Adamawa State Public Sector Governance Reform and Development Project
Credit No. 46670-Ng
Request for Expression of Interest for Consultancy Firm for the Tax Payers Enumeration Survey, Training Needs Analysis and Restructuring of Adamawa State Board of Internal Revenue
The Federal Government of Nigeria has received a credit from the International Development Association (IDA) towards the cost of implementing Public Sector Governance Reform and Development Project (PSGRDP) in Ten Nigerian States. Adamawa State is a beneficiary of the credit and intends to apply part of the proceeds of the credit for Consultancy Services in the revamping of the State IGR Collection Drive.
The overall objective of the project is to ensure good governance by way of promoting accountability and transparency in the utilization of Public Financial and Human Resources. The following Term of Reference (TOR) are developed for a Consultancy Firm that is required to support the implementation of the project especially the Tax payers Enumeration Survey, Training Needs Assessment, Restructuring and Business system Review of Board of Internal Revenue (BOIR) for Adamawa State.
There is clearly a need to review and reposition the State’s Tax Revenue Collection System, the Adamawa State Board of Internal Revenue (ADSBOIR) to meet the challenges of a higher IGR, through a system that captures a greater percentage of economic units and individuals in the tax net. In this regard, the service of an experienced Tax Consultant becomes necessary.
(3.0) SCOPE OF SERVICE
The Consultant will render the following services, designed to reposition, strengthen and improve Adamawa State Internally Generated Revenue in the State.
• Verify the existing tax/revenue payer database through verification and validation of the Tax payer’s information in the existing database.
• Carry out tax payer survey within six (6) metropolitan LGAs namely Yola North, Yola South, Numan, Mubi, Ganye and Girei.
• Identify the major structural and institutional arrangement necessary for setting up the tax Electronic Database Management System.
• Determine functional and technical requirement for the tax Electronic Database Management System (EDMS).
• Review the Adamawa State Board of Internal Revenue (ADSBOIR) operation, make recommendations as appropriate for restructuring.
• Conduct Training Needs Assessment in the light of the number and quality of personnel that should man the new Adamawa State Board of Internal Revenue ADSBOIR and suggest training institution.
• Design a Tax payer education program for implementation in the State.
• Develop Assessment Template in line with Tax Laws (PITA 2011, 2015 Taxes and Levies Approved list for collection and Adamawa State Board of Internal Revenue Law 2007).
• Toll Gate Integration at Market, Motor Pack, Abattoir, Amusement/ Event Centres.
The Assignment would require input of;
• Tax Specialist
• Socio economic Specialist
• Human Resources Management Specialist and
• ICT Professionals.
(5.0) EXPECTED OUTPUT (DELIVERABLES)
• Report on existing operational structure and procedure obtainable at the Adamawa State Board of Internal Revenue ASBOIR.
• An updated tax database.
• Taxpayer identification survey report.
• Recommendation for restructuring of tax administration.
• Report of Training Needs Assessments and Recommendation.
• Capacity building workshop on enhancing IGR for the State for the Staff of BOIR.
(6.0) MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
(1) A reputable consulting firm with a least three key Staff, namely; (1) Tax Specialist (Team Leader), (2) Socio-Economic Specialist and (3) IT Specialist
(a) Team Leader:- must possess the following; a minimum of a Master’s degree in addition to 15 years post-qualification experience in Tax Administration or Advisory Service, in addition to an internationally (IFAC) recognized professional qualification in Accounting or Taxation.
(b) Socio-Economic Specialist:- must possess minimum of Master’s degree in Economic, Finance, Planning, Business Administration or Statistics. At least 8 years-experience in socio¬economic surveys and enumeration is essential.
(c) Human Resource Development Specialist:- must have a master’s degree in relevant field and having not less than 8 years’ experience handling reforms and capacity building , especially restructuring, performance management and related activities and experience in change management would be an advantage.
(d) IT Specialist:- must possess minimum of 5 years-experience in database management system plus a minimum of first degree qualification in Computer Science, electrical and electronics engineering, professional qualification in IT will be added advantage.
(2) The successful firm must have carried out reasonable number of Tax Administration assignment in the last five years.
(3) Demonstrate evidence of experience in tax reform in the Public Sector in Nigeria or any West African country.
(4) Strong ICT skills in relevant assignments.
The Consultant shall submit the following report to the Project Coordinator
Number COMMENCEMENT (MONTH)
1 Report on the existing operation structure, procedures and processes in the Board of Internal Revenue (BOIR)
2 Report of existing Taxpayer Database in hard and electronic formats
3 Recommendations for Functional restructuring template for assessment and recommendations for integration of tolling at markets, parks, abattoirs and amusement parks and training needs assessment
4 Report on Technical, functional and institutional requirements necessary for setting up a Taxpayer Electronic Database Management System
5 Draft Report on Identified new Taxpayer and Taxpayer education program
6 Final report
The Consultant will work with and report to the Chairman of the State Board of Internal Revenue. The SPCU however has overall supervisory responsibility for the project.
The consultancy is for a period of five (5) calendar months.
(9.0) TRAINING AND SKILL TRANSFER
All Consultants will be required to provide hands-on-training and work closely with counterparts in the BOIR and or MDAs. Relevant operational manuals shall be provided as appropriate.
(10.0) CLIENT RESPONSIBILITY
The Adamawa State Board of Internal Revenue (ADSBOIR) as the primary client will be responsible for providing office accommodation to the Consultant, as well as access to records as may be necessary.
(11.0) SELECTION METHOD
(12.0) REPORTING AND APPROVAL PROCEDURES:
The Consultant shall report to the Executive Chairman Board of Internal Revenue (BOIR), Adamawa State; for all parts of the assignment relating to professional issues. The project coordinating unit (SPCU), however, shall retain overall supervisory responsibility for the assignment.
The attention of interested consultant is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank’s Guidelines, Selection and Employment of consultant under IBRD Loans and IDA credit & Grant by World bank Borrower, Revised January 2011. A firm will be selected under consultants qualifications (CQ) method in accordance with the procedures set out in the guidelines; selected employment of consultant under IBRD Loans and IDA credit by the World Bank borrower, January, 2011. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours 9:00am to 4:00pm, Monday through Friday except public holidays.
Expression of interest (one original, two copies) in a sealed envelope clearly marked Expression of Interest for qualified consultant on the tax payers enumeration survey, training needs analysis, must be delivered to the address below on or before Monday 4th August, 2016 during office hours 9:00am to 4:00pm., Monday through Friday except public holidays.
The Project Coordinator
Adamawa State Public Sector Governance Reform and Development Project
No 36 Sir Kashim Ibrahim Way, Jimeta – Yola
Tel: + 2348037546224 + 2348065067906
Only short listed consultants will be contacted
4Children in Nigeria
Call for Consultants
SCOPE OF WORK
Title: Consultancy to Develop and Provide Training on Parenting Framework andCurriculum
Location: Off-Site and Abuja, Nigeria-4Children CRS office
Duration: 8 August-16 November 2016
CRS contact person: Tapfuma Murove, Chief of Party, 4Children in Nigeria
To develop a standard guidance as framework, tools and curriculum needed to guide parenting practices in Nigeria. The consultant will work with 4Children Parenting Technical Advisor and focal persons from 16 PEPFAR implementing partners to review current practices and articulate findings into a harmonized guidance for national programming.
In January 2016, 4Children began a two-year, USAID- funded technical assistance project in Nigeria. The overarching objective of the SoW is for 4Children to provide Technical Assistance to USAID and CDC IPs in responsible graduation and transition 1 of OVC, households, communities, LGAs and states as part of the PEPFAR pivot and reflective of PEPFAR 3.0 priorities. The SoW also included a focus on supporting prioritized actions and strategies for the geographic areas identified by PEPFAR as scale-up local government areas (LGAs). The technical assistance provided by 4Children over the next two year period will achieve the following:
• Development of guidance, strategies and tools to support improved HES and parenting.
• Strengthened linkages among and referrals between community and clinic based OVC services, including strategies for reaching more children living with HIV (CLHIV) within the OVC population.
• Strengthened capacity of government systems (LGA and state level) to advocate, plan for and use funds for OVC.
• Strategies for delivering critical OVC services at clinical facilities.
• Guidance and examples of interventions targeting adolescent girls and young women that address their increased vulnerability to both child protection concerns and HIV and can be easily integrated into existing programming.
To successfully address many of the issues related to graduation and transition, improved and strengthened sustainability plans and strategies must be in place, utilized and understood by all actors, and include appropriate support to Implementing Partners, CSOs and States to successfully manage sustainable graduation and transition of beneficiaries in FY16-FY17. The two-year work plan includes a specific output related to the improvement of parenting practices of caregivers involved in OVC programs in Nigeria (see Annex 1 for IR 2.5).
The first step in identifying what additional parenting training curricula content needs to be developed, a review of existing parenting training curricula will be conducted. These curricula will be assessed against the framework thus helping to identifying strengths and gaps of the curricula currently being used by OVC Implementing Partners. The findings of the review will inform the development of additional content that is contextually appropriate, evidence based and addresses the unique needs of children living with or affected by HIV in Nigeria.
A framework was developed to help guide the review process and enable 4Children Nigeria to have a comprehensive understanding of what is currently being used within OVC programs and what content needs to be developed to meet the identified needs of the program in diverse contexts.
DESCRIPTION OF WORK:
The consultants will use relevant expertise in parenting approaches and training methodology combined with information gleaned from existing literature reviews of parenting training programs, guidance and research on the topic2 to do the following:
• Specific tasks to be performed during the time period of 8 August- 16 November, 2016, include:
• Meet with 4Children Parenting and Youth Technical Advisor
• Review background information about project and context
• Work plan
• Parenting curricula literature review
• Parenting curricula collated from IPs
• Standardized and contextually appropriate parenting curriculum draft and TOT Manual
• Review draft parenting assessment framework template that will be used by PYTA to review the 11 curricula used by IPs in Nigeria.
• Review parenting curriculum and TOT Facilitator’s Guide (to be used to train IPs and government staff at the TOT)
• Participate at pre-workshop orientation meeting with Lead Technical Director from Maestral, 4Children Parenting and Youth Technical Advisor to be held in Abuja, Nigeria August 16-15, 2016
• Co-facilitate at the Validation workshop, TOT batch A (29th August) and B (11th November), Caregivers workshop and children living with HIV and children parliament workshops
• Prepare all necessary workshop materials as required
• Review meeting space ahead of the workshops
• Produce workshop reports with input from other facilitators and PYTA
ACTIVITY/DELIVERABLE DUE DATE MAXIMUM NUMBER OF CONSULTANCY DAYS
Participate in pre-workshop planning meeting, the validation Workshop for all relevant stakeholders on the parenting curriculum and post-workshop meeting
August 14-17 4
Incorporate feedback from Validation Workshop and submit report
August 22-24 3
Attend pre-TOT meeting and Facilitate a TOT on the adapted parenting curriculum
August 24- Sept 2 8
Develop TOT report and submit
September 5-7 3
Facilitate a workshop with representatives tram CLHIV and ALHIV, children’s parliament or other child-led advocacy groups to review the content of the parenting curriculum
September 13-15 3
Incorporate feedback from Children Workshop and submit report
September 16-20 3
Facilitate a workshop for Caregivers to review the content of October 11-13 the parenting curriculum
October 11-13 3
Incorporate feedback from Caregivers Workshop and submit report
October 14-18 3
Attend pre-TOT meeting and Facilitate a TOT on the adapted parenting curriculum
November 2-11 8
Develop TOT report and submit
November 14-16 3
Total (Maximum) Days 41
Supervision, reporting and oversight:
The consultant’s primary point of contact under this consultancy will be to the 4Children Nigeria, Parenting and Youth Advisor, Ruth Haruna, for all programmatic issues with support from Dr. Tapfuma Murove, 4C Project Director. Deliverables will be submitted to both the Project Director and to the 4Children PYTA.
The consultant(s) will be expected to work in collaboration with the following 4Children staff and partners in Nigeria: 4Children Parenting and Youth Technical Advisor and PEPFAR-OVC IP staff (includes both international and local NGOs).
How to Apply
Interested consultants should send their expression of interest (EOI) along with a detailed resume as attached MS word documents to NG_HR@global.crs.org.
The resume should include but not limited to the following: Expected daily rate, personal profile, skills, competencies and suitability for the assignment as well as readiness for immediate short-term consultancy plus a copy of such previous work.
Applications should reach us by COB Monday 1st August, 2016. Only qualified-persons will be contacted and invited for screening.
Request for Information and Expression of Interest (RFI & EOI)
Local Food Suppliers
In line with United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) Strategic Objective 1, “Save lives and protect livelihoods in emergencies”, the Emergency Operations in Nigeria addresses urgent food and nutrition needs of the most vulnerable people and communities in conflict-affected areas and displacement sites of Nigeria by ensuring food needs of crisis-affected populations are met.
The Federal Government together with WFP and other partners provide relief assistance in the formal camps and some of the less accessible areas. An assessment conducted confirmed that more food is needed for immediate food assistance. As a result, WFP is looking for potential local food suppliers for food commodities such as:
Rice, Beans (pulses), Palm Oil, Vegetable oil, Sorghum, maize and fortified process foods.
Interested Food Suppliers are to provide the following:
• Company profile – address, telephone and fax numbers, contact person’s email address;
• Copies of company registration forms;
• Location and capacity of warehouse (s);
• Sources of the food commodities;
• Number and capacity of company’s own trucks if any;
• Number of years of experience as a food supplier;
• Interest in working with WFP and willingness to accept WFP contract terms and conditions
Interested service providers are to send this information to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before 25thJuly 2016 of this request. For enquiries, please contact Thomas Yeboah at email@example.com
Federal Ministry of Education
Federal Government College, Ikot Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State
Invitation for Pre-Qualification and Tender for the Supply of Agricultural Equipments
(1.0) Tenders are invited from reputable contractors for the following 2016 capital and sustainable Development Goals projects for Federal Government College, Ikot Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State.
Lot 1; Tractor 30HP/50HP and Slasher/Tractor mounted lawn Mower
Lot 2: Plough, Harrow Ridger, and Trailer for Transportation
2.0 TENDER REQUIREMENTS
(i) Evidence of company registration with Corporate Affairs Commission.
(ii) Pencom registration/evidence of remittance.
(iii) Tax clearance for the last three years (2013/2014 and 2015).
(iv) Evidence of VAT Registration.
(v) Evidence of experience of similar jobs for the past three years (2013/2014 and 2015).
(vi) Evidence of financial capability from reputable bank.
(vii) Evidence of registration with Federal Ministry of Works/Lands, Housing and Urban Development.
(viii) Company profile and key personnel.
(ix) Legal capacity to enter into contract.
(x) Registration with industrial training Fund (ITF).
(xi) Evidence of audited account for the last three years (2013/2014 and 2015).
(xii) A Sworn affidavit indicating whether or not any other officer of Federal Government College, Ikot Ekpene or Federal Ministry of Education is a director or shareholder or has any pecuniary interest in the company.
(3.0) Bidding will be conducted through National Competitive Bidding (NCE) Procurement as specified in the 2007 Public Procurement Act.
(4.0) Interested eligible bidders may obtain information from the Vice-Principal, Special Duties Office and inspect the Bidding Documents between 9.00 a.m till 3.30 p.m (Monday – Friday).
5.0 COLLECTION OF DOCUMENTS
A complete set of Bidding Documents shall be collected by interested bidders from the office in paragraph 4 above on the payment of a non-refundable Tender fee of Twenty thousand naira (N20,000.00) only per lot.
6.0 SUBMISSION OF TENDER DOCUMENTS
The completed Tender should be enveloped in two separate envelopes marked TECHNICAL BID and FINANCIAL BID sealed waxed and marked on the top left hand corner with the inscription (insert Lot no and Title of Project) and addressed to the Principal, Federal Government College, Ikot Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State and deposited in the Tender Box at the address in paragraph 4 above on or before 12.00 noon 1st SEPTEMBER, 2016. The name of the contractor should be clearly written in capital letters at the back of the envelopes. Late bids will be rejected.
7.0 PUBLIC OPENING OF BIDS
Technical bids shall be opened immediately after close of submission in 6 above at the college compound. Interested members of the public are hereby invited to the proceeding of the tender open1st September, 2016 at the college compound by 12.00 noon.
8.0 Nothing in this advertisement shall be construed as commitment on the part of the school to award any or the above listed projects.
DIM BONIFACE O.
Vice Principal (Special Duties)
Maternal, New-Born and Child Health Programme (MNCH2)
Expression of Interest (EOI) for MNCH2 Facility Assessment
The Maternal Newborn and Child Health Programme (MNCH2) is a UK government funded five year country led programme that aims to reduce maternal and child mortality in northern Nigeria. The programme, which runs from 2014 to 2019, is currently being implemented in six states in northern Nigeria namely Jigawa, Kaduna, Katsina, Kano, Yobe and Zamfara.
MNCH2 proposes to assess the status of healthcare facilities in the states, where it currently supports service delivery with the view of strengthening these facilities to meet minimum standard requirements for health care delivery. This is to ensure that the health facilities are upgraded to deliver the range of expected health services.
MNCH2 plans to implement the above work-streams through local institutions or research organizations.
The programme, hereby invites interested institutions/organizations to apply.
To qualify for the assessment, prospective institutions or research organizations must have the following skills/requirements;
• Fulfill all requirements to carry-out consultancy services in Nigeria
• Previously conducted similar health facility assessment
• Ability to carry out assessments, analyze and present findings in an agreeable format
• Ability to meet deliverables within the agreed timelines
• Willingness to work in programme implementation states
• Familiarity with the State and Local government health systems
• Excellent writing and presentation skills
Expression of interest should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for submission is 28th July 2016 and all EOI must be submitted not later than 5.00pm of that date, 28th July 2016.
Anambra State Government of Nigeria
Invitation for Bidding for Community Infrastructure Projects in 179 Communities of Anambra State
Anambra State in collaboration with 179 Communities in the State, intends to execute community infrastructure projects in the various Communities.
In line with the Economic Blue Print of the State, Anambra State Government is determined and committed to providing social infrastructure to enhance grass-root development across the State. These projects include;
(2) Civic Centres
(3) Town Halls
(4) Health Centres
(5) Classrooms/Teachers Quarters/Corpers Lodge
(6) Libraries/ICT Centres
(7) Market Stalls/Shops
(8) Culverts/Drainage Facilities
(9) Public Toilets and Sanitation Facilities
(10) Police Stations
(11) Skill Acquisition Centres, and Provision of;
(12) Public Power Supply Facilities
METHOD OF APPLICATION AND COLLECTION OF BID DOCUMENTS
Bid documents should be collected from the Office of the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Local Government Chieftaincy & Community Affairs, Government House, Awka, Anambra State, with evidence of payment of non-refundable processing fee of Twenty Five Thousand Naira (N25,000.00) only paid into “Ministry of Local Government, Chieftaincy and Community Affairs” Account Number 3910003/412804 in Ecobank, First Bank, UBA, Fidelity Bank and Union Bank.
SUBMISSION OF BIDS
Bids submitted by individuals/companies are expected to be accompanied by the following documents:
(1) Evidence of Incorporation or Registration of Business Name with the Corporate Affairs Commission
(2) Evidence of Payment of non-refundable processing fee of N25,000.00 (Twenty Five Thousand Naira only)
(3) Three Years Tax Clearance
(4) Evidence of financial capacity to implement the project(s)
(5) Company profile with evidence of having carried out similar projects in the past
(6) Verifiable registered Business Office/Address
(7) In the case of buildings, Engineers with requisite qualifications and experience will be required
(8) Bidders must be indigenes of community of interest
(9) Projects to be executed have been identified and selected by each community and details of these projects will be stated in the bid document for each community.
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION
Completed Bid documents in five (5) copies, should be placed in a sealed envelope, and marked “ANSG Community Infrastructure Projects” at the centre of the front of the envelope, and the project location (that is, Community and Local Government Area) clearly indicated at the top left front side of the envelope, while contact name and phone number should be written on the top right hand side of the envelop and submitted to the chairman/head of Administration of the relevant Local Government Area, before 5th August 2016. For further clarification, please contact the undersigned. Each successful applicant will be required to present Advance Payment (APG) for 20% of the cost of the project(s) to cover initial mobilization of funds for implementation.
NB: The sealed bid envelop must be registered at the office of the Chairman/Head of Local Government Administration before being dropped in a locked Tender Box at the Local Government Headquarters of the community of interest. Also, bidders will be contacted to come to the bid opening, where the community leaders (Igwe, President General and other stakeholders) and Anarnbra State Due Process personnel will be present.
Hon. Commissioner for Local Government,
Chieftaincy & Community Affairs
Mr. Simon Attajadumi
Head, Due Process Office,
Ministry of Economic Planning, Budget & Development Partners
National Board for Technology Incubation
Federal Ministry of Science and Technology
Invitation for Tender (Technical and Financial)
The National Board for Technology Incubation invites interested and reputable Contractors / Companies with relevant experience and good track records to apply for Tender for the various projects for its 2016 Capital Appropriations.
LOTA SECTION A (Goods)
Lot A1 Procurement of Project Vehicles
Lot A2 Purchase of Laptops, Desktops
Lot A3 Procurement of IT Equipment.
Lot A4 Procurement of Office Furniture and Fittings.
Lot A5 Equipping of Mechanical Workshop at Lokoja (Kogi State)
Lot A5i Equipping of Mechanical Workshop at (Katsina State)
Lot A5ii Equipping of Mechanical Workshop at (Gombe State)
Lot A5iii Equipping of Mechanical Workshop at (Benue State)
Lot A5iv Equipping of Mechanical Workshop at Lafia (Nasarawa state)
Lot A5v Equipping of Mechanical Workshop at (Jigawa State)
Lot A5vi Equipping of Mechanical Workshop at Port Harcourt (Rivers State)
Lot A5vii Equipping of Mechanical Workshop at (Ebonyi State)
Lot A5viii Equipping of Mechanical Workshop at (Yobe State)
Lot A6 Equipping of Electrical Workshop at Lokoja (Kogi State)
Lot A6i Equipping of Electrical Workshop at (Katsina State)
Lot A6ii Equipping of Electrical Workshop at (Gombe State)
Lot A6iii Equipping of Electrical Workshop at Benue State)
Lot A6iv Equipping of Electrical Workshop at Lafia (Nasarawa State)
Lot A6v Equipping of Electrical Workshop at (Jigawa State)
Lot A6vi Equipping of Electrical Workshop at Port Harcourt (Rivers State)
Lot A6vii Equipping of Electrical Workshop (Ebonyi State)
Lot A6viii Equipping of Electrical Workshop (Yobe States)
Lot A7 Equipping of a Laboratory Unit at Lokoja (Kogi state)
Lot A7i Equipping of a Laboratory Unit at (Katsina State)
Lot A7ii Equipping of a Laboratory Unit at (Gombe State)
Lot A7iii Equipping of a Laboratory Unit at (Benue State)
Lot A7iv Equipping Of a Laboratory Unit at Lafia (Nasarawa State)
Lot A7v Equipping of a Laboratory Unit at (Jigawa State)
Lot A7vi Equipping of a Laboratory Unit at Port Harcourt (Rivers State)
Lot A7vii Equipping of a Laboratory Unit at (Ebonyi State)
Lot A7viii Equipping of a Laboratory Unit at (Yobe State)
LOT B SECTION B (Works)
Lot B1 Building works and Civil Engineering
Lot B2 Services comprising of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering
Lot B3 Construction/ Building Of a Mechanical Workshop at Lokoja (kogi State)
Lot B3i Construction/ Building of a Mechanical Workshop at Katsina State
Lot B3ii Construction / Building of a Mechanical Workshop at (Gombe State)
Lot B3iii Construction / Building of a Mechanical Workshop at (Benue State)
Lot B3iv Construction / Building of a Mechanical Workshop at Lafia (Nasarawa State)
Lot B3v Construction / Building of a Mechanical Workshop at (Jigawa State)
Lot B3vi Construction / Building of a Mechanical Workshop at Port Harcourt (Rivers State)
Lot B3vii Construction / Building of a Mechanical Workshop at (Ebonyi State)
Lot B3viii Construction / Building of a Mechanical Workshop at (Yobe State)
Lot B4 Construction and Building of Electrical Workshop at Lokoja (Kogi State)
Lot B4i Construction and Building of Electrical Workshop at Kastina State)
Lot B4ii Construction and Building of Electrical Workshop at (Gombe State)
Lot B4iii Construction and Building of Electrical Workshop at (Benue State)
Lot B4iv Construction and Building of Electrical Workshop at Lafia (Nasarawa state)
Lot B4v Construction and Building of Electrical Workshop at (Jigawa stats)
Lot B4vi Construction and Building of Electrical Workshop at Port Harcourt (Rivers State)
Lot B4vii Construction and Building of Electrical Workshop at (Ebonyi State)
Lot B4viii Construction and Building of Electrical Workshop at (Yobe State)
Lot B5 Construction and Building Of Laboratory at Lokoja (Kogi State)
Lot B5i Construction and Building of Laboratory at (Kastina State)
Lot B5ii Construction and Building of Laboratory at (Gombe State)
Lot B5iii Construction and Building of Laboratory at Lafia (Nasarawa State)
Lot B5iv Construction and Building of Laboratory at (Jigawa State)
Lot B5v Construction and Building of Laboratory at Port Harcourt(Rivers State)
Lot B5vi Construction and Building of Laboratory at (Ebonyi State)
Lot B5vii Construction and Building of Laboratory at (Yobe State)
Lot B6 Fabrication of Equipment.
Lot B6 Construction of Administrative Building in Ebo. (Ondo State)
(3) ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
(a) Evidence of Company’s Registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC)
(b) Evidence of payment of Tax for the last three (3) years 2013, 2014 & 2015 including VAT Registration Certificate with TIN number.
(c) Certificate of Compliance issued by the National Pension Commission as evidence of fulfilling employer’s obligation to employees with respect to pensions.
(d) Evidence of Compliance and registration with Industrial Training Fund (ITF)
(e) Evidence of Registration on BPP National Database of Contractors, Consultants and Service Providers.
(f) Technical and Professional Competence (please include all academic and professional membership certificates of Technical Staff).
(g) Evidence of Similar jobs executed in the last three years, stating details of client, nature of work etc.
(h) Sworn affidavit affirming that none of the Directors of the company have been convicted for any criminal offence.
(i) Sworn affidavit that no officer in NBTI or FMST is director in your company.
(4) COLLECTION OF TENDER DOCUMENTS
Tender documents are Obtainable from the office of the Head of Procurement, National Board for Technology Incubation (NBTI), Room 5 Ground floor, No.10 Zambezi Crescent, Maitama, Abuja.
The bid documents should be returned in a sealed envelope with the Lot marked at the top left hand corner of the envelope, Two envelopes tendering in one bigger envelop (i.e. Technical and Financial in separate envelopes and both put in one big envelop).
The bid must be clearly marked as indicated above and must be returned in a sealed envelope and addressed to The Director General / CEO National Board for Technology Incubation No.10, Zambezi Crescent, Maitama Abuja, at Director General’s office. Documents should reach the office of the Director General/ Chief Executive Officer, National Board for Technology Incubation (NBTI), No.10, Zambezi Crescent, Maitama Abuja, not later than Thursday 1st September, 2016.
(6) Closing and Opening of Bid Documents:
Bids submission shall be close by 12:00 noon Thursday 1st September, 2016 and the received Bid Documents shall be publicly opened immediately at the same day at the Agency’s Conference Room. Representatives of Bidding Companies are requested to be present as well as Civil Society Observers.
(7) IMPORTANT NOTICE
(a) Only Successful Contractors will be contacted for Tender Process
(b) This advertisement shall not be construed as a commitment on the part of the Board.
(c) Applicants are entirely liable to the veracity of the documents submitted by them.
(d) No bidder is entitled to make any claim and/or seek any indemnity from NBTI by virtue of such bidder having responded to the adverts.
Director General /CEO
National Board for Technology Incubation