Terms of Reference

CALLING FOR PROPOSALS TO DEVELOP THREE WEBSITES FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES

Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) is the local chapter of the global movement against corruption, committed to promoting good governance and eradicating corruption in Sri Lanka. TISL’s mission is to support the collective effort to eradicate corruption in order to build a future Sri Lanka which is equitable, peaceful, and just.

TISL is seeking the services of individual or an organization to design and develop websites for three selected Local Government Authorities in Sri Lanka. The website should provide basic information about the Local Government Authority and facilitate the implementation of proactive disclosure mechanisms prescribed under the Right to Information Act for government institutions.

The selected service provider should develop a website that meets the following requirements:
• The website must be built to accommodate Sinhala, Tamil, and English platforms.
• The information must be made searchable in all three languages: Sinhala, Tamil, and English.
• The website should allow for narrative descriptions and updates, as well as interactive content (videos, infographics etc.).
• The website should include options for proactive disclosure of information about the Local Government Authority including services, maps, directions, information on operational, institutional, and organizational arms, public service information and lists, online customs forms, resident’s payment processing, registers, and databases in a user-friendly manner.
• The website should be innovative and creative using up-to-date technology.
• The website should be accessible from laptops, mobile phones, tablet devices, and PCs.
• The website should be designed with the WordPress CMS and WordPress compatible Premium Plugins.
• Easy Back-end Access for Editors/Users.

The Proposal should include:
• Description of the website design and how it complies with the above requirements.
• Sample (rough) layouts and designs for the websites.
• Examples of past experiences in developing similar websites.
• Breakdown of the proposed budget and timeline.

Budget and Duration:
• The indicative budget for the website would be Rs. 420,000/- including taxes and the service provider is expected to develop the websites within two months from the time of signing the contract.

Interested parties should send a proposal to careers@tisrilanka.org with the title ‘Website Development – LGAs’ by 26th July 2020.

REQUESTING QUOTATIONS TO CREATE TWO VIDEOS ON TISL’S POLITICALLY EXPOSED PERSONS DATABASE

Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) is the local chapter of the global movement against corruption, committed to promoting good governance and eradicating corruption in Sri Lanka. TISL’s mission is to support the collective effort to eradicate corruption in order to build a future Sri Lanka which is equitable, peaceful, and just.

On 26th November 2019, TISL launched a database with information on Politically Exposed Persons (PEPs) which is Sri Lanka’s first publicly accessible database on Politically Exposed Persons. This database can be accessed at www.peps.lk. According to the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), PEPs can be identified as officials entrusted with prominent public functions with the power to influence important decisions.

TISL is seeking the services of an individual or organization to develop two short videos on the database, details of which are given below:
1. An animated video which will provide the general public with a basic understanding of how to use PEP Database.
• The indicative budget for the video would be Rs. 525,000/- including taxes.

2. An informational video showcasing the nature of information in the database.
• The indicative budget for the video would be Rs. 555,000/- including taxes.

Deliverables expected from the Service Provider/s:
• The videos should be available in three languages (Sinhala, Tamil and English).
• The length of each video should be 30 to 60 seconds.
• The videos should have both a voiceover and subtitles.

Duration:
• The service provider is expected to develop the videos within 3 weeks to one month from the time of signing the contract.

Interested parties can send proposals concerning either/both videos.

If you have any further questions about the deliverables, please contact Ms. Nicole Elias on 0114369781. If interested, please send your proposal/s with a budget breakdown and timeline to careers@tisrilanka.org with the title ‘Videos on PEP Database’ by 26th July 2020.

TERMS OF REFERENCE – Video Production

Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) is the local chapter of the global movement against corruption. TISL’s mission is to support the collective effort to eradicate corruption in order to build a future Sri Lanka which is equitable, peaceful and justice.

TISL as the leading anti-corruption group in the country is the only election monitor in the country with a sole focus on the misuse of public property. Through the Program for the Protection of Public Resources (PPPR), we operate a network of observers at the district and electorate level across the island who monitor election campaigns and shed light on incidents of public property misuse. The program intends to introduce a new online platform called “Ape Salli” to report incidents of misuse of public resources across the country.

TISL is seeking the services of an individual or organization to develop a video highlighting the different types of misuse of public resources which occur during elections and how to use the “Ape Salli” platform to report such incidents. The video should encourage the public to report such incidents and highlight the convenience of using the online platform.

Deliverables expected from the Service Provider:
• A creative video with potential for virality
• Should be available in all three languages (Sinhala, Tamil, English)
• The length of each video should not be longer than 2 minutes.
• The purpose of the video is to educate the general public to identify misuse of public property and how to report it through the “Ape Salli” platform
• The video should have both a voiceover and subtitles.

Budget:
The budget for this video should be under Rs. 450,000.00

Duration:
The service provider is expected to develop the video within 14 days from the time of signing the contract.

Reference Material:
The Ape Salli tool will be based on the Ushahidi platform. You can find out more about Ushahidi here – www.ushahidi.com/about
For more information please contact Chathushika Wijeyesinghe via chathushika@tisrilanka.org or 071 435 7687

Deadline:
Interested parties should send a proposal with a concept, budget breakdown and timeline to tisl@tisrilanka.org by 2 July 2020.