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Investing in Infrastructure (3i), a programme funded by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Department (DFAT), has been actively assisting the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC) over the last 6 years to address the infrastructure gap in Cambodia. This is by facilitating increased private involvement in sectors that have generally been underserved, for example, to resolve under-investment in water supply provision in peri-urban communities and renewable energy development.

3i now seeks to address the pressing concerns of sustainable urban development in Cambodia, through encouraging private sector participation in application of smart city knowhow. 3i is working with the Government of Preah Sihanouk (GPS) to deliver its vision of making its provincial capital, the city of Sihanoukville (the “City”), a smart, inclusive and sustainable city.

3i’s efforts will define the framework for responding to digital aspects of Sihanoukville’s infrastructure development priorities, and lay out the governance framework, digital infrastructure design (including enterprise architecture, interoperability and data governance strategy), and partnership strategy to successfully incentivise private investment in smart city capabilities. In doing so, the aim is to lay the technical foundations for the City’s future smart city development.

As engagement with the private sector on such issues is new for GPS, an important feature of our approach is also to design and facilitate a bankable pilot investment project, to demonstrate appropriate means of private participation in the investment needed. This pilot project will focus on design and implementation of a dynamic smart parking platform for Sihanoukville through a public-private partnership (PPP) based commercial model with a suitable operator.

3i now seeks to engage a consulting firm (“The Consultant”) to undertake development of both Components outlined in the Invitation to Tender (ITT) document. The Consultant will be free to determine its own team configuration for the project, however a minimum of two key experts are expected to cover the roles of Team Leader and Smart Parking Component Leader.

Time is of the essence, and work on both Components will need to be undertaken in parallel, with the aim that desired outputs from the ToR (located in Schedule 6 of the ITT) are delivered by no later than end-January 2022.

If you have any questions about the tendering procedure or the information provided, please email us at

Your tender must be electronically delivered to the email address by no later than the 30th of September 2021 at 1700 Cambodia time (GMT +7).

Details: Cambodia
Closing Date: 30th September 2021


Invitation to Tender (ITT) Code #249.
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