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1 Discover Global Markets Atlanta, Georgia Opportunities for Partnership with the World Bank Keith Curtis The World Bank Group

2 World Bank PSLO Network

3 International Development Imperative Moral Strategic Economic

4 World Bank Group International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) 1944Loans to middle-income countries International Development Association (IDA) 1960Loans, credits and grants to poorest countries International Finance Corporation (IFC) 1956Equity, debt, and advisory for private businesses Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA) 1988Political risk insurance International Center for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) 1966Investment dispute resolution

5 Mapping for Results

6 South Sudan: Health Care Project

7  World Bank’s newest member nation as of April 2012.  $70 million project to improve South Sudan’s health system by:  expanding the delivery of health services in four states  providing drugs and supplies  building capacity at the Ministry of Health  A U.S. NGO in the Mid-Atlantic states carried out a series of contracts worth more than $5.6 million

8 Vietnam: Power Project

9  Lack of power was a constraint to economic growth  $200 million to develop transmission and distribution system, including:  $176.5 million for system expansion and reinforcement  $22 million for electricity market and system operations modernization$1.5 million for market transition support  private sector also invested another $120 million alongside IDA  Midwest small business carried out a series of contracts worth $12 million to build the power-control center

10 Bangladesh: U.S. Subcontractor

11  $350 million project to mitigate capacity and build capacity at implementing agencies  Three main components:  60 km natural gas pipeline  300 MW peaking power plant with gas turbines  11 km, 230 kV transmission line  Spanish firm was prime contract, but GE as a subcontractor installed the turbines, worth $100 million

12 Togo: IFC Debt & Equity Financing

13 Togo: Debt & Equity Financing  $190 million power project, of which IFC invested $14 million and OPIC invested another $146 million into a U.S. firm  U.S. company developed, constructed, and is now operating a 100 megawatt power plant in Lomé  First substantial foreign investment in Togo in over a decade  Togo’s government now better positioned to leverage the private sector to support the country’s infrastructure needs

14 Current Issues in Procurement

15 U.S. Company Contracts with WB

16 Four Basic Product Lines 1.Bank-funded procurement: a foreign government borrows money from the MDB to buy goods and services 2.Corporate procurement: the MDB buys goods and services for its own account 3.Investment products: trade finance, investment funds, carbon finance 4.Risk mitigation products: political risk insurance

17 1. Country Assistance Strategy Beginning of the Loan Process 1. Country Assistance Strategy Beginning of the Loan Process 2. Project Identification 2 Years or Less Before Implementation 2. Project Identification 2 Years or Less Before Implementation 3. Project Preparation 1 – 2 Years, Depending on Urgency & Complexity 3. Project Preparation 1 – 2 Years, Depending on Urgency & Complexity 4. Project Appraisal 3 – 6 Months 4. Project Appraisal 3 – 6 Months 5. Loan Negotiations 1 – 2 Months 5. Loan Negotiations 1 – 2 Months 6. Loan Approval and Signing 1 – 2 Weeks 6. Loan Approval and Signing 1 – 2 Weeks 8. Project Supervision 1 – 7 Years or More 8. Project Supervision 1 – 7 Years or More 7. Implementation 1 – 7 Years or More 7. Implementation 1 – 7 Years or More 9. Evaluation Following Project Completion 9. Evaluation Following Project Completion World Bank activityJoint activityBorrower activity Bid Opportunity The MDB Project Cycle defines how projects are programmed, identified, prepared and approved. MDB-Funded Procurement Project Information Document (PID) made publicly available. Project Appraisal Document (PAD) and Procurement Plan made publicly available. The Project Cycle: PID, PAD, Procure

18 Consultants Goods & Services Loan/credit Government The World Bank Government Ministry Implementing Agency aka “The Buyer” Government Ministry Implementing Agency aka “The Buyer” Civil Works (Bricks & Mortar) Money Flow for Loans Money Flow Identify World Bank-funded Bid Opportunities Sub-suppliers Technical assistance

19 PID release The PID PAD Procure Pipeline Identify World Bank-funded Bid Opportunities Board approval and PAD release Procurement notice General Procurement Notice PID: Project Information Document PAD: Project Appraisal Document

20 Corporate Procurement – eConsultant2 TitleCountryDeadline Facilitating Access to Finance for Domestic Private Water Providers in Cambodia CambodiaMay 20, 2013 Southeast Europe Tax Program - Process Mapping and Reengineering - Albania AlbaniaMay 22, 2013 https://wbgeconsult2.worldbank.org

21 1.PID (Project Information Document) – The first publicly available document about a given project is the 6-7 page PID, which conceptualizes the project. www.worldbank.org/projects www.worldbank.org/projects 2.Project Appraisal Document (PAD) – The 100+ page PAD offers detailed information, including a procurement plan for the first 18 months. www.worldbank.org/projects www.worldbank.org/projects 3.Procure – Procurement notices are published locally and in UN Development Business. www.devbusiness.com World Bank Project Cycle Documents Identify World Bank-funded Bid Opportunities

22 U.S. Commercial Service Liaison Offices The World Bank – Washington, DC www.worldbank.org Scott Bozek, Scott.Bozek@trade.gov ; Ebozek@worldbank.orgScott.Bozek@trade.govEbozek@worldbank.org Tel: (202) 458-0120 Fax: (202) 477-2967 European Bank for Reconstruction & Development (EBRD) – London, UK www.ebrd.com Mary Boscia, Mary.Boscia@trade.gov@trade.go Tel: 011 44 20 7588 8490 Fax: 011 44 20 7588 8443 Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) – Washington, DC www.iadb.org Barbara White, Barbara.White@trade.gov@trade.gov Tel: (202) 623-3822 Fax: (202) 623-2039 Asian Development Bank (ADB) – Manila, Philippines www.adb.org Peggy Keshishian, Margaret.Keshishian@trade.govMargaret.Keshishian@trade.gov Tel: 011 (63-2) 887-1345 Fax: 011 (63-2) 887-1164 African Development Bank (AfDB) – Tunis, Tunisia www.afdb.orgwww.afdb.org Hanen Ltifi ltifiH@state.gov Tel: 011 216 - 71- 107- 294 Fax: 011 216-71- 107 - 090ltifiH@state.gov The Five Multilateral Development Banks

23 Contact Information Keith Curtis Advisor & Director of Business Liaison Office of the U.S. Executive Director The World Bank Group keith.curtis@trade.gov 202-458-0120 202 596 4592 mobile


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