Provide a reliable platform and sound evidence to inform practical strategies and action that can enhance and address motivation of public officials in developing countries.
Scope of work
The scope of this project will include:
The selected consultant is expected to:
Ensure the project deliverables as outlined in the project scope, and as further detailed below.
The proposed structure is as follows:
Development of Online Survey Instrument
Advice on administering the survey instrument in Pakistan and Kazakhstan:
Analysing the results and preparing at least three clear, succinct reports:
Supervisor and reporting arrangements
The consultant will report to the project management team (Assistant Country Director, Chief, Development Policy Unit, UNDP Pakistan; Project Manager, Head of the Research Team of the Regional Hub of Civil Service in Astana; Senior Advisor, Global Centre for Public Service Excellence) or their nominees on a regular (minimum fortnightly) basis;
The consultant is required to submit a draft and revised version of the survey instrument to the project management team for feedback (two rounds of comments) who will consult the Project Advisory Group (comprised of academics and experts in the field of motivation in the public sector and other UNDP staff and country representatives). Approval will depend on endorsement of the final version by the Project Advisory Group. Similarly the final reports will be required to undergo a review and endorsement process by the Project Advisory Group.
Work on the project is expected to commence by 15 July 2016 and be completed on or before 15 December 2016. The online survey instrument is to be completed, approved, and ready to be administered by 31 August 2016. Preliminary approved versions of reports are expected to be submitted by 15 October 2016 and final reports by 15 December 2016.
Documents to be included when submitting the proposals
Interested individual consultants must submit the following documents/information to demonstrate their qualifications.
The proposal should include (without being limited by) the following:
Lump sum contracts
The contract price will be a purely professional fee, and is a fixed output-based price, based on the following milestones, regardless of extension of the herein specific duration.
The financial proposal must be all-inclusive and shall take into account various expenses incurred by the consultant/contractor during the contract period (e.g. professional fee, and any other relevant expenses related to the performance of services). The fee should be quoted in US dollar only.
Milestones (and percentage of contract price)
Work may be conducted from the consultant’s location. The appointed consultant should be available for remote (e.g., Skype) discussions during (or close to) the office hours in Singapore, Islamabad, and Astana.
Note: If you request additional information, please write to [email protected]. The team will provide necessary information within due date. However, any delay in providing such information will not be considered a reason for extending the submission date of your proposal. All/any query regarding the submission of the proposal may be sent prior to the deadline at the e-mail/address mentioned above.
For more detailed information please visit UNDP CO website:
Please submit your Technical and Financial proposals to the following address: not later than June 27, 2016 at 1500 hrs. Pakistan standard time.
UNDP Registry, Quotation/Bids/Proposals
United Nations Development Programme
Serena Business Complex, 2nd Floor, Khayaban-e-Suharwardy,
Tel: 051-8355600 Fax: 051-2600254-5
OR by email to [email protected] no later than June 27, 2016 at 1500 hrs. Pakistan standard time. Please put UNDP-IC-2016-151 in the subject line.