[New] Contract Face Sheets and Terms and Conditions A new set of consolidated and simplified business contract templates for the procurement of goods and services was provided for the following four categories: 1. Contract face sheet (goods and/or services) for goods/services for/intended for UNDP; 2. Contract face sheet (goods and/or services) for goods/services intended/intended for United Nations entities (if UNDP purchases services/goods and signs the contract on behalf of another United Nations entity); 3. General terms and conditions (for goods and/or services); and 4. General terms and conditions of de minimis contracts (Services only). The new models have replaced the professional services contract, institutional contracts and long-term agreements (LTAs), but do not replace the individual contract, orders or construction contracts. LTATs are now integrated into the contract face sheet. The quality assurance policy and procedures for health care products have been added to the Purchasing section of the CP. This new chapter is available in the action area Innovation, CSO Engagement and Electronic Tenders. It is designed to ensure the safety of all health products purchased by UNDP in accordance with international best practices. Due to UNDP`s detailed requirements for quality assurance in the health sector, the guideline is a key document for all parties involved in procurement activities across UNDP, as well as for national partners, suppliers and donors. COs may have a daily IC fee of up to $1,350 (over $1,350, RR approval is required with notification to the Office Manager).
Candidates will be assessed on the basis of the qualifications, experience and required skills mentioned above and on the basis of the technical assessment criteria set out below. Candidates will be assessed on the basis of the cumulative assessment. When using this weighted valuation method, the contract is awarded to the individual consultant whose bid has been evaluated and determined to the extent possible: the construction guidelines and accompanying guidelines have been updated to reflect the fact that resident representatives have the right to approve project documents with work up to the standard delegation of the contracting authority. In addition, the application for approval or delegation template for the project document, which includes construction work (POPP-11-3360), has been linked to section 23 of the Directive […].