NATIONAL AGENCY FOR FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION AND CONTROL
INVITATION FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICE
The National Agency for food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC), in line with its statutory mandates, intends to implement some projects, programmes under the 2016 financial year and in accordance with the public procurement Act 2007.
The Agency hereby invites interested reputable and competent companies’/consultancy firms with relevant experience and good track records to submit Expression of interest documents for the following projects and programmes
LOT NO. CS1
PROJECT TITLE: ASSETS VALUATION SERVICES
SCOPE: The Prospective Valuers are required to make market survey and valuations of Properly Plant and Equipment (PPE) acquired by the Agency which arc serviceable in all NAFDAC Locations Nation-wide
LOT NO. CS2:
PROJECT TITLE: ENGAGEMENT OF EXTERNAL AUDITOR FOR NAFDAC
SCOPE: 1. The Auditor is expected to express an Independent Professional opinion on the financial statement as prepared by management of (NAFDAC) weather it’s gives a true and fair view of the state of affairs of NAFDAC, have been properly prepared in accordance with the International public sector accounting standards (IPSAS) as adopted by the Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria.
2. State whether in its opinion proper accounts and other records have been kept by NAFDAC in respect of its activities, funds and properties
3. Assess and evaluate the effectiveness of internal control systems as well as undertake risk assessment.
4. The appointed external auditor shall serve for a period of4 yean’ renewable once subject to satisfactory performance as evaluated by NAFDAC
LOT NO. CS3
PROJECT TITLE: MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION SERVICES
SCOPE: Placement of advertisement in print media, radio and online (internet) including production of documentaries & jingles, image, perception and promotion.
LOT NO CS4
PROJECT TITLE: TRAVEL MANAGEMENT SERVICES
SCOPE: The prospective Travelling Agent will handle the travelling arrangement of all NAFDAC Staff scheduled for overseas Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). Inspection and will be responsible for making travel reservations for NAFDAC staff, issuance and delivery of local and international tickets and where possible secure seat selection and boarding passes for travelling staff in advance
2. Make recommendation to NAFDAC travel unit on more economic network routes that do not compromise safely or comfort. Provide emergency response for resolving problems with traveler on transit
3. Maintain computerized travel profiles for all NAFDAC staff as well as provide travel advisory to NAFDAC
4. Submit monthly management information reports to NAFDAC on tickets issued, used cancelled and provide details of costs, carries commissions.
5. Provide timely notification to travelers on changes to tickets particularly those which occur alter ticket issuance (fares, routing, delays, closing) and other services that may be required from time to time
PROJECT TITLE: Procurement of a comprehensive consultancy services of site layout Architectural and Engineering Designs Including Bills of Engineering Measurement and Evaluation (BEME) for The Construction of New NAFDAC Headquarters/Laboratory Abuja.
SCOPE: Engagement of firm that can provide the following services in preparation for the construction of new NAFDAC Head office building / Laboratory complex at kyami Abuja.
• Project Manager
• Architectural consultant Structural Engineering consultant
• Quantity surveying
• Mechanical Engineering consultant
• Electrical Engineering consultant
LOT NO CS6:
PROJECT TITLE: Provision of Facility Management Services for NAFDAC Office Isolo, Plot No. l Oshodi Apapa Expressway Lagos
SCOPE: The Would be facility manager will be expected to provide qualified and skilled personnel with exposure and experience in the maintenance and servicing of office building including electrical, civil mechanical ventilation/air-conditioning carpentry and joinery, sewage disposal, borehole and water engineering. The facility manager will ensure smooth and effective running of the building services in addition plumbing, building fabric (doors, locks, internal and external lighting, provision of emergency maintenance /repairs.
SELECTION CRITERIA/MANDATORY REQUIREMENT
Prospective bidders are required to submit a comprehensive expressions of interest document that highlight the bidding company/firms ability to carried out the service methodology for providing the services as stated above. In addition, bidders are required to states the minimum time frame for providing the needed services. The expression of interest documents must contain the following REQUIREMENTS.
Prospective bidders are required to submit the following documents
1. Evidence of Registration with Corporate Affairs Commission, namely Certificate of Incorporation, memoranda& Articles of Association, form CAC7 & CAC2 (Certify’ True Copy)
2. Tax Clearance Certificate for three years i.e. 2013, 201 4, and 2015 (Expiring December 2016)
3. Tax Clearance Certificate of at least two (2) Directors / all Partners of responding companies/firms showing history of last three years i.e. 2013, 2014, and 2015.
4. Pension Clearance Certificate for three years i.e. 2013, 2014. and 2015 (Expiring December 2016) issued by the National Pension Commission
5. Evidence of Value Added Tax Certificate
6. Evidence of Registration with the Bureau of Public Procurement on the National Database of Contractors, consultants and service providers, by inclusion Certificate of Interim Registration Report
7. Current Certificate of compliance with the Industrial Training Fund (1TF) Act 2011 (provision)
8. The companies/firms must provide a copy of its licensed authorizing it to practices as issue by the relevant professional regulatory body
OTHER ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
9. Detailed Company/firms profile, indicating management structure, size, strength and numbers of Management, Technical & None Technical Staff, including Names, qualifications and years of experience).
IN-CASE OF LOT CS1,
Management and Technical staff must show certification by Estate surveyors and Valuer Registration Board of Nigeria(ESVARBON) and Nigeria Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV)
IN-CASE OF LOT CS2
Management and Technical staff must show certification by Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) or Association of National Accountant of Nigeria (ANAN). In addition, Management and Technical staff must be IPSAS Certified, have knowledge of sage-line 500 & sage X3 Accounting packages and must be registered with the Financial Reporting council of Nigeria as well as office of the Auditor General of the Federation.
IN-CASE OF LOT CS3
Management and Technical staff must show certification by the Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria or any other relevant professional certification.
IN-CASE OF LOT CS4
Prospective Travel Agency must show certificate of accreditation and membership from IATA and NATA
IN-CASE OF LOT CS5
Management and Technical staff must show certificate of Registration with COREN/other Relevant Recognized Professional Bodies such as (Architects, Civil Engineers and Quantity Surveyors etc.) for Engineering staff.
IN-CASE OF LOT CS6
Management and Technical staff must show certification by Estate surveyors and Valuer Registration Board of Nigeria (ESVARBON) and Nigeria Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV)
10. Verifiable evidence of experience in similar assignment of comparable complexity (Tabulated) with details comprising of Client Name, Brief description of Project, Project location. Contract Value, Implementation role, status of Project as completed or on-going, in addition evidence of award letters. Payment Certificate (if on-going) and completion certificate from clients Tabulated must be shown.
11. Evidence of technical resources and equipment to execute the assignment (Computer software with proof of acquisition or renewal of license from original software developers) Computer hardware etc
12. Evidence of financial capability with proof of access to funding or a letter from a commercial bank with assurance of willingness to provide facility to the prospective contractor if the company turn-out to be successful. (Turnover as reflected in financial Statements must correspond with that on the Tax clearance certificate). Please note that bankers letter merely stating that the applicant is a customer or maintains and account with the bank without any turnover range is not acceptable
13. Evidence of Audited financial statement for the last three years i.e. 2013, 2014 & 2015 stamp and sign by client Auditor.
14. Sworn affidavit that the company/firm is not in receivership/bankruptcy
15. Sworn affidavit that none of the directors or partners of the company / firm is an ex-convict in any country for any criminal offence relating to fraud or financial impropriety
16. Sworn affidavit that none of the officers of NAFDAC or BPP is a former or present director of the company or firm or has any pecuniary interest in the Tender
SUBMISSION OF DOCUMENTS
Interested companies/firms are required to submit their Expression of Interest (EOI) documents in sealed envelopes with the project title and Lot number clearly marked as indicated in die EOI advert and addressed to:
The Director Special Duties
Procurement Unit (Third Floor)
Plot 2032, Olusegun Obasanjo Way, Wuse Zone 7, Abuja
CLOSING DATE AND TIME FOR SUBMISSION OF EOI DOCUMENTS
All EOI documents must be hand delivered on or before 12noon, Monday, 7th November 2016.Any document received after the date and time specified above stands automatically disqualified.
OPENING OF EOI DOCUMENT
EOI documents shall be opened immediately after the close of submission at 12noon. Monday, 7th November 2016 at the conference Room 2* floor NAFDAC Headquarters Building, plot 2032 Olusegun Obasanjo Way, Wuse Zone 7, Abuja. Interested Service providers/companies/firms and their representatives, civil society organisations and the general public are invited to witness the opening process.
a. Successful Service providers/companies/Firms will be shortlisted and invited after evaluations to submit cost proposal on each applicable lot.
b. Submitting Expression of Interest (EOI) docs not commit NAFDAC to awarding contract to any service provider/company/firm
c. NAFDAC reserve the right to verify-claims made by any service provider/company/firm
d. Submitting false document is an offence which will lead to disqualification and prosecution.
Plateau State Government
Ministry of Works and Transport Headquarters
J.D Gomwalk Secretariat Complex
P.M.B. 2070, Jos Plateau State
(1.0) Invitation for Pre-Qualification for Construction and Rehabilitation of Road Projects
The plateau State Government through the Ministry of Works and Transport in pursuance of the requisite provision of the State Public Procurement Act 2015, is desirous of executing the Construction and Rehabilitation of some road projects:
The Ministry therefore invites interested, suitably qualified, reputable and competent Construction Companies, Civil Engineering Firms etc. to submit Prequalification documents for the following road projects:
(i) The Construction of Maraban Road with Spur to Shargang -Kalong-Nyak Road
(ii) Rehabilitation of Dokan Tofa-BA’AP- Kurgwi Road with Spurs to Lardang, Bwal, Kwoor and TIM
(iii) The Construction of Tenzet-Tunkus (Shendam Bye Pass) Road
(iv) The Construction of Wase-Kadarkd-Dadin Kowa Road
(v) The Construction of Dengi-Bashar-Gajin Bashar Road
(vi) The Construction of Dengi-Kwalmiya Dugub- Gagdi Road
(vii) The Construction of Dawaki-Gyangyang-Seri-Amper Road
(viii) The Construction of Lankang – Dyis-Kagu-Sihin Road
(ix) The Construction of Mangu Bye Pass Road
(x) The Construction of Kuba-Tenti-Maunga-Daffo Road
(xi) The Construction of Kpasho-Chakarum-Kogom-Vwang Road with Spur to Vom Vet
(xii) The Construction of Bet-Lobiring-Dorowa-Mazat-Kuba Road with Spur to Nding
(xiii) The Construction of Fobur-Naton-Fursa-Maijuju-Zandi Road
(xiv) The Construction of Tahoss-Ganawuri Road with Spur to Dahreng
(xv) The Construction of Wase-Mavo-Gimbi Road
(xvi) The Construction of Lohmak-Gazum with Spur to Kumkwam
(2.0) SCOPE OF WORKS
(2.1) The scope of works for the roads varies but essentially involves but not limited to site clearance, scarification, earthworks/filling, subsoil /sub surface drainage with boulders/graded Materials, Excavation for rock turnouts, river training, Excavate unsuitable materials, pipe culverts, Box culverts, Bridges, Block/Concrete Drains, Kerbs, Protection works, Retaining walls, lateritic sub base and Base course, Stone base, Priming/Surface dressing, Tack coat, Asphaltic concrete surfacing, Ancillary works, etc.
(3.0) INVITATION FOR PREQUALIFICATION DOCUMENTS
Considering the above, the Plateau State Government through the Ministry of Works and Transport hereby invites reputable, experienced and competent Civil Engineering Firms, Contractors for Prequalification.
Documents can be obtained in the office of The Director Planning Research and Statistics (DPRS), Ministry of Works and Transport, J.D. Gomwalk Secretariat Complex, Jos Plateau State with evidence of payment of a non¬-refundable document fee in the sum of N100,000.00 each, not later than Monday 31st October, 2016.
(4.0) PREQUALIFICATION AND ELIGIBILITY CRETERIA
(i) Coloured copy of evidence of registration with Federal Works Registration Board and Plateau State Tenders Board as a road contractor.
(ii) Coloured copy of Evidence of Registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) by inclusion of copy of Certificate of Incorporation and Articles of Association.
(iii) Comprehensive Company profile including Key Professional Staff/curriculum vitae (CV) and their roles, designation, academic qualifications and years of experience as well as organizational structure.
(iv) Evidence of payment of Taxes (Tax Clearance Certificate/VAT Registration and Remittances) for the past three years (2013, 2014 and 2015).
(v) Verifiable list of previous and evidence of having successfully carried out similar road Construction/Rehabilitation works in the past five (5) years including title of Projects, Client, Contract Sums, copies of Substantial Completion, Maintenance Certificates be included etc.
(vi) Audited annual financial report of the company for the last three (3) years (2013-2015).
(vii) Evidence of Financial capability and Banking support/Credit worthiness or evidence of access to or availability of credit facilities confirmed by a reputable Bank with inclusion of reference from a reputable Bank.
(viii) Verifiable evidence of availability of appropriate plants and equipment.
(ix) Evidence of registration of the Company with COREN and technical staff as Engineering Personnel with Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN) and attach the appropriate Certificates of Registration as well as registration with the Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), Nigerian Institution of Civil Engineers (NICE) as well as other Engineers Professional Chapters, Nigerian Association of Technology in Engineering (NATE), Registered Engineering Technicians and Registered Engineering craftsmen.
(x) Evidence and verifiable certificate of compliance by the National Pension Commission (PENCOM).
(xi) Provision and Verifiable Evidence of Current Certificate of Compliance from the Industrial Training Fund (ITF).
(xii) Evidence of Current Compliance with the contribution to the National Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF) Employee Compensation Act.
(xiii) Evidence of registration on the Bureau for Public Procurement (BPP) National Data base.
(xiv) Evidence of an Annual Turnover of not less than 10 Billion Naira.
(5.0) SUBMISSION /OPENING OF PREQUALIFICATION DOCUMENTS
(i) Interested Civil Engineering Firms and contractors are to submit their documents in two (2) copies spiral bound and are to be submitted not later than 11:00a.m, on 31st October, 2016 and the opening will be done immediately.
(ii) All prequalification documents must be submitted in sealed envelopes marked the name (s) of the road project(s) not later than 31st October, 2016.
(iii) Completed prequalification documents are to be signed, sealed and hand delivered in an envelope and clearly marked-“Confidential” and addressed to:
The Honourable Commissioner,
Plateau State Ministry of Works and Transport Jos.
(6.0) COLLECTION OF BIDDING DOCUMENTS/SUBMISSION
(i) The Bidding documents will then be made available to the successful Prequalified Contractors with the requisite qualifications on the roads expressing interest in the prequalification Documents.
(ii) Successful contractors will collect the Bidding documents for pricing on payment of the sum of N300,000.00 non-refundable fee to the Consolidated Revenue Account of State Government and thereafter come with Evidence of Payment in order to collect the Bidding Documents at the Office of The Director Planning Research and Statistics (DPRS), Ministry of Works and Transport, J.D. Gomwalk Secretariat Complex, Jos Plateau State.
(7.0) GENERAL INFORMATION
(i) This pre-qualification notice is not a general invitation to tender. Only companies deemed suitable by the Ministry during the prequalification process as regards the scope of the works shall be given the Bidding documents.
(ii) The Government of Plateau State reserves the right to verify all claims by the contractors and Civil Engineering firms. The Government is not under any obligation to explain to any contractor for not qualifying.
(iii) Any submission of documents after the dateline will not be accepted.
(iv) Non adherence to any of the instructions attracts automatic disqualification.
(v) To state contact address including e-mail address and Telephone Numbers.
Ministry of Works and Transport,
Plateau State, Jos.
Federal Republic of Nigeria
Federal Ministry of Water Resources
Transforming Irrigation Management in Nigeria (Triming) Project
Project ID No: P123112
Credit No: CR 5S06-NG<
Assignment Title: Consultancy Services for the Preparation of Environmental and Social Impact Assessment for Dadin Kowa Irrigation Scheme with Dadin Kowa Dam.
Reference No. (FMWR/TRIMING/CQS/2016/04/01)
Request for Expression of Interest (REOI)
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 scope of the services would include, but not limited to:
• To conduct an Environmental and Social Impact Assessment of the planned developments in order to identify and assess their potential environmental and social impacts;
• To carry out consultations with relevant stakeholders, including potential project-affected persons (PAPs), and obtain their views and suggestions regarding the environmental and social impacts of the proposed development of the Dadin Kowa irrigation scheme. The outcome of the consultations will be reflected in the ESIA report and incorporated into the project design as appropriate. The consultation with relevant stakeholders should also focus on pest management and chemical usage, hence measures for management of pest and safe handling of chemicals must be covered in the PMP.
• Develop a spatial analysis of the area of influence of the project and prepare a map base with appropriate overlays using GIS and image treatment software (e.g. Arc View).
• To assess the capacity of the Ministry Development and Agencies (MDAs) and institutions to monitor and manage the ESMP.
• To prepare and cost an Environmental and Social Management Plan (ESMP) detailing monitoring and mitigation measures as well as institutional roles and responsibilities in the operationalization of the ESMP at Gombe and Borno;
• Establish and benchmark the existing state of the environment and identify sensitive components of the existing environment within the project area and area of influence.
• Assess the project design to be able to understand the potential project activities that will cause adverse environmental, social, health and economic impact
• Review the land administration with special focus on land Issues, land ownership, land tenure and potential conflict
• Provide a detailed description and analysis of the social baseline situation as a basis for development, mitigation and future monitoring;
• Identify and analyze potential positive and negative social impacts of the proposed activities in project locations and communities such as social cohesion, conflict, and inclusion;
• Identify and provide recommendations to the draft project design to help improve on the final project design;
• Identify and assess gender aspects of the project;
• Recommend measures during construction, commissioning and operation to avoid, address, mitigate and monitor these adverse impacts and to enhance beneficial impacts that will be part of the Project design
• Identify existing and collate all existing environmental and social regulations, guidelines and practices that will affect the development and advise on standards and targets;
• Identify any future Environmental and Social issues or concerns which may affect the development of the project, including induced adverse and beneficial impacts from intending off takers;
• Identify communities in the catchment areas both upstream and downstream of the dam and socio-economic impacts of communities
• Assess the rate of sedimentation from the bathymetric survey
• Suggest possible ways of addressing erosion menace and its impact on the downstream ecologies and their impact on the socio-economic activities of the surrounding communities.
• Provide the basis for co-operation and consultation with regulatory and non-regulatory authorities and the public;
• Suggest possible way for the conservation of the biodiversity e.g. Hippopotamus
• Develop a detailed Pest Management Plan;
• Identify and propose mitigation, monitoring and enhancement plan to address the impacts of associated activities both at the Dam and commanding areas.
• The Consulting firm should have proven capacity to: review technical design for construction/ rehabilitation works and demonstrate relevant experience in carrying out Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA)
• 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 relevant experience of ESIA study 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:
• General experience in environmental and social impact assessment including completion of at least three reports on projects at a similar scale;
• Specific experience in environmental and social impact assessment in irrigation, water resource management or similar fields;
• Experience in carrying out ESIA for externally funded projects by development partners such as the World Bank, AfDB, USAID, DFID, etc.);
• Experience in Nigeria or a developing country under similar conditions,
• Experience in carrying out detailed impact assessment studies
Note: Interested consulting firms must indicate their independence from any firm bidding on design or construction contracts.
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 08:00am and 5:00pm (Local time Monday to Friday) and/or send an email to the Project Coordinator at address “infoiairiniing.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 CQS 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 2:00pm local time on 21st October, 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,
National Project Coordinator
International Competitive Bidding (ICB -1)
Invitation for Bids
Name of Project: Construction/Equipping of 300-Bed Specialist Hospital Project in Kaduna State
Loan No: UNI-0035
Contract Title: Procurement/Installation of Medical & Non-Medical Equipment for the 300-Bed Specialist Hospital Project in Kaduna State.
Reference No. IFB: KDS/ISDB/ME/01/16
(1) The Kaduna State Government has received financing from the Islamic Development Bank toward the cost of the Procurement/Installation and Turnkey Solutions for Medical & Non-Medical Equipment, and intends to apply part of the proceeds toward payments under the contract forProcurement/Installation of Medical & Non-Medical Equipment for the 300-Bed Specialist Hospital Project in Kaduna State.
(2)(a) The Ministry of Health & Human Services now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for the following lots:
Lot No. Description Qty
1 Medical Equipment and Medical Furniture Various Items
2 Non-Medical Equipment and Non-Medical Furniture Various Items
3 Patients Rooms Various Items
(2)(b) Bidders to submit two sealed envelopes simultaneously, one containing the Technical Proposal and the other the Price Proposal, enclosed together in an outer single envelope.
(3) Bidding will be conducted through the International Competitive Bidding (ICB) procedures as specified in the Islamic Development Bank’s Guidelines; ‘Procurement of Goods and Works under Islamic Development Bank Financing’ whereas article LB of the Guidelines on Fraud and Corruption as part of the Procurement Guidelines, has been amended in February, 2012, The Bidding is open to all eligible bidders as defined in the Procurement Guidelines. In addition, please take extra notification of paragraphs 1.6 and 1.7, setting forth the Bank’s policy on conflict of interest.
(4) Interested eligible bidders can inspect the bidding documents during office hours between 9:00am – 4:00pm everyday with the exception of Saturday and Sunday at the address given below:
Further information can be obtained from the Project Management Unit of the Kaduna State Ministry of Health & Human Services. Please do address your questions to the Project manager either via:
Mail: Construction/Equipping of 300-Bed Specialist Hospital Project,
Independence Way, P.M.B 2014, Kaduna – Kaduna State – Nigeria.
Email: email@example.com , firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone: +2348037001891, +2348028919812
(5) A complete set of bidding documents is available only in English Language and can be purchased by interested eligible bidders. Therefore a written application to the address below must be submitted and upon payment of a non-refundable fee of US$450:00 or its equivalent in Naira per lot at the following address:
Project Management Unit, Ministry of Health & Human Services, Independence Way, Kaduna State – Nigeria.
(6) Bids must be delivered to the address below not later than 60 days after the first day the bidding documents become available but not later than 12pm (noon) local time on or before 6thDecember, 2016. Electronic bidding is not permitted, Late bids will not be considered. Bids will be publicly opened in the presence of bidders or their representatives who choose to attend. The opening will take place at:
The Conference Hall of Ministry of Health and Human Services, Independence Way, Kaduna – Kaduna State at 12.30pm Local time, on Tuesday 6th December, 2016.
(7) All bids must be accompanied by a “Bid Security” of Fifty Thousand Dollars for each lot.