Request for proposal for Mobile-based environmental data monitoring, evaluation and management tools and methods

United Nations Development Programme
Published in: 
https://www.ungm.org/Public/Notice/44516
Last date: 
Monday, April 18, 2016
Country: 
Fiji

Detailed Description

  • UNDP requests you to submit your Proposal to provide some of the good practices of mobile-based environmental data monitoring, evaluation and management tools and methods through our existing projects and technical support in the region.
  • Please be guided by the form attached hereto as Annex 2, in preparing your Proposal.
  • Proposals may be submitted on or before Monday, April 18, 2016 via email or courier mail to the address below: United Nations Development Programme, Level 8,Kadavu House ,Victoria Parade,Suva. Procurement.fj@undp.org

Context of the Requirement

  • Evidence and results based management at the center of UNDP’s work in supporting our government partners to enhance sustainable development and resilience across the globe and in the Pacific region.  
  • In this context, UNDP, together with our government partners and regional agencies, is looking to strengthen the methodology and tools of environmental data monitoring, evaluation, and management through our various projects and programs under implementation and development.One key area in which UNDP is strategically moving towards in the Pacific region is to make data gathering, monitoring, and evaluation more frequent, participatory, and accessible by using the various tested information technology innovations – i.e. through mobile applications, etc.
  • New tools, such as mobile-based, simple, and real-time data gathering and monitoring have large potential to enhance evidence-based project development, adaptive management, impact evaluation, and transparency.

Scope of Work:

  • In order to achieve above, UNDP is seeking for a service provider and partner to incubate some of the good practices of mobile-based environmental data monitoring, evaluation and management tools and methods through our existing projects and technical support in the region.  
  • Based on lessons learned from the initial year-long trial period, we seek to potentially engage in a more integrated, comprehensive regional strategy for the coming years.

Qualifications of the Service Provider

The Service Provider must describe and explain how and why they are the best entity that can deliver the requirements of UNDP by indicating the following :

  • Profile – describing the nature of business, field of expertise, licenses, certifications, accreditations;
  • Business Licenses – Registration Papers, Tax Payment Certification, etc.
  • Latest Audited Financial Statement – income statement and balance sheet to indicate Its financial stability, liquidity, credit standing, and market reputation, etc. ;
  • Track Record – list of clients for similar services as those required by UNDP, indicating description of contract scope, contract duration, contract value, contact references;
  • Certificates and Accreditation – including Quality Certificates, Patent Registrations, Environmental Sustainability Certificates, etc.
  • Written Self-Declaration that the company is not in the UN Security Council 1267/1989 List, UN Procurement Division List or Other UN Ineligibility List.
     
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