Last modified: January 29, 2021

Erratum to the Project Implementation Manual

29/01/2021

The following material errors have been corrected in the latest published version of the Project Implementation Manual – Chapter IV – Procuring Services, Supplies and Works.

In section 4.1-Which Rules apply?, on page 38, the initial text :

For the definition of Service contracts, Supply Contracts and Work contracts, Chapter 5 of the Annex 3 of the PIM – TESIM Guide on Procurement by private project beneficiaries – should be consulted

to be replaced with:

For the definition of Service contracts, Supply Contracts and Work contracts, Chapter 5 of the Annex 2 of the PIM – Procurement Rules for each Partner Country (TESIM Guide on Procurement by private project beneficiaries) – should be consulted.

Project Implementation Manual revision 3 (applicable starting with December 2020) can be downloaded from here


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