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The programme cycle consists of the following phases

EC Cooperation with Third CountriesConsultancy Opportunities for Private Sectorprepared by Mauro [email protected] Strategies

The author accepts sole responsibility for this presentation. Its content does not necessarily reflect the views of the EC which funded the project and of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs who organised the seminar.


The programme cycle consists of the following phases

The Programme Cycle consists of the following phases

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  • Policy Formulation

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2

  • PerformanceEvaluation

  • Strategy Planning

PROGRAMME CYCLE

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5

  • Programme Identification & Formulation

  • Monitoring Implementation

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  • Project Implementation

Consultancy opportunities are in all phases of the EC programme cycle


The programme cycle consists of the following phases

What kind of opportunities we are talking about

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Geographical areas

Sector areas

  • Programmes with geographical focus

  • All programmes are already open to new Member States; also including the 10th EDF financing initiatives in ACP countries

  • To be inferred from Europe/Aid Framework Contract (13 different lots)

  • Sectors require specific expertise covering the entire project cycle

  • Sectors also require expertise in a number of horizontal aspects


The programme cycle consists of the following phases

Geographical areas

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a

b

TACIS

CARDS

Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Mongolia, Russian Federation, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan

Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

Programmes

c

d

MEDA

ALA

Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon

Morocco, Syria, Tunisia, Yemen,

West Bank and Gaza Strip

Most Asian and Latin America countries

ACP Countries (Africa, Caribbean and Pacific) are part of the Cotonou Agreement and financed

under the EDF not the EC budget


The programme cycle consists of the following phases

Detailed information on

http://ec.europa.eu/europeaid/projects/index_en.htm


The programme cycle consists of the following phases

Under the approved Financial Framework 2007-2013 the EC has grouped the present development instruments under a consolidated framework

Present Range of

Geographical

and Thematical

Instruments

Simplified framework consisting of :

  • Instrument for Pre-Accession (IPA)

  • European Neighbouring and Partnership Instrument (ENPI)

  • Development Cooperation and Economic Cooperation Instrument (DCEC)

  • Instrument for Stability

  • Humanitarian Aid

  • Macro Financial Assistance

No big changes for consultancies; projects will continue to be tendered within each instrument


The programme cycle consists of the following phases

Deconcentration in the management of EC external aid management has far reaching impact

a

b

Proven experience in the beneficary country is a strong advantage in the bidding process

EC Delegations manage most tender procedures and contracts

Deconcentration

c

List of EC Delegation in the world (outside EU)

  • Europe : Albania, Bosnia, Croatia, Georgia , Kazakhstan , Russia, Ukraine

  • MEDA : Algeria, Egypt, Jordan , Lebanon, Morocco, Syria ,Tunisia, Turkey, West Bank & Gaza

  • Asia : Afghanistan, Bangladesh, China, India, Indonesia, Pakistan, Philippines, Thailand , Vietnam

  • Latin America : Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Nicaragua, Peru, Uruguay,Venezuela

  • Africa/ACP : Angola, Barbados, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Benin, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Democratic Republic of Congo, Dominican Republic, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Fiji, Gabon, Ghana, Guinea Bissau, Guyana, Ivory Coast, Jamaica, Kenya, Madagascar , Malawi, Mali, Mauritius, Mauritania, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Randa, Republic of Guinea, Senegal , SouthAfrica , Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe


The programme cycle consists of the following phases

Sector areas

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1

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Humanitarian Aid, Crisis Management

13

Rural development and food security

Conferences

Education, Employment and Social

2

6

10

Transport & infrastructures

Environment

Support to Industry / commerce / services

3

7

Telecom.

& information technologies

Culture, Governance and Home Affairs

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For expertise required see details at:

http://ec.europa.eu/europeaid/tender/cadre05/index_en.htm

Macro economy, Public finances

12

4

Standards

Energy & nuclear safety

Health

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The programme cycle consists of the following phases

Steps in tendering process from the point of view of the Contracting Authority

Drafting of longlist

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3

Preparation of Tender Dossier

Publication of procurement notice

1

Publication shortlist notice

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5

6

Shortlist report

Set of Evaluation Committee

Award contract or cancel tender

(in case of no tenderers with

average scores over 80 points)

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8

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Evaluation of technical/financial offers

Tender opening session


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