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Federal Republic of Nigeria
Federal Ministry of Water Resources
Transforming Irrigation Management in Nigeria Project
Project ID No: P123112
Credit No: CR 5506-NG

Assignment Title: Consultancy Service for Construction Supervision for Rehabilitation and Expansion of Kano River Irrigation Scheme (KRIS) and Hadejia Valley Irrigation Scheme (HVIS), Dam Safety / River Training Works in the Hadejiia-Jama’are Basin.
Reference No.: (FMWR/TRIMING/QCBS/2016/01
The Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) has received a credit from the International Development Association (IDA) towards the cost of the Transforming Irrigation Management in Nigeria (TRIMING) Project and it intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services.
The TRIMING Project Development Objective is to improve access to irrigation and drainage services and to strengthen institutional arrangements for integrated water resources management and agriculture service delivery in selected large-scale public schemes in Northern Nigeria.
The principal proposed investment components are the following: Water Resources Management and Dam Operations Improvement; Irrigation Development and Management; Enhancing Agricultural Productivity and Support to Value Chains Development; and Institutional Development and Project Management. The Implementing Agency for the Borrower (Government of Nigeria) is the Federal Ministry of Water Resources (FMWR). The FMWR has appointed a Project Management Unit (PMU) to manage all aspects of procurement, management, payments and disbursement applications for the Project.
The consulting services (“the Services”) include supervision of: (i) dam safety (major rehabilitation works on Tiga Dam, Challawa Gorge Dam, Ruwan Kanya Reservoir and Hadejia Barrage); (ii) comprehensive rehabilitation and expansion of Kano River Irrigation Scheme (KRIS) totaling 15,000ha; (iii) comprehensive rehabilitation and expansion of Hadejia Valley Irrigation Scheme (HVIS) totaling 6,000ha and (iv) river training works and dykes downstream of the irrigation schemes. The rehabilitation and expansion works to be supervised are to be implemented viz:

(1) Lot 1: Dam safety (major rehabilitation works on Tiga Dam, Challawa
Gorge Dam, Ruwan Kanya Reservoir and Hadejia Barrage)
(2) Lot 2; Comprehensive rehabilitation and expansion of Kano River
Irrigation Scheme (KRIS) totaling 15,000ha.
(3) Lot 3: Comprehensive rehabilitation and expansion of Hadejia Valley Irrigation Scheme (HVIS) totaling 6,000ha, and
(4) Lot 4; River training works and dykes downstream of the irrigation schemes
The scope of the services would include, but not limited to:
(i) The review of designs for dam rehabilitation works and instrumentation refitting, including the construction drawings, cost estimates and bidding documents, in line with World Bank standards.
(ii) The review of designs for rehabilitation, modernization and expansion of irrigation and drainage infrastructure including the construction drawings, cost estimates and bidding documents, in line with World Bank standards.
(iii) Supervision of construction of dams and irrigation infrastructure including: main canals, laterals, access roads, repair and installation of monitoring equipment on dams, river training, flood control and protective structures, etc.
(iv) Preparation of an Operation and Maintenance Manuals together with an effective implementation plan of operations and maintenance activities.
The Consultant firm should have proven capacity to: review technical design for construction/ rehabilitation works; demonstrate ability for supervision of large scale dam and irrigation projects including supervision of the manufacturing and installation of equipment; oversee implementation of the Environmental Management Plan; prepare detailed project reports; support the Client in the evaluation and selection of works contract packages and facilitate and coordinate technology transfer and other aspects of the contracts.
The Federal Ministry of Water Resources through its Project Management Unit (PMU) of the Transforming Irrigation Management in Nigeria Project now invites eligible consulting firms (“Consultants”) to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services.
Interested consulting firms should submit the company profile detailing experience of irrigation and drainage works supervision carried out in the last fifteen (15) years of a similar nature to the current proposed assignment of scope not less than 6000ha of irrigated land with verifiable evidence, related letters of award, and completion certificates as well as other supporting documents. The short-listing criteria are:
(a) Evidence of general experience of supervision/management of construction contracts in water resources development and irrigation infrastructure at a similar scale;
(b) Evidence of core business and number of years in business;
(c) Availability of appropriate skills among staff, including but not limited to specialists in dam rehabilitation, modern canal instrumentation and operation, irrigation and drainage design specialists, and survey specialists with experience in modern digital surveying techniques.
(d) Firm’s experience in similar assignments including technical details and details of the managerial and organizational structure of the firm (with a minimum 15 years in dam, irrigation and drainage infrastructure design;
(e) Firm’s experience in working in similar conditions and environment (minimum 5 years).
The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank’s Guidelines: Selection and employment of Consultants (under IBRD loans and IDA Credit and Grants) by World Bank borrowers, January 2011 edition (Consultants Guidelines) setting forth the World Bank Policy on Conflict of Interest,
Interested consultants may obtain further information from the address below during office hours 08:00 and 5:00 (Local time Monday to Friday) and/or send an email to the Project Coordinator at address “info@triming.org“.
Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a sub-consultancy to enhance their qualifications.
A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the QCBS method set out in the Consultant Guidelines.
A hard copy or electronic copy by email of the Expression of Interest must be delivered to the address below in person or by courier not later than 14:00 hours local time on 24th August, 2016.
Attn: National Project Coordinator,
Transforming Irrigation Management in Nigeria (Triming) Project,
Federal Ministry of Water Resources,
Plot 1402, Abba Kyari Street, Off Adesoji Aderemi Street
Apo -Abuja.
Nigeria
Tel: +2348038391469, +2348052048706
Email: “ info@triming.org”
Signed:
Project Coordinator

Federal Ministry of Agriculture & Rural Development (FMA&RD)
Federal Ministry of Finance
Public Private Partnership (PPP) Project

Environmental and Social Impact Audit (ESIA) of 33 Silo Complexes in Nigeria
Request for Expressions of Interest
The Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Public Private Partnership (PPP) Project and intends to apply part of the proceeds for the engagement of reputable and qualified consulting firm to carry out an Environmental and Social Impact Audit of 33 Silo Complexes in Nigeria. The Silo Complexes are located in various states of the Federation and for the purpose of this assignment the silos complexes are batched into three groups viz: North East/North West – 13 silo complexes, North Central -8 silos complexes and Southern States – 12 silo complexes.
BACKGROUND:
In Nigeria, grains constitute the primary sources of food for daily household consumption and for assisting the victims of natural disasters during eventualities and therefore, compel the need for their adequate and strategic storage. The renewed efforts by the federal government to build new silos and consolidate the existing ones is therefore, aimed at sustaining food reserve. The Government of Nigeria (GoN)over the years has invested massively in the development and construction of silo complexes across the country to store grains produced; but the silo complexes currently in operation are under-utilized because there is no awareness amongst fanners about the silo locations and the importance of the silo facilities in preserving harvested crops. It is as a result of this, that the GoN is considering the option of partnering with the private sector in the rehabilitation/upgrading, management and operations of the silo complexes which hitherto have been the responsibility of Strategic Food Reserve Department of the FMA&RD.
OBJECTIVE:
The objective is to handle associated adverse environmental and social impacts problems highlighted on the Silo Complex project triggered due to activities such as silo operation and maintenance which have adverse environmental and social impacts. For example, the environmental management conditions within the operational silos is generally inadequate and characterized by poor pollution control, waste disposal by burning, non-use of dust and chemical respirators, absence of sickbay and first aid in some facilities and incidences of occupational health related challenges. The silos were categorized into three lots across the Country’s geopolitical zones for ease of implementation and quality delivery by the consultants for each lot responded to.
SCOPE OF WORK:
The Consultant for this assignment is required to work with the Federal Ministry of Environment (FMEnv) throughout the assignment as prescribed in the ESMF. in line with the Nigerian EIA Procedures. He will carry out a literature review of all relevant documents of the World Hank. FMA&D and FMNv and ensure that his reports are in conformity with the applicable laws and guidelines of the World Bank and the FGN. The assignment will cover tasks that include but not limited to the following Safeguards Instruments
(A) Environmental and Social Audit
Take an inventory of all sub-projects to determine whether they were screened/ for their potential environmental and social impacts;
• Assess whether appropriate mitigation instruments were prepared and disclosed as required;
• Assess whether the mitigation measures as prescribed in the ESMP/ ESIA: were adhered to during construction and operational phases;
• Ascertain what the environmental and social issues that arose in most of the sub projects were;
• Evaluate whether stakeholder groups/associations/committees were established at project area of influence;
• Access the capacity of the PIU to follow up environmental and social safeguards concerns during project construction and operations phases;
• Provide for each area of environmental and social concern in the silo sites visited; specifics on the appropriate corrective actions to mitigate the areas of concern and why they are necessary. Indicate priorities for action as well as provide estimates of the cost of implementing the corrective actions and a schedule for implementation.
(B) Integrated Pesticide Management Plan (IPMP)
The consultant shall study existing legislations and policies on use of chemicals for pest management in Nigeria to ensure conformity to the legislation in carrying out the tasks below;
• Identify predominant post harvest pests, rodents and diseases within each geographical region of grain storage locations;
• Prepare a pest management plan to ensure that banned and expired chemicals are not procured or used for the grain preservation across the silos complexes.
• Assess the capacity of Strategic Grain Reserve Department to implement pest control measures including application of chemicals.
• Highlights critical IPM factors for grain storage facility, action measures, cost and responsibilities for implementation and monitoring.
• Develop an integrated pest management plan that outlines strategy which promotes the use of biological or environmental control methods and reduces reliance on chemical pesticides.
• Where the use of chemical is necessary’, the pest management plan is to specify safely guidelines and procedures to be followed.
• Develop a budget and funding plan for the IPMP
• Identify IPMP implementation and monitoring indicators, schedule and responsibility arrangement
• The Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (KMA&D) in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Finance now invites eligible consulting firms (“Consultants”) to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services.
CATEGORIZATION OF THE SILO COMPLEXES IN 3 LOTS
North East and North West Zones -13 silos
S/N
LOCATION
STATE
COMPLETION STATUS
STORAGE CAPACITY (metric tons)

1
Bauchi
Bauchi
859o completed
25,000

2 Damaturu
Yobe
75% completed
25,000

3 Gombe
Gombe
In operation
25,000

4 Jalingo
Taraba
Completed
25,000

5 Maiduguri
Borno
80 % completed
100,000

6 Yola
Adamawa
Completed
25,000

7 Bulasa
Kebbi
Completed
100,000
8 Dutsin-Ma
Katsina
Completed
25,000

9 Gaya
Kano
Completed
25,000

10 Gusau
Zamfara
Completed
100,000

11 Jahun
Jigawa
In operation
25,000

12 Kaduna
Kaduna
In operation
25,000

13 Sokoto
Sokoto
Completed
25,000

North Central Zones- 8 Silos
S/N
LOCATION
STATE
COMPLETION STATUS
STORAGE CAPACITY (metric tons)

1 Jos
Plateau
In operation
25,000

2 Kwali
FCT
In operation
100,000

3 Lafia
Nasarawa
75% completed
25,000

4 Lafiagi
Kwara
In operation
11,000

5 Ilorin
Kwara
In operation
25,000

6 Lokoja
Kogi
80% completed
25,000

7 Markurdi
Benue
In operation
25,000

8 Minna
Niger
In operation
25,000

Southern States/Zones – 12 Silos
S/N
LOCATION
STATE
COMPLETION STATUS
STORAGE CAPACITY (metric tons)

1 Ado Ekiti
Ekiti
85% completed
100,000

2 Akure
Ondo
In operation
25,000

3 Ezillo
Ebonyi
In operation
25,000

4 Ibadan
Oyo
In operation
25,000

5 Igbariam
Anambra
80% completed
25,000

6 Ikenne
Ogun
80% completed
25,000

7 Ilesha
Osun
Completed
25,000

8 Irrua
Edo
In operation
25,000

9 Ogoja
Cross River
In Operation
25,000

10 Okigwe
Imo
85% completed
100,000

11 Uyo
Akwa – Ibom
82% completed
25,000

12 Yenagoa
Bayelsa
70% completed
100,000

Submission of Expressions of Interest (EOIs):
Prospective Environmental Management Consultants can submit Expression of Interest detailing the following information as basis for pre-qualification:
Profile of firm/consortium including ownership structure and role of each corporate entity with full contact details of each firm;
• Track verifiable records in Environmental and Social management Consultancy with government or Donor Agencies;
• Details of direct experience advising governments in environmental and Social Safeguards particularly in the Agricultural Sector;
• Proof of working knowledge of World Bank operational safeguards policies gained through hands-on experience in the preparation and implementation of projects;
• Experience working in Nigeria and/or sub-Saharan Africa;
The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank’s Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrower, Revised January 2011. Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a sub consultancy to enhance their qualifications. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Consultants Qualification Selection (CQS) Method set out in the Consultant Guidelines.
Further information can be obtained via the phone number below during office hours 9:00 am to 4:00pm, Monday through Friday (except public holidays): 08027098072
Expressions of Interest must be submitted in one (1) original and five (5) copies in a sealed envelope clearly marked “Expressions of Interest for Environmental and Social Impact Audit of Silo Complexes”. ACD-ROM version should also be included.
Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to the address below in person, or by mail,not later than 3:00pm., on 31st August, 2016.
The Permanent Secretary
Through:
The Director,
Food & Strategic Reserve Department
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development
NAIC Building, 3rd Floor
Central Business District
FCT Abuja, Nigeria
Interested Consultants are requested to note that:
Submission of EOIs through electronic media will not be considered.
Only short-listed Consultants will be contacted

Technology Incubation Centre, Taraba – Taraba State
National Board for Technology Incubation
Federal Ministry of Science and Technology

Invitation for Tender (Technical and Financial)
(1) INTRODUCTION
Technology Incubation Centre, Jalingo, Taraba State invites interested and reputable Contractors / Companies with relevant experience and good track records to apply for tender in respect of the various projects for its 2016 Capital Appropriations.
(2) SCOPE
LOT A SECTION A
LOT 1 Procurement of Equipment for Packaging and labeling of products for commercialization
LOT 2 Procurement of Equipment, Furniture and Fittings (IPTTO)
LOT 3 Construction of Five (5) Incubation Units
LOT 4 Renovation of Existing Incubation Unit
(1) 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
(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 Interim Registration Report from 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.
(2) COLLECTION OF TENDER DOCUMENTS
Tender documents are obtainable from the office of the Centre Manager, Technology incubation Centre, Jalingo, Former Taraba State Inland Revenue Service Office, 49 Barde Way, Jalingo, Taraba State or
The Head of Procurement, National Board for Technology Incubation, Room 5 Ground floor, No 10 Zambezi crescent, Maitama, Abuja-Payment of Tender Fees of N10,000 through remita platform of Technology Business Incubator Centre-Jalingo or National Board for Technology Incubation
(3) SUBMISSION.
The bid documents should be returned in a sealed envelope with the Lot marked at the top left hand corner of the envelope,
Two envelop 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 CENTRE MANAGER, TECHNOLOGY INCUBATION CENTER, JALINGO, Former Taraba State Inland Revenue Service Office, 49 Barde Way, Jalingo, Taraba State should reach the office of the CENTRE
MANAGER, TECHNOLOGY INCUBATION CENTER, JALINCO, Former Taraba State Inland Revenue Service Office, 49 Barde Way, Jalingo, Taraba State, not later than Wednesday 21stSeptember 2016.
(4) Closing and Opening of Bid Documents:
Bids submission shall be close by 12.00 noon Wednesday 21st September, 2016 and the received Bid Documents shall be publicly opened immediately at the same day at the Technology Incubation Centre Jalingo. Representatives of Bidding Companies are requested to be present as well as Civil Society Observers.
(5) 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 Centre.
(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 TIC Jalingo by virtue of such bidder having responded to the adverts.
Signed
Centre Manager, Technology Incubation Centre,
Jalingo, Taraba State

Technology Incubation Centre, Kaduna – Kaduna State
National Board for Technology Incubation
Federal Ministry of Science and Technology

Invitation for Tender (Technical and Financial)
(1) Introduction
Technology Incubation Centre, Kaduna, Kaduna State invites interested and reputable Contractors / Companies with relevant experience and good track records to apply for tender in respect of the various projects for its 2016 Capital Appropriations.
(2) SCOPE
LOTA SECTION A
LOT 1 Procurement of Equipment for Packaging and labeling of products for commercialization
LOT 2 Construction of Five (5) Incubation Units
(1) 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.
(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 Interim Registration Report from 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.
(2) COLLECTION OF TENDER DOCUMENTS
Tender documents are obtainable from the office of the Centre Manager, Technology incubation Centre, Kaduna, Kachia Road by Command Junction GSS Roundabout, Inside Old Ministry of Agric & Natural Resources, Kaduna, Kaduna State or The Head of Procurement, National Board for Technology Incubation, Room 5 Ground floor, No 10 Zambezi crescent, Maitama, Abuja. Payment of Tender Fees of N10,000 through remita platform of Technology Business Incubator Centre -Kaduna or National Board for Technology Incubation
(3) SUBMISSION.
The bid documents should be returned in a sealed envelope with the Lot marked at the top left hand corner of the envelope, Two envelop 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 CENTRE MANAGER,TECHNOLOGY INCUBATION CENTER, KADUNA, KM 7 Kaduna- Zaria road, opposite ALMON filling Station, Rigachukun, Kaduna, Kaduna state should reach the office of the CENTRE MANAGER, TECHNOLOGY INCUBATION CENTER, KADUNA, Kachia Road by Command Junction GSS Roundabout, Inside Old
Ministry of Agric & Natural Resources, Kaduna, Kaduna State, not later than Thursday 22ndSeptember, 2016.
(4) Closing and Opening of Bid Documents:
Bids submission shall be close by 12.00 noon Thursday 22nd September, 2016 and the received Bid Documents shall be publicly opened immediately at the same day at the Technology Incubation Centre Kaduna. Representatives of Bidding Companies are requested to be present as well as Civil Society Observers.
(5) 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 Centre.
(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 TIC Kaduna by virtue of such bidder having responded to the adverts.

Signed
Centre Manager,
Technology Incubation Center, Kaduna, Kaduna State

United Nations Development Programme
8th FGN-UNDP Country Programme (2014-2017) UNDP Office Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget,
Jerome Udorji Secretariat, Awka, Anambra State
Invitation for Pre-Qualification and Tender

The Anambra State Government in conjunction with United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) hereby invites bids for pre-qualification and consideration for tender from interested reputable and competent consultants to execute the under-listed assignments:
(1) ESTABLISHMENT OF AN INFORMATION ACTION CENTRE IN AWKA TO IMPROVE INFORMATION SHARING ON PUBLIC ACCOUNTABILITY (AN SG/UN DP/GPB16/01) OBJECTIVE
• To promote Public Accountability and increased public participation in governance.
• To improve public finance management at all levels of governance in the state.
• To create a framework for all tiers of government to reach out to people in local communities through proactive provision of information.
• To enable citizens monitor activities and performance of institutions responsible for implementation of public works.
• To provide an avenue for giving effect to the rights of citizens and residents to access public information in the custody of all institutions of governance.
• To create necessary conducive environment for greater participation and effective dialogue amongst and between citizens, civic actors and other stakeholders.
• To provide channels through which various interest groups and stakeholders could air their feedback and complaints on diverse aspects of public governance.
SCOPE OF WORK
The Consultants) will be required to:
• Develop an appropriate method for executing the assignment.
• Facilitate the setting up of the Information Action Centre.
• Advise on how to equip the Centre and create conducive working environment including staffing requirements and training.
• Develop framework for linking the Centre with the State Public Complaints Desk.
• Develop an M&E framework for the Centre.
• Provide interim and final report addressing the listed objectives of the assignment.
CONSULTANTS PROFILE
The Consultant must demonstrate full competence in implementing the scope of work with strong expertise and industry background required for this project from a technical, educational and experience perspective in setting up an Information Action Centre.
QUALIFICATIONS
• Minimum of Master’s Degree in Sociology, Political Science, Development Studies, Public Administration or other relevant Social Sciences.
• Have experience and reputation with proven record of accomplishment in the areas of promoting good governance, transparent and accountable leadership in public service.
• Knowledge of budgetary reforms at sub-national levels, including knowledge of the political terrain, legal and regulatory framework governing the management of public resources.
• Extensive knowledge and at least 5 years experience in the area of strategic planning on issues around budget and expenditure tracking, local governance, project monitoring and public accountability at sub national levels.
• Robust understanding, good knowledge and experience on issues around establishing an Information Action Centre and other related transparency and accountability issues
• Experience in facilitating trainings/meetings/sensitization activities on participatory processes including budget and expenditure tracking as well as projects monitoring and public accountability.
• Excellent written and oral English communication skills.
(2) (A) ORGANIZE WORKSHOP FOR STAKEHOLDERS IN THE HEALTH, EDUCATION AND WATER SECTORS IN ANAMBRA STATE TO DRAW UP AN INTEGRITY PLAN AND ESTABLISH COORDINATING COMMITTEES TO FOLLOW UP WITH THE PLAN (B) CONDUCT MEETINGS OF THE COORDINATING COMMITTEE TO ESTABLISH ANTI CORRUPTION DESKS IN THE THREE SECTORS ABOVE ANSG/UNDP/GBP/16/02) OBJECTIVE
• To Strengthen integrity and anticorruption culture in public sector by identifying risks, planning and implementing adequate measures.
• To strengthen the rule of law, and restore public confidence in public institutions by eliminating causes of corruption.
ACTIVITIES:
• Draw up an integrity plan for the Health, Education and Water sectors in Anambra State.
• Establish a Coordinating Committees to follow up and report on the plan.
• Set up Anticorruption Desks in the three MDAs responsible for health, education and water supply in Anambra State.
SCOPE OF WORK
The Consultant(s) will be required to
• Prepare detailed agenda with time table, workshop materials and training manuals
• Facilitate the training workshop
• Set up a Working Committee/Group responsible for drawing the integrity plan.
• Organize the Group to set up Programme of work, reviewing information from the already conducted
• Corruption Risk Assessment in the three sectors and propose measures to avoid risks, improve the situation and prevent the occurrence of new risks.
• Prepare final report of the group, attaching the Integrity Plan.
• Establish a system of control over the implementation of the Integrity Plan.
• Establish Anti- Corruption Desks in the three MDAs responsible for the three sectors.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Degree in Law, Public Administration, Management, Sociology or any of the Social Sciences
• Experience in governance & institutional reforms strategies
• 10 years post qualification experience in reform programmes
• Robust knowledge, understanding & experience on issues around Integrity Plans and other related transparency & accountability matters.
• Knowledge of UNDP-funded programmes and other bi-lateral agencies
• Knowledge of Anambra Political terrain
EVALUATION CRITERIA
All applications will be evaluated using the following criteria:
(1) Relevant qualifications and years of experience
(2) Relevant and similar work experience on similar initiative
(3) Depth of proposal in addressing the subject matter
(4) Knowledge of UNDP-funded programmes or other bi-lateral agencies
APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Interested Consultant(s) should submit not later than 24th August 2016 a detailed Technical Proposal detailing their understanding of the assignment, methodology, work plan, profile and a Financial Proposal for the assignment in separate sealed envelopes. The envelopes should be marked “Technical Proposal” & Financial Proposal” as the case may be, at the top right hand corner and the name of the project e.g. (ANSG/UNDP/GBP/16/01 -02) clearly marked on each envelope.
The documents are to be submitted in 5 copies, one original and four copies for both Financial and Technical proposals to the Partnership Manager, UNDP Office, Ministry of Economic Planning, Budget and Development Partners, Chief Jerome Udorji Secretariat, Awka, Anambra State.
Signed:
Mark Okoye
Commissioner, Ministry of Economic Planning,
Budget and Development Partners
Chief Jerome Udoji Secretariat Complex
Awka, Anambra State

Nneka Onwudiwe
Partnership Manager, UNDP
Chief Jerome Udorji Secretariat
Complex
Awka, Anambra State.

United Nations Development Programme
8th FGN-UNDP Country Programme (2014-2017) UNDP Office
Ministry of Economic Planning and Budget,
Jerome Udorji Secretariat, Awka, Anambra State
Invitation for Pre-Qualification and Tender

The Anambra State Government in conjunction with United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) hereby invites bids for pre-qualification and consideration for Tender from interested, reputable and competent consultants to execute the under listed assignments.
(1.0) TRAINING OF STAFF OF THE STATE BUREAU OF STATISTICS, PRS DEPARTMENTS AND OTHER RELEVANT OFFICERS ON EFFECTIVE APPLICATION OF EXCEL, SPSS AND CSPRO FOR STATISTICAL DATA AN ALYSIS (ANSG/UNDP/EPAC/16/001)
(1.1) OBJECTIVES:
• To build the capacities of staff of the State Bureau of Statistics and other relevant officers on statistical data analysis;
• To enhance effective State GDP computation;
• To strengthen governance, restore integrity and accountability through proper statistical data analysis:
• To effectively use analyzed data for evidence-based policy design and decision-making.
(1.2) SCOPE OF WORK
The Consultants) will be required to:
• Build sustainable capacity of the participants on the production and use of Statistical data and information in the State;
• Expose the participants to methodology of statistical data analysis;
• Train the participants on effective application of EXCEL, SPSS and CSPRO for statistical analysis;
• Introduce the use of statistical applications for GDP computation;
• Write a report.
(1.3) CONSULTANTS PROFILE
The consultant(s) must demonstrate full competence in implementing the scope of work with strong expertise and industry background required for this project from a technical, educational and experience perspective in the training of participants on the effective application of EXCEL, SPSS and CSPRO for statistical analysis.
(1.4) QUALIFICATIONS:
• Minimum of Master’s Degree in Statistics;
• Have between 4- 6 years direct practical experience as a university lecturer;
• Robust understanding, good knowledge and experience on effective application of EXCEL, SPSS and CSPRO for statistical analysis;
• Experience in similar projects in the past.
(2.0) TRAINING OF KEY STAFF OF MDAs ON MAINSTREAMING SDGs INTO STATE MEDIUM TERM PLANS, MTEF AND ZERO BUDGETING PROCESS (ANSG/UNDP/EPAC/16/002)
(2.1) OBJECTIVES:
• To strengthen integrity and accountability mechanism through effective State Medium Term Plans, MTEF and Zero Budgeting Process;
• Build sustainable capacity of the participants on mainstreaming SDGs into State Medium Term Plans, MTEF and Zero Budgeting Process;
• To enhance Good Governance and effective service delivery through State Medium Term Plans, MTEF and Zero Budgeting Process;
• To enhance the culture of realistic Planning and Budgeting.
(2.2) SCOPE OFWORK
The consultants) will be required to:
• Introduce participants to the methodology of mainstreaming SDGs into State Medium Term Plans, MTEF and Zero Budgeting Process;
• Sensitize participants on the purpose and importance of the Goals and Indicators of SDGs;
• Acquaint participants with the philosophy, rational, major provisions and challenges of mainstreaming SDGs into State Medium Term Plans, MTEF and Zero Budgeting Process;
• Strengthen the capacities of participants on effective State Medium Term Plans, MTEF and Zero Budgeting Process;
• Expose participants to the culture of realistic Planning and Budgeting;
• Expose participants to the benefits of mainstreaming SDGs into State Medium Term Plans, MTEF and Zero Budgeting Process.
(2.3) PRE-QUALIFICATION CRITERIA:
• Possession of minimum of Master’s Degree in Economics, Statistics, Agricultural Economics, Accountancy and other related field;
• Have between 7-10 years direct practical experience;
• Robust understanding, good knowledge and experience on budgeting process;
• Experience in similar projects in the past.
(2.4) EVALUATION CRITERIA:
• Relevant qualifications/years of experience;
• Relevant and similar work experience on similar initiatives:
• Depth of proposal in addressing subject matter:
• Knowledge of UNDP funded programmes or other bilateral agencies.
(2.5:) APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Interested Consultants) should submit not later than 24th August 2016 a detailed technical proposal detailing their understanding of the assignment, methodology, work plan, profile and a financial proposal for the assignment in separate sealed envelopes. The envelopes should be marked Technical Proposal and Financial Proposal’ as the case may be, at the top right hand corner and the name of the project e.g. (ANSG/UNDP/EPAC/16/001) clearly marked on each envelope.
The documents are to be submitted in five (5) copies, one (1) original and four (4) photocopies for both financial and technical proposals to the Partnership Manager UNDP office, Chief Jerome Udoji Secretariat Complex, Awka, Anambra State.
Signed:
Mark Okoye
Commissioner, Ministry of Economic Planning,
Budget and Development Partners
Chief Jerome Udoji Secretariat Complex
Awka, Anambra State

Nneka Onwudiwe
Partnership Manager, UNDP
Chief Jerome Udorji Secretariat
Complex
Awka, Anambra State.

Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON)
Properties for Sale

The Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) in fulfilment of its objectives and exercise of its statutory duty of efficiently resolving eligible bank assets purchased from various eligible financial institutions in Nigeria, offers the following properties for sale to interested members of the public Further details of the properties available for sale, can be found on the following website:https://online.amcon.com.ng/disposals
ELIGIBILITY TO PARTICIPATE
To participate in the process, an interested party must meet the following criteria:
(i) Individual / Corporate entity must not be indebted to AMCON:
(ii) Directors of interested companies must not be indebted to AMCON; and
(iii) Individual must not be an AMCON employee, a relative of an AMCON employee or member of the Board of AMCON
BIDDING PROCESS;
(i) A competitive bidding process has been adopted for the disposal of the properties
(ii) Bid forms are available from the relevant sales agent whose contact details are provided in the schedule of properties being offered for sale. Alternatively, they can be downloaded from AMCON’s website https://online.amcon.com.ng/disposals/ or requested by emailing amcon.disposals@amcon.com.ng
(iii) Bid forms must be submitted alongside 10% of the bid amount in Certified Bank Drafts or evidence of the transfer of 10% of the bid sum to a specified bank account, details of which are provided with the bid forms Please note that where bank drafts are provided and the deposit sum exceeds N10million, multiple certified bank drafts must be provided.
(iv) The bid submission must be made in a sealed envelope with “Bid for Property” inscribed on the top left corner of the envelope.
(v) The Certified Bank drafts and transferred funds of unsuccessful bidders will be refunded once the bidding process is concluded.
(vi) The successful bidders will be required to pay the 90% outstanding balance of the bid price within 15 calendar days of the bid submission deadline, failing which the 10% deposit becomes non-refundable and the property would be offered to other buyers.
(vii) Bids cannot be withdrawn or cancelled once submitted.
SUBMISSION OF BIDS – ABUJA:
(1) Bids for properties located in Abuja must be sealed and submitted in the designated bid box at the following address: Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON), No. 417 Tigris Crescent, Off Aguiyi Ironsi Street, Maitama, Abuja
(i) The deadline for the submission of bids is 10:00 am Monday, 29th August, 2016
(ii) All bids submitted in Abuja will be opened at the AMCON Abuja office where the bids were submitted at 11:00am Monday, 29th August, 2016.
SUBMISSION OF BIDS – LAGOS:
(ii) Bids for properties located in Lagos must be sealed and submitted in the designated bid box at the following address:
Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) 67, Marina Street, Lagos Island, Lagos
(iii) The deadline for the submission of bids is 12:00 noon on Wednesday, 31st August, 2016
(iv) All bids submitted in Lagos will be opened at the AMCON Lagos office where the bids were submitted at 1:00 pm Wednesday, 31st August, 2016.
OPENING OF BIDS;
(i) All bidders and / or their representatives are welcome to be present at the bid opening. The highest bid for each property will emerge the winner subject to the highest bid being equal to or above the reserve price. Results will be announced immediately after the conduct of the exercise.
(ii) In the event of a tied bid at the bid opening or where none of the bids match or exceed the reserve price, bidders will be required to submit fresh bids at the bid opening. The outcome of the fresh bid submissions will be announced at the bid opening.
(iii) Conclusion of sale of some properties, due to size, may further be subject to higher authority approval.
PROPERTY INSPECTION
All interested bidders are invited to contact the Sales Agents stated in the schedule above for guided inspections of the properties and enquiries. The properties will be sold on an “as is” basis. For further information and clarification please visit our website https://online.amcon.com.ng/disposals/ or email AMCON at amcon.disposals@amcon.com.ng .
SIGNED: The Secretary, Asset Sale & Negotiation Committee, Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria, 67, Marina Street, Lagos Island, Lagos
ABUJA PROPERTIES – Contact: Habibu & Co: 08039606711; 08033110271

S/N
PROPERTY ADDRESS
LAND SIZE
PROPERTY DETAILS

Okanje District, Cadastral Zone C13, Abuja
109,000.00sqm.
Residential estate comprising of various uncompleted structures and 2 blocks of 4no 5 bdrm semi-detached duplexes completed.

Plot 1408 Central Area, Olusegun Obasanjo Way, Abuja.
4,161.57 sqm
Bare land

LAGOS PROPERTIES
Contact: Chinedu Ogbogu and Associates: 08077169841
Knight Frank Estate Agency: 08033030380; 08033008377; 08139645060

S/N
PROPERTY ADDRESS
LAND SIZE
PROPERTY DETAILS

Property at Mosheshe Jetty, Aletile Street, off Cardoso Street, Kirikiri, Apapa, Lagos
7,800 sqm
Industrial cement bagging plant with various equipment on site.

Plot 5/7, Amuwo Odofin Park Estate, Ijesha, Oshodi Apapa Expressway, Lagos
1,521.47sqm
Warehouse

Bare land at Matyegun, off Lekki Expressway, Lagos
109,000.00sqm
Bare land

Plot A, Block 113, Lekki Scheme, Lagos
3,652.69 sqm
Bare land

Block J, Plot 63 Road 3 VGC Ikota, Lekki Epe Expressway Lagos

4,165 sqm
Residential property consisting of 5 units of 4 Bdrm terrace houses and 4 Units of 5 bdrm semi-detached houses

Plot 1124, Saka Tinubu Close, Victoria Island, Lagos
400sqm
Private residential property comprising of a one (1) storey building

Plot 13 Emmanuel Keshi Road, Magorio GRA, Shangisha, Lagos
810sqm
Residential property comprising 2 Units of 4 bdrm houses

Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR)
7 Kofo Abayomi Street, Victoria Island, Lagos
Invitation to Tender and Expression of Interest (EOI)

(A) Introduction
Interested and reputable Vendors, Contractors, Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and Service Providers are hereby invited to tender for both Technical and Financial Bids for the procurement of the following Goods, Works and Services in Compliance with Public Procurement Act 2007.
(B) CLASSIFICATION OF PROJECTS
LOT PROJECT CLASSIFICATION
Lot 1 Setting up and furnishing of Two (2) new offices in Edo & Niger States and relocation of existing Office from Aba to Umuahia. Works
Lot 2 Complete renovation and upgrade of fire and gas protection systems in DPR Offices nationwide to ensure safety audit compliance. Works
Lot 3 Procurement of Value Monitoring & Benchmarking (VMB) modeling and Data Bank Analytical System. Services
Lot 4 Capacity building and skill acquisition on Value Monitoring & Benchmarking (VMB) Modeling and Data Bank Analytical System. Services
Lot 5 Acquisition of engineering codes and standards for processing plants, pipelines and hydrocarbon measurements. Services
Lot 6 Procurement, installation & configuration of check points & CISCO ISE to facilitate internet/network safety via cyber scanning & network User Identification. Works
Lot 7 Implementation of the Downstream Memorandum of Understanding (DMOU) to ensure attached obligations are executed. Services
Lot 8 Conferment of title to acreage awardees on blocks allocated. Services
Lot 9 Procurement of annual subscription license for commodity pricing &vessel movement analysis. Services
Lot 10 Upgrade , furnishing and equipping of two (2) floors at DPR Head Office building, 7, Kofo Abayomi Street Victoria Island, Lagos. The work items specified amongst others Works
Lot 11 Electronic License & Permit System (ELPS) – Oil and Gas Industry Service Permit (OGISP) expansion and Re-launch of Petroleum Products Importation Permit System (PPIPS). Services
Lot 12 Installation & deployment of Wide Area Network (WAN) at DPR Headquarters Lagos for real-time digital communication between Headquarters & Field Offices. Works
Lot 13 Upgrade of Fiscal Payment Administration System (FISPAS) for royalties administration. Services
Lot 14 Production of compendium on procedure guides, regulations and Oil & Gas laws from 1958. Services
Lot 15 Consultancy on Site Location for the Petroleum Product Testing Laboratory at Abuja Zonal Office Services
(C) QUALIFICATION CRITERIA AND REQUIREMENTS
The DPR in compliance with the provision of Public Procurement Act 2007 and Bureau of Public Procurement Guidelines request interested companies to submit the following documents as pre¬requisite for assessment/consideration:
(i) Evidence of registration with Corporate Affairs Commission
(ii) Certified true copies of Memorandum and Article of Association of company and CAC Form C02 and C07
(iii) TAX clearance Certificate for the last three years 2013, 2014 and 2015 verifiable from the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS)
(iv) Evidence of Payment of Training Contributions to Industrial Training Fund
(v) Evidence of VAT Registration Certificate with TIN Number and remittances
(vi) Evidence of Registration with Bureau of Public Procurement as a Contractor
(vii) Evidence of financial capability and support from a licensed commercial bank
(viii) Company’s profile including Technical qualification and experience of key professional staff and other resources
(ix) Verifiable evidence of similar jobs executed in the recent past and knowledge of the Industry/Project
(x) A Company’s audited Accounts for 2013, 2014 and 2015 duly endorsed by Certified Accounting firm
(xi) Evidence of Registration with relevant professional body or Certificate of Competence and qualification by appropriate regulatory agency
(xii) List of relevant equipment owned
(xiii) Name /e-mail address and phone number of contact person in Company Letter head
(xiv) A letter authorizing the Department of Petroleum Resources to verify claims with relevant agencies or bodies
(xv) Visit to Project site/office
(xvi) A sworn affidavit confirming that all information presented and attached are true and correct of the Company and that none of the Directors has been convicted in any court of law for any criminal/financial offence or a staff of BPP or DPR
(xvii) Evidence of OGISP registration (Oil & Gas Industrial Permit) where applicable
(xviii) Evidence of Registration with Financial Reporting Council
(xix) Evidence of compliance with Pension Fund Act for Registration/Remittances and
(xx) Evidence of compliance with employee’s Compensation Act showing remittance of 1 % of total annual emolument of their workers to Nigerian Social Insurance Trust Fund.
(D) ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
The advertisement shall not be considered as commitment on the part of the Department of Petroleum Resources nor shall it entitle potential companies to make any claims whatsoever or seek any indemnity from Department of Petroleum Resources by virtue of such Company having responded to this advertisement.
(E) COLLECTION AND SUBMISSION OF TECHNICAL AND FINANCIAL PROPOSAL
Tender document can be collected at the 9th floor of the Department Headquarters, Lagos. The Technical and Financial bids must be submitted in a sealed envelope separately marked at the top left hand corner and addressed to the Director, Department of Petroleum Resources,7, Kofo Abayomi Street, 9th floor, Victoria Island, Lagos. Only companies with satisfactory Technical Proposals will be invited for the opening of Financial Proposals. Proposals and bids in the value of NGN100 Million and above for good, consultancy services/non-consultancy services and NGN300 Million and above for works must be accompanied by (a Bank Bid Security) of not more than 2% of bid sum. Bids for Expression of Interest (EOI) will be opened on 22nd August, 2016 whereas other bids will be on 19th September, 2016 all at 2:00pm in the presence of the bidders/representatives and other relevant statutory bodies in line with the provisions of the Public Procurement Act 2007 at the conference room of the Department.
For further enquiries on the Pre-qualification, contact:
Tender Secretariat
Department of Petroleum Resources
7th .Floor, DPR Office Building, No 7,
Kofo Abayomi Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.

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