|Procurement in UNDP Zimbabwe|
Procurement Notice - GEF Project Development Phase - Scaling up climate change adaptation in Zimbabwe
Procurement Notice - National Consultant to conduct a climate change vulnerability and adaptation assessment
Request for Proposals (RFP) - Cleaning Services on LTA for UN Agencies within the UN Common Premises in Harare, Zimbabwe
Request for Proposal (RFP) - UNWOMEN Strengthening Capacities for Gender Sensitive Peace and Security in Zimbabwe - Readvertised
Request for Proposal - Comprehensive Security Services for the UN Agency in Zimbabwe on Long-term Basis
Criteria for the selection of potential suppliers of goods and services for the participation to the Procurement Seminar to be conducted on the 5th & 6th of June 2013
Procurement Notice - Consultants for Support to National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan
Procurement Notice - Consultant for Support to ZIMSTAT and National Statistical System - Design of Communications and Advocacy Submission Deadline: 19th April 2013 by 1300 Hrs (Harare/Pretoria time; GMT +2 Hours)
RFQ-ZIM-GF-007-2013 Promotional material
Request for Proposal (RFP) - RFP-ZIM-GF-006-2013 – Staff Survey Consultancy Services
Submission Deadline: 25th March 2013 by 1300 Hrs (Harare/Pretoria time; GMT +2 Hours)
Consultant to conduct a Comprehensive Capacity Assessment of the Justice Law and Order Sector (JLOS)
Request for Proposal (RFP) - RFP/ZWE/002/2013 UNWOMEN Strengthening Capacities for Gender Sensitive Peace and Security in Zimbabwe
Submission Deadline: 20 March 2013 by 1600 Hrs (Harare/Pretoria time; GMT +2 Hours)
Request for Proposal (RFP) - RFP/ZWE/001/2013 UNWOMEN Market Fair
Submission Deadline: 14 March 2013 by 1600 Hrs (Harare/Pretoria time; GMT +2 Hours)
UNDP Zimbabwe on behalf of UNWomen, Block 10 Arundel Office Park, Norfolk Rd, Mt. Pleasant, Harare, would like to invite qualified consultants to submit their expression of interest to conduct Consultancies in Strengthening Capacities for Gender Sensitive Peace and Security in Zimbabwe Research Project: Gender and Peace Issues at Community Level for their further action and submission of proposals by 11th March 2012 @ 16:00hrs (Harare/Pretoria time; GMT +2 Hours)
Hand delivered, sealed envelopes to be submitted at UNDP Zimbabwe, Registry Office in Block 10, Arundel Park, Norfolk Road, Mt Pleasant, Harare Zimbabwe
Procurement Notice - National Consultant to conduct the Evaluation of the “Preparatory Assistance Support to Capacity Development of the Judiciary in Zimbabwe”
Invitation to Bid - Supply and Delivery of Community Health Workers Uniforms
Submission Deadline: 28 February 2013 by 1300 Hrs (Harare/Pretoria time; GMT +2 Hours)
Pastel Software and Computer Networking
Procurement Notice - UNWomen Gender Mainstream and Coordination Specialist
Supply and Delivery of Stationery
Request for Proposals - Audit of NIM/NGO Projects - Y2012 for the UNDP in Zimbabwe
UNDP Procurement Principles
The following four principles have been established as part of UNDP’s Finanial Rules and Regulations and are key to UNDP’s procurement process:
Methods of procurement
Request for Quotation (RFQ): An RFQ is an informal invitation to submit a quotation, usually for goods/services/civil works at a value between US$2,500 and 100,000.
Invitation to Bid (ITB): An ITB is a formal invitation to submit a bid, usually associated with requirements that are clearly and concisely defined, with an estimated procurement value of US$100,000 or more.
Request for Proposal (RFP):An RFP is a formal request to submit a proposal, usually associated with requirements for services, which can not be clearly or concisely defined, with an estimated procurement value of US$100,000 or more.
In some cases, exceptions to competition are made and direct contracting is used. This usually happens when a Long-Term Agreement (LTA) is in place, either globally (IAPSO or HQ) or locally (at the country office level).
For values less than US$2,500, UNDP Zimbabwe may engage by soliciting price assessments.
UNDP’s Approach to "Sustainable" or "Green" Procurement
Doing Business with UNDP
More details about UNDP Programme and Operations Policies and Procedures covering Contracts, Assets and Procurement can be found in the UNDP Contract, Asset & Procurement Management User Guide.
Recruitment in UNDP Zimbabwe
As a global organization, UNDP requires a mix of contract types to cover all individuals employed either for UNDP or on behalf of other agencies and partners. To fill the job openings, UNDP has a wide array of recruitment tools at its disposal and several contract types are being used for hiring personnel. Types of contracts to be concluded with individuals depend on a number of criteria, such as legal basis, or duration of services. UNDP can hire personnel through international or local recruitment modalities. The standard types of contracts are:
1. Fixed-term or permanent (100/200 series)
1. Fixed-term or permanent contracts are concluded for traditional staff members, contracted under 100/200 Series Staff Rules. Salaries are established on local scales based on best prevailing local conditions; the international scale based is on best comparator civil service.
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