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F-7(1-2)/GEB/20/RFP-IC-2- Design IT System for EIMS at MoCC
Procurement Process :IC - Individual contractor
Office :Pakistan - PAKISTAN
Deadline :08-Jul-20
Posted on :15-Jun-20
Reference Number :66895
Link to Atlas Project :
Non-UNDP Project
Documents :
RFP- Design IT System for EIMS at MoCC
Overview :

Country: Pakistan

Procurement: Individual Consultant (National)

Project: Generating Global Environmental Benefits from Improved Decision Making Systems and local Planning in Pakistan (GEB) is National Implementation Modality (NIM) Project, implemented by the Ministry of Climate Change (MoCC), Govt of Pakistan and funded by GEF/UNDP.

Description of the Assignment: The overall aim of the assignment is to design IT System for establishment of Environmental Information Management System (EIMS) at Ministry of Climate Change (MoCC), Islamabad.

Period of Assignment/Services: The total duration of the assignment will be three months after signing of the contract.
Submission Guidelines:
a) Proposals (technical and financial) completed in all aspects – placed in one big envelope in which two separate sealed envelopes with technical and financial proposals marked – should be submitted (through courier/registered mail) to the following address no later than 08th July 2020;

National Project Coordinator
Project Management Unit (PMU), GEB Project
Building No. 301, Street No. 87, E 11/ 2

b) Kindly write the following on top left side of the envelop;

c) If you require additional information, please write to; GEB team will provide necessary information within due date. However, any delay in providing such information will not be considered a reason for extending the submission date of your proposal. All/any query regarding the submission of the proposal may be sent prior to the deadline at the e-mail/address mentioned above.

d) Incomplete applications will be excluded from further consideration.

PLEASE NOTE: This RFP/IC Notice is not related to UNDP and advertise on behalf Generating Global Environment Benefits in Pakistan Project.