18 July 2017

Headquarters Locations: United States of America

If you are a committed, creative professional and are passionate about making a lasting difference for children, the world's leading children's rights organization would like to hear from you.

Enterprise Content Management (ECM) project’s goal is to take a systemic approach that introduces and institutionalizes Electronic Content Management (including systems, policies, procedures, standards, guidance, and governance), providing improved search functionality, document and records management, archives management, content management, content reuse and repurposing, and collaboration across UNICEF. As additional benefit it seeks to reduce risks, improve usability of tools, provide significant savings, enable new organizational capabilities and comply with several audit recommendations. These goals will be implemented in keeping with the organizational strategy and information management requirements of stakeholders in various business areas.

Purpose of the Contract

UNICEF requires expert review, from a well-qualified and deeply experienced specialist in digital preservation, to validate two draft requirements documents and two corresponding sets of user stories. The first requirements document is for an Archive Management System (AMS) and the second is for a Trusted Digital Repository (TDR).

The review should ensure that the requirements documents for these two systems:

  1. Succinctly and accurately reflect UNICEF business needs for archives management and digital preservation, and;
  2. Appropriately reflect any relevant international standards.

The selected consultant will also provide debriefs to the Business Analyst leading requirements development, and to the larger team working to implement the project (refer to detailed outline of deliverables below).

After the review and any required revisions, and the close of this consultancy, UNICEF will proceed to acquire these systems through open bids.


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