Upcoming Business Opportunities
Translation of CGE Training Materials into French and Spanish
21 February 2013
In view of the fact that the official language used for the RFP will be English, this request for expression of interest is published in English only.
Du fait que la langue officielle de cette sollicitation sera l'anglais, cette demande d'expression d'intérêt est publiée uniquement en anglais.
Please note that only those firms considered qualified by the United Nations Office at Geneva for this project will be invited to participate.
Terms of Reference
The secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) is seeking for a qualified vendor to translate the training materials of Consultative Group of Experts (CGE) from English into French & Spanish and maintaining their original formats. There are 3 sets of CGE training materials in the form of PowerPoint, Word, Excel & Adobe files. The materials are needed in the same format as original.
Detailed specifications will be provided as part of the Invitation to Bid, which will be issued after the closing date of this request for EOI.
The EOI should include a description of the company profile and details of relevant experience. However, such description shall be limited to 1-2 pages length. Please do not include copies of certifications at this stage. EOIs that do not contain the information requested for evaluation by UNFCCC may be rejected.
We kindly request vendors who are interested in responding to this EOI but have not yet submitted a vendor registration form to UNFCCC, to complete the vendor registration form which can be accessed at: http://unfccc.int/secretariat/procurement/award_procedure/vendor_registration/items/2645.php
This notice is posted for information only and does not constitute an invitation to bid or submit a proposal. The UNFCCC reserves the right to change or cancel these requirements at any time in the EOI and/or solicitation process. The UNFCCC Procurement and General Services Unit considers a vendor’s qualifications and experience in the particular commodity/service area, and previous performance, when preparing a list of invitees. Thus submitting an EOI does not automatically guarantee a vendor will be considered for receipt of the solicitation when issued.