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Website development for redesign of the Transparency International Secretariat website

Application Closing Date - 05 Aug 2018

Job Start Date - As soon as possible

Duration - Until March 2019

Location - Remote with possible travel to Berlin, Germany

BACKGROUND

Transparency International (TI) is the global civil society organisation leading the fight against corruption. Through more than 100 chapters worldwide and an international secretariat in Berlin, Germany, TI raises awareness of the damaging effects of corruption and works with partners in government, business and civil society to develop and implement effective measures to tackle it.

The Transparency International Secretariat (TI-S) in Berlin is seeking a vendor to develop, in collaboration with the TI-S Communications Department, a new external facing website based on TI’s visual identity requirements and communication needs and strategy.

We have identified many aspects of the current website that can be improved such as: design, architecture, navigation, responsiveness, user experience, and content management. Furthermore, the current website does a lot of work that the recently built Anti-Corruption Knowledge Hub is now better placed to do. The current TI-S website runs on Expression Engine 2 (EE2) and uses EZ Publish for its publication content management.

OBJECTIVES

EXPECTED DELIVERABLES AND TIMELINE

Create a website that meets the following technical criteria:

All presentations and reports are to be submitted in English, in electronic form, in accordance with the deadlines stipulated above. The Vendor is responsible for editing and quality control of language. The TI Secretariat retains the sole rights with respect to all distribution, dissemination and publication of the deliverables.

SELECTION CRITERIA

The Vendor should have the following qualifications:

REMUNERATION AND COSTS

The Vendor should provide a detailed breakdown, before any VAT or other charges, of all their estimated costs, including but not limited to; total fee as a lump sum or standard daily or hourly rates, (if applicable) international travel, local transport, accommodation, work materials.

Transparency International e.V. (Secretariat), (TI-S) is registered as a Business Entity in Germany with VAT identification number DE273612486. In order to determine the Value Added Tax (VAT) implications of this tender, we kindly request that the Consultants fill out the VAT Form for Tenders/Vendor Form (instructions inside the form) and submit the completed and duly signed form along with their email application.

The link to the VAT Form for Tenders/Vendor Form is available below.

CONTACT INFORMATION

The application should include the following documents in English:

Please indicate “Website development for redesign of the TI-S website” in the subject line of your email application. Applications should be sent in English by email to Mariana Sosa Cordero at msosacordero@transparency.org by 5 August 2018. 

Please note that only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

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The international fight against corruption needs your expertise, your skills and experience, and your passion for social justice.

From our secretariat in Berlin and in more than 100 national chapters, Transparency International seeks professionals and volunteers with exceptional talent and commitment to join our efforts and make a contribution to a better world.

 

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