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									 Engaging With the MDBs:
PID, PAD, Procure in China

                          David W. Fulton
             Director of Business Liaison
    Office of the U.S. Executive Director
                  The World Bank Group
Unprecedented vehicle growth
View from the World Bank’s
       Beijing office
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 • Active Projects in China: $9.2 billion

 • Pipeline Projects in China: $2.5 billion
Identify World Bank-funded Opportunities

 Current Assistance Program Goals

• Integrate China into the world economy
• Reduce poverty, inequality and social
  exclusion
• Manage resource scarcity and environmental
  challenges
• Deepen financial intermediation by
  expanding access to financial services
• Improve public and market institutions
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 Instruments to Achieve Goals



    •Loans for physical investments;
    •Grants for technical assistance; and
    •Non-financial services in the form of
    analytical reports, policy advice,
    workshops and training.
 The MDB Basic Course

 The Project Cycle: PID, PAD, Procure
                                                                                              Project Information Document
                                                1. Country Assistance Strategy                (PID) made publicly available.
                                                       Beginning of the Loan Process


                                                                                             2. Project Identification
                     9. Evaluation                                                         2 Years or Less Before Implementation
                 Following Project Completion



                                                                                                       3. Project Preparation
                                                       The MDB Project Cycle                             1 – 2 Years, Depending on
        8. Project Supervision                         defines how projects are                            Urgency & Complexity
              1 – 7 Years or More
                                                       programmed, identified,
                                                       prepared and approved.
                                                                                                      4. Project Appraisal
             7. Implementation                                                                              3 – 6 Months
                1 – 7 Years or More

   Project Appraisal
 Document (PAD) and
Procurement Plan made               6. Loan Approval
   publicly available.                 and Signing                               5. Loan Negotiations
                                                                                       1 – 2 Months
                                         1 – 2 Weeks

       Bid Opportunity
             Joint activity                                    World Bank activity                       Borrower activity
Identify World Bank-funded Bid Opportunities

Analyzing the Project Cycle
Stage             Type of Opportunity        Buyer               Sources of Information
Concept           Short-term Consulting      World Bank          ESW, PRSP, CAS,
                                                                 Sector Studies,
                                                                 published REI
Identification    Short-term Consulting      World Bank          MOS,
                                                                 Published REI
Preparation       Short-term, Medium-term    Borrowing Country   MOS, PID
                  Consulting Services
Appraisal         Short-term Consulting      World Bank          MOS, PID, published
                                                                 REI
Negotiation &     N/A                        N/A                 GPN
Approval
Implementation    Consulting Services,       Borrowing Country   PID, PAD, GPN, REI,
                  Equipment, Goods & Civil                       SPN, PP
                  Works
Supervision       Short Term Consulting      World Bank          PID, PAD, GPN, REI,
                                                                 SPN, PP
Post Evaluation   Short Term Consulting      World Bank          PID, PAD, GPN, REI,
                                                                 SPN, PP
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Money Flow for Loans
                                 Technical assistance



     The World Bank                   Loan/credit
                                                               Government


                                                                            Money Flow
                                                Money Flow
                  Consultants
                                                              Government Ministry
Sub-suppliers                                                 Implementing Agency
                                                                aka “The Buyer”)
                 Goods & Services
                                               Money Flow


 Sub-suppliers
                                                           Civil Works
                                                        (Bricks & Mortar)        Money Flow
                 Sub-suppliers
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World Bank Project Cycle Documents
   www.worldbank.org/projects
   www.devbusiness.com

   1. PID (Project Information Document) – The first
      publicly available document about a given project is
      the 6-7 page PID, which conceptualizes the project.

   2. Project Appraisal Document (PAD) – The 100+ page
      PAD offers detailed information, including a
      procurement plan for the first 18 months.

   3. Procure – Procurement notices are published locally
      and in UN Development Business.
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The PID PAD Procure Pipeline

                                      Procurement
                                         notice

                                         Procurement
                                            notice

 PID                     Board            Procurement
                      approval and           notice
MOS                   PAD release
                                        Procurement
                                           notice



 PID: Project Information Document   Procurement
                                        notice
 PAD: Project Appraisal Document
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Asia Regional Strategy

     •Review procurement notices and trace them back through the
     process to identify the type of projects that produced opportunities
     for you in the past
     •Identify countries in which the Bank has a project in the pipeline
     (or one that has been recently approved)
     •Target the countries where you already have a presence or a
     strong local partner plus a Bank project in the pipeline
     •Engage with the buyer to educate and influence prior to
     development of tenders related to the project
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Procurement Notice

  China - Demonstration of alternatives to Chlordane and
  Mirex in Termite Control Project
  Deadline June 17, 2009
  P082992

  Anhui invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for the
  supply of the goods in the following packages.

  Name of Goods: In-ground baiting system
  Quantity: 104,060 sets
Identify World Bank-funded Bid Opportunities

Project Appraisal Document – Procurement Plan

  China - Demonstration of alternatives to Chlordane and
  Mirex in Termite Control Project -
  December 2008
  P082992

  3.4 Procurement of baiting systems for Anhui
   - eligible and qualified supplier with lowest price of baiting
  system for termite control. ICB
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Project Information Document

  China - Demonstration of alternatives to Chlordane and
  Mirex in Termite Control Project - $19.2 million
  November 2005
  P082992

  The objective of this component is to replace the existing
  chlordane and mirex-based termite control in the building
  construction sector of the demonstration area with an IPM-
  based bait system and complementary IPM measures.
  The component represents the principal ground-level
  intervention funded by the project.
World Bank Procurement
Procurement Guidelines

         GUIDELINES              GUIDELINES
         PROCUREMENT                SELECTION
             Under                     AND
          IBRD LOANS              EMPLOYMENT
              AND                       OF
          IDA CREDITS             CONSULTANTS
                                        BY
                                  WORLD BANK
                                   BORROWERS




               MAY 2004                MAY 2004
          Revised October 2006    Revised October 2006
World Bank Procurement
International Competitive Bidding (ICB)
   Open to all eligible bidders from all countries
   International advertising of bid opportunities
   World Bank conducts “prior review”
   Standard bidding documents
   Clear evaluation criteria
   Public bid opening
   Prequalification for large contracts
   Payment in foreign or local currencies
   International commercial arbitration
World Bank Procurement
Goods/Works/Services vs. Consulting
       Goods, Works, Services                                    Consulting Services
           Steps in the Bid Process                          Steps in the Selection Process
 General Procurement Notice Advertised                General Procurement Notice Advertised
 Specific Procurement Notice Advertised               Request for Expressions of Interest Advertised
 Bid Preparation:                                     Prequalification & Shortlisting of Firms:
  Goods\Works (not less than 6 wks)                    Only six firms with a wide geographic spread
  Complex Goods\Works (not less than 12 wks)           No more than two from any one country
  Includes Clarification Process and\or Pre-bid        At least, one firm from a developing country
  Conference (Complex Projects)
                                                      Proposal Preparation:
                                                       Normal Assignments (not less than 4 wks)
                                                       Complex Assignments (not more than 3 mos.)
                                                       Includes Clarification Process and\or Pre-bid
                                                       Conference (Complex Projects)
 Bid Submission & Public Bid Opening                  Request for Proposals Released to Shortlisted Firms
 Examination & Evaluation (Blackout w/ Bidders,       Technical Evaluation (Blackout w/ Bidders, except for
 except for Written Bid Clarifications Requested by   Written Bid Clarifications Requested by the Client)
 the Purchaser)
 Post Qualification of Lowest Evaluated Bid           Public Opening of Financial Proposals
 Contract Award                                       Negotiations & Award
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    • Bank-funded procurement: a foreign government
    borrows money from the MDB to buy goods and
    services

    • Corporate procurement: the MDB buys goods
    and services for its own account

    • Investment products: trade finance, investment
    funds, carbon finance

    • Risk mitigation products: political risk insurance
The MDB Basic Course
U.S. Commercial Service Liaison Offices
         The World Bank – Washington, DC
         www.worldbank.org
         David Fulton, David.Fulton@mail.doc.gov
         Tel: (202) 458-0120      Fax: (202) 477-2967

         Asian Development Bank (ADB) – Manila, Philippines
         www.adb.org
         Kenneth Reidbord, Kenneth.Reidbord@mail.doc.gov
         Tel: 011 (63-2) 887-1345          Fax: 011 (63-2) 887-1164

        Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) – Washington, DC
        www.iadb.org
        Americo Tadeu, Americo.Tadeu@mail.doc.gov
        Tel: (202) 623-2598               Fax: (202) 623-2039

         European Bank for Reconstruction & Development (EBRD) – London, UK
         www.ebrd.com
         Sanford Owens, Sanford.Owens@mail.doc.go
         Tel: 011 44 20 7588 8490 Fax: 011 44 20 7588 8443

         African Development Bank (AfDB) – Tunis, Tunisia
         www.afdb.org
         Christel Fredrikson, Christel.Fredrikson@mail.doc.gov
         Tel: 011 216 - 71- 831- 117            Fax: 011 216-71- 830 - 244
         David W. Fulton
    Director of Business Liaison
Office of the U.S. Executive Director
       The World Bank Group
    dfulton@worldbank.org

								
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