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Data Analyst (National Consultant)

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United Nations Development Programme

Overview :

Project Title: Using Strategic Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) to Accelerate the Implementation of the Philippine Development Plan (PDP) 2017-2022 (Strategic M&E Project)


The National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Philippine Country Office (“UNDP Philippines”) embarked on a partnership to strengthen the conduct of monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of the country’s milestone programs and projects. Financed by NEDA and implemented with the support of UNDP Philippines, this partnership – the Strategic M&E Project – seeks to strengthen the capacities of NEDA and select government agencies through a host of interventions, one of which is the development and integration of the National Government’s digital platforms and data ecosystems relating to key government programs and projects.

One of the outputs of the Project, under Component 5: strengthening monitoring of the Philippine Development Plan (PDP), is the development of the Programs and Projects Monitoring System (PPMS), which aims to digitally transform the work functions and processes of NEDA’s Monitoring and Evaluation Staff (MES). This project is divided into two workstreams. Workstream 1 is the software development of PPMS based on the current workflows and processes of NEDA MES. The PPMS was successfully deployed in September 2021 and is currently hosted and covered under warranty services by the IT Firm commissioned to develop the system.

As a newly rolled-out system, the PPMS will be starting with a blank dataset. Although the system has been populated with ongoing projects that are being monitored for the year, historical data from previous systems/data sources are not yet accessible and severely limits the year-on-year monitoring and reporting capability of the system.


Given this, the Project is looking for a data analyst to provide augmentation support to the Data Science Firm to be engaged by the Project. Specifically, the data analyst shall support the data profiling and data cleaning activities of the Firm to ensure the completion of the data migration to PPMS within the set timeline.


Description of Responsibilities :

III. Scope of Work


Under the overall guidance of the NEDA Monitoring and Evaluation Staff (MES) Director and the Team Leader, UNDP Institutions and Partnerships Programme, and reporting directly and regularly to the Strategic M&E Project Officer, the data analyst shall support the Firm for the PPMS Phase 2 in its data profiling and standardization activities in preparation for data migration. Specifically, the data analyst shall augment in the ff. activities:


  1. Identification of the list of data sources and data sets required to be assessed for migration.
  2. Analyzing the sources of data available and evaluating its contents for any data quality issues such as formatting, missing, incorrect, and duplicate data that may impact data accuracy and completeness.
  3. Analyzing and documenting the definition, structure, format, computations/formula, relationships, and business rules of data elements.
  4. Mapping the current data sets to the data tables maintained by PPMS. 
  5. Performing data cleansing based on data conversion rules set to standardize content.


Data to be analyzed will be provided by NEDA-MES but majority of the data profiling activities will be performed by the Firm, with support from the data analyst, while MES data owners/focal persons shall provide occasional inputs or clarifications as needed. The table below shows the scope of data migration:

Table 1: Scope of Data Migration

Data Migration Component

Source Repository

Volume/ Frequency of generation

Loans Database

MS Access


Multiple MS Access files may be present for each quarter/year but all files will follow the same template

One MS Access file (approximately 6mb) per quarter containing records from 2003 to 2Q 2022.


Grants Database

MS Excel File


Multiple excel files may be present for each semester but all excel files will follow the same template

One MS Excel file (approximately 5mb) per semester from 2007 to 1st semester of 2022.


Project Records

Various files in MS Word and PDF file format


Multiple files in either PDF or MS Word format might be needed to complete the information needed for one project record


Template of the file may vary based on:

  • Project funding type (ODA or LFP)
  • Template version

Project Profile (approx. 364 KB per file): 1 project profile for completed projects for the period 2009 and prior years, and 1 project profile per quarter for each record from 2010 to 2Q 2022.


Project Evaluation Report (approx. 1.72 MB): at least 1 for each record from 2010 to 2Q 2022

Project Chronology (approx. 56 KB) at least 1 for each record from 2010 to 2Q 2022

One 2Q 2022 report on projects likely to be restructured (approx. 1.32 MB)

One alert mechanisim data call submission (approximately 1 MB) per agency for every quarter from second quarter of 2019 to 2Q 2022.

One alert mechanism processed form (approx. 24 KB) for each record from 2019 to 2Q 2022

One monthly physical and financial report (approx. 868 KB) per record for every month from 2021 to 2Q 2022

At least 6 back-to-office reports per year


1 NB letter (approx. 314 KB) for project records for the period 2009 and prior years, and at least 1 NB letter (approx. 314 KB) for project records from 2010 to 2Q 2022


1 ICC-TB and ICC-CC letter (approx. 314 KB each) for project records for the period 2009 and prior years, and at least 1 ICC-TB and ICC-CC letter (approx. 314 KB each) for project records from 2010 to 2Q 2022.

Other small files (approx. below 1mb each) that may supplement/be used for validation

Workflow Records: Alert Mechanism

MS Excel File


Multiple excel files may be present for each quarter but all excel files will follow the same template

One file (approximately 500 KB) per project for every quarter from second quarter of 2019 to 2Q 2022.



IV. Expected Output and Deliverables

The Data Analyst is expected to accomplish the following individual outputs:


Deliverables/ Outputs

Estimated Duration to Complete

Target Due Dates


Designated person to review and accept the output

Data Profiling Report

50 days

November 30, 2022

Strategic M&E Project Coordinator, in consultation with NEDA MES


Initial cleaned and converted data set and data discrepancy log

50 days

January 30, 2023


100 days




V. Institutional Arrangements

  1. The Consultant shall be under the overall guidance of the NEDA Monitoring and Evaluation Staff (MES) Director and the Team Leader, UNDP Institutions and Partnerships Programme, and reporting directly and regularly to the Strategic M&E Project Officer, with whom all outputs shall be submitted and through whom all communications shall be coursed or copied.
  2. In performing its functions, the Consultants are expected to coordinate, consult, and/or collaborate with the Data Science Firm for PPMS Phase 2 and with NEDA MES technical staff as users of the PPMS
  3. The Consultant shall report progress, provide updates, or raise issues to the Project Officer on a weekly basis.
  4. NEDA and UNDP shall provide comments and provide outputs within ten (10) working days upon receipt of output.
  5. UNDP Philippines shall be entitled to intellectual property and other proprietary rights over all materials that have direct relation to the project.
  6. The Consultant is expected to be accessible to the UNDP Project Officer via phone, mobile, or internet. Failure to do so within reasonable timeline may result to termination of the contract.

VI. Duration of Work

The Consultant will be engaged for 100 days spread from October 17, 2022 to March 17, 2023 unless revised in a mutually agreed upon timetable. Changes in the duration of the contract will be implemented through issuance of a contract amendment.

VII. Duty Station and Resources

  1. The duty station is in Mandaluyong City. The Consultant is not expected to report on a daily basis to the duty station but he/she shall be notified within a reasonable period of time of pertinent meetings where his/her presence is necessary
  2. The Consultant is expected to have his/her own equipment, workstation, and licensed subscriptions to software necessary to deliver the outputs.


VIII. Scope of Price Proposal and Schedule of Payments

The Consultant must send a financial proposal based on an all-inclusive lump-sum amount for the delivery of the outputs below. The total amount quoted shall include all cost components required to deliver the services identified above, including professional daily fees X number of person-days and any other applicable costs (e.g., software and online tool/platform subscriptions) to be incurred by the Consultant in completing the assignment.


Medical/health insurance must be purchased by the Consultant at his/her own expense, and upon award of contract, the Consultant must be ready to submit proof of insurance valid during contract duration.


Payments will be made upon satisfactory completion of the deliverables by target due dates. Outputs will be certified by the Project Coordinator prior to payments.





Target Due Date

Percentage of Fee

Tranche 1

Upon submission and acceptance of Data Profiling Report

December 30, 2022


Tranche 2

Upon submission and acceptance of Initial cleaned and converted data set and data discrepancy log

February 28, 2023








Competencies :

Corporate Competencies

  • Demonstrates integrity by modeling the UN mission, vision, values, and ethical standards
  • Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality, and age sensitivity and adaptability
  • Promotes UNDP’s agenda in meetings

Other Competencies

  • Ability to work in close collaboration with a group of national and international experts, to meet strict deadlines and plan the work according to priorities;
  • Demonstrates capacity to plan, organize, and execute effectively;
  • The initiative, good analytical skills, mature judgment, and ability to work under tight schedule while respecting deadlines achievement, ethics, and honesty;
  • Ability to establish effective working relations in a diverse environment
  • Consistently approaches work with energy and a positive, constructive attitude;
  • Builds strong relationships with internal and external clients;
  • Demonstrated ability to function in a team environment and to deal with a complex multi-stakeholder environment
  • Good ability to use information and communication technologies as tools and resources;

Excellent written communication and presentation/public speaking skills focus on results, ability to interact productively in a teamwork environment.



Qualifications :

The Offers received will be evaluated using a combined scoring method – where technical proposal will be weighted 70 points and combined with the price offer which will be weighted 30 points.  

 The CV will be reviewed using the criteria in the table below. Only offerors who will obtain a minimum of 70% or 49 out of 70 obtainable points will be shortlisted and considered for evaluation of financial proposal. 


Points Obtainable

(70 points)




Bachelor’s Degree in statistics, economics, computer science, information management, engineering, business administration or other relevant degree


(Bachelor’s degree = 14 points; additional 3 points for each additional degree, per analyst)




At least three (3) years data analytics or business data analyst work experience


(At least 3 years work experience = 18 points; Additional year = additional point up to a maximum of 25 points per analyst)


At least one (1) completed work on data governance and migration of similar scope


(At least 1 completed work = 18 points; Additional 3.5 points per additional work, up to a maximum of 25 points per analyst)



Recommended Presentation of Offer

  1. Duly accomplished Offeror’s Letter to UNDP Confirming Interest and Availability for the IC that indicates the all-inclusive lumpsum contract price, supported by a breakdown of costs, as per template provided; If an Offeror is employed by an organization/company/institution, and he/she expects his/her employer to charge a management fee in the process of releasing him/her to UNDP under Reimbursable Loan Agreement (RLA), the Offeror must indicate at this point, and ensure that all such costs are duly incorporated in the financial proposal submitted to UNDP;
  2. Financial Proposal (Annex 2 of Offeror’s Letter to UNDP Confirming Interest and Availability)- use UNDP Template
  3. Portfolio of at least three (3) relevant sample outputs that best demonstrate the candidate’s ability to design, manage, and implement national-level knowledge management and learning activities/events. A hyperlink to the public location of the outputs should ideally be included in the submission.  
  4. Personal CV or P11 Personal History Form, indicating all past experience from similar projects, as well as the contact details (email and telephone number) of the Candidate and at least three (3) professional references;  

Offerors must upload in one (1) file the documents mentioned above.

Templates for a) P11 Personal History Form and b)  Offeror’s Letter to UNDP Confirming Interest and Availability and Financial Proposal (Annex 2) are available through the link below. UNDP General Terms and Conditions for Individual Contractors  are also available:

Incomplete submission of required documents may result in disqualification.

Please see the deadline of submissions above.

Because of the volume of applications UNDP receives, only shortlisted offerors will be notified.

Documents :

Terms of Reference

UNDP, Country Office – PHILIPPINES

Deadline :


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