The Newton-Paulet strategy aims at providing capacity-enhancement in science and innovation policies in Peru to deliver significant science and innovation outputs by 2021.
Expertise is sought from service providers delivering capacity-building services within the research and innovation sectors.
It is essential to upgrade the skills of Peru's science, technology and innovation (STI) managers in the public and private sector to strengthen their capacity so that they can support all STI management stages and ensure high quality and effective project delivery.
The present capacity building, also known as PDE Phase II, belongs to a training road map that started early in 2018 with PDE Phase I. It aims to strengthen the skills of STI managers in regions directly involved in STI operations to enable them to direct and move forward the territorial industrial agenda.
Participating regions will be the same as those which took part in the 2019 February workshop on governance: Piura, Cajamarca, Moquegua, Cuzco, La Libertad, San Martin, and Tacna.
This Request for Proposals (RFP) asks consultants to support CONCYTEC (Consejo Nacional de Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación Tecnológica) to propose a fit-for-purpose training and toolkit for managers/directors who directly support different areas of economic development. The training and toolkit will enable these managers to direct and move forward the territorial industrial agenda in terms of science, technology and innovation.
How to apply
Please download and read the documents available in Downloads section.
To apply, please:
1. Read the Request for Proposal (RFP) document in full.
2. Complete the form: Annex 2 – Supplier Response.
Please submit all mandatory documentation to UK-PDE@britishcouncil.org by the response deadline, as set out in the Timescales section of the Request for Proposal (RFP) document.
This call has now closed.
If you have any questions, please contact UK-PDE@britishcouncil.org
In your email, please specify that you are enquiring about Peruvian Regions (PDE Phase II).