Deadline: 02-Mar-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The review team will be responsible for the following tasks.
Design the review including methodologies, triangulation systems and timetable. Produce and inception report (no longer than 10 pages) A draft and report: Manage the process of the review (ensuring strong ownership on the part of all key stakeholders) Incorporate comments: Produce final review report which should be a maximum of 30 pages and include: a set of actionable recommendations for consideration in the design of any future P4R and ; a concise 2 page summary
Produce relevant presentations
The Netherlands embassy in Washington, D.C. recently updated the handleiding, “Zakendoen met de Wereldbank Groep,” to provide interested Dutch parties new information concerning the procurement rules, and other tips and tricks on how to do business with the World Bank Group.
The handleiding will provide those who are interested in contracting with the World Bank a first impression of how this large organization works. It discusses the differences between consultations and goods and works, and explores the position of the World Bank as a contract party.
One aspect that is not always well understood is the project cycle of the World Bank, and which party is responsible for each phase of the cycle. Here, the role of borrowing countries becomes more important, which the handleiding explains in greater detail.
Lastly, the document shows you where you should go to find procurement notices, and where you will find the project pipeline. It finishes with a number of tips and tricks that have been shared with us over the years.
The publication is meant to be dynamic, and will be updated with feedback and new developments regularly. We would like to receive your feedback through firstname.lastname@example.org. The handleiding is available in Dutch only.
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