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Turkey: tender for technical support for enhancement of institutional structure in Directorate General of Railway Regulation

Turkish Central Finance and Contracts Unit (CFCU) launches a tender for  Getting technical support for enhancement of institutional structure in DGRR (Directorate General of Railway Regulation),  with a maximum value of  EUR 2.5 million. The project is part of the National programme for Turkey 2010 under the Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance — transition assistance and institution building component (IPA-I).

The purpose of this contract is to strengthen the institutional, technical and administrative capacity of the Directorate General of Railway Regulation (DGRR), to improve the legislative and institutional harmonisation in the railway sector with the EU ‘acquis’ and to facilitate formation of a competitive, transparent and efficient railway sector by increasing the capacity of the DGRR, which is the railway regulatory body under the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications.

Within the scope of this contract, the contractor will provide technical assistance on:
i) capacity building for establishment of a safe railway transport system;
ii) support to enhancement of regulatory functions of DGRR;
iii) generation of public service contracts;
iv) capacity-building activities for DGRR staff and relevant civil servants in government organisations;
v) preparation of a road map & guidance document to define the role of the DGRR and targets for its contribution to logistics services in Turkey;
vi) promoting the DGRR, informing about its services and visibility of the project.

The deadline for receipt of applications is 31.3.2014 (17:00), local time — Turkey.

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