Follow up: Webinar on “How to Complain?”

Thursday June 8, 2017 from 08:00am – 10:00am Washington, DC , the World Bank held a indexPrivate Sector Webinar on “How to Complain”.

We attended the webinar and have included the Complaint Webinar PowerPoint Presentation and the Complaint guidance document.

Description

The 2016 Procurement Framework has enhanced the mechanism for handling of procurement-related complaints. The enhancements are aimed at providing fair, timely and meaningful relief to complainants while avoiding undue delays and disruptions to project implementation.

 

The webinar was conducted by the following staff:

  • Diomedes Berroa, Lead Specialist
  • Belita Manka, Senior Counsel Registration.

Webinar on “How to Complain?”

You are kindly invited to join us for a Private Sector Webinar on “How to Complain”, Theindex webinar will be held on Thursday June 8, 2017 from 08:00am – 10:00am Washington, DC Time.

Description

The 2016 Procurement Framework has enhanced the mechanism for handling of procurement-related complaints. The enhancements are aimed at providing fair, timely and meaningful relief to complainants while avoiding undue delays and disruptions to project implementation.

Register: Please email your interest to: Nancy Bikondo-Omosa (nbikondo@worldbank.org).

Deadline: 5pm, Monday June 5, 2017

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New seminar on Standard Procurement Documents (SPDs)

As part of the implementation of the World Bank’s new Procurement Framework, the i-love-procurement2Bank is hosting a series of seminars for the private sector. These focus on the practical implementation of the Procurement Regulations for IPF Borrowers, the new procurement documents, and enhanced procurement processes. A schedule of the seminars will be posted on the World Bank website soon.

Topic: Standard Procurement Documents (SPDs)
By popular demand, the Bank is repeating the first seminar (delivered in December 2016). This focuses on the new Standard Procurement Documents (SPDs). This seminar is being offered on two separate dates.

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The World Bank Group Complaints Guide

July 1st , 2016 the new World Bank Group procurement framindexework was officially implemented. With this change came improvements to the complaints mechanism, the full guide available below.

Complaints guide

Please comment or email us if you have any questions or concerns.

 

 

 

 

WBG Corporate Procurement Presentation

On Wednesday, January 25th, 2017 the World Bank Group corporate proci-love-procurementurement team held a information session webinar. The webinar was used to explain the updates, changes and to answer any questions about corporate procurement at the World Bank. We have attached the presentation and included contact information.

WBG Corporate Procurement Information Session Presentation

Website: www.worldbank.org/corporateprocurement

General questions email: gprocurement@worldbank.org

eConsultant2 questions: wbgeconsultant@worldbank.org

 

eC2:Tanzania-Procurement Value Chain Analysis

Deadline:  15-Jan-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

The study will be carried out through a combination of face to face interviews, review of rw_gender_ag_blogreports and literature and survey of selected procuring entities. The scope of work will include:
a) Obtain and review available reports and Procurement Guidelines and Regulations that will include Bank Guidelines, Bank PROCYS reports, Government Procurement Regulations, Independent Procurement reviews, procurement audits by government agencies etc;
b) Conduct interviews with Bank staff, selected government agencies staff, consultants , suppliers and contractors to identify processes that are vulnerable to bottlenecks and/or redundant;
c) Explore the value added to efficiency, transparency and economy resultant from adherence to best practices/government/Bank procedures;

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eC2: Consultancy for Hydraulic Modeling to Enhance Resilience of Mekong Delta Region

Deadline: 26-Dec-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

Development of hydraulic models for water simulation in 7 cities supporting risk saigon_-_mekong_delta_2042765375screening of infrastructural intervention proposals.

Scope of Work:

Task 1: Preparation with an inventory of flood hazards and available models and data:
Provide a comprehensive assessment of the threats caused by flood hazards in the seven cities;

Task 2: Adapt the existing hydrological and hydraulic models for the seven cities;

Task 3: Flood hazard mapping and additional recommendations for the seven cities;

Task 4: Training assigned staffs of the seven cities.

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eC2: PPP Viability Studies for Municipal Projects in Tanzania

Deadline: 22-Dec-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

The World Bank is assisting Local Government Authorities in Tanzania to implement a PPPsnumber of investments through PPP, in particular those projects that would not require any public funding (aside from land contributions) and might generate new sources of revenues for the LGAs.

As part of the project preparation, the Word Bank is seeking a firm to undertake studies that will assess the viability of the projects in light of the economic, legal, financial, market, socio/environmental, affordability and value for money factors. The studies will allow the LGAs to determine the projects viability, whether they should pursue a PPP solution for the selected facilities, and what form of PPP should be developed. The Local Government Authorities will be the Contracting Authority (CA) for the PPP projects.

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eC2: CGAP Financial Inclusion Data Infrastructure

Deadline: 28-Dec-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

CGAP (Consultative Group to Assist the Poor) is an independent policy and research center world money smalldedicated to advancing financial inclusion for the world’s poor. It is supported by over 30 development agencies and private foundations who share a common mission to alleviate poverty. Housed at the World Bank, CGAP provides market intelligence, promotes standards, develops innovative solutions and offers advisory services to governments, microfinance providers, donors, and investors.

The high level objectives of this project are:
Improve publically-available data to serve the financial inclusion industry
Empower decision makers (financial service providers, funders/investors, and government officials) to build an inclusive financial services ecosystem through data, analytics, and insight.

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eC2: Impact Evaluation WASH and Cash Transfer in Niger

Deadline: 04-Jan-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

The World Bank is seeking a firm to prepare and undertake baseline data collection for awater long-term impact evaluation survey in Niger. The survey is a large-scale and complex survey. The sample will include approximately 3,500 households. The instruments will include a household survey that will be provided by the World Bank team and will include anthropometrics measurement of children under 5 years of age and water quality testing.
Baseline data is expected to be collected in approximately 150 villages in Dosso, Maradi, Zinder, Tillaberi and Tahoua. The data collection is expected to take place in late February/ early March 2017.

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