12 May 2020

IOM - EoI - Short Listing of Companies/ Service Providers | Extended

2nd Update (2020/5/25 at 13:24): The deadline has been extended Monday 25th May 1200 to Friday 29th May 9:00 AM- Iraq Time.

1st Update (2020/05/15 at 15:10): Vendor Information Sheet in MS Word has been uploaded.


INVITATION TO SUBMIT EXPRESSION OF INTEREST

(For Short listing of Companies/ Service Providers)

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is an intergovernmental humanitarian organization established in 1951 and is committed to the principle that humane and orderly migration benefits both migrants and society.

In the framework of the the Returns and Recovery of IDPs in Anbar, Baghdad and Ninewa Programme. IOM now invites Expression of Interest (EOI) from Companies/Service Providers for the provision of services in locations outlined in the attached project overview.

The Expression of Interest shall contain information on the following a.) range of relevant  consulting services offered, b.) qualification and experience of relevant professionals and technical personnel currently maintained c.) track record and experience of the firm in similar assignment including list of major clients served and  d.) other relevant information. 

The Expression of Interest shall be submitted through mail to IOM at  no later than Monday 25th May 1200- Iraq Time. Friday 29th May 9:00 AM- Iraq Time.

On the basis of the above information, IOM shall draw up the shortlist of Companies/Service Providers. Only short listed Companies/Service Providers will be invited to submit full technical and financial proposals.

IOM reserves the right to accept or reject any Expression of Interest, and to annul the selection process and reject all Expression at any time, without thereby incurring any liability to the affected Companies/Service Providers.

 

Very truly yours,

IOM is encouraging companies to use recycled materials or materials coming from sustainable resources or produced using a technology that has lower ecological footprints.

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