Call for proposals: ICAR external review
We are looking for a qualified external reviewer for our International Centre for Asset Recovery (ICAR) and its operational approach, structure and work plan.
ICAR pursues the mission of supporting and strengthening the capacity of developing and transition partner countries to investigate and prosecute corruption cases with a view to recovering scarcely needed resources and deter future corruption from happening.
The key purpose of the external review is to assess the effective implementation of ICAR"s Operational Strategy 2017-20 and to ascertain the continued relevance of ICAR’s operational approach and organisational structure with a view to informing the development of the next 4-year operational strategy and related donor funding commitments.
The review will include a documentation review, interviews with core donors and representatives from key partner organisations and 2-3 in-country visits in countries where ICAR has an existing programme of work.
- Contracting authority: Basel Institute on Governance
- Tendering entities: Per invitation
- Deadline for Expression of Interest: 30 April 2019
- Review scope: 2017 to mid-2019
- Implementation of review: June 2019 – January 2020
Offers should be submitted in pdf format to: Ms Andrea Poelling, Head of Operations, email@example.com, by no later than 30 April 2019.
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