Consultancy in Ha Tinh PAR Project for Development of In-deep Training Materials

Recruiting a national consulting firm to develop in-deep training program, curriculum and materials for the staff in charge of Public Administration Reform in different levels

Project: Strengthening the impacts of public administration in Ha Tinh province

Implementation of the project for “Strengthening the impact of Public Administration Reform in Ha Tinh province” was assigned by Vietnam Government to Ha Tinh PPC at Letter No.1531/TTg-QHQT dated September 25, 2012. The project is funded by UNDP and other donors through One UN Fund.

The project aims at following objectives (i) the quality and performance of civil servants and public employees in Ha Tinh province fundamentally improved; and (ii) the quality of delivery of public administrative services to the people and organizations through OSS/IAOSS mechanism fundamentally improved.

In accordance with Annual Work Plan 2014 approved by UNDP, Ha Tinh PAR PMU plans to recruit a national consulting firm to develop in-deep training program, curriculums and materials for the staff in charge of Public Administration Reform in different levels.

Work location: in Ha Tinh city and other locations required by Project Manager and National Project Director.

Application Documents: Bids of national consulting firms.

Time for publishing the bidding document: from June 30, 2014, 8:00 AM to July 11, 2014, by 8:00 AM (Hanoi time)

Deadline for receiving the bids: by 8:00 AM, July 11, 2014 (Hanoi time).

Time for opening the bids: at 8:30, July 11, 2014.

Please refer to the bidding document in the Attachment.

Contact address, place for publishing the bidding document and receiving the bids:

Project Management Unit for Strengthening the Impact of Public Administration Reform, Ha Tinh Department of Home Affairs

No. 38, Nguyen Cong Tru street, Ha Tinh city, Ha Tinh province
Telephone: 0393 686 667
E-mail: project69829.vn@undp.org;

Job Details
Organisation Name: 
PAR Project in Ha Tinh
Application Deadline: 
Fri, 2014-07-11