Somalilandsun- The Somalia Program Support Services (SPSS) seeks a qualified Consultant (firm) to provide administrative support and facilitate MVR activities in one or more of the four regions of Somalia namely – Somaliland, Puntland, Mogadishu and Emerging Federal States (Galmadug, South West State of Somalia, Jubbaland State of Somalia and including areas under dispute, or with no administration currently). The Consultant will work primarily in Somalia with intense travel in one or more of the four geographic regions of Somalia.
The overall task order is targeting a maximum of 550 field sites from August 2016 to August 2017. These will be distributed across three ‘rounds’ of data collection provisionally as below:
Exact distribution of these site visits will be determined in consultation with and at the direction of USAID/Somalia, no more than one month prior to each data collection ‘window’. SPSS therefore cannot guarantee to provide significant notice of the number of site visits, or the location of the site visits to each successful TPM.
The Expression of Interest (EOI) must include a capabilities statement highlighting the organization’s technical staff, ability of the organization to scale up staff and consultants to meet the requested demand for data collection. Qualifying organizations must be able to demonstrate geographical presence in Somalia, with past performance including reference contact information. State if your company is registered in www.sam.gov, the US Government System for Award Management. Provide confirmation that you will be able to certify that there is no conflict of interest with this requirement as follows: In order to guard against conflicts of interest, confirm that your company does not currently or for the expected period of performance of any agreement participate in any USAID Somalia Field Office activities
To apply: Please submit any questions in writing to Chris Degnan (email@example.com) by Thursday, June 16 at 12 pm Nairobi time. Please submit a complete Expression of Interest to Chris Degnan (firstname.lastname@example.org) no later than Monday June 20, at 5 PM (1700 hours) Nairobi time. EOI should list the name of contact person, title of contact person, and contact details on the cover page. IBTCI plans to select qualified responses at its sole discretion, and issue Request for Proposals on or about June 22, 2016.
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