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Request for Expressions of Interest (Consulting Services– Firms Selection)

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

COUNTRY: Republic of Ghana
Name of Project: eTransform Ghana Project
IDA CREDIT NO.: P144140, IDA5304-GH

ASSIGNMENT TITLE: REVIEW AND UPDATE OF GOVERNMENT ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE AND EGOVERNMENT INTEROPERABILITY FRAMEWORK FOR GHANA

Reference No. eTP/RComp/3.4.1

The Government of the Republic of Ghana has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the eTransform Project and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services.

The consulting services (“the Services”) include assisting GoG to revise and upgrade the design, development, deployment and use of enterprise architecture for better strategies, processes, plans, structures, technologies and systems across the government and to validate existing eGIF documents and help redesign and redevelop an interoperability framework for Ghana that systematically addresses interoperability at the organizational, semantic and technical levels and provide the framework for better strategies, processes, plans, structures, technologies and systems across the government.
A consultancy firm will be required for the review and update of the Ghana Government Enterprise Architecture (GGEA) framework and eGovernment Interoperability Framework (eGIF).

The scope of services will include the following:

Scope of Services for the revision and upgrade of the GGEA
a. Spelling out the business case for the GGEA so that decision makers in government are suitably sensitized about its importance.
b. Reviewing the existing GGEA and incorporating international best practices on Enterprise Architecture. The result of the review should include a clearly defined policy on Enterprise Architecture and guidance on the adoption of Enterprise Architecture by the different MDAs.
c. Using modern modelling tools to describe business processes, data models, infrastructure design, etc.
d. Developing capacity within NITA, in identified institutions of excellence and MDAs to deal with issues relating to Enterprise Architecture.
e. Develop presentation material for dissemination to technology companies, government employees and the wider public on Enterprise Architecture.
f. Review and redefine Enterprise Architecture assessment methodology and a monitoring and evaluation framework for GGEA compliance.

Scope of services for Review & Update of the eGIF
a. Spelling out the business case for interoperability so that high-level decision makers in government are suitably sensitized about its importance.
b. Reviewing the existing eGIF documents prepared for the Government of Ghana and providing inputs on international best practices pertaining to interoperability that are relevant to Ghana. The result of the review should include a clearly defined policy on interoperability, guidance on open and proprietary standards that are widely in use, an approach to legacy integration, meta-data standards, security framework and reusable/common components.
c. Review of international standards and best practices for adoption in the identified interoperability areas.
d. Taking into account privacy, confidentiality, security and data protection issues in so far as these impact on interoperability and offering advice on any legal enactments and regulatory and policy changes that need to be put in place for ensuring compliance with eGIF.
e. Review any existing eGIF implementation plan and updating it for adoption across the public sector. The implementation plan will include a review of existing applications such as GIFMIS in the light of the interoperability framework and determine an action plan for migrating applications to conform to interoperability requirements. The plan will also provide recommendations on the organizational, semantic and technical interoperability across different MDAs.

In the process of designing and developing the framework it is proposed to build adequate capacity within government and in the private sector for dealing with interoperability issues in a comprehensive and competent manner.

The Ministry of Communications now invites eligible consulting firms (“Consultants”) to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. The shortlisting criteria are:

a. demonstrated experience, knowledge and expertise in the design and implementation of interoperability frameworks.
b. proven access to international best practice in the field of Enterprise Architecture and Interoperability.
c. prior experience in the formulation and administration of policies and strategies relating to e-government.
d. wide ranging experience in managing large scale ICT projects in the public sector
e. leadership, communication and presentation abilities demonstrated by past assignments and publications; and
f. The demonstration that the firm has appropriate experts to undertake the assignment.

The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank’s Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers January 2011, revised July 2014 (“Consultant Guidelines”), setting forth the World Bank’s policy on conflict of interest.

Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a sub consultancy to enhance their qualifications.

A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Quality and Cost Based selection method set out in the Consultant Guidelines.

Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours Monday to Friday between 9:00AM and 5:00 PM.

Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the address below (in person, or by mail, or by fax, or by e-mail) by 4:00 PM (local time) January 31, 2019.

Chief Director
Attention: Project Coordinator
eTransform Project
Fifth Floor, Room 39
Ministry of Communications Building
Abdul Diouf Street,
Near Kofi Annan Center of Excellence
Ridge-Accra
Digital Address: GA-079-0539
Email: piu.etransform@moc.gov.gh

Request for Expressions of Interest (Consulting Services– Firms Selection)

Ministry of Communications
 
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
(CONSULTING SERVICES– FIRMS SELECTION)
 
COUNTRY: Republic of Ghana
Name of Project: eTransform Ghana Project
IDA CREDIT NO.: P144140, IDA5304-GH
 
ASSIGNMENT TITLE: GAP ANALYSIS OF LEGAL/REGULATORY FRAMEWORK FOR THE ICT SECTOR AND KEY SERVICE PROVIDERS IN GHANA
 
Reference No. eTP/RComp/1.6.1
 
The Government of the Republic of Ghana has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the eTransform Project, and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services. 
 
The consulting services (“the Services”) include the review of the existing legal and regulatory framework as well as identification of gaps in the various ICT related laws and advising and making recommendations on the development of a comprehensive legislative and regulatory framework for the efficient implementation and operation of electronic transactions in Ghana, taking into consideration international best practice.
The consultancy firm will be expected to provide an overview of current international best practices with regard to developing a legislative and regulatory framework for the operation of electronic transactions as it pertains to the ICT Sector and Key Service Providers and identify gaps and recommend enhancements to the Ghanaian legal and regulatory enabling environment. The review should particularly focus on demand-side issues (such as data protection, privacy, content regulation, cybersecurity, digital ID, consumer protection etc) rather than supply side issues relating to market structure.
 
This assignment is focused on supporting the development and review of a legal, regulatory and policy framework governing the ICT Sector, with reference also to fiscal implications, to ensure they are suitably positioned to facilitate electronic business in government. Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) to be covered by this review include:- 
 
a) Ministry of Communications
b) Data Protection Commission
c) National Communications Authority
d) National Information and Technology Agency
e) Ghana Revenue Authority
f) Registrar Generals’ Department
g) GIFEC
h) Cybersecurity Emergency Response team (CERT)
In addition to the ICT Sector Agencies listed above, the following key MDA service providers (Key Service Providers) are at various stages of implementation of the electronic transformation agenda, namely:
 
a) Ghana Immigration Service
b) Ghana Education Service and 
c) Ghana Health Service 
d) Parliament of Ghana
e) The Judicial Service of Ghana
f) Public Procurement Authority
g) Electoral Commission of Ghana
h) Banking- Electronic payment and related protects
i) Consumer protection 
j) Cybersecurity and National security agencies  
k) Various other MDAs with a presence on the eServices Platform
The Ministry of Communications now invites eligible consulting firms (“Consultants”) to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. The shortlisting criteria are:
 
Knowledge/expertise in the area of preparation and the design of best practice policy and regulatory frameworks electronic transaction.
Knowledge/experience in drafting legal instruments (including bills, regulations etc.) and conducting multi-party stakeholder consultations.
Ability to work effectively with high-ranking national and regional government officials.
Professional experience in supporting the execution of large legal reform related initiatives that have national and regional wide scope.
Previous experience  working on donor funded projects; and 
The demonstration that the firm has appropriate experts to undertake the assignment.
 
The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank’s Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers January 2011, revised July 2014 (“Consultant Guidelines”), setting forth the World Bank’s policy on conflict of interest.  
 
Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a sub consultancy to enhance their qualifications.
 
A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Quality and Cost Based selection method set out in the Consultant Guidelines.
 
Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours Monday to Friday between 9:00AM and 5:00 PM.  
 
Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the address below (in person, or by mail, or by fax, or by e-mail) by 4:00 PM (local time) January 31, 2019.
 
Chief Director
Attention: Project Coordinator 
eTransform Project
Fifth Floor, Room 39
Ministry of Communications Building
Abdul Diouf Street,
Near Kofi Annan Center of Excellence
Ridge-Accra
 

Request for Expressions of Interest Consulting Services for The Recruitment Of 3 Individual Consultants

Ministry of Communications
 
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
CONSULTING SERVICES FOR THE RECRUITMENT OF 3 INDIVIDUAL CONSUTANTS
 
COUNTRY: Republic of Ghana
Name of Project: eTransform Ghana Project (P144140)
IDA CREDIT No.: IDA 5304-GH
 
ASSIGNMENT TITLE: RECRUITMENT OF 3 INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANTS FOR MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS
 
The Government of Ghana has secured funding from the World Bank for the implementation of the e-Transform project. In furtherance of this, the Ministry will apply part of the funding to capacity building by hiring 3 consultants to assist in the implementation of the project.
 
The interventions under eTransform are expected to lead to: more efficient and transparent targeting and use of limited public resources; improved delivery of public and private sector services, especially in rural and underserved areas; trust in payment systems, and enhanced confidence in electronic business and financial transactions.  They would also lead to diversified employment opportunities, and a more integrated and coordinated public sector that is able to make better policies and respond effectively to citizens’ needs using trusted systems and open data.
 
The consulting services (“the Services”) are described below and cover the hiring of the following positions:
 
ICT Legal Specialist
Director (Legal & Operations) for the Data Protection Commission
ICT Applications Specialist
 
1. ICT LEGAL SPECIALIST
(Reference No: eTP/RC/4.1.4)
The ICT Legal Specialist will assist the eTransform Management Team and the MoC in developing and reviewing activities related to relevant legal and regulatory framework to increase the competitiveness of Ghana’s e-economy in line with global best practice. 
 
QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCES
 
a. Academic Qualifications
Bachelor's degree in Law 
Post Graduate Qualification in Law, preferably in ICT/Telecommunication Law or similar.
Qualified to practice as a lawyer in Ghana and in good standing pursuant to the requirements of the Legal Profession Act 1960 (as amended).
b. Experience, Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Requirements
The following are essential:
Minimum 8 years of post-qualification legal experience, which shall include at least 2 years (within the past 5 years) of experience relevant to the essential duties and responsibilities of this assignment.
Excellent written and oral English.
 
In addition, the following is desired:
Practical experience in legislative drafting practices, Parliamentary processes and Constitutional Law in Ghana
Knowledge/experience in drafting legal instruments (including bills, regulations etc.) and conducting multi-party stakeholder consultations
Ability to work effectively with policy specialists and government officials.
Professional experience in supporting the execution of large legal reform related initiatives 
Practical experience instructing and supervising external legal experts. 
 
 
 
2 DPC DIRECTOR - LEGAL & OPERATIONS
(Reference No: - eTP/Comp/1.4.7)
 
The Director (Legal & Operations) is responsible for implementation of the Data Protection Act. The Director (Legal & Operations) is to champion the development, implementation, monitoring and review of the Commission’s regulatory strategy as well as awareness creation programmes. 
 
The Director works with the various departments to ensure that the Commission’s day-to-day operations are conducted in compliance with data protection laws and legal requirements as well as policies. S/he will also oversee all aspects of policy development as well as Standards & Guidelines for the Commission.
 
QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCES
 
Education
a. MBA or MSc in a relevant discipline such as the Management of Information Systems, computer sciences, digital development and/or Law.
b. Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration or similar.
Work Experience
a. Minimum of ten (10) years relevant experience.
b. Qualified member of the Ghana Bar Association.
c. Evidence of operating successfully in a regulatory environment.
d. Evidence of demonstrating resilience and adaptability in taking on challenges in a complex environment.
e. Demonstrated ability to make personal impact and achieve personal credibility.
f. Flexibility, adaptability and resilience under pressure.
 
3 ICT APPLICATIONS SPECIALIST
(Reference No.– eTP/Comp/1.4.11)
 
The National IT agency (NITA) requires a dynamic and results-oriented individual as an ICT Applications Expert to support the implementation of e-Applications under eTransform project, strengthening the capacity of NITA beyond design and development and put in place strong change management procedures for e-applications, and in the automation of government protocols and procedures.
Applicant is expected to undertake the following:
Technical Advisory Support
Providing technical advice to the Ministry of Communications (MoC) on the use of ICT in service delivery and operations across government agencies in Ghana.
Developing and advising on innovative models for developing e-government applications, taking into account recent trends in the ICT industry and updated models for implementation, including with partnerships. The scope of technology innovations include, but is not limited to, clouds, mobile platform, internet, data for development, and analytics. 
Adopting approaches that alleviate the constraints of cost and capacity in developing e-government applications.
Liaising and coordinating with technical experts involved in the development and use of e-government applications across government agencies in Ghana.
 
Design and development
Developing detailed technical specifications and Terms of References (ToRs) for the selection of consultants, vendors, and partners to deploy goods, services, and solutions, as indicated in the e-Transform project.
Putting in place strong change management procedures for e-applications, and in the automation of government protocols and procedures.
Working collaboratively with technical experts, within government and with consulting partners, to develop specifications for cutting-edge technology solutions.
 
Oversight and supervision
Providing technical advice, oversight, and project management support for successful implementation of interventions under eTransform project, including e-Identification System, e-Procurement System, e-Justice System, e-Health Systems, e-Services and e-Payment Systems, e-education System, e-Parliament, e-Immigration and other services, as requested by the Ministry.
Ensuring that the e-applications developed align with the internal processes and procedures of the user agencies and achieve objectives of transforming service delivery.
Providing support for the development of secure electronic transactions in Ghana.
Providing follow-up support for applications developed under the eGhana project, notably the automation of the Ghana Revenue Authority and Registrar General’s Department, the Government Online Services Portal (e-Services) and the Ghana e-Payment Portal projects. 
Providing support for on-going e-Workspace Project (Enterprise Content Management, Document Management Systems, Unified Communications and Collaborative tools) for 102 Government Organizations under the e-Government programme.
Providing support for implementation of document digitization and records management systems for government agencies.
 
Qualification Requirements
Academic Qualifications
A Bachelor and a Master’s Degree in any related discipline
 
Experience
15 or more years of top-quality experience in managing or developing similar ITIL based services. 
Solid understanding of current trends in IT services and payment systems.
Experience in working in or partnering with the private sector and ICT industry.
Experience in setting up customer support services.
 
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Requirements
Good negotiations skills and a passion and enthusiasm for technology, managed services experience and strong managerial skills are key requirements for the position.
Proficient in IT strategy development and implementation and overall IT management practices.
Familiar with World Bank sponsored projects and procedures.
Detail oriented and ability to learn and adapt to new technology quickly and successfully.
Familiar with ICT policy and legal framework of Ghana.
Strong writing of presentation, technical documentation, coaching and training.
Enjoy working with people and solving problem.
Strong project management skills.
 
The Ministry of Communications now invites eligible individual Consultants to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. 
 
Individual Consultants will be selected in accordance with the procedures set out in the World Bank’s Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers, January 2011, (Revised July 2014). Interested individuals may obtain further information at the address below from Monday to Friday between 9:00am and 5:00pm.
 
Expressions of interest may be hand delivered or sent by email to the address below by 4:00 PM (local time) on or before January 18, 2019
 
Chief Director
Attention: Project Coordinator 
eTransform Project
Room 39, Fifth Floor, 
Ministry of Communications Building
Abdul Diouf Street,
Near Kofi Annan ICT Center of Excellence, 
Ridge, Accra
Digital Address: GA-079-0539
 
 

Request for Expressions of Interest Consulting Services for The Recruitment of Individual Consultants

Ministry of Communications
 
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
CONSULTING SERVICES FOR THE RECRUITMENT OF INDIVIDUAL CONSUTANTS
 
COUNTRY: Republic of Ghana
Name of Project: eTransform Ghana Project (P144140)
IDA CREDIT N.: IDA 5304-GH
 
ASSIGNMENT TITLE: RECRUITMENT OF 3 CYBER SECURITY EXPERTS - eTP/COMP/1.3.1a-c
 
The Government of Ghana has secured funding from the World Bank for the implementation of the e-Transform project.
In furtherance of this, the Ministry will apply part of the funding to capacity building by hiring consultants to assist the development of the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC).
 
The interventions under eTransform are expected to lead to: more efficient and transparent targeting and use of limited public resources; improved delivery of public and private sector services, especially in rural and underserved areas; trust in payment systems, and enhanced confidence in electronic business and financial transactions.
The Government of Ghana embarked on an e-government program in 2006 focused on automating all government services. The program has created several information systems that require protection from cybercriminals. From 2016, the government of Ghana has expanded the e-government initiative agenda towards an aggressive digitalization agenda to formalize all sectors of the economy. The Government’s digitalization agenda has led to the Ghana Digital Property Addressing System, the National Identification System (NIS), the Paperless Port System and Mobile Money Financial Interoperability System, among others.
 
Under the theme “Securing Ghana’s Digital Journey”, the Government of Ghana's cyber security agenda is focused on improving cyber security in Ghana by ensure that protection of critical information infrastructure and e-government digital service platforms is institutionalized.
 
Consequently, the Ministry of Communications has set up the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) to coordinate cyber security response in government and with the private sector. The NCSC will serve as a central location where a diverse set of partners involved in cybersecurity and communications protection coordinate and synchronize their efforts. 
 
The consulting services (“the Services”) include the hiring of the following positions:
Cyber Security Specialist
Critical National Information Infrastructure Project (CNIIP) Security Analyst
Incident Management Security Analyst
 
1. CYBER SECURITY SPECIALIST
Reference No. for Cyber Security Specialist - eTP/Comp/1.3.1a
 
This candidate will be responsible for implement the national cyber security strategy and platforms, tools, and services that strengthen resilience at every level of the technology stack and proactively manage risk across the product lifecycle. The successful candidate will support implementation and operations for these capabilities as well as support continuous improvement initiatives aligned to cyber security maturity strategy.
The suitable candidate will work in a capacity as a Cyber Security Specialist to support a cross-functional set of activities and programmes related to cyber security within the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC).
 
The Cyber Security Specialist will be responsible for supporting governance and security efforts in collaboration with the NCSC team and key stakeholders across the cyber security ecosystem in Ghana.
 
QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCES
 
A Educational Background
Master’s or higher degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, Statistics, Cyber Security, or related field from a reputable university.
 
B Experience
A minimum of ten (10) years post-qualification relevant work experience, five (5) years of which must be in a Senior Management position in a reputable institution.
Very Good experience on IT Security Management and technical environment
A very Good knowledge in Cyber security frameworks and standards.
A very good experience in computer security incident handling
Solid understanding of current global trends in Cyber security.
Experience working in or partnering with the private sector and ICT industry.
Experience implementing security and compliance best-practice processes and procedures
 
C Minimum Qualifications 
Relevant Information/Cyber Security Professional Certifications (ex. CISSP, GIAC, MCSE, CEH, CHFI, CISA, CISM, CRISC, etc.
Must have a vast knowledge of information systems security within an organization.
Relevant knowledge in technical and legal aspects of cyber security and data protection required.
Should have knowledge of Critical Information Infrastructure systems and related security issues.
Should have experience in managing a SOC and analytics methodologies, and platforms.
Ability to work unsupervised and in taking responsibility for own actions.
Work precisely according to procedures, rules, and regulations.
A proven track record and professional integrity, confidentiality and ethics in the domain of cyber security a requirement. 
Proactively recognize recurring issues and analyze their causes to reach a solution.
Consistently deliver positive results, following tasks through from start to finish.
Prior experience in working in public sector cyber security development.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Excellent report writing skills.
 
 
2. CNIIP SECURITY ANALYST
Reference No. for CNIIP Security Analyst - eTP/Comp/1.3.1b
 
This position is responsible for setting up the cyber risk management efforts and security measures for the CNII sectors, along with Government Digitalization Initiatives (GDIs) and engaging with the CNII and GDI stakeholders on cyber security measures for these critical sectors.  The successful candidate is expected to build risk awareness culture in the CNII sectors and along their supply chains in order to proactively manage risk across the CNIIs. The successful candidate also will lead implementation and operations for these capabilities as well as support continuous improvement initiatives aligned to cyber security maturity strategy at the CNIIP unit of the NCSC.
The suitable candidate will work in a capacity as the Critical National Information Infrastructure Security Analyst to manage a cross-functional set of activities related to Critical National Information Infrastructure Protection (CNIIP) at the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC).
 
This candidate will help identify and operationalize risk management initiatives and standards that need to be applied to the operating environment among others.
 
QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCES
 
A Educational Background
The candidate should hold a master’s degree in Computer Science/ IT, Information/Cyber Security, Engineering/Physics/Telecommunications or any relevant area or a degree in in the above or related discipline with at least 8 years of experience.
 
B Experience
A minimum of five years’ working experience in information/cyber security field (with master’s degree) and a minimum of 8 years’ experience in the information/cyber security field (candidates with a first degree ONLY) 
Knowledge, background and experience in Industrial Control Systems (ICS/SCADA Systems highly recommended.
Strong technical skills / knowledge in the area of vulnerability risk assessment, technical vulnerability assessment and penetration testing, SIEMs and incident management.
Risk management and incident response covering CNIIs required.
Knowledge of cyber security risks, threats and vulnerabilities.
A proven track record and professional integrity, confidentiality and ethics in the domain of cyber security a requirement. 
 
Experience in implementing risk management and security protocols for CNII sectors recommended. 
Working experience in a security operating center (SOC) is desired.
 
C.  Additional Qualification and Skillsets Required:
Professional certification in any related field such as CISA / ECIH/ CISM/ CHFI/CISSP /GCIA / GCFA / CEH is desired.
Administrative skills e.g. report writing skills.
Research, presentation, analytical and proposal writing skills.
Ability to solve complex problems and lead small teams. 
Monitoring and evaluation skills.
 
 
3. INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SECURITY ANALYST
Reference No. for Incident Management Security Analyst - eTP/Comp/1.3.1c
 
The Incident Management Security Analyst (IMSA) will be responsible for coordinating and supporting incident management across the CERT Ecosystem in Ghana that is within the National CERT and across the Sector CERTs. This position will help identify and implement appropriate analytical and reporting methodologies as part of analytics platforms of the Security Operation Center (SOC) of the NCSC among others.
The suitable candidate to work in the capacity as the Cyber Security Incident Management Security Analyst to manage a cross-functional set of activities related to incident management and management at the National CERT of the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC).
 
QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCES
 
A Educational Background
The candidate should hold a master’s degree in Computer Science/ IT, Information/Cyber Security, Engineering/Physics/Telecommunications or any relevant area or a degree in in the above or related discipline with at least 5 years of experience.
 
B Experience
A minimum of five years’ working experience in information/cyber security field (with master’s degree) and a minimum of 8 years’ experience (with a first degree) 
Strong network background and knowledge of cyber security and incident handling tools
Strong technical skills / knowledge in the area of vulnerability risk assessment, technical vulnerability assessment and penetration testing, SIEMs and incident management.
Broad knowledge and experience in incident response and digital forensics
Knowledge of different operating systems including UNIX, Windows, etc. and relevant programming languages.
Knowledge of cyber security risks, threats and vulnerabilities.
A proven track record and professional integrity, confidentiality and ethics in the domain of cyber security a requirement. 
Experience implementing security and compliance best-practice processes and procedures
Working experience in a security operating center (SOC) is desired.
 
C. Additional Qualification and Skillset Required:
Professional certification in any related field such as CISA / ECIH/ CISM/ CHFI/CISSP /GCIA / GCFA / CEH is desired.
Administrative skills e.g. report writing skills.
Research, presentation, analytical and proposal writing skills.
Ability to solve complex problems and lead small teams.
Monitoring and evaluation skills.
 
The Ministry of Communications now invites eligible individual Consultants to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. 
 
Individual Consultants will be selected in accordance with the procedures set out in the World Bank’s Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers, January 2011, (Revised July 2014). Interested individuals may obtain further information at the address below from Monday to Friday between 9:00am and 5:00pm.
 
Expressions of interest may be hand delivered or sent by email to the address below by 4:00 PM (local time) on or before January 25, 2019
 
Chief Director
Attention: Project Coordinator 
eTransform Project
Room 39, Fifth Floor, 
Ministry of Communications Building
Abdul Diouf Street,
Near Kofi Annan ICT Center of Excellence, 
Ridge, Accra
Digital Address: GA-079-0539
 

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The Ministry of Communications (MoC) is focused on utilizing Telecom/ICTs to improve the efficiency of service delivery with particular attention to rural and underserved communities, digital and financial inclusion, gender parity and opportunities for the youth through the nurturing of new businesses, improving efficiencies of existing businesses, creation of job opportunities, facilitation of ICT-based entrepreneurship and securing our cyber space for the realization of the SDGs.

The Ministry therefore plays a strategic role within the national development agenda.

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