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Consultancy Opportunity: Opening Extractives Programme in Indonesia and the Philippines

Request for proposals.

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Antecedentes

Opening Extractives (OE) is a programme jointly implemented by the Extractives Industry Transparency Initiative (EITI) and Open Ownership (OO) (collectively referred to as the “OE Team”) to enhance beneficial ownership transparency in the extractive sector. We are seeking an individual Consultant or a reputable firm, preferably based in Indonesia or the Philippines, to support the implementation of beneficial ownership transparency commitments in Indonesia and the Philippines. This will entail supporting the OE Team and the national EITI Multi-stakeholder Working Groups (MSG) with the implementation of the OE programme. The objective is to strengthen beneficial ownership (BO) transparency in Indonesia and the Philippines through technical assistance and capacity building to government ministries and other stakeholders, with a focus on BO data verification and the use of BO data in integrity checks of extractive companies applying for, holding or transferring licenses.

Instrucciones de aplicación

A Consultant will be selected following a quality and cost-based selection procedure. Consultants should submit:

  • A Technical Proposal, following this template.
  • A Financial Proposal in USD, clearly indicating a lump sum financial proposal of all costs associated, with applicable taxes. The daily rate for the Consultant fees should be clearly indicated. The Consultant does not need to include any costs related to specific activities indicated in this TOR (travel, event costs, etc.). These costs will be covered separately by the programme. The Financial Proposal should be sent as a password protected PDF file. The passwords should not be sent - financial proposals submitted without the password will be considered non-responsive. The passwords will be requested following the assessment of the technical proposals.

Proposals must be delivered by email to SKasimova@EITI.org  by close of Thursday 9 May.  

Acerca del EITI

Creemos que los recursos naturales de los países pertenecen a sus ciudadanos. Nuestra misión consiste en promover el conocimiento sobre la gestión de los recursos naturales, fortalecer la gobernanza y la rendición de cuentas en los ámbitos público y corporativo, y aportar datos que sirvan de sustento para la creación de políticas y el diálogo multipartícipe en el sector extractivo. Al convertirse en miembros del EITI, los países se comprometen a divulgar información a lo largo de la cadena de valor de las industrias extractivas, desde la forma en que se otorgan los derechos sobre actividades extractivas, hasta el modo en que los ingresos llegan a manos de los gobiernos y cómo benefician a la población. A través de la participación en el EITI, más de 50 países han acordado a respetar un conjunto de normas comunes que determinan qué debe divulgarse y cuándo: en otras palabras, el Estándar EITI. En cada uno de los países que se ha unido al EITI hay un grupo multipartícipe, conformado por el gobierno, empresas y la sociedad civil, que colabora con la implementación del Estándar EITI.