Procurement

“Call for Expressions of Interest for Graphic Design Services within the scope of

“Strengthening Social Partners and Civil Society Capacities on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work” Project

Overview

ILO Project Code

TUR/22/04/EUR

Project Location

Türkiye

Expected Starting and End Date of Contract

05/04/2024 – 31/01/2027

Application Deadline

29/03/2024

The ILO Office for Türkiye is seeking expressions of interest from external collaborators to provide services for design of posters, brochures, and infographics within the scope of "Strengthening Social Partners and Civil Society Capacities on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work" Project funded by the European Union. For further details about the scope of work, please see the Terms of Reference (Annex-I).

Required Information for Submission of Interest:
The deadline to submit the expression of interest for the provision of graphic design services is by 17.00 pm (Ankara time) on 29 March 2024. Please send an e-mail with the subject header "Strengthening Social Partners and Civil Society Capacities on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work" to Finance Assistant – Ms Ece Yılmazkurt (yilmazkurt@ilo.org) and Communications Officer – Ms Ayşe Esra İsen (isen@ilo.org).

The selection of the external collaborator (Ex-Coll) will be done by the ILO based on their technical and financial offers. Offers to undertake any work under the ToR will be submitted in English and must contain the following information and documents:

1. Technical Offer: CV of the applicant
* Attaching the proof documents reflecting the experience and the knowledge of the applicants (minimum three samples of previous similar design products) is highly recommended.

2. Financial Offer: Financial offer to undertake the graphic design services (in USD)

Important Notes:

  1. The selection of the Ex-Coll will be made according to the evaluation scores to be calculated based on the technical proficiency and the financial offer of the applicant. The applicant with the highest score will be hired.
  2. The financial offer will be a significant factor in the overall score, accounting for 40% of the total score. The applicant with the lowest financial offer will receive a perfect score of 40, while the remaining applicants will be scored in inverse proportion.
  3. The technical proficiency score, accounting for 60% of the total score, will be calculated based on the criteria listed under "VI. Professional Qualifications and Experience" subheading of the ToR. The weight of each criterion is given in the "Annex-II: Evaluation Grid".
  4. The applicants are responsible for ensuring that their CVs reflect that their portfolio of work meets the criteria outlined in the ToR.

Annexes:
Annex-I: Terms of Reference
Annex-II: Evaluation Grid

“Call for Expressions of Interest” for the Preliminary Assessment on the Status of ILO
Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work in Türkiye

“Strengthening Social Partners and Civil Society Capacities on Fundamental Principles and
Rights at Work” Project

Overview

ILO Project Code

TUR/22/04/EUR

Project Location

Türkiye

Expected Starting and
Ending Date of Contract

25/03/2024 - 24/06/2024

Application Deadline

15/03/2024

The ILO Office for Türkiye is seeking expressions of interest from consultants to conduct a Preliminary Assessment on the Status of ILO Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work in Türkiye within the scope of the "Strengthening Social Partners and Civil Society Capacities on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work" Project funded by the European Union. For further details about the scope of work, please see the Terms of Reference (Annex-I).

Required Information for Submission of Interest:
The deadline to submit the expression of interest for this assignment is by 17.00 pm (Ankara time) on 15 March 2024. Please send an e-mail with the subject header "Strengthening Social Partners and Civil Society Capacities on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work" to Finance Assistant – Ms Ece Yılmazkurt (yilmazkurt@ilo.org).

The selection of the external collaborator (Ex-Coll) will be done by the ILO based on the applicants' technical and financial proposals. Proposals to undertake any work under the Terms of Reference (Annex-I) will be submitted in English and must contain the following information and documents:

1. Technical Proposal:
  • A comprehensive curriculum vitae (CV) outlining the applicant's qualifications and the relevant experience, including a list of publications or reports related to the focus of the Terms of Reference (Annex-I)
  • A motivation letter
Applicants are strongly encouraged to submit relevant previous publications and reports along with their application.

2. Financial Proposal: The financial proposal for undertaking the assignment will be provided in US Dollars.

Important Notes:

  • The applicants not meeting the minimum requirements will be eliminated at the administrative check before further evaluation.
  • The selection of the Ex-Coll will be made according to the evaluation scores to be calculated based on the applicant's technical proficiency and the financial proposal. The applicant with the highest score will be hired.
  • The financial proposal will be a significant factor in the overall score, accounting for 40% of the total score. The applicant with the lowest financial proposal will receive a perfect score of 40, while the remaining applicants will be scored in inverse proportion.
    The technical proficiency score, accounting for 60% of the total score, will be calculated based on the criteria listed under "Professional Qualifications and Experience" subheading of the Terms of Reference (Annex-I). The weight of each criterion is given in the "Annex-II: Evaluation Grid".
  • The applicants are responsible for ensuring that their CVs reflect that their portfolio of work meets the criteria outlined in the Terms of Reference (Annex-I).

Annexes:
Annex-I: Terms of Reference
Annex-II: Evaluation Grid

Call for Expressions of Interest

EXTERNAL COLLABORATOR FOR OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY and HEALTH TRAINING

Supporting Resilience and Social Cohesion with Decent Livelihood Opportunities Project

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Project Title

TUR/22/01/USA: Supporting Resilience and Social Cohesion with Decent Livelihood Opportunities

Contraction Organization

International Labour Organization (ILO)

ILO Responsible Office

ILO Office for Türkiye

Funding Source

The United States Department of State, Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration (PRM)

Project Location

Türkiye, with project provinces of İstanbul, İzmir, Bursa, Ankara, Adana, Mersin, Şanlıurfa, Kahramanmaraş, Konya, Hatay, Eskişehir, Denizli, Gaziantep, Manisa, and Kilis

Project Start and End Date

01.04.2022 – 31.03.2024

Expected Starting and End Date

04 March 2024 – 20 March 2024

The ILO Office for Türkiye is seeking expressions of interest from consultants to conduct occupational safety and health training for OSH professionals and staff from enterprises and cooperatives. This training will focus on furnishing sector-based OSH needs, rights and responsibilities of workers, employers and government and national OSH legal framework.

The project is based on ILO Conventions No. 155 and 187 and other sector-based ILO conventions. It is also in line with the Occupational Health and Safety Law No. 6331 and other supporting national OSH legal framework.

For further details, please see the attached Terms of Reference (ToR).

Required Information for Submission of Interest:

The deadline to submit the expression of interest is by 17.00 pm (CET) on 23 February 2024. Please send an e-mail with the subject header "Supporting Resilience and Social Cohesion with Decent Livelihood Opportunities Project" to Salih Gökçe Görgeç gorgec@ilo.org

The selection of the external collaborator (Ex-Coll) will be done by the ILO based on their technical proposal. Proposals to undertake any work under the ToR will be submitted in English and must contain the following information and documents:

  1. Technical Offer: CV of the candidate

Important Notes:

  1. The applicants not meeting the minimum requirements will be eliminated at the administrative check before further evaluation.
  2. The selection of the Ex-Coll will be made according to the evaluation scores to be calculated based on their technical proficiency of the applicant. The applicant with the highest score will be hired.
  3. "Minimum Qualifications" and "Assets" subheadings of the ToR.
  4. The applicants are responsible for ensuring that their CVs reflect that their portfolio of work meets the criteria outlined in the ToR.

Compliance with UN norms and standards for evaluation

This evaluation will comply with UN norms and standards for evaluation and ensure that ethical safeguards concerning the independence of the evaluation will be followed. Please refer to the UNEG ethical guidelines  for further details.

Request for Quotation for the Production of Promotional Materials

RFQ-EU-FPRW-2024-01

Production of Promotional Materials

Please find the details in documents linked below.

RFQ-EU-FPRW-2024-01

Responses to be received by 13 Feb 2024, 17:00, Ankara time

Call for Expressions of Interest

Consultant for Training Needs Assessment for Institutional and Technical Capacity Development
Training Programmes Within “Workplace Compliance Through Labour Inspection Guidance and Social Dialogue” Project

ILO Project Code

TUR/22/03/EUR

Reference number

108995-Excoll-01-2024

Project Location

Türkiye

Expected Starting and
End Date of Contract

16/02/2024 – 10/05/2024

Application Deadline           

09/02/2024

 
The ILO Office for Türkiye is seeking expressions of interest from consultants to conduct a Training Needs Assessment for Institutional and Technical Capacity Development Training Programmes Within "Workplace Compliance Through Labour Inspection Guidance and Social Dialogue" Project funded by the European Union. For further details about the scope of work, please see the Terms of Reference (Annex-I).

Required Information for Submission of Interest:
The deadline to submit the expression of interest for the review is by 17.00 pm (Ankara time) on 9 February 2024. Please send an e-mail with the subject header "108995-Excoll-01-2024" to wpcteam@ilo.org email address.

 The selection of the consultant will be done by the ILO based on their technical proposal. Proposals to undertake any work under the Terms of Reference will be submitted in English and must contain the following information and documents:

Technical Offer: CV of the candidate


Important Notes:

  1. The applicants not meeting the minimum requirements will be eliminated at the administrative check before further evaluation.
  2. The selection of the consultant will be made according to the evaluation scores to be calculated based on their technical proficiency of the applicant. The applicant with the highest score will be hired.
  3. The applicants are responsible for ensuring that their CVs reflect that their portfolio of work meets the criteria outlined in the Terms of Reference.

 Compliance with UN norms and standards for evaluation

This evaluation will comply with UN norms and standards for evaluation and ensure that ethical safeguards concerning the independence of the evaluation will be followed. Please refer to the UNEG ethical guidelines   for further details.

Call for Expressions of Interest

EXTERNAL COLLABORATOR FOR RIGHT-BASED JOB COUNSELLING TRAINING

Supporting Resilience and Social Cohesion with Decent Livelihood Opportunities Project

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Project Title

TUR/22/01/USA: Supporting Resilience and Social Cohesion with Decent Livelihood Opportunities

Contraction Organization

International Labour Organization (ILO)

ILO Responsible Office

ILO Office for Türkiye

Funding Source

The United States Department of State, Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration (PRM)

Project Location

Türkiye, with project provinces of İstanbul, İzmir, Bursa, Ankara, Adana, Mersin, Şanlıurfa, Kahramanmaraş, Konya, Hatay, Eskişehir, Denizli, Gaziantep, Manisa, and Kilis

Project Start and End Date

01.04.2022 – 31.03.2024

Expected Starting and End Date

22 January 2024 – 20 March 2024


The ILO Office for Türkiye is seeking expressions of interest from consultants to conduct a capacity-building training for counsellors from Turkish Employment Agency (İŞKUR) and from the employment and career centres under a municipality. This training will focus on furnishing right-based career counselling and job matching services to vulnerable groups (mostly focused on refugees, women, persons with disabilities).

The project aligns with the principles of the RBA and the principles against discrimination taking ILO Convention No.181 Article 5 and ILO Recommendation No.188 Article 9 as its basis, emphasising non-transferability, indivisibility, and interdependence of rights.

For further details, please see the attached Terms of Reference (ToR).

Required Information for Submission of Interest:

The deadline to submit the expression of interest is by 17.00 pm (CET) on 17 January 2024. Please send an e-mail with the subject header "Supporting Resilience and Social Cohesion with Decent Livelihood Opportunities Project" to Gamze Hoşgörür Ürünay hosgorur@ilo.org and Salih Gökçe Görgeç gorgec@ilo.org

The selection of the external collaborator (Ex-Coll) will be done by the ILO based on their technical proposal. Proposals to undertake any work under the ToR will be submitted in English and must contain the following information and documents:

Technical Offer: CV of the candidate

Important Notes:

  1. The applicants not meeting the minimum requirements will be eliminated at the administrative check before further evaluation.
  2. The selection of the Ex-Coll will be made according to the evaluation scores to be calculated based on their technical proficiency of the applicant. The applicant with the highest score will be hired.
  3. "Minimum Qualifications" and "Assets" subheadings of the ToR.
  4. The applicants are responsible for ensuring that their CVs reflect that their portfolio of work meets the criteria outlined in the ToR.

Compliance with UN norms and standards for evaluation

This evaluation will comply with UN norms and standards for evaluation and ensure that ethical safeguards concerning the independence of the evaluation will be followed. Please refer to the UNEG ethical guidelines  for further details.

Call for Expressions of Interest for the Evaluability Review of
“Strengthening Social Partners and Civil Society Capacities on Fundamental Principles
and Rights at Work” Project

Overview
ILO Project Code TUR/22/04/EUR
Project Location Türkiye
Expected Starting and End Date of Contract 29/01/2024 - 29/03/2024
Application Deadline 15/01/2024

The ILO Office for Türkiye is seeking expressions of interest from consultants to conduct an independent evaluability review of the “Strengthening Social Partners and Civil Society Capacities on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work” Project funded by the European Union. For further details about the scope of work, please see the Terms of Reference (Annex-I).

Required Information for Submission of Interest:
The deadline to submit the expression of interest for the review is by 17.00 pm (Ankara time) on 15 January 2024. Please send an e-mail with the subject header “Strengthening Social Partners and Civil Society Capacities on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work” to Finance Assistant – Ms Ece Yılmazkurt (yilmazkurt@ilo.org) and Monitoring and Evaluation Officer – Mr Mehmet İner (iner@ilo.org).

The selection of the external collaborator (Ex-Coll) will be done by the ILO based on their technical and financial proposals. Proposals to undertake any work under the ToR will be submitted in English and must contain the following information and documents:
  1. Technical Offer: CV of the candidate
    * Attaching the proof documents reflecting the experience and the knowledge of the applicants (such as previously prepared reports, etc.) is highly recommended.
  2. Financial Offer: Financial offer to undertake the review (in USD)
Important Notes:
  1. The applicants not meeting the minimum requirements will be eliminated at the administrative check before further evaluation.
  2. The selection of the Ex-Coll will be made according to the evaluation scores to be calculated based on their technical proficiency and the financial offer of the applicant. The applicant with the highest score will be hired.
  3. The financial offer will be a significant factor in the overall score, accounting for 40% of the total score. The applicant with the lowest financial offer will receive a perfect score of 40, while the remaining applicants will be scored in inverse proportion.
  4. The technical proficiency score, accounting for 60% of the total score, will be calculated based on the criteria listed under “VI. Minimum Qualifications” and “Assets” subheadings of the ToR. The weight of each criterion is given in the “Annex-II: Evaluation Grid”.
  5. The applicants are responsible for ensuring that their CVs reflect that their portfolio of work meets the criteria outlined in the ToR.
Compliance with UN norms and standards for evaluation
This evaluation will comply with UN norms and standards for evaluation and ensure that ethical safeguards concerning the independence of the evaluation will be followed. Please refer to the UNEG ethical guidelines for further details.

Annexes:

Request for Quotation for theProcurement of Services

RFQ:GBR-2024-01

Delivery of Urban Enterprise Survey In Post-Disaster Setting

Please find the details in documents linked below.

RFQ-GBR-2024-01

Q&A

Annoucement

Responses to be received by 16 Jan 2024, 17:00, Ankara time