GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE
The Republic of Indonesia
MILLENNIUM CHALLENGE CORPORATION COMPACT DEVELOPMENT
The Millennium Challenge Corporation (“MCC”) is in active collaboration with the Government of Indonesia, via the Compact Development Team, to develop a compact program focused on addressing selected root causes of Indonesia’s binding constraint of costly and underdeveloped financial intermediation. The Government’s proposal aims to address the binding constraint of costly and underdeveloped financial intermediation through two projects:
- Strengthened Financial Intermediation for Transport and Logistics Infrastructure to improve public planning and investment processes and increase commercially oriented capital in infrastructure financing. Project activities include (i) the development of Public Investment Management Guidelines, (ii) the design and operationalization of a Project Preparation Facility to support sub-national governments, (iii) strengthening financial intermediation (supply side) for infrastructure, and (iv) constructing Demonstration Projects in selected target provinces.
- Strengthened Financial Intermediation for MSMEs, especially those owned by women to increase financing to MSMEs, especially those owned by women in target industries in Indonesia, particularly in the targeted provinces of Riau, South Sumatra, North Sulawesi, Riau Islands and Bali.
In furtherance of this development process, during the next ten months starting from February 10, 2023, the Government, supported by MCC, plans to begin procedures to procure the following services:
|Procurements for the period 10th February 2023 to 31st December 2023
Estimated Value – USD 14.5 million
|Procurement of Goods|
|* Data Economic Rate of Return|
|Procurement of Services (to include Consultant Services)|
|* Procurement Agent Services|
|* Fiscal Agent Services|
|* Feasibility Studies for Good Practice Demo Projects|
|* Public Investment Management Guidelines (PIMG) and Project Preparation and Development
Facility (PPDF) Preparatory Activities
|* Transport Planning Reform|
|* Logistics Studies|
|* Women’s Economic Empowerment|
|* Technical Evaluation Panel (TEP) Members (Individual Consultants)|
|* Regional Managers (Individual Consultants)|
|* MCA-Indonesia Key staff|
|* Advancing Transport and Logistics Accessibility Services (“ATLAS”) (Individual Consultants)|
|* Financial Markets Development Project (“FMDP”) (Individual Consultants)|
All Contracts for Goods, Works and Services will be implemented according to the principles, rules, and procedures set out in the MCC Program Procurement Guidelines which can be found on the MCC’s website.
Procurements are open to all bidders from all eligible countries as defined in the MCC Program Procurement Guidelines. Specific procurement notices for contracts to be tendered will be announced, as they become available, on United Nations Development Business (http://www.devbusiness.com/), dgMarket: http://www.dgmarket.com/), and other media outlets.
Interested eligible contractors and consultants who wish to be included on the mailing list to receive a copy of advertisements, or those requiring additional information, should contact:
Senior Procurement Consultant,
Interim Procurement Agent (IPA),