Request for Quotation Production of E-Learning Videos for the Anti-Corruption Academy, USAID CEGAH, JAKARTA, INDONESIA

Request for Quotation

Production of E-Learning Videos for the Anti-Corruption Academy, USAID CEGAH, JAKARTA, INDONESIA

Company Profile:

MSI, a Tetra Tech Company, is a Washington, D.C. metro area international development firm with a 35-year history of delivering development results across the world. Our core expertise is in the fields of monitoring and evaluation (M&E), institutional development, public sector management, governance and anti-corruption. MSI has implemented projects in 90 countries around the world such as Jordan, Kenya, Indonesia, Syria, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Ukraine, Colombia and Mexico. As one of the leading companies in our field, MSI has partnered with organizations across all sectors of international development to support clients ranging from large bilateral and multilateral donors such as USAID, the World Bank and the United Nations Development Program to national and local governments, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), think tanks, foundations and universities. For more information on MSI, please visit our website at <>.                 

On April 19, 2018, the Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW) launched the Anti-Corruption Academy with support from USAID CEGAH. The Anti-Corruption Academy is a place where anti-corruption activists and ICW staff can build capacity and skills to address problems of corruption in Indonesia. Featuring both offline and online (e-learning) platforms, the Academy is expected to become a center for anti-corruption knowledge in Indonesia that can be accessed by both students and the general public.

Through August 2019, nearly 3,866 people had enrolled in the Academy, and approximately 2,256 of these had taken courses. In addition, four local civil society organizations (CSOs) and six universities serving thousands of students are incorporating the Academy’s e-learning into their lectures. The Academy offers six e-learning courses that were developed in 2018, and added three new courses in 2019.

With the support of USAID CEGAH, ICW recently conducted a review of the Academy’s courses, refined its blueprint, and improved the Learning Management Systems (LMS) of its e-learning platform. As a result, ICW refined the LMS and developed a new course: Pengantar Anti Korupsi Untuk Kelas Khusus. New e-learning videos are now needed for the course.

USAID CEGAH is therefore seeking proposals to produce 25 e-learning videos as part of the Academy’s course, Pengantar Anti Korupsi untuk Kelas Khusus. Each video will be 3-10 minutes long. The e-learning videos will consist of a presentation from a resource person, together with relevant animation, graphics/infographics, narratives, text presentations, and other elements as needed.


To produce e-learning videos for the Anti-Corruption Academy.

Tasks And Expected Results

To achieve the above objectives, the selected contractor shall perform the following tasks:

1.        Learn the training module developed by ICW.

2.        Conduct meetings with ICW to discuss the director’s treatment/Session Plan.

3.        Develop and submit scenarios for each video to ICW and USAID CEGAH.

4.        Record and edit the video(s) based on the agreed director’s treatments and scenarios.

5.        Create infographics/graphics, animation, text presentations, etc. for each video, in consultation with ICW.

6.        Present drafts of each video to ICW and USAID CEGAH for review and approval.

7.        Conduct User Acceptance Testing (UAT) for each video.

8.        Revise each video based on evaluation results from the User Acceptance Testing (UAT) and reviews from ICW and USAID CEGAH.

9.        Upload approved videos into the e-learning system.

Tasks for these objectives should align with the themes and topics in the table below.

Modul Pengantar Antikorupsi Kelas Khusus



Jumlah Video





Sejarah Korupsi <> dan Pemberantasannya




Animasi (20 %)


Korupsi Birokrasi <>   



Animasi (20 %)


Korupsi Dalam Korporasi <>   



Animasi (20 %)


Korupsi dan Demokrasi <>

Akademi Antikorupsi: Masuk ke situs




Animasi (20 %)

Project Period

This assignment is expected to begin in December 2019 and end in April 2020.

Ownership and Data Rights

The final product will be owned by CEGAH and ICW. In accepting this subcontract, the selected vendor will be required to give unlimited distribution and naming rights to ICW and CEGAH.


Interested applicants should meet the following criteria:

Skill and experience in producing e-learning videos;
Skill and experience in producing infographics/animations;
Has an understanding of democracy and good governance.
Evaluation Criteria:

Proposed Personnel (50%)

•        Team Structure: The proposal should include an organizational staffing chart and a list of any major staff members who will be assigned to the project, including any sub-consultants. The list should specify which key individuals will work on the project and describe their respective roles. The team must consist of personnel with expertise in producing e-learning and educational videos. Providing dedicated staff to this program is a must.

•        Personnel Qualifications: The proposal should describe the relevant prior experience and track records of the proposed personnel, in particular their experience relating to producing e-learning videos, especially for non-profit organizations. Detailed CVs must be provided for each key staff member. Each key staff member should have at least three years of experience. Experience working on good governance and/or anti-corruption issues is an advantage.

Methodological Approach (20%)

The proposal should demonstrate a methodological approach which reflects strategies to meet the objectives described in the Statement of Work, and which uses existing resources optimally to achieve high-quality results. The methodological approach should include the following:

Alignment with CEGAH objectives: Demonstrates an understanding of the project objectives, CEGAH goals, challenges and opportunities;
Implementation plan: the offeror must submit a detailed work plan for developing the e-learning videos. The proposal must include: 1) comprehensive definition and understanding of scope of services and program approach; 2) realistic timeline; 3) logical sequence of tasks (specific and actionable); 4) preparation plan for User Acceptance Testing (in coordination with ICW);
Evidence of gender sensitivity and considerations must be incorporated into the proposal (as part of the proposed design and implementation plan), including a performance monitoring plan with clear indicators and targeted results.
Organizational experience and capacity (20%)

•        Organizational Experience: Demonstrated strength of the offeror organization’s history and technical capabilities, as related to the stated needs of this Request for Proposals;

•        Financial Management Capacity: The offeror has in place adequate accounting and financial management systems and can demonstrate an ability to properly manage and report funds in accordance with donor regulations.

Past Performance (10%)

The proposal must show demonstrated competency and related past performance in successfully implementing similar activities. The offeror must have proven experience in producing e-learning videos. Experience producing e-learning videos on good governance and/or anti-corruption issues is an advantage. The offerors must provide a list of current and recent client references (minimum of three) and must include a brief description of previous relevant projects. Project descriptions should include results achieved, duration of contract, approximate value of the contract, and the clients’ contact information (please provide a point of contact with name, email address, and phone number).

Past performance criteria are intended to assess the offeror’s capability to successfully deliver the required services. Past performance information is one indicator that the offeror will be able to complete the contract successfully. The accuracy and relevance of up-to-date information, source of the information, context of the data, and general trends in the contractor’s performance shall be considered. This comparative assessment of past performance information is separate from the responsibility determination. If an offeror applies and does not

show a record of relevant past performance, or if information about past performance is not available for the offeror, the offeror may (at CEGAH’s discretion) not be evaluated, favourably or unfavourably, on past performance.



1.    Reports of meeting with ICW regarding to Director treatment/session plan discussion

2.    Approved of each video's scenarios by ICW and USAID CEGAH

3.    Progress reports of developed and submitted scenarios for each video to ICW and USAID CEGAH.

Course Development

1.    Progress reports of video-tapping and editing based on the agreed director treatments and scenarios (including infographics/graphics, animation, text presentations, etc. for all videos.)

2.    Reports of User Acceptance Testing (UAT) for all videos.

3.    Approved videos by USAID CEGAH and ICW based on evaluation results in UAT.


1.    Approved all video materials by ICW and USAID CEGAH.

2.    Report of placement of each approved videos into the e-learning systems.

Budget Allocation

The maximum budget for this video production is IDR 120,000,000

Please send quotation  to <>  before 7:00pm Jakarta time on November 10th, 2019. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Interview will be conducted on a rolling basis until a suitable candidate has been selected.

MSI is an EEO/AA/ADA Veterans Employer.

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