Similarly, consultants hired to prepare Terms of Reference (TOR) for anassignment shall not be hired for the assignment in question. (c) Relationship with Borrower's staff: Consultants(including their experts and other personnel, and sub-consultants) that have a close business or family relationship with aprofessional staff of the Borrower (orof the project implementing agency, or of a recipient of a part of the loan) who are directlyor indirectly involved in any part of: (i) the preparation of the TOR for the assignment, (ii) the selection process for thecontract, or (iii) the supervision of such contract may not be awarded a contract, unless the conflict stemming from thisrelationship has been resolved in a manner acceptable to the Bank throughout the selection process and the execution of thecontract. (d) A consultant shall submit only one proposal,either individually or asa joint venture partner in another proposal. If a consultant, including a joint venture partner, submitsor participates in more than one proposal, all such proposals shall be disqualified. This does not, however, preclude a consultingfirm to participate as a sub-consultant, oran individual to participate as a team member, in more than one proposal whencircumstances justify and if permitted by the RFP. Consultants may associate with other firms in theform of a joint venture or a sub-consultancy to enhance theirqualifications. Interested firms must organize their Expression ofInterest in the following order: Chapter 1; i) Company Profile, ii) Legal Status (Certificateof Incorporation), iii) Letter ofintent of Association, if necessary, iv) organizational chart, a list of Board of Directors, and beneficial ownership. Chapter 2; i) Experience of atleast two (2) assignments each with a scope and nature similar to what is stated above during the last 10 years, ii) A summary ofsimilar assignments undertaken as a lead partner, iii) A summary of assignments undertaken in the project country (Ghana) and inSub Saharan Africa, giving the client name and the year in which the assignment was carried out, and Chapter 3; i) Experience indonor funded projects. The document must properly be paged, and a table of content provided. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Quality- and Cost-Based Selection methodset out in the ConsultantGuidelines. Further information can be obtained at the address below duringoffice hours i.e. 08;30 to 17;00 hours. Expressions of interest must be delivered (Original plus two hardcopies and a pdf-electronic copy) to the address below (in person, or by mail, or by fax, or by e-mail) by the 6thOctober, 2015. THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE GHANA HIGHWAYAUTHORITY ROOM 314 HEAD OFFICE, ORNSBY ROAD P.O BOX GP1641, ACCRA. TEL: +233 302 663922 FAX: +233 302 665571 E-mail:ce@highways.gov.gh

GH-Transport Project SIL (FY09) - P102000

Department of Urban Roads | Published June 22, 2016  -  Deadline July 6, 2016
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Consulting Services For Assessment Study, Support In Procurement Of Civil Works Contract And Monitoring Supervision Services For The Construction/rehabilitation Of Selected Roads In Low Income Communities In Northern And Upper East Regions For Oprc GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF GHANA MINISTRY OF ROADS AND HIGHWAYS DEPARTMENT OF URBAN ROADS REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES ? FIRMSELECTION) COUNTRY:GHANA NAME OF PROJECT:TRANSPORT SECTOR PROJECT (TSP) Credit No.:4600-GH AssignmentTitle: Consulting Services for AssessmentStudy, Support in Procurement of Civil Works Contract and Monitoring Supervision Services for the Construction/Rehabilitation ofSelected Roads in Low Income Communities in Northern and Upper East Regions for an Output and Performance Based Road Contract(OPRC) under Design, Build and Transfer (DBT) Methodology Reference No. (as per Procurement Plan):DUR/IDA/TSP/S/04/2016 The Government of the Republic of Ghana has received a credit under the Transport Sector Project from the InternationalDevelopment Association (IDA) to improve mobility ofgoods and passengers through reduction of travel time and vehicle operating costs and to improve road safety standards.The Clientintends to apply part of the proceeds for the Phases 1 and 2 of the above consulting services. Theprimary objective of the assignment is to prepare basic conceptual designs and bid documents for the improvement of about 18km ofselected roads in low income communities inTamale Metropolis (11km) and Bolgatanga Municipality (7km) and to assist the Clientduring the works procurement process. There must be emphasis on the needs faced by all road users (related to age, incomeandgender) and the consequent travel strategies adopted by them to fulfil their needs. There must also be emphasis on the needs ofinterventions to enhance the safety of all road users and accessibility to economic centres. The services shall include, amongothers, the following: Phase1: Review of selectedroads within urban road networks to determine consistency of approach to improve selected roadsCollection ofexisting pavement characteristicsand condition.Engineering andgeotechnical studies.Traffic counts,vehicle categories, overloadingand future growthIdentification of allroad users along project roads and incorporate in concept design.Conceptual design:Options and Cost Benefit Analysis, Road Structure design, Technical viable options, Cost benefit analysis.Environmental, socialand other screeningPrepare biddingdocuments Phase 2: Assist with procurementactivities Phase 3: Potential downstream assignment for the monitoring Supervision of the construction The expected duration of the assignment (Phases 1, 2and 3) is about threeyears from commencement. More details on the services are provided inthe Terms ofReference. The Ministry of Roads and Highways represented by theDepartment of Urban Roads now invite eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicatetheir interest in providing the Services.Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experienceto perform the Services. Consultantsmay associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a sub-consultancy to enhancetheir qualifications. The primary shortlisting criteria are (i) experiencewith the development and implementation of performance-based contracts that include new construction, rehabilitation andmaintenance services; (ii) experience with road condition assessments from collecting the actual information and data, undertakingthe assessments and providing options to be considered for potential implementation, (iii) experience in the supervision of roadprojects. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the procedures set out in theWorld Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World BankBorrowers (January 2011 and revised in July2014). The attention of interested Consultants is drawn toparagraph 1.9 of the sameGuidelines, setting forth the WorldBank's policy on conflict of interest. Interested firms must organize their Expression ofInterest in the following order: Chapter 1; i) Company Profile, ii) Legal Status (Certificateof Incorporation), iii) Letter ofintent of Association, if necessary, iv) organizational chart, a list of Board of Directors, and beneficial ownership. Chapter 2; i) Experience of atleast two (2) assignments each with a scope and nature similar to what is stated above during the last 10 years, ii) A summary ofsimilar assignments undertaken as a lead partner, iii) A summary of assignments undertaken in the project country (Ghana) and inSub Saharan Africa, giving the client name and the year in which the assignment was carried out, and Chapter 3; i) Experience indonor funded projects. The document must properly be paged, and a table of content provided. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Quality- and Cost-Based Selection methodset out in the ConsultantGuidelines. Further information can be obtained at the address below duringoffice hours i.e. 08h30 to 17h00 hours. Expressions of interest dossier must be delivered (Signed originalplus two hard copies and a pdf-electronic copy) to the address below (in person, or by mail, or byfax, or by e-mail) bythe 6th July, 2016. TheDirector, Department of Urban Roads, 1stUrban Close, Ministries, Room302, 2nd Floor P.O.Box PMB Ministries, Accra, Ghana Attention: Ing. Abass M. Awolu Tel: +233-302-685682 Fax: +233-302-685683 E-mail: abassdur@yahoo.com For Enquires Contact: John Akwasi Nuamah, Deputy Director (Planning and Development), Department of Urban Roads, Tel : +233-302-685682. E-mail : nuamahjohn@yahoo.com

Ghana - PPP Project - P125595

Ministry of Finance | Published November 3, 2015  -  Deadline November 25, 2015
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Consulting Services As Transport Sector (ports, Rail And Airports) Ppp Specialist REPUBLIC OF GHANA MINISTRY OF FINANCE GHANA PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP PROJECT (Credit No.: IDA5097-GH) CONSULTINGSERVICES AS TRANSPORT SECTOR (PORTS, RAIL AND AIRPORTS) PPP SPECIALIST REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONSOF INTEREST (CONSULTINGSERVICES ? INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANT) Background The Governmentof Ghana (GOG) recognizes the need to explore PublicPrivate Partnership (PPP) option in the delivery of public infrastructure and social services. In this regard, the Ministry ofFinance (MOF) has in the lastfour years embarked on a robust PPP programme and isundertaking an impressive set of reforms to improve the policy, legal, institutional and regulatory environment for theimplementation of PPP projects as well as preparation and transaction advisory support for PPP projects. In this regard, the GOG through MOF has proceeded to prepare a NationalPPP Policy that has been widely discussed with public and private sector stakeholders and the international donor  community and has received the approval of Cabinet in June2011. Furthermore, the GOG is currently in the process of obtaining the Cabinet's final approval for the legislation andregulations governing PPPs for Ghana, thus establishing a sound governance framework and enabling environment for PPPs. MOF through its Public Investment Division (PID), which is leading the PPP Programme inGhana, is now seeking to appoint an experienced Transport Sector PPP Specialist with international experience in PPP investmentappraisal as well as projectdevelopment, transaction and structuring. The Transport Sector PPP Specialist shall therefore beattached to the PID and will have cross-cutting functions for PPP transaction development and Gate-keeping. He/She is beingrecruited for the Roads/Highways, Ports, Rail and Airports so he/she can assist the relevant entitiesto prepare their projects with high quality for successful PPP implementation. He/She will work closely with the Ministry ofTransport (MOT) and its Agencies (including the Ghana Airport Company Limited, Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority, GhanaRailway Authority, Ghana Shippers Council, etc.), as well as Ministry of Roads and Highways (MRH) and Ghana Highway Authority(GHA). Objectives of the assignment The overall purpose of this task will be to assist PID coordinate, supervise andquality check the PPP projects of the MOT and  MRH/GHA and their Agencies while they evaluate, structure and tender these projects. The specific objectives of the task include: Ensure an efficient and effective preparation of PPP pipeline projects in thetransport sectorProvide technical assistance in PPPs in the transport sectorAssist in the building of capacity in the transport sector PPP programmes andactivities- this would include providing training to the relevant government staffProvide cogent advice and quality control on both pre-feasibility and feasibilityreports undertaken in the transport sector PPPsProvide advice and quality control on preparation of tender documents for these PPPprojectsUndertake any activity as requested by the Ministry of FinanceTogether with the MOT and MRH/GHA, jointly identify and develop a bankable PPP Pipelinefor future projects in thetransport sector. Scope of the Assignment The Specialist will also workclosely with the MOT and MORH and their Agencies providing advice and guidance to their PPP Project Teams responsible for theTransport Sector PPP Projectsand also establish close and cooperative working relationships with the World Bank Ghana PPP ProjectTeam based in Washington and Accra andthe World Bank Unit within MoF. The Specialist will do thefollowing; Prepare Annual Work Plans (to be updated on a quarterly basis) to be approved by thePID Director, and Quarterly Progress Report detailing implementation of the Work Plan, any challenges faced and remedial actionsproposed and/or taken. ·       Lead the process of screening, appraisal and selection among others oftransport sectorprojects identified for their suitability to be analyzed as PPP candidates; ·       Designing, drafting and establishing key models, risk analysis, trafficmodelling and forecasting, feasibility/viability studies, economic cost benefit analysis, documents, and standardized procedures toscreen, analyze, structure, tender, compete, and monitor Transport Sector PPP transactions. ·       Assist in the  preparation ofPPP TransportSector specific guidelines for the entire project cycle from identification, assessment, transaction development,market placement, contract negotiation and project implementation, stemming from the National PPP policy document; Preparingterms of reference forTransport Sector PPP consultants and transaction advisers to conduct PPP project screening analyses,feasibility studies, tendering, and inthe selection and management of consultants and transaction advisors and other specifictasks.; Review andprovide quality control of all deliverables from PPP consultants working on transport projects and transaction advisers. Provideadvice on specific issues regarding the on-going development and strengthening of Ghana's legal, institutional, and proceduralframework for Transport Sector PPPs;Leadtechnical, legal, regulatory, financial and commercial assessment of Transport Sector PPP transactions; Lead thedevelopment of financial models in support of Transport Sector PPP project structuring assessments;Manage theexecution of competitive, transparent tender processes, and the resultant finalization of contractual agreements between theprivate and public parties in the transport sector, covering: (i) drafting of project documents such as information memoranda (ii)administration of bids (RFQs & RFPs) (iii) Transport Sector PPP project bidding process, drafting and negotiation of TransportSector PPP agreements up to financial closure;Manage thedrafting and negotiation of contractual and bidding documents such as concession agreements, shareholder agreements, etc.Assist in thedesign and marketing of Transport  Sector PPP transaction to potential investors andcommunicating with private lenders and investors on PPP transport sector investment requirements, financing strategies, andopportunities, as well as communicating with commercial banks investors, especially local banks and investors, to enableappropriate financing instruments for long-term Transport SectorPPP investments in Ghana;Provide advice to MoF on initiatives that are likely to generate significant amount ofTransport Sector PPP projectsPlay a key role inthe transfer of skills to local professionals so as to ensure the sustainability of the programme overthe longer term, including capacity building of staff of the PID and other key personnel of MoF in Transport Sector PPP design andimplementation;Develop and coordinate strategic partnerships for Transport Sector PPP work with privatesector institutions, multilateraland bilateral development partners,governments, civil society, and other stakeholders, Expertise Required An individual with the requisite skills and academic qualifications will be needed for theassignment. The Consultant should preferably have a Master's Degree in Finance, BusinessAdministration, Economics, Engineering, Law and/or Project Management. The candidate should have at least 6-8 years ofexperience in appraisal,structuring and implementing infrastructure projects and/or PPP programmes with significant experience atthe international level, especially in Developing Countries (professional experience in Africa is a plus) and working withGovernments. Experience with the World Bank or other Donor Agencies will also be highlyappreciated. The candidate should also have experience in the design, implementation and successfulclosing of PPP transactions and in working on multiple transactions and also demonstrated experience with PPP transactions in areasrelating to transport will be a distinct advantage. The candidate should have demonstrated knowledge of PPP in transport project operations, the ability to undertake effective capacity building activities and adequate knowledge ofPPP Policy, Legal, Institutional and Regulatory issues. The candidate should have excellent verbal, writing and communication skills in Englishlanguage, have ability to convey ideas and positions clearly to all stakeholders, demonstrated leadership and interpersonal skillsand have the ability to manage multiple tasks effectively. The candidate should have experience in organizing road shows in a high profileenvironment for fully prepared PPP projects. The MoF now invites eligible Individual Consultants to indicatetheir interest in providing the services describedabove. Interested Individual Consultants must provide information (Detailed Curriculum Vitaeshowingthe dates and organizational titles for all relevant employment and assignments and aStatement of Interest showing how the consultant's experience meets the competency and expertise requirements and describingwhat their candidacy can offer the MoF for this important position) demonstrating their competence and eligibility to undertake theassignment. Individual Consultants will be selected in accordance with the procedures set out in the WorldBank Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans andIDA Credits and Grants by World Bank Borrowers ("Consultant Guidelines"), dated January 2011, Revised July, 2014, settingforth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. Interested Individual Consultants may obtain further information at theaddress below from 0900 to 1700 hours, Monday through Friday (except public holidays). Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours9.00am to 4pm Monday through Friday (except Public Holidays) The ProjectCoordinator GhanaPPPProject Ministry ofFinance New Block(Fourth Floor) Room409 28th FebruaryRoad P.O. Box M40, MinistriesAccra. Email:ioware-aboagye@mofep.gov.gh Expressions of Interest must be submitted in six (6) copies (one originaland five copies) in a sealed envelope clearlymarked "Ghana PPP Project-Transport Sector(Roads, Ports and Rail) PPP Specialist" and delivered at the address below no later than 4.00pm, 25th November 2015. The ChiefDirector Ministry of Finance Post Office Box M40, Ministries,Accra FourthFloor (New Block) Room402 Tel: +233-0302 -673431 Email:pid@mofep.gov.gh Attn:The Director, Public Investment Division

EDF — supply, deliver and install office equipment (computers and accessories, scanners and minor equipment) for the local government service secretariat (LGSS) and the setting up of 50 human resource management units in selected metropolitan, municipal and district assemblies of Ghana

Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning | Published April 3, 2012
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Supply, delivery and installation of office equipment (computers and accessories, photocopiers and scanners and other minor equipment) for the local government service secretariat (LGSS) and the setting up of 50 human resource management units in selected metropolitan, municipal and district assemblies (MMDAs) of Ghana. Tenderers will be required to deliver (transport) a set of equipment to the LGSS and each of the 50 selected MMDAs based on a delivery schedule in the tender dossier.

Recruitment of National Consultant to establishment of National Greenhouse Gas Emissions Unit Registry in Ghana

UNDP Country Office - Ghana - GHANA - GHANA | Published June 14, 2019  -  Deadline June 26, 2019
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Overview :BACKGROUNDGhana has committed to a voluntary forty-five per cent greenhouse emission cut below the 2030 business-as-usual emissions of seventy-four million tonnes in its Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs). The forty-five per cent target translates into two million and two hundred tonnes emissions reduction annually over the 2016-2030 period. Of the forty-five per cent, fifteen per cent is unconditional mitigation target which Ghana is unilaterally seeking to achieve. An additional thirty per cent conditional emission reduction at the instance of international support. Twenty energy, transport, forestry and waste mitigation measures have been prioritised to achieve the overall forty-five per cent mitigation commitments. Two of the mitigation measures on low carbon electricity and forest plantation development are to contribute to achieve the fifteen per cent unconditional commitment. The rest of the eighteen measures fall under the conditional commitments for which government is unable to realise without extra international support.........SCOPE OF WORKThe EPA/MESTI together with the hired expert will jointly detail out the design and operations of the national emission unit registry and test run the registry with real-life dataset. Typically, emission registries have two interconnected functional components. The component one is the hardware which IT, data storage, security and network infrastructure. Component two is the soft covering the management and operation of the hardware and data flows..................EDUCATIONAt least a Master’s degree in environmental science, environmental management, statistics, biology or a related field.EXPERIENCEAt least 10 years’ experience with GHG accounting systems and in assessing the environmental impacts of climate change in developing countries, involving IT systems (hosting, displaying and data exchange), transactions (different types of emission units), verification protocol etc.....................HOW TO APPLYSee the Documents section above for the detailed Annex I-Terms of Reference and Submission Documents.BID SUBMISSION INSTRUCTION:Strictly follow the instructions indicated in the IC Proposal Submission Form uploaded heretoFor detailed information, please refer to Annex I- Terms of Reference (ToR)Important Note:The Consultant is required to have the above mentioned professional and technical qualifications. Only the applicants who hold these qualifications are advised to submit their respective bid proposalsDOCUMENTS REQUIRED:The following proposals must be prepared as per the prescribed standard format indicated in the respective IC Bid Document. The Proposals shall be submitted before its deadline on June 26, 2019, via UNDP Ghana Secured mail address: bids.gh@undp.orgTechnical Proposal in pdf under file name: UNDP.GHA.2019.116-IC – TP - [insert Name]Financial Proposal in pdf under file name: UNDP.GHA.2019.116-IC – FP - [insert Name]Please note that these proposals shall be submitted to the designated secured email into two files but in one email unless both Files are Greater than 9MB file sizeEMAIL SUBJECT LINE WHILE SUBMITTING PROPOSAL:While submitting your proposals to bids.gh@undp.org be sure your email subject line is UNDP.GHA.2019.116-IC

SPN - Ghana - Supply installation and training of an enterprise resource planning (ERP) Hardware & Software

 | Published May 30, 2016
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SPN – Ghana - Supply, installation and training of an enterprise resource planning (ERP) hardware & software - GISP

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SPN – Ghana - Supply installation and training of a digital recording system for hansard (Hardware & Software) - GISP

 | Published May 30, 2016
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EOI – Ghana - Berkeley Energy Africa Limited

 | Published May 31, 2016
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EOI – Ghana - Consulting firm to undertake a Wind Resource Assessment for the purposes of checking, validation and verification of the wind potential in the project area

 | Published January 29, 2016
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RECRUITMENT OF INTERNATIONAL CONSULTANT FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF NATIONAL GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS UNIT REGISTRY IN GHANA

UNDP Country Office - Ghana - GHANA | Published July 25, 2019  -  Deadline August 14, 2019
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Addendum:Deadline revise to August 14, 2019BACKGROUNDGhana has committed to a voluntary forty-five per cent greenhouse emission cut below the 2030 business-as-usual emissions of seventy-four million tonnes in its Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs). The forty-five per cent target translates into two million and two hundred tonnes emissions reduction annually over the 2016-2030 period. Of the forty-five per cent, fifteen per cent is unconditional mitigation target which Ghana is unilaterally seeking to achieve. An additional thirty per cent conditional emission reduction at the instance of international support. Twenty energy, transport, forestry and waste mitigation measures have been prioritised to achieve the overall forty-five per cent mitigation commitments.........SCOPE OF WORKThe EPA/MESTI team will detail out the design and operations of the national emission unit registry and test run the registry with real-life dataset. Typically, emission registry have two interconnected functional components. The component one is the hardware which IT, data storage, security and network infrastructure. Component two is the soft covering the management and operation of the hardware and data flows.................EDUCATIONAt least a Master’s degree in environmental science, environmental management, statistics, or a related field.EXPERIENCEAt least 10 years’ experience with developing and auditing GHG accounting systems and in assessing the environmental impacts of climate change in developing countriesProven understanding of climate and mitigation outcome reporting procedures, including CDM and Gold Standard to ensure transparent and robust MRV.....................HOW TO APPLYSee the Documents section above for the detailed Annex I-Terms of Reference and Submission Documents.BID SUBMISSION INSTRUCTION:Strictly follow the instructions indicated in the IC Proposal Submission Form uploaded heretoFor detailed information, please refer to Annex I- Terms of Reference (ToR)Important Note:The Consultant is required to have the above mentioned professional and technical qualifications. Only the applicants who hold these qualifications are advised to submit their respective bid proposalsDOCUMENTS REQUIRED:The following proposals must be prepared as per the prescribed standard format indicated in the respective IC Bid Document. The Proposals shall be submitted before its deadline on August 8, 2019, via UNDP Ghana Secured mail address: bids.gh@undp.orgTechnical Proposal in pdf under file name: UNDP.GHA.2019.116-IC – TP - [insert Name]Financial Proposal in pdf under file name: UNDP.GHA.2019.116-IC – FP - [insert Name]Please note that these proposals shall be submitted to the designated secured email into two files but in one email unless both Files are Greater than 9MB file sizeEMAIL SUBJECT LINE WHILE SUBMITTING PROPOSAL:While submitting your proposals to bids.gh@undp.org be sure your email subject line is UNDP.GHA.2019.116-IC

Recruitment of Consultant to conduct a gender audit of the draft energy policy to assess the level of gender integration, identify the gaps and propose as well as integrate strategies for addressing the gaps.

UNDP Country Office - GHANA | Published September 6, 2019  -  Deadline September 16, 2019
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BACKGROUNDAt the UN climate change conference in Paris in December 2015, 196 countries adopted the Paris Agreement – the first ever, legally binding universal pact that sets out a global action plan for limiting global warming to “well below 2°C” starting from 2020. Ghana is one of the Parties who joined this Paris Agreement and had submitted its Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDC) plan containing a set of 31 adaptation and mitigation actions that will be implemented between 2020-2030 with the view first to build resilience to climate change and reduce GHG emissions within the context of sustainable development. These actions cover seven sectors (Water, Health, Agriculture, Waste, Energy, Transport and Disaster Risk and Climate Service) to be implemented over a 10 year period. ........SCOPE OF WORKThe consultant under the direction of the MESTI, EPA, GEC and UNDP and other relevant stakeholders would:Develop an initial schedule of the work for the periodReview Ghana`s Regional and International commitment regarding gender and energy (ECOWAS Policy for Gender mainstreaming in Energy Access).Review and analyse Draft Energy Policy Document including methodology for stakeholder engagement in the policy drafting process.................EDUCATIONMaster’s degree in any of these related areas: energy, sustainable development, gender, climate changeEXPERIENCESubstantive experience conducting research and analysis in the area of gender and energy and at least one other related theme, including climate change mitigation and/or adaptation, NDCs, environment and/or sustainable development for the last seven years;....................HOW TO APPLYSee the Documents section above for the detailed Annex I-Terms of Reference and Submission Documents.BID SUBMISSION INSTRUCTION:Strictly follow the instructions indicated in the IC Proposal Submission Form uploaded heretoFor detailed information, please refer to Annex I- Terms of Reference (ToR)Important Note:The Consultant is required to have the above mentioned professional and technical qualifications. Only the applicants who hold these qualifications are advised to submit their respective bid proposalsDOCUMENTS REQUIRED:The following proposals must be prepared as per the prescribed standard format indicated in the respective IC Bid Document. The Proposals shall be submitted before its deadline on September 16, 2019, via UNDP Ghana Secured mail address: bids.gh@undp.orgTechnical Proposal in pdf under file name: UNDP.GHA.2019.227-IC – TP - [insert Name]Financial Proposal in pdf under file name: UNDP.GHA.2019.227-IC – FP - [insert Name]Please note that these proposals shall be submitted to the designated secured email into two files but in one email unless both Files are Greater than 9MB file sizeEMAIL SUBJECT LINE WHILE SUBMITTING PROPOSAL:While submitting your proposals to bids.gh@undp.org be sure your email subject line is UNDP.GHA.2019.227.IC

GH-GAMA Sanitation and Water Project - P119063

Ministry of Local Government Project Coordinating Unit | Published October 30, 2014  -  Deadline November 28, 2014
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Consultancy Services For Update Assessment Of Septage/faecal Sludge Treatment In Gama And Preliminary Designs Of Integrated Strategic Plan For Faecal Sludge Treatment/management In Gama Government of Ghana Ministry of Local Governmentand RuralDevelopment REQUEST FOREXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES ? FIRMS SELECTION) ? GHANA GREATER ACCRA METROPOLITAN AREA (GAMA), SANITATION AND WATER PROJECT (GAMA SWP) IDA Grant No.:H8540-GH Consultancy Services for Update Assessment of Septage/faecal sludge Treatment in GAMA and PreliminaryDesigns of integrated strategic plan for faecal sludge treatment/management in GAMA ReferenceNo.: MLGRD/GSWP/C3-CS/003 The Governmentof Ghana has received a grant from the International Development Association (IDA) towards theimplementation of the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area Sanitation and Water Project (GAMA-SWP), and intends to apply part of theproceeds for consulting services for Update Assessment of Septage / Faecal Sludge Treatment in GAMA and Preliminary Designsof Integrated Strategic Plan for Faecal Sludge Treatment/Management in GAMA. The overall objective of the GAMA SW Projectis to increase access to improved sanitation and water supply in the GAMA(comprising 11 Metropolitan and Municipal Assemblies(MMAs) and to strengthen management of environmental sanitation, with emphasis on the low income urban communities(LIUC). Important components of thisproject include: Upgrading of sanitation for a total of 250,000 people inlow-income urban communities selected by eleven (11) participating Metropolitan and Municipal Assemblies (MMAs) in the GAMA projectarea; Development of anintegrated GAMA-wide plan for liquid waste management; and Financing critical elements out of the integrated GAMA-wide plans for Liquid waste management toimprove collection, treatment and disposal of wastewater and septic/faecal sludge. The consulting services under the proposedassignment ("the Services") include inter alia; Recommendation of optimum numbers, locations and technologies for faecal sludge treatment facilities in the GAMA,based on detailed analysis of factors including (but not limited to) treatment costs (including potential cost recovery from re-useproducts), projections of the faecal sludge collection and transport market, and related developments expected outside the GAMASWP. Assessment of the pastinstitutional and financial arrangements for management ofthe facilities, identify the reasons for failure, and propose moresustainable arrangements for effective operation and maintenance of thefacilities, not excluding PPPs. Based on the foregoing, recommend/propose an integrated strategic plan for faecal sludge management (collection,transportation, disposal and treatment) in the GAMA including a prioritized list of new or rehabilitated facilities, proposedre-use arrangements and a regulatory regimedeveloped in close consultation with the 11 MMAs and relevant Governmentagencies. Prepare anEnvironmental andSocial Impact Assessment report and Preliminary Engineering Designs for the proposed faecal sludge treatmentfacilities. The assignmentis expected to be undertaken within a period of 6 months, including a period of one (1) month formaking presentations to stakeholders and for incorporating client's comments on draft reports. The assignment is expected to startimmediately after selection of consultant. The Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development, now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicatetheir interest in providing the Services as indicated above. Interested Consultantsshould provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform theServices. Only one consultancyfirm shall finally be selectedto perform the Services. The selection will be carried through competition among qualifiedshort-listed firms in which the selection will be based bothon the quality of the proposal and on the cost of the services to beprovided (Quality- and Cost-Based Selection [QCBS]) in accordance withthe "Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultantsunder IBRD Loans and IDA Credits and Grants by World Bank Borrowers" dated January2011". Firms having the required experience andcompetence relevant to the assignment shall be assessed and compared, and the best qualified and experienced firms shall beshortlisted. Only shortlisted firms shall be asked / requested to submit technical and financial proposals and, the highest rankedcombined technical and financial evaluated firm shall be invited to negotiate a contract. The short listing criteria are: A brief description of the organisation including its legal status ? 10marks An outline of firm's general relevantexperience and experience in Africa Region - 10 marks Specific experience; an outline of at least two (2) experiences on assignments of a similarnature. For each assignment, the outline should indicate, inter alia, duration of the assignment, contract amount, and theactivities undertaken by the organisation. ? 30 marks Specific experiences of the firm or key personnel inGhana ? 10marks A brief methodology on the strategies to be employedin undertaking the assignment. ? 20 marks Availability of staff with appropriate skills and Experience ? 20marks ? ? The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of theWorld Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants] by World BankBorrowers, dated January 2011, and revised July 2014 ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflictof interest. Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint ventureor a sub consultancy to enhance their qualifications. Further information can be obtained at the given address below during office hours between 10.00 to 16.00hours. Expressionsof interest(one (1) original and two (2) copies) must be delivered in a written form to the address below inperson by 16.00Hrs GMT on November 28, 2014. ? Address for further information/Clarifications/ and for Submission of Expression ofInterest: The ProjectCoordinator Project Coordinating Unit Ministryof Local Government and Rural Development Location:Within the Premisesof Institute of Local Government Studies(ILGS) Ogbojo, near Madina New Road Estate ? Accra,Ghana. Email:kgyasi@lgpcu.org Tel. +233(302)504739/40; Mob.: +233 (0243404705)