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Jamaica-Kingston: EIB - Business continuity & competitive analysis for the Norman Manley International Airport (NMIA)

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Jamaica
   KINGSTON
   Apr 5, 2017
   May 24, 2017
   English

Goods, Works and Services

Business analysis consultancy services  

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INTERNATIONAL INVITATION FOR TENDERS
AIRPORTS AUTHORITY OF JAMAICA (AAJ)

The Airports Authority of Jamaica, (AAJ), (hereinafter referred to as “the Borrower”) has received a loan from the European Investment Bank – EIB (hereinafter referred to as “the Bank”) – towards the cost of the Norman Manley International Airport Project for the Norman Manley International Airport and is the beneficiary of a subsidy which is being utilized to provide technical assistance and studies related to the planned privatization of the airport.

This International Invitation for Tenders relates to:

BUSINESS CONTINUITY & COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS STUDY FOR NORMAN MANLEY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (NMIA)

This contract provides for: The consultants thorough and comprehensive review of air services to provide recommendations that will support the development of NMIA in passenger and cargo services; Determine NMIA’s competitiveness and potential to grow air services; recommend new routes including target markets and air carriers; Determine air cargo potential and possibilities for NMIA, including target markets, products and air carriers; Determine the market potential for NMIA as a hub for passenger and cargo traffic. Recommend market and air carriers and Provide preliminary recommendation on how NMIA can attract transit flights for technical stops.

With regards to the Business Continuity Management Study, the consultant’s thorough and comprehensive review of the Business Continuity Processes will; Identify threats from which NMIA is most at risk and create a risk register. Rank in order of most severe to least severe; Create a qualitative & quantitative risk analysis; Allow NMIA to put in place appropriate measures for risk mitigation; Allow NMIA to protect the interest of stakeholders through strategic partnerships; Design, implement and test a Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery (BC/DR) solution, which will allow NMIA operator to effectively and manage all critical services, in emergency events through command and control measures, including defining a crisis management command structure, a communication plan and review of the existing NMIA’s IT DR plan and allow NMIA to sufficiently recover from all unforeseen disruptions in a timely manner. The Consultant will study the best possible software for aeronautical incident reporting system.

This contract is expected to be implemented from 2017 AUGUST to 2018 FEBRUARY

(Respondents please note that scope and timeline may be extended during award. Bids are being accepted through open tender from which owner will shortlist firms being considered).

The criteria to be used in the tender evaluation in decreasing order of importance are:

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