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EOI Name:
Selection Of A Creative Agency
EOI Package No:
FDA/PSD/2018/A.12/RFQ-0077
EOI Opening Date:
12/07/2018
EOI Closing Date
15/08/2018
EOI Description:
Selection Of A Creative Agency For Re-Branding Activities And Launch Event For Food And Drugs Authority's Corporate Identity. To enable Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) improve its public appeal and recognizability, FDA wishes to refresh its brand, values and ideals through rebranding and intends to apply part of its Internally Generated Fund (IGF) under a contract for the rebranding of the Food and Drugs Authority. The objective of this "Expression of Interest" is to shortlist and subsequently select a creative agency for undertaking and executing various re-branding activities and event launch for the Food and Drugs Authority's Corporate Identity. The Consulting services ("the Services") includes updating or changing the entity's brand identity/logo or brand sign and communication around the acceptance of the new/updated brand identity/logo or sign of the FDA. Brand is the face and voice of organizations and it is what customers think of when they hear an organization's name. An 'organization' and its 'brand identity' should always be closely aligned and if the two are no longer a good fit, a change is definitely necessary. In view of this, FDA wishes to refresh the corporate visual identity of the organization to boost its brand appeal and increase brand visibility. This is intended to change stakeholders and general public's perception about the FDA and to align them with the refreshed identity of the FDA. The methodology shall include FDA logo redesign, development of new brand guidelines and conceptualization and publicization of new corporate identity. The overall duration of the assignment is expected to cover 3 months. The Food and Drugs Authority now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") who have significant expertise to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information stated below demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services as stated below: 1. A statement of capability detailing a pertinent history of the firm, core competencies, size of firm, as well as that of your workforce, highlighting their education and technical experience as it relates to your firm. 2. The general experience and specific experience of the firm in relation to this assignment including Clientele the past customers for whom your firm has done similar work. 3. The availability of appropriate skills among staff to undertake the assignment 4. Evidence of official incorporation of firm as well as Valid Tax Clearance, VAT and SSNIT Certificates. Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture to enhance their qualifications.
  

EOI Name:
Supply and Installation of the Pokuase Bulk Supply Point (BSP) Substation - Design-Build
EOI Package No:
5140400/IFB/CB/07/18
EOI Opening Date:
11/07/2018
EOI Closing Date
27/09/2018
EOI Description:
1. The Republic of Ghana and the United States of America acting through the Millennium Challenge Corporation ("MCC") have entered into a Millennium Challenge Compact on August 5, 2014 under which MCC will provide funding to the Government of Ghana (the "Government"), in an amount not to exceed Four Hundred and Ninety-Eight Million, Two Hundred Thousand United States Dollars (US$498,200,000) ("MCC Funding") to facilitate poverty reduction through economic growth (the "Compact"). Pursuant to the terms of the Compact, the Government committed to provide funding as a Government contribution to support implementation of the Compact in an amount equal to no less than seven and one-half percent (7.5%) of the amount of funding provided by MCC in the Compact (the "Government Contributions"). 2. The Government of Ghana ("GoG"), acting through the Millennium Development Authority ("MiDA"), intends to apply a portion of the MCC Funding to eligible payments under a contract for which this Invitation for Bids ("IFB") is issued. Any payments made by the MCA Entity under the proposed contract will be subject, in all respects, to the terms and conditions of the Compact and related documents, including restrictions on the use and distribution of MCC Funding. No party other than the Government and the MCA Entity shall derive any rights from the Compact or have any claim to the proceeds of MCC Funding. The Compact and its related documents can be found on the MCC website (www.mcc.gov) and on the website of the MiDA. 3. The goal of the Compact program is to reduce poverty through economic growth in Ghana. The objectives of the Compact program are to: (a) Increase private sector investment and productivity and profitability of micro, small, medium and large scale businesses; (b) Increase employment opportunities for men and women; and (c) Raise earning potential from self-employment and improved outcomes for men and women. The Program consists of six (6) projects: (i) the ECG Financial and Operational Turnaround Project; (ii) the NEDCo Financial and Operational Turnaround Project; (iii) the Regulatory Strengthening and Capacity Building Project; (iv) the Access Project; (v) the Power Generation Sector Improvement Project; and (vi) the Energy Efficiency and Demand Side Management Project. MCC's assistance will be provided in a manner that responds to constraints to economic growth by aiming to improve the reliability and quality of power in Ghana. The Compact Program will be executed over a period of five (5) years upon Entry into Force (EIF) of the Compact on 6th September, 2016. 4. This IFB follows the General Procurement Notice that appeared in dgMarket on and UNDB Online on 14th March, 2018, the MiDA website www.mida.gov.gh on Wednesday 14th March, 2018, and local newspapers, Business & Financial Times, Ghanaian Times and Daily Graphic on Tuesday 27th March, Friday 23rd March and Monday 19th March, 2018 respectively. 5. The Employer requests interested Bidders to submit sealed Bids (containing separate sealed envelopes for the Technical Offers and the Financial Offers) for the execution and completion of Supply and Installation of the Pokuase Bulk Supply Point (BSP) Substation - Design-Build, which is being offered based on the Schedule of Prices. All eligible Bidders are encouraged to apply. Please note that no pre-qualification has been undertaken for this procurement. The selection process, as described, includes a qualification step, which shall include a review of past performance, and a reference check and shall be subject to verification prior to the contract award. 6. A Contractor will be selected using Quality and Price Based Selection ("QPBS") procedures which modify the Competitive Selection procedures as described in this Bidding Document accompanying this Invitation for Bids. Bidders are advised that these procedures are governed by MCC Program Procurement Guidelines which can be found on the MCC website. Although these procedures are similar to those set out in the World Bank Standard Bidding Documents for Procurement of Works, Procurement of Plant Design, Supply and Installation and Standard Request for Proposals Selection of Consultants there are several significant differences and firms are advised to review these instructions carefully.
  

EOI Name:
AKUAPEM NORTH MUNICIPAL ASSEMBLY REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (TECHNICAL CONSULTING SERVICE TO MANAGE WASTE IN THE MUNICIPALITY) AND INVITING TENDERERS TO SUPPLY OFFICE STATIONERY AND EQUIPMENT UNDER CONTRACTUAL FRAME WORK AGREEMENT CONTRACT NATIONAL COMPETITIVE TENDERING (NCT).
EOI Package No:
ER/ANMA/WRK/OO1/18
EOI Opening Date:
22/06/2018
EOI Closing Date
09/07/2018
EOI Description:
Background: The Akuapem North Municipal Assembly intends to invite Technical Service Providers on two stage tendering process to first submit their proposals and strategies to educate, provide bins, collect waste and charge individual households in the Urban Towns of the Akuapem North Municipality, after which Request For Technical and Financial Proposal will be sent to the selected Consultants for further processes. Objectives: The Akuapem North Municipal Assembly want to improve Sanitation situation in the Municipality and abolish open air dumping of refuse by legislation and compulsory ownership of waste collection bins in the urban communities in the Municipality. Scope of work The prospective Technical Service Provider shall perform the following functions: ? To educate the public about Sanitation ? To sensitize the Public about the new Domestic refuse collection policy ? To provide free waste bins to every households in the urban communities ? To collect the waste of every households to the dumping site ? To charge a reasonable fee of every households Deliverables: In the performance of this assignment, the Assembly will demand a timely report, achievement and a way forward from the selected Service Provider. The Akuapem North Municipal Assembly now invites eligible Service Providers to indicate their interest and strategies in performing the service. Interested Service Provider should provide information demonstrating that they have required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the service Service Providers will be selected in accordance with procedures set out in the Public Procurement Act 2003, Act 663 as amended 2016, Act 914. (Providing past experience may be an advantage) Interested Service Providers should submit expression of interest and indicate strategies to perform the service at the address below from Monday to Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Expression of interest may be delivered to the address below on or before 9th July, 2018 4. To be eligible to perform the assignment, the prospective Service Providers should have the following documents: a. Valid Company Registration Certificate b. Valid Tax Clearance Certificate c. Valid Vat Registration Certificate d. Valid SSNIT Certificate e. Assembly Registration Certificate/Receipt f. Valid Labour Certificate g. Must be a Ghanaian INVITATION TO TENDERER TO SUPPLY VARIOUS OFFICE STATIONERY AND EQUIPMENT UNDER CONTRACTUAL FRAME WORK AGREEMENT CONTRACT The Akuapem North Municipal Assembly intends to apply part of its share of the District Assemblies Common Fund (DACF) allocations to fund eligible payments under the contracts specified in the table below: NO DESCRIPTION LOCATION LOT 1 OFFICE STATIONERY AND EQUIPMENT (VARIOUS) AKUAPEM NORTH MUNICIPAL ASSEMBLY 2. Tendering will be conducted through the National Competitive Tendering procedures specified in the Public Procurement Act, 2003 (Act 663) as amended 2016, Act 914 and the guidelines of the Public Procurement Authority of the Republic of Ghana. 3. A complete set of tender documents in English may be purchased by interested eligible tenderers from the address below upon submission of a written letter and payment of non-refundable fee of two hundred Ghana Cedis (GH? 200.00) during working hours i.e. from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. starting from 25th June, 2018 to 9th July, 2018. 4. All completed bids shall be accompanied with-Tender Security of 2% of Contract price from recognized Financial Institutions as well as the following: a. Valid Company Registration Certificate b. Valid Tax Clearance Certificate c. Valid Vat Registration d. Assembly Registration Certificate/Receipt 5. Tenders shall be valid for a period of 90 days after bid opening and must be signed, sealed and delivered to the address indicated below on or before 9th July, 2018 at 10: 00 a.m. 6. Tenders will be opened at 10:00 a.m. on 9th July, 2018 in the presence of Tenderers/Representatives who choose to be present. REGISTRATION OF SUPPLIERS, CONTRACTORS AND CONSULTANTS IN AKUAPEM NORTH MUNICIPAL ASSEMBLY DATA BASE 1. All eligible Suppliers, Contractors and Consultants are also invited to register in the Assembly's Supplier, Contractors and Consultants Database. 2. Database registration forms can be obtained at the Procurement Unit of the Assembly, Akropong in the Eastern Region at a non-refundable fee of Two Hundred Ghana Cedis (GH? 200.00). Address The Secretary Tender Committee Akuapem North Municipal Assembly P.O. Box 100 Akropong - Akuapem For further enquiries: Call: 0302907239/0246897948 E-mail: info@anma.gov.gh
  

EOI Name:
A Digital Development Strategy And Policy For Ghana
EOI Package No:
eTP/RComp/1.6.2
EOI Opening Date:
05/06/2018
EOI Closing Date
22/06/2018
EOI Description:
A Digital Development Strategy And Policy For Ghana The Government of the Republic of Ghana has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the eTransform Project, and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services. The consulting services ("the Services") include the preparation a Digital Development Strategy and Policy for Ghana The eTransform Ghana project focuses on employing ICT-based interventions, prudent and efficient use of government resources, to advance shared and accelerated development in priority areas of Ghana's development. The project development objective is to improve the efficiency and coverage of government services delivery using ICT. The Ministry of Communications is seeking to engage a firm of qualified consultants to facilitate a multi-stakeholder process towards the development of a new Digital Development Strategy and Policy for Ghana. The consultants retained for the assignment are expected to coordinate closely their work with that of consultants retained in connection with the other areas of the government's digital development agenda, including for the new Telecom, Cloud and Cybersecurity Strategies/Policies. This program of work should assist the Ministry of Communications (MoC) in developing a sector strategy and policy for the effective use of digital technologies to stimulate economic transformation and growth The Digital Development Strategy will be the basis for a Policy Document and Action Plan which will provide the guidelines for enhancing Ghana's standing with relation to the four pillars above, as well as guidance for the financing, institutions and human capacity that would be needed to implement the strategy The Ministry of Communications 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: • The Consulting firm retained for this assignment will need to demonstrate the level of policy, business, legal and regulatory expertise and experience that would be required for such an undertaking • The professional background of the consultant, led by a senior expert, is likely to be in the areas of digital economy business & strategy, digital technologies (media, telecommunications and IT), policy and regulatory expertise pertaining to digital business and innovation • Experience of conducting similar studies in other countries would be welcome; • Previous experience working on donor funded projects; • The demonstration that the firm has appropriate experts to undertake the assignment; and • Good reporting and presentation skills.
  

EOI Name:
CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR BUSINESS MODEL REVIEW OF VRA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOLS
EOI Package No:
VRA/PD/EOI/VS/01/2018
EOI Opening Date:
21/05/2018
EOI Closing Date
19/06/2018
EOI Description:
The assignment is to re-define the business model of VRA International Schools in the current competitive environment as a viable business ensuring high quality of service delivery and financial self sustainability.   The scope of services includes but not limited to the following:  The services cover the entire operations of VRA Schools (located at Akosombo, Akuse and Aboadze) as a Strategic Business Unit and its relationship with VRA as a Holding Company.   Develop a new business model to fit into the strategic direction for the VRA Schools as a business-oriented educational institution.. Develop a comprehensive implementation plan to ensure delivery of new business model considering key success factors. Outputs of the consultancy assignment will include, a diagnosis of the current business model, business frameworks (options), proposed business model, a gap analysis and implementation plan.
  

EOI Name:
CONSULATANCY SERVICES FOR AN ORGANISATIONAL STRATEGIC REVIEW OF VRA HEALTH SERVICES
EOI Package No:
VRA/PD/EOI/VHS/01/2018
EOI Opening Date:
21/05/2018
EOI Closing Date
19/06/2018
EOI Description:
The assignment is to review the organisational and business model of the VRA Health Services including mandated social responsibility. The scope of services includes but not limited to the following:  i. Review the entire operations of the VRA Health Services in Accra, Akosombo, Akuse and Aboadze. Also review their interrelationships with the Ministry of Health, National Health Insurance, the VRA and other stakeholders/partners.   Ii. Review the rationale, relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, impact and financial viability of the VRA Health Services to assist key strategic decisions about their future. iii. Develop an efficient and effective organizational model to manage costs and enable it to meet the requirements of a self-sustaining healthcare delivery business. iii. Propose a clear strategic direction based on industry knowledge and develop a realistic and actionable roadmap for implementation. Outputs of the consultancy assignment will include a set of strategic recommendations, Business /Operational Framework and Gap analysis and implementation plan
  

EOI Name:
Organisation Of Annual Standards Conference For Ghana
EOI Package No:
GR/GSA/CS/ASC/001/2018
EOI Opening Date:
11/05/2018
EOI Closing Date
05/06/2018
EOI Description:
Organisation Of Annual Standards Conference For Ghana The Ghana Standards Authority intends to organize an Annual Standards Conference for the Country to bring together stakeholders in standardization, conformity assessment and metrology. The Ghana Standards Authority hereby invites eligible companies who have experience in organizing scientific conferences for large audiences to indicate their interest in providing these services to the GSA for the Annual Standards Conference. It is intended that the chosen firm will provide the requested services to the GSA on a profit-sharing and performance-related basis as the GSA will not be making any upfront payments towards the organisation of the event. Interested firms should kindly submit their Proposals which must include financial projections as well as provide information demonstrating their competence and experience in conducting a similar assignment (brochures, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, and availability of appropriate skills including staff, etc).
  

EOI Name:
Redesign And Maintenance Of Website
EOI Package No:
FDA/PSD/2018/A.11/CS-49
EOI Opening Date:
11/05/2018
EOI Closing Date
29/05/2018
EOI Description:
Selection Of A Consulting Firm For Redesign And Maintenance Of Food And Drug Authority's Website. The Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) has received funding from the United Kingdom's Department for International Development (DFID), and intends to apply part of the proceeds under a contract for the redesign of the Food and Drugs Authority's Website. The Consulting services ("the Services") is to reorganize and re-engineer the FDA website to take advantage of contemporary online technologies and to synchronize with FDA's social media channels to create a contemporary seamless information communication platform to meet the aspirations of the FDA aimed at protecting public health and safety. This consultancy would also help strengthen the FDA to perform some levels of internal management of the website as well as all its associated appendages in the context modern technologies implemented. In executing its mandate as stipulated in the Public Health Act, 2012 (Act 851), the FDA exchanges a lot of information with its clients and consumers whose interest it serves on a wide range of areas. A well informed stakeholders enables the FDA to serve them better and ultimately protect public health and safety. In this regard, the FDA has had a website for over a decade serving its interest and those of its stakeholders. Since its creation, its structure and functionality has primarily remained the same. There is the need to modernize the FDA website to exploit advances in social media and other online technologies for an enhanced stakeholder experience; increased interaction and ease of use. In addition, there need to build internal capacity within the FDA to manage the FDA website, to optimise responsiveness to user requests and demands; and to ensure that routine content updates and content management tasks are performed by the trained FDA staff. The methodology shall include the development of corporate representation, website navigation and page structure. The overall duration of the assignment is expected to cover 12 months. The Food and Drugs Authority now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") who have significant expertise to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information stated below demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services as stated below: 1. A statement of capability detailing a pertinent history of the firm, core competencies, size of firm, as well as that of your workforce, highlighting their education and technical experience as it relates to your firm. 2. The general experience and specific experience of the firm in relation to this assignment including Clientele the past customers for whom your firm has done similar work. 3. The availability of appropriate skills among staff to undertake the assignment 4. Evidence of official incorporation of firm as well as Valid Tax Clearance, VAT and SSNIT Certificates.
  

EOI Name:
Development Of Social Media Content And Organization And Management Of Food And Drugs Authority’s Social Media Platforms
EOI Package No:
FDA/PSD/2018/A.11/CS-50
EOI Opening Date:
11/05/2018
EOI Closing Date
29/05/2018
EOI Description:
Selection Of A Consulting Firm For The Development Of Social Media Content And Organization And Management Of Food And Drugs Authority's Social Media Platforms The Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) has received funding from the United Kingdom's Department for International Development (DFID), and intends to apply part of the proceeds under a contract for the development of Social media content and organisation and management of Food and Drugs Authority's Social media platforms. The Consulting services ("the Services") includes building and maintaining strong social media presence for the FDA as well as creating content for social media channels based on the information provided by the FDA. Communication and public education is a key function of FDA's mandate and the organisation seeks to use various communication media to reach its stakeholders. Social media enables information sharing within the various communities and allows for real time interaction, thus providing a powerful medium of communication that can be exploited by the FDA. The authority desires further strengthen its regulatory and compliance functions, with increased presence and interaction on key social media platforms. This will enable the FDA publicize content and information on policies and issues relating to food and drug regulation. The Consultant is expected to support the FDA to manage its online presence on social media platforms by generating interest and increasing following as well as design and implement active social media campaigns which addresses key messages of interest for the FDA in collaboration with FDA staff. The methodology shall include the development of social media content in various formats including text, images, video, audio etc. as part of social media campaigns based on specific themes/subjects as well as mapping of content and content type to social media channels for optimal impact. The overall duration of the assignment is expected to cover 12 months. The Food and Drugs Authority now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") who have significant expertise to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information stated below demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services as stated below: 1. A statement of capability detailing a pertinent history of the firm, core competencies, size of firm, as well as that of your workforce, highlighting their education and technical experience as it relates to your firm. 2. The general experience and specific experience of the firm in relation to this assignment including Clientele the past customers for whom your firm has done similar work. 3. The availability of appropriate skills among staff to undertake the assignment 4. Evidence of official incorporation of firm as well as Valid Tax Clearance, VAT and SSNIT Certificates.
  

EOI Name:
Surveys For Some Baseline Objectively Verifiable Indicators
EOI Package No:
GR/GSA/EOI/OVI/01/2018
EOI Opening Date:
08/05/2018
EOI Closing Date
01/06/2018
EOI Description:
Surveys For Some Baseline Objectively Verifiable Indicators For The Monitoring & Evaluation System Of The Ghana Shippers' Authority. The Ghana Shippers' Authority intends to use part of its budgetary allocation for payment under the contract for Surveys for some baseline Objectively Verifiable Indicator (OVIs) for the Monitoring & Evaluation system of the Ghana Shippers' Authority. The Ghana Shippers' Authority now invites eligible Research Institutions/Consulting firms to indicate their interest in providing the service. Interested Research Institutions/Consulting Firms must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (description of similar assignments, relevant experiences in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc.).
  


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