REQUEST FOR QUOTATION: AADCP II Office Interior Renovation

Description of work: Supply and installation of one glass wall partition, with one door (including accessories). The glass wall and the door will be partially sand-blasted (with sticker). This work will also include moving the location of one light fitting and a central air-conditioner (AC) outlet, away from the location of the new wall. Electrical and data material supply and installation. Currently, power in the office is supplied through multiple, interconnecting portable extension cords and power strips. These cords are not concealed and left on the floor. This condition is both a tripping hazard and a potential fire hazard. This work aims to eliminate or reduce usage of portable extension cords and power strips. All appliances and electronics should be plugged in directly to electrical outlets. New power outlets should be installed, as well as telephone and data network connections. All cables and cords should be safely secured and concealed on the wall or ceiling. When possible, power outlets should have surge protection. This work will also include installation of one Residual Current Device (RCD) and Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS). AADCP II invites bidders to submit a quotation for the above work. The Quotation should be in the following format: Bidder information sheet (Annex-2) completed; Prices should be quoted as per the items listed in Annex-3. Any additional item of work should be added to the table; Prices should be quoted in Indonesian Rupiah. Bidders should send the quotation via email to contact@aadcp2.org indicating “AADCP II Office Interior Renovation” as the subject no later than Friday, 20 September 2019. Any queries on the TOR should be sent to the...

TENDER ANNOUNCEMENT: Development of ASEAN Database on Trade Routes and Framework for Enhancing Supply Chain Efficiency

Needs and Objectives The project aims to address the above challenges by identifying the priority trade routes, and build a database of relevant information on these routes to help AMS determine bottlenecks and identify specific priorities to enhance connectivity within these routes. This proposed project will also develop an ASEAN supply chain framework (“Framework”). The Framework is a necessary first-step to better understand ASEAN’s supply chain performance gaps, and to identify opportunities and underlying issues and challenges to devise a region-wide action plan. The Framework will also support the gathering of data on supply chain performance and bottlenecks for specific trade routes or economic corridors towards an integrated approach to the development of trade routes. The long term goal of this project is to enhance logistics competitiveness by improving efficiency and effectiveness of supply chains, as well as lowering supply chain costs in AMS. It is envisaged that relevant ASEAN Sectoral Bodies and AMS would use the database of trade routes and the supply chain efficiency framework to prioritise regional actions to strengthen logistics services and contribute to region-wide connectivity. The project will benefit two groups of stakeholders: (i) relevant government officials from increased understanding of a comprehensive ASEAN’s regional supply chain and logistics landscape, enhanced capacity to identify and prioritise trade routes connecting important regional supply chain nodes, and identify and address bottlenecks along the prioritised trade routes to measure and improve ASEAN’s regional logistics and supply chain efficiency. The relevant stakeholders include: Senior Economic Officials’ Meeting (SEOM); Senior Transport Officials’ Meeting (STOM); ASEAN Connectivity Coordinating Committee (ACCC); ASEAN Trade Facilitation Joint Consultative Committee (ATF-JCC); Logistics and Transport Services...

TENDER ANNOUNCEMENT: Terms of Reference Capacity Bldg ASEAN GAqP

Needs and Objectives The overall goal of this project is to support the implementation of ASEAN GAqP. The expected outcome of this project would be having better understanding and capacities of government officials to harmonise and promote uptake of ASEAN GAqP in AMSs. Scope of Services The consultancy will be undertaken over a period of 50 working days of professional services. Work will commence immediately after contract signing. A contractor composed of 2-3 members, one of whom will be a designated Team Leader, will be hired to implement the project. Qualifications In its proposal, the bidder/bidding team must demonstrate the following qualifications: Post graduate degree in Fisheries, Aquaculture, Veterinary Medicine or any related field; Proven track record in policy research, survey, activity design and delivering technical assistance, including needs assessment, and effective capacity-building, related to fisheries and aquaculture, preferably in ASEAN or in the AMSs; Knowledgeable on the different GAqP programs being implemented worldwide, including the ASEAN GAqP; Extensive experience in curriculum development, instructional systems design and knowledge management; Skills and involvement in the development of practical and user-friendly training materials and tools for different target groups; Thorough understanding and good knowledge of IEC approaches, and training methods/tools suitable for non-native English speakers; Proven good track record in relevant consultancy work in the AMSs or ASEAN, particularly in the areas of agriculture and trade; Understanding of ASEAN and its work on economic community building; Proven experience in dealing with senior government officials, parliamentarians and other identified stakeholders; Good computer skills with adequate knowledge of multi-media presentation and dissemination of outputs and documentation; Proven ability for accuracy under pressure and...

TENDER ANNOUNCEMENT: AADCP II Health Insurance Provider

Scope of Services The provider will be required to provide the following services, at the minimum: Minimum geographical coverage: Asia Hospitalization (In-patient services): Hospitalization (In-patient services): a. In-patient room and board at the level of a standard private room; Costs of care and treatment in Intensive Care Unit (ICU), High Care Unit (HCU) or Intensive Coronary Care Unit (ICCU); In-patient care, reconstructive surgery and rehabilitation, including physician and specialists fee, prescribed medications, drugs and dressings, theater use, surgeons, and anesthetists; Use of an ambulance, cost of other transport or airfares in case of an emergency; Dental and out-patient treatment due to accident; Pre- and post- hospitalization care for at least 30-days; Medical Expenses (Out-patient services) Medical Expenses (Out-patient services) a. Primary consultations and treatment including medical practitioner’s fees prescribed medication, drugs and dressing; Surgeons, Physicians and Anesthetists fees and the charge for using an operating theatre; Diagnostic consultations fees for specialists, pathologist and physiotherapists; Registered private doctor’s fees and the cost of prescribed drugs and dressings; X-rays, CT scans, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRIs), electrocardiograms, encephalograms, audiograms, radiotherapy or chemotherapy; Surgical appliances prescribed by a Registered Medical Practitioner; Dental Expenses (at least at 80% of actual expenses, within a prescribed annual limit per family); Optical Expenses (at least at 80% of actual expenses, within a prescribed annual limit per family). Emergency Treatment/Medical Evacuation Expenses incurred in respect of emergency treatment immediately necessary to stabilize a medical condition without which a major deterioration would develop in the member’s state of health and result in a significant reduction in life expectancy. This includes emergency transportation, evacuation and non-hospital accommodation related to evacuations....

TENDER ANNOUNCEMENT – Implementation Review of IAI Work Plan III

Needs and Objectives The project will enable CLMV governments through IAI Task Force to make better informed decisions in improving implementation performance of IAI Work Plan III as well as formulating the next IAI Work Plan. Scope of Services The consultancy will be undertaken over a continuous effective period of 9 calendar months with approximately 45 person weeks of professional services. Work will commence immediately after contract signing. Qualifications In its proposal the bidder should demonstrate experience in: Extensive experience in strategic planning, performance/progress review on the implementation of regional strategic plan/work plan for a multi-year development program, particularly in the ASEAN region; Expertise in M&E of development projects, particularly in identification of performance indicators; Proven expertise and substantial work experience in development and operationalisation of M&E frameworks for complex, multi-year programmes; Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain sound working relationships with stakeholders particularly senior government officials, parliamentarians and other identified stakeholders; Good knowledge and proven experience in data collection, analysis, communication (oral and written), and facilitation; Experience in mainstreaming gender perspective in strategic plan/work plan development and implementation review; and A thorough understanding of ASEAN Secretariat and AADCP II procedures will be considered added value. Bidding Interested consulting firms are invited to submit a proposal in response to these Terms of Reference. This proposal should be in two parts: Technical and Financial components. The Technical component should present the following information: A brief discussion indicating the bidder’s understanding of the needs of the project; A brief analysis of key issues; A methodological discussion of how the bidder proposes to address those needs including assessment of key issues, analytical...