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SCOPE OF WORK FOR AUDIT COACH

Engagement of Local Consultant to Support Mentoring Clusters and Provide Technical Guidance on Audit Challenges Related to Public Financial Management

Background:

The purpose of the USAID AGIS: Accountable Governance for Improved Service Delivery project is to increase transparency and accountability in the Government of the Republic of Zambia’s (GRZ) delivery of health and education services. The USAID AGIS project seeks to strengthen the accountability and transparency functions within the Ministry of General Education (MoGE) and Ministry of Health (MoH) to improve health and education outcomes. It is premised on the hypothesis that if targeted government institutions adopt more transparent and accountable practices, service delivery will be more efficient and effective, leading to improved development outcomes. AGIS currently operates in three provinces (Muchinga, Lusaka and Eastern) covering six districts, with the possibility of expanding to more districts. Project activities are implemented in line with the GRZ 7th National Development Plan (NDP) 2016 – 2021, the Zambia Education Sector National Implementation Framework 2011 – 2013 and the Zambia National Health Strategic Plan 2017 –2021.

Objective and Expected Outcomes of Engagement:

At the subnational level, USAID/AGIS hosted a series of public financial management (PFM) trainings for MoGE and MoH staff. As the project moves from theory to practice, USAID/AGIS will establish and lead PFM coaching and mentoring clusters across five thematic areas (procurement & stores, internal audit, internal controls, Human Resources (HR), and PFM for non-finance managers) to help participants transfer PFM knowledge to practice and implementation. The consultant is expected to co-lead the human resources mentoring cluster with USAID/AGIS staff. Using a peer-to-peer model, the clusters will provide a more supportive environment for participants to teach and learn from their peers. Although USAID/AGIS will focus on MoGE staff to form the clusters, USAID/AGIS will invite champions of change from the MoH to share their experiences with PFM systems strengthening. The expected outcomes of this engagement are:

1.) Design Framework for Audit Mentoring Cluster
2.) Develop Content for Audit Mentoring Cluster
3.) Develop Audit Self-Assessment Quiz for Mentees
4.) Provide Structured and On-Demand Audit Coaching
5.) Draft a Summary Report of Process, Opportunities, and Challenges

Note: Due COVID-19, USAID/AGIS activities are primarily conducted remotely via telephone and/or Zoom. In limited instances, in-person meetings do occur and strict COVID-19 protocols are in place, such as mask-wearing, social distancing, frequent hand washing, and sanitization of workspaces. At this time, the USAID/AGIS project is expected to be working remotely until at least March 1, 2021. If and when the USAID/AGIS project resumes in-person activities, the consultant will be expected to conduct project activities in-person as needed.

The consultant is expected to have a stable internet connection. USAID/AGIS will reimburse the consultant for data costs as described in the payment section of this SOW.

Key Tasks and Implementation Strategy:

1. Design Framework for Audit Mentoring Cluster
Working with the Zambia AGIS team, the consultant will develop a set of key topics, schedule, and approach for the roll-out of the mentoring clusters.
2. Develop Content for Audit Mentoring Cluster
Working with the USAID/AGIS team, the consultant will develop the curriculum for audit mentoring cluster series.
3. Develop a Audit Self-Assessment Quiz for Mentees
4. Provide Structured and On-Demand Audit Coaching
Working with USAID/AGIS, the consultant will lead coaching activities following the agreed upon schedule included in the mentoring framework (Task 1) as well as on-demand coaching and technical support for mentees as needed. Tasks may include leading trainings, providing 1:1 coaching, leading peer-to-peer coaching sessions, and other tasks.
5. Draft a Summary Report of Process, Opportunities, and Challenges
Draft a lessons learned report that summarizes the outcomes of the mentoring clusters. USAID/AGIS will work with the consultant to develop a report template at the beginning of the engagement.
7. Lead Audit Training Module During Trainings
Present audit module during trainings and adapt curriculum as needed.

Timeline and Deliverables:

Total Level of Effort required to carry out the activities are 64 engagement days, commencing from 1 December 2020 to 30 September 2021 with detail described below.

Key Tasks and deliverables:

  • Design Framework for Audit Mentoring Cluster. Duration:4 days; Deliverable-Framework for mentoring cluster
  • Develop Content for Audit Mentoring Cluster.Duration:10 days ;Deliverable-Curriculum for mentoring cluster
  • Develop Audit Self-Assessment Quiz for Mentees. Duration:2days; Deliverable-Quiz structure and content
  • Provide Structured and On-Demand Audit Coaching Duration:45days; Deliverable-Co-leadership of audit mentoring cluster for all districts where AGIS operates
  • Draft a Summary Report of Process, Opportunities, and Challenges

Duration: 3days;Deliverable-Report completion

Reporting:

The consultants will be supervised by the Senior Decentralization Advisor to whom s/he will regularly report their work progress and submit his or her relevant reports.

Payment:

Payments will be made based on work milestones and in four installments as follows:

1. 1st installment (20%) Submission and acceptance of framework and content for mentoring cluster
2. 2nd installment (20%) Submission and acceptance of quiz content
3. 3rd installment (40%) Provide Structured and on-Demand Audit Coaching
4. 4th installment (20%) Submission and acceptance of summary report
5. Reimbursable Cost Travel, and Transportation, and data bundles

SCOPE OF WORK FOR INTERNAL CONTROLS COACH

Engagement of Local Consultant to Support Mentoring Clusters and Provide Technical Guidance on Internal Controls Challenges Related to Public Financial Management

Background:

The purpose of the USAID AGIS: Accountable Governance for Improved Service Delivery project is to increase transparency and accountability in the Government of the Republic of Zambia’s (GRZ) delivery of health and education services. The USAID AGIS project seeks to strengthen the accountability and transparency functions within the Ministry of General Education (MoGE) and Ministry of Health (MoH) to improve health and education outcomes. It is premised on the hypothesis that if targeted government institutions adopt more transparent and accountable practices, service delivery will be more efficient and effective, leading to improved development outcomes. AGIS currently operates in three provinces (Muchinga, Lusaka and Eastern) covering six districts, with the possibility of expanding to more districts. Project activities are implemented in line with the GRZ 7th National Development Plan (NDP) 2016 – 2021, the Zambia Education Sector National Implementation Framework 2011 – 2013 and the Zambia National Health Strategic Plan 2017 –2021.

Objective and Expected Outcomes of Engagement:

At the subnational level, USAID/AGIS hosted a series of public financial management (PFM) trainings for MoGE and MoH staff. As the project moves from theory to practice, USAID/AGIS will establish and lead PFM coaching and mentoring clusters across five thematic areas (procurement & stores, internal audit, internal controls, Human Resources (HR), and PFM for non-finance managers) to help participants transfer PFM knowledge to practice and implementation. The consultant is expected to co-lead the human resources mentoring cluster with USAID/AGIS staff. Using a peer-to-peer model, the clusters will provide a more supportive environment for participants to teach and learn from their peers. Although USAID/AGIS will focus on MoGE staff to form the clusters, USAID/AGIS will invite champions of change from the MoH to share their experiences with PFM systems strengthening. The expected outcomes of this engagement are:

1.) Design Framework for Internal Controls Mentoring Cluster
2.) Develop Content for Internal Controls Mentoring Cluster
3.) Develop Internal Controls Self-Assessment Quiz for Mentees
4.) Provide Structured and On-Demand Internal Controls Coaching
5.) Draft a Summary Report of Process, Opportunities, and Challenges

Note: Due COVID-19, USAID/AGIS activities are primarily conducted remotely via telephone and/or Zoom. In limited instances, in-person meetings do occur and strict COVID-19 protocols are in place, such as mask-wearing, social distancing, frequent hand washing, and sanitization of workspaces. At this time, the USAID/AGIS project is expected to be working remotely until at least March 1, 2021. If and when the USAID/AGIS project resumes in-person activities, the consultant will be expected to conduct project activities in-person as needed.

The consultant is expected to have a stable internet connection. USAID/AGIS will reimburse the consultant for data costs as described in the payment section of this SOW.

Key Tasks and Implementation Strategy:

1. Design Framework for Internal Controls Mentoring Cluster
Working with the Zambia AGIS team, the consultant will develop a set of key topics, schedule, and approach for the roll-out of the mentoring clusters.
2. Develop Content for Internal Controls Mentoring Cluster
Working with the USAID/AGIS team, the consultant will develop the curriculum for internal controls mentoring cluster series.
3. Develop an Internal Controls Self-Assessment Quiz for Mentees
4. Provide Structured and On-Demand Internal Controls Coaching
Working with USAID/AGIS, the consultant will lead coaching activities following the agreed upon schedule included in the mentoring framework (Task 1) as well as on-demand coaching and technical support for mentees as needed. Tasks may include leading trainings, providing 1:1 coaching, leading peer-to-peer coaching sessions, and other tasks.
5. Draft a Summary Report of Process, Opportunities, and Challenges
Draft a lessons learned report that summarizes the outcomes of the mentoring clusters. USAID/AGIS will work with the consultant to develop a report template at the beginning of the engagement.
7. Lead Internal Controls Training Module During Trainings
Present internal controls module during trainings and adapt curriculum as needed.

Timeline and Deliverables:

Total Level of Effort required to carry out the activities are 64 engagement days, commencing from 1 December 2020 to 30 September 2021 with detail described below.

  • Design Framework for Internal Controls Mentoring Cluster:4 days Deliverable: Framework for mentoring cluster
  • Develop Content for Internal Controls Mentoring Cluster: 10 days Deliverable: Curriculum for mentoring cluster
  • Develop Internal Controls Self-Assessment Quiz for Mentees:2 days Deliverable: Quiz structure and content
  • Provide Structured and On-Demand Internal Controls Coaching -Duration:45 days Deliverable: Co-leadership of internal controls mentoring cluster for all districts where AGIS operates
  • Draft a Summary Report of Process, Opportunities, and Challenges-Duration: 3 days,

Deliverable: Report completion

Reporting:

The consultants will be supervised by the Senior Decentralization Advisor to whom s/he will regularly report their work progress and submit his or her relevant reports.

Payment:

Payments will be made based on work milestones and in four installments as follows:
1. 1st installment (20%) Submission and acceptance of framework and content for mentoring  cluster
2. 2nd installment (20%) Submission and acceptance of quiz content
3. 3rd installment (40%) Provide structured and on-demand internal controls coaching
4. 4th installment (20%) Submission and acceptance of summary report
5. Reimbursable Cost Travel, and Transportation, and data bundles

SCOPE OF WORK FOR PROCUREMENT COACH

Engagement of Local Consultant to Support Mentoring Clusters and Provide Technical Guidance on Procurement Challenges Related to Public Financial Management

Background:

The purpose of the USAID AGIS: Accountable Governance for Improved Service Delivery project is to increase transparency and accountability in the Government of the Republic of Zambia’s (GRZ) delivery of health and education services. The USAID AGIS project seeks to strengthen the accountability and transparency functions within the Ministry of General Education (MoGE) and Ministry of Health (MoH) to improve health and education outcomes. It is premised on the hypothesis that if targeted government institutions adopt more transparent and accountable practices, service delivery will be more efficient and effective, leading to improved development outcomes. AGIS currently operates in three provinces (Muchinga, Lusaka and Eastern) covering six districts, with the possibility of expanding to more districts. Project activities are implemented in line with the GRZ 7th National Development Plan (NDP) 2016 – 2021, the Zambia Education Sector National Implementation Framework 2011 – 2013 and the Zambia National Health Strategic Plan 2017 –2021.

Objective and Expected Outcomes of Engagement:

At the subnational level, USAID/AGIS hosted a series of public financial management (PFM) trainings for MoGE and MoH staff. As the project moves from theory to practice, USAID/AGIS will establish and lead PFM coaching and mentoring clusters across five thematic areas (procurement & stores, internal audit, internal controls, Human Resources (HR), and PFM for non-finance managers) to help participants transfer PFM knowledge to practice and implementation. The consultant is expected to co-lead the human resources mentoring cluster with USAID/AGIS staff. Using a peer-to-peer model, the clusters will provide a more supportive environment for participants to teach and learn from their peers. Although USAID/AGIS will focus on MoGE staff to form the clusters, USAID/AGIS will invite champions of change from the MoH to share their experiences with PFM systems strengthening. The expected outcomes of this engagement are:

1.) Design Framework for Procurement Mentoring Cluster
2.) Develop Content for Procurement Mentoring Cluster
3.) Develop Procurement Self-Assessment Quiz for Mentees
4.) Provide Structured and On-Demand Procurement Coaching
5.) Draft a Summary Report of Process, Opportunities, and Challenges

Note: Due COVID-19, USAID/AGIS activities are primarily conducted remotely via telephone and/or Zoom. In limited instances, in-person meetings do occur and strict COVID-19 protocols are in place, such as mask-wearing, social distancing, frequent hand washing, and sanitization of workspaces. At this time, the USAID/AGIS project is expected to be working remotely until at least March 1, 2021. If and when the USAID/AGIS project resumes in-person activities, the consultant will be expected to conduct project activities in-person as needed.
The consultant is expected to have a stable internet connection. USAID/AGIS will reimburse the consultant for data costs as described in the payment section of this SOW.

Key Tasks and Implementation Strategy:

1. Design Framework for Procurement Mentoring Cluster
Working with the Zambia AGIS team, the consultant will develop a set of key topics, schedule, and approach for the roll-out of the mentoring clusters.
2. Develop Content for Procurement Mentoring Cluster
Working with the USAID/AGIS team, the consultant will develop the curriculum for procurement mentoring cluster series.
3. Develop a Procurement Self-Assessment Quiz for Mentees
4. Provide Structured and On-Demand Procurement Coaching
Working with USAID/AGIS, the consultant will lead coaching activities following the agreed upon schedule included in the mentoring framework (Task 1) as well as on-demand coaching and technical support for mentees as needed. Tasks may include leading trainings, providing 1:1 coaching, leading peer-to-peer coaching sessions, and other tasks.
5. Draft a Summary Report of Process, Opportunities, and Challenges
Draft a lessons learned report that summarizes the outcomes of the mentoring clusters. USAID/AGIS will work with the consultant to develop a report template at the beginning of the engagement.
7. Lead Procurement Training Module During Trainings
Present procurement module during trainings and adapt curriculum as needed.

Timeline and Deliverables:

Total Level of Effort required to carry out the activities are XX engagement days, commencing from 1 December 2020 to 30 September 2021 with detail described below.

  • Design Framework for Procurement Mentoring Cluster. Duration:4 days; Derivable: Framework for mentoring cluster
  • Develop Content for Procurement Mentoring Cluster. Duration: 10 days; Deliverable: Curriculum for mentoring cluster.
  • Develop Procurement Self-Assessment Quiz for Mentees. Duration 2 days; Deliverable: Quiz structure and content
  • Provide Structured and On-Demand Procurement Coaching. Duration :45days;Deliverable :Co-leadership of procurement mentoring cluster for all districts where AGIS operates
  • Draft a Summary Report of Process, Opportunities, and Challenges. Duration 3 days;

Deliverable: Report completion

Reporting:

The consultants will be supervised by the Senior Decentralization Advisor to whom s/he will regularly report their work progress and submit his or her relevant reports.

Payment:

Payments will be made based on work milestones and in four installments as follows:

1. 1st installment (20%) Submission and acceptance of framework and content for mentoring cluster
2. 2nd installment (20%) Submission and acceptance of quiz content
3. 3rd installment (40%) Provide Structured and on-Demand Procurement Coaching
4. 4th installment (20%) Submission and acceptance of summary report
5. Reimbursable Cost Travel, and Transportation, and data bundles

SCOPE OF WORK FOR HUMAN RESOURCES COACH

Engagement of Local Consultant to Support Mentoring Clusters and Provide Technical Guidance on Humans Resources Challenges Related to Public Financial Management

Background:

The purpose of the USAID AGIS: Accountable Governance for Improved Service Delivery project is to increase transparency and accountability in the Government of the Republic of Zambia’s (GRZ) delivery of health and education services. The USAID AGIS project seeks to strengthen the accountability and transparency functions within the Ministry of General Education (MoGE) and Ministry of Health (MoH) to improve health and education outcomes. It is premised on the hypothesis that if targeted government institutions adopt more transparent and accountable practices, service delivery will be more efficient and effective, leading to improved development outcomes. AGIS currently operates in three provinces (Muchinga, Lusaka and Eastern) covering six districts, with the possibility of expanding to more districts. Project activities are implemented in line with the GRZ 7th National Development Plan (NDP) 2016 – 2021, the Zambia Education Sector National Implementation Framework 2011 – 2013 and the Zambia National Health Strategic Plan 2017 –2021.

Objective and Expected Outcomes of Engagement:

At the subnational level, USAID/AGIS hosted a series of public financial management (PFM) trainings for MoGE and MoH staff. As the project moves from theory to practice, USAID/AGIS will establish and lead PFM coaching and mentoring clusters across five thematic areas (procurement & stores, internal audit, internal controls, Human Resources (HR), and PFM for non-finance managers) to help participants transfer PFM knowledge to practice and implementation. The consultant is expected to co-lead the human resources mentoring cluster with USAID/AGIS staff. Using a peer-to-peer model, the clusters will provide a more supportive environment for participants to teach and learn from their peers. Although USAID/AGIS will focus on MoGE staff to form the clusters, USAID/AGIS will invite champions of change from the MoH to share their experiences with PFM systems strengthening. The expected outcomes of this engagement are:

1.) Design Framework for HR Mentoring Cluster
2.) Develop Content for HR Mentoring Cluster
3.) Develop an HR Self-Assessment Quiz for Mentees
4.) Lead Professional Development Goal-Setting
5.) Provide Structured and On-Demand Human Resource Coaching
6.) Draft a Summary Report of Process, Opportunities, and Challenges

Note: Due COVID-19, USAID/AGIS activities are primarily conducted remotely via telephone and/or Zoom. In limited instances, in-person meetings do occur and strict COVID-19 protocols are in place, such as mask-wearing, social distancing, frequent hand washing, and sanitization of workspaces. At this time, the USAID/AGIS project is expected to be working remotely until at least March 1, 2021. If and when the USAID/AGIS project resumes in-person activities, the consultant will be expected to conduct project activities in-person as needed.
The consultant is expected to have a stable internet connection. USAID/AGIS will reimburse the consultant for data costs as described in the payment section of this SOW.

Key Tasks and Implementation Strategy:

1. Design Framework for HR Mentoring Cluster
Working with the Zambia AGIS team, the consultant will develop a set of key topics, schedule, and approach for the roll-out of the mentoring clusters.
2. Develop Content for HR Mentoring Cluster
Working with the USAID/AGIS team, the consultant will develop the curriculum for an HR mentoring cluster series.
3. Develop an HR Self-Assessment Quiz for Mentees
4. Lead Professional Development Goal Setting
Lead an exercise with mentees to help them develop professional development goals related to improving PFM in the workplace. The goals will link to topics that will be included in a district PFM Accountability Dashboard, that will be developed concurrently with the initiation of the mentoring clusters.
5. Provide Structured and On-Demand Human Resource Coaching
Working with USAID/AGIS, the consultant will lead coaching activities following the agreed upon schedule included in the mentoring framework (Task 1) as well as on-demand coaching and technical support for mentees as needed. Tasks may include leading trainings, providing 1:1 coaching, leading peer-to-peer coaching sessions, and other tasks.
6. Draft a Summary Report of Process, Opportunities, and Challenges
Draft a lessons learned report that summarizes the outcomes of the mentoring clusters. USAID/AGIS will work with the consultant to develop a report template at the beginning of the engagement.
7. Lead HR training module during trainings
Present HR module during trainings and adapt curriculum as needed.

Timeline and Deliverables:

Total Level of Effort required to carry out the activities are 68 engagement days, commencing from 1 December 2020 to 30 September 2021 with detail described below.

  • Design Framework for HR Mentoring Cluster.Duration:4 days; Deliverable: Framework for mentoring cluster
  • Develop Content for HR Mentoring Cluster. Duration:10 days; Deliverable: Curriculum for mentoring cluster
  • Develop an HR Self-Assessment Quiz for Mentees. Duration:2 days; Deliverable: Quiz structure and content
  • Lead Professional Development Goal Setting. Duration:4 days; Deliverable: Goal setting curriculum and hosting sessions
  • Provide Structured and On-Demand Human Resource Coaching. Duration:45 days; Deliverable: Co-leadership of HR mentoring cluster for all districts where AGIS operates
  • Draft a Summary Report of Process, Opportunities, and Challenges. Duration:3 days; Deliverable: Report completion

Reporting:

The consultants will be supervised by the Senior Decentralization Advisor to whom s/he will regularly report their work progress and submit his or her relevant reports.

Payment:

Payments will be made based on work milestones and in four installments as follows:

1. 1st installment (20%) Submission and acceptance of framework and content for mentoring cluster
2. 2nd installment (20%) Submission of quiz content and completion of goal-setting exercise with participants
3. 3rd installment (40%) Provide Structured and On-Demand Human Resource Coaching
4. 4th installment (20%) Submission and acceptance of summary report
5. Reimbursable Cost Travel, and Transportation, and data bundles

SCOPE OF WORK FOR PFM DASHBOARD DESIGNER

Engagement of Local Consultant to Support the Development of a PFM Accountability Dashboard for District Governments

Background:

The purpose of the USAID AGIS: Accountable Governance for Improved Service Delivery project is to increase transparency and accountability in the Government of the Republic of Zambia’s (GRZ) delivery of health and education services. The USAID AGIS project seeks to strengthen the accountability and transparency functions within the Ministry of General Education (MoGE) and Ministry of Health (MoH) to improve health and education outcomes. It is premised on the hypothesis that if targeted government institutions adopt more transparent and accountable practices, service delivery will be more efficient and effective, leading to improved development outcomes. AGIS currently operates in three provinces (Muchinga, Lusaka and Eastern) covering six districts, with the possibility of expanding to more districts. Project activities are implemented in line with the GRZ 7th National Development Plan (NDP) 2016 – 2021, the Zambia Education Sector National Implementation Framework 2011 – 2013 and the Zambia National Health Strategic Plan 2017 –2021.

Objective and Expected Outcomes of Engagement:

Working closely with the USAID/AGIS team, the consultant is expected to lead the development of a PFM accountability dashboard (“the dashboard”) that will empower and organize the District Education Board Secretaries (DEBSs) and the District Health Office (DHO) stakeholders to monitor and track the impact of USAID/AGIS interventions. As part of the USAID/AGIS team, the consultant will work with the DEBS, and the DHO, to identify the most predominant accountability indicators for the PFM process. These indicators will included in the dashboard. The project will also help participants, of mentoring clusters, develop attainable professional goals that may help support improvements in PFM areas that are included in the dashboard. The dashboard will help increase individual (staff) and institutional (district government) ownership of the USAID/AGIS project, while ensuring the sustainability of activities after the project has ended. The consultant is expected to develop the content for the dashboard and incorporate the content into a template and/or software tool that is easily accessible to district governments. The expected outcomes of this engagement include the following:

1.) Develop Dashboard
2.) Pilot the Dashboard in 1-2 districts
3.) Finalize the Dashboard
4. Draft A PFM Accountability Dashboard Guide
5) Provide Dashboard Orientation to Districts

Note: Due COVID-19, USAID/AGIS activities are primarily conducted remotely via telephone and/or Zoom. In limited instances, in-person meetings do occur and strict COVID-19 protocols are in place, such as mask-wearing, social distancing, frequent hand washing, and sanitization of workspaces. At this time, the USAID/AGIS project is expected to be working remotely until at least March 1, 2021. If and when the USAID/AGIS project resumes in-person activities, the consultant will be expected to conduct project activities in-person as needed.

The consultant is expected to have a stable internet connection. USAID/AGIS will reimburse the consultant for data costs as described in the payment section of this SOW.

Key Tasks and Implementation Strategy:

1.) Develop Dashboard
Building from the content already developed by the USAID/AGIS team, including a PFM Education Sector Monitoring Tool, the consultant will develop the dashboard. The consultant will be responsible for developing the content and scoring criteria and for proposing a format for the dashboard.
2.) Pilot the Dashboard in 1-2 districts
The consultant will work with 1-2 districts, determined by the USAID/AGIS team, to test the tool’s functionality and utility. Based on feedback from the districts, the consultant will adapt the
3.) Finalize the Dashboard
Based on feedback during the pilot phase and/or from other stakeholders, the consultant will finalize the Dashboard and submit a complete product to the USAID/AGIS team.
4. Draft A PFM Accountability Dashboard Guide
Draft a brief guide, to be used by district governments, that provides an overview of the dashboard and instructions for its use.
5) Provide Dashboard Orientation to Districts
Working with USAID/AGIS team, co-host sessions on Zoom and/or in person sessions about the dashboard for USAID/AGIS technical working groups (TWG) and government MoGE and MoH staff in all districts where USAID/AGIS operates.

Timeline and Deliverables:

Total Level of Effort required to carry out the activities are 32 engagement days, commencing from 1 December 2020 to 31 May 2021, with detail described below.

  • Develop Dashboard. Duration:10days; Deliverable: Completed dashboard.
  • Pilot the Dashboard in 1-2 districts:Duration:4days; Deliverable: Hosting orientation and feedback sessions with 1-2 districts.
  • Finalize the Dashboard. Duration 8days; Deliverable: Final dashboard submitted and accepted.
  • Draft A PFM Accountability Dashboard Guide. Duration: 5days;Deliverable: Written guidebook submitted and accepted.
  • Provide Dashboard Orientation to Districts Duration:5days;Deliverable: Orientation sessions for all districts where AGIS works

Reporting:

The consultants will be supervised by the Senior Decentralization Advisor to whom s/he will regularly report his or her work progress and submit his or her relevant reports.

Payment:

Payments will be made based on work milestones and in four installments as follows:

1. 1st installment (20%) –
2. 2nd installment (30%) –
3. 3rd installment (20%) –
4. 4th installment (30%) –
5. Reimbursable Cost .Travel, and Transportation, and data bundles. Maximum amount TBD.

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