Kenya Crops and Dairy Market Systems (KCDMS) Activity
Request for Application for Provision of Information Systems Audit Services on the National Horticulture Traceability System (NHTS)
Solicitation Number: NHTS-ISA-HCD/KCDMS-2018
The Kenya Crops and Dairy Market System (KCDMS) Activity, is a component of the USAID funded Feed the Future project implemented by RTI International. The project is working in selected counties in Eastern and Western regions of Kenya to facilitate improved productivity and development of competitive, resilient and sustainable Dairy and Horticulture market systems.
Key among the initiatives include improving access to inputs and services for smallholder dairy and horticulture farmers and promoting strategies that increase Dairy and Horticulture productivity businesses sourcing from smallholder farmers.
The project is doing this by facilitating market driven partnerships that bring together all players to invest in higher productivity, quality improvements and greater supply chain efficiency. This includes facilitating development of systems that open up trade in domestic and international markets.
In 2013, the Horticulture Crops Directorate (HCD) entered into an agreement with the USAID funded Kenya Agriculture Value Chain Enterprises-USAID (KAVES) project to support the development of an online National Horticulture Traceability System (NHTS) with specific objectives.
The RFP for Provision of Information Systems Audit Services on the National Horticulture Traceability System (NHTS), Solicitation Number NHTS-ISA-HCD/KCDMS-2018
Details can be found on the RTI website at www.rti.org/rfp .
Proposals should be submitted electronically by email only to email@example.com with Information Systems Audit Services on the National Horticulture Traceability System (NHTS) subject line reference NHTS-ISA-HCD/KCDMS-2018.
Bidders may submit written questions to firstname.lastname@example.org up until October 24, 2018.
KCDMS will accept proposals until October 30th, 2018 at 5:30 pm local time.
Offerors are responsible for ensuring that their offers are received in accordance with the instructions stated herein.
Late offers will not be considered.