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PIB NO: 15.015 for Public Expenditure Tracking in Nepal

PIB NO:  15.015 for Public Expenditure Tracking in Nepal
DATE: 02/18/2015

Office of Acquisition Assistance Washington, D.C. 20523
Commodity Division (202) 569-4709


Country:          Nepal ( Nepalgunj)

Authority:        Sajhedari Bikass- #367-C-13-00003

Source Origin:  Geographic Code 937

Purchaser:        Pact Inc.

Contact:            Howard Weston

                       RFP- 6—VDC-Annex 2


Bid Deadline:  March 18, 2015

Sajhedari Bikaas is a five-year, USAID-funded project promoting more effective community development and inclusive governance practices in six districts of Mid and Far Western Nepal: Banke, Bardiya, Dang, Kailali, Kanchanpur, and Surkhet.

Sajhedari Bikaas requests proposals from qualified organizations to conduct a detailed Public Expenditure Tracking (PET) Study of Block Grants to District Development Committees (DDCs) and Village Development Committees (VDCs). Qualified organizations are Nepali or international firms or non-government organizations (NGOs) with experience working in Nepal and established partnering linkages with research organizations in Nepal, and demonstrated experience in public expenditure tracking (PETS). Small businesses are encouraged to apply.

The geographic focus of the study is 58 Village Development Committees across Sajhedari Bikaas’s six project districts.  The anticipated dates for the study are May 2015 to February 2016.  Interested firms should request proposal guidance documents by emailing: or downloading RFP packet from

Proposals will be evaluated based upon best value. The maximum value of the budget may not exceed Nepali Rupees 14,250,000. Nepali organizations are required to propose in Nepal Currency. Non-Nepali organizations may propose in U.S. Dollars with a maximum budget not to exceed $149,999. The award will be via a Fixed-Price Subcontract.

The deadline for submission of project proposals is March 18, 2015.