Expiration Date05.10.2015 Active Closed
The International Organization for Migration (hereinafter called IOM) announces a public tender for the following Services: Conduction of 2 two-three day long seminars “Basic and Advanced Crisis Communication” for European Union Border Assistance Mission for Moldova and Ukraine. More details on the services are provided in the attached Request for Proposals (RFP) .
The Proposal price shall be quoted in US Dollars VAT excluded. Payment shall be made in the invoice currency according to IOM exchange rate on the date of payment (the rates can be downloaded here http://treasury.un.org/operationalrates/OperationalRates.aspx)
It is important to take a note, that the winning Bidder’s commitment to accept the standard form of IOM’s Service agreement in full is considered to be one of the essential tender requirements.
The Proposals must be delivered by hand or through mail to IOM with office address at 13, Zatyshna str., Odesa, 65012, Ukraine (attn. Procurement unit, email@example.com) on or before 15:00 (EEST) Monday, 05 October 2015. No late proposal shall be accepted.
The Proposal should include copies of company’s statutory documents, Certificate of Registration from government agency in Ukraine or abroad, Valid Government Permits/Licenses, confirmations of Tax Identification Number and local taxes, including value-added tax, issued by respective government agencies in Ukraine or abroad, List of main contracts entered by the Company into for the last 3 years and customers’ references.
Additional information may be received via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org . The subject line of the e-mail request for additional information should state the following: Request under the tender UA20-2015-171.
IOM reserves the right to accept or reject any proposal and to annul the selection process and reject all Proposals at any time prior to contract award, without thereby incurring any liability to affected Service Providers/ Consulting Firms
Who we are?
The European Union Border Assistance Mission to Moldova and Ukraine (EUBAM) works in the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine to:
– Promote European Union border management standards and procedures for a quicker crossing of people and goods;
-Enhance the professional capacities of the Moldovan and Ukrainian Customs and Border Authorities;
-Assist Moldovan and Ukrainian authorities in combating cross-border crime more efficiently;
-Act as a catalyst and bring together key stakeholders to strengthen cross-border cooperation between the border authorities and law enforcement agencies;
-Contribute to the peaceful settlement of the Transnistrian conflict.
What we do?
We are at the border between the Republic of Moldova and Ukraine to:
- Promote European border management standards and procedures for a quicker crossing of people and goods;
- Enhance the professional capacities of the Moldovan and Ukrainian Customs and Border Authorities;
- Assist our Moldovan and Ukrainian partners in combating cross-border crime more efficiently;
- Act as a catalyst and bring together key stakeholders to strengthen cross-border cooperation between border authorities and law enforcement agencies;
- Contribute to the peaceful settlement of the Transnistrian conflict.
Where we work?
The Mission is headquartered in Odesa, Ukraine and in addition, has two country offices (Chisinau, Moldova and Odesa, Ukraine) and key working locations on the border.
The Moldovan-Ukrainian state border is 1222 km long, of which 955 km is the “green” (land) border, and 267 km is the “blue” (river) border.
There are 67 official crossing points on the Moldovan-Ukrainian border, including international, interstate and local ones, 25 of which are located on the central (Transnistrian) segment.
The length of the Administrative Line between the two banks of the Nistru/Dniester is 411 km. There are 9 customs posts along the Line, where representatives of the Customs Service of the Republic of Moldova conduct customs control with the support of the Ministry of Internal Affairs representatives. There are also 6 subdivisions of the Bureau for Migration and Refugees, where foreigners can voluntarily register or deregister.