Javaland has created the technical manual and working tools and has implemented a programme to assist companies in their internationalisation process in projects granted by multilateral development institutions (GICT), which we describe hereinafter due to their special importance.

What is GICT?

programa ILIThe Guidelines to International Competitive Tenders programme, GICT, is the first methodological programme for assistance to companies in identifying and selecting projects and drafting proposals for international tenders and bids by Multilateral Development Institutions (MDIs), a market with a large endowment of funds and increasing importance in international trade.
The aim of the GICT programme is to help Spanish companies obtain contracts from the Multilateral Development Institutions, by offering them advisory services on (i) identification strategies, (ii) project selection, (iii) choice of partners and (iv) drafting of bids, placing at their disposal (v) technical training and (vi) professional experts.
The programme is based on specialised technical guidance and on the collaboration of individual instructors for each company in order to successfully compete in such a specialised market.† It aims to provide companies with the qualifications and experience required for the procedures, circuits and mechanisms of international tenders and bids.
The programme"ôs methodology is a product of experience, it has been empirically proven as it is operational in the whole of Spain, under the auspices of the National Council of Chambers of Commerce, and it is eminently practical as it is a working tool for companies. Its soundness is beyond question, because it has been put together by a team of highly experienced and specialised experts in the programme"ôs subject matter in the field and in the real world.



What are its aims?

Its ultimate aim is to take advantage of the window of opportunities provided by international invitations to tender for Products, Services and Technical Assistance, for thousands of projects and to a value of thousands of million Euros issued every year by Institutions such as the Development Banks (WB, IADB, ADB, AFC, etc.) the European Commission (Europe Aid) and the United Nations agencies.
Its specific aims are materialised in:


What does it offer?

Initial support in the form of guidance and training, which will allow participating companies to become familiar with the practises and mechanisms of international competitive tenders and biddings, and to obtain enough experience to achieve satisfactory results in the medium term.
The programme offers participating companies:


How does GICT work?  

The programme comprises a 1-year cycle, divided into two consecutive stages:


GICT Structure




3 months

  • To diagnose each company"ôs potential and its suitability to participate in the programme
  • Participants are provided with the contents and work methodology
  • Development of a training programme pursuant to GICT methodology for companies and instructors
  • To convey to Companies and Instructors the knowledge necessary for presenting successful international competitive tenders
  • To assign instructors to each company at the end of the stage




9 months

  • Orientation for companies and coaching by an assigned specialist instructor
  • Direct work along with an instructor to:
    • Prepare an Internationalisation Plan for Competitive Tenders
    • Identify and select projects
    • Present Statements of interest and develop contacts
    • Prepare fact finding mission trips and follow-up
    • Assistance and guidance in the Drafting of Bids (joint work)





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