Consultancy to Conduct a Legislative Review of the East African Community Customs and Management Framework
The Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) it was established in 1959 as a private sector body and has evolved into a dynamic, vibrant, credible and respected business membership association that unites industrialists and offers a common voice for businesses.
The East African Community (EAC) Treaty under Article 2 (2) and 5 (2) provides for the establishment the East African Customs Union and a Common Market. The East African Community (EAC) enacted the EAC Customs Management Act 2004 to facilitate the implementation of Customs Matters under the Treaty.
The Act has now been in place for over fourteen years and the EAC has been undertaking a comprehensive review of the EAC Customs Management Act, 2004 and its Regulations.
The Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) seeks to undertake a review the EAC Customs Management Framework with a view of identifying key areas for reform to ensure it achieves the
purpose of the EAC Treaty and enhance the effectiveness of the customs union management. This will in turn support achievement of sustainable economic development in Kenya and at the EAC level.
KAM is therefore seeking for a consultant to undertake a legislative desk review study of the East African Community (EAC) customs framework to inform recommendations to enhance customs
management in Kenya and at the EAC level.
Interested consultants are requested to submit both physically and electronically the following three documents to email@example.com by 30th May 2019 stating “KAM EACMA Legislative Review Study”:
- Technical proposal
- Financial proposal
- Curriculum Vitae and two recommendations (For a firm should contain CVs for all Consultants involved in the Consultancy).
- Certified copy of Certificate of Incorporation
- Certified copy of PIN and VAT Certificate
Kenya Association of Manufacturers
KAM House Mwanzi Road,
Opposite Westgate Mall
P.O Box 30225 -00100
The detailed Terms of Reference can be found on KAM website at www.kam.co.ke
Marginalized groups such as youth, women and persons with disability are encouraged to apply.