procurement adverts

National Youth Service Corps

Further to our earlier advertisement (Invitation for Expression of Interest in Respect of Procurement of Private Security Guards and Cleaning Services for NYSC Headquarters, States and other Formations Nation wide requesting interested Companies to Submit Technical (EOI) which was published in the Federal Tenders Journal, New Telegraph and Blueprint newspapers all of Monday, 14th November, 2016. Interested Bidders are to note the following:
(i) That Under Category “A’ Lot 15 Comprising Rivers, Cross Rivers and Akwa-Ibom was Omitted.
That under paragraph 3.0 (xi) requesting that all firms must be Registered as a limited liability company is hereby expunged as it is not a criterion.
Tender submission deadline is Now Postponed to Monday 12th December, 2016.
NB: All the other conditions and criteria as earlier stated in the advertisement still subsist.
National Youth Service Corps
Directorate Headquarters, Abuja
Invitation for Expression of Interest in Respect of Procurement of Private Security Guards and Cleaning Services for NYSC Headquarters, States and other Formations Nationwide.
Interested Companies are to Submit Technical and Financial (EoI) For 2016/2017 Budget
The Management of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in pursuance of its statutory functions and in compliance with section 25(2) of the public procurement Act, 2007 hereby invites Competent and reliable firms to submit Expression of interest (EoI) with requisite field of knowledge for the purpose of short list of firms.
The scope shall cover the following:
The provision of security Guards and logistic to enhance security of the NYSC National Directorate Headquarters and all other NYSC Formations in the 36 states of the federation and FCT, the formations include : the central store, ICT centre in the Directorate headquarters, NYSC Orientation camps and state secretariat nationwide .
Creation of security awareness in all the premises and correction of the security lapses within the designated area.

Ensure manning of all strategic points as may be directed by the management of the NYSC Scheme.
Provide patrol/surveillance checks of the premises.
Lot:-1 – National Directorate Headquarters and Benue State.
Lot:- 2 – Nassarawa, Plateau States and FCT.
Lot:- 3 – Kogi and Kwara States.
Lot:- 4 – Lagos and Ogun States.
Lot :-5 – Ekiti and Ondo states
Lot :-6 – Delta, Bayelsa and Edo states.
Lot :-7 – Ebonyi and Anambra states.
Lot :-8 – Abia, Imo and Enugu states.
Lot :-9 – Kano, Katsina and Jigawa States.
Lot :-10 – Sokoto, Kebbi, and Zamfara states.
Lot :-ll – Bauchi, Gombe and Borno states.
Lot :-12 – Adamawa, Taraba and Yobe states.
Lot :-13 – Oyo and Osun states.
Lot :-14 – Niger and Kaduna state.
The scope shall cover the following:
The provision of cleaning services of all the office rooms, toilets and other premises comparison NYSC National Directorate Headquarters and all other NYSC Formations in the 36 states of the federation and FCT. The formations include: the Central Store, ICT Centre in the Directorate headquarters and NYSC Orientation camps and State Secretariats nationwide.
Provide all the logistic and working tools to enhance neatness at all times
Lot:- 1 – National Directorate Headquarters
Lot:- 2 – FCT and Niger State.
Lot:- 3 – Kwara and Kogi States
Lot:- 4 –Lagos, Osun and Oyo States
Lot:- 5 – Ekiti, Ondo and Osun States
Lot:- 6 – Delta, Bayelsa and Edo States
Lot:- 7 – Cross Rivers, Akwa Ibom and Rivers States.
Lot:- 8 – Ebonyi and Anambra States
Lot:- 9 – Abia, Imo and Enugu States
Lot:- 10 – Benue, Nassarawa and Plateau States
Lot:- 11 – Kaduna, Kano and Katsina States
Lot:- 12 – Kebbi, Sokoto and Zamfara States
Lot:- 13 – Bauchi, Gombe and Jigawa States
Lot:- 14 – Adamawa, Taraba, Borno and Yobe States
• Evidence of registration with relevant Professionals Bodies in Nigeria (e.g.) Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (For category ‘A’)
• Evidence of registration with Environmental Health Officers’ Registration Council of Nigeria (For category “B”)
• Evidence of registration with any other relevant authorities will be an added advantage (for category A&B)
• All firms must be registered as a limited liability company.
• Evidence of Registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC).
• Company’s audited accounts for the last three (3) consecutive years (2013, 2014 and 2015).
• Photocopy of Tax Clearance Certificate for the last three (3) consecutive years (2013, 2014 and 2015).
• Evidence of compliance (Compliance Certificate) with the provisions of section 6(1) (3) of the Amended Industrial Training Fund (ITF Act of 2011).
• Evidence of current PENCOM Certificate of compliance with the Pencom Reform Act.
• Verifiable financial statement indicating availability of funds of not less than 5 Million (five million) in the company’s account in the last 3 year.
• Evidence of Verifiable similar jobs successfully executed in the Last three years indicating name of the client.
• Photocopy of Interim Registration Report (IRR) as evidence of registration on the BPP National Database of Contractors, Consultants and Service Providers.
• The original copy of Sworn Affidavit disclosing as follows:
• That all documents submitted are not only correct but genuine. That the Director (s) has/ have not been convicted by any Court of Law.
• That the firm’s Director or the company is not bankrupt.
• That none of NYSC or BPP Officer is a former or current Director of the company.
Documents for Expression of interest (EOI) must be spirally bonded and duly signed on each page, to be submitted in a sealed envelope clearly labelled indicating the company’s name, category of the services, address to:
The Director-General,
National Youth Service Corps,
National Directorate Headquarters,
Yakubu Gowon House,
Plot 416 Tigris Crescent,
Off Aguiyi Ironsi Street,
EOI submission will close by 11:00 am on Monday 28th November, 2016. Companies submitting EOI most sign the tender register at the reception desk before dropping the Envelop into the box at the Tenders Board Secretariat, Procurement Department, 3rd Floor, Wing “B” Room 317, NYSC Directorate Headquarters, Yakubu Gowon House, Maitama-Abuja. Incorrectly labelled and late submissions will be rejected.
Opening of the EOI shall commence immediately following the submission deadline at 11:00 am on Monday 28th November, 2016.
• For effectiveness no company shall apply for more than one (l) Lot.
• Failure to fulfil the mandatory and any of the conditions in 4.0 (i-xi) above shall render an application invalid.
• The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) shall verify the authenticity of evidence submitted by bidders with the relevant authorities. Any company found to have submitted forged or fake documents will be prosecuted.
• Nothing in this advert shall be construed to be a commitment by the National Youth Service Corps, nor shall it entitle responding service provider to seek any indemnity from The NYSC by virtue of such contractors having responded to this Advertisement.
Federal Government of Nigeria
Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development
FGN/IFAD assisted Value Chain Development Programme

Invitation to Tender
Loan No: – 868NG
Bid No: ITT/VCDP/NCB/WKS/2016/07
Bid Issue Date: – 25th November, 2016
Bid Opening Date: – 9th January, 2017

(1) This Specific Procurement Notice (SPN) follows the publication of the General Procurement Notice GPN for this Programme, which appeared in the UN Development Business Issue No 533-10/15 dated 20th October, 2015.
(2) The Federal Government of Nigeria is implementing a six years FGN/IFAD assisted Value Chain Development Programme (FGN/IFAD VCDP) in the six States of Anambra, Benue, Ebonyi, Ogun, Niger and Taraba and three local Government Areas each in all the States while two more Local government Areas are expected to buy in the process of implementation based on performance
The Programme aim is to directly improve the livelihoods of approximately 53,480 households (45,000 smallholder
farmers, 7,680 small scale processors and 800 marketers) and to benefit indirectly approximately 22,000 households. The primary and secondary target groups include but not limited to poor rural households engaged in the cassava and rice value chains and downstream stakeholders. Off importance are processors linked to a large number of the primary target groups, local government councils (LGAs). Farmers and Processing Organisations are to be strengthened to sustainably manage the marketing infrastructures supported by the Programme.
(3) The National Programme Management Unit (NPMU)/Value Chain Development Programme invites sealed bids from prospective bidders for the construction of Agro Processing Infrastructure in Ogun State. The number and identification of lots comprising the Tender as well as the required Bid security are:
Lots Item Nos Project Description Location Bid Security
1 i 1 unit Construction of Rice mill Eggua Cluster, Yelwa North LGA at least one million naira (N1,000,000)
ii 1 unit Construction of Par-boiling shed and drying slab Eggua Cluster, Yelwa North LGA
2 1 unit Construction of Briquette Shed Eggua Cluster, Yelwa North LGA Ditto
3 1 unit Construction of Cassava mill (Garri) Bara Cluster,
LGA Ditto
4 1 unit Construction of Ware House Eggua Cluster, Yelwa North LGA Ditto
(4) Bids shall be valid for a period of 90 days after Bid Opening and must be accompanied by security for each lot as indicated above.
(5) Bidders may bid for one or more lots. Unconditional discounts offered will be considered in bid evaluation.
(6) Bidding will be conducted in accordance with the National Competitive Bidding (NCB) procedure specified in the IFAD procurement guidelines 2010 which is available in the IFAD website International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) “Project Procurement Guidelines edition 2010” on the Fund’s website at
(7) Complete set of bidding documents for any of the lots may be purchased at the Office addresses below upon payment of a non-refundable fee of Fifteen thousand Naira only (N15,000.00) for the initial Lot and Ten thousand only (N10.000.00) for any additional lot(s). Payments are to be in certified bank drafts in favour of FGN/ IFAD Value Chain Development Programme.
(1) National Programme Coordinator, National Programme Management Unit (NPMU), Value Chain Development Programme, 3B Lake Kariba Close, Off Mississippi Street, Near Belgium Embassy, Maitama, Abuja-Nigeria E- Mail: OR
(2) State Programme Coordinator,
Ogun State VCDP, ADP Premises, State Ministry of Agriculture.
Abeokuta, Ogun State
Interested bidders may obtain further information and inspect the bidding documents at the same addresses.
The instructions to bidders and general conditions of contract contained in the bidding documents comply with the Federal Government of Nigeria Standard Bidding Documents SBD for the procurement of Works.
8.0 Bids shall be delivered/submitted only at the: –
Ogun State VCDP Project Management Unit at the office address above (Address 2)
Ogun State VCDP, ADP Premises, State Ministry of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State by 12noon Local time on 9th January, 2017
Please note that late bids and electronic bid submission will not be entertained.
9.0 Bids will be opened only at the same address; –
Ogun State VCDP, ADP Premises, Abeokuta, State Ministry of Agriculture, Ogun State atl2 noon Local time on the same date 9th January, 2017 and in the presence of bidders representatives who choose to attend.
(Signed) Management
FGN/IFAD Value Chain Development Programme,
SB, Lake Kariba Close, Maitama, Abuja

Request for Expression of Interest (Reoi) for e-Government Procurement Technical Advisor for Development and Roll-out of e-Procurement System in Nigeria
Date of issuance: 25th November, 2016
Loan/Financing No: FPCU/2100150015645
IFB No: P-NG-E00-002

(1) The Government of Federal Republic of Nigeria has received a loan from the African Development Fund (ADF), towards the cost of Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Programme. It is intended that part of the proceeds of this loan will be applied to eligible payments under the contract for e-Government Procurement (e-GP) Technical Advisory Services.
(2) Objective of the Assignment
The overall objective of this assignment is to contribute to the startup activities for the introduction of e-Government Procurement (e-GP) in 6 pilot Ministries Department and Agencies (MDAs) at the Federal level and provide effective support to the Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP) in the roll-out of e-GP.
(3) Task to be Performed
The consultant will carry out the following activities under supervision of the e-Government Procurement Manager:
(i) Development of an action plan and actual implementation of the recommendations of the e-GP Readiness Report and Implementation Strategy;
(ii) Development of business process re-engineering through (a) study of process and practices under the current procurement system using business process assessment methodologies and tools; (b) preparation of efficient “to be” processes and practices to be applied in the e-GP environment; (c) identification and preparation of the requirements for change management in the pilot MDAs, oversight agencies, bidding community and other stakeholder contexts after appropriate consultations; (d) development of strategy and action plans to streamline and simplify or re-engineer the existing business procedures; (e) development of methodology, guidelines, manuals, templates and toolkits for change management;
(iii) Development of guidelines for transition from paper to electronic system, including significant re-engineering in processes, practices, means and how to manage new relationships that will evolve between the existing and new stakeholders and the new roles to be performed by the different agencies. These include the legal and regulatory frameworks of all government current electronic transactions;
(iv) Development of e-GP business, functional and technical specifications which meet international best practices; development of bidding documents; evaluation of bids and contract management;
(v) Support the BPP’s communication team in developing a communication strategy and the sensitization of critical stakeholders on the importance of e-GP;
(vi) Preparation of User Acceptance Test (UAT) requirements for the e-GP system;
(vii) Assess the existing Data Centre with all the infrastructure and recommend necessary upgrade that will suit the implementation of the e-GP project;
(vii) Transfer of relevant technical assistance skills to BPP e-GP Unit staff;
(ix) Provision of any other technical advice sought by the BPP on e-GP implementation.
(4) Federal Government of Nigeria through Federal Ministry of Water Resources now invites Expression of Interest (EOI) and information from suitable International Individual Consultant that will provide necessary technical assistance and advice to the BPP’s e-Government Procurement Unit to ensure a successful delivery of the e-Govemment Procurement project in Nigeria, while sharing and bringing international best practices to bear at the implementation stage.
Specifically, interested individual consultant must submit a letter of expression of interest with detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV) indicating his/her ability and capability to perform the assignment/services through description of similar assignments performed with documentary evidences and verifiable client references (indicating services description, services amount and contracting organization/entity), experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skill, etc.
(5) The key criteria for selection of Individual Consultant for this assignment are:
(i) The Technical Advisor must have a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification in either computer science, information technology, business, public administration or related field. A higher degree or professional qualification in relevant fields will be considered an advantage;
(ii) The advisor should have at least 10 years experience in public procurement reforms;
(iii) The advisor should have successfully implemented one similar contract in a developing economy; Demonstrable experience in public procurement operations and practices, preferably in more than one country;
(iv) Documentary evidence of experience in developing e-GP strategy and implementation plans;
(v) Good understanding of e-GP implementation issues, change management, etc.
(6) The procurement method is based on the Bank’s Procedure for the Selection of Individual Consultant. The consultant will be evaluated based on their qualifications, experience and references of executed assignments.
(7) The duration of the assignment is 6 months and is expected to commence in January, 2017.
(8) Eligibility criteria, establishment of short list and the selection procedure are in accordance with the African Development Bank’s “Procurement Policy and Methodology for Bank Group Funded Operations ” (BPM), dated October 2015, which is available on the Bank’ website at
(9) Your Expression of Interest (EOI) for the execution of the assignment should be delivered to the e-mail address below on or before 4:00pm (West Central Africa Time) 15th December, 2016and with Subject title “e-Government Procurement Technical Advisory Services”:
E-mail: and
Interested consultants may obtain further information at the e-mail address stated above during office hours 08:00-4:00pm (WCA Time).

Kaduna State Public Sector Governance Reform and Development Project
Country: Nigeria
Credit No.: 046670-NG
Project ID: 97026
Request for Expression of Interest (EOI) for Consultancy Service as SIFMIS Implementation Consultant -To Kaduna State

The Kaduna State Government is a beneficiary of a credit facility that the Federal Government has obtained from the International Development Association (IDA) to implement a Public Sector Government Reform and Development Project. The project development objective is to improve transparency, accountability quality in public finance and human resource management system, with a view to strengthening governance in the participating states.
The Kaduna State Government embarked on Financial Management Reforms with the implementation of the Budget, Accounting & Treasury Management Information System (BATMIS) in a pilot basis. The contract for the Pilot Phase (BATMIS I) effectively commenced in November 2011. The project was implemented by GEMS Consortium (a consortium of Gems Consulting Company Limited, Pierre Consulting Limited and Super Digital Highway Limited).
The project had the following components; Budget, Accounting & Treasury Management Information System (BATMIS); Human Resource Management Information System (HRMIS); Payroll Management System; Computer-Aided Audit Tool (CAAT) and Infrastructure and Network (I&N).
The project is supporting oversight and control functions over the operations of financial and economic management in the public service provided by the following MDAs:
• Office of the Head of Service (OHoS) – Owner of the HRMIS component
• Office of the Auditor General (OAuGF) – Owner of the CAAT component
• Office of the Accountant General (OAcGF) – Owner of BATMIS; provided functionality as part of the MOF
• Ministry of Budget and Planning (MoBP) – (Budget Preparation, Monitoring and Control, Economic Management) – Owner of Budget sub-module of BATMIS
• Ministry of Education, Science & Tech. (MOES&T) – (IT assets maintenance)
Microsoft Dynamic Nav. 2009 software was deployed to implement the BATMIS solution. However, following a review of the State’s implementation of the Microsoft Dynamic Nav. ERP by the State Executive Council, the need to expand the implementation across other MDAs and 23 local councils, upgrading and stabilization and productive use of the system became imperative. Subsequently, the software is being upgraded from Microsoft Dynamic Nav. 2009 to the more recent version Microsoft Dynamic Nav. 2015 based on the outcome of a Business Process Review and Public Financial Management reforms which involves optimisation of modules that are already operational, implementation of Treasury Single Account and the FAAC/GFS-compliant NCOA, In addition, to the upgrade/optimisation/implementation, a converged infrastructure and associated ancillary appliances will be delivered to support the expanded scope of the BATMIS project. Therefore, a coherent coordination function, including the quality assurance of the systems, procedures, and related outputs and outcomes has become necessary to ensure the quality and success of the upgrade/optimisation/implementation and the converged infrastructure aspects of the project. In serving in a SIFMIS coordination role in support of the State Government’s Accountant General (the project sponsor) in its interfacing and management of the services designed to be delivered by the BATMIS Implementation Services Partner, the Coordinator will provide additional short-term technical support to fulfil the role of quality assurance on all the key systems contracted to be delivered by the Implementation Services Provider (Contractor).
The consultant will, inter alia, ascertain if the entire system is functioning and has been accessed from the various MDAs in the State and Local Government Areas on real time basis and the expected Management Information System is in accordance with International best practice and the financial reporting output from the system conforms to the requirements of the International Public Sector Accounting Standards. Specifically, the consultant (as a consultant staff member of the office of the State Government’s Accountant General’s Department) will review, monitor, and report on, the implementation and delivery of the system by the Implementation Services Provider (ISP) with the objective of achieving the following milestones and outcomes:
(1) The State Budget is produced from the system based on State-specific NCOA.
(2) Adequate quality Financial Information are produced based on IPSAS Cash/Accrual General Purpose Financial Statement issued by FAAC.
(3) Human Resource and Payroll Information System is adequately comprehensive and timely.
(4) End users had received adequate and effectiveness training, User Acceptance Testing (UAT) is completed with satisfaction, the ISP (contractor) has delivered all the deliverables to the required standard and the requirements of the KSG are not compromised.
(5) Assess the efficiency and reliability and efficiency of the new business processes at the central level (OAGF, BIR, and OSAG) as well as the MDAs).
(6) The banking arrangements, including the Treasury Single Account (TSA) approach, security of electronic funds transfer (EFT), CBN common platform for inter-bank clearing/settlement, protocol for receipt of electronic bank statements for automated bank reconciliation are well implemented and are working to the satisfaction of KSG.
(7) The System controls supporting the internal control environment (i.e. Access and security controls, segregation of duties, organization controls, arithmetic controls, personnel, authorization, management, and audit trails) are well defined and are under implementation.
(8) The System support arrangements, backup and business continuity plans including but not limited to reliability of connectivity and power supply as well as the reliability of data replication Technology in use at the disaster recovery center are well in place.
(9) The system documentation including, Configuration manuals, User/procedure manuals, Chart of Accounts (CoA) manual, new input forms and vouchers among others, are available and complete.
(10) As an in-house coordinator of the SIFMIS implementation on the government side, an in-house team is built to internalize the sustainable implementation and use of the delivered system by the public/civil service, under the authority of the Accountant General.
Kaduna State Public Sector Governance Reform and Development Project (KDSPSGR&DP) now invites eligible individual Consultants to indicate interest in providing these services. Interested Consultants must provide adequate information indicating their qualifications, experience and competency in similar or related assignment and the appropriate skills for this assignment,
The Consultant will be selected through Consultants Qualifications (CQ) method, in accordance with the procedures set out in the World Bank’s Guidelines; Selection and Employment of Consultant by World Bank Borrowers. January, 2011.
Interested Consultant may obtain further information at the address below during office hours (9:00am to 4:00pm) local time (Monday – Thursday)
Expression of Interest must be delivered in person or courier to the address below not later than 8thDecember 2016 with sealed envelope marked “SIFMIS IMPLEMENTATION CONSULTANT”
The Project Coordinator
Kaduna State Public Sector Governance Reforms and Development Project
C/O Ministry of Budget and Planning,
State Secretariat Complex,
Independence Way,
P.M.B. 2023,
Kaduna Nigeria.

Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation
Nigerian Pipelines and Storage Company (NPSC)
Block C, NNPC Towers, Herbert Macaulay Way, Central Business District, P.M.B, 459, Garki Abuja
Pre-Qualification of Contractors Through Open Tender for the Environmental Audit of Eight (8) Depots, Nine (9) Pump Stations and Eleven (11) Pipeline Segments in Kaduna and Warri Areas of NPSC Operation

The Nigerian Pipelines and Storage Company (NPSC) a subsidiary of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation wishes to carry out an Environmental Audit (EA) of Eight (8) Depots, Nine (9) Pump Stations and Eleven (11) Pipeline Segments in its Kaduna and Warn Areas of operation as listed below:
(A) Kaduna Area
Depots Pipelines
(1) Kaduna
(2) Kano
(3) Gusau
(4) Suleja
(5) Minna System 2D (Product Line)
(1) Kaduna-Zaria-Kano (224.7km)
(2) Zaria-Gusau (177.7km)
(3) Kaduna-Jos (164.8km)

System 2C (Crude Oil Line)
(1) Lokoja (R.Niger) – Kaduna (330.5km)

System 2CX (Product line)
(1) Suleja-Kaduna (150km)
(2) Suleja-Minna (80km)
Pump Stations
(1) Kaduna
(2) Zaria
(3) Sarkin Pawa
(4) Izom
(5) Abaji
(B) Warri Area
Depots Pipeline Segments
(1) Warri
(2) Benin
(3) Escravos System 2A (Product Line)
(1) Warri-Benin-Ore (199.7km)

System 2C (Crude Oil Line)
(1) Escravos-Warri (60km)
(2) Warri-Lokoja (R.Niger) (316km)

System 2CX (Product line)
(1) Benin-Auchi (107km)
(2) Auchi-Suleja (250km)
Pump Stations
(1) Warri
(2) Abudu
(3) Auchi
(4) Lokoja
The EA shall assess the compliance of NPSC Depots, Pump Stations and Pipelines to environmental requirements set out in:
• National Guideline for Environmental Audit in Nigeria.
• The DPR’s Environmental Guidelines and Standards for the Petroleum Industry in Nigeria (EGASPIN 2002).
• Other Applicable National and State Environmental Laws & Regulations.
The scope of activities for the EA shall include but not limited to:
(i) Assessment of Effluent quality in accordance to DPR EGASPIN 2002 (Section Table VI-I; Section 3.5,1.3; Section 4.13.1 Table VII-I and Section 4.13,5 and any other relevant section on the guideline)
(ii) Assessment of Impact to Surface Water, Ground Water and Soil
(iii) Air Quality Assessment
(iv) Public Health Assessment
(v) Socio-economic Impact etc.
(vi) Effectiveness of Impact Mitigation Measures
(vii) Development of fit-for-purpose Environmental Management Plan (EMP).
Interested Environmental Contractors/Consultants are required to submit comprehensive technical and financial information as follows:
(3.1) Company profile with Certificate of Incorporation in Nigeria, certified true copies of memorandum and article of Association of the company and CAC form C02 and C07 (Particulars of Directors)
(3.2) Evidence of vendor registration with NNPC or any of its subsidiaries OR Evidence of NIPEx registration
(3.3) Evidence of relevant DPR Registration/Permit as an Environmental Service Consultant
(3.4) Evidence of relevant certification/permit by Federal Ministry of Environment as an Environmental Consultant.
(3.5) Company’s CASHES and QA/QC policy & details of HSE KPI statistics/records for accidents, injuries and damages for the past three (3) years. E.g. Fatalities, LTIs, TRI etc.
(3.6) Company Tax Clearance Certificate for the last three (3) years (2013, 2014, 2015)
(3.7) Audited Accounts for the past three (3) years (2013, 2014 and 2015), Minimum Turnover of N60 million and net worth of N200 million for the Financial Year Ending 2015.
(3.9) Reference letter from company’s bank
(3.10) Evidence of VAT registration and Remittance
(3.11) Evidence of compliance with part IV, 16(6d) of the Public Procurement Act 2007 as it relates to PENSION (Certificate or exemption from PENCOM) and section 1(2) of the Pension Reform Act 2004.
(3.12) Evidence of compliance with the Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Amendment Act 2011 by inclusion of copy of Compliance Certificate from the Industrial Training Fund (where applicable).
(3.13) Evidence of ownership or affiliation with a laboratory registered by the Institute of Public Analysts of Nigeria (IRAN) for the analysis of all collected samples.
(3.14) Nigerian content plan that demonstrate full utilization of Nigerian Labour and services with detailed description of role, work scope and man-hours in order to achieve minimum target as set out in the requirements of the Nigeria Oil and Gas Industry Content Development (NOGICD) Bill, 2010 (where applicable).
(3.15) Current in-place organizational structure with detailed experience and skill of key management personnel with names. Provide evidence (personnel list and position organizational chart) percentage of management that are Nigerian Nationals and the percentage of the total workforce that are Nigerians.
(3.16) Detail past/present commitment to staff training and development of Nigerian personnel.
(3.17) Evidence of relevant verifiable experience on similar works in Nigeria over the past five (5) years.
(3.18) List of verifiable similar works detailing companies that the works were rendered to include company’s full contact details (Not P.O. Box), functional phone numbers and e-mail address.
(3.19) Evidence of membership of relevant professional associations such as Institute of Public Analysts of Nigeria (IPAN), Nigerian Environmental Society (NES), Institute of Chattered Chemists of Nigeria (ICCON) etc’, for company or key project personnel.
(3.20) Confirm willingness to commence with the execution of this work on the basis of a Letter of Intent (LOI).
(3.21) Any other information that will serve as added advantage to the company’s submission.
(4.1) A prospective bidder shall make provision of sworn affidavit to support submissions as follows:
(a) To allow NNPC verify all claims made in your submission.
(b) To allow NNPC verify that your organization is not in receivership, nor the subject of any form of insolvency of bankruptcy proceedings or the subject of any form of winding up petition or proceedings.
(c) To confirm that the company is not a replacement for a hitherto tax defaulting company.
(d) To confirm whether or not any of the members of relevant committees of NNPC or Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP) is former or present Director, shareholder, or has any pecuniary interest in your Company.
(e) A written statement confirming that your company does not have any Director who has been convicted in any country for a criminal offence relating to fraud or any financial impropriety or criminal misrepresentation or falsification of facts relating to any matter.
(4.2) Compliance with Nigerian Content Act shall be a major consideration in the tender process. Companies must provide a detailed Nigerian Content execution strategy to the satisfaction of Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (“NCDMB”), clearly setting out Nigerian Content commitments in areas of:
(a) Nigerian Content plan that demonstrates full utilization of Nigerian labour and services with detailed description of role, work scope and man-hours in order to achieve minimum target as set out in the requirement of the NOGICD Act 2010.
(b) Current and in-place organizational structure with detailed experience and skills of key management personnel with names.
(c) Provide evidence (personnel list and position organizational chart) percentage of management that are Nigerian nationals and the percentage of the total workforce that are Nigerians.
(4.1) This advertisement shall not be construed as commitment on the part of NNPC/NPSC, nor shall it entitle any interested respondent to make any claims whatsoever, and/or seek any indemnity from NNPC/NPSC by virtue of such company having responded to this advertisement.
(4.2) All cost incurred as a result of this pre-qualification invitation and any subsequent request for information shall be borne by the responding company.
(4.3) This advertisement is not an invitation to tender. Only companies adjudged qualified by NNPC/NPSC under this pre – qualification procedure will be invited to participate in the competitive tender.
Prospective companies shall submit relevant documents for pre-qualification in ONE original plus TWO hard copies and two electronic copies (CD ROM) to reach the address below not later than 5thJanuary 2017.
The Secretary
Downstream Tenders Board,
Block “D”, First Floor, Room 45b,
NNPC Towers,
Herbert Macaulay Way,
Central Business District,
Abuja FCT.

Operator of the NNPC/NAOC/Oando Oil Joint Venture
NIPEX TENDER NO: 1000000711

Nigerian Agip Oil Company Limited (NAOC), intends to put in place a contract for the provision of Casing and Tubing Running Services for NAOC Land and Swamp Operations, for two (2) years firm period plus one (1) year optional extension, starting from third quarter of
2016. NAOC therefore uses this medium to inform suitable and reputable Nigerian Companies having requisite experience and resources for the execution of project of this magnitude to register or update their registration with NipeX for consideration in the subject opportunity
The Scope of Work, includes but is not limited to the provision of Casing and Tubing Running
Services for NAOC Land/swamp/offshore operations.
The work consists of planning, direction, supervising and control of operations performed with Casing and Tubing Tongs.
Consequently Contractor shall provide:
• Casing and tubing tong services;
• Casing and tubing speed/torque measure and control system for recording,
analysis and control of applied make up torque;
• Completion back-up equipment (single and dual);
• Dope applicator service;
• Bucking jobs in the yards;
Contractor shall provide all personnel required to perform the work effectively and efficiently as required by the best oil field practices and standards. Contractor equipment must ensure Casing and Tubing Running Service at least for the following casing and tubing strings
Size Connection CRA Tubular Make up / Break Down Option
20″ BTC or Equivalent NOT REQUIRED
16″ BTC or Equivalent HYD 521 or Equivalent NOT REQUIRED
3/8″ BTC or Equivalent STL/SLY or Equivalent NOT REQUIRED
11 % “ SLX or Equivalent STL or Equivalent NOT REQUIRED
10% “ AMS or Equivalent
NJO/SLX or Equivalent REQUIRED
9 5/8″ AIMS or Equivalent NJO/SLX or Equivalent REQUIRED
7″ AMS or Equivalent
NJO/SLX or Equivalent REQUIRED
5″ AMS or Equivalent
NJO/SLX or Equivalent REQUIRED
CRA – Corrosion Resistant Alloy Tubular materials
Size Connection CRA Option
4 -1 / 2 “ FH6 or Equivalent AMS or Equivalent REQUIRED
3-1/2″ PH 6 or Equivalent AMS or Equivalent REQUIRED
2-7/8″ P H 6 or Equivalent AMS or Equivalent REQUIRED
a) To be eligible for this tender exercise, interested contractors are required to be prequalified in the 3.0405- Casing/Tubing Running in NipeX Joint Qualification System (NJQS) database. All successfully pre-qualified Suppliers in this category will receive Invitation to Technical Tender (ITT).
b) To determine if you are pre-qualified and view the product/service category you are listed for: Open and access NJQS with your log in details, click on continue Joint Qualification Scheme tool, click check my supplier status and then click
supplier product group.
c) If you are not listed in a product/service category you are registered with DPR to do business, contact NipeX office at 30, Oyinkan Abayomi Street, Ikoyi, Lagos with your DPR certificate as evidence for verification and necessary update.
d) To initiate the JQS pre-qualification process, access to download the application form, make necessary payments and contact NipeX office for further action.
e) To be eligible, all tenders must comply with the Nigerian Content requirements in the NipeX system
Bidders are invited to express complete understanding and willingness to develop in-country capability and capacity for related work packages in compliance with the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content Development Act (NOGICD, 2010) and other extant laws.
Pursuant to the above, bidders’ submissions shall be evaluated strictly with the minimum evaluation criteria defined in the NOGICD Act, only bidders’ whose submissions are in compliance shall proceed to the next stage of the tender process.
The information/documentation that will be required to be submitted by bidders at the ITT
stage among others are as follows:
(1.) Nigerian Content Plan that addresses utilization of Nigerian Labour, Services, Materials and Equipment for this service in order to achieve the minimum targets as set out in line with the requirements of the NOGICD ACT.
(2.) Provision of evidence that 50% of the equipment deployed is owned by the Nigeian subsidiary if applying entity is a multinational (Clause 41 (2) of the NOGICD Act). If not the case provision of concrete plan to comply in the next 3 years.
(3.) Provision of detailed description of the role, work scope, man-hours and responsibilities bidders will accomplish using Nigerian Resources (Labour, Material & Services)
(4.) Detail past experience/present commitment to staff training and development of its Nigerian personnel. Furnish details of specific training plans that will be provided for Nigerians specific to this scope of work’
(5.) Demonstration that entity is a Nigerian company as defined in Clause 3(2) of the Act which gives Exclusive consideration to Nigerian Indigenous service companies which demonstrate ownership of equipment, Nigerian personnel and capacity to execute uch work to bid on land and swamp area of the nigerian oil and gas industry
(6.) A Nigerian Registered Company as the contracting entity and lead contractor in executing scope of work can form genuine alliance or joint venture partnership with foreign company showing details of scope and responsibilities of parties for this work.
(7.) Such companies must show evidence of joint venture binding agreement duly signed by the CEO of both companies which must be governed by the laws of the Fedral Rebublic of Nigeria including evidence or plans of physical operational presence and
set-up in Nigeria
(8.) Provision of company ownership details, share holding structure and copies of CAC forms CO2 and CO7, including company memorandum & article of association.
(9.) Innovative proposals that would enhance the Nigerian Content for the project and other associated activites in-country.
NOTE: Bidders shall be requested to provide evidences to show their compliance with the above listed reguirements at the ITT stage. Failure to meet the Nigerian Content requirements is a “FATAL FLAW.
Only tenderers who are registered with NJQS Product/Category 3.04.05- Casing/Tubing Running Categories A, B, C and D as at Thursday 15th December 2016, being the advert close date shall be invited to submit Technical Bids.
This advertisement of “Tender Opportunity” shall not be construed as a commitment on part of NAOC, nor shall it entitle Applicants to make any claims whatsoever and/or seek any indemnity from NAOC and/or any of its Partners by virtue of such Applicants having responded to this Advert.
Please visit the NipeX portal at for this advert and other information.


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