RFQ: “Filming of LAPOR! in South Kalimantan and production of motion graphics USAID CEGAH, Jakarta, Indonesia”

Request for Quotation
Filming of LAPOR! in South Kalimantan
and production of motion graphics
USAID CEGAH, Jakarta, Indonesia
Company Profile

Management Systems International (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 www.msiworldwide.com.


MSI is the prime implementer of the CEGAH (meaning prevent in Indonesian Bahasa) program, an anti-corruption program, funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). The program aims to reduce corruption by addressing its root causes and by strengthening the Indonesian government’s ability to implement effective counter-measures.

A major component of the USAID CEGAH project is the support to the integration and implementation of the National Public Complaint Handling System (Sistem Pengelolaan Pengaduan Pelayanan Publik Nasional - Layanan Aspirasi dan Pengaduan Online Rakyat/ SP4N - LAPOR!).

With support from Ministry of Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform (Kementerian Pemberdayaan Aparatur Negara dan Reformasi Birokrasi/ KemenPAN-RB), Ombudsman of the Republic of Indonesia (Ombudsman Republik Indonesia/ ORI), and the Executive Office of the President (Kantor Staf Presiden/ KSP), USAID CEGAH facilitated the development of LAPOR! version 3.0 mobile app.

USAID CEGAH also started to integrate with 12 local governments’ complaint handling systems and plans to integrate with others.This implementation will ensure better transparency and accountability of government agencies, both national and local, in handling public services.

Set to produce several human-interest videos in early 2020, USAID CEGAH plan to collect stock shots and conduct interviews in South Kalimantan, specifically in Banjarmasin city, Banjarbaru city and Tanah Laut district, where USAID CEGAH has it local government beneficiary with successful public complaint handling. Banjarmasin and Banjabaru city were also awarded as ‘Most Impactful’ at the LAPOR! Competition Award on December 9, 2019.

USAID CEGAH is therefore seeking proposals to film stock shots and interviews in South Kalimantan. In addition, production of motion graphic to support the narrative will also be required.


To film stock shots and interviews in South Kalimantan, as well as to produce motion graphic on LAPOR! project and USAID CEGAH as part of this video (not as separate video).

Tasks And Expected Results

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

1.      Understand USAID CEGAH support to LAPOR!.

2.      Record and off-line edit the video(s) based on the agreed treatments.

3.      Create motion graphics, in consultation with USAID CEGAH

4.      Present off-line edit to USAID CEGAH for review and approval.

5.      Work based on the agreed timeline.

Please note that the final product will be edited by MSI in-house. During the final editing period, the sub-contractor must be available to address minor requests and inquiries posed by USAID CEGAH.

Tasks for these objectives should align with the schedule in the table below.



Day 1

Travel (Jakarta-Banjarbaru), interviews and stock shots filming in Banjarbaru, Travel (Banjarbaru-Banjarmasin).

Day 2

Interviews and stock shots filming in Banjarmasin, travel (Banjarbaru-Tanah Laut District)

Day 3

Interviews and stock shot filming in Tanah Laut District, travel (Tanah Laut - Banjarbaru)

Day 4

Stock shots filming, travel (Banjarbaru - Jakarta)

Day 5-10 or before filming

in South Kalimantan

Development of motion graphics, including reviews and revisions


Project Period

This assignment is expected to begin in the third until the fifth week of January 2020.

Ownership and Data Rights

The final product will be owned by USAID CEGAH.


Interested applicants should meet the following criteria:

Skill and experience in producing videos and motion graphics;
Has an understanding of the project.

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 video and motion graphic making. 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 video and motion graphic making, especially for non-profit organizations or governmental 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 social and/or governance issues is an advantage.

Past Performance (50%)

The proposal must show demonstrated competency and related past performance in successfully implementing similar activities. The offeror must have proven experience in producing videos and motion graphic on social and/or governance 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.


USAID CEGAH expects to receive a hard disk of all required films no later than three days after the all materials are approved.

1. Raw files of all films

2. Cut-to-cut editing of all films,

3. Approved motion graphics, including its design assets.

Budget Allocation

The maximum budget for this video production, including airfare, car rental, accommodation and any applicable tax is IDR 50,000,000 or USD 3,555*

Please send quotation to info@msi-cegah.com before 5:00pm Jakarta time on January 13, 2020.  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.

*Based on Dec’19 exchange rate

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