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UNDP procurement is based on the principles of:
- Best Value for Money
- Fairness, Integrity and Transparency
- Effective International Competition
- Interest of UNDP (economy, efficiency, equal opportunity to compete, transparency in the procurement process)
UNDP Procurement is governed by an Internal Control Framework as well as the norms contained in the Financial Disclosure and Declaration of Interest, and Impartiality Statements (FDP). In order to provide a faster procurement process and delivery of goods and/or services, UNDP observes the local and international market, negotiates and maintains local Long Term Agreements (LTA) for goods and services that are frequently used by Business Units and development partners.
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Request for Proposals
The National Environment Commission Secretariat (NECS) would like to invite proposals from registered international firms tied up with National Consultancy Firm for Consultancy Work on “External evaluation of hydromet network and developing long term sustainability strategy for National Center for Hydrology and Meteorology (NCHM), Bhutan” under the National Adaptation Programme of Action (NAPA) II Project funded by GEF-LDCF through UNDP Bhutan. The proposal must be submitted latest by October 3, 2017, 12 noon Bhutan Standard Time and it will be opened on the same day at 2.30 pm. The Standard Request for Proposal and Terms of Reference are available for download from www.nec.gov.bt.