Tender for Procurement of Project Vehicles
The Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH; “Nigeria Country Office”, financed by Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development of Germany, would like to procure One (1) Station Wagon Vehicle 2014 or 2015 model with specifications;
At least l.8 to 2.0 Ltr Engine Capacity, Leather Wrapped Steering, Power Steering, Antilock Brake Systems (ABS), Air Bags, Air Conditioner, Power Windows Systems, CD Player /FM Radio System with USB, Fabric Seats, Automatic Transmission, Anti-theft lock and Keyless entry, 5 Seater with wide boot space.
Accordingly, GIZ invites interested dealers to furnish GIZ Nigeria Country Office with the following:
(a) A quotation which should take the form of a Pro Forma Invoice, stating the technical specifications and giving unit and total prices for the item(s). The total price should be broken down as follows: Net price ex stock; Cost of packing; Transport costs; VAT; Total price.
(i) Delivery address: 4 Julius Nyerere Crescent, Asokoro, Abuja
(ii) Date of delivery: Please indicate your shortest delivery time
(iii) Terms of payment — Immediately after delivery
(iv) Terms of warranty, etc
(b) Comprehensive company profile
(c) Evidence of registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC)
(d) Evidence of being certified car dealers and/or adequate and reliable certificates including certificate of origin
(e) Evidence of experience with previous similar Jobs
For consideration, all interested bidders should submit the aforementioned documents as a hard copy in a sealed envelope to GIZ Nigeria Office reception at No. 4 Julius Nyerere Crescent, Asokoro, Abuja labelled:
“Station Wagon Vehicle 91093306 “,
as an email attachment to email@example.com with email subject line:” Station Wagon Vehicle 91093306″.
Only complete quotations and documents received at the physical address or email address indicatednot later than 26th October, 2015 will be accepted and considered.
Please note that you are bound by your offer for six (6) weeks from deadline of submission of all offers. The successful tender will be selected through a competitive process.
Call for Consultancy Services: Review Peace Architectures in Adamawa, Plateau & Gombe States
Promoting Women’s Engagement in Peace & Security in Northern Nigeria
(1) Position Information
Job Code Title: National Consultant, Women Peace & Security (WPS)
Duty Station: Abuja, Nigeria
Pre-classified Grade: National Consultant, Fee + DSA + Travel costs
Duration: Seventy Five (75) days
Supervisors: Programme Manager – WPS, UN Women Nigeria Country Office UN WPS Section HQ.
Application Deadline: 23rd October,2015
The United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women) is implementing a programme funded by the European Union which pilots a model for EU/UN collaboration on Women, Peace and Security in Northern Nigeria. The programme tagged “Promoting Women’s Engagement in peace and security in Northern Nigeria” supports the Federal Government, three Northern States of Nigeria (Adamawa, Gombe and Plateau), and selected constituted Local Government Areas (LGAs) to strengthen women’s leadership, advance gender equality and improve protection for women and children in conflict settings. Efforts are also being made to replicate some activities in Borno and Yobe States. The 3-Year programme (2014-2017) is composed of three inter-locked components, each with their own specific objectives:
(1) Strengthening women’s role in conflict prevention. Peace-making and peace building;
(2) Mitigating the impact of conflict upon women and girls; and
(3) Establishing a conducive environment for the implementation of UNSCR 1325 and monitoring of equality commitments in Nigeria.
A critical deliverable for the programme is the review of existing peace and security architecture from a gender and human rights perspective in the three target slates. To this end, UN Women intends to engage a Nigerian national consultant who will form a team and lead the process of the review. The review will build on findings of the baseline survey for the programme and other related work,
The Review will identify gaps and opportunities to engage women in regional, national and local conflict prevention. peacemaking and peace building structures and responses, it will also recommend strategies to fill these gaps and suggest approaches for a more effective gender-sensitive and gender-responsive peace and security architecture. The recommendations should also include ways in which relations among the state and non-state actors can be strengthened, Although State-level peace architecture was analyzed in the Baseline Survey, a detailed review will be prepared by the consultant. The review will contain findings and recommendations to state government to strengthen the gender dimension of State Peace and Security architecture and synergy among key actors.
The Lead Consultant is required to possess a minimum of a Master’s degree or equivalent in security studies,
gender studies, social sciences or related disciplines.
The Lead Consultant is required to possess substantive relevant work experience; specifically:
- A minimum of 15 years of relevant national and international experience in women peace and security research;
- A minimum of 15 years of demonstrated international experience in conducting gender analysis and developing gender responsive policies, programs and strategies;
- Strong knowledge of the women, peace and security agenda, in particular the implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 1325 and subsequent resolutions;
- Demonstrated competencies in the application of gender analysis tools and methodologies:
- Demonstrated competencies in the conduct of participatory multi-stakeholder approaches;
Duration for the Assignment:
The duration of the consultancy is 75 days, commencing by November 2015, following the signing of contract
Submission of Proposal:
All bidders are required to submit their technical and financial proposals, as well as CVs proposed team members, showing their qualification, technical competence and experience relevant to the assignment. This should be submitted via email: procurement.Nigeria@unwomen.org or hard copy to: Programme Manager, UN Women WAEC Building 2nd Floor, 10 Zambezi Crescent PMB 2851, Maitama Abuja, Nigeria,
The subject for the application should be Submission of Proposal for the Review of Peace and Security Architecture.
For Additional Information:
Interested Consultants are encouraged to log on to:
https://job.undp.org-view job ,cfm?cur jobjd=60706 for additional information and guidance.
23rd October, 2015
University of Lagos, Nigeria
Board of Survey
Sale of Unserviceable Vehicles
The University of Lagos (Board of Survey) has approved the boarding of the following unserviceable vehicles:
|LOT No.||MAKE OF VEHICLES||REG. NO.|
|1||Nissan Primera Saloon||FG 63 M50|
|2||Peugeot 406 Saloon||FG 103 M50|
|3||Peugeot 504 Saloon||FG 15 M50|
|4||Villager Mercury Bus||FG 122 M50|
|5||Ford Windster Bus||FG 286 M50|
|6||Isuzu Trooper Jeep||FG 40 M50|
|7||Mitsubishi Lancer Saloon||FG 238 M50|
|8||Nissan Quest Bus||FG 66 M50|
|9||Nissan Atima Saloon||No Number|
|10||Mazda Pick-Up||FG 90 M50|
|11||Bedford Lorry||LA 8114 SE|
|12||Toyota Previa Bus||FG 25 M50|
|13||Nissan Pick-Up Van||No Number|
|14||Nissan Sunny Car||FG 107 M50|
|15||Peugeot 504 Car||AF 504 MKA|
|16||Nissan Quest||FG l0l M50|
|17||Mercedes Benz 1113 Delivery Truck||FG 89 M50|
|18||Peugeot 504 Saloon||AP 77 LND|
|19||Peugeot 406 Saloon||FG 212 M50|
|20||Nissan Serena Bus||DD 323 SMK|
|21||Peugeot 504 Saloon||FG 138 M50|
|22||Toyota Coaster Bus||FG 95 M50|
|23||Cheroke-Jeep||FG 67 M50|
|24||Peugeot 504 Saloon||BC 617 SMK|
|25||Peugeot 504 Pick-Up||FG 292 M50|
|26||Toyota Venture||FG 97 M50|
|27||Toyota Dyna Light Truck||FG 177 M50|
|28||Peugeot 504||FG 330 M50|
|29||Ford Windstar||FG 170 M50|
|30||Nissan Pick-Up||No Number|
Interested members of the public should bid for the above listed unserviceable vehicles in sealed envelopes and submit same under confidential cover to the following address:
The Registrar’s Office
Bids Box 5th Floor,
University of Lagos
All bids must be submitted to the above address not later than 27th October 2015. No late submission of bids shall be entertained. Inspection of the said vehicles shall be done at the designated boarding place – Works & Physical Planning Premises between 9.00am and 3.00pm (Monday – Friday).
Interested persons will pay a bid’s fee of Two Thousand Naira only (N2, 000.00) for each vehicle intoUnilag Remittal Account at UBA Plc. Unilag Branch.
No prospective bidder shall bid for more than two (2) vehicles; otherwise he/she stands disqualified. The LOT No. of each vehicle should be stated at the top left hand corner of the sealed envelope. Vehicles would be sold on “as it is basis”.
Dr. (Mrs.) Taiwo Folasade Ipaye, fNIM
Registrar & Secretary to Council
Federal Government of Nigeria
Federal Ministry of Finance
Graduate Internship Scheme (GIS)
Request for Expression of Interest (EOI) for Consultancy Services for Impact Evaluation of Graduate Internship Schme (GIS)
Consultant’s Qualification – EOI No. GIS/CQS/14/10
The Federal Government policy to discontinue petroleum subsidy is to eliminate the huge financial burden it poses on government and committed to subsidy apply to critical areas of human needs that will stimulate economic growth and citizen empowerment. In order to cushion the effect of the oil subsidy removal on the poor, government initiated the Subsidy Reinvestment and Empowerment Programme (SURE-P)
Graduate Internship Scheme (GIS) was introduced as one of the Social Safety Net components of SURE-P to address the plight of unemployed graduates. Under the scheme, graduates are placed into pre-selected firms, private and public sector organizations, and nongovernmental organizations on a one year internship. The interns are expected to acquire professional skills, training and work experience to improve their job placement opportunities. The participating firms/institutions and organizations are expected to formulate mentorship plan and implement same geared towards enhancing employ ability capacities of interns while the Federal government pays the interns monthly stipend upon confirmed fulfillment of core responsibilities as submitted to partnering institutions/firma and organization.
The Graduate Internship Scheme (GIS) has the following objectives:
(i) Enhance the employability skills of 50,000 unemployed graduates across the 36 states and the FCT
(ii) Improving their skills base through internship programmes in pre – selected organizations
(iii) Provide a safety net and income supplement for unemployed graduates
(iv) Reduce the vulnerability of unemployed graduates
(v) Build manpower base towards attaining national development goals.
The Federal Ministry Finance through the Graduate internship Scheme (GIS) intends to apply a portion of her 2015 Budget Appropriation for Consultancy Services for Impact Assessment of Graduate Internship Scheme (GIS) in thirty-six (36) states of the federation and FCT
(2) Objectives of Study
The study is meant to among other things establish the impact of the project in achieving its objectives as highlighted in above. It will also identify challenges and suggest ways to improve on the scheme for optimization of its benefits.
(3) Scope of Assignment
Consultant will be expected to submit proposal on a comprehensive Terms of Reference detailing the scope of the assignment as contained in the bidding document. Each Lot is on the basis of duster of states and no consultant can bid for more than two lots.
(4) Consultants’ Qualification and Skills Requirement.
Prospective service providers are expected to have:
(a) minimum of five years’ experience working in the field of development
(b) undertaken at least two impact evaluation studies (evidenced)
(c) good knowledge of capacity building, skills development of individuals and organizations
(d) Experience in monitoring and evaluation of development projects evidenced
(e) Evidence of registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC). Copies of Certificates of incorporation and Articles and Memorandum of Association should be submitted.
(f) 3 Years Audited Accounts for 2012,2013 and 2014.
(g) 3 Years Tax Clearance Certificate for 2012,2013 and 2014.
(h) Evidence of VAT registration (colour photocopy of Certificate should be submitted).
(i) Evidence of Compliance with Pension Reform Act, 2014.
(j) Evidence of Contribution to Nigeria Industrial Training Fund (ITF).
(k) All relevant information concerning physical address, telephone, fax, e-mail of the company and its representative.
(l) Evidence of Financial capability (attach copy of recent Bank Statement).
(m) Evidence of VAT and Tax Remittance.
(5) Collection of Bid Documents:
Bidding documents will be collected from the Assistant Director (procurement),
Graduate internship Scheme 4th Floor, Room 420, Federal Ministry of Finance, Headquarter, Ahmadu Bello Way, Abuja from 13th October, 2015 on presentation of Bank
Draft of payment of a non-refundable processing fee of ₦20,000.00 (Twenty Thousand Naira) only. Per Lot in favour of Graduate Internship Scheme (GIS)
(6) Submission of Bids:
Both Technical and Financial Bids must be in separate envelopes and clearly marked appropriately“Expression of interest – Consultancy Services for Impact Evaluation of Graduate Internship Schme (GIS)” and enclosed in two separate sealed envelopes; one technical and other financial addressed to
The Permanent Secretary,
Federal Ministry of Finance
Central Business District
Ahmadu Bello Way Abuja.
The sealed documents are to be submitted to the Procurement Office, Room 420,4th Floor, Federal Ministry of Finance, Abuja, not later than 12 noon on 4th November, 2015.
(7) Bid Opening;
Bid Opening shall be carried out by 2 p.m. on 4th November, 2015 at the Federal Ministry of Finance Main Auditorium, Ground Floor, in the presence of all bidders or representatives who choose to attend.
(i) Consulting firms will be selected in accordance with the Consultants Qualification selection method set out in the BPP Consultant Guidelines.
(ii) Late submission will not be entertained.
(iii) The Graduate Internship Scheme reserves the right to reject any document it considers to be doubtful authentically or not in line with any of the conditions stated above.
(iv) This notice shall not be construed to be a commitment in the part of the project to award any form of contract to any respondent nor shall it entitle any organization to claim any indemnity from the scheme
(v) Interested observers are invited to witness the Bid opening exercise at the time and address stated above.
Central Business District
Federal Ministry of Finance
Federal Government Girls’ College Lejja (FGGC Lejja)
P.M.B. 2040 Nsukka
Execution of projects at Federal Government Girls’ College Lejja
Federal Government Girls’college Lejja here by invites reputable contractors to tender for the following 2015 MDG projects.
|Lot 1||Renovation of old dining hall||FGGC Lejja|
|Lot2||Reticulation of water||FGGC Lejja|
|Lot 3||Construction of 20 No VIP Toilets and Bathrooms||FGGC Lejja|
Tendering shall be conducted through Nation competitive bidding specified in the procurement Act of 2007 and is open to all tenders
(1) Company profile
(2) Current (3) Year Tax clearance Certificates
(3) Vat Certificate
(4) Evidence of Registration with Corporate Affairs Commission
(5) Evidence of Similar Job executed by the Company within 3 years
(i) Contractors shall collect tender documents from the Principal’s Office
(ii) All duly completed tenders shall be submitted in an envelope, sealed and marked for each lot being applied for. All submissions must reach the college on or before 27th October 2015. and addressed to the Principal, F.G.G.C Lejja.
(iii) The Bid will be publicly opened at 1:00pm on the closure of receipt bill at 12.pm. You are hereby invited as well as NGOs.
(iv) The college reserves the right to reject any or all tenders
(v) Bidders should pay the sum of ₦20,000.00 to F.G.G.C Lejja before collection of the bid documents.
Principal, (F.G.G.C LEJJA)
Call for Expressions of Interest for the Supply and Installation of Solar PV System for the Nigerian Energy Support Programme (NESP) Office, Abuja
|Commissioning party||Nigerian Energy Support Programme (NESP)
on behalf of the Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH Dag-Hammarskjold-Weg 1-5
D-65760 Eschborn; Germany Tel. +49-(0)6196-79-0
|Your contact person is||Procurement firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Brief project title||NESP – Office PV System (Supply and Installation)|
|Country||Federal Republic of Nigeria|
|Period of Cooperation||10/2015 – 09/2017|
|Project description and sector||Nigeria is blessed with abundant solar radiation (3.5 – 7.5 kWh/m2/day), and more specifically 5.45 kWh/m2/day for Abuja. The objective of this project is to design and install a solar photovoltaic (PV) system at the GIZ Nigerian Energy Support Programme (NESP) office to demonstrate the technical, economic and financial viability of PV system energy integration into office building energy consumption.
NESP is therefore requesting a proposal for a complete turn-key PV system. This will include the design, supply, installation, and maintenance of an estimated 12 KW PV system at the NESP office, in Asokoro, Abuja.
The system will supply power to the following loads:
· Office security lights
· Office internet server system + AC (Server Room). The server system can be supplied through the PV system, and the grid power whenever necessary.
· Office garden lights
· Office recess lights
The proposed isolated off grid system aims at demonstrating not only the viability of integrating PV systems into office buildings, but also the relevance of clean energy technologies (energy efficiency measures and technologies) in the NESP building.
|Selection Process||The selection process will consist of two rounds:
· The first round is the current Call for Expressions of Interest (EoI). The selection criteria consists mainly of the candidates’ experiences and references in this field and the general ability to meet the project expectations. Only Shortlisted companies in this category will qualify for the second selection round.
· The second round is a Call for Written Request for Proposal/Tender. During this round, the shortlisted companies will have opportunity to carry out an assessment of the facility and the site for the installation.
More information about the second selection round will be provided after the first selection round and only to the shortlisted companies.
|Content of Expression of Interest||The interested companies are expected to fill in and submit an application form with crucial information to be provided in development of the project which includes:
· Company Profile
· Similar Projects Reference and contact persons
· Short CVs of experienced personnel involved and their specific role during the implementation of the project. Specify the team leader
· Short Project Development Plan for similar installation
All assessment will be done strictly on the basis of the duly completed application form.
If you have the desired capacity and are interested, please download the application form from this link https://www.dropbox.com/longin , using the following log in details:
Username: email@example.com Password: Procure@123#
All completed application forms should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org no later than later than 19th October, 2015, with subject “EOI NESP – Office PV System (Supply and Installation)”
Note: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted after the first round no later than on 26thOctober 2015.
You will receive a brief notification if you were not considered for the second
Federal University Wukari
Katsina – Ala Road
Wukari, Taraba State
Invitation to Tender
(1) The Federal University Wukari in its effort to implement its Approved Federal Capital Projects Allocation for the year 2014, hereby invites interested and reputable Contractors to submit Tenders for the purpose of Pre-qualification and financial tender.
|S/No||Description of Projects||Lot No.|
|1||Construction of Gate House 2||Lot. 1|
|2||Construction of Erosion Control Channels||Lot. 2|
|3||Supply of Vehicles||Lot. 3|
|4||Landscaping of Built UP Areas||Lot. 4|
(2) Prequalification Criteria
Interested Contractors/Suppliers are invited to submit the following documents:
(i) Evidence of incorporation of company with Corporate Affairs Commission.
(ii) Company Audited Account for the last three (3) years.
(iii) Evidence of Current Tax Clearance Certificate.
(iv) Provision of Tax Identification Number (TIN).
(v) Evidence of compliance with Pension Reform Act.
(vi) Evidence of compliance with ITF Amendment Act 2011.
(vii) Evidence of Financial capability and banking support.
(viii) Evidence of similar and verifiable projects executed not just awarded within the last three (3) years and knowledge of the Industry.
(ix) Company’s Annual turnover.
(x) Evidence of VAT registration.
(xi) Comprehensive Company profile and organizational structure.
(xii) Evidence of availability of necessary equipment.
(xiii) Evidence of technical capacity.
(xiv) Evidence of Experience / Technical nullification and experience of key personnel to be deployed on the project.
(xv) Sworn Affidavit attesting to the authenticity of information provided and that such information is true in every respect and that the company is not in receivership and none of its Directors has ever been convicted of fraudulent activity.
(xvi) Evidence of Payment of Processing fee of N50,000.00 in bank draft in favour of “Federal University Wukari” and to be inserted in the tender document to be submitted to the University
(3) Verification of Claims:
Please note that Federal University Wukari reserves the right to verify claims made in the Pre-qualification documents submitted by interested contractors / Suppliers.
(4) Collection of Tender Document
Financial bid documents containing full specifications, designs and drawings, un-priced Bills of Quantities are available for collection as from Monday, 19th October, 2015 to be obtained from the Head of Procurement, Federal University Wukari, Taraba State upon presentation of evidence of payment of a non refundable fee of Fifty Thousand Naira (N50, 000.00) only.
(5) Submission and Public Opening of Tender Documents:
(a) Two copies of Technical Tender documents to be submitted must be in a sealed envelope and marked at the top-right hand corner of the envelope “Prequalification Tender for (Project name and lot number)”
(b) A copy of the financial Tender document i.e. priced Bill of Quantities to be submitted must be in a sealed envelope and marked at the top right hand corner of the envelope, “Financial Tender for (Project name and lot number)”
(c) All envelopes should be addressed to:
The Registrar, Federal University Wukari,
Katsina – Ala Road
Wukari, Taraba State
And drop in Tender Box at Administrative Building of the Federal University Wukari, Taraba State.
(d) The submission of this Tender will close by 12.00 noon Monday, 30th November, 2015 and tenders shall be opened publicly on same date Monday, 30th November, 2015 by 12.00 noon at the Large Lecture hall, Multipurpose building. University Campus in the presence of all interested bidders or their representatives or NGOs in attendance.
(e) Only bidders that are prequalified will have their Financial Tenders opened.
(f) Members of Civil Societies, Relevant Authorities and General Public are also invited to attend the Opening.
(g) Tenderers that are interested in more than one project or lot must apply separately for each Lot of the projects.
(h) The University shall not enter into correspondence with any unsuccessful bidder.
Federal University Wukari
Federal Government of Nigeria
Federal Ministry of Education
Federal Science and Technical College, Otukpo
Invitation for Tender for the implementation of 2015 Project
The Federal Government of Nigeria has provided funds in the 2015 appropriation for federal science and Technical College, Otukpo through Federal Ministry of Education (FME) and the school is desirous to utilize the fund to procure works. therefore services of experienced contractors are required to procure the following works and as listed below:
(A) Construction of perimeter fencing.
Interested and competent contractors wishing to carry out the above job are required to submit the following documents which will be subjected to verification by the school:
(a) Evidence of registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC);
(b) Evidence of Current Tax clearance certificate for the last three (3) years ending in December 2015.
(c) Evidence of VAT registration certificate with Tin number.
(d) Names of Bankers with references
(e) Evidence of financial capability to execute the project:
(f) Company profile with CVs of key officers including photocopies of relevant professional/technical qualifications:
(g) Evidence of registration with relevant professional bodies such as ARCON,COREN,CORBON,etc for section A(works component) only:
(h) List of verifiable of construction equipment indicating ownership or lease agreement.
(i) Verifiable evidence of successful completion of similar works within the past three(3) years and attach copies of letters of awards and certificates of successful completion:
(j) Evidence of issuance of compliance certificate to all organizations by PENCOM in line with pension reform Act 2004 (as amended):
(k) Evidence of compliance with the amended industrial training fund act, 2011:
(l) Evidence of compliance with relevant provision of the NSITF Act:
(m) Submission of an interim Registration Report (IRR) as evidence of registration on the National Database of contractor, consultants, and service providers in line with section 5(h) and 6(i)(f) of the public procurement Act, 2007.
(n) Evidence of certification by the financial reporting council of Nigeria (FRCN):
(o) A sworn affidavit disclosing whether or not any officer of Federal science and Technical College, Otukpo or BPP is a former or present Director.
Shareholder or has any pecuniary interest in the bidder and confirm that all information presented in its bid are true and correct in all particular.
N.B: The above listed requirement shall form paid of the bids evolution criteria and non-compliance with any of the stated conditions shall result in automatic disqualification of the bidder
Bidding will be conducted through National competitive
Bidding (NCB) procedures as specified in the 2007 public procurement Act.
Interested eligible bidder may obtain further information form school’s Tenders Board and inspect the bidding documents between 9.00am till 3.30pm (Mondays-Fridays) except public holidays. the address is Federal Science and Technical College, Otukpo, Benue State.
Collection of Documents
A complete set of bidding documents shall be collected by interested bidders from the address in paragraph 5 above on the submission of written application for not more than two(2) lots accompanied by a non-refundable fee of twenty thousand Naira (₦20,000.00) per lot in certified bank draft payable to Federal Science and Technical College, Otukpo.
The bidding documents will be collected by hand by bidder’s representative.
Submission of Tender Documents
The completed tender should be enveloped, sealed and marked on top left hand corner with the inscription and deposited in the Tender Box at the address in paragraph 5 above on or Federal Science and Technical College, Otukpo. before 12. noon on 23rd November, 2015. Late bids will be rejected.
Public Opening of Bids
Bids shall be opened on 23rd November at 1.00pm in the address below in the presence of the bidder’s representatives, and interest members of the public Bid opening venue shall be at:
Office of the School Tenders Board.
Federal Science and Technical College. Otukpo. Benue State.
Nothing in this advertisement shall be construed as a commitment on the part of the ministry to award any or all the above listed projects.
Federal Science and Technical College, Otukpo.
Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3)
Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs HC3 Nigeria Malaria and Family Planning
Expressions of Interest (EOI) for Media Buying Agencies
Release Date: Friday 9th October 2015
EOIs DUE; Monday 19th October 2015 5:00 PM 2015
The Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3) Project under the Johns Hopkins University Center for Communication Programs (JHUCCP) is implementing a comprehensive Social and Behavior Change Malaria and Family Planning project in Nigeria that will combine interpersonal/community mobilization (IPC/CM) activities with mass media and health facility-based activities. This RFP seeks to determine the interest of media buying agencies that can support HC3 Nigeria Malaria and Family Planning Project in the airing of a television and radio mass media campaign that will run from approximately October 2015, through September 2016. In particular, the agency will work with HC3 Nigeria to purchase and monitor television and radio time on selected national and state level channels.
The scope of work awarded to the winning bid will be to secure television and radio air time on national and selected state channels, monitor actual broadcasting against the plan, negotiate with media houses and ensure compliance, and provide certified broadcasting reports to JHUCCP.
The HC3 Nigeria health campaigns will air between October 2015 and September 2016.
Evaluation Criteria for Reviewing the EOIs
The criteria for evaluation of all EOIs will be scored out of a potential of 100 points. The points will be assigned as follows:
Past Experience: Demonstrated experience with media buying in Nigeria both on national stations and at state level in all Zones of the nation. (30 points)
Discounts and Value: Demonstrated ability and history of passing on significant discounts to clients.(30 points)
Media Planning: Demonstrated ability to develop a clear, detailed and competent media strategy and media plan in the Nigerian context. Provide past examples of media buying strategy and media broadcast plans from previous clients. (40 points)
Interested parties are to email an expression of interest with full contact details by: 19th October 2015 at 5pm Abuja Time
Email EOIs to: email@example.com
The subject line should read “HC3 Malaria Nigeria EOI”
Through this EOI, JHUCCP wants to identify interested and capable agencies to plan and oversee media buying and monitoring for the project mass media materials. Only shortlisted organizations will be contacted and requested to submit full applications based on their EOIs. Applicants must provide all required information in its EOIs or may be deemed non-responsive. JHUCCP reserves the right (but is not under obligation to do so) to enter into discussions with one or more applicants in order to obtain clarifications, additional detail, or to suggest refinements in the application. Oral discussions may be conducted. Issuance of this request for EOI does not constitute an award commitment on the part of JHUCCP or its funding agency. Expressions of Interest are submitted at the risk of the applicant and all preparation and submission costs are at the applicant’s expense. JHUCCP reserves the right to fund any or none of the applications submitted, and reserves the right to award either the entire scope of work to one applicant or a partial scope of work to more than one applicant.
Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN)
Invitation for Pre-qualification of Maintenance Contractors for SCADA, Communication, ICT Equipment and General Works under 2015/2016 Budgets
The Transmission Company of Nigeria, Independent System Operation (ISO) Division hereby invites interested and eligible contractors with relevant repair / installation experience in Communication, SCADA and ICT Equipment as well as General Works to make submissions for pre-qualification for the following projects:.
Lot 1: Maintenance / Repairs of Communication infrastructure
Lot 2: SCADA Facilities
Lot 3: ICT Equipment in ISO Headquarters and Regional Control Centres
Lot 4: General Works, i.e. Drilling of bore Holes, rehabilitation of roads and erosion control in substations etc.
Bidding period: 12th October, 2015 – 10th November, 2015
Bids closing and opening date: 10th November, 2015 at 11am.
(Opening of bids holds immediately after closing of submission of bids at 11 am, 10th Nov. 2015)
(2.0) Eligibility for Pre-Qualification
(i) Certificate of Incorporation issued by Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) with forms C02 and C07.
(ii) Three (3) years (2012 – 2014) Tax Clearance Certificate.
(iii) Value Added Tax Registration Certificate and evidence of remittance.
(iv) Evidence of Certificate of Compliance with PENCOM.
(v) Evidence of compliance with the Industrial Training Fund Amendment Act, 2011.
(vi) Company Profile and evidence of verifiable and successfully executed projects or on-going by the company within the last (5) years which should include names, CVs and copies of certificates for each key staff.
(vii) Evidence of Financial capability and bank support.
(3.0) Submission of Pre-Qualification Documents
Completed bid documents should be enclosed in a sealed envelope labelled “prequalification” (One original and one copy with soft copy) marked at the right hand corner indicating appropriate project tittle and lot number and name of bidder clearly written at the reverse side and addressed to:
The General Manager (Procurement) ISO
Transmission Company of Nigeria-TCN
No. 14, Zambezi Crescent, Maitama, Abuja
(4.0) Closing and Opening Schedules
All applicants’ documents should reach the above office address, Room 133, TCN CHQs on or before Tuesday, 10th November, 2015 at 11am.
The bids opening holds immediately after closing at 11am, on the 10th November, 2015 at TCN CHQs Auditorium, 2nd Floor, TCN CHQs
(1) Contravening of the conditions in paragraph 2 (i-vii) could lead to disqualification of bid, Only successful pre-qualified companies will be invited to bid.
(2) Late submission will not be considered under any circumstance.
(3) Nothing in this advert shall be construed to be a commitment on TCN-ISO.
(4) TCN-ISO reserves the right to take decisions on any document received and not obligated to accept any bid.
All bidders or their representatives, relevant Professional Bodies and NGOs are invited to witness the Public Opening of Bids.
For further information / clarification, please contact: General Manager (TS)SO-08029458536,firstname.lastname@example.org / 08033460673 (Text only please)
Nigerian Institute of Mining and Geosciences (NIMG)
N0.1 Metropolitan Avenue.
PM.B. 2183 Jos,
Plateau State Nigeria.
Invitation to Tender For Year 2015 Capital Projects
Applications are hereby invited from reputable and reputable contractors/consultants with relevant experience and good track record to tender for the under-listed construction projects and consultancy.
LOT 1: Re-activation and rehabilitation of mineral processing equipment for student practical training at mining community resource centre.
LOT 2: Strategic empowerment programme for Jama’are/ITAS-Gadau Federal constituency, Bauchi state
Scope of Works
The scope of work and the specifications will be contained in the standard bidding document (SBD) to be issued to bidders in respect of each project.
(2.0) Qualification Requirements.
Interested and eligible contractors/consultants are required to meet the following criteria.
(a) Evidence of registration with corporate affairs commission (CAC) by inclusion of certificate of incorporation and articles of association.
(b) Last 3 years (2012, 2013, & 2014) Tax clearance certificates
(c) Evidence of compliance with Pension Reform Act 2004 by inclusion of PENCOM compliance certificate.
(d) Evidence of VAT Registration and remittances
(e) Detailed company profile and organizational structure including Name and telephone numbers of key personnel (Technical/managerial)
(f) Possession of experience as a Prime Contractor in at least five (5) projects of similar nature and complexity with veritable letters of contract award and certificates of job completion within the last 5years (to comply with this requirement, work quoted should be at least 70%physically completed)
(g) Evidence of financial capabilities reference letter from a reputable bank and statement of accounts.
(h) For joint venture include memorandum of understanding
(i) Having annual auditors report for at least 3year (2012, 2013,2014) statement of affaire for pioneer company
(j) Evidence of compliance with industrial training Fund (ITF) Amendment Act 2011 by inclusion of certificate of compliance from industrial Training
(k) Bidders should include 2% bid security from contractors/suppliers.
(l) Evidence of registration with the Bureau of Public procurement national database of federal Contractors. Consultants and Service providers.
Interested companies are to obtain Tender/Bid Document from the procurement unit of the institute on presentation of non-refundable Tender processing fee receipt of ₦20, 000,00 per lot. Only the submissions which fulfil the requirement stated above will be considered.
Technical and financial documents should be packaged in separate envelopes identifying the contents as either Technical or financial document sealed and addressed to:
Nigerian Institute of Mining and Geosciences,
No1 Metropolitan Avenue, Jos Plateau state.
The two envelopes are to be put a bigger envelope addressed also as above and clearly list the contents. submission are to be deposited in the Tender Box provided in the procurement unit at office of the Director/CEO on or before 9th of November 2015 by 12.00noon when the proposals and Bid will be opened in the institute Auditorium.
Tender Bidders are also to note wrong packaging or labelling will result in disqualification. The Tender/Bid opening event is open to interested member of the public for more information visitwww.nimg.edu.ng
This advertisement shall not be construed to be a commitment on the part of NIMG nor shall it enter any bidder to make any claim(s) whatsoever and seek indemnity from NIMG by virtue of that bidder having responded to this advertisement.
Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet)
National Weather Forecasting & Climate Research Centre
Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport, Abuja
Invitation for Bids
The Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet) in fulfillment of its mandate to monitor weather, climate and provide early warning advisories; and in accordance with 2007 Public Procurement Act, invites interested and eligible contractors to tender for the execution of the following project which is to be funded through the 2015 Federal Government (FGN) Appropriation.
Construction of NiMet Zonal Office, Kano
The construction of office building is to accommodate
Meteorologists, Engineers, Business Development Officers etc for the purpose of achieving the business/ operational targets of the Agency as encapsulated in the Agency’s Impact plan.
Location: Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport (MAKIA), Kano, Kano State.
(3) Qualification Requirements
Interested bidders are expected to meet all requirements specified in the Bidding documents which include:
(i) Evidence of incorporation in Nigeria (CAC forms C02 and C07).
(ii) Submission of immediate past three years’ tax clearance certificate, (i.e. 2012,2013, 2014).
(iii) Immediate past three years’ audited accounts of the company (2012, 2013 and 2014).
(iv) Evidence of registration and remittance of Value Added Tax (VAT),
(v) Evidence of compliance with the relevant provisions of the Pensions Reform Act 2004.
(vi) Evidence of company registration on the National Procurement Database (www.bpp.gov.ng)
(vii) Evidence of compliance with ITF Act.
(viii) Company Profile
(ix) Evidence of key professional staff with relevant experience and registration with relevant professional bodies.
(x) Verifiable documentary evidence of similar jobs successfully executed within the last five years. Such evidence shall be in form of valid letters of award of contract, contract agreement and completion certificate or interim payment certificates, where such jobs are still in progress. Proven integrity of performed projects is added advantage.
(xi) Verifiable evidence of availability through ownership and/or leasehold of appropriate equipment/machinery to be deployed for the execution of the project.
(xii) Evidence of financial capability and availability of bank support if awarded the contract. Please note that bankers’ letter merely stating that the bidder operates an account within- a turnover range is not an adequate evidence of financial capability.
(xiii) Adherence to the Bidding Document guidance is mandatory.
(xiv) Any other useful information is an added advantage
(4) Collection of Bidding Documents
A complete set of bidding documents in English language may be obtained from the address below on payment of a non-refundable Tender fee of N10, 000.00 (Ten Thousand Naira) only, payable to Nigerian Meteorological Agency through REMITA platform at any commercial Bank in favour of NiMet. Ensure you obtain evidence of such payment which will be presented on Collection of bid documents between 9.00am and 4.00pm from Mondays to Fridays.
(5) Submission of Bidding Documents
Bids must be delivered in an envelope containing two separately sealed envelopes marked“technical” and “financial” bids to the address below on or before 12:00 noon on Friday, 30thNovember, 2015. Bids will not be collected after this period. The name and address of the bidder, including valid contact telephone numbers must be clearly stated on the envelopes.
(6) Opening of Bids
Bids will be publicly opened in the presence of representatives of companies, who choose to be present at the Agency’s conference room at 12:00 noon immediately after closing of submission of bids on Friday, 30th November, 2015. This advertisement also serves as an invitation to all stakeholders and the general public to the bids opening.
(7) Bid Security
All bids must be accompanied by a bid security of 2 per cent of the bid value.
(8) Note: Bidders who do not scale through the technical evaluation stage shall have their financial bid(s) returned unopened.
For Enquiries, please call
07037775161 (Head of Procurement)
This advertisement shall not be construed as a commitment on the part of NiMet nor shall it entitle responding contractors to seek any indemnity from NiMet by virtue of the contractors having responded to the advertisement.
NiMet reserves the right to verify claims made by any bidder.
The Nigerian Meteorological Agency is not obliged to accept the lowest or any tender.
Director-General/CEO, Nigerian Meteorological Agency,
National Weather Forecasting & Climate Research Centre, Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport, Abuja
IRC Nigeria IRC/NIG/10/2015/001
Invitation to Bid
The International Rescue Committee (IRC) is an international, non-sectarian, voluntary organization providing relief, protection and resettlement services for refugees and victims of oppression or violent conflict.
In partnership with several international donors, the IRC has been active in Nigeria since 2012 providing essential services for refuges and host communities; the IRC is continuing its operations in North East Nigeria and is soliciting competitive, sealed, bids to establish a contract for construction of 50 Blocks of 4 Compartment V.I.P. Latrines in different Locations within Adamawa.
Interested and suitably qualified dealers or suppliers can bid for construction of part or all of the Blocks, and may request complete Tender documents (RFP) from the IRC offices located at:
International Rescue Committee
Plot 902, Olu Awotesu Street –
off Idris Ibrahim Crescent,
JABI – ABUJA
Hassan – Tel: 08098697971
International Rescue Committee
Philip Maken Close, Kerewa Masakare
The deadline for bid submission is October 26th 2015 at 12:00 Noon
Acceptance of your bid(s) and any subsequent contract are subject to the IRC’s Terms and Conditions of Goods and Services. IRC does not bind itself to accept the lowest, or any bid.
NOTE: Bids Submitted without Completed and Signed Tender Document (RFP) will be Rejected.