Request for Proposal (RFP) for provision of Consultancy Services for analysis of Information Management System. 69 views

RFP Reference No.: RFP-RO02-000342

The Danish Refugee Council (DRC) Regional Office in Amman Jordan have received funds from DANIDA for the implementation of humanitarian aid operations.

Part of this operation implies the requirements of consultancy services for the provision of analysis services related to existing Information Management System.

The overall objective of this consultancy is to undertake a third-party research into existing DRC IM solutions. The research should focus on examining the structure, administration, security, and maintenance of these solutions from an unbiased technical perspective and engaging with key stakeholders involved in the development of these IM solutions in order to gain an understanding of their practical usage.

Further details is available in the Term of Reference included in the tender package.

DRC MERO therefore kindly invite all eligible & qualified consultancy providers to participate & respond to the tender by submission of bids.

 

RFP Issuing date:  06 January 2021:

RFP Closure date: 20 January 2021: 13:30 Local Time – GMT -2 hours.

 

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