Road Safety Speed Management Study
Scope: To support the National Road Safety Agency (ANSV) of Argentina with the following activities related to the implementation of automated speed enforcement systems, with a focus on point to point cameras.
Market Study for Third-party Logistics and Temperature-controlled Logistics Services in Latin and Central America
Scope: This assignment comprises market studies on both the development of third-party logistics (3PL) infrastructure and services as well as temperature-controlled logistics (TCL) in Chile and Central America. The main objectives of this assignment are to: (i) identify existing suppliers of 3PL and TCL services and their growth plans;
(ii) identify key constraints and growth drivers for the sectors serviced by providers; and
(iii) outline potential private investment opportunities to develop 3PL and TCL solutions in these markets.
PenLink PLX *SOLE SOURCE*
Scope: Pen-Link PLX software.
Single-Phase IDIQ/SATOC for Small Construction Requirements
Scope: Repair bastion system defensive positions & construct reinforced concrete wall.
Radome Assembly for B1900 Aircraft
Scope: Part number 101-410095-47 radome assembly for Beechcraft aircraft, condition overhauled.
RFP - Union Properties
Scope: Provide technical services for the identification and assessment of 200 real estates land.
OIJ Cyber Section Equipment Support
Scope: 30 EA of Full HD LED monitors (for desktops) minimal display size 24 inches or superior. 15 EA of Desktop Computers with Intel® Xeon® Gold 5218R, 192 GB of RAM, five storage hard drive, compatible with T356789iu. Desktop Computer equal or superior. 15 EA of Tableau Forensic Universal Bridge T356789iu. 7 EA of Laptop computers Intel® Xeon® E-2276M, 128 GB of RAM, 1TB Hard Drive: M.2, Display 15-17" FHD. Laptop computers equal or superior. See outside linked file.
Assessment of CCUS abatement potential in support of Mexicos Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC)
Scope: This consultancy aims at assessing the climate change mitigation potential for CCUS in order to understand the role of CCUS in support of Mexicos NDC commitments, as well as their national and international climate change targets.
Economic and Financial Inclusion of Forcibly Displaced People (FDP)
Scope: Looking to hire a firm to conduct an in-depth market and context assessment of the economic and financial inclusion opportunities for forcibly displaced people (FDP). The intention of the study is to identify potential avenues for FDP to increase access to and use of formal financial services. The target segment is Venezuelan migrants and Colombian returnees with a focus on those with temporary or permanent residency and/or within any process of legalization and naturalization per national regulations. The project will also assess the needs of host communities and promote solutions that will benefit both migrant and local vulnerable populations.
Rail Project in Brazil: Business Consultant for KPI and Access Rights
Scope: The main objectives of the consultancy are (i) assessment of the regulatory framework and current business practices, including a swot analysis, focused on access rights, interoperability, and kpis; (ii) research and provide international benchmarks and best practices; (iii) propose technical recommendations for both the broader regulatory regime and the contractual agreements, with the goal of increasing interoperability, transparency, and enforceability of access rights, and greater use of technology; (iv) develop a whole set of kpis including its mathematical formulas, a strategy plan for their measurement, implementation, and enforcement; (v) collaborate with other consultants such as legal and engineering consultants for final delivery, (vi) support on the technical aspects at public consultation/hearings, market sounding/promotion and the bidding stages.
Rail Project in Brazil: Demand Consultant
Scope: The main objectives of the consultancy are (i) evaluation of the demand studies previously produced for the 4 rail segments under project scope, nearby rail segments, and other competing infrastructures; (ii) produce own demand projection studies, taking into account the seasonality, production and demand patterns and their geographical distribution, field survey results of main shippers and municipalities, and potential impact of other transport modes and future infrastructure planned by the government; (iii) elaborate a demand simulation model; (iv) estimate applicable freight volumes, including access right freight, and applicable tariffs; (v) evaluate and project revenues, including those related to access rights and mutual traffic, and any ancillary and alternative revenues, including a benchmark evaluation and projection for the whole concession period; (vi) undertake sensitivity analysis contemplating the demand forecasting for different infrastructure availability and other scenarios, including other corridors where access sharing is expected, (vii) interact with the engineering consultant to enable the definition of operational and investment assumptions; and (viii) support on the technical aspects at public consultation/hearings, market sounding/promotion and the bidding stages.
Rail Project in Brazil: Legal Consultant
Scope: The main objectives of the consultancy are (i) conduct legal and regulatory due diligence for the rail sector and rail concessions, identify the main issues and risks and publish the findings in a legal review report; (ii) prepare a thorough risk matrix indicating the best risk allocation methods for the project; (iii) propose recommendations for new regulation or amendment to existing regulation to improve the interoperability and third-party infrastructure access rights of the rail system and the projects integration with other infrastructure facilities such as ports; (iv) recommend and elaborate contractual mechanisms and recommendations, in particular around access rights, in collaboration with the kpi and access rights consultant; (v) prepare legal documents including bid notice, technical notes, draft concession agreement, memorandums, amongst others; (vi) provide legal and technical support at public consultation and hearings and during and after the bidding process until commercial close is reached.
Rail Project in Brazil: Communications Consultant
Scope: The main objectives of the consultancy are: (i) support ifc and the client in the design and implementation of an integrated communications and public relations strategy to help promote the transaction; (ii) identify main stakeholders (e. G. , investors, ngos, press, academy) and define communication strategies to enable support for the project, (iii) development of an integrated communications plan with detailed action plans; (iv) development of branding and visual identity for the project; (v) preparation and distribution of international and local releases as well as monitoring local and international media with mentions related to the project; (vi) preparation of business presentations for public events or occasions; (vii) support in media and public relations throughout the entire transaction.
Rail project in Brazil: Environmental and Social Consultant
Scope: The main objectives of the consultancy are: (i) assessment of cumulative landscape level risk and impacts, as well as associated facilities related issues; (ii) identification of improperly assessed impacts and legacy issues in existing studies and licensing processes; (iii) undertake a gap analysis between local legislation/practices and ifc performance standards and recommend necessary contractual provisions/mechanisms to close identified gaps, (iv) identification of key risks and aspects to factor into the selection of the final alignment for the rail segments still under planning; (v) assess and identify environmental and social liabilities on the railroad segments and propose measures and responsibilities to remedy; (vi) o&m phase key risks identification, (vii) development of the environmental and social capex and opex projections to be included in the financial modeling tool, (viii) support on the technical aspects at public consultation/hearings, market sounding/promotion and the bidding stages.
Rail Project: Engineering Consultancy
Scope: The main objectives of the consultancy are (i) evaluation of the materials previously produced and provided by the government pertaining to the 5 rail segments, in conjunction with consultants own research, to ensure their adequacy and to identify any necessities for engineering modifications and improvements; (ii) aerophotogrammetric surveys through the railway segments, (iii) unification of the previously developed designs/projects in a single platform (potentially a bim platform), (iii) provide an integrated engineering solution encompassing implementation phases, duration, and strategy; (iv) estimate total capex necessary for the solution; (v) perform a comprehensive operational study to recommend and define an optimal operational model, using international and national benchmarks, best practices, and simulations; (vi) estimate total opex for the concession period to achieve the optimal operational model; (vii) support on the technical aspects at public hearings and the bidding stage.
Disaster Risk Management Project Readiness for the Sjl Urban Cable Car Project
Scope: Intends to hire consulting services to support the elaboration of a disaster risk management (drm) project readiness framework. The framework will include: (i) analyzing international cases of drm readiness and resilient cable car infrastructure; (ii) designing guidelines for geophysical risk management of urban transport infrastructure (focusing on the car project and its associated nmt integration infrastructure with brt and rail); and (iii) providing advice and recommendations for emergency response and safety plan for public transport infrastructure
Degraded Lands and Sustainable Land Use Management
Scope: Seeking a firm or consultant to further develop its knowledge of the sector, identify potential financial products and solutions, and to enable the development of relationships with potential ifc clients.
Reducing Mercury and Boosting Gold Miners Earnings: Public-private Partnerships for Development
Scope: The project will involve the successful firm developing (or scaling up) a co-existence model between asgm entities and one or more conventional gold mining company to (a) reduce mercury pollution of local ecosystems caused by agsm activities and (b) strengthen local community benefits through formalization. The co-existence model pilot will promote best practice, clean technologies, environmental management, training, and direct support to formalization. It will build on the knowledge from the desktop study and from stakeholder engagement and stakeholder needs assessment to define a business plan for the co-existence model which will piloted. The objective is to develop a co-existence model that can be replicated in other regions or countries and which is sustainable and potentially scalable. The coexistence model will have a strong covid lens with attention paid to addressing additional impacts from covid now in the asm area.
Mentoring Women Community Leaders in Artisanal and Small-scale Mining As Agents of Formalization
Scope: Mentoring women community leaders in artisanal and small-scale mining as agents of formalization.
Scope: 4 EA Multi-functional printers and supplies; 4 EA High volume scanners; 1 EA High volume scanner; 1 EA Network scanner. See outside link.