Deadline: 23-Mar-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The World Bank seeks a firm to carry out an audit of the procurement and contract management on a sample basis. The audit will assess the procurement processes in the Ministry of Health of Mozambique and the Central Warehouse of Medicine and Health Supplies (CMAM) in order to determine whether economy efficiency and value for money are being achieved. The audit shall also recommend any measures to improve the effectiveness of procurement and contract management. The audit will cover the years 2016, 2017, and 2018.
On 1 November I started my new job as Executive Director at the Board of the World Bank Group. I am incredibly proud to represent the Netherlands and 12 other countries at this important global institution. I cannot think of a mission more important than ending extreme poverty, boosting shared prosperity and achieving the sustainable development goals. I have seen the World Bank achieve results all over the world, most recently when I worked in Mali.
Deadline: 17-Dec-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The purpose of this ToR is to obtain consulting firm support to develop a Global Knowledge Product (GKP) The Global Public Procurement Database (GPPD) and to collect and populate the initial data elements for this product.
Deadline: 23-Apr-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
Objective: The qualified firms will provide support and technical assistance in reference, but not limited, to the following: Development of un-biased technical Specifications (technical content); Advise on input/output-based specifications; Advise on medical equipment service specifications; Advise on industry technical standards, trends and developments; Advise on specific issues and problems; Provide research papers or presentations where requested by the Bank; Advise on specific points on Bids/Proposals when requested; Provide information and assessments on the impact on competition; Advise on project development/design/optimization; Advise on procurement market/procurement strategy/procurement approach; Advise on bid evaluation models/approaches Advise on contractual conditions; Advise on the setting of contract management/performance standards/KPIs; Advise and support project implementation; Advise and support contract management and implementation
As part of the implementation of the World Bank’s new Procurement Framework, the Bank 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.
July 1st , 2016 the new World Bank Group procurement framework was officially implemented. With this change came improvements to the complaints mechanism, the full guide available below.
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On Wednesday, January 25th, 2017 the World Bank Group corporate procurement 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
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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 reports 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;