Welcome to the commercial dialogue concerning "management consultancies" for the UNFCCC secretariat.
The UNFCCC secretariat solicits on a regular basis for a variety of management consultants for various projects. It is the desire of the secretariat to establish a multi-source framework agreement for the provision of such services in a number of categories, namely Human Resources, Systems and Control, Organizational development, Business Procedures and Optimization and finally Strategy and Business Development.
The aim of this dialogue is to harvest experience from the market prior to soliciting for the framework agreement in order to optimize the statement of work and ensure that the solicitation provides the desired output.
You are encouraged to comment on any part of the statement of work as well as providing thoughts/feedback on the different categories and criteria. All comments and suggestions will be carefully considered prior to issuing the official solicitation document.
How to participate:
- Log in at www.comdia.com and access the commercial dialogue you wish to participate in;
- Read the material - attached in documents under each focus area/sub-point;
- Submit comments, information or questions related to the focus area.
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About the UNFCCC and the secretariat:
The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate
Change (UNFCCC) is the basis of the intergovernmental negotiating process to
address the global problem of climate change.
That process is serviced by the Climate Change Secretariat (“the
secretariat”). The secretariat supports
the implementation of the Convention and its Kyoto Protocol by a range of
activities, including through substantive and organizational support to
meetings of Governments. In this
context, it organizes major conferences at locations around the world, provides
web-based services to clients in 189 countries and operates various mandated
information systems supporting the Kyoto Protocol mechanisms. The secretariat is institutionally linked to
the United Nations and administered under United Nations Rules and Regulations.
secretariat currently has about 500 staff members working in a variety of
fields, including climate change related topics, intergovernmental negotiation
support, regulatory management, capacity building, standards development,
administration, management, law, logistics, communication and outreach and IT.
Staff come from a wide range of geographical, cultural and functional
backgrounds. The working language of the secretariat is English. The vast majority of staff is located in
Bonn, Germany, with a small number of staff (below 25) located in offices