NATIONAL PRIMARY HEALTH CARE DEVELOPMENT AGENCY (NPHCDA)
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES- FIRMS SELECTION)
FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA
NIGERIA STATE HEALTH INVESTMENT PROJECT (NSHIP)
GRANT NO. 50940
ASSIGNMENT TITLE: CONSULTING SERVICES FOR CONTRACT MANAGEMENT & VERIFICATION AGENCY (CMVA) AND INDEPENDENT VERIFICATION AGENCY (IVA) FOR NIGERIA STATE HEALTH INTERVENTION PROJECT (NSHIP) – ADDITIONAL FINANCING FOR NORTH EASTERN STATES.
Reference No: NPHCDA/NSHIP/QCBS/C101
The Federal Government of Nigeria, through the National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA) has applied for financing from the World Bank supported NSHIP to be administered by the World Bank towards the cost of the Additional Financing (AF) for Nigeria State Health Investment Project NSHIP, and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services.
The NPHCDA is currently supporting the implementation of the World Bank assisted Nigeria State Health Investment Project (NSHIP). NSHIP is a results-based financing (RBF) health systems reform currently operational in three Nigerian States namely Adamawa, Nasarawa and Ondo. NSHIP has secured an Additional Financing (AF) from the World Bank with a view to expanding the Performance Based Financing (PBF) component of the project to the remaining five (5) North Eastern states of Bauchi, Borno, Gombe, Taraba and Yobe. The expansion is in line with the Presidential Initiative on revitalizing the health sector in the insurgency ravaged North East states. The project is building on its observed positive impact in the existing project states as regards the delivery of high impact maternal and child health intervention of constantly improving quality. The project also has incentive structures for health workers and a technical assistance component.
The consulting services (“the Services”) include:
Task 1: Contract Management and Verification Agency (CMVA) for AF states.
Task 2: Independent Verification Agency (IVA) for AF states.
State/LGA Borno/LGA Bauchi/LGA Gombe/LGA Taraba/LGA Yobe/LGA
CMVA 2 1 1 1 2
IVA 1 1 1
Total CMVAs required = 7
Total IVAs required = 3
Eligible consulting firms (“Consultants”) may indicate interest for one (1) or more LGA provided they have corresponding staff strength to deploy to various locations respectively.
The National Primary Health Care Development Agency now invites eligible consulting firms (“Consultants”) to indicate their interest in providing the Tasks under the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services.
The shortlisting criteria are:
• Consultant must be legal entity with capacity to do business with Government; to provide services in the area of project management, health consultancy services, procurement, monitoring and evaluation.
• The consultant must demonstrate in clear terms, understanding of the health sector in Nigeria and experience in delivery of primary health care services.
• Experience in delivery of community based programs.
• Solid track record of minimum 3years in health programs preferably in similar environs.
• Training and experience in PBF implementation in Nigeria or other African countries.
• Demonstrable experience in successfully handling assignments similar in nature, scope and size during the last three years (2014 to 2016).
• Evidence of a resident office and good understanding of the local language in the states of assignment is an added advantage.
• The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank’s Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers dated January 201l and revised in July 2014 (“Consultant Guidelines”), setting forth the World Bank’s policy on conflict of interest.
• Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture or a sub consultancy to enhance their qualifications.
• A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the QCBS method set out in the Consultant Guidelines.
Interested Consultants are invited to note that:
(i) Each Consultant can bid for only ONE IVA contract
(ii) A Consultant can bid for more than one CMVA contract but should provide proof of capacity
(iii) A consultant CANNOT bid for CMVA and IVA contracts in the same state
Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours i.e 0800 to 1600 hours.
Method of Application
Expressions of interest indicating for CMVA, IVA or both and the preferred state(s) of assignment must be delivered in a written form to the address below in person, or by courier mail on or before NOT LATER THAN 8TH MARCH, 2017.
National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA Annex),
Procurement Tender Office, Room 010.
2, Uke Street, (Near Sahad Stores) Off Ahmadu Bello Way
Area 11, Garki, Abuja
ATTENTION: NATIONAL PROJECT COORDINATOR, NIGERIA STATE HEALTH INVESTMENT PROJECT (NSHIP)
Tel: +234-8033338333, +234-8037050682, +234-8180664984
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
KEBBI STATE PUBLIC SECTOR GOVERNANCE REFORM AND DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA
SPECIFIC PROCUREMENT NOTICE
INVITATION FOR BIDS
NATIONAL COMPETITIVE BIDDING (NCB)
SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF FIRMS SOFTWARE AND RELATED HARDWARE
KEBBI STATE PUBLIC SECTOR GOVERNANCE REFORM AND DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
LOAN/CREDIT NUMBER: 4667-NG
(2) The Federal Government of Nigeria has received a credit from the International Development Association towards the cost of Implementing Public Sector Governance Reform and Development Project, Kebbi State is participating in the project and it intends to apply part of the proceeds of this credit to payments under the agreement(s) resulting from this IFB: Financial Management Information System (FMIS), IFB Number: KBSPSGR&DP/NCB/01/2017.
(3) The Kebbi State Public Sector Governance Reform and Development Project, State Project Coordinating Unit (SPCU) serves as the implementing agency for the project and now invites sealed bids from eligible Bidders for the Supply, Installation, Integration, Testing, Training and Commissioning of a Financial Management Information System (FMIS) Software, Related Hardware and Support Services.
(4) Bidding will be conducted using the National Competitive Bidding (NCB) procedures specified in the World Batik’s Guidelines: Procurement under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits, edition of January 2011 and is open to all Bidders eligible as defined in these Guidelines, that meet the following minimum qualification criteria:
(i) Either be the prime manufacturer of the proposed FMIS application software, or be formally approved and authorized by the manufacturer to supply, implement and support the software being tendered.
(ii) Be able to provide in-country support for the software and equipment being tendered.
(iii) Has been in the business of supplying and supporting the proposed software for not less than 5 years and should have an annual turnover in excess of US$ 3 million (or the currency equivalent). (A copy of the Audited Accounts showing average annual turnover of N930,000,000.00 for the last three years (2013, 2014 and 2015) will be required as evidence. In the case of a joint venture, cumulative turnover of the consortium could be considered).
(iv) Has undertaken at least one (I) successful implementation of the proposed FMIS software (i.e. signed off and accepted by the purchaser as a fully operational system), within any country(ies) for a government entity during the last 5 years. This implementation must have involved the supply, installation, training and technical support of the proposed integrated FMIS software. Bidders will be required to provide evidence of past installations/implementations. (Client’s certificate of completion will be required as evidence).
(v) Has proven accounting, financial and internal control knowledge and experience, to support the required business process design and system integration services.
(vi) Skills and competence of Key Personnel:
Number Positions Total Work/Business Experience (years) In Similar Work (Years)
1 Project Manager 10 05
2 Quality Assurance Manager 10 05
3 Data Base Administrator 10 05
4 Network Administrator 10 05
5 Application Systems Support Manager 10 05
6 Training Manager 10 05
7 Security System Administrator 10 05
(5) The attention of prospective Bidders is drawn to (i) the fact that they will be required to certify in their bids that all software is either covered by a valid license or was produced by the Bidder and (ii) that violations are considered fraud, which can result in ineligibility to be awarded World Bank-financed contracts.
(6) Interested eligible Bidders may obtain further information from Kebbi State Public Sector Governance Reform and Development Project and collect the bidding documents at the address given below between Mondays to Fridays from 10:00am. to 5:00pm. A pre-bid meeting which potential bidders may attend will be held on 2nd March, 2017 at 10:00am.
(7) A complete set of bidding documents in English may he purchased by interested Bidders, from 22nd February, 2017 upon payment of a non-refundable fee of N50,000,00 (Fifty Thousand Naira) only. Prior registration is required for submitting clarification questions on the bidding documents and receiving notice of answers and of addenda to the bidding documents. The original version of the bidding documents, and any addenda to it will be the binding one. The method of payment will be in cash or bank draft in favour of “Kebbi State Public Sector Governance Reform and Development Project”.
(8) Bids must be delivered to the address below on or before 12 noon on 27th March, 2017. Bids need to be secured by bid security. The amount of Bid Security required is 3 % of the total Bid Price. Late bids will be rejected. Bids will be opened in the presence of Bidders’ representatives, who choose to attend at the address below at 12noon on 27th March, 2017.
Kebbi State Public Sector Governance Reform And Development Project
State Project Coordinating Unit (SPCU)
No. 22, Emir Haruna Road, along KBTV, Birnin Kebbi,
Kebbi State, Nigeria
Tel: +2348033019397, +2347036200348
NIGER DELTA DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION (NDDC)
167 ABA ROAD, PORT HAROOURT
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
The Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) in furtherance of its mandate on Human Capital Development intends to embark on Skills Acquisition and Employment generation training programmes for the youths and women of the Niger Delta Region. Specifically, the Commission is requesting for proposals from reputable and competent Training / Skills Development Firms for some of the NDDC Skill Acquisition programmes.
SCOPE OF SERVICES
The Commission is requesting for detailed proposals in the following Skills Areas:
(1) Welding & Fabrication
(2) Furniture Making & Woodwork
(3) Catering & Confectionary
(4) Food Processing
(5) Home Management (Tie & Dye)
(6) Modern Printing Technology
(7) Fashion Design &Tailoring
(8) Computer Technology / Programming (middle & high levels)
(9) Entertainment Industry
(10) Solar Power Maintenance
(11) Maritime Technology
(12) Entrepreneurship Development.
Interested and qualified consultants, who wish to submit their proposals, should provide the following documents (with relevant evidence):
(1) Certificate of Registration of Company in Nigeria with the Corporate Affairs Commission together with the Memorandum and Articles of Association and form C07 showing the list of Directors and number of shares each has subscribed to;
(2) Evidence of Registration as Human Development Consultants and Service Providers with relevant agencies;
(3) Company profile showing organizational structure and resume of relevant key professional staff (including their professional and technical qualifications) that will carry out the training;
(4) Current Tax Clearance Certificate for the past three (3) years;
(5) A verifiable evidence of VAT registration;
(6) Documented evidence of financial capability of the company;
(7) Location/Address of the Head office and other offices of the company;
(8) A detailed Proposal of the Skills Area that your Company wants to handle for the Commission, showing
(a) The type of Training
(c) Strategy for delivery
(d) Evidence of similar training done
(e) The Faculty, including CVs
(f) Entrepreneurial Development Capabilities
(g) Training Facilities.
(9) Evidence of Relationship / Interface with Employers of Labour in the relevant Industry will be an advantage; and
(10) Telephone numbers, websites and e-mail of the company plus details of contact persons.
Consultants are expected to fully comply with the above requirements, as failure to do so may weaken the consultant’s case. Consultants are to also submit only genuine and verifiable documents, as Consultants’ submission of fake or fraudulently obtained documents would disqualify their proposal, and the attention of relevant security agencies invited, where necessary. All submissions would be evaluated on the basis of documents submitted and selection would be based on a series of factors including consultant’s competence and track record.
OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION
• The analysis of the proposals and selection of consultants will follow the provisions laid out in the Public Procurement Act, 2007 for this category/threshold of project;
• Only consultants that have substantially fulfilled the above stated conditions shall be given the tender documents to tender for the project;
• Consultants can seek clarification or request for additional information by writing officially to the officer listed below before the deadline for the submission of the tender document;
• Consultants are advised not to try to influence the selection process as this would lead to immediate disqualification of the consultant and they may also be barred from seeking other contract opportunities from the Commission; All cost incurred by any consultant in the preparation of these documents are to be borne entirely by the consultant; and NDDC reserves the right to reject any or all submissions or to terminate the entire selection process at any time without any liability to the Commission.
SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS
Proposals, written in English Language, should be submitted in sealed envelopes marked with the appropriate Skills Area selected on the top left corner and address to:
Directorate of Commercial & Industrial Development,
Niger Delia Development Commission,
167 Aba Road, Port Harcourt.
VALIDITY OF TENDERING
The Proposals must be submitted at the above address not later than 4pm, Monday 21st March, 2017.
THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OF NIGERIA
FEDERAL MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT
CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION AND AGRIBUSINESS SUPPORT PROGRAMME (IFAD-CASP)
PROGRAMME SUPPORT OFFICE LOAN NO.: 2000000726
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (EOI) FOR CONSULTANCY AND NON-CONSULTANCY SERVICES
The Federal Government of Nigeria has received a loan from the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) to finance the cost of Climate Change Adaptation and Agribusiness Support Programme (CASP), and intends to apply part of the proceeds of this loan towards carrying out various consultancy and non-consultancy services as follows;
(A) CONSULTANCY SERVICES
S/No. Title of Service Brief Description of Service Expected Implementation Period
1 Reconnaissance Survey and Detailed Feasibility Studies for Water Harvesting in CASP States To address soil erosion and land degradation in the wider production landscape and implement climate change resilient production systems by promoting water harvesting and sustainable land management technologies. To also come-out with site specific run-off water harvesting designs. April – September, 2017
2 Rehabilitation/Establishment of Range lands. To implement landscape rehabilitation activities in existing rangelands, management of water points, soil and water conservation works, etc. and also testing of innovative rangeland management techniques and new pasture species. April – September, 2017
3 Participatory Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment and Mapping. This activity will combine the technical areas of climate change vulnerability analysis with participatory mapping techniques at the local (community) level. To create awareness of climate change impacts and promote the use of local knowledge in addressing climate risks. The adaptive capacity of the communities will be built-up as benefits. April – September, 2017
4 Market Analysis, Enterprise Development & Management To conduct Market Opportunity Assessment; Market Analysis, Training on Farmers Business School (FBS); Preparation of Business Plans; Enterprise management and Market Information System (MIS) April, 2017
5 Financial Services Association (FSA) Promoters and Accumulating Savings and Credits Associations (ASCAs) Promoters. Identify and recruit competent Village financial Services Promoters (VFSP) and provide their capacity building needs. June-December 2017
6 Microfinance and Rural finance Expert. Provide capacity building needs of Financial Services Associations as well as the Accumulating Savings and Credits Associations. Carryout microfinance technical services. March-April, 2017
7 Development of Manuals on Nutrition-sensitive mainstreaming strategy and Gender Action Learning System (GALS). To develop manuals on nutrition-sensitive mainstreaming strategy and GALS including training on the manuals. March, 2017
8 To conduct needs assessment of the community infrastructures identified for implementation under sub component 1.3 across the seven CASP states. To carry out detailed feasibility studies, establishment of cost/benefit analysis and environmental & social impact assessment for all the infrastructures proposed by the communities. June 2017
9 Knowledge Management and Communication Audit Knowledge Attitude Practice (KAP) Study and Beneficiary Assessment for the Climate Change Adaptation and Agribusiness Support Programme April, 2017
(B) General Services
(i) Information Communication Technology Services
Provide an efficient internet service/connectivity within the office premises of the programme (CASP-PSO), Support the networking of the various platforms of the CASP using a Central Server System. Provide regular upgrade and maintenance of ICT equipment. The firm must have a minimum of three years’ experience in providing ICT support backbone to corporate organizations.
(ii) Printing and Publishing Services
Support the CASP in producing Printing Materials such as files, dossiers, fliers, manuals, magazines, banners, certificates, log/records books, store receipts, voucher etc. and branding of items. The Programme Support Office (PSO)-Climate Change Adaptation and Agribusiness Support Programme now invites eligible consultants to indicate their interest in providing these services. Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services. Consequently, the Consultant should submit along with their EOI documentary evidence to show:
• General qualifications and number of key staff;
• Description of similar assignments;
• Nature of the assignments, locations and dates; and
• Any other relevant information
Consultants may associate to enhance their qualifications.
A consultant will be selected in accordance with the procedures set out in the IFAD Procurement Guidelines. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below from 9:00am to 4:00pm. Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below on or before 8th March, 2017.
Muhammad Lawal Idah National Programme Coordinator IFAD-CASP
Olusegun Obasanjo Drive, G.R.A, Katsina, Katsina State – Nigeria.
Tel. No. 08036304143
KEBBI STATE GOVERNMENT
MINISTRY OF HEALTH
INVITATION OF TENDERS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF 12 NO. RADIO – DIAGNOSTIC BLOCKS, REMODELING OF 10 NO. RADIO – DIAGNOSTIC DEPARTMENT AND LEAD – LINING OF 22 NO. X-RAY ROOMS
The kebbi State Government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in its continuous efforts to provide meaningful and affordable Health Care Services Delivery to its teeming populace intends to carry out under listed projects in various health facilities in the state
(A) Construction of 12 No. Radio – Diagnostic Blocks in 12 General Hospitals in the state.
(B) Remodeling of 10 no Radio – Diagnostic blocks in 10 No. General hospital in the state
(C) Provision of Radiation protection shield (Lead – lining) of 22 No. General Hospital in the state.
Tenders are expected to submit comprehensive company profile to include the under listed items(s).
(1) Evidence of Registration of Business Name with Corporate Affairs Commission.
(2) Evidence of Registration with Ministerial Tenders Board.
(3) Company’s Financial Statement Audited Account
(4) Evidence of last 3 years Tax Clearance Certificate.
(5) Evidence of financial Capacity and Financial Support
(6) Evidence of qualified key technical personnel and experience in radiological services.
(7) Evidence of verified similar projects execution in the past 3 years.
(8) Vat registration and evidence of past vat remittance(s).
SUBMISSION OF PRE-QUALIFICATION DOCUMENTS
Interested bidders are to submit 3 copies of their profile as per the above. These documents should be addressed or delivered to the Secretary, MOH Ministerial Tenders Board not later than 1st March 2017
COLLECTION AND SUBMISSION OF BIDDING DOCUMENTS
Successful pre-qualified bidders will be notified and issued with bidding documents by the secretary, Ministry of Health Ministerial Tenders Board on 2nd March, 2017. All bids are to be submitted in sealed envelope with contract name marked on the top right hand corner delivered to the office of the permanent secretary (MOH) not later than 2 weeks from the date of collection of bid documents (15th March, 2017) by 10:30am.
OPENING OF BIDS
Bids opening shall be performed on 15th March 2017 by 11:00am in the office of the permanent secretary Ministry of Health. The Participating companies are expected to be in attendance. Successful bidders(s) will be expected to pay contract processing fee to Kebbi state Board of Internal Revenue Service.
The Kebbi State Government is bound to accept from any company, bid that if not up to the maximum standard also is not liable to communicate to any bidder whose proposal has been turn down.
Ministry of Health
For: Honorable Commissioner
BORNO STATE GOVERNMENT
REQUEST FOR TENDER
The Borno State Government through the Ministry of Health is procuring Diagnostic Equipment and Hospital instruments for Hospitals in the State.
The Ministry is hereby requesting Medical Equipment Manufacturers, Manufacturers representatives, Medical Equipment contractors and Suppliers with the under-listed Pre-qualification requirements to express interest in the procurement as detailed below:-
S/N LOT DESCRIPTION TENDER FEE
1 LOT 1 Supply, Installation, Training and Service for Diagnostic Equipment N100,000.00
2 LOT 2 Procurement of Hospital Instruments N100,000.00
(1) Interested Medical Equipment Manufacturers, Manufacturers representatives, Medical Equipment contractors and Suppliers are hereby requested to submit their pre-qualification documents, which shall include:
(i) Company’s registration with Corporate Affairs Commission.
(ii) Company must have current tax clearance Certificate for three years.
(iii) Company Profile.
(iv) Must be registered as a contractor with Federal Government of Nigeria or Borno State Government.
(v) Company to show evidence of list(s) of similar works executed.
(2) METHOD OF APPLICATION
(a) Interested contractor with the required pre-qualification documents are to purchased tender documents upon payments of the prescribed Tender fees of N 100,000.00 from the Secretary of the Board, Ministry of Health (HQ) Musa Usman Secretariat Maiduguri Borno State.
(b) Pre-qualification and Bid documents are to be submitted to the Secretary Ministerial Tenders Board (MTB), Ministry of Health (HQ) Musa Usman Secretariat P.M.B 1044 Maiduguri and not later than 8th March, 2017
(a) Only those with the required pre-qualification documents will purchase the Bid document
(b) Only those with the required pre-qualification documents who have purchase the Bid document will be contacted.
(c) Date for official opening of Bid Documents will be communicated to bidders who may choose to attend.
(d) Please note that, only the most evaluated responsive bidders(s) shall be considered and contacted.
AJAH ZANNA YERIMA
Res. & Statistics Ministry of Health & Human Services
Maiduguri, Borno State
MINISTRY OF MINES AND STEEL DEVELOPMENT
2, LUANDA CRESCENT, WUSE II, ABUJA, NIGERIA
MINERAL EXPLORATION PROJECTS UNDER THE NATIONAL RESOURCES FUND
(I) INVITATION FOR PRE-QUALIFICATION TO TENDER FOR TARGETTED/INTEGRATED MINERAL EXPLORATION PROJECTS &
(II) EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES
The Mining sector is key to the diversification agenda of the Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN). The Federal Executive Council (FEC) recently approved an intervention fund under the Natural Resources Fund to facilitate activities that will lead to significant improvement in investment in the mining sector. However, one of the challenges retarding the process is the inadequate level of investment grade geoscience data and information.
The Road Map, approved by the FGN, has clearly indicated targeted exploration programme as one of the major thrusts aimed at significantly de-risking the sector. The strategic commodities of interest listed below will be the main focus:
(I) CATEGORY 1: WORKS – PRE-QUALIFICATION
Pre-qualification tenders are invited from reputable Exploration Companies to carry out exploration activities over identified metallogenic belts in Nigeria i.e the schist belt, Benue Trough, Younger Granite Complex, the pegmatite belt etc. Companies interested in conducting such large scale exploration exercise, in close collaboration with the Nigerian Geological Survey Agency are invited to submit pre-qualification tender for the following projects: –
LOTA1– (i) Gold, Pb-Cu-Au-Ag (vein type)
(ii) Platinum Group Metals, Ni-Cr-Co
LOTA2- (i) Rare metals
(ii) Cassiterite (Sn), Tantalite(Ta), Niobium(Nb), Lithium(Li)
LOT A3 – Base metalsPb-Cu-Zn
LOT A4 – Industrial Minerals (Limestone, Barites, Kaolin)
LOT A5 – Iron Ore
LOT A6 – Bitumen
LOTA7 – Coal
Scope of Activities
(1) Review of existing geodata already acquired and relevance to scope of work
(2) Spectral geology: (image processing, Interpretation, Analysis of alteration, Identification of structures, mineral targeting including hyper-spectral and ASTER
(3) Geophysics: processing and interpretation of existing airborne data, acquisition and interpretation of Electromagnetic (HEM) data, Airborne Spectrometric data etc
(4) Geology: (lithology and structural mapping of identified targets on appropriate scale fit for purpose)
(5) Geochemistry: (High density sampling of soil, water and stream sediments as well as sampling of rock where possible)
(6) Drilling and core logging
(7) Analytical laboratory results
(8) Spatial and Quantitative mineral resources assessment using models derived from above in addition to information on grade and tonnage with 3D models
(9) Integrated exploration data with defined targets and permissive tracks of undiscovered mineralization
(10) Capacity building programme of Ministry of Mines and Steel Development/NGSA staff involved in the projects
Companies will be expected to submit periodic reports in compliance with specified timelines.
The output of the studies is expected to be delivered using internationally acceptable Standards e.g JORC. Also, evidence of previous work that has led to the establishment of an economically viable mine would be an added advantage. Additionally, interested companies must have recognized Competent Person(s) for the minerals listed.
(II) CATEGORY 2: CONSULTANCY SERVICES
Consultants with cognate experience to supervise the above listed projects are hereby invited to submit Expression of Interest (EOI), Interested companies/individual consultants must have internationally recognized Competent Person(s) for the minerals listed.
Submission should be per LOT as follows:-
LOT C1 (i) Gold, Pb-Cu-Au-Ag (vein type)
(ii) Platinum Group Metals, Ni-Cr-Co
LOT C2 (i) Rare metals
(ii) Cassiterite(Sn), Tantalite(Ta), Niobium(Nb), Lithium(Li)
LOT C3 Base metals Pb-Cu-Zn
LOT C4 Industrial Minerals (Limestone, Barites, Kaolin)
LOTC5 Iron Ore
Terms of Reference (TOR)
Consultants are expected to:-
• Ascertain that the projects comply with international best practices
• Supervise the usage of standardized methodological techniques in the project execution phases
• Ensure proper recording and documentation of field data and reports respectively
• Ensure that standardized reporting format are adopted in line with global best practices
• Ensure that local expertise (NGSA) are incorporated in the execution and supervision of projects
• Ensure that specified timeline are met
Interested companies are required to submit the following information:
(1) Company profile with a copy of Certificate of Incorporation, where registered in Nigeria
(2) Current Tax Clearance Certificate for the last three (3) years and Audited accounts for the last three (3) years
(3) Current Pension Compliance Certificate from National Pension Commission (PENCOM)
(4) Evidence of Compliance Certificate with the Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Amendment Act
(5) Company’s registration with relevant professional bodies
(6) Capacity profile of the company and specifications of technical equipment owned
(7) Curriculum Vitae of key staff who will be assigned for the conduct of the required services including qualification, individual experience in handling assignment and attestation if available
(8) Evidence of experience in at least five (5) jobs of similar nature and complexity executed within the last ten (10) years with verifiable letters of contract award and certificates of job completion and details of on-going services on similar projects
(9) Evidence of registration in the National Database of Federal Contractors, Consultants, and Service providers of the Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP) in respect of Interim Registration Report
(10) Compliance with Legal and Statutory requirements under the relevant national laws and regulations
SUBMISSION & OPENING BIDS OF PRE-QUALIFICATION TENDER/EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
Interested and competent Companies and Consultants should submit their project proposals in one (1) soft and two (2) hard copies in a sealed envelope clearly marked at the back “Pre-qualification Tender/Expression of Interest for the targeted/integrated mineral exploration projects under the Natural Resources Funds” -LOT (WORKS) or LOT (CONSULTANCY) on or before 12noon on Tuesday, 21st March, 2017, addressed to the Permanent Secretary and delivered to the office of the Director (Procurement), Block A, 2nd Floor, Room 207 of the Ministry on or before 12noon on Tuesday 21st March, 2017. Opening of bids will take place immediately after the close of submission at 1:00pm on Tuesday 21st March, 2017 in the Honourable Minister’s Conference Room Block B, 1st floor of the Ministry
All enquiries in respect of the above should be channeled to the CONTACT below.
The Permanent Secretary,
ATTENTION: Director (Procurement)
Ministry of Mines and Steel Development
2, Luanda Crescent, off Ademola Adetokunbo Crescent, Wuse II, Abuja, Nigeria E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that only shortlisted Companies/Consultants will be invited to tender
UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS
INVITATION FOR TENDERS
The University of Lagos a Federal Tertiary Institution established by the University of Lagos Act, 1967 (as amended) CAP U9 Laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 2004 and having its main campus at Akoka, Yaba, Lagos, Nigeria is desirous of embarking on the under-listed projects and hereby invites interested and reputable bidders to indicate interest in the tender exercise for projects as described hereunder:
S/N Project Contract No. Scope Source of Fund Non-refundable Pre-qualification
1 Lot 1- External Redecoration of Mariere Hall of Residence UL/IGR/17/PU/01 Painting of External Walls including external fixtures with wooden and metal surfaces IGR N10,000.00
2 LOT 2 – Procurement of Pharmaceutical Products for the Medical Centre UL/TSHIP/17/PU/02 Supply of drugs such as Anti – inflammatory/ Analgesic/Antipyretics, Haematinics/Vitamins, Anti-Infectives, Antisecrectory drugs/Muscosal protectants, Anticonvulsants, Anti-Malarials, Antituberculosis, Anti-Psychotics and Surgicals/Disposables/ Miscellaneous TSHIP N20,000.00
(a) Evidence of Certificate of Incorporation with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), Memorandum and Article of Association of the company along with Particulars of Directors (Form C07) and up to date Annual Returns with CAC.
(b) A Sworn Affidavit certifying as follows:
The company is not in receivership, insolvency or bankruptcy.
The company does not have any director who has been convicted by any court in Nigeria and any other country for criminal offences in relation to fraud or financial impropriety.
That no officer of the University of Lagos or BPP is a former or present director or shareholder of the company.
That all information presented in the documents are true and correct in all particulars
(c) Company Audited Accounts for the last three (3) years (2014, 2015 and 2016) duly signed and stamped by a professional accounting /audit firm and signed by the Client
(d) Evidence of Tax Clearance Certificate for the last three (3) years (2014, 2015 and 2016).
(e) Pension Clearance Certificate valid for 2017 issued by the National Pension Commission (PENCOM).
(f) Industrial Training Fund (I.T.F.) Certificate valid for 2017 in compliance with Section 6 of the Industrial Training Fund Amendment Act, 2011.
(g) List of key personnel stating their role, designation qualification and years of experience. (copies of certificates are to be attached).
(h) Company’s Health Safety and Environment policy.
(i) Satisfactory bank reference from a reputable bank stating the Company’s credit worthiness and ability to be granted financial support for the project execution if the need arises.
(J) Evidence of registration on the National data base of Contractors, Consultants and Service Providers by inclusion of Interim Registration Report valid for2016 issued by the Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP).
(k) Evidence of payment of non-refundable pre-qualification fee at the Cash Office of University of Lagos with a certified bank cheque.
Other requirements for each of the projects are listed as follows:
In respect of LOT 1-
(a) Bidders shall have an average annual turnover of not less than Twenty One Million Naira (N21,000,000.00).
(b) Evidence of work experience as the main contractor executing or having executed a minimum of two (2) rehabilitation projects on a minimum of 2-storey building in the last three (3) years. Copy of award letters, last interim certificate of valuation for ongoing projects, completion certificate and final maintenance certificates where applicable are to be enclosed.
(c) The minimum requirements for the technical/professional staff are:
(i) One (1) CORBON registered Builder (with current practicing licence) or One (1) ARCON registered Architect (with current practicing licence)
(ii) One (1) QSR8N registered Quantity Surveyor (with current practicing licence).
IN RESPECT OF LOT 2-
(a) Evidence of work experience as the main contractor executing or having executed a minimum of Three (3) contracts for the procurement of similar pharmaceutical products with each having a contract sum not less than N25.000.000. Copy of award letters, last interim certificate of valuation for ongoing projects and completion certificates are to be enclosed.
(b) The Superintendent Pharmacist must provide the current year’s licence to practice (2017)
(c) Bidders must provide the certificate of registration of premises with the Pharmacist Council of Nigeria.
(d) All products being quoted for must be duly registered with NAFDAC
(e) All products must have expiration dates not less than 18months from September 2017 or the date of supply if earlier than September 2017
(f) There must be at least one Pharmacist on the Board of Directors of the company quoting for the supply as evidenced on the Particulars of Directors (Form C07).
COLLECTION OF TENDER DOCUMENTS
Tender documents shall be made available to interested bidders on presentation of the receipt issued at UNILAG Cash Office in respect of the Tender from the office of:
The Ag. Head, Procurement Unit
8th Floor, Senate House,
University of Lagos, Akoka, Yaba, Lagos.
SUBMISSION OF TENDER DOCUMENTS
(a) The Tender documents should be arranged in the order listed above and three (3) sets should be submitted, an original and two (2) copy version in A4 sited paper, spiral bound, numbered serially and duly signed by your Company authorized signatories.
(b) The three (3) sets of the under-listed Tender documents should be packaged in separate envelopes, clearly labeled with the bidder’s name and the name of the project boldly marked on all envelopes as;
PRE-QUALIFICATION DOCUMENTS FOR (Title of Project)
FINANCIAL DOCUMENTS FOR (Title of Project)
The Prequalification document envelope (containing the technical bid) for each project shall be boldly marked with the name of the bidder, project name and contract number and the Standard bidding document envelope (containing the Financial bid) for each project shall be boldly marked with the name of the bidder, project name and contract number. The two envelopes shall be enclosed and sealed in a third envelope and boldly marked with the name of the bidder, project name and contract number, to be submitted not later than 11 a.m. on Wednesday 29th March, 2017 to:
5th Floor, Council Affairs Office
University of Lagos,
Atoka, Yaba, Lagos.
The Prequalification documents shall be opened immediately following the deadline for the submission of bids at the University Council Chamber in the presence of all bidders and interested members of the public.
(a) Failure to comply with the above requirements shall automatically result in the disqualification of a bidder.
(b) The University Management reserves the right to verify the authenticity of any claim made in the Tender documents submitted by bidders.
(c) The University Management reserves the right to annul the selection process at any time without incurring any liabilities and attributing any reason thereof.
(d) The University shall not be responsible for any cost incurred by the bidders in connection with response to this advertisement.
(e) Participation in this process and any related process neither creates any commitment nor establishes any legal relationship with the University of Lagos. It is merely a precondition for further consideration of the Tender.
Dr. (Mrs.) Taiwo F. Ipaye, FNIM
Registrar & Secretary of Council
World Health Organization
Long Term Agreements
Type of notice: Request for proposal
Registration level: None
Title: Printing of Immunization Data Tools & Payment Cards
UN organization: World Health Organization
Deadline: 04-Mar-2017 17:00
Time zone: (GMT 1.00) Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid, Paris
Description: Printing of Immunization Data Tools & Payment Cards
WHO Nigeria is seeking the services of an organization(s) to enter into long term agreement (LTA) with for the printing and distribution of data tools and payment cards.
The successful bidder(s) will be responsible for the printing of payment cards and data tools throughout the rest of the year 2017.
Completed RFP forms are available at the UNGM website with the following links: https://www.ungm.org/ click on ‘business opportunities’
Proposals are to be submitted as indicated in the bid documents. Deadline for submission is 4th March 2017.
Other instructions are stated in the bid documents.