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EOI Name:
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST: PROCUREMENT SERVICES PROVIDER FOR THERMAL GENERATION OPERATIONS
EOI Package No:
VRA/EOI/TGD/01/2017
EOI Opening Date:
26/04/2017
EOI Closing Date
24/05/2017
EOI Description:
The VRA now invites proposals from eligible firms willing to undertake procurement services on behalf of VRA for all Plants under the Thermal Generation Department in relation to procuring, pre-financing and delivery of parts, services and equipment from Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) to designated locations (Takoradi, Tema and Kpone) in Ghana in a timely manner in order to ensure availability of parts, equipment and services.
The parts, equipment and services are of but not limited to mechanical, electrical, instrumentation in type. The generating fleets include but not limited to three (3)GE Frame 9E, Two (2) GT11 Alstom, Siemens, Three (3) SGT-300, two (2) SGT-400, two (2) CMI Vertical Boilers, one (1) SC4 Steam Turbine generator and its associated accessories. Balance of Plants systems include but not limited to Fuel Treatment, Water Treatment and Oily waste treatment and associated ancillary
  

EOI Name:
Individual Consulting Services for Procurement Audit of the GAMA Sanitation and Water Project of the Ministry of Sanitation and Water.
EOI Package No:
MLGRD/GSWP/PM/015
EOI Opening Date:
12/04/2017
EOI Closing Date
27/04/2017
EOI Description:
The Government of Ghana has received funding from the World Bank towards the cost of implementation of the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area Sanitation and Water Project (GSWP) through the Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development (MLGRD) and Ministry of Water Resources Works and Housing (MWRWH) and intends to apply part of the proceeds for Individual Consulting Services to undertake Procurement Audit.

The main components of the project are:
a) Provision of environmental sanitation and water supply services to priority low income areas of the GAMA.
b) Improvement and expansion of the water distribution network in the GAMA.
c) Planning, improvement and expansion of GAMA-wide environmental sanitation.
d) Institutional Strengthening.

The two main agencies responsible for the implementation of the various components of the project, as at project preparation stage were Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development (MLGRD) through the Project Coordinating Unit (PCU) and Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL). The sanitation activities, under Components 1 and 3, are being implemented by the corresponding Metropolitan/Municipal Assemblies (MMAs) under the coordination of, and support from, the Project Coordination Unit (PCU). The PCU is responsible for the implementation of any major sanitation facilities to be shared by two or more MMAs. Water related investments, mainly those under Component 2 and a subcomponent of 4 is implemented by the Project Management Unit (PMU) of the GWCL. The project has been implemented for three years and therefore wishes to undertake a procurement audit to verify the compliance with the World Banks' procurement guidelines.

Objectives of the Assignment
The objective of the procurement audit is to enable the auditor to express a professional opinion on the procurement compliance/position of the GAMA Sanitation and Water Project comprising PCU and MMAs Procurement Activities and GWCL Procurement Activities at the end of the fiscal year 31st December, 2016 and activities are in compliance with the World Bank's fiduciary principles.
The project procurement filing and records as maintained by PCU, MMA's and GWCL's Project Development Department (PDD) provide the basis for the preparation and for that matter audit and are established to reflect the procurement activities as maintained by the two project implementing units.

Scope of the Assignment
The audit, which will cover PCU, the eleven MMAs and the GWCL, will be carried out in accordance with International Standards of Auditing, and should include such tests of controls as the auditor considers necessary under the circumstances.
• Works, goods, non-consulting services and consulting services financed under the project have been procured in accordance with the relevant grant agreements and procurement guidelines.
• All necessary supporting documents, records and filing have been kept in respect of all procurement activities.
• The project procurement plans have been prepared and updated in accordance with consistently applied regulations and give a true and fair view of the procurement position of the project as at 31st December 2016.
• Review the capacity of the procuring entities in undertaking procurement efficiently and identify causes of delays and complaints, if any.
• Verify, to the extent possible, whether goods, works and services, delivered conform to specified requirements.
• Undertake cost price verifications for goods, works and services to establish whether they are realistic.
• Undertake physical inspection of goods and installed products to ensure they are properly labelled,
• For civil works, visit work sites to verify status and confirm completion if applicable, and verify contract amendments and variation orders
• Identify deficiencies and recommend measures to improve them.
The auditor must form an opinion as to the degree of compliance with the Bank's procurement guidelines and procedures and of the financing agreement. The audit should examine the eligibility and correctness of procurement activities during the period under review including the MMAs procurement activities in accordance with the procurement guidelines, financing agreement and the adequacy of internal approvals and controls.

Qualification and experience
• A minimum of Master's degree relevant qualification.
• At least 15years post-qualification practical experience in Procurement and Contract Management.
• At least 10 years' experience in donor funded project procurement auditing.
• Be familiar with World Bank procurement guidelines, policies, rules and regulation.
• Should have a good report writing and communications skills.

Only one (1) individual Procurement Specialist shall finally be selected to perform the Services. The selection will be carried through competition among qualified short-listed individuals in which the selection will be based on the 'Individual Consulting Services selection criteria in accordance with the "Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits and Grants by World Bank Borrowers" dated January 2011 and revised July 2014". The Curriculum Vitae of Individuals having the required experience and competence relevant to the assignment shall be assessed and compared, and the best qualified and experienced individuals shall be selected.

The Curriculum Vitae must be delivered to the address (1) below by April 27, 2017 at 16.00 pm

The Project Coordinating Unit
Location: Within the Premises of Institute of Local Government Studies (ILGS)
Ogbojo, near Madina New Road Estate — Accra, Ghana.
Email: soteng@lgpcu.org
Tel. +233 (302)504739/40; Mob. +233 (0507443161)

  

EOI Name:
Integrated Tax Returns Preparation Software (I-TAPS)
EOI Package No:
GR/GRA/EOI/i-TapS/01/2017
EOI Opening Date:
07/04/2017
EOI Closing Date
03/05/2017
EOI Description:
The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) intends to apply part of its DFID supported funds to fund eligible payments towards the cost of selecting Software Developers to develop THE Integrated Tax Returns Preparation Software (I-TAPS).
1. Vision and Objectives
The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) is committed to making the completion of tax returns and assessment by taxpayers in Ghana an easy and straightforward activity.
As a result of the integration of the three erstwhile revenue agencies into the GRA, the need to provide the taxpayer with a tax helper software that can now include multiple (and integrated) tax types is required. The requirement has been entitled 'the integrated Tax returns Preparation Software' (i-TapS).
The i-Taps should support the numerous improvements in the way in which the GRA now handles tax management, and should be in line with, and provide support to, the current Tax legislation the GRA is mandated to administer.

2. Tax Types
The software must be developed to generate the following Tax Returns that would be submitted to the GRA by taxpayers both in hard and/or soft copies.
a. Pay As You Earn (PAYE)
b. Personal Income Tax (PIT)
c. Value Added Tax (VAT)
d. Withholding Tax (WHT)
e. Company Self-Assessment Estimates and an Electronic Book Keeping module.

SELECTION CRITERIA
The Ghana Revenue Authority therefore invites Software Developers that have been in practice for a minimum of three (3) years to indicate their interest and capacity to undertake the said assignment by providing proposals with information that indicates the following:
• Company Profile
• Profile of key personnel
• Experience in assignment of comparable scope that has been undertaken in recent times/List of clientele base
• Evidence of good corporate membership of the requisite professional bodies (where applicable)
• Valid Tax Clearance Certificate
• Valid SSNIT Clearance Certificate
• Company Registration Certification
• Company Registration Certificate Renewal
  

EOI Name:
CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR THE ENGAGEMENT OF A FIRM TO CONDUCT BENEFICIARY ASSESSMENT OF LEAP
EOI Package No:
GR/MoGCSP/CS/002/17
EOI Opening Date:
04/12/2017
EOI Closing Date
05/09/2017
EOI Description:
Background

The Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection (MoGCSP) is implementing the LEAP Programme, which aims at reducing poverty in Ghana by providing cash grant to extremely poor and vulnerable households. The LEAP Programme targets beneficiary households for social protection and pro-poor interventions for the poorest, vulnerable and excluded people.
The objective of the LEAPprogramme is to reduce poverty by increasing consumption and promoting access to services and opportunities such access to health care services, to increase basic school enrolment, attendance and retention among the extremely poor and vulnerable.

The programme is funded by the Government of Ghana with additional financial and technical support from the Department for International Development (DFID), UNICEF and the World Bank.

The LEAP programme is continually taking steps to improve the performance of the programme for the benefit of the beneficiaries. The LEAP programme is keen to understand what the beneficiaries' impressions of the programme's activities and to assess whether beneficiaries themselves are satisfied with the systems employed. A beneficiary assessment is an investigation of the perceptions of a systematic sample of beneficiaries and other stakeholders to ensure that their concerns are heard and incorporated into project and policy formulation. Perfect execution of this assignment and the adoption of the views of LEAP beneficiaries with respect to their socio cultural conditions will ensure real participation of beneficiaries in the programme and long lasting benefits beyond the cash grants.

To attain this objective, the Ministry through LEAP Management Secretariat wishes to engage a firm to conduct a Beneficiary Assessment (BA) to identify and design development activities and highlight any challenges to beneficiaries' participation in the programme by holding consultations with programme beneficiaries and stakeholders.

The aim of this exercise is not to produce statistical representative data (this is already provided for by the impact assessment) but to understand the daily experiences of LEAP beneficiaries such as the problems they face, the strategies they use to deal with these problems and their experiences with the programme services. This will enable the programme determine how to better support beneficiaries to enable them leap out of poverty.

Objectives of the assignment

The objective of this BA is to assess how LEAP beneficiaries and stakeholders perceive and value (i) the programme design, (ii) the activities the programme is implementing, and (iii) the changes that are necessary to enable the programme meet its objectives.

This BA will assess how LEAP beneficiaries and stakeholders perceive the programme both in terms of design and implementation with respect to the following areas of the programme:
• Targeting
• Enrolment
• Payments
• Case Management
• Communication
• Programme Implementers (LMU, MoGCSP, RSWO, DSWO and CLICs/CFP)
• The need for re-certification, graduation/complementarity and exit

Scope of the services required
The consulting firm will first familiarize itself with the design and operational cycle of the LEAP Programme. This will be done through reading all necessary documentation, interviews with key stakeholders of the Programme and first hand exploration of Programme sites. Upon completion of the document review, the consulting firm will develop and submit an inception report to LEAP Implementing Unit and discuss the findings to ensure that they understand the programme andits operations and are using the appropriate methodology for the assessment.
Location and required timescale for the completion of the services
The assignment is to be conducted in some selected districts across the country and the duration is fourteen (14) weeks from inception through data collection to the final report.
The Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection now invites eligible consultants to indicate their interest in providing the services. Interested Consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (brochures, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc.). Consultants may associate to enhance their qualifications.
Expression of Interest Evaluation Criteria
The criteria for the evaluation of the Expression of Interest shall include the following:
i. Experience and past performance on similar assignments
ii. Capabilities with respect to personnel and facilities
iii. Required licensing and professional registrations
iv. Commercial and financial
Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm.
Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below by 9th May, 2017.
NATIONAL LEAP PROGRAMME MANAGER
LEAP MANAGEMENT SECRETARIAT
HEAD OFFICE, WITHIN THE PREMISES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN NEAR THE GEORGE
PADMORE RESEARCH LIBRARY, RIDGE - ACCRA
TEL. : 0303969399


  

EOI Name:
High Volume Delivery Services
EOI Package No:
GR/GHSC-PSM/LMD/01/2017
EOI Opening Date:
12/04/2017
EOI Closing Date
28/04/2017
EOI Description:
The Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) in Ghana intends to hire services from a reputable organization for the delivery of Long-Lasting Insecticide-treated Nets (packed in bales) from the central level warehouse facility located in Tema to designated district storage facilities/warehouses throughout Ghana and then to the school level throughout the country (9 Regions in total).

Interested firms that have experience in high volume delivery services, with an emphasis on last mile distribution (LMD) in Ghana are recommended to apply to this exciting opportunity. Interested firms must submit the following information by email to PSMGHANAProcurement@ghsc-psm.org
  

EOI Name:
Development of Child Online Protection (COP) Policy and Guidelines for Ghana
EOI Package No:
GR/eTransform/EOI/COP/01/2017
EOI Opening Date:
03/04/2017
EOI Closing Date
19/04/2017
EOI Description:
Development of Child Online Protection (COP) Policy and Guidelines 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 for Development of Policy and Guidelines for Child Online Protection (COP).

Ghana has been engaging with international institutions to ensure adherence to recognised norms and standards and was the first country to ratify the United Nations Convention on the Right of the Child. Although Parliament sought to give effect to its convention obligation by enacting the children's Act in 1998, it predates the rapid expansion of internet access and is not directed specifically at Child Online Protection. Being a member of ITU and drawing upon its published guidelines for policy makers on child online protection, the Government of Ghana as part of efforts to protect children and young people from cyber predators has constituted a COP steering committee. The committee is to spearhead discussions of key issues relating to the risks and vulnerabilities facing children and young people within cyberspace.

The consulting services ("the Services") include
a. Conducting field survey to ascertain proportion of children who are online and also have access to child abuse materials.
b. Analyzing and reviewing policy, legal and regulatory framework pertaining to cybercrime particularly concerning child online safety.
c. Collaborating with the Child Online Protection (COP) steering committee, identifying key stakeholders to contribute in the preparation of a national COP policy taking cognisance of the ITU's COP guidelines to draft COP policy
d. Providing strategy and a 5 year detailed plan to guide the implementation and enforcement of the COP policy
e. Ensuring that Ghana has a comprehensive COP policy which is in line with the ITU COP guideline and the global cybersecurity agenda

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 selected firm should be a legally established organization in operations for a minimum of seven years.
• The firm should have five years of international experience in similar assignments, and expertise in policy and analysis dealing with child online protection;
• The demonstration that the firm has appropriate experts/skill mix to undertake the assignment;
• Previous considerable expertise and knowledge in the analysis and review of policy, legal and regulatory framework pertaining to cybercrime particularly concerning child online safety;
• Good working knowledge of the Ghanaian legal and regulatory system;
• Previous experience working on donor funded projects;

  

EOI Name:
Warehousing Facility - GHSC-PSM
EOI Package No:
GR/GHSC-PSM/EOI/001/2017
EOI Opening Date:
30/03/2017
EOI Closing Date
28/04/2017
EOI Description:
The Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) in Ghana intends to hire services of an eligible company that can rapidly and responsively receive, store and prepare orders of pharmaceutical-grade health commodities in Ghana which may include antiretroviral medicines, antimalarial medicines and Rapid Diagnostic Tests (RDTs), contraceptives, amongst others, in support of the GHSC-PSM project. The GHSC-PSM Program requires an estimated 2,000 pallet spaces in a facility that has pallet racking or sufficient space so that all commodities are stored off the floor and stacked no more than 1.5 meters high. The facility must be fully enclosed, temperature controlled, and built with permanent material and with a smooth concrete floor. The RFP document is available on request from the project office located at Planet House, No. 8, Third Ringway Estate, Osu, Accra.
Interested firms that have experience in temperature-controlled storage and warehousing services for health commodities must submit the following information by email to PSMGHANAProcurement@ghsc-psm.org to request a copy of the RFP: name of organization, address, point of contact, and telephone number
  

EOI Name:
Feasibility Study To License And Regulate Private Garages To Undertake Vehicle Testing In The Northern Sector Of Ghana.
EOI Package No:
GH TSIP - P151026
EOI Opening Date:
15/03/2017
EOI Closing Date
12/04/2017
EOI Description:
Feasibility Study To License And Regulate Private Garages To Undertake Vehicle Testing In The Northern Sector Of Ghana.

The Government of the Republic of Ghana has applied for a credit from the International Development Association (IDA) for financing of a feasibility study to license and regulate private garages to undertake vehicle testing in the northern sector of the country. The study would review and recommend the optimal number of GH TSIP (P151026): DVLA: Consultancy Services to develop a system to license and regulate private garages: REOI: No Objection to advertise (2) garages needed to serve the vehicle fleets in the respective urban areas within the defined geographical area. It will also assess the viability of the planned operations in the three (3) Northern regions and will develop implementation and regulatory requirements to assist the DVLA with implementation, also taking cognizance of the fact that motor cycles are predominant. There is a need to improve safety on the roads and the use of equipment-based testing is a key building block to improve the standards of the Ghanaian vehicle fleet. DVLA intends to apply part of the proceeds for the above consulting services.

It is expected that the proposal shall consider the capacity of the private sector to undertake the equipment-based testing. There must also be emphasis on the need to undertake a comprehensive test to promote road safety.


The feasibility study covers the following:
a) Review the capacity of the private sector (fuel stations, maintenance or repair shops, automobile dealers, etc.) to undertake motor vehicle examination
b) Determine the infrastructure and equipment requirements to upgrade the existing facilities to undertake vehicle examinations
c) Test the interest of the private sector to undertake vehicle testing and what their concerns are.
f) Develop a financial model to ensure sustainability given the geographical distribution of vehicles.
g) Review and recommend financing options for the construction of testing facilities by interested parties.
h) Propose a suitable model for implementation
i) Arrange for study tour
j) Prepare an implementation plan with the draft agreement between DVLA and the private sector.

The duration of the assignment for the assignment is 6 calendar months from commencement. More details on the services are provided in the Terms of Reference.

The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority now invite 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 primary shortlisting criteria are:
(i) Must show at least 10 years advisory experience on vehicle inspection systems, and
(ii) Must show at least 10 years' experience with similar project implementation.

Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a sub-consultancy to enhance their qualifications

Interested firms must organize their Expression of Interest by indicating the following:
i) Company Profile, ii) Legal Status (Certificate of Incorporation), iii) Letter of intent of Association, if necessary, iv) Experience of at least two (2) assignments each with a scope and nature similar to what is stated above during the last 10 years (v) A summary of assignments undertaken in the project country (Ghana) and in Sub Saharan Africa, giving the client name and the year in which the assignment was carried out.

  

EOI Name:
Consulting Services For Office Construction and IT Equipment
EOI Package No:
GR/GRA/EOI/OC-IT/01/2017
EOI Opening Date:
07/03/2017
EOI Closing Date
31/03/2017
EOI Description:
Ghana Revenue Authority — IT Training Institute Project

Project Measures: The project has three sub-projects:
1. Realization of a Fully Equipped Building to accommodate the IT Training Centre.
2. Development and Implementation of a Professional IT Training Organization to be responsible for the overall planning, organization and delivery of IT training across the GRA.
3. Development and Implementation of a Decentralized Computer Based IT Training concept supported by Local Coaching.

Requested Services:
Assisting GRA to execute all three projects components, including: project and financial management, design, tendering and construction supervision.
The selection of experienced consultants will be in accordance with the "Guidelines for the appointment of consultants in the financial cooperation with partner countries" (see the website of the KfW development bank www.kfw-entwicklungsbank.de). It is planned to commission an experienced consulting firm, respectively association, consortium or joint venture, with experience in the sector in association with a local consultant.
  

EOI Name:
Facelift of Buildings Within Ministerial Enclave of Ministry of Finance
EOI Package No:
RFP/MoF/ME/QCBS/03/17
EOI Opening Date:
22/03/2017
EOI Closing Date
06/04/2017
EOI Description:
Consultancy Services for the Redesign, Engineering and Supervision of Works required for the facelift on Buildings within the Ministerial Enclave of the Ministry of Finance.

The Government of the Republic of Ghana through the Ministry of Finance (MoF) has received budgetary allocation towards the cost of Consultancy Services towards the Facelift of Buildings within the Ministerial Enclave of the Ministry of Finance.

The Consulting Services ("the Services") include the detailed architectural and Engineering re-design, preparation of tender documents as well as supervision of construction works. The project implementation period is 4 months expected to start in May, 2017.

The Ministry of Finance now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") who have carried out similar assignments 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.
  


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