procurement adverts

Independent National Electoral Commission

Plot 436, Zambezi Crescent, Maitama, Abuja

Invitation to Submit Pre-Qualification Documents for the Execution of 2015 Projects

1.0     Introduction:

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in pursuance of its statutory functions and in compliance with Due Process requirements invites interested and reputable Companies with relevant experience and good track records to submit Pre-qualification Documents for the under-listed Projects.

2.0     Projects





A Computer System and Supporting  Devices This Item will be supplied to 36 States, FCT and headquarters Abuja (1-38 Lots)
B Heavy Duty Printer and Printer Accessories This Item will be supplied to 36 States, FCT and headquarters Abuja (1-38 Lots)
C Servers, Storage Devices, Scanner and Components for Upgrade Systems


This Item will be supplied to 36 States, FCT and headquarters Abuja (1-38 Lots)


D Routers, Switch and Fibre Infrastructures


This Item will be supplied to 36 States, FCT and headquarters Abuja (1-38 Lots)
E Intercom, Network Devices and Support Devices


This Item will be supplied to 36 States, FCT and headquarters Abuja (1-38 Lots)
F CCTV and Support Devices This Item will be supplied to 36 States, FCT and headquarters Abuja (1-38 Lots)
G Design, Development, Upgrade and Maintenance of Softwares


This Item will be supplied to 36 States, FCT and headquarters Abuja (1-38 Lots)
H Storage Area Network, RAID and their Supporting Devices This Item will be supplied to 36 States, FCT and headquarters Abuja (1-38 Lots)
I Identity Card Equipment and Materials


This Item will be supplied to 36 States, FCT and headquarters Abuja (1-38 Lots)
J ICT Consumables (Toners, Cartridges, Fusers, Imaging Drums, Maintenance Kits, Data Storage Devices, Cables, Connectors), This Item will be supplied to 36 States, FCT and headquarters Abuja (1-38 Lots)


K Supply of Direct Data Capture Machine (DDCM) for Continuous Voter Registration (CVR) to be supplied to the following group of States and Headquarters  (1-13 Lots)


1 Rivers, Akwa-lbom and C/River States
2 Edo, Delta and Bayelsa States
3 Ogun, Oyo and Ekiti States
4 Lagos, Ondo and Osun States
5 Benue, Abia, Anambra States
6 Enugu, Imo, Ebonyi States
7 Gombe, Adamawa and Taraba States
8 Borno, Yobe and Bauchi States
9 Kebbi, Sokoto and Zamfara State
10 Katsina, Jigawa and Kano States
11 Kogi, Plateau and Nasarawa States
12 Kwara, FCT, Niger and Kaduna States
13 INEC Headquarters, Maitama- Abuja

3.0    Pre-Qualification Requirements

Interested companies are required to submit the following documents:

(i)      Evidence of registration with the Corporate Affairs Commission by inclusion of Certificate of Incorporation and Article of Association;

(ii)     Tax Clearance Certificate for the last three (3) consecutive years; (2012, 2013, and 2014).

(iii)    Evidence of VAT registration and past remittances;

(iv)    Audited Accounts of the Company in the last three years (2012, 2013, and 2014)

(v)     Evidence of compliance with statutory provision of Section 6, (1) – (3) of the Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Amendment Act, 2011.

(vi)    Evidence of financial capability to execute the project and banking support;

(vii)   Evidence of registration with PENCOM, remittance of Pension Contribution on behalf of employees to various PFAs and other social security.

(viii)  Evidence of similar jobs executed; including award letters and Certificate of Completion.

(ix)    Comprehensive company profile, listing key technical personnel stating their roles, designation, qualifications and years of experience including copies of educational and professional certificates;

(x)     Any other relevant information or documents;

(xi)    Company Representatives Phone Numbers and e-mail address(es).

4.0     Submission of Pre-Qualification Documents

All documents must be submitted in two (2) bound copies enclosed in a sealed envelope marked “PRE-QUALIFICATION DOCUMENTS FOR THE (Indicate project description and lot number)” addressed to:

The Secretary to the Commission,

Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC),

Plot 436,  Zambezi Crescent, Maitama District, Abuja.

 5.0     General Information

(i)      This invitation for pre-qualification is not an invitation to tender.

(ii)     Only firms that are prequalified will be invited to submit technical and financial bids, and also to demonstrate their solution. Those successful through this process will be invited for opening of financial bids.

(iii)    No company is permitted to apply for more than one (1) lot in Category K (13 Lots). Failure to comply with the above instruction disqualifies the company’s application.

(iv)    The deadline for submission of the Prequalification documents shall be on Tuesday, 29th September, 2015 by 12.00 (noon), and opening of the prequalification documents will be immediately after the deadline onTuesday, 29th September, 2015 by 12.00 (noon) at the Commission’s Conference Hall, INEC HQ, Maitama-Abuja.

(v)     For further enquiries, please contact Director ICT, INEC Headquarters, Abuja between the hours of 10.00am and 4.00pm from Monday to Friday during the period covered by this advertisement or call any of these phone numbers (1) 08108007911 (2) 08068859099.

NOTE: Company’s Representatives are advised to ensure that they sign the Submission Register after dropping the Bid Document in the Tender Box.


Independent National Electoral Commission

River Park Estate

 Off Airport Road, Near Conoil Filling Station, Abuja

 Invitation to Tender for Delivery of Real Estate Facilities Management Services

The management of River Park Estate hereby invites reputable estate facilities management companies, with a minimum of ten years facilities management experience, to email their company profile/resume (including relevant experience) to by 21st August 2015 for consideration for a pre-tender interview scheduled for late August.

The facilities management contract will cover:

  • Coordination of residential and commercial estate services
  • Security services
  • Buildings and grounds maintenance/inspection
  • Refuse and (leaning services
  • Waste services
  • Water services
  • Energy services
  • Collection of resident dues
  • Health, fire and environmental safety of residents
  • commercial property management

For further enquires call:

08093892218, 08173926136

River Park Estate

Off Airport Road, Near Conoil Filling Station, Abuja

By order of Management of River Park Estate Management Company

Lagos State Government

Ministry of Health

Request for Expression of Interest (REOI) for the Development of a Medical Park in Lagos, Nigeria

(1.0)    Background

Lagos State, with a population of over 20 million people and projected to be the 3rd largest megacity in the world by the end of 2015 is Nigeria’s economic and commercial nerve-centre.

In line with its policy thrust of making Lagos State more prosperous and safer by pursuing an inclusive economic and community development agenda built on improved infrastructure, healthy environment and educational attainment, the Lagos State Government (LASG) has commenced implementation of State Development Plan. As a key initiative for Social Development and Security, the Lagos State Ministry of Health (LSMH) has the mandate to position Lagos State as a prime global destination for persons in quest of qualitative medical care.

In this regard Lagos State Ministry of Hearth (LSMH) desires to create a state of the art Medical Park (“the Park”) to provide a full spectrum of excellent high technology cutting-edge specialist medical and diagnostic services at a single location of 2 hectares of land along the prime Awolowo Road, Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria.

The Lagos State Ministry of Health (LSMH) now seeks Expression of Interest from interested local and international parties, on the development of private hospitals/health centers at the medical park via a Public Private Partnership (PPP) model.

It is expected that the Park shall cater for general and specialty medical services tailored to meet the need of residents. It should include the provision of the following; with back-up diagnostic services for the polyclinics and in-patient facilities.

The asterisked services should be available on a 24/7; 365-day basis:

(A) Paediatrics including Neonatology (B) Internal Medicine including Gastroenterology and Neurology (C) Surgery including Neurosurgery and Urology (D) Obstetrics and Gynaecology (E) Cardiology (F) Orthopedics and Traumatology (G) Radiology (H) Emergency and Ambulance Services (I) Oncology (J) Clinical Support Services (i) Administrative (ii) Medical Records (iii) Laboratory Services (iv) Diagnostic Services (v) Security (vi) Pharmacy

(2.0)    Requirements from Interested Parties

In order to be pre-qualified, the prospective party/consortia must possess the requisite capabilities and relevant experience in the provision of the required services. They are expected to submit comprehensive information that includes:

(2.1)    Organisational Details

  • Full name and nationality (country of registration) of the company and contact person, postal address, telephone, e-mail addresses and web site URL (if any)
  • Brief description of the history and business of the respondent
  • Ownership structure including name(s) of shareholders, percentage shareholdings, intermediate and ultimate holding company or beneficial owner
  • Company registration including Certificate of Incorporation, certified true copies of Memorandum and Articles of Association and CAC Form C07 or the equivalent
  • Most recent 3-Years Audited Financial Statements and latest Management Accounts if available
  • Evidence of financial capacity to deliver the project as contemplated
  • Evidence of previous experience and expertise in providing the required services locally and/or internationally including experience in PPP Initiatives where applicable. This should include the following details:
  • Name of Project, Brief Description and Client(s)
  • Scope of work, Role, Contract Value, Nature of Contract (PPP, Lump Sum etc.) and Contractual Period
  • Name and address of related client’s referee

(22)     Development Plan

A comprehensive development plan is the main thrust of this EOI and would engender further consideration of submissions. The State is open to suggestions on possible models with justification, especially in the areas of strategic purchase of services and/or sharing of facilities, contracting out/sharing of non-clinical responsibilities, price setting, cross-fertilization of expertise and experience sharing.

The summary of the proposed Medical Park Development Plan and Models proposed should include the following:

  • Nature and scope of services to be provided – clinical and allied services, diagnostic and laboratory services, on-clinical supporting and ancillary facilities and services. The distribution of the floor areas among the proposed specialties and facilities should be provided
  • Commercial overview of the plan – nature and source of investments/income required for design development, construction, operations, maintenance ; proposed allocation of profits to shareholders and improvement/extension of hospital services
  • Implementation timeframe
  • Human resources for Health arrangement: the proposed manpower plan
  • The proposed arrangements for adopting standard operating protocols, price transparency etc.
  • Preference shall be given to submissions that demonstrate exceptional value for money and operational

(3.0)    Submission of Expression of Interest

Parties may express interest for some or all of the services.

The EOI submission should include;

  • One (1) original copy and three (3) other copies of Expression of Interest to be delivered in a sealed envelope clearly marked“EOI -Medical Park Service” and delivered to the address below not later than 4th September, 2015 between the hours of 9.00a.m and 4.00p.m Monday-Friday.

The Permanent Secretary

Lagos State Ministry of Health

The Secretariat

Block 4

Alausa, Ikeja. Lagos


The EOI exercise is a prequalification exercise. Parties who therefore do not submit a response will be unable to participate in the subsequent procurement processes for the development of the subject site.

Furthermore, the submission of documents shall not entitle any of the interested parties to any claims against LASG and/or LSMH by virtue of such consortia having responded to the EOI invitation.

All costs incurred by respondents as a result of this Request for Expression of Interest and any subsequent requests for information shall be for respondent’s account only


Permanent Secretary; Ministry of Health

Ministry of Interior

Nigerian Prisons Service

National Headquarters, Bill Clinton Drive, Airport Road, Abuja

Invitation to Tender for the Supply of Foodstuff and Cooking Gas to Prisons Nationwide, for the Period of 1st January to 31st December, 2016

 (1)       Introduction:

In compliance with the provisions of Public Procurement Acts 2007 regarding the procurement of goods, works and services, the Nigerian Prisons Service hereby invites interested reputable food and gas contractors/suppliers to tender for the supply of foodstuff and cooking gas to the under-listed Prisons and Satellite Prisons for the period 1st January to 31st December, 2016. The Main Prisons and Satellite Prisons are as follows:

S/No. State Prisons (Convicts) Satellite Prisons


FCT –Abuja


Kuje, Suleja and Dukpa F.C

Aba, Arochuckwu & Umuahia



3 Adamawa Jada, Jimeta, Numan & Yola Dumne, Guyuk, Karlahi, Kojoli, Hong, Mayobelwa & Shelleng


4 Akwa-Ibom Abak, EKet, Ikot-Abasi, Ikot-Ekpene & Uyo


Dumne, Guyuk, Karlahi, Kojoli, Hong, Mayobelwa & Shelleng
5 Anambra Agwata, Awka, Onitsha & Nnewi


Dumne, Guyuk, Karlahi, Kojoli, Hong, Mayobelwa & Shelleng
6 Bauchi Azare, Bauchi, Jama’are, Misau & Ningi Dumne, Guyuk, Karlahi, Kojoli, Hong, Mayobelwa & Shelleng
7 Bayelsa Yenegoa Dumne, Guyuk, Karlahi, Kojoli, Hong, Mayobelwa & Shelleng
8 Benue Gboko, Makurdi & Otukpo Dumne, Guyuk, Karlahi, Kojoli, Hong, Mayobelwa & Shelleng
9 Borno Biu & Maiduguri (Maximum) Dumne, Guyuk, Karlahi, Kojoli, Hong, Mayobelwa & Shelleng
10 Cross River Adim Farm, Calabar, Ikom, Obubra, Obudu & Ogoja


Dumne, Guyuk, Karlahi, Kojoli, Hong, Mayobelwa & Shelleng
11 Delta Agbor, Kwale, Ogwashiu-uku, Sapele & Warri Dumne, Guyuk, Karlahi, Kojoli, Hong, Mayobelwa & Shelleng
12 Ebonyi Abakaliki & Afikpo Dumne, Guyuk, Karlahi, Kojoli, Hong, Mayobelwa & Shelleng
13 Edo Auchi, Benin (New)-Oko, Benin (old), Ogba-farm, Ozalla farm & Ubiaja


Dumne, Guyuk, Karlahi, Kojoli, Hong, Mayobelwa & Shelleng
14 Ekiti Ado-Ekiti Dumne, Guyuk, Karlahi, Kojoli, Hong, Mayobelwa & Shelleng
15 Enugu Enugu, Ibite-Olo, Nsukka & Orji River


Dumne, Guyuk, Karlahi, Kojoli, Hong, Mayobelwa & Shelleng
16 Gombe Gombe & Tula Billiri & Cham
17 Imo Okigwe, Owerri & Orreh Farm Centre


Billiri & Cham
18 Jigawa Birnin-Kudu Farm Centre, Gumel, Hadejia (New) and Kazaure Birnin-Kudu, Dutse, Garki, Gwaram, Jahum, Kiya wa & Ringim


19 Kaduna Birnin-Gwari, Borstal Institute, Kaduna Central, Kafanchan, Kakuri, Kujama Farm Centre & Zaria


Gwantu, Ikara, Kachia, Kwoi Makarfi, Manchok, Saminaka & Soba


20 Kano Goron-Dutse, Kano Central & Wudil


Bichi, Dawakin-Tofa, Gwarzo, Kiru Rano, Sumaila & Tudunwada


21 Katsina Daura (New), Daura (Old), Funtua, Katsina & Ingawa F. C Dutsinma, Jibia, Kankia, Malumfashi, Mani & Musawa


22 Kebbi Argungu, B/Kebbi (New), B/Kebbi (Old), Yelwa Yauri & Zuru


Bagudo, Jega, Kamba, Kan giwa & Wara


23 Kogi Ankpa, Dekina, Idah, Kabba, Koton-Karfe & Okene


Bagudo, Jega, Kamba, Kan giwa & Wara


24 Kwara


Ilorin Old, Ilorin New, Borstal Institute, Lafiagi & Omuaran Bagudo, Jega, Kamba, Kan giwa & Wara


25 Lagos Badagry, Ikoyi, Female Prison, Kirikiri Maximum Security & Kirikiri Medium Security Bagudo, Jega, Kamba, Kan giwa & Wara


26 Nassarawa Keffl Old, Keffi New, Lafia, Nasarawa & Wamba


Bagudo, Jega, Kamba, Kan giwa & Wara


27 Niger Agaie, Bida, Kagara, Kontagora (New), Lapai, Minna (Old), Minna (New) & New Bussa Bagudo, Jega, Kamba, Kan giwa & Wara


28 Ogun Abeokuta New, Abeokuta Old, Ago-Iwoye Farm Centre, Ijebu-Ode, Ilaro, Shagamu & Borstal Institute Abeokuta Bagudo, Jega, Kamba, Kan giwa & Wara


29 Ondo Akure, Okitipupa, Ondo Male, Ondo Female & Owo


Bagudo, Jega, Kamba, Kan giwa & Wara


30 Osun Ile-Ife & Ilesha


Bagudo, Jega, Kamba, Kan giwa & Wara


31 Oyo


Ibadan ( Agodi), Ogbomosho Farm Centre & Oyo


Bagudo, Jega, Kamba, Kan giwa & Wara


32 Plateau Jos, Lakushi, Langtang, Lamingo Farm Centre, Pankshin, Shendam & Wase


Bagudo, Jega, Kamba, Kan giwa & Wara


33 Rivers Ahoada, Degema, Elele F.C & P/Harcourt


Bagudo, Jega, Kamba, Kan giwa & Wara


34 Sokoto Bislam F.C & Sokoto Gwadabawa, Tambuwal & Wurno


35 Taraba Gembu, Jalingo, Serti & Wukari (New)


Baissa, Bali, Gassol, Karim-Lamido, Lau, Mutu mbiyu, Takum & Zing


36 Yobe Gashua, Nguru & Potiskum (New)
37 Zamfara Gusau


Gumi, Kaura-Namoda, Maru & Talata-Mafara


(2)     Objective: To provide adequate and nutritious feeding of the inmates in the Nigerian Prisons nationwide.

(3)     The Scope: The contractors should be capable of supplying both the foodstuff and cooking gas as a single contract during the period. This involves making adequate cooking gas and dry foodstuff available in stock for at least 7 days regularly. The cooking gas and foodstuff items to be supplied are detailed in tender documents obtainable from the Procurement Department, Nigerian Prisons Service, National Headquarters, Abuja, State Prisons Headquarters Nationwide and all Prisons Zonal offices.

(4)     Eligibility to Tender: Interested reputable contractors/suppliers are requested to forward their applications with the following as tender documents for consideration.

(i)      Certificate of Incorporation or Registration of Business Name with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC).

(ii)     Tax Clearance Certificate for immediate past 3 years (2012, 2013 & 2014).

(iii)    Company’s Audited Account for immediate past 3 years (2012, 2013 & 2014).

(iv)    VAT Registration Certificate With Verifiable Evidence of Remittance.

(v)     Evidence of Mobility i.e. Vehicle Particulars with Proof of Ownership (Expired documents not acceptable).

(vi)    Evidence of Payment of Training Contributions to Industrial Training Fund (ITF).

(vii)   Certificate of Compliance duly issued to Employers by Nigerian Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF).

(viii)  Evidence of registration and remittance of contributory pension funds in line with Section 16, Subsection 8(d) of the Public Procurement Act.

(ix)    Evidence of Financial Capability i.e. Bank Reference letter.

(x)     Original Treasury Receipt of non refundable tender processing fee of N10,000.00.

(xi)    Verifiable Evidence of previous foodstuff/cooking gas supplied for at least        3 years.

(xii)   The proximity of bidders to the prison location is vital to this procurement.

(xiii)  Evidence of Registration on the National Database of the Particulars, Classification and Categorization of Federal Contractors, Consultants and Service Providers as required by the Provisions of Section 5(h) and 6(1 )(f) of the public procurement Act of 2007.

(xiv)  A Sworn affidavit indicating that all documents submitted are genuine and verifiable.

(5)     Prospective contractors/bidders are to pay non-refundable tender processing fee of N10,000.00 into Nigerian Prisons Service Account No. 0000972323 with any Access Bank branch to obtain Treasury Receipts at

Prison Cash Office Room 3309, 2nd Floor,

National Headquarters Office Complex,

Bill Clinton Drive, Airport Road, Abuja


Pay and obtain tender document online at

(6)     Submissions: Tender opens on Monday 10th August, 2015. All completed tender documents must be in a sealed envelope with original treasury receipt clipped at the back of the envelope marked “Bid for Supply of Foodstuff/Cooking gas to Prisons” and Addressed to The Head of Procurement. Nigerian Prisons Service, National Headquarters Office Complex, Bill Clinton Drive, Airport Road, Abuja and should be dropped in the Tender Box located at the Pavilion of the National Headquarters Office Complex not later than 12 noon Tuesday 22nd September, 2015. The public opening of Bids follows Immediately at the same venue.

(7)     Any bid which fails to meet up with the requirements will not be considered. It should be noted that the Nigerian Prisons Service is not obliged to accept any particular tender.

(8)     Incorrectly addressed or labeled submissions, and those received after the specified date shall be rejected.

(9)     This advertisement of “Invitation to Tender” shall not be construed as a commitment on the part of NPS, nor shall it entitle any supplier to make any claim(s) whatsoever, and/or seek any indemnity from NPS by virtue of such supplier having responded to this advertisement.

(10)   All expenses incurred in preparing the tender response and all expenses otherwise associated with its tender response shall be borne solely by the prospective supplier.

Note: Photocopies of the non-refundable tender processing receipt and acknowledgment receipt obtained on submission of bid must be KEPT and Presented before collection of award letters by successful bidders.


Head Procurement

For: Controller General of Prisons

Solar Nigeria


Call for Expression of Interest

For Solar Distributors and Consumer Financiers to Pre-Qualify for the Supply and Financing of Small Solar Energy Systems in Northern States of Nigeria


The SolarNigeria Programme (SNP) is an initiative of the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID). It aims to scale the public and private markets for distributed solar energy in Nigeria. SNP has many components. Together they will overcome barriers and help to grow the solar market, increasing demand from households, businesses and public institutions. An important overall priority for DFID is to support the development of states in northern Nigeria, and in particular to increase access to electricity.

The Expression of Interest (EOI) advertised here is to pre-qualify Solar Distributors, Solar Products, and providers of Consumer Finance, to participate in the Consumer Pilot component. The Consumer Pilot aims to help household consumers in northern states of Nigeria to better access small solar powered lighting and power systems for their homes. Solar can be cheaper over time than kerosene lanterns or generators but costs more initially to buy. The Consumer Pilot will offer Capacity Grants to encourage solar vendors to enter the market and quickly build their capabilities to serve these consumers at scale. It will offer Financing Grants to mobilise consumer finance for Small Solar in ways that are commercially attractive for financiers and attractive to consumers.

Under the Consumer Pilot, grant recipients will be selected in a two-step process;

(1)     Pre-qualification of Solar Products, Solar Distributors, Solar System Designers and Installers, and Financiers,

(2)     Application for grants.

This EOI therefore invites applications from the following;

  • Solar Distributors (or manufacturers) to pre-qualify their company and products in the following categories
  • Plug and Play solar lighting systems up to 10Wp
  • Plug and Play solar home systems between 10Wp and 100Wp
  • Solar system designers and installers to pre-qualify their company and products in the category of Component based solar home systems between 100Wp and 15,000Wp.
  • Financiers interested in providing finance to consumers to access any of the solar products qualified under this programme.

Please note that because the Consumer Pilot is at the stage of Concept Design, the description and timelines in the EOI are indicative only. SNP does not bind itself, DFID or other programme partners by this notice or the EOI to any particular programme design or delivery.

Responses to the EOI will need to be received by 24th August 2015.

For a copy of the EOI, please email and reference ‘EOI for Consumer Pilot’ in the subject heading.

Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation

Plot 447 / 448 Constitution Avenue, Central Business District, Abuja E-Mail:    Website:

Invitation to Tender for the Deployment of a Web-Based Library Management Software for the Corporation. 

The Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) wishes to invite tender from competent and reputable Companies for the Deployment of Web-Based Library Management Software with Connectivity from Head Quarters to Zonal Offices of the Corporation.

Conditions for Eligibility

All bids must be accompanied with the following:

  • Evidence of Company Registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) in Nigeria.
  • The current 3 years Tax Clearance Certificate of the Company (2012 – 2014).
  • Evidence of VAT registration.
  • The Company’s audited accounts for the last three years (2012 – 2014).
  • Evidence of Financial capacity or bank support to undertake the project.
  • Evidence of having successfully carried out similar works.
  • Company profile indicating qualification and experience of key staff for the project.
  • Proof of Company’s understanding of the job, Implementation plan and work methodology.
  • Evidence of compliance with ITF Act.
  • Valid Certificate of Compliance with Pension Act issued by the National Pension Commission (PENCOM).
  • Sworn affidavit to indicate that the company is not in receivership and none of its directors were ever convicted of fraudulent activity.
  • Evidence of Resell Agent of Software Manufacturer in Nigeria.

Scope of Work

The software should among other things have the following:

(1)     Unlimited Inquiry user access rights.

(2)     12 Nos. Concurrent Librarian User Licences with an option to increase as and when the need arises.

(3)     Modules which are fully integrated and should include:

(i)      Management

(ii)     Cataloguing

(iii)    Interlibrary Loan

(iv)    Acquisition

(v)     Serial/Journal Indexing

(vi)    SDI

(vii)   Federal Search and,

(viii)  OPAC Modules

(4)     Be based on enterprise level technology with an industry standard SQL database.

(5)     Be capable of online cataloguing using Z39.50 standard.

(6)     Be capable of accepting MARC data from an existing Windows library     management System.

(7)     Be capable of accepting barcode readers for lending and return of books.

(8)     Should have the capability to access application from mobile Devices.

Tender Documents

Interested companies should obtain the tender document from the Administration Department, 2nd Floor, NDIC Headquarters, Plot 447/448 Constitution Avenue, Central Business District, Abuja upon payment of the tender fee of N10,000.00 in Bank Draft made payable to the Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation, Abuja. Further requisite information required can be obtained from the Administration Department at the above address. Enquires could be made either through the telephone numbers: 09-4601035 or through the e-mail

Submission of Tender Documents

Five (5) bound copies of the ‘Technical’ and ‘Financial’ tender documents must be submitted in separate sealed envelopes clearly marked “Technical Bid” and “Financial Bid” respectively, both put in a third (3rd) envelope sealed and marked on the right hand top corner “Technical And Financial tender For the Procurement Of Web-Based Library Management Software “and addressed to:

Director of Administration Department,

 Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC),

 Plot 447/448 Constitution Avenue, Central Business District, Abuja, Nigeria.

The closing date for submission is Wednesday, 23rd September, 2015 by 2:00pm. The tender is to be dropped in the tender box on the Ground floor, reception area at the Head Office Building. Companies submitting tender are expected to sign the tender register on the 2nd floor, Administration Department, before dropping the tenders. Submission of tender by post or courier will not be acceptable, and any tender received at the designated location after the stipulated time and date shall be considered late and non-responsive.

Opening of the Tender

Opening of tenders shall be on Wednesday, 23rd September, 2015 by 2:00pm at the Ground Floor, Visitors waiting room.

Additional Information

  • Failure to satisfactorily fulfil the conditions as requested above will result to invalidation of such tender,
  • NDIC shall reserve the right to verify the authenticity of claim(s) made by the tendering parties.
  • NDIC shall reserve the right to reject any submission based on unverifiable information.
  • All financial bids should be quoted in Naira (N) for all Nigerian companies, while foreign-based companies should avail themselves with the most current (Prevailing) exchange rate.



Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (FMARD)

FCDA Complex, Area 11 -Garki, Abuja

Invitation for Expression of Interest (EOI) for the Development of Knowledge Management System (KMS) Framework for Agricultural Sector in Nigeria

The Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (FMARD) in pursuit of the development of inclusive and sustained growth framework in the Agricultural Sector has created a strategic initiative to enhance knowledge sharing between Stakeholders at the Federal State and Local Government levels, in furtherance of the initiative, Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (FMARD) in collaboration with UNDP/BMGF is desirous to develop a Knowledge Management System (KMS) Framework which will consolidate the Federal Government’s Policies in the Agricultural Sector and also foster learning and knowledge sharing between the Stakeholders. The Knowledge Management System (KMS) Framework was validated in April 2015 and it is expected to provide the background to the overall project.

(2)     In other to achieve the above, the Ministry hereby invites Expression of interest (EOI) from competent, interested eligible National and International IT Consultants/Companies for the provision of the service as stated below:

Lot Title Location
1 Development of knowledge management system (KMS) Framework for Agricultural Stakeholders in Nigeria. As indicated in the terms of reference

(3)     Eligibility Requirements

Interested Consulting Firms are to submit the following for further evaluation:

(i)         Certificate of Incorporation with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) and Forms (Co2 and Co7).

(ii)     Evidence of Tax Clearance Certificate from 2012, 2013 and 2014 verifiable from Federal Inland Revenue Services (FIRS).

(iii)    Evidence of VAT Registration and pass VAT remittance.

(iv)    Evidence of registration with PENCOM

(v)     Evidence of payment of training contributions to Industrial Training Fund


(vi)    Company’s audited accounts, for the last 3years; 2012, 2013 and 2014.

(vii)      Evidence of registration with Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP).

(viii)   Evidence of compliance with the Employee Compensation Act which requires that employers of labour must remit 1% of the total annual emolument of the workers to the Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF).

(ix)    Detailed Company/Organization’s Profile which should include signed CVs of key Personnel with evidence of previous experience.

(x)     Evidence of successful completion of 2 or more similar jobs in the past 5 years.

(xi)    Evidence of Membership of relevant Professional Institution will be an advantage.

(xii)   Evidence in Sub-Sahara Africa and ability to communicate effectively in English, will be an added advantage.

(xiii)  Any other document(s) to support the Firms qualification.

(4)     Additional Information

Portal Scalability and Hosting

The system should be capable of accommodating large number of users at any given time and a target of 5,000 contiguous users to be validated as minimum requirement. Hosting shall be done by a reliable party guaranteeing a minimum of 2 years with:

  • Minimum uptime of 99.9%
  • Daily System Backups
  • 24 hours Support

For more information about the Knowledge Management System (KMS) Framework visit ,

The Knowledge Management System (KMS) framework and combines the function of an e-library, Yellow pages, expert database and social network. It has relational components for information on organizational activities, documents, persons, good practices/solutions, Spaces are the core concept for organizing interaction between Stakeholders. The Knowledge Management System (KMS) should be tailored mobile device users using responsive web design principles.

(5)     Submission of Expression of Interest (EOI)

All EOIs documents must be submitted in Three (3) copies One (1) Original and Two (2) copies each separately sealed in envelopes clearly marked “Expression of Interest” and all sealed in a third envelope marked with the appropriate Project Title at the top right hand corner and deliver to the address below from the date of this publication and not later than 12.00noon, on 20th August, 2015.

The Secretary,

Ministerial Tenders Board,

Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development,

Ground Floor (Staff Canteen Block),

Area 11-Garki,


Between 8.00am to 4.00pm Monday-Friday (except on Public Holidays).

(6)     Opening of Expression of Interest (EOl)

Both electronic and hardcopies of the EOIs’ will be opened immediately after the closure of submission of bids at the Conference Room B, Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, FCDA Secretariat, Area 11 -Garki, Abuja in the presence of all Bidders in attendance. Late submission will be rejected.

(7)     Please Note That:

Only shortlisted Firms will be invited for submission of Request for Proposal (RfP). This advertisement shall not be construed as a commitment on the part of Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (FMARD) to appoint any Consultant nor shall it entitle any Consultant submitting documents to claim any indemnity from FMARD/UNDP. Interested applicants may obtain further information at the address above from.



Permanent Secretary.


in Partnership With    

Save the Children

Expression of Interest for Project Evaluation

Save the Children in partnership with Unilever committed to make a real difference in the lives of women and newborn babies in Nigeria; by giving mothers the care they need, and babies the right start to a healthy life; one that they deserve. Through Unilever’s support over three years, Save the Children implemented the quality of care project to improve the lives and health status of an estimated 435,000 mothers and their babies; 112,000 mothers and babies in 13 Health facilities across 6 LGAs in Jigawa state, and 323,000 mothers and babies in 27 facilities in 7 LGAs and LCDAs in Lagos state. The project also committed to build the capacity of 1,000 health care workers to provide quality health services and appropriate care to mothers and their babies as well as increased awareness among mothers and access to quality maternal and newborn health services.

The Quality of Care project was designed and implemented by following an integrated approach; involving Ward Development Committee (WDCs), supporting target Primary Healthcare Canters as agreed with SMoHs to implement multiple advocacy strategies addressing MNH issues at their ward

Purpose of the evaluation study:

The End line Evaluation of the Project on Quality of Care is to assess both the processes and outcomes of the project, collect robust evidence, document lessons learnt and best practices to inform future planning, strategy and practice of Save the Children, leadership of SMoH and other relevant bodies.

How to express your interest for planned evaluation

All Interested consultants/firms will be expected to submit the Expression of Interest using the Expression of Interest form. Kindly send email to for a copy of the EOI form. We will not consider CVs during this process. Please re-submit completed EOI forms using the above mentioned email address before the end of 18/08/2015. Only short listed candidate will be contacted.

Please note that applications will be treated as they are received and only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

In order to apply for more great opportunities, please visit our website on

For more information and to support our work, please visit our website on

Our selection processes reflect our commitment to safeguard children from abuse, our people are as diverse as the challenges we face.

Nursing & Midwifery Council of Nigeria

Established by Nursing and Midwifery Registration; Etc. Act

Cap N143, Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004)

 Invitation to Tender

(1)     Introduction

The Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria is a Parastatal of the Federal Ministry of Health. In accordance with the Provision of the Public Procurement Act, 2007, the Council hereby invites interested Companies/Agents to Tender for the followings:

Lot 1

Production of Nurses Badges  –        25,000 Units

Midwives Badges                    –        15,000 Units

(Specimen available for Sighting) 

Lot 2

Purchase and Installation of 250KVA Soundproof Generator (Perkins) – 2 Units


400/230 V – 3 phases, Perkins direct injector, Water-cooled diesel engine. 

(2)     Tender Requirements

Interested Companies are to submit the following:

(a)     Company’s Profile

(b)    Evidence of Registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC)

(c)      VAT Registration Certificate and evidence of past VAT remittance

(d)     Tax clearance Certificate for the last three (3) years

(e)      Evidence of Pension Registration and Remittance with the National Pension Commission

(f)      Evidence of Similar supplies/Contracts executed in the Last 3 years

(g)     Evidence of Financial capability/bank support

(h)     Evidence of payment of tender fee of N10,000 (Ten Thousand Naira) only, to the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria at First Bank of Nigeria, Account Number- 2014179152

(3)     Submission of Tender Documents

Technical and Financial Bid documents should be Enveloped, Sealed, and Waxed separately and addressed to:

The Ag, Secretary-General/Registrar,

Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria,

Plot 713,

After Julius Berger Camp,

Life Camp,


All sealed documents should be hand delivered by authorized representative of the Company/Agent to the Office of the Head of Procurement (Room 9), not later than 12: 00noon on August 2015

(4)     Opening of Tender Documents

All Tender Documents will be publicly opened at:

Venue:        Board Room, Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria,

Plot 713, After Julius Berger Camp, Life Camp, Abuja.

Date:          Wednesday, 26th August, 5015

Time:          1:00 Pm Prompt

All representatives of Companies/Agents that submitted Tender Documents and Civil/Transparency Societies are hereby invited.


Mr. Joko Ibrahim

For: Ag Secretary-General/Registrar


101, Yakubu Gowon Crescent,

Asokoro District       

P.M.B 401,

Abuja, Nigeria.



TEL: (234 – 9)314-74 27 -9

(234 – 9) 314-74 27 – 9

FAX: (234 – 9) 314-76 46

(234 – 9) 314-30 05

Invitation for Bids

LCB N°: COM/W/LCB/2015 

Design and Printing of Ecowas Newsletter (ECHOES) 

(1)     The ECOWAS Commission, within the framework of the execution of its budget intends to carry out the selection of eligible companies for the Design & Printing of ECOWAS Newsletter (ECHOES).

(2)     The ECOWAS Commission now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for the Design & Printing of ECOWAS Newsletter (ECHOES).

(3)     Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information and inspect the Bidding Documents at the Procurement Division of the Directorate of General Administration, 1st Floor ECOWAS Commission, 101 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokoro District, PMB 401, Abuja, Nigeria.

Electronic mail address:

(4)     A complete set of Bidding Documents may be purchased by interested bidders on the submission of a written application to the Director, General Administration and upon payment of a non-­refundable fee of Fifteen thousand (15,000) Naira only.

(5)     Bids should be delivered in a sealed envelope and deposited in the ECOWAS Tender Box located in the Office of Commissioner, General Administration & Conference, 5 Floor ECOWAS Commission, 101 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokoro District, PMB 401, Abuja, Nigeria

(6)     Bids should be clearly marked ‘Design & Printing of ECOWAS Newsletter (ECHOES), Do Not Open, Except in Presence of the Procurement Committee’ on or before 11.00 am on Thursday, September 10, 2015 at the latest and should clearly indicate Price, Specifications, Delivery and Validity Period.

(7)     Bids must be accompanied by a Bid Security (bank guarantee or insurance bond) of One Hundred and Sixty Thousand Naira Only (N160,000.00).

(8)     Bids will be opened in the presence of bidders’ representatives who choose to attend on Thursday, September 10, 2015 at 11.30 am at ECOWAS Commission, 101, Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokoro, Abuja, Nigeria.

This invitation for Bids is also published in the ECOWAS Website

Mr. Stephen NARTEY

Commissioner, General Administration and Conference

University of Nigeria, Nsukka Nigeria

Office of the Registrar 

Advertisement for Pre-Qualification and Tender for Procurement of Engineering Workshop & Laboratory Equipment under the NLNG University Support Programme at University of Nigeria, Nsukka

The University of Nigeria invites interested companies/firms to the prequalification and tender exercise for the execution of the Engineering Workshop & Laboratory Equipment under the NLNG University Support Programme, University of Nigeria, Nsukka.

 No. Description of Project Reference Nos
1 Procurement of Workshop & Laboratory Equipment for the Department of Agricultural and Bioresources Engineering Reference No. UNN/ NLNG/2015/01
2 Procurement of Workshop & Laboratory Equipment for the Department of     Civil Engineering Reference No. UNN/ NLNG/2015/02
3 Procurement of Workshop & Laboratory Equipment for the Department of Electronic Engineering Reference No. UNN/ NLNG/2015/03
4 Procurement of Workshop & Laboratory Equipment for the Department of Electrical Engineering Reference No. UNN/ NLNG/2015/04
5 Procurement of Workshop & Laboratory Equipment for the Department of Mechanical Engineering Reference No. UNN/



6 Procurement of Workshop & Laboratory Equipment for the Department of Metallurgical and Material Engineering Reference No. UNN/

NLNG/ 2015 /06

Scope of Works and Project Description:

This consists of supply and installation of Engineering Workshop and laboratory equipment to provide world class teaching and learning / research environment.


Competent and interested companies who have the requisite experience, equipment and plants and desire to execute the project are required to submit their Firms Profiles which must include but not limited to the following documents:

(i)      Evidence of incorporation of the company with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC).

(ii)     Evidence of Recent Annual Returns to Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC).

(iii)    Evidence of Current Tax Clearance Certificate i.e. (2010, 2011 and 2012)

(iv)    Evidence of VAT Certificate and VAT remittances to Federal Inland Revenue Services (FIRS)

(v)     Company Profile with list of staff, including curriculum vitae, competencies, qualifications, registration with relevant professional bodies and experience of key personnel.

(vi)    Evidence of previous similar projects undertaken in the past five (5) years including scope of project, site of project, contract sum, evidence of successful completion of the project (interim/final valuation certificates).

(vii)   Evidence of possession of plants and equipment and a listing of such plants as possessed/owned by the firm. State location of the plants and equipment for ease of verification.

(viii)  Evidence of Current Audited Accounts of Firm for the last three (3) years i.e. (2010, 2011 and 2012).

(ix)    Evidence of Financial Capability and Banking Support (bank reference), bank statements of account for the last three months and letter authorizing the University to verify same from the bank.

(x)     Sworn affidavit that: (a) The Firm is not bankrupt

(b)     None of the Directors is an ex-convict or bankrupt.

(xi)    Articulated work plan and methodology

(xii)   Evidence of Employees Retirement Savings Accounts (RSA) with the Pension Fund Administrator.

(xiii)  Evidence of remitting Employer and Employee Pension Contributions to the appropriate pension fund custodian.

(xiv) Evidence of transferring all pension funds and asset prior to the commencement of the pension Reform Act to licensed pension operators.

(xv)   Please state clearly your Company’s full contact address, GSM Phone number and e-mail address for ease of communication.

Method of Application:

Eligible companies/firms who desire to be pre-qualified for this project are required to prepare and submit their pre-qualification documents in one (1) hard copy and one (1) soft copy in a sealed envelope clearly marked on top: Pre-Qualification and Tender for Procurement of Engineering Workshop & Laboratory Equipment under the NLNG University Support Programmeat University of Nigeria, Nsukka 

(State clearly the Reference Number and Description please) and addressed to:


Registrar and Secretary to the

Council, University of Nigeria, Nsukka

Deadline for Submission:

Pre-qualification documents should be submitted and dropped into the box at Room 226, Registrar’s office, University of Nigeria, Nsukka latest August 24, 2015 on or before 12.00 noon. Pre-Qualification documents will be opened on the same day in the NUGA Secretariat, UNN by 1.00 pm in the presence of all representatives of the companies who choose to attend.

All pre-qualified contractors/firms will be communicated in writing to collect the financial bid documents and would be required to pay the stipulated tender fees for the Projects. The completed financial bid documents would be returned not later than 21st September 2015.


All enquiries should be directed to: The Registrar, University of Nigeria, Nsukka 

Please note that response to this invitation shall not oblige the University to consider any responding firm/company for pre-qualification. All costs incurred as a result of response to this invitation and any subsequent requests for information shall be borne by the responding firm/company.

A.I. Okonta FIIA, FCAI.



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