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Selection of a consultancy firm for the development of an interactive website for the ECOWAS integrated regional strategy for human capital development


Date : 22 Sep 2020 - 07 Oct 2020
Venue : ECOWAS Commission,
Town : ABUJA
Country : Nigeria

PERIOD OF ADVERTISEMENT: 17 September 2020 – To: 7
th October 2020
CLIENT: ECOWAS COMMISSION
SOURCE OF FUNDING: ECOWAS Budget
TYPE: Expressions of Interest


SELECTION OF A CONSULTANCY FIRM FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTERACTIVE WEBSITE FOR THE ECOWAS INTEGRATED REGIONAL STRATEGY FOR
HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT


EOI_Interactive websitefor Human Capital Dev_Firm

1. The ECOWAS Commission intends to use its resources to finance a service contract with a consulting firm (could be a single firm, a consortium or partnership thereof) that will be responsible for the development of an interactive website for the ECOWAS Integrated
Regional Strategy for Human Capital Development.

2. The main objective is to design and construct a comprehensive and user friendly website to host the Commission’s HCD strategy and provide a platform for knowledge sharing and data
transparency across the region.

3. The overall duration of the assignment is estimated at 90 days, which can be extended if necessary, based on the needs of the ECOWAS Commission as well as the contracted firm’s
satisfactory performance.

4. The ECOWAS Commission invites Consulting Firms as communication agencies for the development of an interactive website for the ECOWAS Integrated Regional Strategy for
Human Capital Development to submit their candidacy for the services described above.
Interested, eligible and qualified consulting firms must provide full information on their qualifications and experience, demonstrating that they are qualified and experienced inproviding similar services.

The criteria for shortlisting are as follows:
a) General Experience of the firm – Experience developing websites around social and international development themes; experience building intuitive, multi-language, modern websites;

b) Specific experience – Proven experience working with international organizations, particularly in similar developing economy contexts; familiarity and experience with
modern content management systems; experience in delivering comprehensive and intuitive training as part of website handovers;

c) Availability of Relevant Staff to be assigned to the ECOWAS project, showing full list of staff along with their respective CVs providing details on competencies (At least a Masters or bachelor’s degree in web design) as well as relevant experience in graphic
design.

d) Language: Excellent spoken and written English language skills and the ability to communicate in French.
NB: In addressing the above listed criteria, consulting firms must provide tangible evidence and detailed references for all claims made in terms of experience and capabilities, similar assignments, etc. Each reference provided should be summarized on a project sheet, and will be considered and accepted only if the
candidate attaches supporting documents indicating the contact information of the
contracting authorities so as to facilitate verification of the information provided, covering excerpts of contract (inner cover page; page with the signatures and the Terms of Reference) along with attestation(s) of good performance of each contract
presented.

5. Interested Consulting firms may apply as a consortium or partnership to ensure and/or boost their consolidated capacities to execute the assignment.

6. The eligibility criteria, the preparation of shortlist, and the selection procedure shall comply with the ECOWAS Rules and Procedures for the Use of Consultants” (ECOWAS Procurement
Code), available on its website: http://www.ecowas.int .The selection procedure will be based on Consultant (Firm) Qualification, and the firm ranked first (which present the best profiles with all claims dully substantiated) will be requested to submit its Technical &
Financial Proposals. Also, firms that are part of an international network are to submit only one expression of interest as a network.

7. The attention of interested Consulting firms is particularly drawn to Article 118 of the ECOWAS Revised Procurement Code (“Infringements by Candidates, Bidders and Awardees”), providing information on corrupt or fraudulent practices in competing for or
executing a contract. In addition, please refer to the following specific information on conflict of interest related to this assignment as per “Article 119 of the ECOWAS Revised Procurement
Code.

8. Interested consulting firms can obtain further information at the e-mail addresses mentioned below, during working days and hours of the ECOWAS Commission from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 pm
(Local Time – Nigeria): procurement@ecowas.int with copy to sbangoura@ecowas.int; mjallow@ecowas.int;

9. Expressions of Interest (EOIs) must be delivered in sealed envelopes (1 signed Original and 3 Copies) in English, French or Portuguese and clearly marked “Selection of a Consultant
(Firm) for the development of an interactive website for the ECOWAS Integrated Regional Strategy for Human Capital Development” “Do not open except in presence of the
Opening Committee.” EOIs must be sent to the address below by October 7th 2020 at 11.00 a.m. (GMT+1), Nigerian Time:
For delivery in person or by registered mail to:
Directorate of General Administration, Procurement Division
First (1st) Floor of the ECOWAS Commission Headquarters,
Plot 101, Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokoro District, Abuja, NIGERIA.

Please note that electronic submissions are also accepted and shall be addressed to:
procurement@ecowas.int, with copy to: sbangoura@ecowas.int; mjallow@ecowas.int

10. The working languages shall be English, French and Portuguese.

11. This request for EOI can also be viewed on the following website:

ECOWAS Procurement


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