procurement adverts

NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTE
INVITATION FOR PROPOSALS

The National Democratic Institute (NDI) invites proposals from Nigerian non-governmental, nonpartisan organizations to prepare to observe voter registration and the 2019 general elections and select off-cycle gubernatorial elections, subject to availability of funds.
NDI Program Goal:
Develop the capacity of Nigerian civil society organizations (CSOs) to participate in the electoral process, in particular through evidence-based observation using statistical principles and information and communication technologies.
Project Description:
NDI, Search for Common Ground (SFCG), Center for Democratic Development Ghana (CDD-Ghana) and World Learning (WL) are implementing the Electoral Empowerment of Civil Society Project (EECSP). Funded by the Department for International Development (DFID) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), EECSP aims to strengthen the capacity of CSOs to become integral part of election activities in Nigeria.
Subject to availability of funds, NDI will provide a subgrant and technical assistance to a Nigerian CSO to prepare to observe elections and voter registration using statistical principles and information and communication technologies. NDI anticipates the partner organization will have the ability to mobilize citizen observers in all states and 774 local government areas (LGAs) simultaneously.
In addition to a subgrant, NDI will provide technical assistance to its partner to: observe using the parallel vote tabulation methodology; draw representative sample of polling units for purposes of observer deployment; develop a detailed training plan; establish suitable recruitment criteria and a recruitment strategy for observers; develop a communication and reporting system; conduct trainings and produce observer forms and manuals; collect and manage observer data; and develop a strategy for external communication.
Applicant Eligibility Criteria:
All applicants should be non-governmental organizations that are registered with the National Planning Commission or the Ministry of Development at the national or state level. Applicants should be nonpartisan and free of any conflicts of interest pertaining to elections in Nigeria. Applicants should have a demonstrated interest in democratic development, transparency, government accountability, human rights, rule of law, and/or the political participation of marginalized groups, such as women, youth or people with disabilities. Applicants must demonstrate established financial management, systems for project monitoring and evaluation, and other policies and procedures that show compliance with standards for managing U.S. government funds. Applicant must demonstrate ability and experience to conduct activities in every state and LGA.

Application Process:
Interested applicants should develop a proposal based on the following structure:
Executive Summary (5 points)
This should be a maximum of one (1) page, and effectively summarize the full application.
Problem Statement/Background (5 points)
This should be a maximum of one (1) page. It will be evaluated on the degree to which the applicant is able to present a clear description of how evidence-based election observation can address Nigerian electoral issues.
Project Activities/Description (25 points)
This subsection will be evaluated based on the degree to which the applicant demonstrates how it intends to: set up a management team and project structure; mobilize citizen observers in all states (including the Federal Capital Territory) and all 774 LGAs; share information within the project structure; communicate with external stakeholders; and manage finances across all states and LGAs. The applicant must demonstrate its presence or connections in all states, for instance, through a list of member organizations, examples of subnational programming, a list of interested potential state or subnational partners, and/or a detailed process to identify programmatic points of contact with full geographic coverage.
Organizational Capacity (25 points)
This subsection will be evaluated based on the degree to which the applicant can provide evidence that its staff possess the managerial, leadership and democracy programs experience necessary to successfully implement the proposed activities. The applicant will provide evidence of ability to organize large-scale programs within deadlines, ability to operate in politically sensitive contexts, and experience or interest in democracy strengthening programming. The applicant will also demonstrate its experience and competencies with external communication, from strategies for thoughtful engagement with key stakeholders to strategic engagement with publics on traditional and social media. The applicant will present its staffing structure and a proposed project staffing scenario, all of which should define the roles and responsibilities, and present a practical, functioning organizational structure that is consistent with the project approach.
Financial Capacity (40 points)
An applicant will be evaluated on the extent to which it has installed or is measurably installing financial controls and systems that accurately reflect the organization’s functioning, ensure transparency and controls in procurement process, and create an audit trail by which all receipts and expenditures can the traced, allocated and justified. This may also include evidence of organizational policies and procedures, such as a staff code of conduct or ethics, bank and cash management, segregation of staff duties, job descriptions, travel guidelines, competitive staff recruitment, procurement guidelines, and/or payroll systems. The applicant will also demonstrate that it is compliant with tax and labor laws.
The applicant will provide evidence of having mobilized resources for similar projects, in scope financially, programmatically and/or geographically.
Clarification questions regarding evaluation criteria and the program’s goals should be sent to ndingr@ndi.org with the subject line [NDI Election Observation Grant Request for Information] by January 16, 2017.
All proposal and attachments must be submitted in PDF format to ndingr@ndi.org by January 22, 2017, with the subject line [NDI Election Observation Grant 2017].
All applications must be submitted with the following attachments:
• Federal Republic of Nigeria Registration Certificate;
• Proof of registration with Federal Inland Revenue Service;
• Recent project audit report;
• Recent annual activity reports;
• Board composition, organogram and curriculum of key staff and;
• Relevant organizational policies and procedures.
Full details of the application process at https://www.ndi.org/Nigeria-RFA-Observe-2019-Elections-VoterReg

USAID/FHI360
Expression of Interest

(A) Background
Family Health International (FHI360) is not-for-profit human development organization dedicated to improving lives in lasting ways by advancing integrated, locally driven solutions. Our staff includes expert in health, education, nutrition, environmental, economic development, civil society, gender equality, youth, research and technology – creating a unique mix of capabilities to address today’s interrelated development challenges. With funding from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), FHI360 is supporting the government of Nigeria (GON) to enhance sustained cross-sectional integration of HIV/AIDS services by building Nigerian capacity to deliver sustainable high quality, comprehensive, prevention, treatment, care and related services in various states within Nigeria.
FHI 360 Nigeria Country Office is hereby inviting eligible insurance brokers to express interest in providing insurance service to FHI360 Nigeria as per the scope below:
(B) Scope of Requirement
(1) To enable FHI360 Nigeria take out a group life policy for her staff, the selected brokers will.
(2) Approach Insurers on behalf of FHI360, and use their experience to negotiate favorable terms for FHI360
(3) Draw on their extensive market knowledge to advise FHI360 cm issues relating to policy benefits, extensions, and available options
(4) Leverage on their experience and expertise to help FHI360 select insurance policies that deliver risk solutions at the most competitive rates, and execute same with identified insurers) on behalf of FHI360
(5) Be responsible for administering the policy as may become necessary, to settle claims that may arise
(6) Ensure prompt and efficient claims administration and processing
(7) Provide other professional services as may be required from time to time, related to group life assurance
(8) Provide access to information on trends or other insurance related news from around the world
(C) Selection Criteria
Please read this section carefully and be sure that all requested information is included in your submission. Evaluators will neither make assumptions nor draw inferences regarding missing or incomplete information. The submission of incomplete information could result in the rejection of proposal
Proposals should be comprehensive and highlight how the bidding company intends to meet up with our requirements as state above Proposals should include the following and must be in the format below:
(1) Detailed Company Profile with registered address, functional email, telephone numbers and point of contact for the organization.
(2) Evidence of company registration (i.e. Certificate of incorporation Corporate, form CAC7 & CAC2).
(3) Evidence of payment of tax (tax clearance certificate) for the last three years 4 Evidence of financial capability i Bank reference letter
(5) ii. Audited financial statements for the last three years (showing minimum average annual turnover of N50million during the three-year period)
(6) Certificate of registration and valid/current membership with the National Insurance Commission (NICOM)
(7) Certificate of registration and valid/current membership with the Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers (NICRIB)
(8) Evidence of experience in taking out and administering group life assurance policies for reputable organizations (especially INGOs)
(9) Evidence of successful settlement of at least five claims (of minimum value of N15million each) on life assurance policies within the last three years, with clear indication of how long it took to settle the claim
(10) Recommendation Letter from three reputable and notable past or present clients attesting to satisfactory performance in previous provision group life assurance services
(D) Clarification and Submission of Proposal:
Bidders must submit request for any clarification and further information concerning this solicitation in writing via email to procurement@sidhas.org not later than 5pm Friday 20th January, 2017.
Expression of interest and supporting documents (listed in section C above) must be submitted in a sealed envelope and signed by authorized representative of the bidding company on or before 2pm Friday 27th January, 2017 Envelope should be labelled “EOI for Group Life Assurance” and addressed to
The Procurement Manager
Family Health international (FHI360),
Plot 1073 JS Tarka Street, Garki, Area 3 Abuja.
Any proposal received by FHI360 after the deadline for submission stated herein shall be rejected.
No proposal shall be modified after the deadline for submission of proposals.
Facsimile (fax), e-mail documents or postmarked documents will not be accepted Issuance of this EOI in no way constitutes a commitment by FHI360 to award a contract. FHI360 reserves the right to vary any part of this EOI at the time of award if it becomes necessary.
This procurement is funded by the U.S Agency for International Development (USAID) and is subject to the applicable Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and AID Acquisition Regulations (AIDAR)
FHI360 is Value added tax (VAT) exempted, but charges Withholding Tax (WTH) in compliance with Relevant Nigerian laws.

USAID/FHI360
Request for Quotation (RFQ)

(A) Introduction
Family Health International (FHI360) is not-for-profit human development organization dedicated to improving lives in lasting ways by advancing integrated, locally driven solutions. Our staff includes expert in health, education, nutrition, environmental, economic development, civil society, gender equality, youth, research and technology – creating a unique mix of capabilities to address today’s interrelated development challenges. With funding from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), FHI360 is supporting the government of Nigeria (GON) to enhance sustained cross-sectional integration of HIV/AIDS services by building Nigerian capacity to deliver sustainable high quality, comprehensive, prevention, treatment, care and related services in various states within Nigeria.
FHI360 Nigeria Country Office is hereby soliciting quotation from qualified printing firms to print monitoring and evaluation (M&E) tools. Qualified and Interested bidders are required to request for the list of the tools via printingofm&etools@sidhas.org
(B). SELECTION CRITERIA
Please read this section carefully and be sure that all requested information is included in your submission. Evaluators will neither make assumptions nor draw inferences regarding missing or incomplete information. The submission of incomplete information could result in the rejection of proposal.
Proposals should be comprehensive and clearly stating service costs and/or rates, proposals should include the following and must be in the format below:
The minimum eligibility requirements are as follows:
(1) Detailed Company Profile with registered address, functional email, telephone numbers and point of contact for the organization.
(2) Evidence of company registration (i.e. Certificate of incorporation Corporate, form CAC7 & CAC2).
(3) Evidence of payment of tax (tax clearance certificate) for the last three years
(4) Evidence of financial capability i. Bank reference letter ii. Audited financial statements for the last three years
(5) Verifiable physical address of well-equipped printing press
(6) Evidence of availability of relevant printing equipment
(7) Verifiable evidence of similar jobs successfully executed in the past for an amount equal to or above 15 million Naira (including copy of job orders, signed delivery notes of the supplier, and goods receipt note for the receiving organization)
(8) Resumes/CVs of key technical staff, with copies of professional certificates endorsed or initialed by the staff
(9) Evidence of employees retirement savings accounts (RSA) with a Pension Fund Administrator
(10) Evidence of remitting employer and employee pension contributions to the appropriate pension fund custodian
(11) Evidence of remittance of Training contributions to the Industrial Training Fund (ITF)
(12) Portfolio of past work, this includes a printed copy of 1 No, Health Related Data Collection Register and 1 No, Health Related Data Summary Form
(13) Recommendation letter from three Organization attesting to Satisfactory Performance for Supply of Printed Works
(C) INSTRUCTION TO PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS:
The Vendor must have experience in printing (Section B: Scope of Supply) and below are instruction to be strictly complied with. Interested bidders are requested to submit technical and financial bids in separate envelopes. All financial bids must be in Naira (NGN) and signed by Authorized representative of the bidding company.
Financial bids must provide the following information:
(I) Cost of Printing
(II) Delivery Schedule
(III) Payment terms
(IV) Validity of Quote
(D) SUBMISSION OF PROPOSAL /CLARIFICATION
Bidders are requested to submit their company profile alongside the quotation. The bid must be in Naira (NGN) and signed by authorized representative of the bidding company. Submission should be addressed to:
The Procurement Manager
Family Health International (FHI360),
Plot 1073 JS Tartsa Street, Garki, Area 3 Abuja.
All documents required by this RFQ must be received at the above designated location NOT LATER THAN 2:00PM (Nigeria Time) on January, 27th, 2017 in a sealed envelope. Facsimile (fax), e-mail documents or postmarked documents will not be accepted. Issuance of this RFQ in no way constitutes a commitment by FHI360 to award a contract
FHI 360 reserves the right to vary any part of this RFQ at the time of award if it becomes necessary. Bidders may be required to submit a sample each of the items they are being considered for. Kindly indicate the following information in your quotation/submission:
(1) Payment Terms
(2) Standard Delivery lead time
(3) Quotation Validity
FHI360 is Value Added Tax (VAT) exempted, but charges Withholding Tax (WTH) in compliance with Relevant Nigerian Tax Laws.
FHI360 designee will answer any questions up to 5:00pm on January 20, 2017 in relation to this RFQ; hence any request for clarification should be addressed to the Procurement Manager via Procurement@sidhas.org or Tel: 09-4615555

Government of Akwa Ibom State of Nigeria
Akwa Ibom State Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Agency (AK-RUWATSAN)
Plot 16 AKA Offot Industrial Layout, Udo Udoma Avenue, Uyo
Bid Advert

(1.0) PREAMBLE
The Government of Akwa Ibom State through Akwa Ibom State Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Agency (AK-RUWATSAN) with support from the European Union (EU) and UNICEF under the Rural Component of Water Supply and Sanitation, Niger Delta Support Programme (NDSP) hereby invites tenders from reputable contractors for the construction of water and sanitation facilities in Obot Akara and Nsit Atai Local Government Areas of the State.
(2.0) SCOPE OF WORK
• Construction of 20Nos. Solar Powered Motorized Water Schemes in 20 No. communities across Obot Akara and Nsit Atai LGAs
• Construction of 20 Nos. of 5-Compartment Pour Flush Toilets as Sanitation facilities in 10 No. Schools across Obot Akara and Nsit Atai LGAs
• Construction of 4 Nos. of 6-Compartment Water Closet (WC) Toilets as Sanitation facilities in 4 No. Public Places across Obot Akara and Nsit Atai LGAs
SN Lot No. Name of Community Description of Works under the Lot
Water Supply, Nsit Atai LGA
1 Lot 1 Ibedu Nsit 24,000L Solar MBH on 9M tower
2 Ikot Eket 12,000L Solar MBH on 9M tower
3 Ikot Ukpong 24,000L Solar MBH on 9M tower
4 Odot 1 24,000L Solar MBH on 9M tower
5 Ikot Nkpene 12,000L Solar MBH on 9M tower
1 Lot 2 Ikot Inyang 24,000L Solar MBH on 9M tower
2 Ndon Ekpe 24,000L Solar MBH on 9M tower
3 Ikot Abasi Nsit 24,000L Solar MBH on 9M tower
4 Ubetim 24,000L Solar MBH on 9M tower
5 Ikot Edong 12,000L Solar MBH on 9M tower
Water Obot Akara LGA
1 Lot 3 Ikot Udo 24,000L Solar MBH on 9M tower
2 Ikot Idem Udo 24,000L Solar MBH on 9M tower
3 Atan Ibong 24,000L Solar MBH on 9M tower
4 Ikot Akwa 24,000L Solar MBH on 9M tower
5 Ikot Out 24,000L Solar MBH on 9M tower
1 Lot 4 Ikot Utin 12,000L Solar MBH on 9M tower
2 Ikot Imo 12,000L Solar MBH on 9M tower
3 Ibiakpan 12,000L Solar MBH on 9M tower
4 Utu Otong 12,000L Solar MBH on 9M tower
5 Usaka Nto Akan 12,000L Solar MBH on 9M tower
Sanitation Obot Akara
1 Lot 5 Government Pri. Sch. Atan Ibong 5 Compartment Pour Flush Toilet

2 St. Natls Cath. Sch. Ikot Otu 5 Compartment Pour Flush Toilet
3 Group School Usaka Nto Akan 5 Compartment Pour Flush Toilet
4 Community Pri. Sch. Okpo Eto 5 Compartment Pour Flush Toilet
5 St Anne Pri. Sch Ibiakpan 5 Compartment Pour Flush Toilet
Sanitation, Nsit Atai Lga
1 Lot 6 Four community Primary School, Ikot Eket 5 Compartment Pour Plush Toilet 2 No.
2 Ikot Abasl Nsit Community primary school 5 Compartment Pour Flush Toilet 2 No.
3 Ikot Ablyan primary school 5 Compartment Pour Flush Toilet 2 No.
4 Ubetim primary school 5 Compartment Pour Flush Toilet 2 No.
5 QIC primary school Ikot Ekpot 5 Compartment Pour Flush Toilet 2 No.
Sanitation, in Publices Obot Akara & Nsit Atal
1 Lot 7 Ikot Abla Anwan Health Centre 6 Compartment WC Toilet 1 No

2 Central Motor Park, Nto Edino 6 Compartment WC Toilet 1 No
3 Odot market 6 Compartment WC Toilet 1 No
4 Comprehensive Health centre -Odot-3 6 Compartment WC Toilet 1 No
(3.0) MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS
Companies interested in the projects are to submit company profiles which must contain the following:
(a) Evidence of Registration with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC);
(b) Current Tax Clearance Certificate;
(c) Evidence of registration with the State as a contractor
(d) Company’s audited financial account (indicating turnover) and funding information over the past 3 years endorsed by a firm of chartered accountants;
(e) Evidence of financial capability from reputable Bank(s);
(f) Company’s profile, organogram and resume of relevant key technical staff, including individual attestation of availability. Include copies of professional certificates with seal and endorsement;
(g) Verifiable evidence of similar projects previously undertaken, including letters of awards and Completion Certificates within the pass three (3) years; indicate the financial value of these similar projects;
(h) Description and list of relevant equipment owned by contractor/supplier; include proof of ownership or lease or license over the equipment; i Any additional information that will enhance the potential of the contractor/ supplier.
(4.0) COLLECTION AND SUBMISSION OF TENDER DOCUMENTS AND COMPANY PROFILES
Interested bidders are to collect bid documents from the Secretary’s Office, Akwa Ibom State Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Agency (AK-RUWATSAN). Plot 16 Aka Offot Industrial Layout, Udo Udoma Avenue, Uyo on payment of tender fee of N20,000.00 (Twenty Thousand Naira). The tender fee is to be paid to the AK-RUWATSAN. Collection of tender documents shall commence from 13th January, 2017 and end on 31st January, 2017 between 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, Mondays to Fridays, except on public holidays. Completed tender documents and company profile, which shall be in five copies (one original and four photocopies) with soft copies in a DVD (containing spreadsheet copy of the completed BOQ and PDF Copies of other bid documents) are to be submitted in a sealed envelope marked with the company’s bid invitation number at the top left-hand corner, and addressed to; The General Manager, AK-RUWATSAN, Plot 16 Aka Offot Industrial Layout, Udo Udoma Avenue, Uyo. Sealed envelopes will be received at AK-RUWATSAN office until 11a.m, 31st January, 2017. Bid opening shall follow immediately after the submission deadline at the Conference Hall, AK-RUWATSAN, Plot 16Aka Offot Industrial Layout, Udo Udoma Avenue, Uyo. The representatives of the bidders and the general public are invited to witness the public opening of bids.
(5.0) PRE-BID MEETING
Prospective contractors are advised to attend the Pre-bid meeting intended to address contractors’ questions relating to the procurement. The meeting will take place on the 19th January, 2017 in the board room of AK-RUWATSAN at 10:00am
6.0 DISCLAIMER
This advertisement for “Invitation to Tender” shall not be construed as a commitment on the part of Akwa Ibom State Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Agency (AK-RUWATSAN), nor shall it entitle any company to make any claim whatsoever, and/or seek any indemnity from the agency or from the State Government and/or any of its departments, by virtue of such company having responded to this advertisement
All expenses incurred in preparing “Invitation to Tender” response and all expenses otherwise associated with “Invitation to Tender” responses shall be borne solely by the prospective contractor.
Signed
The General Manager,
Akwa Ibom State Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Agency (AK-RUWATSAN)

Lagos State Government
Lagos Water Corporation
Invitation for Expressions of Interest (EOI) for the Development of the Adiyan Phase II Water Scheme through Public-Private – Partnership (PPP) Procurement

1.0 Background
The Lagos State Government (LASG) as an integral part of its vision and policy thrust has embarked on the Public Private Partnership (PPP) model as a key strategy for the accelerated delivery of its public infrastructure.
The Lagos State Government has established legal instruments/institutions that promote an enabling environment for procurement and implementation of Public Private Partnership projects in the state. These include: Lagos State Public Procurement Agency (Lagos State Public Procurement Law 2011); Office of Overseas Affairs and Investments – Lagos Global (Lagos State Public Private Partnership Law 2011) and the Lagos State Water Regulatory Commission (Lagos State Water Sector Law 2004).
Lagos, with a population of currently 24 million people and projected to be the 3rd largest megacity in the world by 2020 reaching 29 million population mark, is Nigeria’s economic and commercial nerve centre. Presently, Lagos Water Corporation (LWC) has an installed capacity of 210 Million Gallons per Day (MGD). The total installed capacity can only meet 30% of the current demand. In order to close the demand gap, LWC has developed a Lagos Water Supply Master Plan (2010 – 2020) which outlines the infrastructure development programmes into short, medium and long, term phases.
The Lagos State Government, through LWC commenced the construction of 70MGD Adiyan Phase (II) Water Treatment Plant an EPC contract under the Public Procurement and the construction has reached 65 % completion. The Engineering Design of the Distribution Network of 2,369 KM length for the service coverage area has been completed through a Consulting firm engaged by the State Government The service coverage area is file Western Axis of the State with a population of over 4million.
The Lagos State Government, through LWC (the “Authority”) intends to develop “Water Distribution Network, metering and Operation/Management of New 70MGD Adiyan Phase II Water Treatment Rant (WTP)” (the “Project”) and as part of this endeavour, the Authority has decided to undertake the Project through Public-Private Partnership (the “PPP”) on Build, Finance, Operate and Transfer (file “BFOT”) basis, and has, therefore, derided to carry out the bidding. A twenty-five (25) year concession period is being proposed for this project which shall be wholly funded by file Concessionaire.
LWC now intends to invite EOI from reputable and experienced potable water plant operators, developers and investors either as individual firm on consortium with the requisite qualification and capabilities to submit applications for the purposes of being shortlisted to participate in a competitive tender for the Project
The selected Bidder, who is either a company or consortium incorporated under the Companies & Allied Matters Act 2004 of Nigeria or undertakes to incorporate as such prior to execution of the concession agreement (the “Concessionaire”) shall be responsible for construction, financing, procurement, operation and maintenance of the Project under and in accordance with the provisions of a long – term concession agreement (the “Concession Agreement”) to be entered into between the preferred bidder (“the Concessionaire”) and the Authority in the form provided by the Authority as part of the Bidding Documents.
2.0 PROJECT OBJECTIVES
The objective of the project is to engage a firm/consortium/investor/concessionaire with adequate experience for successful execution of works detailed in the project scope below.
3.0 PROJECT SCOPE
The project scope of work will broadly include:
(a) Construction of 2,369Km of Water Distribution Network Pipelines of varying sizes;
(b) Service Connection of over 200,000 house connections and metering, including telemetry and SCADA infrastructure;
(c) Operation and Maintenance of a newly constructed 70MGD Adiyan II (WTP);
(d) Development and Maintenance of a comprehensive Customer Database and collection of revenue;
(e) Design, Construction and Commissioning of 7, 8 -10 Megawatts Independent Power Plant (IPP).
4.0 SUBMISSION OF EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
The Lagos Water Corporation (LWC) now invites firm/consortium/investor/ concessionaire to indicate their interest in providing the required Services.
Interested parties shall provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services (brochures, description of previous similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills amongst Staff, professional qualifications etc). The short-listing criteria are: (1) Core business and number of years in business, 2) Technical and Managerial organization of the firm,
(3) Availability of Appropriate Skills among Staff. (4) Firm’s experience in similar assignments and (5) Firm’s experience in working in similar conditions and environment
5.0 REQUIREMENTS FROM INTERESTED PARTIES
In addition, the prospective firm or consortia must possess the relevant experiences in the development, operation and management of water supply scheme. They are required to submit comprehensive information as follows:
• Full name and nationality country of registration of the company and contact person, postal address, telephone and e-mail addresses.
• Company registration including Certificate of Incorporation, certified true copies of Memorandum and Articles of Association and CAC Form C07 or the equivalent.
• Most recent 5 years Audited Financial Statements and latest Management Accounts.
• Evidence of available financing/ access to credit line.
• Project team, including specialist firms/consortia and the project organogram.
• Evidence of previous experience in carrying out similar works in the development and operation of water supply schemes, providing fire following details:
(i) Name of Project, Brief Description and Client’s contact details, (ii) Scope of Work, (iii) Contract Value, (iv) Contractual Period, (v) Nature of Contract (PPP) preferably, (vii) Name and address of related client’s references.
6.0 SUBMISSION OF EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI)
Interested Bidders may obtain further information at the address below during office hours between 09.00 am to 400 pm or by electronic mail.
The EOI submission should include:
Six (6) hard copies (one (1) original and five (5) other copies of EOI applications) and a soft copy on CD-ROM/FLASH DRIVE to be delivered in a sealed envelope and clearly marked “ADIYAN PHASE II WATER SUPPLY PPP Project (Expression of Interest)” to the address below on or before Friday 24th February, 2017 no later than 4:00pm Nigeria time.
PLEASE NOTE THAT ONLY QUALIFIED FIRMS BASED ON THE CRITERIA IN PARAS. 4 & 5 ABOVE WILL BE INVITED FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION.
Attention: Engr. Muminu Badmus Managing Director.
Lagos Water Corporation,
Room 503,
Water House Headquarters,
Ijora, Lagos.
Tel: 08054443685; 08023304901; 07067834060.
sikiru.ogunlana@lagoswater.org
babisking2002@yahoo.com
It should be noted that this invitation does not constitute a commitment on the part of LASG and/or five LWC to award the project to any firm or consortium expressing interest Furthermore the submission of documents shall not entitle any of the interested parties to any claims against LASG and /or LWC by virtue of such firm or consortium having responded to the EOI invitation. All costs incurred by respondents as a result of this EOI invitation and any subsequent requests for information shall be for respondent’s account only.

BEST PREMIER HOTELS
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST IN THE ACQUISITION OF A 4STAR HOTEL IN PORT HARCOURT, NIGERIA.
BACKGROUND

The Best Premier Hotel In Port Harcourt is an international standard Four Star Hotel which is a market leader in Port Harcourt and environs. It is well maintained and boasts of a clientele of the leading Oil and Gas companies and power generation and distributions companies and their support services companies. The owners of the hotel have decided to spin-off this hotel as a result of change in their corperate strategy.
HOTELS IN PORT HARCOURT
• The hotel industry in Nigeria boost about 7,000 hotels and 245,000 rooms ranging from the luxurious five star to smaller one star hotels.
• The industry rakes in revenue of 562 Billion in year 2014 with 63% being from room rentals. (Augusto Research).
• Hotel and Tourism contributed 1.56Trillion being the equivalent of 1.75% of GOP in 2015. This is expected to rise to 2.4% in 2016 and subsequently to 5.8% in 10years. (office of Statistics).
• Hotels have been concentrated in the Cities with the highest level of economic activities. Lagos has 21 Five Star Hotels, Abuja has 6 and Port Harcourt can boast of four.
• The leading hotels in Port Harcourt that compete with Best Premier Hotel include;
i. NOVOTEL
ii. LE MERIDIAN
iii. GOLDEN TULIP
iv. DE EDGE HOTEL
v. PRESIDENTIAL HOTEL
vi. BEST PREMIER
THE OPPORTUNITY.
We present an opportunity to acquire an excellently developed four star hotel in the cosmopolitan city of Port Harcourt, Southern Nigeria.
The hotel previously flew the flag of;
• PROTEA
• BEST WESTERN (PREMIER) BRANDS.
This opportunity provides the acquirer with the following advantages;
• Well built and maintained four star hotel.
• Existing clientele in the Oil and Gas and Powers sectors.
• Eliminates development activities and provides instant market entry.
• Excellent Management and hotel staff.
• Excellent location in Port Harcourt
THE ASSET.
The Hotel is situated at KM 27 Aba-Port Harcourt express way, on a piece of land measuring an area of 4,000 M2 with a gymnasium, Lawn tennis court, conference rooms and shopping facilities. It has all the amnesties of a standard four star hotel. It has two stand-by generators and inverter totaling a capacity of 47.5KVA.
FACILITIES
Functional facilities in the Hotel include:
INDOOR
• Reception
• Lounge
• Bar
• Restaurant
• Kitchen
• Store
• Laundry
LODGING
• Presidential Suite
• Junior Presidential Suite
• Suite
• Superior Room
• Lounge
MEETING
• Banquet Hall
• Board Room
• Meeting Room
OUTDOOR
• Tennis Court
• Terrace Bar/Event Center
• Parking
• Gymnasium
• Security House
• Admin Block
Facilities which are under various stages of development;
• Swimming Pool
• Cinema Flail
• Event Hall
• 40 Rooms
• 3 Board/Meeting Rooms
• 3 Office Apartments
•Tennis Court Bar
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST.
Expressions of interest should reach the contact below. Such EOI should be written and addressed on the letter head of prospective acquirer. It should state the following;
• Name of Company
• Line of Business
•Turnover in the last three audited financial years (in the ease of individuals, statement of Net worth attested to by your bankers)
• Whether quoted on any exchange
• Any strategic affiliations with foreign equity holders
• Date of incorporation and RC number
• Name and contact details of primary contact.
NEXT STEPS.
On receipt of a satisfactory EOI from prospective investor, such investor will be given opportunity to conduct a site visit to the Hotel, will be given access to the corporate documents in the virtual data room (VDR) and be requested to submit a bid within the stipulated time line indicated in the VDR.
Visit: http://www.bestpremierhotels.com
For Contact/Enquiries Call: +234 (0) 7035901127

IRC NIGERIA
IRC/NIG/1/2017/003
INVITATION TO BID

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) is an international, nonsectarian, voluntary organization providing relief, protection and resettlement services for refugees and victims of oppression or violent conflict.
The IRC has been active in Nigeria since 2012, providing essential services for internally displaced persons and host communities in partnership with several international donors. The IRC is continuing its operations in North East Nigeria and is issuing a Request for Proposal (RFP) to solicit competitive, sealed, bids to establish a contract with a reputable Contractor for the Construction of ANC Shades and Consulting Rooms in 10 IRC Supported Health facilities within Maina, Mubi Norht, Mubi South and Michika LGAs in Adamawa State.
Interested and suitably qualified vendors are invited to submit their proposals and may request complete Tender documents (RFP) from the IRC offices located at:
INTERNATIONAL RESCUE COMMITTEE
Philip Maken Close,
Behind Yukuben Hotel,
Off Barracks Road,
Karewa Masakare,
Yola , Adamawa
08035404877
INTERNATIONAL RESCUE COMMITTEE,
Plot 902, Olu Awotesu Street-
Off Idris Ibrahim Crescent,
Jabi District- Abuja, FCT
08172366902
INTERNATIONAL RESCUE COMMITTEE,
Behind ADSU Guest Inn, GRA,
Mubi North LGA, Adamawa State
07061638552
INTERNATIONAL RESCUE COMMITTEE
Plot No 7 Jimina Street,
Off Damboa Road, GRA
Maiduguri, Borno State
07038634349
Bid submission closes on January 25th, 2017 at 12.00 noon
Acceptance of your bid(s) and any subsequent contract are subject to the IRC’s Terms and Conditions for provision of Goods and Services. IRC does not bind itself to accept the lowest, or any bid.
NOTE: BIDS SUBMITTED WITHOUT COMPLETED AND SIGNED INTENT TO BID FORM ALSO ATTACHED TO THE TENDER DOCUMENT (RFP) WILL BE REJECTED
Government of Cross River State, Nigeria
Cross River State Primary Healthcare Development Agency
Invitation to Tender/Bid for the Construction of a Comprehensive Healthcare Centre/ Staff Quarters / Perimeter Fence and Procurement of Medical Equipment
1.0 Introduction
One of the cardinal policy of the Sen. Prof. Ben Ayade’s led administration is the achievement of Universal Health coverage with provision of quality health care at the grassroot through the revitalization of the Primary Health Care system in the State, which serves over 80% of the population in Cross River State.
This is in line with the National Policy on Primary Health and the Governor’s resolve to have at least one functional comprehensive health centre in every local government area and one functional PHC in every ward in the state, to improve the implementation of Ayadecare which is the State Health Insurance Scheme. In light of the above, eligible contractors/vendors with the requisite technical and financial knowhow In similar jobs/project are requested to bid/tender for the Construction of a comprehensive healthcare centre/staff quarters/perimeter fence and procurement of medical equipment in Uchu Yache, Yala Local Government Area.
2.0 SCOPE OF WORKS/SERVICES
Design and the construction of a Comprehensive Health Care Centre/Staff Quarter/Perimeter Fence and the procurement of Medical Equipment sub-divided into (3) LOTS.
LOT 1: Design and construction of a Comprehensive Health Centre
LOT 2: Design and construct a semi-detached (3) in one bedroom staff quarters and perimeter fencing
LOT 3: Procurement of Medical Equipment
3.0 DOCUMENTS TO ACCOMPANY TENDER/BIDS
Interested Contractors/Vendors are expected to provide the following
(1) Evidence of registration with Corporate Affairs Commission
(2) Registration with Cross River State Due Process and Price Intelligence Department in the relevant category
(3) Evidence of Current Tax Clearance Certificate for the past three (3) years 2013, 2014 & 2015’
(4) Value Added Tax (VAT) Certificate and evidence of past VAT remittances for the past three (3) months September, October, November 2016
(5) Company Audited Account for the past three (3) years 2014, 2015 & 2016
(6) Evidence of Financial Capacity to handle the job, with reference from a reputable bank
(7) Verifiable evidence of experience in similar job. Give names of projects, clients, contract sum with letters of award and certificate of completion of jobs completed within the last five (5) years
(8) Technical capacity and equipment to execute the job
(1) 2 Directors Tax clearance certificates
(2) Competent staff dispositions/Educational qualifications
(3) Any other relevant information
4.0 COLLECTION AND SUBMISSION OF TENDER/BIDS
The Tender/Bid Documents are to be collected from the Director-General, Cross River State Primary Health Care through the Procurement Officer, filled and submitted on or before 31st January, 2017 in (1) original and (4) duplicate copies and marked Tender/Bid for the Construction of comprehensive Health Care Centre/Staff Quarters/Perimeter Fence and Procurement of Medical Equipment in (2) separate envelopes and labeled Technical and Financial and placed in a large envelop (brown)
Attention:
The Procurement Officer
Cross River State Primary Health Care Development Agency,
30 Barracks Road, Calabar at the left hand corner of the envelop
5.0 SUBMISSION/OPENING OF TENDER & BIDS
The Tender/Bids are to be submitted through the Director-General to the Procurement Unit on or before Tuesday, 31st January, 2017 by 12 noon prompt.
The Tender/Bids will be opened in the Agency’s Conference Room on Tuesday, 31st January, 2017 by 1pm prompt.
For further enquiries Call 08033204489 (Procurement Officer)

Signed:
Director-General
Cross River State Primary Health Care Development Agency 30 Barracks Road, Calabar

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