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EOI Name:
Collection of Revenue
EOI Package No:
NR/CS/REV/001/2018
EOI Opening Date:
26/04/2018
EOI Closing Date
08/05/2018
EOI Description:
The Tamale Metropolitan Assembly has received funds through its Internally Generated Fund (IGF) and intends to modernize its Revenue collection system and outsource sections of the Revenue streams to competent firms to collect on behalf of the Assembly. Assignment Title: Lot 1: Modernization and Mechanization of Tamale Metropolitan Assembly Revenue System Lot 2: Collection of Revenue for the Tamale Metropolitan Assembly Lot 1: Scope of the consulting services includes the following • Automate the Process • Provision of Equipment for the System • Support the System Lot 2: Scope of the consulting services includes the following • Provision of strategies to efficiently and effectively mobilize revenue • Serving of Bills and collection of revenue • Payment of daily collections • Capturing and updating of data The Tamale Metropolitan Assembly now invites eligible firms to indicate their interest in the services with the requirements below; i. Business registration Certificate ii. Business Operating Certificate/Permit iii. Tax Clearance Certificate iv. SSNIT Clearance Certificate v. Labour Certificate vi. Profile of the Firm
  

EOI Name:
Design Review And Construction Supervision Of The Development Of Tamale Airport Phase 2
EOI Package No:
GR/GACL/CS/0004/2018
EOI Opening Date:
10/04/2018
EOI Closing Date
08/06/2018
EOI Description:
Design Review And Construction Supervision Of The Development Of Tamale Airport Phase 2 1. The Ghana Airports Company Limited intends to apply part of its budgetary allocation to payments under the contract for Consultancy Services for "Design Review and Construction Supervision of the Development of Tamale Airport Phase 2". 2. The services include review of designs to be submitted by Design-Build Contractor, project management and construction supervision of new passenger and hajj terminal buildings as well as all associated ancillary facilities. The scope of services includes but not limited to the following: i) Review of designs for new passenger and hajj terminal buildings as well as all associated ancillary facilities. ii) Project Management Services. iii) Construction supervision of works. iv) Monitoring of the implementation of the Environmental and Social Management Plan (ESMP) to ensure compliance. 3. The Ghana Airports Company Limited 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. For evaluation of the expressions of interest the following criteria among others will be applied: i) Evidence of official incorporation of firms and their geographical locations. ii) Evidence of licensing and professional engineering registration of firm (or firms) in accordance with Engineering Council Act, 2011 (Act 819) in Ghana; and Architects Registration Council of Ghana (ARC), Architects Decree 1969, NLCD 357. Firms must be licensed and registered in accordance with Act 819 to practice engineering in Ghana. However, for foreign firms, evidence of equivalent licensure in their home country shall suffice for short listing purpose whilst steps are taken to meet the mandatory requirements of Act 819 (and Architects Decree 1969, NLCD 357) for subsequent phases of the procurement process. iii) Annual turnover of the firm. iv) Evidence of tax returns. v) General experience of firm in the airport as well as general commercial real estate and industrial development projects. vi) Number of similar assignments by the firm. vii) Firm's experience in sub Saharan Africa. viii) Availability and experience of relevant key personnel in similar assignments. Personnel must be licensed in accordance with Act 819 (to practice engineering) and Architects Decree 1969, NLCD 357 (to practice architecture) in Ghana. However, for foreign firms, evidence of equivalent licensure of engineering personnel in their home country shall suffice for short listing purpose whilst steps are taken to meet the mandatory requirements of Act 819 (and Architects Decree 1969, NLCD 357) for subsequent phases of the procurement process
  

EOI Name:
Request For Proposal For Cafetaria Services
EOI Package No:
GR/GTUC/CS/001/2018
EOI Opening Date:
24/04/2018
EOI Closing Date
22/05/2018
EOI Description:
Request For Proposal For Cafetaria Services Ghana Technology University College is outsourcing the management of its cafeteria. In line with this, the University College is inviting proposals from fully qualified caterers, catering firms and eligible culinary bodies for the management of the cafeteria. The outsourcing agreement will cover the Abeka Campus Cafetaria located at Abeka, Accra. Interested operators are to provide the following documents together with proposal: • Valid business registration certificate; • Evidence of certification / competence; • Health and safety training records and certifications; and • List of culinary equipment. Essential requirement and criteria for shortlisting operators will be as follows: • Number of years in business and experience shown (Minimum of 5 years); • Technical and managerial ability of firm; • Availability of appropriate skill among staff; and • Firms experience / knowledge in similar working conditions or environment The operator should be able to provide a good quality menu that reflects value for money to both students and staff of GTUC.
  

EOI Name:
Development of the Ghana - Burkina Railway Interconnectivity Project
EOI Package No:
GH/GBRIP/CS/01/2018
EOI Opening Date:
23/04/2018
EOI Closing Date
21/05/2018
EOI Description:
Expression of Interest for Development of the Ghana - Burkina Railway Interconnectivity Project on a Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT) Basis The Republic of Ghana and Burkina Faso are two countries in West Africa sharing a continuous international land border of about 549 kilometers. The two countries, members of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), represent one of the most dynamic economies of the sub-region with a growth rate estimated at 8.4% for Burkina and 8.7% for Ghana in 2017. The two countries are historic trading partners with north-south cross-border road traffic of nearly 465 vehicles per day, the two countries are connected on the Burkina side mainly by the national roads No. 5, 6 in the North-South direction giving access to the Port of Tema and Takoradi. The dependence of trade on mainly the road mode limits trade between these two countries, notwithstanding the mining and commercial potentials they have. In line with ECOWAS policy and Railway Master Plan emphasizing the need for rail interconnectivity among sister ECOWAS countries, the two countries have agreed to seek technical and financial partners for the construction and operation of a railway system between the two countries on a PPP basis. In this regard, the Governments of Ghana and Burkina Faso intend to pursue a PPP arrangement for the development of the Ghana - Burkina Railway Line on a Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT) basis. The Ghana leg of the proposed railway corridor is towards the easternmost part of the country and starts from the Tema Port, through Akosombo, Ho, Hohoe, Yendi, Tamale and to Paga. The line continues in Burkina Faso from Dakola going through Po along the national highway number 5, integrating the pole of growth of bagre and ends at Ouagadougou. The procurement of the private sector partner(s) to develop the project will be carried out in accordance with the applicable procurement laws of both Ghana and Burkina. The objective of the project, which is to improve the transport and logistics chain on the rail corridor towards accelerating economic growth and development of both countries, is expected to be fully funded through a public-private partnership (PPP) arrangement. The Governments of the Republic of Ghana and Burkina Faso through their respective Ministries of Railways Development and Transport, Urban Mobility & Road Safety are therefore inviting prospective bidders ("firms") to express their interest for the development of the Project on a BOT basis. The Expression of Interest should include the following: • a letter of expression of interest specifying the purpose of the assignment; • The financial strength/capacity of the prospective bidder; • The prospective bidder's technical experience/capacity in carrying out the above project on a BOT basis; and • The bidder's past experience in similar projects. Bidders may form consortiums with other firms to enhance their qualification and must include significant level of Ghanaian and Burkinabé participation. Bids are invited from firms from all countries and interested bidders may obtain further information at the addresses below during office hours.
  

EOI Name:
Installation of an Outage Management System (OMS)/Advanced Distribution Management System (ADMS)
EOI Package No:
5150100/LOI/SIC/04/18
EOI Opening Date:
20/04/2018
EOI Closing Date
30/05/2018
EOI Description:
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 Contribution"). 2. The Government of Ghana ("GoG"), acting through the Millennium Development Authority ("MiDA" or "MCA Entity"), intends to apply a portion of the MCC Funding to eligible payments under a contract for which this Request for Proposals ("RFP") 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 MCA Entity. 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. 4. 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 This LOI follows the General Procurement Notice that appeared in dgMarket on and UNDBOnline on 14th March, 2018, the MiDA website www.mida.gov.gh on 14th March 2018, and local newspapers, Daily Graphic on 19th March, Ghanaian Times on 23rd March and Business & Financial Times on 27th March, 2018 respectively. Summary of Services: MiDA is seeking to award a contract to an Individual Consultant to undertake Detailed Studies, Prepare Specifications and Price Schedules for OMS; Assist with Procurement of OMS Supplier and Supervise the implementation of an Outage Management System (OMS) /Advanced Distribution Management System (ADMS) for Electricity Company of Ghana Limited. Interested Individual Consultants are requested to submit their Application in a sealed envelope which should include: (i) An Application/Cover Letter (Format in Section 2) to be considered for the assignment, evidencing date of availability; (ii) A current CV (Format in Section 3) showing the minimum requirements described above and in compliance with the attached TOR, contact details (i.e., address, telephone and fax numbers, e-mail address, website, etc.); (iii) At least three references that can comment on the Consultant's related work experience; (iv) The proposed Approach, Methodology and Work Plan on no more than 10 pages (Format in Section 4). (v) The Consultant must very clearly and explicitly address the requirements to evidence past work experience that demonstrates each of the required qualifications and clearly illustrates their capability to successfully perform each of the tasks described in the TOR. No Financial information whatsoever should be included in the Technical offer. Before applying, interested Individual Consultants should review the Terms of Reference (Format in Section 5), which describes the assignment in detail and associated evaluation criteria. The selected Individual Consultant will sign a contract (Format Section 6) on the basis of a lump sum fee inclusive of expenses.
  

EOI Name:
Feasibility Studies For The Re-Development Of The Railway Line From Kotoku To Huni Valley
EOI Package No:
GR/MoRD/CS/002/2018
EOI Opening Date:
13/04/2018
EOI Closing Date
04/05/2018
EOI Description:
Feasibility Studies For The Re-Development Of The Railway Line From Kotoku To Huni Valley - (CENTRAL LINE) 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 Feasibility Studies for the Re-Development of the Railway Line from Kotoku to Huni Valley (Central Line). The objective of this project is to undertake a feasibility study of the railway line from Kotoku on the Eastern Line to Huni Valley on the Western Line which has been closed over 15 years ago in order to assess or determine the financial, socio-economic and environmental viability of the line to justify its re-development. The feasibility study will involve economic, financial, social and environmental assessment of the existing line and the development of a business case that could attract private sector interest in its re-development. The Ministry of Railways Development now invites eligible Consulting firms to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested firms 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.).
  

EOI Name:
Feasibility Studies For The Development Of The Trans-Ecowas Railway Line
EOI Package No:
GR/MoRD/CS/008
EOI Opening Date:
13/04/2018
EOI Closing Date
04/05/2018
EOI Description:
Feasibility Studies For The Development Of The Trans-Ecowas Railway Line From Aflao To Elubo 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 Feasibility Studies for the Development of the Trans-ECOWAS Railway Line from Aflao to Elubo. The overall objective of this project is to undertake a feasibility study for the development of a railway line from Aflao through Tema, Takoradi to Elubo. The feasibility study will involve economic, financial, social, environmental assessment, as well as, the survey/mapping out the right-of-way of the corridor in order to develop a business case to attract private sector interest in the development of the line. The Ministry of Railways Development now invites eligible Consulting firms to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested firms 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.).
  

EOI Name:
CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF PIM REGULATIONS, OPERATIONS MANUAL, ASSOCIATED GUIDELINES AND TEMPLATES
EOI Package No:
GH-MOF-GEMS-46977-CS-INDV
EOI Opening Date:
12/04/2018
EOI Closing Date
19/04/2018
EOI Description:
CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF PIM REGULATIONS, OPERATIONS MANUAL, ASSOCIATED GUIDELINES AND TEMPLATES The Government of the Republic of Ghana has received financing from the World Bank towards the cost of the Ghana Economic Management Strengthening Technical Assistance Project (GEMS-TA Project), and intends to apply part of the proceeds for Consulting Services for the Development of PIM Regulations, Operations Manual, associated Guidelines and Templates BACKGROUND The Government of Ghana (GoG) seeks to enhance efficiency and effectiveness in the delivery of public infrastructure through the implementation of far-reaching reforms including the Public Investment Management (PIM) Policy, adopted in 2015. To enhance the operationalization of the PIM Policy, the Government has commissioned a comprehensive PIM capacity assessment that is expected to inform the development of a PIM Reform Strategy and Action Plan by the end of 2018 to guide capacity building actions. Also, there is need for the development of PIM Regulations, Operations Manual, associated guidelines and templates, to facilitate compliance of Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs), State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs), as well as Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) with the PIM policy. OBJECTIVES OF THE ASSIGNMENT The main objective of this assignment is to support the Ministry of Finance and MDAs to develop relevant PIM operations manuals, guidelines, templates and regulations that will guide the appraisal and selection process of infrastructure/investment projects for financing. EXPECTED QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE The consultant should be a Public Investment Management Expert with in-depth experience in preparing manuals and guidelines in the area of PIM. Specifically, the successful consultant is expected to have the following qualifications: i. Minimum of Master's Degree in any of the following: Economics, Accounting, Business Administration, Public Administration, Financial Management, Public Policy, International Development or any other relevant field. An interdisciplinary background will be an advantage. ii. Minimum of 10 years of experience in advisory services in fields related to public investment, public finance and project management at a senior level. iii. Must have been involved in at least two assignments on the development of Public Investment Management Regulations, Operations Manual, Guidelines and Templates. iv. Extensive knowledge of Public Investment Management processes including planning, project preparation and appraisal, project selection and budgeting, project execution as well as monitoring and evaluation. v. Demonstrated ability to work with government / public sector decision-makers and development partners. vi. Knowledge of international practices in Public Investment Management processes and systems. vii. Experience in using database software would be desirable. viii. Excellent research, writing and communication skills. ix. Experience working in Ghana in similar assignments will be an added advantage. DURATION The assignment is expected to be completed within five calendar months from the contract signing date. SUBMISSION OF EXPRESSION OF INTEREST The Ministry of Finance now invites eligible individual consultants to indicate their interest in providing the above mentioned services. Interested Individual Consultants must provide information (Detailed Curricula Vitae and a Cover Letter, indicating that they are qualified to perform the services for the specific position described above. An Individual Consultant will be selected in accordance with the procedures set out in the World Bank's http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/796061468126898713/Guidelines-selection-and-employment-of-consultants-under-IBRD-loans-and-IDA-credits-and-grants-by-World-Bank-Borrowers ("Consultant Guidelines") [January 2011 Version revised in 2014].
  

EOI Name:
PROVISION OF CATERING SERVICES AT EOCO
EOI Package No:
GR/EOCO/EOI/001/2018
EOI Opening Date:
15/03/2018
EOI Closing Date
30/03/2018
EOI Description:
The Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO) is looking for an in-house caterer to provide affordable yet decent catering services (breakfast and lunch), within the premises of the Office for its officers. The selected caterer will be expected to prepare variety of dishes to be sold to officers at the Office's own eatery. The selected caterer will be appropriately housed (under negotiable terms and conditions) to provide the aforementioned services. It is to be noted that the actual cooking would be done at the caterer's premises (under hygienic conditions) to be served hot to officers in the mornings (between 07.30am — 08.30am) for breakfast, and at forenoon, for lunch. To pre-qualify for selection, applicants should have the following: 1. Business registration certificate. 2. Certificate of Commencement of Business. 3. Tax clearance certificate or evidence of payment of tax. 4. VAT registration certificate. 5. A company profile depicting management thereof and key staff as well as past/current clientele. 6. Business operating permit. Interested caterers should forward the above together with a proposal stating the type of dishes they are capable of serving at stated prices and addressed to: The Executive Director, Economic and Organised Crime Office, Adjacent the Old Parliament House, Barnes Road, Accra. Ahead of submission of their proposals, applicants could request to be permitted to acquaint themselves with the facility in which the catering services will be provided. It is worthy of note that as part of the selection procedures, officers from the Office will inspect the premises of the prospective caterer.
  

EOI Name:
A REVIEW OF THE CURRENT GAMING LANDSCAPE AND AN ANALYSIS OF THE FUTURE OUTLOOK ON THE INDUSTRY IN GHANA
EOI Package No:
GR/GCG/EOI/001/2018
EOI Opening Date:
07/03/2018
EOI Closing Date
09/04/2018
EOI Description:
The Gaming Commission of Ghana intends to apply part of its budgetary allocation for the engagement of a firm with a track record in Gaming to undertake a comprehensive review of the current gaming landscape and provide analysis of the future outlook of the industry in Ghana.
  


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