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What are the General Terms and Conditions for Goods at UNDP?
The General services wishes to inform potential suppliers on the terms and conditions for good. They include; Purchase Order, Payment, Tax Exemption, Risk of Loss, Export licences, Fitness of Goods, Inspection, Intellectual Property Infringment, Rights of UNDP, Assignment & Insolvency, Child Labour, Mines, Use of UNDP Emblem and Authority to Modify. Read the detailed chapters of the National Execution (NEX) Manual.
What is an Invitation to Bid ?
An ITB is normally used whenever the entity is not required to propose technical approaches to a project activity, or to offer management or supervision of an activity. ITB’s are used when the entity is to provide its cost requirements to meet precise specifications sought from UNDP. This is normally the case when UNDP buys goods. It may also apply to work contracts and services that can be expressed quantitatively and qualitatively.ITB applies to contracts exceeding $100,000. The United Nations Development Programme in Kenya, (UNDP Kenya) is in the process of pre-qualifying suppliers and contractors for provision of goods and services listed below for the 2009 financial year. Current suppliers and service providers who wish to be retained in the register are encouraged to apply.
Request for Proposal - RFP
RFP is used when the inputs and/or outputs cannot be quantitatively and qualitatively expressed at the time the invitation is made, as for example consulting or similar services are sought. A RFP may also be used for purchase of complex goods when you are not sure of the functional specifications and wish to seek proposals.
Request for Quotation (RFQ)
The most flexible and least formal method that is applied for procuring goods, services and/or works. RFQ’s call for a written quotation.RFQ applies to contracts exceeding the range $2,500 but less than $100,000.
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List of Contracts with Purchase orders (PO) who received more than USD 30,000 in 2011 is available below.
EOI Reclaiming space for pedestrians: Better Street Design in Ruiru, KenyaUN-Habitat invites Expressions of Interest from academic or research institutions; Not-for-Profit Organizations; Governmental and Inter-Governmental organizations for an Agreement of Cooperation (AOC).This initiative will build on ongoing UN-Habitat supported activities in Ruiru Town and result in the implementation of a demonstration mobility corridor show-casing how participatory approaches in planning in combination with site-specific technical solutions can result in greater accessibility and increase in social interaction and economic activities.
Developing USSD and SMS Code for JudiciaryThe Judiciary is seeking an USSD and SMS solution to be integrated with the following systems: The High Court E-diary and Office of the Judiciary Ombudsperson's Service Desk The system is expected to provide a number of benefits once it’s integrated with the USSD and SMS.
RFP/UNDPKEN/002/2016 - CONSULTANCY TO DEVELOP GREENHOUSE GAS (GHG) INVENTORY FOR THIRD NATIONAL COMMUNICATION AND BIENNIAL UPDATE REPORTThe overall objective of the assignment is to develop Kenya’s greenhouse gas inventory for use in the Third National Communication and the first Biennial Update Report for Kenya
RFP/UNDPKEN/001/2016 – CONSULTANCY SERVICES TO CONDUCT A BASELINE SURVEY FOR PHASE II OF AMKENI WAKENYA (2015-2018).Amkeni would like to engage the services of a consultancy firm to establish baseline values for all its indicators at this early stage of the second Phase of the Programme. This will enable Amkeni to objectively show the achievements of its interventions overtime using the baseline values as the starting point
PROGRAMME SPECIALIST (COMMUNITY SECURITY AND PREVENTION OF VIOLENT EXTREMISM)The objective of the assignment is to provide substantive, organizational and coordination support to the Peace Building and Disaster Reduction Unit in the areas of prevention of Violent Extremism, and approaches to address armed violence and conflicts, including threats of violent extremism
Research on the Drivers and the Factors Drawing Women and Girls to Join Extremist Groups in Kenya and the RegionIn collaboration with a key research institution, UN Women is seeking to commission a research with sex-disaggregated data on the gendered impacts of extremism and preventing and countering violent extremism, on women’s lives and the varied roles they play in participating, preventing and countering violent extremism.
NOTICE TO ALL UNDP KENYA COUNTRY OFFICE SUPPLIERS AND SERVICE PROVIDERSThe United Nations Development Programme in Kenya, (UNDP Kenya) is in the process of updating its vendor database.
DISPOSAL OF AN OFFICE VEHILCEBids are invited for the purchase of an office vehicle (Toyota Prado, YR 2002) on “as is- where -is” basis.
RFQ PILOT STUDY ON WOMEN’S ACCESS TO JUSTICE AND SECURITY IN SOUTHERN SOMALIAThe purpose of this pilot study will be to help fill the significant knowledge gap both, the Federal Government of Somalia and its UN and donor partners have in respect to how women fare in the areas outside of Mogadishu. The main objectives of the request for proposals are to identify an organization/company that can a) Provide knowledge input to the side event on ‘Women and Security’ at the High-Level Partnership Forum (HLPF); and b) Create knowledge of the dynamics of women’s access to justice and security in some pilot areas in Southern Somalia; c) Create knowledge on women’s access to justice at the national level.