ICT tender: Colombia wants to monitor state firms

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Monday, March 20, 2017

The government of Colombia invites eligible consulting firms to bid on a system to monitor, evaluate and control state-run companies.

The procurement call from the national government's fiscal and municipal management division is part of a program for the implementation of management policies at state-owned enterprises, with resources from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).

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Consulting services sought include the development of analysis and management solutions to generate greater efficiencies at state-run companies, as well as identifying operational inefficiencies, and potential synergies between companies.

The hired consulting firm must also design and implement a control panel to allow the monitoring of such enterprises. The estimated timeframe for carrying out the services this year is five months from the date of the contract signing.

Expressions of interest must be sent by March 31, 5pm (Washington DC time), through the IDB Portal for Bank Operations.

Tender document and terms can be found here.