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Dear Sir / Madam:
We kindly request you to submit your Proposal for RFP/BPPS/2019/1897– IATI Data Use Fund – Theme 2: IATI Data Quality. Please be guided by the form attached hereto as Annex 2, in preparing your Proposal. Please read carefully the Request for Proposal (RFP) document for the terms of reference, required information and submission instructions.
Proposals may be submitted on or before Friday, October 25, 2019 and via email to the address below, indicating the below indicated references in the subject of the emails:email@example.com
Your Proposal must be expressed in the English language, and valid for a minimum period of 120 days. Proposals sent to other UNDP e-mail addresses will not be accepted and the Purchaser will not be responsible for the confidentiality of such offer.
Proposers must take into account the following:
- Proposers must indicate the below in the e-mail subject box while submitting the Technical proposal and other documents related to this bid:
Technical Proposal (items A, B and C of Annex 2). RFP/BPPS/2019/1897– IATI DUF – Theme 2: IATI Data Quality
- Proposers must indicate the below in the e-mail subject box while submitting the Financial proposal:
Financial Proposal (items D and E of Annex 2). RFP/BPPS/2019/1897– IATI DUF – Theme 2: IATI Data Quality
Both financial and technical proposals must be submitted as separate files and clearly marked as “TECHNICAL PROPOSAL” or “FINANCIAL PROPOSAL". Upon finalizing the technical evaluation, only technically qualified bidders will be requested to provide the password of the financial proposal. The technically qualified proposers will have 24 hours to respond to UNDP’s request for the password.
Proposers may send as many e-mails as needed; however, the size of each e-mail should not exceed seven megabytes (7 MB). As an e-mail can take some time to arrive after it is sent, we advise all Proposers to send e-mail submissions well before the deadline. Proposers are solely responsible for ensuring that any and all files sent to UNDP are readable, that is, uncorrupted, in the indicated electronic format, and free from viruses and malware. Failure to provide readable files will result in the proposal being rejected.