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Last update:  March 16, 2018



We are proud to perform divers and fascinating projects such as:

 Comparative study of agreements processes of international development agencies
Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID)

Research of systems and processes of the major international development agencies to identify the contemporary best practices and lessons learnt in the management of agreements processes including practices, systems, technology, organizational structure and human resources for achieving value for money from procurement and grant mechanisms for the delivery of aids funds as well as effectiveness and efficiency of systems for supporting procurement and grant spending processes relative to the size of the agency’s spending programme and profile.

 Strengthening Procurement in the Health System in Zambia Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) 

AXSYN is providing expertise in procurement and supply management to support CIDA, Cooperating Partners and the Ministry of Health (MoH) of Zambia. The underlying objective of this support is to ensure that the MOH has the capacity and systems necessary to play its role in the effective implementation of the National Health Strategic Plan, and that procurement is being undertaken in accordance with all applicable regulations, procedures and best practices. Specifically, the work includes drafting of Standard Procurement Operating Procedures and standard bidding documents as well as training needs assessment and development of procurement capacity plan at MoH headquarters. 

 Support to Procurement Reform
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), Italy

The scope of work centered around organizational reform, decentralization and culture change which included modifying procurement processes to support principles of subsidiarity through greater decentralization and to capture efficiency gains through knowledge exchange, capacity building and improved processes. The work includes assistance with organized “rollout” of revised procurement policy through development of procurement guidelines, comprehensive communication strategy and training programme, including procurement e-learning solution.

 Procurement Specialist Services (Implementation and Capacity Development) for the Education Service Provision Facility
Australian Support for Basic and Secondary Education in PNG 2010-2014 Program

The main goal of the project is to implement the Department of Education (DoE) of Papua New Guinea (PNG) Capacity Development and Implementation Plan in close cooperation with DoE and other stakeholders. The focus is on strengthening the DoE Organization and Structure, including support to improve the public procurement framework at national level on which DoE depends for its procurement. Specifically the activities of the capacity development are centered on operationalizing the central procurement function within the DoE Corporate Services wing, including establishment of a Procurement Division and development of a comprehensive procurement policy, system, procedures and templates in line with the national legal framework and in accordance with the international best practices.

 Development of a Request for Proposal (RFP) Template for National Competitive Bidding (NCB) and International Competitive Bidding (ICB)
Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)

The scope of work includes development of standard bidding documents and User’s Guide for procurement of services using NCB/ ICB methods. This is done based on extensive gathering and review of available documentation on best practices of NCB/ ICB RFP for services, and existing CIDA policy framework on use of ICB and untied aid; research federal government policy and process to ensure consistency in application including Government Contracting Regulations; benchmarking World Bank standards in regards to ICB RFP for services as well as targeted consultation with the Technical Authority at CIDA, Government of Canada departments and external stakeholders.

 Procurement Capacity Building
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), France

The project focused on strengthening organizational capacity in procurement at UNESCO headquarters and in the field by designing a procurement learning programme, including e-Learning component, and developing a stand-alone Procurement Manual.

 Evaluation of the procurement assessment tools
World Bank, USA

 Procurement Country Systems Piloting Program
DFAIT, Canada



Study tour of the Department of Education (DoE) of Papua New Guinea (PNG) to the printer's facilities

Workshop on Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for Ministry of Health (MoH) of Zambia staff.



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