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EOI Name:
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR THE THE SUPPLY OF SECURITY SERVICES
EOI Package No:
VRA/PD/EOI/RS/2017
EOI Opening Date:
28/11/2017
EOI Closing Date
11/01/2018
EOI Description:
The services require the provision of Man Guarding at the following areas: Power installation sites Educational facilities Health facilities Institutional premises Vehicle parking lots Guest Houses Procurement and Supply Sites Dredging Sites The Service would require working under the supervision of, and in cooperation with in-house security staff.
  

EOI Name:
Audit of Project Financial Statements for Second Land Administration Project
EOI Package No:
GH-LAP-II-22543-CS-LCS
EOI Opening Date:
10/11/2017
EOI Closing Date
24/11/2017
EOI Description:
Consultancy Service for the Audit of Project Financial Statements for Second Land Administration Project The Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Second Land Administration Project (LAP-2), and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consultant services. The consulting services ("the Services") include audit of the Project Financial Statements to enable the Auditor to express a professional opinion on the Project's Financial Position as at the end of each financial year of the contract period, involving incomes and expenditures for the accounting period. LAP-2 is a follow on project of LAP-1 and is being implemented based on the National Land Policy which came into effect in 1999. The Project concentrates on completing outstanding legal and institutional reforms, removing business bottlenecks, promoting transparency and addressing various land administration challenges with the view to: (i) speeding up land registration and delivery of titles and deeds; (ii) enhancing security of tenure; and (iii) strengthening the settlement of land disputes, among others. The Project also supports the completion of the Land Bill, engaging in legislative and institutional reforms started under LAP-1. The Project is being implemented through four-interrelated Components, namely: 1. strengthening the Policy, Legal and Regulatory Framework for Land Administration; 2. decentralizing and improving Business and Service Delivery Processes; 3. providing improved Maps and Spatial Data for Land Administration; and 4. engaging in Human Resource Development and Project Management. 1. The objective of the audit of the Project Financial Statements (PFS) is to enable the Auditor to express a professional opinion on the Project's Financial Position as at the end of December 31, 2017 and subsequently end of February 2018, involving incomes and expenditures for the accounting period from January 1, 2017 and ending December 31, 2017 and the period January 1, 2018 to February 28, 2018. The Project's books of account, as maintained by the Project Coordinating Unit (PCU) and the Agencies provide the basis for the preparation of financial statements and are established to reflect the financial transactions in respect of the Project. The services to be provided under the contract shall include the following, the Consultant shall: 2. The audit will be conducted in accordance with International Standards on Auditing. The Auditor should plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the financial statements are free of material misstatements. 3. The audit will include examining, on a test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. It will also include assessing the accounting principles used and significant estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall financial statement presentation. 4. The Auditor is expected to pay particular attention to the following matters, including special considerations for public sector entities. (a) In planning and performing the audit to reduce audit risk to an acceptably low level, the Auditor should consider the risks of material misstatements in the financial statements due to fraud as required by International Standard on Auditing 240: The Auditor's Responsibilities Relating to Fraud in an Audit of Financial Statements. (b) The Auditor should recognize that noncompliance by the entity with laws and regulations may materially affect the financial statements. (c) The Auditor should communicate audit matters of governance interest arising from the audit of financial statements to those charged with governance of an entity. (d) The Auditor should communicate appropriately to those charged with governance and management deficiencies in internal control that the Auditor has identified in an audit of financial statements. 5. In evidencing compliance with agreed project financing arrangements the Auditor is expected to carry out tests to confirm that: (a) all external funds have been used in accordance with the conditions of the relevant financing agreements, with due attention to economy and efficiency, and only for the purposes for which the financing was provided. Relevant financing agreements include Financing Agreement No. 4870 GH; (b) counterpart funds have been provided and used in accordance with the relevant financing agreements, with due attention to economy and efficiency, and only for the purposes for which they were provided; (c) all necessary supporting documents, records, and accounts have been maintained in respect of all project activities, including expenditures reported using Statements of Expenditure (SOE) or Interim Unaudited Financial Statements (IFS) methods of reporting. The Auditor is expected to verify that respective reports issued during the period were in agreement with the underlying books of account; (d) Special Account of the PCU and Advance Accounts of the Agencies have been maintained in accordance with the provisions of the relevant financing agreements. The duration of the consultancy shall be for four months. The Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources through the LAP Project Coordinating Unit now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. The short-listing criteria are: The Consulting firm shall have: a. experience in audit of Donor funded project Financial Statements; b. availability of appropriate skills among staff. c. Membership of a professional body.
  

EOI Name:
TRANSACTION ADVISORY SERVICES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A METRO RAIL / LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT SYSTEM IN KUMASI AND ITS ENVIRONS
EOI Package No:
GR/MRD/EOI/TA/KUMASI_LR/01/2017
EOI Opening Date:
27/10/2017
EOI Closing Date
17/11/2017
EOI Description:
The Ministry of Railways Development of the Republic of Ghana intends to apply part of its budgetary allocation to payments under a contract for Transaction Advisory Services for the Development of a Metro Rail / Light Rail Transit System in Kumasi and its environs. The objective of the assignment would be to engage an experienced and qualified Transaction Advisor (TA) to assist the Ministry of Railways Development through the various phases of a study which includes undertaking a feasibility study for the development of a Rail based Transit System on priority corridor(s) in Kumasi and its environs to be identified and agreed upon with stakeholders, develop a bankable document and assist with the procurement of a private sector partner to undertake the development of the project as well as develop a funding model to enable the project to be undertaken on a BOT or BOOT basis. The first phase of the assignment will be a study and will have the following five main stages: a. Identification of major travel corridors through a comprehensive traffic study including primary traffic & travel surveys, development of land-use parameters and transport demand modelling. b. Technical, Financial, Economic and Environmental/Safeguard as well as the Legal Feasibility of the selected system along the identified/agreed priority corridor(s) in Kumasi and its environs as identified and agreed upon with stakeholders. c. Survey and map out right of way for the selected corridor(s). d. System selection by studying the available Rail based Transit Technologies worldwide, with recommendation for technology most suited for Kumasi and its environs with respect to forecasted ridership, right of way, total CAPEX/OPEX of the proposed system as well as cost per passenger km. e. Development of a suitable financial model for the project. In the second phase, the TA will provide advisory services for the procurement of an investor, which advisory service shall include advise on the preparation of all necessary documentation and processes (Expression of Interest, Bidders' Conference, Request for Proposal, Proposals Evaluation, Selection and Negotiations with a private sector entity and bring it to financial closure). The Ministry of Railways Development now invites eligible Transaction Advisory firms to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested TAs should 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.). The shortlisting criteria are that all TA firms responding to this Request for Expressions of Interest must have at least ten (10) years of relevant similar experience and the technical capacity in providing Transaction Advisory Services for Transport Sector organizations across Africa. TA firms may associate with other firms to present a joint bid. Every bid must include significant Ghanaian participation.
  

EOI Name:
TRANSACTION ADVISORY SERVICES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE WESTERN RAILWAY LINE
EOI Package No:
GR/MRD.GRDA/EOI/WRL/03/2017
EOI Opening Date:
27/10/2017
EOI Closing Date
21/11/2017
EOI Description:
The Ministry of Railways Development of the Republic of Ghana in collaboration with the Ghana Railway Development Authority intends to apply part of its budgetary allocation to payments under the contract for Transaction Advisory Services for the Development of the Western Railway Line. The objectives of the assignment would be to: • Review existing studies on the Western Railway Line and undertake traffic forecasts, financial & economic analysis, legal review and environmental & safeguards studies etc. to develop a Business Case Feasibility Report. • Assist Government through various phases of the PPP Project cycle and in line with the National PPP Policy and the draft PPP Law as well as the Public Procurement Act, 2003 (Act 663) and the Public Procurement (Amendment) Act, 2016 (Act 914) of the Republic of Ghana to procure investor(s) through competitive tendering procedures to develop the Western Railway Line on a PPP arrangement in agreement with Government. The assignment will be carried out in two (2) phases as follows: Phase I: In phase one of the task, the Transaction Advisor will review what has been done so far by Government in terms of this project including a review of the feasibility study undertaken in 2010 as part of the Mining Sector Support Programme and funded by the European Union (EU). The review will include but not limited to traffic forecasts, financial & economic analysis, legal review and environmental & safeguards studies etc. Phase II: In second phase, the Transaction Advisor will provide advisory services for the procurement of an investor which advisory service shall include advice on the preparation of all necessary documentation and processes (Expression of Interest, undertake Bidders' Conference, Request for Proposal, Proposals Evaluation, Selection and Negotiations with a private sector entity and bring it to financial closure). The Ministry of Railways Development now invites eligible Transaction Advisory firms to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested TAs should provide information demonstrating that they have the requisite qualifications, relevant experience and expertise to perform the Services (brochures, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc.). The shortlisting criteria are that all consultants responding to this Request for Expressions of Interest must have at least ten (10) years of relevant similar experience and technical capacity in providing Transaction Advisory Services for Transport Sector organizations across Africa. TA firms may associate with other firms in the form of a joint bid. Every bid must include significant Ghanaian participation.
  

EOI Name:
TRANSACTION ADVISORY SERVICES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A RAILWAY LINE FROM KUMASI TO PAGA (CENTRAL SPINE)
EOI Package No:
GR/MRD.GRDA/EOI/TA/KSI-PAGARAIL/02/2017
EOI Opening Date:
27/10/2017
EOI Closing Date
23/11/2017
EOI Description:
TRANSACTION ADVISORY SERVICES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A RAILWAY LINE FROM KUMASI TO PAGA (CENTRAL SPINE) The Ministry of Railways Development of the Republic of Ghana in collaboration with the Ghana Railway Development Authority intend to apply part of its budgetary allocation to payments under the contract for Transaction Advisory Services for the Development of a Railway Line from Kumasi to Paga (Central Spine). The objectives of the assignment would be to improve rail and logistics infrastructure as part of an integrated transport network in Ghana, helping to improve services to customers and reduce the cost of transport, especially, in trade to and from the hinterland and the Northern regions of Ghana. The assignment will be carried out in two (2) phases as follows: Phase I: In phase one of the assignment, the Transaction Advisor will review all relevant studies undertaken by Government on the corridor including the various outputs of an on-going Feasibility Study being undertaken by a Team of Consultants. The objective of the review is to prepare and package a bankable project for the development of the rail infrastructure from Kumasi through Tamale to Paga. Phase II: In the second phase, the Transaction Advisor will provide advisory services for the procurement of an investor(s) which advisory services shall include advice on the preparation of all necessary documentation and processes (Expression of Interest, undertake Bidders' Conference, Request for Proposal, Proposals Evaluation, Selection and Negotiations with a private sector entity and bring it to financial closure). The Ministry of Railways Development now invites eligible Transaction Advisory firms to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested TAs should provide information demonstrating that they have the requisite qualifications, relevant experience and expertise to perform the Services (brochures, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc.). The shortlisting criteria are that all consultants responding to this Request for Expressions of Interest must have at least ten (10) years of relevant similar experience and technical capacity in providing Transaction Advisory Services for Transport Sector organizations across Africa. TA firms may associate with other firms in the form of a joint bid. Every bid must include significant Ghanaian participation.
  

EOI Name:
TRANSACTION ADVISORY SERVICES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A METRO RAIL / LIGHT RAIL TRANSIT SYSTEM IN ACCRA AND ITS ENVIRONS
EOI Package No:
GR/MRD/EOI/TA/ACCRAIL/01/2017
EOI Opening Date:
27/10/2017
EOI Closing Date
10/11/2017
EOI Description:
The Ministry of Railways Development of the Republic of Ghana intends to apply part of its budgetary allocation to payments under a contract for Transaction Advisory Services for the Development of a Metro Rail / Light Rail Transit System in Accra and its environs. The objective of the assignment would be to engage an experienced and qualified Transaction Advisor (TA) to assist the Ministry of Railways Development through the various phases of a study which includes undertaking a feasibility study for the development of a Rail based Transit System on priority corridor(s) in Accra and its environs to be identified and agreed upon with stakeholders, develop a bankable document and assist with the procurement of a private sector partner to undertake the development of the project as well as develop a funding model to enable the project to be undertaken on a BOT or BOOT basis. The first phase of the assignment will be a study and will have the following five main stages: a. Identification of major travel corridors through a comprehensive traffic study including primary traffic & travel surveys, development of land-use parameters and transport demand modelling. b. Technical, Financial, Economic and Environmental/Safeguard as well as the Legal Feasibility of the selected system along the identified/ agreed priority corridor(s) in Accra and its environs as identified and agreed upon with stakeholders. c. Survey and map out right of way for the selected corridor(s). d. System selection by studying the available Rail based Transit Technologies worldwide, with recommendation for technology most suited for Accra and its environs with respect to forecasted ridership, right of way, total CAPEX/OPEX of the proposed system as well as cost per passenger km. e. Development of a suitable financial model for the project. In the second phase, the TA will provide advisory services for the procurement of an investor, which advisory service shall include advise on the preparation of all necessary documentation and processes (Expression of Interest, Bidders' Conference, Request for Proposal, Proposals Evaluation, Selection and Negotiations with a private sector entity and bring it to financial closure). The Ministry of Railways Development now invites eligible Transaction Advisory firms to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested TAs should 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.). The shortlisting criteria are that all TA firms responding to this Request for Expressions of Interest must have at least ten (10) years of relevant similar experience and the technical capacity in providing Transaction Advisory Services for Transport Sector organizations across Africa. TA firms may associate with other firms to present a joint bid. Every bid must include significant Ghanaian participation.
  

EOI Name:
Needs Analysis and Development of a Roadmap for an Audit Management System (AMIS)
EOI Package No:
GH-PFMRP-32914-CS-INDV
EOI Opening Date:
19/10/2017
EOI Closing Date
23/11/2017
EOI Description:
The Ministry of Finance has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Public Financial Management Reform Project, and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services. 2. The objective of the assignment is to assist the Ghana Audit Service (GAS) to undertake an assessment of existing practices and systems, identify the needs for the AMIS web-based application software and the improvement of ICT capabilities and infrastructure (data centers, servers, network connectivity, workstations/laptops, printers, information security, web portal access, interfaces, and more), and develop a roadmap for the design, development and implementation of AMIS. SCOPE OF SERVICE 3. The consultant is expected to carry out the following tasks: a) Study in depth all available documents and data concerning the Ghana Audit Service (GAS) objectives, regulations, processes, and systems, as well as the initial AMIS requirements prepared by GAS. b) Conduct a survey of the existing practices and systems through direct interviews, meetings, and discussions with all GAS units. The purpose of this is to assess realistically the needs and requirements of the direct beneficiaries that will use the AMIS system. c) Provide top quality professional advice and share international good practices related with the functionalities and technical requirements of similar AMIS solutions and DW/BI platforms. Prepare a comparative analysis of existing commercial and open source software packages that may fully or partially meet future AMIS requirements. d) Prepare a detailed needs analysis for the development of AMIS web-based application software, including possible improvements in ICT capabilities and infrastructure (data centers, servers, network connectivity, workstations/laptops, printers, security, web portal access, and more), as well as staff skills (to improve IT literacy and knowledge on web based applications) and existing workplace productivity tools (e.g. Smart Workplace currently being pilot tested). e) Assess a partially built application software for core AMIS needs and advise on whether it can be used for the purpose or a new one be developed. f) Suggest possible AMIS implementation options based on the needs and requirements identified (developing a new system through competitive selection of a supplier, or in-house development of AMIS using partially built system with support from solution providers, or other options). g) Suggest possible options for interconnectivity of AMIS and DW/BI with existing government systems (GIFMIS, Tax/Customs, HRMIS/Payroll, Procurement, Bank of Ghana, Business Registry, National ID System, Debt Management, Public Investment Management, etc.) using existing/new platforms managed by NITA (e.g. enterprise service bus and web services/APIs). h) Prepare the functional and technical specifications of the new AMIS (software, hardware, network equipment, interfaces, etc.) and DW/BI in line with the implementation approach selected by the GAS. Possibility of using open source software for AMIS modules (and DW/BI) will be included in the bidding document to provide enough flexibility for open source providers in addition to commercial packages. Requirements for the development of interfaces with existing government systems for data exchange and reporting needs should also be included. These requirements shall be incorporated in the final bidding document to be prepared by the Consultant. i) Prepare a detailed AMIS implementation plan and realistic cost estimate for the ICT solutions, services and training/change management activities to ensure timely completion within available budget. Provide guidance on Quality Assurance (QA) tests and procedures for developing the AMIS. j) Assist in the preparation of the bidding documents based on the World Bank guidelines. EXPECTED OUTPUTS 4. The following outputs shall be submitted by the consultant a) An Inception Report (week 2) which shall describe (i) initial results; (ii) final Work Plan; (iii) potential problems; (iv) proposed approaches for fulfilling this engagement under the Contract; (v) proposed clarifications to the resources to be provided by the Consultant and the Client; (vi) view as to any preconditions for successful execution of the assignment; and (vi) any other matter which the Consultant wishes to raise relative to the assignment. b) An Interim Report (week 8) that includes three reports: (i) detailed needs analysis for AMIS; (ii) assessment of partially built AMIS software; (iii) possible AMIS implementation options based on the needs analysis and requirements identified; (iv) deviations, if any, and corrective actions to be taken to return to the planned schedule of progress; (v) proposed actions to be taken and inputs provided by the Consultant in the upcoming period; and (vi) resources that the Consultant expects to be provided by the Ministry of Finance (MoF) and/or actions to be taken by the MoF. c) A Final Report (week 18) that summarizes the work performed, results achieved, and recommendations for follow-on action to further the objectives of the contract or otherwise promote success of the Project. The Final Report should include the latest versions of; (i) AMIS Functional and Technical Requirements; (ii) detailed implementation plan and cost estimates; 5. The Ministry of Finance, represented by the Public Financial Management Reform Project now invites eligible Individual Consultants ("Consultants"), to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. The shortlisting criteria are: a) General Experience of the Individual b) Specific Experience in undertaking similar assignments
  

EOI Name:
Review of Communication Strategy and Implementation Program
EOI Package No:
GH-PFMRP-32912-CS-QCBS
EOI Opening Date:
19/10/2017
EOI Closing Date
23/11/2017
EOI Description:
The Ministry of Finance has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Public Financial Management Reform Project, and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services. 2. The objective of the assignment is to a) Assess the effectiveness of communication activities being carried out since inception of the Project. b) Address communication gaps identified to ensure all stakeholders are effectively informed so as to minimize the possible incidence of resistance to Change c) Leverage Change management activities to ensure the Change will be embedded with stakeholders being adequately informed, engaged and enabled and overall Reform objectives achieved. d) Build capacity of the in-house team to undertake change management activities SCOPE OF SERVICE 3. The Consultant shall undertake the following tasks a) Review the existing Communication Plan currently being implemented and produce a revised Communication Strategy Document with a detailed plan of communication programme. b) Establish communication Channels to be adopted and develop contents for the following - Print Channels - Electronic Channels - Social Media Channel c) Facilitate the organization of the following - Workshops - Events - Media Programmes - Town Hall Meetings d) Undertake External communication activities such as - Featured Articles in leading national dailies - News items - Website development The Ministry of Finance, represented by the Public Financial Management Reform Project now invites eligible Consulting Firms ("Consultants"), to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. The shortlisting criteria are: a) General Experience of the firm b) Specific Experience in undertaking similar assignments c) Availability of qualified staff
  

EOI Name:
Engagement Of Field Coordinators
EOI Package No:
GR/MOH/CS/CPBF/01/2017
EOI Opening Date:
03/10/2017
EOI Closing Date
17/10/2017
EOI Description:
Engagement Of Field Coordinators To Work On The Implementation Of Community Performance Based Financing (CPBF) Pilot Project. The Ministry of Health (MoH) has received funds from the World Bank to support Maternal Child Health and Nutrition service delivery and other MCHNP activities in all regions. Part of the implementation processes is to undertake the piloting of Community Performance Based Financing (cPBF) in two districts each in four target regions namely Northern, Upper East, Upper West and Volta. The pilot selected districts are North Gonja, West Gonja, Bawku West, Talensi, Lawra, Nandom, Agotime Ziope, and Kadjebi. Project implementation will require full time attention to coordination and ensuring the necessary processes are implemented in a timely manner. In view of the need to provide consistent support, information and guidance especially to service delivery levels (districts, sub districts, and the community levels) during implementation of the project, there is a need for the recruitment of field coordinators for a period of two years to support the Ghana Health Service in the implementation of the project in all the regions. This is a two-year specific contract without expectation of full time appointment in Ghana Health Service. These Field Coordinators will be posted to the four target regions and must be willing to travel extensively. The Ministry of Health now invites interested personnel to indicate their interest in providing the services by submitting an Application Letter together with a detailed and signed Curriculum Vitae (CV) indicating their qualifications and experiences to perform the service. Copies of all relevant certificates must be attached
  

EOI Name:
Preparation of 2016 and 2017 State Of The Public Service Report
EOI Package No:
Gh-PFMRP-24298-CS-QCBS
EOI Opening Date:
26/09/2017
EOI Closing Date
25/10/2017
EOI Description:
1. The Ministry of Finance has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Public Financial Management Reform Project, and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services. 2. The objective of the assignment is to produce a comprehensive report on the level of satisfaction of the clients of public service organizations with the services provided these organization with the view to improve the effective, efficient and transparent public service delivery. 3. The specific objectives are to: a) Assess the range of services provided by public service organizations (PSOs); b) Analyze the accessibility of the services provided by public service organization to their clients ; c) Assess the level of customer care provided to clients; d) Assess the level of compliance or adherence of PSOs to their respective Service Charters; e) Analyze the level of satisfaction of the clients with the services provided by the PSOs; f) Ascertain the extent to which the services provided by PSOs cost the clients by way of time, resource, energy etc; g) Assess the quality and timeliness of services provided to clients; h) Assess the level of transparency and accountability in the service delivery processes; i) Assess the extent of usage of ICT in the service delivery of PSOs to clients; j) Identify challenges encountered by clients in accessing the services of PSOs; and k) Suggest strategies to improve service delivery of PSOs to their clients. SCOPE OF SERVICE 4. The consultant is expected to carry out the following services: a) Review the scope of the survey in consultation with the Public Service Commission b) Determine the appropriate sampling strategy and methods of Data Collection for the Survey; c) Review and adopt a questionnaire designed by Public Services Commission for the survey; d) Conduct the Survey; e) Process and analyze the data to form the basis for the writing of the State of the Public Service Report for 2016 and 2017 f) Write a comprehensive Report using the findings (data / information) generated by the statistical analysis. g) In carrying out all the above, involve selected staff of the Public Services Commission for the purposes of facilitating knowledge and skill transfer in order to ensure capacity sustainability for future State of The Public Services Surveys. h) Report to Public Services Commission through the Director, Research, Information, Monitoring and Evaluation Division of the Commission. EXPECTED OUTPUTS 5. The following outputs shall be submitted by the consultant a) Outline of Scope of the Survey; b) Sampling Strategy and Data Collection, Processing and Analysis Methods to be Employed; c) Questionnaire; d) Draft State of the Public Service Report for 2016 and 2017 e) Three copies of the 2016 and 2017 State of the Public Service Report (Final Report); f) Soft copy of the 2016 and 2017 State of the Public Service Report (Final Report); g) Selected PSC staff equipped with the requisite knowledge and skills in sampling, data collection, processing, analysis and Report Writing; h) Signed Oath of Secrecy. 6. The Ministry of Finance now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants"), to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. The shortlisting criteria are: a) General Experience of Firm b) Specific Experience of Firm in undertaking similar assignments c) Availability of staff for the assignment
  


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