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Except as expressly set out in the RFPS documents, UNICEF will have no obligation to provide any assistance to the contractor and UNICEF makes no representations as to the availability of any facilities, equipment, materials, systems or licenses which may be helpful or useful for the performance of the work. (...) Any contracts awarded in connection with this RFPS will include the following clause on liquidated damages: #In addition to, and without prejudice to any of the other rights and remedies of UNICEF including, but not limited to, those set out in the UNICEF General Terms and Conditions of _________________________________________________________________________________________ REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR SERVICES Page 13 of 25 LRPS-2021-9166710 _________________________________________________________________________________________ Contract (Services), if the Contractor fails to provide the Services or the Deliverables in accordance with the time schedule set out in the Contract, or if UNICEF determines that the Services or Deliverables do not conform to the requirements of the Contract, UNICEF may claim liquidated damages from the Contractor and, at UNICEF#s option, the Contractor will pay such liquidated damages to UNICEF or UNICEF will deduct such liquidated damages from the Contractor#s invoice(s). (...) The payment or deduction of such liquidated damages will not relieve the Contractor from any of its other obligations or liabilities pursuant to the Contract.# PART V # PROPOSER REPRESENTATIONS 1.
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Score: 994421.9 - https://www.unicef.org/ecuador/media/7271/file
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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: 993763.8 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...2021_final_-_extension_rev.pdf
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Two Samples of previous relevant work undertaken successfully by the contractor. (5 points) # Knowledge and experience in risk profiles pertaining to software development & project management and how they are management. (...) Any LTA-S(s) awarded in connection with this RFPS will include the following clause on liquidated damages: #In addition to, and without prejudice to any of the other rights and remedies of UNICEF including, but not limited to, those set out in the UNICEF General Terms and Conditions of Contract (Services), if the Contractor fails to provide the Services or the Deliverables in accordance with the time schedule set out in the relevant Contract for Services, or if UNICEF determines that the Services or Deliverables do not conform to the requirements of this LTA-S and the relevant Contract for Services, UNICEF may claim liquidated damages from the Contractor and, at UNICEF#s option, the Contractor will pay such liquidated damages to UNICEF or UNICEF will deduct such liquidated damages from the Contractor#s invoice(s). (...) The payment or deduction of such liquidated damages will not relieve the Contractor from any of its other obligations or liabilities pursuant to this LTA-S and the relevant Contract for Services.# PART V # PROPOSER REPRESENTATIONS 1.
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Score: 991687.8 - https://www.unicef.org/jordan/media/9451/file/RFP
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Except as expressly set out in the RFPS documents, UNICEF will have no obligation to provide any assistance to the contractor and UNICEF makes no representations as to the availability of any facilities, equipment, materials, systems or licenses which may be helpful or useful for the performance of the work. (...) Any LTA-S(s) awarded in connection with this RFPS will include the following clause on liquidated damages: #In addition to, and without prejudice to any of the other rights and remedies of UNICEF including, but not limited to, those set out in the UNICEF General Terms and Conditions of Contract (Services), if the Contractor fails to provide the Services or the Deliverables in accordance with the time schedule set out in the relevant Contract for Services, or if UNICEF determines that the Services or Deliverables do not conform to the requirements of this LTA-S and the relevant Contract for Services, UNICEF may claim liquidated damages from the Contractor and, at UNICEF’s option, the Contractor will pay such liquidated damages to UNICEF or UNICEF will deduct such liquidated damages from the Contractor’s invoice(s). (...) The payment or deduction of such liquidated damages will not relieve the Contractor from any of its other obligations or liabilities pursuant to this LTA-S and the relevant Contract for Services.”
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Score: 991450.6 - https://www.unicef.org/serbia/...raphic%20Design%20Services.pdf
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Except as expressly set out in the RFPS documents, UNICEF will have no obligation to provide any assistance to the contractor and UNICEF makes no representations as to the availability of any facilities, equipment, materials, systems or licenses which may be helpful or useful for the performance of the work. If the Proposer requires any facilities, equipment, materials, systems or licenses in order to do the work, this must be explicitly detailed in its Proposal. 2.2 Sub-contractors. Proposers must identify in their Proposal, any products which may be offered by themselves, but originate from another supplier and/or country. (...) Any contracts awarded in connection with this RFPS will include the following clause on liquidated damages: #In addition to, and without prejudice to any of the other rights and remedies of UNICEF including, but not limited to, those set out in the UNICEF General Terms and Conditions of Contract (Services), if the Contractor fails to provide the Services or the Deliverables in accordance with the time schedule set out in the Contract, or if UNICEF determines that the Services or Deliverables do not conform to the requirements of the Contract, UNICEF may claim liquidated damages from the Contractor and, at UNICEF’s option, the Contractor will pay such liquidated damages to UNICEF or UNICEF will deduct such liquidated damages from the Contractor’s invoice(s).
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Score: 991450.6 - https://www.unicef.org/serbia/en/media/18281/file
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Except as expressly set out in the RFPS documents, UNICEF will have no obligation to provide any assistance to the contractor and UNICEF makes no representations as to the availability of any facilities, equipment, materials, systems or licenses which may be helpful or useful for the performance of the work. (...) Any LTA-S(s) awarded in connection with this RFPS will include the following clause on liquidated damages: #In addition to, and without prejudice to any of the other rights and remedies of UNICEF including, but not limited to, those set out in the UNICEF General Terms and Conditions of Contract (Services), if the Contractor fails to provide the Services or the Deliverables in accordance with the time schedule set out in the relevant Contract for Services, or if UNICEF determines that the Services or Deliverables do not conform to the requirements of this LTA-S and the relevant Contract for Services, UNICEF may claim liquidated damages from the Contractor and, at UNICEF’s option, the Contractor will pay such liquidated damages to UNICEF or UNICEF will deduct such liquidated damages from the Contractor’s invoice(s). (...) The payment or deduction of such liquidated damages will not relieve the Contractor from any of its other obligations or liabilities pursuant to this LTA-S and the relevant Contract for Services.”
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Score: 991450.6 - https://www.unicef.org/serbia/...%20and%20Impact%20Analysis.pdf
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Except as expressly set out in the RFPS documents, UNICEF will have no obligation to provide any assistance to the contractor and UNICEF makes no representations as to the availability of any facilities, equipment, materials, systems or licenses which may be helpful or useful for the performance of the work. (...) Any contracts awarded in connection with this RFPS will include the following clause on liquidated damages: "In addition to, and without prejudice to any of the other rights and remedies of UNICEF including, but not limited to, those set out in the UNICEF General Terms and Conditions of Contract (Services), if the Contractor fails to provide the Services or the Deliverables in accordance with the time schedule set out in the Contract, or if UNICEF determines that the Services or Deliverables do not conform to the requirements of the Contract, UNICEF may claim liquidated damages from the Contractor and, at UNICEF's option, the Contractor will pay such liquidated damages to UNICEF or UNICEF will deduct such liquidated damages from the Contractor's invoice(s). (...) The payment or deduction of such liquidated damages will not relieve the Contractor from any of its other obligations or liabilities pursuant to the Contract."
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Score: 991450.6 - https://www.unicef.org/albania...436/file/LRPS-2022-9172912.pdf
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PARTIES The Contract is entered between the UNITED NATIONS INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION, a Specialized Agency of the United Nations, having its headquarters located at Wagramer Strasse 5, A-1220 Vienna, Austria (hereinafter referred to as “UNIDO”), and [NAME OF THE CONTRACTOR], having its principal office located at [Contractor’s address] (hereinafter referred to as the “Contractor”). UNIDO and the Contractor are collectively referred to herein as the “Parties”, and each individually as a “Party”. 2. (...) [extension] Email: [email] Contractor: [Mr/Ms name] [Title] [Contractor’s address] [Organizational unit] [Contractor’s legal name] [Contractor’s address] Tel.: [telephone] Email: [email] page 4 of 4 UNIDO PO No.: [insert]
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Score: 990510.8 - https://www.unido.org/sites/de...20Model%20Purchase%20Order.pdf
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Qualification of Suppliers/Contractors 1. The contracting authority must ascertain whether the supplier/contractor is competent, reliable and capable to fulfil procurement conditions. (...) A charge of an equal amount shall be payable by all suppliers/contractors for covering actual expenses relating to the drawing up and copying of documents and their delivery to the suppliers/contractors. (...) Prohibition of Negotiations with Suppliers/contractors No negotiations shall take place between the contracting authority and a supplier/contractor with respect to the subject of the tender submitted by the supplier/contractor.
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Score: 990350 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...c_e/ltu_e/WTACCLTU45_LEG_5.pdf
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WHEREAS UNDP desires to engage the services of the Individual Contractor on the terms and conditions hereinafter set forth, and: WHEREAS the Individual Contractor is ready and willing to accept this Contract with UNDP on the said terms and conditions, NOW, THEREFORE, the Parties hereby agree as follows: 1. (...) Rights and Obligations of the Individual contractor The rights and obligations of the Individual Contractor are strictly limited to the terms and conditions of this Contract, including its Annexes. (...) Beneficiary The Individual Contractor selects ___________________ as beneficiary of any amounts owed under this Contract in the event of death of the Individual Contractor while performing services hereunder.
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Score: 990201.8 - https://www.undp.org/sites/g/f...dual%20Contract%20Template.pdf
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