Consultancy Services to Assess Current Technologies and Practices for Sustainable Sand Mining and their Applicability in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta

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We are re-advertising for Tender Ref 30.21: Consultancy Services to conduct an assessment of current technologies and practices for a sustainable sand mining and their applicability in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta.

How to Apply: 

Qualified and interested candidates are hereby requested to bid (either as a team or individually). The tender should contain the following:

  • Signed technical submission form (paragraph 15).

  • A technical proposal with

    • A brief description of why the consultant considers him/herself as suitable for the assignment,

    • a proposed methodology for the assignment;

  • Curriculum vitae(s) of the expert(s) dedicated to the work as well as contact details (email and telephone number), including a list of relevant previous assignments/contracts and at least two professional references.

  • Financial proposal indicating the total bid value, including tax and a breakdown of costs.

A soft copy in PDF of the application should be sent to [email protected]. Application e-mail must have the subject heading indicating [Name of Consultant]Proposal for Tender Ref 30.21 “IKI SMP Sustainable Practices”.

Detailed Terms of Reference of the Assignment can be found here: 

Deadline for submission of bids is March 16th, 2021 - 17.00 hrs ICT.

Questions for clarifications can be submitted until February 25th - 17.00 hrs ICT.

Only selected candidate(s) will be contacted about the outcome of their tender.

The bids submitted after the deadline prescribed will not be considered.

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Tue, 2021-03-16