IEC Data Entry Center

Kabul, Afghanistan


IEC in close cooperation with UNDP/ELECT Project planned to build Data Entry Centre (DEC) on the IEC Compound, Jalalabad Road, Kabul. The total capacity of DEC is 500 data entry clerks.
IEC plans was to register 16 million voters that could be reached at least 18 years old on the scheduled date of elections in 2009 and 2010.
On April 9th 2008, The Independent Election Commission of Afghanistan (IEC) announced that Presidential and Provincial elections will be held in the fall of 2009 and Wolesi Jirga and District Council elections held in the summer 2010.
Facilities Provided by UNDP:

There is K-Spain Metal Warehouse that was utilized as DEC. The total size of existing K-Spain WH is 90 x 20 m. This Warehouse is used as DEC for period of 9 month starting from September 1st, 2008.
This building connected to electrical ground line. There is septic/sewage system at the IEC compound close to DEC.
There are must be main DEC space and offices as follows.

Administration office
Server room
ICT/Utility room
Toilets
Refreshment area
Data Entry Zones- 500 data entry clerks
Intake/registration area, this area will be in other co-located K-Spain Warehouse

Scope of work

This Scope of Work required shall fall under a maximum of three (3) phases:

Phase I - Assessment & Design Stage
Phase II - Procurement Stage
Phase III - Implementation Stage

  • Project Area Defense
  • Cost 10,000,000.00
  • SectorsConceptual Design
    Working Drawings
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