Q: Does Tatweer project follow up on the implementation of services?
A: A Tatweer Project Manager (PM) is assigned to each client from the
assessment stage until the successful completion of all services. The PM is
also directly involved with the service provider to ensure proper
Q: On what basis are service providers selected?
A: All services procured by Tatweer follow USAID and Tatweer-mandated
procurement procedures, based on the principle of equal opportunity, which
requires a detailed scope of work to be submitted to the service provider.
Tatweer issues a “Request for Proposal” to three or more service providers
based on a computerized system of selection. Final selection of the service
provider, by a committee, is based on technical qualifications and value
Q: What does Tatweer's project require from the service provider?
A: Service providers applying to Tatweer should:
be a registered entity
provide a client reference list
demonstrate professional capacity in
area of specialization
freelancers should submit references
*Applications can be found and submitted
Q: How are service providers paid in cost-sharing situations?
A: Tatweer project contracts the service provider. The client pays its
share to Tatweer upon signing the Service Agreement. Tatweer pays the full
amount directly to the service provider upon submission of original and
stamped documentation verifying satisfactory completion of the service.
Q: Who has access to client information, and will it remain confidential?
A: Tatweer project guarantees applicants in writing that all information
provided is for assessment purposes only. Information received is
proprietary to Tatweer project and no other persons outside the organization
have access to it, including service providers. Furthermore, all Tatweer
employees are required to sign a Confidentiality Agreement and a Conflict of
Interest Agreement. The breach of either is grounds for dismissal.