Position: Provision of External Audit Services
REPOA is an independent policy research institution established in 1994 to undertake research, capacity building, and policy engagement on various aspects of economic growth and human development. It is one of the leading research organization in Tanzania, and among the top Think Tanks in Sub-Saharan Africa. REPOA believes that evidence-informed policy dialogue and development is necessary for effective planning and designing of interventions for accelerating socioeconomic transformation for inclusive development.
As part of good governance and accountability practice, REPOA will be engaging audit firms to provide external audit services on rotational basis after every six years. As the Annual General Meeting (AGM) appoints auditors on an annual basis, it has the mandate to retain the auditors for the period or to change them before the end of the six-year period. REPOA is hereby inviting competent and experienced Auditing firms registered with the National Board of Accountants and Auditors (NBAA) and qualified to operate in the United Republic of Tanzania to submit the technical and financial proposals for provision of external audit services.
The proposal should include the following:
i) An outline of the proposed audit program,
ii) Experience on similar assignments,
iii) Details of the applicant’s organizational structure including CVs of key staff,
iv) Knowledge and experience of auditing donor-funded projects,
v) Expected audit fee,
vi) Any other relevant information in support of the proposal.
Evaluation of proposals – technical and financial:
The proposals shall be evaluated on the following three main criteria:
a) Experience and reputation of the firm 30%
b) Competency of key personnel 30%
c) Financial proposal 40%
Qualified firms are welcome to apply and should submit application letter along with their technical and financial proposals to the undersigned not later than 02nd August 2019.
Only firms who meet the requirements will be contacted. Those who do not hear from REPOA should consider themselves unsuccessful.