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Independent midterm evaluation of the Opening Extractives programme

Request for proposals

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Справочная информация

The Opening Extractives (OE) programme is approaching the midpoint of its grant with the BHP Foundation, having worked over two years with multiple stakeholders, including various government agencies, civil society organisations, and private sector actors, from a range of 10 countries, to advance beneficial ownership transparency. Progress has been achieved on beneficial ownership reforms in several of these countries and there are valuable lessons about both what has worked well and what has been challenging under the programme.

The programme is now seeking to commission an independent review designed to:

  • Assess the programme’s measures of progress and impact at national and global levels;
  • Evaluate effectiveness of the approaches taken in the different regions;
  • Surface key factors from successful implementation and lessons learned from challenging contexts to inform the next phase of the programme’s work.

Инструкции по предоставлению информации

A shortlist of companies/individuals will be selected following a quality- and value for money-based selection procedure. The finalist will be selected in consultation with the OE stakeholders and following a brief interview. Consultants should submit the following:

  • The Technical Proposal should outline: (a) the experience of the firm / consultants, (b) the proposed methodology and work plan in response to the Terms of Reference (TORs) and (c) the key experts’ qualifications and competence. The Technical Proposal should not include any financial information. Technical proposals containing material financial information shall be declared non-responsive.
  • The Financial Proposal should clearly indicate a lump sum financial proposal in USD, inclusive of all associated costs and applicable taxes. The maximum budget available for this work stands at USD 30,000. The financial proposal should clearly differentiate fees from any other reimbursable expenses. The daily rates for the consultants’ fees should be clearly indicated. The Financial Proposal should be sent as a password-protected PDF file. The passwords should not be sent. The passwords will be requested following the assessment of the technical proposals.

Proposals, following the guidance above, should be delivered by email to by close of Monday 1 May CEST. All questions related to the project, its timeline and deliverables should be submitted to the same address by no later than Friday 21 April.

* When preparing your proposal, please be sure to include a section on potential conflicts of interest in the technical proposal. This section should identify any areas of work, including past, present or future consultancies related to the EITI, Open Ownership and Opening Extractives, which might pose a conflict of interest. Please also describe strategies that you intend to use to minimise those risks.




Мы считаем, что природные ресурсы стран принадлежат их гражданам. Наша миссия — формирование представления об управлении природными ресурсами, укрепление государственного и корпоративного управления и предоставление данных для обеспечения более высокого уровня прозрачности и подотчетности в добывающем секторе. Становясь членами Инициатива Прозрачности в Добывающих Отраслях (ИПДО), страны обязуются раскрывать информацию на всех этапах цепочки создания стоимости в добывающей отрасли — от способов предоставления прав на добычу до путей распределения доходов правительством и возможностей получения общественностью выгод от этих доходов. Посредством участия в ИПДО свыше 50 стран согласились придерживаться Стандарта ИПДО — общего набора правил в отношении того, какую информацию и когда необходимо раскрывать. В каждой присоединившейся к ИПДО стране внедрение Стандарта ИПДО поддерживается многосторонней группой заинтересованных сторон, состоящей из представителей правительства, компаний и гражданского общества.