Consultant services for : Lot 1: Public Investment Management Guidelines (PIMG), and Lot 2 : Project Preparation and Delivery Facility (PPDF) Preparatory Activities /
- The Millennium Challenge Corporation (“MCC”) is in final preparations to sign a Compact with the Government of Indonesia, which will seek to address a binding constraint to economic growth: costly and underdeveloped financial intermediation. The Compact, which will include a $49 million contribution from the Government of Indonesia in addition to the $649 million of MCC grant funding, aims to unlock financing flows in a way that will catalyze economic growth and leverage Indonesia’s own resources.
The Indonesia Compact aims to address key root causes of costly and underdeveloped financial intermediation by improving the financing of infrastructure, particularly transport and logistics infrastructure, and increasing access to finance for micro-, small and medium enterprises.
The Compact will support three projects to address the binding constraint of costly and underdeveloped financial intermediation: the Advancing Transport and Logistics Accessibility Services (“ATLAS”) Project; the Financial Markets Development Project (“FMDP”); and the Access to Finance for Women-owned / Micro-, Small and Medium Enterprises Project (“MSME Finance Project”).
- MCC requires that all beneficiaries of MCC Funding, including the MCA Entity and any applicants, Bidders, Suppliers, contractors, Subcontractors, consultants, and sub-consultants under any MCC-funded contracts, observe the highest standards of ethics during the procurement and execution of such contracts. MCC’s Policy on Preventing, Detecting and Remediating Fraud and Corruption in MCC Operations (“MCC’s AFC Policy”) is applicable to all procurements and contracts involving MCC Funding and can be found on the MCC website at: https://www.mcc.gov/resources/doc/policy-fraud-and-corruption.
- The Bappenas Compact Development Team now invites proposals from legally constituted consulting firms and other organizations to provide Consultancy services for the following 2 distinct Lots :
- Lot 1 : Public Investment Management Guidelines (PIMG)
- Lot 2 : Project Preparation and Delivery Facility (PPDF) Preparatory Activities (“Proposals”).
More details on these services are provided in the Terms of Reference in Section V of the RFP.
- A Consultant will be selected under the Quality and Cost-Based Selection (“QCBS”) method, an evaluation procedure that is described in sections of the RFP in accordance with the “MCC Program Procurement Guidelines” provided on the MCC website (mcc.gov/ppg). The selection process, as described, will include a review and verification of qualifications and past performance, including a reference check, prior to the contract award.
- Consultants interested in receiving the RFP and submitting a Proposal can submit their contact details by using the following Microsoft Form link https://forms.office.com/e/kn5G5zizGs. Please fill in the form to get access to the solicitation documents. This will ensure that the Consultants receive updates regarding this RFP. Consultants should contact Aina Rakotomanga at Rakotomanga@crownagents.co.uk with a copy to: Indrajit Kartorejo, CDT Procurement Advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org in case of any questions.
- Please note that a Pre-Proposal Conference will be held as described in the Proposal Data Sheet (“PDS”), Section II of the RFP. Attendance at the Pre-Proposal Conference is not mandatory but is strongly advised for all interested Consultants or their representatives.
- The deadline for submission of Proposals is 7:00 pm Jakarta Indonesia Time (GMT+7), on 13 June 2023.
- Contact Information:
Interim Procurement Agent – Bappenas Compact Development Team