WMO - Network Infrastructure Update-Revised
The World Meteorological Organization, hereinafter referred to as WMO hereby invites prospective proposers to submit a proposal in accordance with the General Conditions of Contract and the Terms of Reference as set out in this Request for Proposal (RFP). This tender is subject to a mandatory site visit. Bidders wishing to participate must register using Form I: Participation in the site visit by returning it filled to email@example.com before the site visit. The participation of at least one technical person from the interested Bidder to this site visit is mandatory. To enable you to submit a proposal, please read the following attached documents carefully. Section 1: This Letter of Invitation Section 2: Instruction to Proposers Section 3: Evaluation Criteria Section 4: Terms of Reference Section 5: Conditions of Contract and Contract Forms Section 6: Proposal Forms • Form A: Proposer Information • Form B: Joint Venture/Consortium/Association Information, if applicable • Form C: Eligibility and Qualification • Form D: Format for Technical Proposal • Form E: Format for CV of proposed key personnel • Form F: Financial Proposal Submission • Form G: Format for Financial Proposal • Form H: Technical Mandatory Prequalification Criteria • Form I: Participation in the site visit • Annex 1 - Pricing Sheet_Revised If you are interested in submitting a proposal in response to this RFP, please prepare your proposal in accordance with the requirements and procedure as set out in this RFP and submit it by the deadline for submission of proposals set out in WMO e-tendering system. We look forward to receiving your proposal. Sincerely, World Meteorological Organization (WMO) Procurement Section Geneva, Switzerland
Sustainable Procurement (SP) practices integrate requirements, specifications and criteria that are compatible and in favour of the protection of the environment, of social progress and in support of economic development, namely by seeking resource efficiency, improving the quality of products and services, and ultimately optimizing costs” (HLCM Procurement Network).Sustainable Procurement is not only one of the SDGs (SDG 12 and goal 12.7), it also contributes to the achievement of all SDGs. This tender meets the United Nations requirements to be considered sustainable. It incorporates at least 3 sustainability considerations (one for each pillar of sustainable development - environmental, social and economic), in accordance with the HLCM Procurement Network’s Sustainable Procurement Working Group - Sustainability Indicators Framework. To learn more about which considerations are included in this tender, please see below for a specific description. All questions related to these considerations should be directed to the procurement official and/or author of this tender.
The tender contains sustainability considerations for the prevention of polluting emissions to air, solid waste to land and discharges to water.
EMS, waste management and wastewater management.
The tender contains sustainability considerations promoting sustainability through the entire supply chain.
Sustainability requirements for tier 2 suppliers, identification and approval of subcontractors.
The tender contains sustainability considerations promoting health and general well-being of consumers/ recipients of the good or service.
Hazardous chemicals handling, labelling of chemicals.
This indicator summarizes sustainability considerations that relate to inclusion of a person with disability.
Organizational policy on disability inclusion, recruiting people with disabilities, accessible premises, disability-inclusive supply chains, and manufacturing accessible products.
The tender contains sustainability considerations promoting vendors' participation to the UN Global Compact.
The tender considers the whole life cycle cost of the service or product.