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Posted: 04 Aug 2017 07:59
Deadline: 17 Aug 2017
Category: Customer Support
Location: Asia , Armenia , Агарак (Аштаракский район)
Experience: From 12 year(s)
Employer: International Organization for Migration
About Company: OM, or as it was first known, the Provisional Intergovernmental Committee for the Movement of Migrants from Europe (PICMME), was born in 1951 out of the chaos and displacement of Western Europe following the Second World War. Mandated to help European governments to identify resettlement countries for the estimated 11 million people uprooted by the war, it arranged transport for nearly a million migrants during the 1950s. A succession of name changes from PICMME to the Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration (ICEM) in 1952, to the Intergovernmental Committee for Migration (ICM) in 1980 to the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in 1989, reflects the organization's transition over half a century from logistics agency to migration agency. While IOM's history tracks the man-made and natural disasters of the past half century - Hungary 1956, Czechoslovakia 1968, Chile 1973, the Vietnamese Boat People 1975, Kuwait 1990, Kosovo and Timor 1999, and the Asian tsunami and Pakistan earthquake of 2004/2005 - its credo that humane and orderly migration benefits migrants and society has steadily gained international acceptance. From its roots as an operational logistics agency, it has broadened its scope to become the leading international agency working with governments and civil society to advance the understanding of migration issues, encourage social and economic development through migration, and uphold the human dignity and well-being of migrants. The broader scope of activities has been matched by rapid expansion from a relatively small agency into one with an annual operating budget of an estimated $1.4 billion and some 9,000 staff working in over 150 countries worldwide. IOM currently has 165 Member States and a further 8 states holding Observer status. As "The Migration Agency" IOM has become the point of reference in the heated global debate on the social, economic and political implications of migration in the 21st century.
Contact name: md
At least 12 years of government or private sector project management experience in implementing and managing electronic machine-readable travel documents (MRTD), including electronic MRTD (eMRTD) issuance systems, and related areas of identity and border management. Demonstrated ability to guide and supervise MRTD implementation tenders, including those with a biometric component. Excellent up-to-date knowledge of the international regulatory framework related to traveller identification management, including relevant ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices, technical specifications and other Guidance Material (including Annex 9 Facilitation, Document 9303 and the ICAO TRIP Strategy). Demonstrated ability to manage quality and ensure ICAO compliance in previous MRTD tender projects. Sound experience in all phases of MRTD tender projects, including demonstrated ability to develop tender specifications and perform bid evaluation. Familiarity with the concession model in passport issuance systems and outsourcing practices. Good practical knowledge of PKI and the ICAO Public Key Directory (PKD).
Conduct a rapid assessment of Armenia's overall identification and travel document management capacity with a particular focus on challenges and opportunities related to electronic passport (ePassport) / electronic ID (eID) issuance, the national Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and integrated population register. The assessment will be informed by observation, interviews with relevant stakeholders and desk review and analysis of relevant documentation. Particular attention will be paid to any gender-related considerations. The assessment will articulate overall vision for robust identity management in Armenia, focusing on providing recommendations to address needs and options related to the future ePassport /eID. In particular, the assessment will explore and articulate options and scope for a concession as a business model ((BOT - build-operate-transfer) for the implementation of the new ePassport /eID and any related outsourcing considerations. Carry out a Round Table Workshop for relevant government agencies to validate the assessment and recommendations, including any gender-specific ones, and fine tune the national identity management vision and recommendations for the new ePassport/eID. Develop technical specifications for a tender dossier for the new ePassport/e ID with particular focus on compliance with relevant ICAO specifications and ISO standards. This work item also includes (i) developing transparent evaluation criteria for bidders' evaluation and selection and (ii) reviewing a draft procurement contract or legal terms and conditions to be used in the contract which is included in the tender document with focus on ICAO compliance and business continuity. Support the Armenian authorities with launching the tender for the new ePassport as may be needed.
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