The Oceania Customs Organization (OCO) was established in 1986 by the Heads of Oceania Customs Administrations to promote efficiency and effectiveness in all aspects of Regional Customs Administrations. The OCO has a membership of 23 countries and territories from the Pacific region, and its principal activity is facilitating and where appropriate helping member administrations align with Customs international standards and best practice, leading to greater economic prosperity and increased border security within the Oceania region.

The OCO Secretariat invites Tenders from Consultants to establish an appropriate Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) framework to allow regular and timely assessment of achievements of the OCO against the new OCO 2022 – 2027 strategic plan.

The Tender Terms of Reference is located Here. Tenders must be submitted on the Tender section of the OCO website.

The due date for submission of the tender is 16th September, 2022. Late submissions will not be considered.

Any clarification or questions from applicants must be submitted by email to


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