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ANNEX B_TECHNICAL OFFER [ENTER YOUR COMPANY'S LETTERHEAD] ANNEX B TECHNICAL OFFER FORM Dear Sir/Madam: We, the undersigned, offer to provide the goods and/or services for the Supply, Delivery and Installation of Shatter Resistant Film (SRF) for the UNHCR Sub Offices located in Dnipro and Vinnytsia in accordance with your tender, ITB No. (...) REQUIREMENTS (minimum acceptable specifications) UoM Meets Requirements? Comments / If offer is different from the requirements, Please mention the Brand/model/name of the proposed item Yes No 1 SHATTER RESISTANT FILM (SRF) a Brand and model number Note: Products offered should have similar quality as the “3M” brand. (...) [tick "yes" box if sample was provided during the site visit] b Proof of contracts: Provide a list of at least ten (10) properties of similar projects, supported by contracts/purchase orders [tick "yes" box if list and proof of contracts were submitted together with the technical offer] c Product Certification: Provide a copy of product certification based on acceptable international standards (i.e. blast protection) [tick "yes" box if product certification was submitted together with the technical offer] d Authorized Dealer / Applicator (ADA): Bidders are required to provide documentation showing that the company is an authorized dealer of the manufacturer [tick "yes" box if authorized dealer certification was submitted together with the technical offer] e Quality Control Certificate: The bidder must obtain from the manufacturer a quality control certificate [tick "yes" box if quality control certificate was submitted together with the technical offer] f Delivery Lead-time: In order for UNHCR to have an idea of the expected delivery of the goods, Bidders should indicate how many days it will take for the completion of the installation upon receipt of order confirmation.
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Score: 1680929.7 - https://www.unhcr.org/ua/wp-co...cal-Offer-Form_ITB-22-014.xlsx
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 Page 243 - The Digital Financial Services (DFS) Ecosystem           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 243 - The Digital Financial Services (DFS) Ecosystem P. 243 ITU-T Focus Group Digital Financial Services Ecosystem • Example: Pride Africa, an NGO, started the DrumNet project in 2003 to create an Information and Communication Technology (ICT) platform to help value chain partners (buyers, farmers, agro-dealers, and banks) operate more efficiently. DrumNet was a rules-based platform involving “a fixed price purchase contract offered by a buyer, signed by producers and managed by a master contract establishing the roles, rights, and responsibilities of all chain partners. (...) DrumNet charged fees for these services. 9 Figure 11 – DrumNet process flow Existing and planned capabilities included: • Payment: Collecting payment from buyer and distributing to farmer groups and banks. • Information flow: Providing an SMS system that: a) informed buyers what/when farmers planted, allowed buyers to monitor growing progress and enabled buyers to communicate with farmers; b) continually updated agro-dealers about stocking requirements; c) informed farmers about collection dates and locations. • Control: Allowing supply chain partners to track contract compliance and report/monitor supply chain activities. • Financial risk management: Collecting a 25 per cent line-of-credit deposit from farmers, and facilitating micro-insurance for crops. Value propositions vary: • Farmers: Higher prices (broker disintermediation), fixed price contracts, and access to credit. • Agro-dealers: Visibility into stock requirements, higher sales, and no need to offer credit. • Buyers: Lower prices (broker disintermediation), more predictable supply, greater visibility, and lower cash handling costs. • Banks: New customers and lower cost and risk. 9 Interview with former DrumNet executive in March, 2016. 215     238     239     240     241     242     243     244     245     246     247     248          
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Score: 1674200.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page243.html
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Another major issue has been distribution fraud and chaos, worsened by the appointment of new dealers to ensure geographic coverage. Many problems surfaced, including: the appointment of unqualified agro-dealers such as friends/family; government officials requiring bribes to process agro-dealer redemption requests; and new agro-dealers crowding out traditional agro-dealers. (...) The payments go directly to the agro-dealer or, if sent to the SHF, cannot be used for anything except inputs, at least theoretically. • ISPs can increase the digital liquidity of agro-dealers, which could result in eMoney payments to BoP employees. However, a flawed ISP implementation can worsen liquidity if agro-dealers experience long redemption timeframes. Trader credit (agricultural items) • Concept: SHFs often obtain credit from downstream and upstream partners (e.g., agricultural traders who buy from SHFs and resell to larger buyers).
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Score: 1663727.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page245.html
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The call records established that there was significant telephone traffic between six staff members and one of the tyre dealers, FK. They showed that AW called the tyre dealer FK 138 times during the period; FK, in turn, called AW 126 times. (...) If he had no dealings with the Applicant, the question arises as to why FK made the call. 85. (...) The non-identification of the Applicant by the tyre dealer FK in a physical or photo line-up. e.
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Score: 1592782.1 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2017-057.pdf
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Thus, over the three days of the fair, FFS members were not only able to register in the system, but also to immediately purchase inputs from the participating agro dealers, without having to limit their choice to the offer of just one dealer. (...) As Heinrich Van De Merwe, one of the agro dealers present at the fair, put it: "besides the sales made, it was a great opportunity to establish business relationships. In these days, I closed agreements with two other agro dealers for the supply of products represented by my company in the region."
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Score: 1588268.7 - https://www.fao.org/mozambique...ws/detail-events/en/c/1528054/
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The arrangement was essentially a ‘sweat equity’ deal in which the ICT firm would build the next version platform in exchange for equity. (...) Other than injecting eMoney into agro-dealers, a solution of this nature probably does not create any more liquidity than bulk payments to farmers would. (...) In one version, eligible farmers redeem an e-voucher or equivalent token at agro-dealers and pay the remaining balance; agro-dealers collect their funds by submitting e-vouchers to the subsidizing entity.
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Score: 1586591.4 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page244.html
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Dealers trade currencies with other dealers or with non-dealer customers. (...) A CTT in foreign exchange markets would immediately widen bid-ask spreads, which are the gaps between buying and selling exchange rates offered by dealers. Bid-ask spreads fluctuate all the time, so, of itself, this is not a problem. (...) A CTT of 0.5 basis points, or 0.005 percent, on every foreign exchange transaction in dealer markets, would widen spreads at most by one basis point.
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Score: 1570704.9 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...2_Schmidt_CurrencyTransTax.pdf
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FAO SSA Training Session 7 – Agro-Input Dealers - Handout 4.2 - 1 | Page FAO Standard Seed Security Assessment Agro-Input Dealers (AID) Questionnaire Note a. (...) A number of farmers have indicated to us that they buy their seed from agro-input dealers like you. I would therefore like to request for you time if possible. (...) Yes (1) No (0) FAO SSA Training Session 7 – Agro-Input Dealers - Handout 4.2 - 1 | Page 2.9 Which agro inputs do you deal in?
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Score: 1538668.75 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...-2_KII_-_Agro_Input_dealer.pdf
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It is also based on various national codes and Dealers' Codes (such as the code of the international federation of art and antique dealer associations (Confédération internationale des Négociants d'Oeuvres d'Art, CINOA). (...) The Organization calls on all who receive such offers to exercise the utmost vigilance and ensure careful verification before acting on them. (...) Study on an international code of ethics for dealers in cultural property for the purpose of more effective control of illicit traffic in cultural property .
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Score: 1532456.5 - https://en.unesco.org/fightillicittrafficking/tools
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The secondary market trading in muni bonds occurs with inadequate transparency and so investors often pay too much for bonds Example: Investors cannot observe dealer market and thus cannot know market prices. As a result, an investor submits buy order and broker, broker contacts a dealer who buys it from another dealer. The bond is marked up by the first dealer and then the second and before it gets to investor. (...) INNOVATION • Consolidate municipal government public purpose borrowing needs into large, higher credit rated issuances. • Fewer, larger issuances offer lower underwriting costs. • Larger, homogeneous issues generate greater liquidity.
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Score: 1510436.4 - https://www.un.org/esa/sustdev...egm2007/presentations/dodd.pdf
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