procurement adverts

Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development

The National Agricultural Seeds Council (NASC) of the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development wishes to refer to its advert published on the 12th of July, 2016 in the Daily Trust and Federal Tenders Journal regarding the invitation for technical and financial bids for the execution of 2016 capital projects for goods and construction, and inform interested bidders to submit the under-listed additional information:
(i) Valid Tax Clearance Certificate
(ii) Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Certificate of Compliance
(iii) Evidence of Registration on the National Database of Contractors, Consultants and Service Providers including BPP Interim Registration Report
(iv) Sworn Affidavit stating all information provided are true/correct and exonerating the Company from any form of bankruptcy and convictions
(v) Sworn affidavit indicating that none of the Directors of the Company has been convicted in any court for any criminal offence including fraud and financial impropriety
(vi) Sworn affidavit indicating that no officer of the National Agricultural Seeds Council or the Bureau of Public Procurement is a former or present Director, Shareholder or has any pecuniary interest in the company.
In view of the above, deadline for submission of Technical Bids has been rescheduled for 12noon 2nd September, 2016 while the Bids Opening Ceremony is fixed for 1.00pm on the same day at the same venue earlier advertised.
All lots remained as advertised.
Any inconveniences caused by this development is highly regretted.
Director General

National Agricultural Seeds Council
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development
Invitation for Technical and Financial Bids for the Execution of 2016 Capital Projects
The National Agricultural Seeds Council (NASC) of the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development in furtherance of its statutory mandate intends to undertake the execution of some capital projects under Good and Works as provided for in the 2016 Capital Budget of the Council in respect of the items indicated below:
A1 Purchase of Rice Reapers, Shellers and Mobile Seed Processing Equipment

A2 Supply of Seed Testing Equipment

A3 Supply and Installation of Tag Printing Machines

A4 Supply of Office Equipment

C1 Construction and equipping of Tissue Culture Laboratory at Sheda, Abuja

C2 Rehabilitation of Administration Building at Sheda, Abuja

Prospective Bidders are expected to submit the following Basic Requirements:
(a) Evidence of registration with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC);
(b) Detailed Company Profile.
(c) VAT Certificate and evidence of remittances;
(d) Evidence of Tax Clearance Certificate for the last three (3) years:
(e) Evidence of compliance with Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Amendment Act 2011
(f) Evidence of compliance with the Pensions Reform Act, 2004 by inclusion of certificate of compliance by the National Pension Commission.
(g) Letter of Financial Capability & Banking Support
(h) Company audited accounts for last 3 years;
(i) Evidence of five (5) similar jobs previously executed or currently being executed with verifiable letters of contract award, job completion and payments in the last five years;
Tender Documents are obtainable from the Procurement Unit, National Agricultural Seeds Council, (6thFloor), BOA Plaza, Independence Way, Central Business District, upon the presentation of evidence of payment of a non-refundable fee of N20,000 Twenty thousand naira only for each of the Lot
Completed Technical and Financial Proposals for the project(s) of interest should be submitted in three (3) copies including one (1) original and two (2) copies enclosed in separate sealed envelopes marked ‘Technical’ and ‘Financial’ and both sealed m a third envelope marked with the appropriate “Lot Number and Project title” addressed and returned to address below not later than 12 noon, on Wednesday August, 17th 2016 for Goods and Services. Late submission will be rejected;
Director General,
National Agricultural Seeds Council,
6th Floor, BOA Plaza, Independence Way,
Central Business District Abuja,
Technical Bids will be opened on Wednesday August 17th 2016 in the Conference Room of National Agricultural Seeds Council immediately after the deadline for the submission of the bids Bidders or their representatives, relevant Professional Bodies, NGOs working in the areas of Transparency and Ant-Corruption and interested members of the General Public are invited to the opening exercise.
(i) This advertisement shall not be construed as a commitment on the part of the National Agricultural Seeds Council nor shall it entitle any bidder submitting documents to claim any indemnity from the Council.
(ii) Certificates and any other documents submitted may be referred to the respective issuing authority for verification and authentication. Due diligence shall be conducted to verify any claims made by the bidders
(iii) Contractors are not permitted to bid for more than two lots. Violation of this rule may lead to disqualification
(iv) Technical and Financial Bids put in one envelope that will expose
(v) Only bidders with successful technical bids shall be invited to the next stage of the bidding process
Director General

Invitation to Tender

Federal Government Girls College, Omuaran hereby invites interested, competent and qualified Contractors for the procurement of the following under-listed works and goods.
LOT W1: Renovation and Re-roofing of 3Nos locks of Classroom
LOT W2: Renovation and Re-roofing of 3nos Hostel Blocks
LOT G1: Procurement and Installation of Furniture and Equipment for Dining Hall
(A) Tendering shall be conducted through the National Competitive Bidding specified in the Procurement Act 2007 and is open to all interested Contractors.
Prospective bidders are required to submit the following documents
• Verifiable evidence of Certificate of registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC)
• Verifiable evidence of Tax Clearance Certificate in the last three years (2013, 2014 and 2015)
• Verifiable evidence of current Pension Commission (PENCOM) compliance clearance certificate (2016)
• Verifiable evidence of current Industrial Training Fund Certificate (ITF) (2016)
• Verifiable evidence of compliance with registration with National Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF)
• Verifiable evidence of registration with the Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP) Federal Contractors, Consultants and suppliers Database in the form of current Interim Registration Report (IRR)
• Verifiable evidence of financial support from a reputable bank
• Verifiable evidence of letters of award and job completion certificates of previous experience in similar job(s) at least three (3) in the last five years
• Verifiable evidence of construction equipment with proof of ownership or lease agreement
• Verifiable evidence of company profile and technical qualification of key personnel with registration with relevant professional bodies
• Verifiable evidence of Certificate of registration with Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria
• A sworn affidavit confirming that all information presented and attached are true and correct, that the company is not in receivership, insolvent or bankrupt and none of its Directors was ever convicted by any court of law or staff of the Federal Ministry of Education (FME) or BPP
• Verifiable evidence of payment of a non-refundable tender fee of N20,000.00
N.B. The above listed requirements shall form part of the Evaluation Criteria and non-compliance with any of the stated conditions shall result in automatic disqualification of the bidder.
(C) TENDER DOCUMENTS: Tender documents are obtainable from the Office of the Secretary, School Tenders Board, Federal Government Girls College, Omuaran as from Wednesday 17th August 2016 on the presentation of RRR for a non-refundable Tender fee of Twenty Thousand naira (N20,000.00) per lot payable at any bank VIA REMITA TO FGGC OMUARAN
(D) SUBMISSION OF TENDERS: All duly completed tenders must be submitted in the following prescribed manners:
(a) The tender Qualifications/Requirements/Company’s profile mandatorily filled in ink will be sealed in an envelope and boldly marked “Technical Requirements for LOT (being applied for) at the topmost right hand corner of the envelope with the name and phone number of the Company boldly written at the back of the envelope.
(b) The Priced Bills of Quantities will be in another envelope and boldly marked “Financial” for LOT (being applied for),
(c) The two (2) marked envelopes in (a) and (b) are sealed in a single Large Envelope and marked LOT NO….. and addressed to: The Principal, Federal Government Girls College, Omuaran ” not later than 12noon Wednesday, 28th September, 2016.
(E) CLOSING/OPENING OF BIDS: Submission of Tender closes on Wednesday, 28th September, 2016 at 12noon. Bids will be publicly opened thereafter same day at Federal Government Girls College, Omuaran.

Federal Neuro-Psychiatric Hospital, Yaba
P.M.B. 2008 Yaba Lagos.
Invitation for Technical and Financial Bids

The Federal Neuro-Psyehiatrie Hospital, Yaba is in the process of executing the 2016 Capital Projects. Consequently the hospital seek to engage competent Contractors/Suppliers with relevant experiences and good track record to submit technical and financial bids for the under listed projects.

1 FNPH/2016/YB/01

2 FNPH/2016/YB/02

3 FNPH/2016/YB/03

4 FNPH/2016/YB/04

5 FNPH/2016/YB/05

6 FNPH/2016/OSD/06

7 FNPH/2516/YB/07

(2.0) All envelopes for the Technical Bid must contain the following documents:
(1) Company profile and organization structure including names, resumes and telephone numbers of key personnel.
(2) Verifiable list of previous/similar major contracts carried out in the last five years particularly in health institutions and government organizations.
(3) Company Audited Account for the last three (3) years (2013, 2014, 2015).
(4) Evidence of incorporation and Tax Clearance Certificate for the last three years (3) years.
(5) Evidence of financial strength, credit worthiness and solvency.
(6) List of Equipment to be deployed for the project and proof of ownership.
(7) Evidence of VAT Registration and VAT Remittances.
(8) Evidence of registration with Federal and State Government.
(9) Evidence of payment of ₦30,000.00 (Thirty Thousand Naira Only) non-refundable processing fee to the Accounts Department of the hospital. Any other relevant information that will enhance your company’s application.
The Tender documents are to be collected not later than 13th September 2016 and submitted not later than 27th September 2016.
Only bidders who qualify from the Technical Bid Assessment will have their Financial Bids opened for analysis. They shall be invited for the opening of the financial bids not more than 14 days from the Technical Bid opening day.
Bid documents MUST be submitted in two (2) separate sealed envelopes; one each for the Technical and Financial Bids and clearly marked TECHNICAL BID OR FINANCIAL BID at the Top Right Hand Corner. All unmarked Bids will be rejected.
All bids shall be delivered into the appropriate Bid Boxes at the Office of the Head of Administration Federal Neuro-Psychiatric Hospital, Yaba on or before 12.00 noon on the closing date.
All sealed envelopes must have the company’s Name, Address, and Contact Phone Numbers clearly written on the second side of the envelope and addressed to:
The Medical Director
Federal Neuro-Psychiatric Hospital, Yaba
P.M.B. 2008 YABA
Tender envelopes will be opened at the expiration of the 27th September, 2016 in the presence of the companies’ representatives who choose to attend in person in the Boardroom of the Federal Neuro-Psychiatric Hospital, Yaba. Interested members of the public are hereby invited.
(A) That by the submission of Tender documents, the Psychiatric Hospital, Yaba is neither committed nor obliged to award any contract to any contractor.
(B) That this advertisement for invitation to Tender shall not be construed as a commitment on the part of the Hospital, nor shall it entitle any contractor to make any claims whatsoever and/or seek any indemnity from the Psychiatric Hospital, Yaba.
Further information may be obtained from the Procurement Unit of the Federal Neuro-Psychiatric Hospital Yaba.
Attention: Parastatal Tenders Board
Dr. R. A. Adebayo
Ag. Medical Director
Federal Neuro-Psychiatric Hospital

Request for Expression of Interest; Consultant Facilitators, Household Economic Strengthening Capacity Assessment
Scope of Work
Location: Abuja, Kaduna, Lagos – Nigeria

CRS contact person; Alfred Hamadziripi, Technical Director HES, 4Children in Nigeria
To facilitate Household Economic Strengthening (HES) technical capacity assessment by 4Children’s Implementing Partners through the use of a HES Capacity Assessment Tool (HES-CAT).
In January 2016, 4Children began a two-year, USAID-funded technical assistance project in Nigeria. The overarching objective of the project is for 4Children to provide TA to USAID and CDC IPs in responsible graduation and transition of OVC, households, communities, LGAs and states as part of the PEPFAR pivot and reflective of PEPFAR 3.0 priorities. The project 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, high quality HES services must be available and focused on rapidly improving the ability of OVC caregivers to meet the basic needs of the children they care for now and over time. However, the initial scoping visit revealed that the HES technical capacity of the 16 PEPFAR OVC IPs varies. In addition, each IP works with numerous civil society/community-based organizations (CSOs) who provide direct service delivery to beneficiaries. While there is no official county, the PEPFAR OVC program is working with hundreds of these smaller organizations. Therefore, in order for 4Children to develop its HES capacity strengthening approach, additional information is needed about each partner. The purpose of the HES-CAT is to assess, classify, and plan for HES capacity strengthening activities targeting PEPFAR OVC IPs (and their partner CSOs) so that they can more effectively support OVC-households to responsibly graduate from PEPFAR supported programming.
4Children intends to hire consultants to be trained to facilitate the IP HES capacity assessments in collaboration with the IPs and with support from 4Children staff and the HES-CAT developers. After the assessment the tool facilitators will assist in developing capacity improvement plans with the IPs. Once the data are collected and analyzed, they will be used by key members of the 4Children team including the Organizational Capacity Strengthening Technical Advisor, HES Technical Director, MEAL TA, HES Technical Specialists and Agricultural Livelihoods Technical Advisor, and Zonal Coordinators to classify IPs into cohorts and develop appropriate capacity building interventions based on the initial improvement plans.
Description of the Household Economic Strengthening Capacity Assessment Tool (HES-CAT)
The methodology will be guided self-assessment that encourages active participation of a range of staff members from the IP who are involved in supporting HES activities, either as the whole or partial focus of their role. The assessment should include management staff as well as those responsible for implementation. The facilitator and participants should meet and discuss each area to determine the level of capacity and performance in each of the capacity domains. Facilitators will ask open-ended, probing questions to encourage group discussion and will seek to establish a consensus on the ranking score selected. For each domain, participants will be asked to provide evidence that supports the ranking decision and to suggest actions to address identified gaps. Facilitators will complete the template provided, capturing rankings, supporting evidence, suggested actions and any other relevant discussion points. IPs should use the data gathered to develop improvement plans to build sustainable capacity in HES for their organization/implementing mechanism.
Completed capacity assessments and improvement plans will be shared with 4Children who will use the information to identify, prioritize and sequence capacity strengthening approaches for IPs. The findings will also be used by 4Children to allocate IPs to cohorts for HES training appropriate to their level of capacity. The anticipated process is explained in the diagram below.
The majority of the IPs implement via local civil society organizations (CSOs). Thus the challenge for this assessment tool is not only to assess the HES capacity of IPs themselves, but to gauge their capacity to be able to manage and support CSOs implementing HES activities. Many of the CSOs have been focused upon ‘care and protection’ services for OVC and are new to HES. However, for the PEPFAR objectives in relation to graduation to be realized, they now need to strengthen their HES activities. Thus IPs working with CSOs will also require a methodology for systematically assessing the CSO capacity in HES in order to plan for their capacity development needs. Thus the tool will serve the primary purpose of assessing the capacity needs of the IP to support capacity development of the CSOs and a secondary purpose of acting as a guide for the capacity assessment of the CSOs (which will not be part of the IP capacity assessment).
4Children Nigeria seeks consultants to carry out technical capacity assessment related to Household Economic Strengthening of 16 Implementing Partners (IP).
• Attend a four-day training and practice workshop
• Using the HES-CAT facilitate a self-guided assessment of Ips:
• Explain desired capacity objectives and indicators to IP HES staff
• Use descriptions and probing questions to score current status of each capacity indicator
• To collect relevant evidence that supports scoring decisions on current capacity levels, such as toolkits, guidelines and evaluations.
• Assist in analyzing results and formulating development plans to improve HES capacity
• Report overall (aggregate) findings from implementation of the HES-CAT and recommendations for future (follow-up) assessments and using a version of the H ES-CAT by I Ps themselves to assess HES capacity of their CSO partners
• Debriefing with 4Children
Specification: Interested candidates must have a degree in business, organization development, development studies or relevant social sciences. A Master’s degree in Business Administration or Management or Development studies is desirable. Candidates must have at least 3 years’ professional experience with Economic Strengthening (or related economic recovery or livelihoods programming, microfinance, especially community-led savings groups, financial literacy training, microenterprise development and market assessments) especially targeted at orphans and vulnerable children and their caregivers.
Other Skills: Experience in interviewing and facilitating skills (such as those used in conducting focus group discussions) to obtain and enter accurate and complete qualitative findings.
Duration of the Consultancy: The contract is for 19 days including 4 days of training, between 8 to 12 days of conducting the HES-CAT (TBD, depends on number or IPs assigned, 2 days for each IP) and 2-3 days for report writing and debriefing.
How to Apply:
Interested consultants should send their expression of interest (EOI) along with a detailed resume as attached MS word documents to: .
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 not later than Monday 29th August, 2016. Only qualified persons will be contacted and invited for screening.

Gubio Local Government
Borno State
Invitation for the Qualification to Tender

Gubio Local Government Hereby Request for a Competent and Reputable Contractor to Tender for the Following Project.
(1) Repairs and replacement of Electrical poles and Accessories.
(2) Reconstruction of Burn down houses by Insurgency.
(3) Purchase and Supply of Poverty Alleviation Materials
(4) Purchase and Supply of Food Stuffs
(5) Purchase and Installation of Transformers
(6) Purchase and Supply of Drugs and Equipment
(7) Evacuation of Drainages and Refuse Cleaning
(8) Clearing and Cutie of Trees on Roads
(9) Repairs of Broken down Borehole and Cement Wells
(10) Purchase and Supply of Office Equipment
(11) Construction of Juma’ah Mosque
(12) Renovation of Gubio Central Mosque (Juma’ah)
(13) Purchase of Chemicals
(14) Purchase and Supply of Fuel and lubricants
(15) Drilling of Boreholes
(16) Fencing of Gubio Grave Yard.
To qualify for bidding, the followings are required:
(1) Certificate of incorporation of company
(2) Evidence of registration of a constrictor with Gubio Local Government
(3) Certificate of three years Tax clearance
(4) Contractor should obtain the tender from with the Local Government upon payment of non-refundable fee of N10,000.
Pre-qualification documents should be sealed in an envelope and submitted to Gubio Local Government Secretariat.
Submission of profile should be done on or before 30th August, 2016 and successful contractors should be contracted to the tender after screening.
Bukar Modu Gubio
Secretary Gubio Local Government

Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC)
167 Aba Road, Port Harcourt
Invitation to Tender for Desks and Benches

The Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) wishes to inform all Contractors who responded to our Request for Expression of Interest for Desks and Benches of Friday, April 29, 2016 in the National Dailies to check for their prequalification status at NDDC official web-site ( All Contractors who are prequalified for these projects are hereby invited to obtain a complete set of the tender document on the payment of a non-refundable fee of N20,000.00 (Twenty thousand naira only), payable in bank draft in favour of the Niger Delta Development Commission.
1. ABIA (1 LOT) 1
2. AKWA IB0M (2 LOTS) 2
5. DELTA (2 LOTS) 8
6. EDO (1 LOT) 10
7. IMO(ILOT) 11
8. ONDO(ILOT) 12
9. RIVERS (3 LOTS) 13

The scheme will entail the production/ fabrication of Desks and Benches in line with approved specifications. Quality Control, Monitoring and Evaluation, as well as the haulage of the Desks and Benches (after due inspections and approval) to the designated schools, which shall be handled by the relevant officers of EHSS.
Interested contractor must submit the following documents in a separate envelope:
(i) Certificate of Incorporation with CAC, Form C07 and C02;
(ii) Letter of Authority permitting the Commission to verify the statement of Account from the said bank;
(iii) A verifiable evidence of compliance with Statutory Pension Act, by inclusion of PENCOM Compliance Certificate;
(iv) A verifiable evidence of registration with Contribution to Industrial Training Fund (ITF), by inclusion of ITF compliance certificate;
(v) A verifiable evidence of compliance with all NSITF/Employees Compensation Act;
(vi) Letter of Commitment that with or without Mobilization, the contract will be delivered;
(vii) A sworn affidavit that none of the Directors of the Firm is an ex-convict or Bankrupt;
(viii) A statement of assurance of delivery of the services;
(ix) A statement of interest including a statement of ability to undertake the job (within agreed time frame);
(x) Other information to facilitate the evaluation of the contractor’s capability and track record;
(xi) Company’s contact person and address including email and web site addresses if available. Website and email addresses of the firm;
(xii) Evidence of ownership/affiliation with a standard furniture factory/workshop;
(xiii) Area(s) of specialization of firm;
(xiv) A well laid out, itemized strategy/intended methodology for a smooth delivery of the proposed goods, within the scheduled 3 months;
(xv) Any other information that will facilitate the evaluation of the contractor’s capability and track record; and
(xvi) Each Contractor is allowed to bid for only one of the above listed projects.
Contractors are expected to substantially comply with the above requirements as failure to comply fully may weaken the contractor’s case. Contractors are to submit only genuine and verifiable documents as contractors who submit fake or fraudulently obtained documents would be disqualified and the attention of the relevant security agencies may be called, if necessary. All submitted responses would be evaluated on the basis of documents submitted and authenticity of the corporate consultancy’s competence
(i) The selection of contractor will follow the Provision and Procedure laid down in the Public Procurement Act 2007;
(ii) Contractor can seek clarification or more information by writing officially to the office listed below before the expiration of the deadline for the collection of tender document;
(iii) Contractor are advised not to try to influence the selection process as this would lead to immediate disqualification of the contractor and the contractor may also be barred from seeking other contract opportunities from the Commission in the future;
(iv) NDDC reserves the right to reject any or all Bids and to terminate the entire tendering process at any time without any explanation and without any liability to the NDDC;
(v) Only contractors that have been prequalified are eligible to pick Tenders;
(vi) NDDC is not liable or responsible to any liability or losses incurred by any contractor in respect of this exercise.
Interested Contractors are expected to collect the approved and sealed tender documents from 4p.m Tuesday, 16th August, 2016 till Tuesday 23rd August 2016 and return to the address below on or before 12 noon, Wednesday 31st August, 2016.
Completed tender documents written in English Language should be submitted in sealed envelopes marked with the appropriate job title “Desks and Benches” (with State and lot Number) on the top left corner and addressed to:
The Director,
Procurement Unit,
Niger Delta Development Commission
167 Aba Road, Port Harcourt, Rivers State
Bids will be opened immediately at 12 noon, Wednesday 31st August, 2016 in the Management Conference Room, 7th Floor, NDDC Head Quarters Building, 167 Aba Road, Port Harcourt.
NOTE: List of prequalified contractors are published on NDDC website.

Office of the Surveyor General of the Federation (OSGOF)
Addendum to Advertisement on Request for Expression of Interest/Invitation to Tender

Reference to the advertisement on the above titled Procurement Process published in the Punch of July 1st and Daily Trust of July 2nd as well as the Federal Tenders Journal of July 25th, 2016; we wish to bring to the notice of Prospective Bidders that:
(a) Evidence of VAT registration is no longer a criterion for eligibility
(b) Evidence of registration on BPP’s National Database of contractors, consultants and service providers with Interim Registration Report (IRR) is mandatory.
(c) Evidence of Registration with Environmental Health Officers Registration Council of Nigeria for (Lot 1) is a requirement.
(d) All other requirements remain unchanged.
The new closing date and time is as follows: Wednesday, August 31st 2016 by 12 noon.
Surveyor-General of the Federation


The Office of the Surveyor General of the Federation (OSGOF) intends to undertake the procurement of various Works, Goods and Services under the 2016 Capital Appropriation. In compliance with the Public Procurement Act 2007,the Office invites interested and qualified Contractors, Consultants and Service Providers to bid for the Procurement and execution of the under listed Project.
Request for Expression of Interest (EOI) for Consultant to the Following Projects;
OSGOF/S/1; LOT. 1 Cleaning and Fumigation of the Office and Open Space at the Office of the Surveyor General of Federation {OSGOF} No 8 Yawuri Street Garki II Abuja.
OSGOF /S/2; LOT.2 Upgrading of Database High performance Server, cloud back up, Research & relocation of Data Centre.
OSGOF/S/3:LOT.3 Upgrading of Cadastral Database and Linkage to OSGOF Data Centre.
OSGOF/S/4: LOT.4 Special Training on Gravity survey (Lecture, measurement & Field practical Training).
Request for Tender for the Following Projects:
OSGOF/W/5: LOT. 5 Township Mapping of Maiduguri Bornu state capital.
OSGOF/W/6: LOT. 6 Rehabilitation and upgrading of Lagos zonal Office
OSGOF/W/7: LOT. 7 Construction and Fencing at Minna Datum Nigeria National Origin (L-140)
OSGOF/W/8: LOT. 8 Refurbishing, upgrading and servicing of 1 No. Jet-1 printing machine
OSGQF/W/9: LOT. 9 Establishment & GPS/GNSS Observation of Thirty (30) primary pillars (1st order) in Bornu and Adamawa States.
OSGOF/W/l0: LOT. 10 Establishment of Twenty-five (25 No.) Specialized pillars with Standard brass along the Coastal (Littoral States)
OSGOF/W/11: LOT. 11 Establishment of (16 No.) 1st order primary pillars within Yobe state (North-East)
OSGOF/W/12: LOT. 12. Establishment of Twenty (20 No.) primary pillars in South-West Ondo 3, Oyo 3,Ogun 3,Lagos 4.
OSGOF/W/13:LOT.13 Reconnaissance and observation of eighteen (18 No.) Trigonometric stations within the North-East, South-South & South-West zones.
OSGOF/W/14: LOT.14 Tracing & Observation of Thirty (30No.) Standard benchmarks Within North-Central, South-West and South-South Zones.
OSGOF/W/15: LOT. 15 Maintenance and upgrading of Geodetic Survey Equipment (HQ & Z0NES)
OSGOF/W/l6: LOT.16 Rehabilitation and upgrading of Gembu COR Station facilities for effective and efficient signal Attenuation and management
OSGOF/W/17: LOT.17 Acquisition and installation of high precise (Trimble) Geodetic Continuously Operating Reference Station (CORS) Equipment with complete accessories.
OSGOF/W/18: LOT.18 Upgrading of Library Facilities.
Request for Tender for the following Projects:
OSGOF/G/19: LOT. 19 Acquisition of modern Surveying and Mapping Books
OSGOF/C/20: LOT 20 Street Mapping in Greater Awgu, Enugu State at High Resolution.
1. Evidenced of incorporation with CAC and Article of Memorandum of Association.
2. Evidence of Tax clearance Certificate for the last three (3) years 2013, .2014, 2015 With Tax Identification Number (TIN)
3. Evidence of VAT Registration;
4. Evidence of current certificate of participation in the contribution pension scheme; (PENCOM CERTIFICATE ONLY)
5. Evidence of Current certificate of compliance with Industrial Trust Fund (ITF) (CERTIFICATE ONLY)
6. Evidence of compliance with the Financial Reporting Council Act
7. Evidence of up to date Annual Return with CAC in last three (3) years 2013,2014,2015;
8. Evidence of registration on the national database of contractors, consultants and service providers Bpp:
9. Audited accounts of the company for the last three (3) years duly endorsed by a Chartered Accountant;
10. Verifiable documentary of similar jobs successfully executed /ongoing within the last three (3) years including brief description of the project, client, budget and project started date
11. Evidence of financial capability and Banking support (Bank statements for the last six month and reference later from Bank;
12. Detailed information regarding any litigation within the last five (5) years in which the company was involved:
13. A sworn affidavit of Disclosure/Declaration;
a) of any pecuniary interest or otherwise of staff or former staff of the OSGOF in the company
b) That die company is not in receivership, or any formof insolvency/bankruptcy nor in debarment; and
c) That the company not any of the Director(s) of the company have not been found guilty of crime all information in the bid are TRUE and CORRECT;
d) That all Documents submitted for the bidding are true and correct in all particulars
14. Detailed corporate Profile of management and key technical and professionals with evidence of qualification with relevant professional regulatory bodies including Surveyors, Architecture, Lawyers, Engineers, quantity surveyors and Estate Surveyors with email address and Contact numbers;
15. Original copies of document(s) listed in (I-IV) below must be presented in request for sighting;
I. Evidence of verifiable equipment holding/lease; lot I;
II. Information on the organization’s technical capacity and list of the key professional personnel to be involved in the work, particularly their experience that directly relates to the needs of the assignment.
III. A concept note on the services that describe to detail the methodology and work plan on how to conduct the service which should include the company’s Health and Safety policies, Facility manager policies and waste management if selected applicable for services.
IV. Certificate of recommendation (to be verified) from past employers.
The tenderer, as his own responsibility is encouraged to visit and inspect the site and obtain information that may be necessary in preparing the tender.
Bid document containing full specification on all lots can be obtained from the office of The Surveyor-General of the Federation DD (procurement office) first floor No.8 Yawuri Street Garki II Abuja. Prospective bidders are to pay a non-¬refundable Processing fee of N20,000.00 into Federal Government TSA, through the Remita platform. Thereafter use the TSA reference payment number/Bank teller to obtain Treasury Receipt at the Cash Office of OSGOF No.8 Yawuri Street Garki II Abuja.
The Technical bids are to be submitted in soft copy and two (a) Hard copies in A4 paper size neatly binded. The document Should be arranged and paged in the order listed under requirement in No. II above and clearly separated by dividers.
And the financial bids are to be separately sealed with wax in two (2) different envelops indicating the Lot No. /Title in both (Technical & Financial) and to be placed in a Single (third envelop) addressed to the Secretary tenders Board Office of the Deputy Director (procurement), 1st floor, Office of the Surveyor-General of the federation, No.8 Yawuri street, Garki II Abuja and returned on or before Wednesday August 17th 2016.
Closing Date and Time for all Submissions are as follows;
Wednesday, August 17th, 2016.
Time: 12noon.
All Technical Bids shall be opened immediately after close of Bid Submission by 12 noon prompt on Wednesday August 17th 2016 at the Conference Room 3rd floor of OSGOF, All Contractors/Consultants, service providers or Representatives, Relevant professional Bodies and NGO are invited to Witness the Bid Opening exercise, Late Submission shall not be entertained.
• Prospective consultant/contractor/service provider shall not bid for more than two lots, if discovered, bidder will be disqualified.
• Post qualification of all documents tendered may be carried out
• Prospective bidders would be required to pay a non-refundable fee of Twenty Thousand Naira (N20,000.00) only to OSGOF before collection of tender document.
• The Office of the Surveyor General of the Federation reserves the right to reject any or all the submissions that do not meetup with the requirements as s
• Only the financial bids of shortlisted firms that meet the Technical Evaluation Criteria shall be opened at a later date.
• Technical and Financial Bids enclosed in one and same single envelop that will expose the Technical and Financial bids
at the same time of opening ng shall be disqualified.
• The Evaluation of bids shall be strictly based on therequirements Specified above.
• All submissions must be made only in English Language.
1. This advertisement shall not be construed as a commitment on the part of OSGOF to award any or all the above contracts.
2. OSGOF will not be responsible for any cost or expenses incurred by any bidder in Connection with the preparation of their document.


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