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Consultancies at EAC

The EAC frequently engages experts under individual contracts to work on short-term projects as an individual consultant or a consortium. The location of assignments may be at the various EAC Organs or Institutions around the EAC Partner States.

The EAC will occasionally seek a Consultant with a particular area of expertise that provides contract deliverables focusing on analysis, advice and recommendations.

The term ‘Consultant’ includes a wide variety of private and public entities including consulting firms, engineering firms, construction managers, management firms, procurement agents, inspection agents, specialised agencies and other multi-national organisations, investment and merchant banks, universities, research institutions, government agencies, non-governmental organisations (NGOs), and individuals.

The EAC may use Consultants to help in a wide range of activities such as policy advice; institutional reforms; management; engineering services; construction supervision; financial services; procurement services; social and environmental studies.

Bidding Process

The request for bids for Consultancy Services shall whenever appropriate be a Request for Proposals, and shall be a two-stage process.

Terms of Reference (TORs)

TORs shall define clearly the objectives and scope of the assignment, providing background information (including a list of existing relevant studies and basic data) to enable potential Consultants to understand fully the circumstances in which the EAC is seeking these services.


East African Community
EAC Close
Afrika Mashariki Road
P.O. Box 1096
Arusha
United Republic of Tanzania

Tel: +255 (0)27 216 2100
Fax: +255 (0)27 216 2190
Email: eac@eachq.org