Selection Process No. IC-ADQ-17-020- Consultant for Independent Mid-term Review

Country: Ecuador
Language: EN
Number: 1041095
Publication date: 30-03-2017
Source: United Nations Procurement Notices (UNDP)

Description

Selection Process No. IC-ADQ-17-020- Consultant for Independent Mid-term Review
Procurement Process : RFP - Request for proposal
Office : UNDP Country Office - ECUADOR
Deadline : 09-Apr-17
Posted on : 29-Mar-17
Development Area : EDUCATION
Reference Number : 36693
Link to Atlas Project :
00075233 - Conservación de la vida silvestre en peligro
Documents :
TOR - Midterm Evaluation Project Advancing Landscape Approaches in Ecuador
IC-17-020 OFFEROR’S LETTER TO UNDP
Formulario P11
Overview :

The United Nations Development Programme - UNDP and the Ministry of Environment – MAE

Through Project 00087256– Advancing Landscape Approaches in Ecuador"s National Protected Area System to Improve Conservation of Globally Endangered Wildlife.

Invites national and international individual consultants to participate in the following selection process based on the attached Terms of Reference-TOR:

Selection Process No. IC-ADQ-17-020- Consultant for Independent Mid-term Review

To formalize your participation, please send your offer with the following documents (in separate files), according to detailed in the Terms of Reference, until April, 09 2017, to aplicaciones.ec@undp.org, indicating the number of process:

1. Résumé updated duly signed (use format attached P.11)

2. Technical Bid mentioning how it will comply with the required outcomes, schedule and observations to TOR.

3. Financial Proposal

4. Offeror’s Letter to UNDP Confirming Interest and Availability for the Individual Contractor (IC) Assignment.

Any queries please send them to the e-mail indicated above until March 31, 2017.

Offers received with more than one professional will be excluded.

Incomplete applications or received after the deadline will not be considered.

Only pre-selected candidates you will be contacted.

UNDP promotes equal opportunities for both women and men.

UNDP does not share reference values and promotes free competition between participants, who must do their utmost to offer their best prices.