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  • Analysis on the Draft Regional Corruption Assessment Report

    Reference number:              83373711

    Processing no.:                  17.2034.1.020.00

    Project name:                     SADC/GIZ CESARE Peace, Security and Good Governance

    Project title:                       Analysis on the Draft Regional Corruption Assessment Report                             

    Country:                             Botswana

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    The German International Cooperation (GIZ) supports the SADC Organ Directorate – Peace, Security and Good Governance, in the implementation of The SADC Regional Indicative Strategic Development Plan (RISDP-2020-2030), SADC Protocol Against Corruption and SADC through the SADC/GIZ Project “Cooperation for the Enhancement of SADC Regional Economic Integration (CESARE) – Measure Peace, Security and Good Governance (PSGG)”.

    To facilitate the implementation of the SADC Anti-Corruption Strategic Action plan for 2018-2022, the SADC Anti-Corruption Committee (SACC) was established under Article 11 of the Protocol. The SACC is tasked with guiding the implementation of the Action Plan and advice the SADC Organ Secretariat on the same.

    It is against this backdrop, that GIZ CESARE-PSGG is looking for a consultant to conduct analysis on the Draft Regional Corruption Assessment Report and recommend key policy issues from for consideration by SACC (Annex 1). The report (Annex 2) was intended to provide a baseline assessment of efforts that are being undertaken by Member States in the seven areas. The report outlined: a) the current status of legal and institutional frameworks in Member States in each of the Seven areas b) recently completed or planned as well as on-going and future efforts intended to improve legislation and strengthen the institutional framework in each of the seven areas. c) progress and successes as well as challenges that Member States are encountering in these areas d) Other complementary efforts and initiatives being undertaken by Member States including efforts to strengthen regional and international cooperation in the seven areas. A Draft report which has inputs from SADC Member States has been prepared by the Secretariat and will be the basis of this assignment. The report has further been commented on by the Member States.

    Submission deadline

    Should you be interested in implementing the tasks according the Specifications (Annex 1), please submit your bid in three (3) copies at GIZ office latest by Tuesday 16th February 2021, 14:00 p.m. Please note that tender bids submitted by email will not be accepted. Kindly send your tender bids by courier or hand deliver to:

    Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH

    GIZ Office Gaborone
    1st Floor, South Wing, Morula House

    Plot 54358, New CBD

    Gaborone, Botswana or

    Private Bag X12 Village, Gaborone

    Labelling of offer

    Your bid, comprising the technical offer and the price offer, must be clearly marked as such and submitted in a package containing two envelopes. The price offer must always be separate from the technical offer and placed in a separate envelope. Kindly send 1 original and 2 copies of technical offers and 1 (one) financial offer.

    The envelope containing the price offer using the financial offer form (Annex 3) with the bidder’s name on the right corner must be sealed and be labelled as follows:

    Price offer for:

    To conduct an analysis of the regional corruption assessment


    Reference number: 83373711
    – to be opened by GIZ procurement unit only –

    The envelope containing the technical offer with the bidder’s name on the right corner must be sealed and be labelled as follows:

    Technical offer for:

    To conduct an analysis of the regional corruption assessment


    Reference number: 83373711

    – to be opened by GIZ evaluation team & Procurement Unit –

    Interested bidders are requested to submit technical offer based on the criteria of the assessment grid (Annex 2) and their latest CV. The technical offer should not exceed four pages, including interpretation of the assignment, work plan and proposed methodology/strategy.

    The outer package with the bidder’s company name on the right corner must be labelled as:

    Bidding documents for:

    To conduct an analysis of the regional corruption assessment


    Reference number: 83373711

    – to be opened by GIZ Office and the Project –

    Price offer

    The price offer must be submitted in accordance with the attached format for the price offer and General Terms and Conditions.  Personnel costs should be shown per expert assigned for the measure.  Travel costs and all other costs must be shown separately.  All communication related costs, stationery and printing costs for reports must be included in the calculation. Please submit your offer in the currency of your country; during the financial evaluation the amounts will be converted using the exchange rate of the day from the converter InforEuro:http://ec.europa.eu/budget/contracts_grants/info_contracts/inforeuro/inforeuro_en.cfm

    Alternative offers

    No alternative offers are permitted.

    Procedural questions

    Please address any commercial, technical and procedural questions at an early stage. Questions will be answered if they are received at the latest five working days before the closing of the tender. Questions have to be raised in writing, by email only to:

    Ms Dimpho Keitseng
    +267-3959750 or

    Non-compliance may result in your bid not being considered.

    Evaluation of Offer

    After the final technical evaluation, technical offers scored 500 points and above only their financial bids will be opened and evaluated. Technical offers below 500 points will be considered as technically not acceptable. The weightings are as below for Technical (T) and Financial (F);

    T: 70%, the price offer and F: 30%. The following formula will be used:

    The contract will be awarded to the bidder with the highest score (Technical plus Financial weighing), and in case of achieving the same score, a priority is given to the bidder who submitted their bid earlier. Contractual negotiations are generally commenced with the bidder achieving the highest score. Should these negotiations not be successful, the second highest scorer on the list shall be invited to commence negotiations.

    Date of decision to award contract

    For procedural reasons, no information on the status of the evaluation will be given pending the decision on contract award. We would therefore ask you to refrain from making enquiries about this. Only the winning bidder will be informed.

    Acceptance period and Commencement of work

    Please note that you are bound by your bid for 90 days.

    GIZ reserves the right to accept, reject and/or cancel any or part of the bid.

    GIZ also reserves the right to cancel the bid entirely.

    Yours truly,


    1. Terms of Reference
    2. Technical Assessment Grid
    3. Budget allocation form (for financial proposal)

    GIZ General Terms of contract