• ISSUE DATE AND TIME: Oct 07,2022 15:00
  • CLOSING DATE AND TIME: Oct 28,2022 17:00

IFC is seeking to engage a vendor who will develop a Digital Land Bank Portal for the Kenya Land Commercialization initiative. The scope of this task will consist of the designing, development, testing, deployment and supporting of a digital land bank portal for the LCI.  In principle, it will be a data-rich repository web portal that will create a seamless experience for access to information on available public land parcels in Kenya for investors looking to develop agricultural land. The designed web portal shall be robust enough to manage data on land parcels available for utilization, provide search and retrieval capabilities for investors, offer options to express interest for queried parcels and capture investor details in the expression of interest. The platform will allow for: acquisition, management, and development of idle land to return the land to good, productive use; A seamless process of access to information for investors. The portal is expected to play a significant role in reducing bureaucracy and ensuring effective investor engagement which is critical to enabling private sector investments within the public sector. High-level functional requirements are provided in Appendix 1 of this Scope of Work (SOW).

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A copy of the solicitation will be sent to organizations that have replied to and are eligible to receive this advertisement. All requests and questions regarding this solicitation shall be directed to the following designated Corporate Procurement Category Manager(s):

Emmanuel Maliganya,


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