© Andreas Polakis
The European Investment Bank (EIB) is the Contracting Authority. The Ministry of Infrastructures and Transport (MIT) is the entity responsible for the day-to-day management of the project.
The Service Provider is working directly with the MIT on a day to day basis.
The Ministry is represented by a Project Manager within the Strategic Planning Unit (SPU) who is coordinating the activities of the Ministry in relation with the assignment and provides a single point of contact with the Service Provider. The MIT Project Manager is assisted by a team of three experts, the Project Management Team (PMT) who is charged with the daily supervision of the Service Provider.
In addition, the involved parties listed below have the following roles in the management of the contract:
- working-level Steering Committee, that is providing input to the project development and reviewing the outputs, chaired by the Secretary General of the Ministry.
- a JASPERS Task Manager retained by MIT to act as the Ministry’s Advisor on technical issues throughout the duration of the contract.
- the Contracting Authority through its nominated EIB Assignment Manager who liaises with the EIB Consultant Procurement and Contract Management Division (CPCM) to ensure smooth administration of the contract and manage the approval process.
- the Structural Reform Support Service-SRSS, which is formally informed on the progress of the project by the EIB Assignment Manager, in accordance with the EIB-SRSS reporting requirements.