PROCUREMENT ADVERTS

FEDERAL MINISTRY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
FEDERAL SECRETARIAT COMPLEX, PHASE II, ABUJA.
Website: http://www.fmst.gov.ng ,
Email: info@scienceandtech.gov.ng
PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST TO PARTICIPATE AT THE TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION EXPO2017 (3RD – 7TH APRIL, 2017)
The Federal Ministry of Science and Technology (FMST), in pursuant of its mandates of popularizing Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) has finalized arrangement to organize Technology and Innovation Expo2017 to facilitate commercialization of Research and Development results and encourage inventions and innovations. The EXPO, which is scheduled to hold from 3rt – 7th April, 2017, at the Eagle Square, Abuja, on the theme: Science, Technology and Innovation for Nigeria’s Economic Diversification, will amongst others:
(i) Encourage interactions between Researchers and Investors with a view to commercializing research results, inventions and innovations from Nigeria’s research and tertiary institutions;
(ii) Bring to fore the capabilities of Nigerian Scientists, Engineers, Inventors/Innovators in contributing to economic diversification of Nigeria;
(iii) Promote collaborations amongst research institutions and researchers/ inventors;
(iv) Facilitate growth of indigenous manufacturing hinged on Science, Technology and Innovation (STI), as well as generally promote STI culture in Nigeria.
(2) The Technology and Innovation EXPO 2017 will last for five (5) days and featuring:
(i) Opening Ceremony;
(ii) Exhibition of Research and Development results, inventions/innovations, and STI products and services;
(iii) STI Entrepreneurial exhibition;
(iv) Investors/Researchers Forum;
(i) Technical Sessions on emerging STI issues in Biotechnology; Renewable energy, Space Science & Technology; Process and Manufacturing Technology;
(ii) Special Days for Organizations, States etc.,
(iii) Assessment of R/D results, Inventions / Innovations and STI Products and Services on display;
(iv) Awards of prizes, certificates etc. to outstanding Organizations, Researchers, Inventors/Innovators, STI Entrepreneurs, States, JETS etc. (Cash prizes will be awarded in the following categories – Tertiary Institutions, Research Institutions, Inventors/Innovators, STT Entrepreneurs, JETS, States, Raw Materials Utilization, amongst others)
(v) Closing Ceremony.

(3) Organizations, Researchers, Inventors/Innovators, States, Tertiary Institutions, Entrepreneurs etc. who desire to participate and showcase their products and services should provide the following information:
(i) Name and address of Organization;
(ii) Telephone No.; email;
(iii) List and description of R/D results, inventions/innovations, products and services etc. to be displayed.
(4) Intending participants are requested to forward their expression of interest to participate at the Technology and Innovation Expo’ 2017 to the Office of the Director, Science and Technology Promotion, Federal Ministry of Science and Technology, Block D, Rm. 612 Federal Secretariat, Phase II, Abuja on or before Friday, 10th March, 2017.
(5) Researchers, Inventors /Innovators, Entrepreneurs, Institutions etc. whose research results, inventions and innovations, products and services have been selected for exhibition will be notified accordingly.
(6) For Further enquiries, please call any of the following Telephone Nos.:
(i) + (234) 705 8807 734;
(ii) + (234) 705 8807 142;
(iii) + (234) 815 9547 328 (Text and whatsApp only).
OR send mails to the following e-mail addresses
(i) expo2017@scienceandtech.gov.ng
(ii) fmstexpo2017@gmail.com and
(iii) fmstexpo2017@yahoo.com
Signed:
Belema Wakama
Permanent Secretary

PLAN INTERNATIONAL
CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST

Plan International is a leading independent organization for children which began operation over 78 years ago and is currently working in 70 countries including Nigeria where it started operation in 2014. Plan International is a development and humanitarian organisation that advances children’s rights and equality for girls. We strive for a just world, working together with children, young people, our supporters and partners. Plan International Nigeria has interventions in child protection, education, livelihood and health in different states in Nigeria.
We are seeking reputable, reliable and experienced suppliers based in our Mubi, Maiduguri, Sokoto, Bauchi, Jigawa, Kebbi, Calabar and Lagos to form our prequalified Supplier Database, to meet the following needs:
Location: Mubi, Maiduguri, Sokoto, Bauchi, Jigawa, Kebbi, Calabar and Lagos
SUPPLIER CATEGORY
(a) Graphic designing, promotional materials like umbrellas, key holders, flyers and banners
(b) Accommodation, conferencing and meals facilities
(c) Advertising, signage, corporate branding and corporate wear
(d) Auctioneers and Evaluators
(e) Borehole siting, drilling, equipping and repair and maintenance and supply of water reservoirs and accessories
(f) Building materials, Paints, Electrical plumbing and general hardware
(g) Carpet and tiles fitting
(h) Cleaning services, equipment supply and repairs
(i) Computer Equipment, networking equipment, software, anti-virus, accessories, consumables and repairs, projector and UPS
(j) Construction companies, civil, structural and water Engineers
(k) Courier services
(l) Curtains, blinds supply, fitting and cleaning
(m) Customs clearing, shipping and forwarding services
(n) Domestic appliances and electrical goods
(o) Dry cleaning and laundry services
(p) Earthmoving, crane and hoisting services
(q) ECD and CFS material play center equipment
(r) Emergency response, WASH and hygiene kit materials
(s) Estate and employment agents
(t) Event management, tents, PA system, chairs and catering services
(u) Fencing, security perimeter and sliding gates supply and repairs
(v) Fire extinguishers supply, repair and maintenance and first aid kits
(w) Fuels and lubricants suppliers
(x) Fumigation services, pest and rodent control and associated chemical supplies
(y) General office stationery and supplies
(z) Generator repair, supply and maintenance
(aa) Groceries, vegetables, butcheries and beverages
(ab) Kitchen equipment and utensils
(ac) Legal services and debt collectors
(ad) Linen, mosquito nets and bedding equipment
(ae) Locksmith services
(af) Long and short term insurance services
(ag) Manufacturers and distributors of automotive batteries
(ah) Medical suppliers, medical insurance suppliers and drug suppliers
(ai) Motor bikes and Motor vehicle repair and maintenance
(aj) Motor vehicle spares and accessories
(ak) Motor vehicle suppliers
(al) Office partitioning, painting, shop fitting and upholstery
(am) Paving repairs and supply, bitumen supply and construction
(an) Photocopying services
(ao) Printed stationery, diaries, business cards, receipt books, GRV, Purchase orders
(ap) Refrigerators, air conditioners repairs, related requirements and spare parts supplies
(ar) Removals and transport services
(as) Repair, improvements and maintenance of buildings
(at) Security alarms, metal detector and CCTV installation, servicing and repairs
(au) Security services and communication services
(av) Septic tanks emptying and repairs and waste removals
(aw) Suppliers and manufacturers of office furniture and equipment
(ax) Toiletries supplies
(ay) Travelling agents, taxis, car hire and shuttle services
(az) Vocational materials
(ba) Weighting equipment, Analog and digital scales and related measuring equipment
(bb) Consultancy in review of training, programming evaluation, research, EIA, documents development
(bc) Medical equipment, drugs, automobile and consumables
(bd) Equipment for the disabled
(be) First Aid trainers
(bf) Waste disposal for medical waste
(bg) Community Mobilisation Materials
(bh) Food and non-Food household item
(bi) Education support Materials
(bj) Information, educational and communication materials
(bk) Vocational Training materials
(bl) Child friendly space materials
(bm) Temporary mobile toilets
(bn) Air travel agents and service providers
(bo) Radio and television jingles service providers
(bp) Manufacturers and distributors of processing equipment
(bq) Camera supplier and photographing services
(br) Air -conditioners, standing and overhead fans
Implications for being in Plan’s pre-qualification database:
Being in our pre-qualification database implies the following:
(a) You will be issued a long term agreement in line with Plan International Nigeria procurement policy.
(a) Where Plan International Nigeria needs items or services you are pre-qualified for, you will be contacted with the description of the goods/service and requested to submit a quote;
Requirements:
• Company profile detailing category and Location with traceable physical address(s) and 3 identifiable and traceable references
• Certificate of incorporation
• Presence in the location applying for
• Evidence of paying tax and Audited Financial statements
• Experience of doing similar job with other INGOs/UN agencies implementing project in similar terrain or locations
• Have performance record, integrity and ethics, organization and skills, equipment and facilities.
• Have documentation to prove his/her financial sustainability/reference letter from the bank
• Approval by affiliated regulatory authority e.g. power/communication certified copy from regulator
(2) How to Apply?
Send email to the following address Nigeriaprocurement@plan-international.org to obtain application form and information on our nearest office for your submission.
Clearly mark the Class code for the desired category on the front cover of your proposal
Closing date is 12th February, 2017 at 4:30pm
Term and conditions:
• Commodity brokers or General Contractors will be disqualified
• Only successful applicants will be notified for the ensuing stages
• Responding to this advertisement shall not imply that the applicant has been registered as Plan supplier
• Plan International Nigeria shall have the final decision for selection and may give reason to unsuccessful applicants upon request
• All prospective suppliers must comply with our Child protection policy and Anti-terrorism and Fraud policy
Desired Suppliers Should Be Prepared To:
• Be paid after delivery of goods and services in most cases
• Be visited by our tender committee at their premises, offices and workshops for interviews
• Meet the terms and conditions that Plan have in their procurement guidelines
• Undergo a supplier induction where the guidelines and expectations of Plan International Nigeria are spelt out
Meet Plan strict timelines:
Suppliers in Neighbouring locations are encouraged to apply

TENDER NOTICE
FOR THE SUPPLY OF LAPTOPS

NORTH EAST REGIONAL INITIATIVE (NERI) invites qualified and registered vendors to indicate interest in submitting quotations for the following Items:
(1) HP Windows 10.4G Ram, 500GB, Core i3 Laptop
(2) Amazon Kindle Fire HO8 Reader
(3) USB Internet Dongle
Vendors must demonstrate financial capability to deliver items without advance, provide competitive quotations which would be valid for a minimum of 30days and willing to deliver within specified time (7 days after award).
It is NERI intent to award the contract to the lowest competitive bidder.
Interested vendors may obtain an electronic copy of the RFQ including terms, conditions, and specifications; by a written request to the NERI Procurement Department quoting the RFQ title and the item/s he/she wishes to supply at the email: procurementng@neri-nigeria.com. Telephone requests will not be honored.
NB: Please note that the closing date for this advert is 8th February, 2017.
NERI Office of Procurement.

OXFAM
TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR SHORT TERM CONSULTANCY ON GENDER JUSTICE
LENGTH: 3 MONTHS.

BACKGROUND
Oxfam GB is a part of Oxfam International (OI), which is a worldwide confederation of 18 organizations working for change and development. OI’s vision is a just world without poverty. Oxfam works in response to humanitarian need in more than 120 countries. A simple and inescapable truth underlines everything we do at Oxfam: there’s enough wealth in this world to go around. It’s unfortunate that people live in poverty/ It’s unjustifiable. It’s not just their problem. It’s ours too. And with the right support, we can beat poverty and injustice.
Driven by that belief, Oxfam began operations in Nigeria in 1965 and since then has been working to save lives by providing humanitarian response, build sustainable livelihoods, transform attitudes about women’s rights and promote more active citizens, and a more accountable state and private sector adopting a rights based approach.
Oxfam GB (OGB) in Nigeria over the years has demonstrated commitment to putting poor women’s rights at the heart of everything they do. This commitment to ensuring that programmes contribute significantly to transforming the lives of women remains as both a strategic priority and key organizational driver of change. The Oxfam theory of change acknowledges that systematic discrimination against women and girls is both a cause and consequence of inequality that drives poverty, but that when women and girls are able to make their own choices and exercise their collective voice and when institutions addresses their strategic needs and interest, gender justice will be advanced.
OGB is currently implementing several donor funded gender stand-alone projects; (1) Ensuring accountability for Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV) and increased participation of women (Plateau) – aimed at raising awareness around SGBV in conflict settings, with a view of empowering the community to be self- protected and also demand accountability from duty bearers and (2) Haki Mkononi-Raising her voice – a legal empowerment programme ( Kaduna and Plateau) focussed on working at a regional level with the African Union, its organs, Regional Economic Communities (RECs) and women’s rights organisations in 6 priority countries to ensure continental norms and standards translate to concrete gains for women and girls at the national levels through the domestication, implementation and enforcement of the Protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa (The African Women’s Protocol). OGB also mainstreams gender in all projects currently being implemented. (3)The PROACT project (Adamawa and Kebbi) has a strong component of ensuring gender transformative leadership among the beneficiaries while the (4) VSLA community organizing project in the middle belt (Benue, Nassarawa and Plateau) deliberately seeks to. build the leadership capacity of women who are leaders of their savings groups. (5) The GROW campaign (covering the whole Nation) with emphasis on budget tracking, climate and agriculture finance, Female Food Hero has made gender the cornerstone of the implementation strategy.
Oxfam in Nigeria is currently going to a transition into one Oxfam. Because of this transition process and the commitment with her relevant stakeholders, OGB requires a consultant on a short term basis to oversee the implementation of her gender activities for the period before the completion of the transition process.
Given the short timeframe available to deliver, there is a need to hire a high level consultant with prior experience working in Nigeria who has a sound understanding of the local context and who is able to hit the ground running multitasking both on program development, project implementation and proposal writing.
Overall objective of the consultancy
• Promote full and equal participation of women in all aspects of our work at field level as well as among staff
• Develop proposals on women’s rights to fundraise for programme activities
• Mainstream specific gender objective into all programme proposals and monitor the implementation and reporting of the activities
• Provide technical support, and organise training of partners and communities across project States in consultation with Livelihoods State Coordinators, the MEL&SA Coordinator

NIGERIAN BULK ELECTRICITY TRADING PLC
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR CONSULTANCY IN ANALYTICS AND ADVISORY, PAYMENT SETTLEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION IN THE NIGERIAN ELECTRICITY SUPPLY INDUSTRY

1.0 INTRODUCTION
NBET hereby invites suitably qualified consultants to submit Expression of Interests (EOI) for the provision of analytics and advisory services on payment settlement, administration, invoicing, coordination and processing. The selection of a Consultant will follow a two-stage process in which applicants will be shortlisted strictly based on the eligibility criteria provided hereunder. Only shortlisted applicants will be eligible to participate in the submission of a bid for the consultancy.
2.0 INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLICANT
An Expression of Interest may be submitted by individual applicants or firms that have met the minimum eligibility criteria listed below. In the case of firms, only the resume of the lead consultant will be appraised for eligibility purposes.
3.0 ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
The Consultant is expected to provide analytics and advisory services whilst leading a team of subject matter experts in developing, implementing and evaluating initiatives that may promote more efficient and effective system settlement administration. Bidders are therefore expected to show verifiable experience in the subject matter. A minimum of 15 years is expected to gain the experience required to carry out the role effectively. A successful candidate or form must demonstrate superior experience in analytics and advisory work on the impact of rules for setting prices on market outcomes in electricity markets. Other requirements expected are as follows:
(a) University degree in Engineering, Economics, or Computer Science. An advanced degree in Economics or Business Administration would be an advantage
(b) A minimum of 15 years industry experience in the Nigerian Electricity Industry
(c) Excellent understanding of electricity generation, transmission, distribution and supply; system settlement and administration
(d) Experience in curriculum design higher education combined with small groups teaching and learning and assessment
(e) Experience in design, monitoring and assessment of metering systems; and
Verifiable experience contributing to policy development in the NESI, with excellent understanding of the role of the agencies in the sector.
4.0 TENURE
The assignment is expected to be full time for a period of six months
5.0 CLOSING DATE
Applicants are expected to submit their Expression of interest in three (3) hard copies, no later than 12.00 noon on February 22, 2017, with the inscription on the top left hand corner of the envelope “Expression of Interest for Consultancy in Analytics & Advisory in Payment Settlement and Administration” and must be dropped off at the Tender Box located at the NBET Reception.
All Expressions of Interest should be addressed to:
Head, Procurement NBET PLC
8th Floor, Bank of Industry Tower Off Herbert Macaulay Way
Central Business District
Abuja

CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA (CBN)
http://www.cbn.gov.ng
INVITATION TO TENDER FOR THE REPLACEMENT OF FALLING MOSIAC TILES WITH ALUCO-BOND AND WALL TILES AT CBN KATSINA AND MAIDUGURI BRANCHES

INTRODUCTION
The Central Bank of Nigeria is in the process of awarding the contracts for the replacement of falling Mosiac Tiles with Aluco-Bond and vitrified wall Tiles at CBN Maiduguri and Katsina branches.
Consequently, the Bank hereby invites reputable firms, having experience in construction works, to submit Technical and Financial bids for the works.
(A) QUALIFICATION CRITERIA
The firm must have similar verifiable experiences
The firm should be able to deploy appropriate personnel for the efficient delivery of the project.
The firm should demonstrate the ability to set-up a mechanism for close interaction with in-house team monitoring the project.
The company’s technical submission shall be accompanied by the following:
Mandatory (without which companies will be disqualified)
(i) Evidence of legal and professional status of the firm
(ii) Memorandum and Article of Association of the firm.
(iii) Current tax clearance certificate (evidence of payment of tax for the last three (3) years as and when due; and such evidence should reflect the value of the projects undertaken by the Company in the three (3) years)
(iv) Certificate of compliance issued by the National Pension Commission as evidence of employer’s obligation to employees with respect to pensions.
(v) Evidence of payment of training contributions to Industrial Training Fund (ITF)
(vi) Evidence of registration with Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria (FRC).
(vii) Certificate of compliance issued by the Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund and evidence of payment of social security contributions.
Others
(viii) Company profile and evidence of relevant experience in similar worksName, position, phone number, and web address of firm contact’s person.
(x) The bid documents must be accompanied with a Bank Draft in favour of Central Bank of Nigeria of 2% of the bid price as bid security.
The requested information should be arranged in the order shown above.
SUBMISSION OF DOCUMENTS PROCEDURES
Interested and competent bidders are requested to collect bid documents from the Secretary, Major Contracts Tenders Committee 2nd Floor, Wing C CBN Head Office Complex, Central Business District, Abuja upon presentation of Bank Draft in favour of Central Bank of Nigeria for payment of non–refundable tender fee of N50,000.00 (Fifty Thousand Naira Only). Priced tender documents should be filled in ink and marked: “Bid for Replacement of External Mosiac Tiles with Aluco-Bond and Vitrified Wall Tiles” and for the purpose of this award, the locations to be covered are;
(A) CBN Maiduguri Branch (Ref No. CBN/ FMP2017/ 001A)
(B) CBN Katsina Branch (Ref No. CBN/FMP2017/001B)
The references of the location of interest should be boldly written on the envelope and documents addressed to:-
The Secretary,
Major Contracts Tenders Committee
2nd Floor, Wing C
CBN Head Office Complex,
Central Business District,
Abuja, FCT Nigeria.
Fax No: 09-462-38239
e-mail:- lmagbo@cbn.gov.ng
CLOSING DATE
All Bids (Technical & Commercial) must be received latest by 12.00 noon on March 16, 2017. The Central Bank of Nigeria reserves the right to reject any proposal not received by this time
IMPORTANT NOTICE
Nothing in the advert shall be construed to be a commitment on the part of the CBN.
For further information, please contact: 07002255226
Signed:
MANAGEMENT

Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)
http://www.cbn.gov.ng
INVITATION FOR THE EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) AS CONTRACTORS FOR SUPPLY OF MEDICAL EQUIPMENT, DRUGS, LABORATORY AND NURSING CONSUMABLES TO THE CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA (REF; 2016/001)

1.0 INTRODUCTION
The Medical Services Department of the Central Bank of Nigeria charged with the responsibility of providing medical care for staff of the Bank, is proposing to provide Medical Equipment, Drugs and Consumables to its Abuja, Lagos, Bauchi, Kano, Enugu and Ibadan Zonal Clinics in 2017.
Consequently, the CBN wishes to invite reputable manufacturers/accredited dealers in these specified areas to express interest to undertake the project.
2.0 PRE-QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
Interested and competent firms wishing to carry out the above job must submit the following documents with the expression of interest:
2.1 Mandatory. (Without which companies will be disqualified)
(i) Evidence of registration with Corporate Affairs Commission.
(ii) Certified true copy of Memorandum and Article of Association.
(iii) Evidence of payment of tax for the last three (3) years as at when due (such evidence should reflect the value of the projects undertaken by the Company in the last three (3) years).
(iv) Certificate of Compliance issued by the National Pension Commission as evidence of fulfilling employer’s obligation to employees with respect to pensions.
(v) Evidence of payment of training contributions to ITF (Industrial Training Fund).
(vi) Proof of being manufacturer of the products;
(vii) OR Proof of accreditation for the marketing of the product in case of Pharmaceuticals, laboratory. Nursing consumable’s and medical equipment importer/sole agent.
(viii) Current annual Certificate of Registration and retention of your premises used for your practice.
(ix) Current annual license to practice as Pharmaceutical chemists, or Laboratory Scientist of the company.
Others
(x) Comprehensive company profile.
(xi) Evidence of previous business transaction with Government establishment
(xii) Current Company’s audited statement of accounts for the past 3 years, and duly stamped by a registered Auditor.
(xiii) Company’s registered address, functional contact email address, GSM phone number(s) and facsimile number(s).
3.0 SUBMISSION OF DOCUMENTS
Application for Expression of Interest, accompanied by the above listed documents should be forwarded in wax sealed envelope boldly marked at the top left corner: -“Expression of Interest for the Supply of Medical equipment, drugs and laboratory consumables to the
And addressed to:-……..
The Secretary,
Major Contracts Tenders Committee Abuja, FCT Nigeria.
Tel No: 09-462-37215
e-mail:- mctc@cbn.gov.ng
4.0 CLOSING DATE
All submissions must be received at the above Office not later than 16th MARCH, 2017.
5.0 OPENING DATE
All submissions will be opened on March 16, 2017 at the 2nd Floor Wing D, Procurement and Support Services Department (PSSD), Central Bank of Nigeria, Abuja.
IMPORTANT NOTICE
(a) This is not an invitation to tender. Full tendering procedure will be applied to contractors pre-qualified and found capable of executing the project
(b) Only Successful Contractors will be contacted for the tender process.
(c) Nothing in the advert shall be construed to be a commitment on the part of the CBN.
For further information, please contact: 07002255226

Signed:
Management

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