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ITEMS FURNISHED BY THE ILO TO THE CONTRACTOR: Where goods and equipment (referred together as “Goods”) are funded or provided by the ILO to the Contractor to support the performance of the Contractor’s obligations under the Contract, the following terms apply: 4.2.1. (...) All expenditures related to the assignment of the Contractor’s Personnel, including allowances, insurance, cost of travel arrangements and local transport will be borne by the Contractor. (...) The Contractor, to the same extent as for its own Personnel, will be liable for a subcontractor and its Personnel who are performing any part of the Contractor’s obligations under the Contract.
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Score: 982326.1 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...enericdocument/wcms_490717.pdf
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Signature: _______________________________ Date: _______________________________ Name & Title: _______________________________ Company: _______________________________ Postal Address: _______________________________ Tel No: _______________________________ Fax No: _______________________________ E-mail Address: _______________________________ Currency of Proposal: _______________________________ Validity of Proposal: _______________________________ Please indicate which of the following Payment Terms are offered by you: 10 Days 3.0%_____15 Days 2.5%_____20 Days 2.0%_____30 Days Net_____Other_____ _________________________________________________________________________________________ REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR SERVICES Page 3 of 42 LRPS-2021-9168725 _________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Item Service Description Quantity Unit Unit Price Price ___________________________________________________________________________________________ 10 Evaluative Assessment of Innovation Path Evaluative Assessment of Innovation Path 1 EA _________________________________________________________________________________________ REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR SERVICES Page 4 of 42 LRPS-2021-9168725 _________________________________________________________________________________________ SPECIAL NOTES Background and Justification: These Terms of Reference (ToR) set out the purpose, objectives, methodology and operational modalities for an institutional contractor to assess innovation work carried out by the UNICEF Country Office in Serbia and inform strategic directions for the current programme cycle. (...) Qualifications/specialized knowledge/experience required to complete the task: Team Composition and Qualifications The assessment will be carried out by a team of two to three consultants (including the Team Leader and at least one national of Serbia), all to be recruited by an institutional contractor, who should have substantive expertise in leading and conducting similar assessments and should not have any conflict of interest with respect to UNICEF.
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Score: 980054 - https://www.unicef.org/serbia/en/media/18146/file
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If organizer of tenders requires from suppliers (contractors) tender bid collateral this request shall be addressed to all suppliers (contractors). (...) Organizer of tenders can require from supplier (contractor) documents indicating its financial and economic state. (...) If due to any valid reasons supplier (contractor) is not able to submit organizer of tenders with such documents economic and financial state of the supplier (contractor) can be confirmed by other documents acceptable for the organizer of tenders. 20.
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Score: 977405.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/ukr_e/WTACCUKR44_LEG_1.pdf
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The solution may be hosted on Sitefinity. The contractor must have experience working within Microsoft Azure portal. (...) Ref: RFP_MediumValue_V.02 2018_20180419 2.2.4.3 Third party Contractors’ Role and Responsibility: previously specified 3rd party role in project 2.2.5 Team Members (indicate relevant members of the team that will also be used for this project) 3.2.4 3. Staffing information 3.1 Number and Geographical distribution of staff 3.1.1 Staff turnover rate for the past three years 3.2 Staff dedicated to the Project 3.2.1 Name and CV of each team member 3.2.2 Structure of the team, and role of each member in the project 3.2.3 Time dedicated to the project 3.2.3 Contingency plans in the event of a vacancy 4.5 4. Proposed sub-contractor arrangements including sub-contractor information (as above for each sub-contractor) 4.12.4 Proposed Solution The proposed solution should be structured according to the key requirements defined in section 3.3., detailing tasks and subtasks to be performed under each key requirement, with methodologies where relevant.
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Score: 976425 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/geti...r-and-community-engagement.pdf
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SUB-CONTRACTING In the event the Contractor requires the services of sub-contractors, the Contractor shall obtain the prior written approval and clearance of UNESCO for all sub-contractors. The approval of UNESCO of a sub- contractor shall not relieve the Contractor of any of its obligations under this Contract. (...) SECURITY The responsibility for the safety and security of the Contractor and its personnel and property, and of UNESCO property in the Contractor’s custody, rests with the Contractor.
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Score: 974751.4 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...ing_programme_in_esd_final.pdf
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The obligation under this provision shall only apply with respect to any given contractor where technology has not been requested by the Enterprise or transferred by that contractor to the Enterprise. 4. (...) (f) "Contractor's net proceeds" means the contractor's gross proceeds less his operating costs and less the recovery of his development costs as set out in subparagraph (j). (...) When these deductions exceed the contractor's development costs the excess shall be added to the contractor's gross proceeds.
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Score: 973902.4 - https://www.un.org/Depts/los/c...ements/texts/unclos/annex3.htm
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The 15th ICLS resolution concerning ICSE-93 simply uses the term “contractors”. In the work to revise ICSE-93, the term “dependent contractors” has been preferred for a number of reasons. (...) Decision table for the identification of independent contractors: Characteristics of Employment Survey, Australia Whether considered to be independent contractor? (...) Whether able to make drawings from employer/ business Result Employees (excluding OMIEs) Yes Yes Yes Independent contractor Yes Yes No Yes Independent contractor Yes Yes No No Yes No Yes Independent contractor Yes No No Independent contractor No Yes No No Yes Independent contractor No No No Owner– managers (OMIEs and OMUEs) Yes Yes Yes Independent contractor Yes Yes No Yes Independent contractor Yes Yes No No Yes No Yes Independent contractor Yes No No Independent contractor No Yes Yes 10 ICLS-Room document 6-[STATI-180801-1]-En.docx Whether considered to be independent contractor?
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Score: 971266.2 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...eetingdocument/wcms_636042.pdf
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In France and Poland, the client and principal contractor are jointly liable for payment to subcontractors who can claim against the client if the contractor fails to pay. (...) In Belgium and Greece, the principal contractor is obliged to pay the wages of workers of subcontractors if the latter fails to do so and in Germany and France principal contractors have to make obligatory checks and reports. (...) An OSH government inspectorate is needed to target major clients and contractors to ensure that they are fulfilling their duties and to provide more rigorous inspection on small sites where less experienced contractors are working alone.
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Score: 970499.6 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_618263.pdf
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Non-cost performance of the contractor is factored into the final profit level. (...) Non-cost performance of the contractor is not factored into the final profit level. (...) Non-cost performance of the contractor is factored into the final profit level.
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Score: 969585.3 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...NECE_ContractTypeCode_D09B.xsd
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The Contractor should handle requests from newspapers to adapt print asset(s) to different sizes. (...) Financial proposal: The Contractor should send a quotation with a value of less than 49,999 USD. The Contractor can specify receiving the payment in different installments.
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Score: 968551.3 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...ign_company_tors-fej_final.pdf
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