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Library borrowers must complete a loan request form for each item borrowed, signing the receipt in the appropriate box when the publication is collected. (...) The borrower is responsible for all library material on loan to him/her until the borrowed material has been returned.   Loan Periods: Borrowed material should be returned on or before the date that it is due.
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Score: 1069732 - https://www.fao.org/library/services/library-loans/fr/
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Library borrowers must complete a loan request form for each item borrowed, signing the receipt in the appropriate box when the publication is collected. (...) The borrower is responsible for all library material on loan to him/her until the borrowed material has been returned.   Loan Periods: Borrowed material should be returned on or before the date that it is due.
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Score: 1069732 - https://www.fao.org/library/services0/library-loans/zh/
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Library borrowers must complete a loan request form for each item borrowed, signing the receipt in the appropriate box when the publication is collected. (...) The borrower is responsible for all library material on loan to him/her until the borrowed material has been returned.   Loan Periods: Borrowed material should be returned on or before the date that it is due.
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Score: 1069732 - https://www.fao.org/library/services0/library-loans/en/
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Library borrowers must complete a loan request form for each item borrowed, signing the receipt in the appropriate box when the publication is collected. (...) The borrower is responsible for all library material on loan to him/her until the borrowed material has been returned.   Loan Periods: Borrowed material should be returned on or before the date that it is due.
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Score: 1069732 - https://www.fao.org/library/services0/library-loans/la/
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Library borrowers must complete a loan request form for each item borrowed, signing the receipt in the appropriate box when the publication is collected. (...) The borrower is responsible for all library material on loan to him/her until the borrowed material has been returned.   Loan Periods: Borrowed material should be returned on or before the date that it is due.
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Score: 1069732 - https://www.fao.org/library/services0/library-loans/ro/
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Library borrowers must complete a loan request form for each item borrowed, signing the receipt in the appropriate box when the publication is collected. (...) The borrower is responsible for all library material on loan to him/her until the borrowed material has been returned.   Loan Periods: Borrowed material should be returned on or before the date that it is due.
Language:English
Score: 1069732 - https://www.fao.org/library/services0/library-loans/ru/
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Library borrowers must complete a loan request form for each item borrowed, signing the receipt in the appropriate box when the publication is collected. (...) The borrower is responsible for all library material on loan to him/her until the borrowed material has been returned.   Loan Periods: Borrowed material should be returned on or before the date that it is due.
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Score: 1069732 - https://www.fao.org/library/servicios/library-loans/es/
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For how long can I borrow books? What happens if I damage or lose a book? (...) Return to questions Who can borrow books from the Library? Only Secretariat staff and Member or Observer delegates can borrow books directly from the Library. (...) Return to questions For how long can I borrow books? As per the Library Circulation Policy (Office(09)/44), books can be borrowed for periods of one month.
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Score: 1064895.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...e/booksp_e/library_e/faq_e.htm
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A total of 6 quarterly payments are to be made by BORROWER to LENDER under this Loan Agreement. Article 3: Cure of Default Upon default, LENDER shall give BORROWER written notice of default. (...) In case BORROWER finds difficulty in curing of default because of difficult financial situations, BORROWER must work for LENDER upon request at a rate of 20,000 (twenty thousands) Kips a day. (...) A total of 4 quarterly payments are to be made by BORROWER to LENDER under this Loan Agreement. Article 3: Cure of Default Upon default, LENDER shall give BORROWER written notice of default.
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Score: 1059195.3 - https://unhabitat.org/sites/de...g%20Prabang%2C%20Lao%20PDR.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - Session 1 - Abeille New - Overview WB Guidelines 1 WTO Symposium on Transparency in Government FIDUCIARY ASPECTS OF QUALITY AND TRANSPARENCY PROCUREMENT Bernard Abeillé October 9, 2002 2 FIDUCIARY ASPECTS OF QUALITY PROCUREMENT OVERVIEW Bank staff have a fiduciary responsibility, mandated by the Articles of Agreement of IBRD and IDA, to ensure that the proceeds of any loan/credit are used only for the purposes for which the loan was granted, with due attention to considerations of economy and efficiency and without regard to political or other non-economic influences or considerations. 3 FIDUCIARY ASPECTS OF QUALITY PROCUREMENT To fulfil this mandate, the Bank has established detailed Guidelines specifically for procurement of goods, works and consulting services Basic principles governing the Bank’s Procurement Policies: the need for economy and efficiency to give all eligible bidders equal opportunity to compete as a development institution, encourage the development of domestic contracting in the Borrowing country the importance of transparency in the procurement process. 4 PROCUREMENT RELATIONSHIPS LOAN/CREDIT AGREEMENT WORLD BANK BORROWER SUPPLIER/ CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION BIDDING DOCUMENTS/CONTRACTS 5 FIDUCIARY ASPECTS OF QUALITY PROCUREMENT The Loan/Credit Agreement governs the legal relationships between the Borrower and the Bank, and the Guidelines are made applicable to procurement of goods and works, and to the selection and employment of consultants for the project as provided in the Agreement The rights and obligations of the Borrower and the providers of goods, works and consulting services are governed by the bidding documents/RFP and by the contracts signed by the Borrower. 6 FIDUCIARY ASPECTS OF QUALITY PROCUREMENT ROLE OF BANK STAFF Maintains strict neutrality and impartiality throughout the process 7 FIDUCIARY ASPECTS OF QUALITY PROCUREMENT Appendix 1 of the Guidelines describe the Bank’s procedures for reviewing procurement decisions made by the borrower/client. The concurrence of the Bank is communicated to the client through letters conveying the Bank’s “no objection” to the Borrower’s decision (no- objection letters ―NOLs). The review of the decision and the issuance of the NOL described in Appendix 1 of the Guidelines constitute the core of the fiduciary function of procurement. Task Team Leaders (TTLs) sign NOLs responding to Borrower’s proposed actions, after a clearance by a Procurement Specialist (PS) or a Procurement Accredited Staff (PAS). 8 FIDUCIARY ASPECTS OF QUALITY PROCUREMENT Ensuring that sound national fiduciary systems are in place Country Procurement Assessment Reports (CPARs) [Sound public procurement policies and practices are among the essential elements of good governance] Jointly by the Bank and the Borrower Findings include Risks Recommendations/Action Plans Procurement Reform 9 FIDUCIARY ASPECTS OF QUALITY PROCUREMENT Capacity Analysis Assessment of management capacities Prior Review thresholds for contracts based on the risk analysis Procurement Arrangements (provisions in Loan Agreements) Based on appraisal, capacity assessments etc., Changes introduced after negotiations require WB approval and internal clearances 10 FIDUCIARY ASPECTS OF QUALITY PROCUREMENT During Implementation, WB: Monitors the quality of procurement by the Borrower through: • Prior Reviews • Post Reviews • Mandatory Reviews • Ex-Post Procurement Reviews • Ex-Post Procurement Audits Reports major deficiencies and proposed remedies Proposes adjustments of the Bank’s procurement supervision plan to reflect improvements or deterioration in Borrower’s performance 11 Transparency in Government Procurement Principles 12 Transparency : Key Principles Effective Advertisement (broad + sufficient time) Public Bid Opening (immediate opening of all financial bids) Well-formulated Bidding Documents Bid Evaluation Criteria (non-discriminatory, disclosed, in monetary terms ……..)
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Score: 1059010.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...p_oct02_session1_abeille_e.pdf
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