WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO)
LONG TERM AGREEMENTS
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR GENDER ANALYSIS STUDY
WHO Nigeria is seeking the services of an organization(s) to enter into a contractual agreement with for gender analysis study.
The successful bidder(s) will be responsible for conducting gender analysis study for the EPI programme
Completed RFP forms are available at the UNGM website with the following links: RFP Gender Analysis Study
https://www.ungm.org/ click on ‘business opportunities’ or https://www.ungm.org/Public/Notice/55578
Proposals are to be submitted as indicated in the bid documents.
Deadline for submission is 1st May, 2017.
Other instructions are stated in the bid documents.
NATIONAL HOSPITAL, ABUJA
(PROCUREMENT AND TENDERS DIVISION)
ADDENDUM – RE: INVITATION FOR SUBMISSION OF TECHNICAL BIDS FOR 2017 ROUTINE PROCUREMENT
The National Hospital, Abuja had earlier advertised for technical bids for 2017 routine procurements in Daily Trust, The Guardian Newspapers of Wednesday, March 1st 2017 and the Federal Tenders Journal of Monday, March 6th – Sunday, March 19th 2017, respectively.
Bidders that are interested in Scope 4 – Medical Equipment and Devices are in addition to other requirements to submit Letter of Authorization from the Original Equipment Manufacturer.
This addendum is to ensure that all equipment to be procured are as indicated in the Approved Policy for Procurement of Health and Medical Equipment/List of Manufacturers and Equipment.
Note that all previous requirements and instructions still apply.
All necessary bidding documents must be submitted on or before 18th April, 2017 at 12Noon, after which the Bids Documents will be opened immediately.
We regret any inconvenience this omission might have caused you.
THE ADVERT REFERRED TO ABOVE IS SHOWN BELOW:
NATIONAL HOSPITAL, ABUJA
(Office of the Head of Procurement)
27th February, 2017
INVITATION FOR SUBMISSION OF TECHNICAL BIDS FOR 2017 ROUTINE PROCUREMENTS
In compliance with Section 25(2)(II) of Public Procurement Act 2007, the National Hospital, Abuja hereby invites interested, competent and reputable general contractors/suppliers, original equipment manufacturers and their authorized agents, pharmaceutical companies and their agents with relevant experience to submit their technical bids for Routine Procurements for 2017 operations, under the National Competition Bidding Category.
(i) Evidence of registration with Corporate Affairs Commission by inclusion of Certificate of Incorporation.
(ii) Evidence of current Tax Clearance Certificate for the last three (3) years (2014, 2015 and 2016).
(iii) Evidence of compliance with the Pension Reforms Act, 2004 by inclusion of Pension Clearance Certificate.
(iv) Evidence of compliance with the Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Amendment Act 2011 by inclusion of ITF Compliance Certificate.
(v) Evidence of registration on the Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP) Database of Contractors, Consultants and Service Provider by inclusion of Interim Registration Report (IRR).
(vi) Detailed company Profile to include Memorandum and Article of Association.
(vii) Evidence of experience in similar jobs including Letters of Awards and Completion Certificates.
(viii) Current License/Certificate and registration with relevant professional bodies and regulators (in the case of pharmaceutical companies).
(ix) Current Sworn Affidavit that:
(a) The Company is not in receivership, insolvent or bankrupt
(b) None of the Directors of the company has been convicted in any Court for any criminal offence including fraud and financial impropriety
(c) No Officer of National Hospital Abuja or the Bureau of Public Procurement is a former or present Director, Shareholder or has any pecuniary interest in the Company
(a) SCOPE 1 – General goods, Supplies and Services.
(b) SCOPE 2 – General Hospital Consumables.
(c) SCOPE 3 – Drugs and related Pharmaceutical products.
(d) SCOPE 4 – Medical Equipment and devices.
(e) SCOPE 5 – Routine Works.
(1) Bidders can only bid for procurement in any one of the Scopes listed.
The scope of works and supplies stated above do not constitute conclusive description of the items. Bidders whose bids fulfil the minimum eligibility requirements will be invited to collect relevant Technical specifications for financial bids and considered in subsequent Routine Procurements
3.0 SUBMISSION OF BIDS
The Bid Documents should be enveloped and sealed, stating the company name and the Lot number on the reverse side of the envelope and addressed to:
The Chief Medical Director
Plot 132 Central District (Phase II)
P.M.B. 425 Garki
All submissions should be inserted in the Tenders Box at the office of the Head of Procurement: Block D/Stores, Room D014 (Procurement Department) National Hospital Abuja
4.0. CLOSING/OPENING OF TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS
All bidding documents must be submitted on or before 12 noon on Tuesday, 4th April, 2017, while the opening of bids takes place immediately after closing time.
Any bid submitted after the closing time stands rejected.
Venue for Opening of bids shall be: Hospital Auditorium, Trauma Centre, National Hospital, Abuja.
5.0 OTHER INFORMATION
Only suppliers whose bids fulfil the minimum eligibility requirements will be invited to collect relevant Technical specifications for financial bids and considered in subsequent Routine Procurements.
This advertisement is published for information and invitation only. The entity will not be responsible for any cost or expenses incurred by any interested party/parties in connection with any response to this invitation and or other preparation or submission of the bids.
Head of Procurement
for: Chief Medical Director
UNIVERSITY OF PORT HARCOURT
INVITATION TO TENDER
WORLD BANK AFRICA CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE FOR OIL FIELD CHEMICAL RESEARCH (ACE-CEFOR)
COMPLETION OF OFFICE BLOCK FOR INSTITUTE OF PETROLEUM STUDIES (IPS)
The World Bank through the World Bank Africa Centre of Excellence for Oil Field Chemical Research, University of Port Harcourt intends to sponsor the completion of the abandoned block of offices located within the premises of the Institute of Petroleum Studies (IPS), off East-West Road, Choba, Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
The uncompleted one (1) storey building has outstanding components which include but not limited to the Roof, Doors and Windows, anti-Burglar grilles, finishes, Mechanical and Electrical installations, Painting and Decoration, and External works.
The University of Port Harcourt on behalf of the World Bank Africa Centre of Excellence for Oilfield Chemical Research (ACE-CEFOR) hereby invites interested and competent Contractors to tender for the project listed below as follows;- LOT DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT Completion of Office Block
Interested and competent Contractors should submit the following qualification documents along with their financial bids:
(a) Evidence of incorporation/registration of Company with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC); including copies of Memorandum and Articles of Association, Forms C02 and C07.
(b) Evidence of current Tax Clearance Certificate for the last three (3) years ending December 2016.
(c) Evidence of VAT Registration with TIN No. and up-to-date remittance(s).
(d) Company’s Audited Accounts for the last three (3) years (2014-2016).
(e) Current PENCOM Certificate of Compliance by the National Pension Commission in line with the Pension Reform Act, 2014 (as amended).
(f) Evidence of compliance with the Employees Compensation Act which requires that all Employers of labour must remit 1% of the total annual emolument of their workers to the Nigerian Social Insurance Trust Fund (NS1TF):
(g) Evidence of current Certificate of Compliance by the Industrial Training Fund (ITF) in line with the amended Industrial Training Fund Act, 2011.
(h) Evidence of registration on the National Database of Contractors, Consultants and Service Providers with the Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP).
(i) Comprehensive Company profile containing the CYs of key Managerial and Technical personnel.
(j) Verifiable evidences of past and/or present job experiences in similar project of interest in the past 5 years with attached copies of letters of award and certificates of completion and/or Interim Payment Certificates (IPCs).
(k) Bank reference from a reputable Bank as verifiable evidence of financial capability to undertake the Contract if engaged.
(l) A sworn affidavit that:-
(i) The Company is not bankrupt, in receivership or under liquidation or involved in any litigation which can potentially affect the company’s ability to effectively discharge her responsibilities, if engaged;
(ii) The claims made and information provided by your Company in this submission are true and correct in all ramifications;
(iii) No member of staff of the University of Port Harcourt has pecuniary interest in the Company;
(iv) No Director of the Company (past or present) has ever been convicted for criminal offenses relating to fraud or financial impropriety in any Court of law.
(m) A letter of authority empowering the University of Port Harcourt to verify any claims contained in the submitted documents.
COLLECTION OF TENDER DOCUMENTS
Tender Documents are to be collected from the Department of Physical Planning & Development, University of Port Harcourt upon presentation of evidence of payment of a non-refundable tender fee of N20.000.00 (Twenty Thousand Naira) only.
Only qualified Contractors that are eligible at the time of this publication (going by the eligibility criteria listed above) will have their financial bids opened.
SUBMISSION OF TENDERS
Two copies each of the Tender Documents – “Technical” and “Financial” are to be submitted in separate and sealed envelopes and marked “TECHNICAL” and “FINANCIAL” respectively. Both sealed envelopes should be put in an A3 sized envelope and marked “TECHNICAL/FINANCIAL BIDS FOR THE COMPLETION OF OFFICE BLOCK FOR THE INSTITUTE OF PETROLEUM STUDIES (IPS)” which should then be addressed and submitted on or before 10.00 a.m., on Tuesday, 16th May, 2017 to;
UNIVERSITY OF PORT HARCOURT
OPENING OF TENERS
(a) Tender Documents will be opened on the closing date Tuesday. 16th May, 2017 at 12.00 noon in the Senate Chambers.
(b) Civil Society Groups, Non-Governmental Organizations, Professional bodies. Bidders or their representatives and interested members of the Public are hereby invited to witness the bids opening exercise.
(a) Any bid received after the deadline for the submission of bids stated above shall not be opened but shall be returned to the Contractor that submitted it Such bid shall automatically be disqualified.
(b) Bidders should endeavour to follow the order of Instructions in their submission
(c) The University is neither committed nor obliged to award any contract to any bidder or to accept the lowest tender that is not responsive.
(d) The University is not responsible for cost incurred by any bidder in the preparation and submission of documents in connection with this advert.
DORCAS D. OTTO (MRS.)
101, YAKUBU GOWON CRESCENT,
P.M.B.401, ABUJA, NIGERIA.
COMMISSION DE LA CEDEAO
TEL: (234 – 9)314-74 27 -9
FAX: (234-9)314-76 46
(234 – 9) 314-30 05
Client: ECOWAS Commission
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI)-RECRUITMENT OF A FIRM TO CARRY OUT THE STUDY ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF A REGIONAL FRAMEWORK FOR THE HARMONISATION OF FUEL GRADE AND VEHICLE EMISSION STANDARDS IN THE ECOWAS REGION
The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) represented by the ECOWAS Commission intends to recruit a firm to carry out the study on the development of a regional framework for the harmonisation of fuel grade and vehicle emission standards in the ECOWAS region.
(2) The main objective of the study is to formulate a regional framework defining the specifications on fuel quality and the vehicles emission limits in the ECOWAS region and the implementation modalities.
Specifically, the study is aimed at
• Drawing up an appraisal of the downstream oil sector and the characteristics of the vehicle fleet in the ECOWAS region and their evolution perspectives for the short and medium term;
• Identifying and evaluating the current specifications of fuel and emission standards for vehicles in the fifteen (15) ECOWAS Member States in line with AFRI specifications set up by the African Refiners Association (ARA) and international best practices;
• Conducting a comparative cost/benefit analysis relating to the adoption of AFRI specifications in the ECOWAS region;
• Proposing vehicle emission limits for application in the region:
• Preparing a harmonised regional framework that takes due account of regional concerns, and proposing an action plan and implementation strategies;
• Developing two draft regional directives on
(i) Petroleum products specifications (gasoline and diesel) and on
(ii) Vehicle emission limits
(3) The services of the Consultant firm are structured into several types of activities at various levels, including to:
• Collect and analyse data from the downstream oil sector particularly the refinery and fuel supply system in the region as well as supply sources, flow of supply and the petroleum products demand and identify the major challenges. The consultant may collect data from ECOWAS Member States or regional organisations such as United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), African Development Bank (AfDB), World Bank, African Refiners Association (ARA), African Petroleum Producers’ Association (APPA) etc.;
• Collect and analyse data on the evolution of vehicle fleet in the region and identify its impact on air quality;
• Establish in the fifteen (15) ECOWAS Member States the baseline of specifications on fuel grade, particularly diesel and gasoline as well as vehicle emission standards. These specifications may be compared and analysed using international best practices;
• Review and harmonise, if necessary, AFRI standards set up by ARA and propose vehicle emission limits suitable for the regional environment which meets international best practices;
• Briefly evaluate the cost benefits of the implementation of the AFRI specifications and emission limits proposed in ECOWAS Member States;
• Propose measures and actions to support existing refineries and Member States in the implementation of new specifications and their financial impacts;
• Develop a harmonised framework which will be presented to ECOWAS Member States. This framework shall indicate a target horizon, and an action plan and implementation strategies;
• Prepare regional directives on harmonized petroleum products specifications and vehicle emission standards in the ECOWAS region.
(4) The study shall be conducted by a Consultancy firm that shall have two experts with the following profiles:
• A Head of team (1), specialist in hydrocarbons process with a minimum level of Engineering degree (BAC + 5) (Petroleum, Chemistry, Petrochemical or equivalent) with 15 years’ experience in refinery operations, in a refinery or international or national oil company, consulting form or government. He/she must have a sound expertise in similar study in the ECOWAS region as well as in the definition of policy and strategy in the hydrocarbon sector and particularly the downstream sector.
• Environmental Consultant (1), Must be a holder of an Engineering degree in Environmental or its equivalent (Doctorate, Masters in Natural Sciences, etc.), good knowledge of environmental, air quality, vehicle motorization, with proven experience in similar studies (minimum of 1 mission) in the ECOWAS region. The consultant must also have 10 years’ experience as an Environment officer in an international or national company, consultancy firm or government.
• They must be fluent in English or French with a good knowledge of the other language (reading, writing and speaking)
(5) The selection procedure will be based on Consultant’s Qualification and the selected Consultants firm will be invited to produce Technical and Financial Proposals which will serve as the basis for negotiation for the conclusion of the Contract Agreement.
(6) The ECOWAS Commission now invites eligible consultant firms to indicate their interest in providing these services. Interested consultant firms must provide the following information showing that they are qualified to perform the services:
• Brochure and description of the fields off competence of the firm
• List of staff and expertise of the consultants for the assignment
• The firm should have on its team, members with either one or two of the official languages of the ECOWAS Region, which are English, French or Portuguese;
• List of verifiable technical references similar to this assignment: list of previous clients and contacts for this type of assignment stating the year and the cost of the assignment;
• The Office Address (location, contact, BP, Telephone, Fax, e-mail).
(7) Interested consultant firms may obtain further information at the address below during office hours: Monday to Friday from 9.00 am GMT+1 to 5:00 pm GMT+1.
Procurement Division, Directorate of General Administration, ECOWAS Commission,
Plot 101, Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokoro District, P. M. B. 401 Abuja Nigeria or by E-mail to the following addresses: firstname.lastname@example.org , email@example.com , firstname.lastname@example.org
NB: The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to Article 87 of the ECOWAS Tender Code (“Infringements by Candidates, Bidders and Awardees”), setting forth corrupt or fraudulent practices in competing for or executing a contract. In addition, please refer to the following specific information on conflict of interest related to this assignment as per Article 17. (h) of the ECOWAS Tender Code.
(8) Expression of Interest (1 original and 3 copies) must be delivered in sealed envelopes and clearly marked “Recruitment of a Firm to Carry out the Study on the Development of a Regional Framework for the Harmonisation of Fuel Grade and Vehicle Emission Standards in the ECOWAS Region” Do not open except in the presence of the Tender Committee” to the address below latest by Thursday 4th May, 2017 at 11:00 am (GMT+1).
The ECOWAS Tender Box is located in the Office of the Commissioner for General Administration & Conference, 5th Floor ECOWAS Commission, Plot 101 Yakubu Gowon Crescent, Asokoro District, P. M. B. 401 Abuja Nigeria.
(9) Please note that electronic submissions are not accepted and will not be evaluated.
(10) This EOI is also published on the ECOWAS website http://www.ecowas.int/doing-business-in-ecowas/ecowas-procurement
Commissioner, General Administration & Conference
USAID GLOBAL HEALTH SUPPLY CHAIN PROGRAM
PROCUREMENT AND SUPPLY MANAGEMENT
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS -LONG-TERM FIXED UNIT PRICE WAREHOUSING SERVICES CONTRACTS
The Global Health Supply Chain Program – Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project is a USAID program implemented by Chemonics International Inc. in Nigeria through its affiliate SAII Associates Ltd/GTE (“Chemonics” or “GHSC-PSM”). The goal of GHSC-PSM to ensure uninterrupted supplies of health commodities in support of United States Government (USG)-funded public health initiatives around the world.
GHSC – PSM facilitates the supply of health commodities in support of USG funded public health initiatives in Nigeria by providing direct procurement and supply chain management to the President’s Emergency Plans for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), the President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI), and Population and Reproductive Health (PRH) as well as to provide systems strengthening technical assistance and improve supply chain management and commodity security in Nigeria.
Chemonics also facilities the supply of health commodities in support of public health initiatives for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (“Global Fund”), and provides warehousing and distribution services for HIV and malaria commodities.
The GHSC-PSM in Nigeria project and Global Fund/Chemomcs project are requesting proposals from technically and financially viable organizations for the provision of for turn-key warehousing services for axial warehouses for pharmaceutical grade cold chain commodities, pharmaceutical grade commodities, and ambient health commodities for HIV, tuberculosis, malaria, and family planning/reproductive health, maternal newborn and child health commodities.
SCOPE OF WORK – SUMMARY
The Offeror(s) shall be expected to submit proposals for turn-key warehousing services for axial warehouses for pharmaceutical grade cold chain commodities, pharmaceutical grade commodities, and ambient health commodities. Pharmaceutical grade cold chain facility(ies) shall be managed in Abuja, Federal Capital Territory; Jos, Pleateau State and Lagos State. Pharmaceutical grade facility(ies) shall be managed in Abuja, Federal Capital Territory; Awka, Anambra State; Calabar, Cross River State; Gombe, Gombe State, Lagos State and Sokoto, Sokoto State. Ambient facility(ies) shall be managed in Abuja, Federal Capital Territory and Lagos State
The Offeror(s) shall be expected to submit proposals for services to maintain the facilities in accordance with WHO Good Storage Practices (GSP), WHO Good Trade and Distribution Practices (GTDP), and in accordance with the World Health Organization-Technical Report Series No. TRS 957 Annex 5 of 2010 and consultation provided by GHSC-PSM on relevant quality standards. The Offeror(s) shall be responsible for the safety and security of its personnel and property, and of the commodities and property in the Offeror’s custody at the facilities. The commodities and property shall be stored as requested by the GHSC-PSM Nigeria project office until released to the transporter, consignee, or another party so designated by the project office.
Organizations interested in receiving the full details of the RFP should send the email address to which a copy of the detailed RFP shall be sent to PSMNigeriaTLPQuotes@ghsc-psm.org on or before 12noon (Nigerian time) Monday, 10th April, 2017. The detailed RFP shall not be sent to organizations who send their email addresses past the stipulated time. Deadline for submission of proposals for this RFP is 5pm (Nigerian time) Tuesday, 25th April, 2017.
LAGOS STATE GOVERNMENT
LAGOS WATER CORPORATION
SECOND NATIONAL URBAN WATER SECTOR REFORM PROJECT
CREDIT NO: CK 4086 UNI/CNG 100701L
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (EOI) OF CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR ENGINEERING SUPERVISION OF REPAIR WORKS AT ADIYAN, IJU WATERWORKS AND AKUTE INTAKES
This invitation for bids follows the procurement notice for this project that appeared in the Development Business No 673 of February 28, 2006 on-line and in DG Market.
The Lagos State Government of Nigeria has received financing from the international Development Association/African-French Development Agency through the Federal Government of Nigeria toward the cost of the Second National Urban Water Sector Reform Project and intends to apply part of the proceeds for Consultancy Services for Engineering Supervision of Repair Works at Adiyan, Iju Waterworks and Akute Intakes.
The Service is for the engineering supervision of Repair Works at Adiyan, Iju Waterworks and Akute Intakes. It is estimated that a maximum of 6months of Consulting Services inputs will be required for the following:
(1) Project Planning & Coordination involving finalising Project Schedules, review contract documents, co-ordination of regular meeting and activities ensuring adherence to project programme.
(2) Construction supervision of Construction/repair /maintenance activities as per predetermined; inspection test plan, witness the fitness tests of the existing pumps / equipment and suggest for its refurbishment /replacement; ensure Quality Planning and Quality Assurance and approve contractor’s method statement erection procedures and work plans.
(3) Review adequacy of Contractor’s manpower and other resources for execution of site work as per approved schedules and monitor site activities for repair/maintenance works with respect to the latest approved schedules.
(4) Review and approve Quality Assurance Plan submitted by the Contractor and recommendation to ensure project quality; Witness testing of materials, concrete, welds and alignment of equipment etc; adherence to drawings and documents issued for Construction.
(5) Report the progress of work on daily/weekly basis in an approved format; Submitting monthly progress reports, which will include executive summary, areas of concern, progress – Physical and Financial, look-ahead, quality issues, safety issues and Item needing prompt attention and action by concerned Agencies.
(6) Safety Management implementation, approval and Monitoring including regular safety inspections, safety review meetings and recommendations etc.
(7) Contractor’s bill certification involving measurement of actual work done, certification of contractor’s invoices for payment, assistant in fixing rates where applicable, manage variations and extra items.
(8) Assistance in commissioning and Start-up Services involving review and approval of operation & maintenance manuals, witness commissioning/ performance tests, assist in taking over of completed facility etc.
(9) Completion of snag lists and rectification of defects during the defects liability period.
(10) Issuance of taking over final certificate and hand over the structure to the client.
(11) Ensuring that contractor prepare As-Built Drawings of the entire project in all locations in accordance with the terms of the specifications.
The Consultant will also undertake any other duty or assignment that will ensure the successful implementation of the project in line with the contract agreement, specifications, international quality and environmental best practices.
The Lagos Water Corporation now invites eligible consulting firms to indicate interest in providing supervision services as described above. Interested consultants must provide the following information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services.
(1) Brochure or complete company profile;
(2) Description of similar assignments;
(3) Experiences in similar conditions and;
(4) Availability of appropriate skills among staff etc.
Consultant may associate to enhance qualification.
Consultant or Consortium will be shortlisted in accordance with the procedure set out in the World bank’s Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultant by World bank Borrowers, May 2004, Revised October 1, 2006 and May 1, 2010.
The Expression of Interest should be submitted in hard copies, one original and four copies and not by electronic mailing. Interested firms may obtain further information at the address below during office hours between 9.00am and 3pm.
Expressions of interest must be delivered on or before Tuesday 18th April, 2017 no later than 4:00pm to the address below:
Attention: Project Coordinator,
Lagos Water Corporation,
Project Implementation Unit,
5th Floor, Room 549, Headquarters,
Water House, Ijora, Lagos
FEDERAL CAPITAL TERRITORY ADMINISTRATION
FCT TENDERS BOARD SECRETARIAT,
NO. 1 KAPITAL ROAD, AREA 11, GARKI, ABUJA-FCT
INVITATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THE TENDERING PROCESS FOR GOODS, WORKS AND NON CONSULTANCY SERVICES UNDER THE SECRETARIATS, DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES (SDA) OF FCT ADMINISTRATION
The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has provisions in the FY 2016 FCT Statutory Budget for the Procurement of Good, Works and Services under the Secretariats, Departments and Agencies (SDA) and intends to utilize part or whole of it for the funding of procurement for the provision of non-consultancy services, works and supplies. Accordingly, competent and interested Companies are hereby invited to submit Technical and Financial bids for Category I (Goods), Category II (Works) and Category III (Non-Consultancy Services). The projects and Tender Identification Number are as follows:
CATEGORY I (Goods):
FCT Emergency Management Agency
G3FEMA1: Supply of General Purpose Dry Containers
CATEGORY II (Works):
FCT Water Board
W3WB1: Provision of solar-Powered Water Supply Bore-Hole at Abaji General Hospital.
CATEGORY III (Non-Consultancy Services)
HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES SECRETARIAT (HHSS)
A PROVISION OF CLEANING SERVICES:
NC53HH1 Provision of Cleaning Services at Asokoro District Hospital
NCS3HH2 Provision of Cleaning Services at Maitama District Hospital
NCS3HH3 Provision of Cleaning Services at Wuse District Hospital
NCS3H4 Provision of Cleaning Services at Gwarimpa General Hospital
NCS3HH5 Provision of Cleaning Services at Kubwa General Hospital
NCS3HH6 Provision of Cleaning Services at Karu General Hospital
NCS3HH7 Provision of Cleaning Services at Nyanya General Hospital
NCS3HH8 Provision of Cleaning Services at Karshi General Hospital
NC53HH9 Provision of Cleaning Services at Bwari General Hospital
NCS3HH10 Provision of Cleaning Services at Kuje General Hospital
NC53HH11 Provision of Cleaning Services at Kwali General Hospital
NCS3HH12 Provision of Cleaning Services at Abaji General Hospital
NCS3HH13 Provision of Cleaning Services at Rubochi General Hospital
NCS3HH14 Provision of Cleaning Services at Zuba Cottage Hospital
NCS3HH15 Provision of Cleaning Services at FCT School of Nursing & Midwifery,
NCS3HH16 Provision of Cleaning Services at Abuja Central Medical Stores (ACMS) Jabi Abuja
B PROVISION OF SECURITY SERVICES:
NCSS3HH1 Provision of Security Services at Asokoro District Hospital
NCSS3HH2 Provision of Security Services at Maitama District Hospital
NCSS3HH3 Provision of Security Services at Wuse District Hospital
NCSS3HH4 Provision of Security Services at Gwarimpa General Hospital
NCSS3HH5 Provision of Security Services at Kubwa General Hospital
NCSS3HH6 Provision of Security Services at Karu General Hospital
NCSS3HH7 Provision of Security Services at Nyanya General Hospital
NCSS3HH8 Provision of Security Services at Karshi General Hospital
NCSS3HH9 Provision of Security Services at Bwari General Hospital
NCSS3HH10 Provision of Security Services at Kuje General Hospital
NCSS3HH11 Provision of Security Services at Kwali General Hospital
NCSS3HH12 Provision of Security Services at Abaji General Hospital
NCSS3HH13 Provision of Security Services at Rubochi General Hospital
NCSS3HH14 Provision of Security Services at Zuba Cottage Hospital
NCSS3HH15 Provision of Security Services at FCT School of Nursing & Midwifery,
DEPARTMENT OF ESTABLISHMENT AND TRAIING
Interested Firms/Companies are to submit three (3) copies of Prequalification documents (One Original & Two photocopies) in respect of the underlisted project:
NCS3DET1: Deployment of Human Resources Management Information System
(HMRIS) in the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA).
(3.00) PREQUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
(3.1) ITEMS TO BE PROVIDED FOR PROJECTS UNDER ALL CATEGORIES I, II, III (GOODS, WORKS AND NON-CONSULTANCY SERVICES)
All interested companies are to submit copies of the following documents and the originals to be made available for sighting during the Tender opening.
Eligibility Requirements (Without Which a Company/Firm shall be disqualified)
(1) Evidence of Incorporation/Registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC);
(2) Tax Clearance Certificate for the last three (3) years (2013, 2014 & 2015) expiring 31st December, 2016;
(3) Pension Compliance Certificate (expiring 31st December, 2016) as provided in section 16 subsection 6 (d) of the Public Procurement Act, 2007;
(4) Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Certificate (expiring 31st December, 2016) in compliance with ITF Act, 2011 as amended;
(5) National Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF) ECS Clearance Certificate (expiring 31st December, 2016);
(6) Evidence of Registration (Interim Registration Report) on the National Database of Contractors, Consultants and Service providers with the Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP) in line with Sections 5(h) and 6(l)(f) of Public Procurement Act(PPA), 2007;
(1) Article and Memorandum of Association;
(2) Corporate profile of firm including CVs of key personnel, registered address, functional e-mail address and GSM phone number(s);
(3) Evidence of similar jobs executed or being executed including Award letters, Certificate of Valuation or Completion and status of the projects;
(4) VAT Certificate and evidence of remittance;
(5) Evidence of up to date Annual returns with CAC;
(6) Sworn Affidavit in line with the provision of Part IV section 16, subsection 6 (c, e &f) of the Public Procurement Act, 2007;
(7) Company Audited Accounts for the last three (3) years (2013, 2014 & 2015);
(8) Current reference Letter from Bank and Bank statement of the company for the last 12 Months;
(9) Letter authorizing FCTA or its representative to crosscheck the submitted Account details of the company.
(3.2) SPECIFIC PREQUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR CATEGORY II (WORKS)
In addition to the requirement listed in item 3.1 above, Companies interested in Works must submit copies of the following documents;
(i) Evidence of relevant equipment for the Projects;
(ii) List of relevant Technical staff to be deployed for the project, proposed position and evidence of educational qualifications and professional registrations. All copies of the professional certificates of the personnel shall be endorsed by the individual professionals;
(iii) List of equipment to be deployed for the project should be available for immediate inspection. Also provide evidence whether the equipment is on lease or owned.
(3.3) SPECIFIC PREQUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR PROVISION OF SECURITY SERVICES:
Prospective bidders for the provision of security services shall submit evidence of up-to-date license by Nigeria Security & Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) to operate as a private guard company in line with the provision of the Private Guards Companies Act CAP 367 of the Federation of Nigeria 1990.
(4) COLLECTION, SUBMISSION AND OPENING OF TENDER DOCUMENTS:
(A) Interested companies are to collect Tender Documents as per the Schedule of Collection, Submission and Opening of Tender documents on Section 5.0 below upon the presentation of evidence of payment of non-refundable Tender Fee for the respective projects of interest, into either FCT Tender Revenue Account with Heritage Bank Plc, Account No. 5100253054 or Zenith Bank Plc Account No. 1015016741.
(B) The Technical and Financial bid documents should each be sealed and labeled ‘Technical and Financial bids” as appropriate separately, and the two separate envelopes be put in another envelope that should also be sealed and labeled as: “stating the project title Tender Identification Number”. The Technical and Financial documents should be submitted in three (3) copies (one original and two photocopies each) and all pages of the financial document are to be duly endorsed by authorized representative of the bidder.
The documents are to be dropped as per the Schedule of Collection, Submission and Opening of Tender documents on section 5.0 below (time and date are also indicated). The representative of the bidding companies and members of the public who choose to attend, are invited to witness the opening of the tenders on the same day immediately after the close of tender as indicated in the Schedule of Collection, Submission and Opening of Tender documents on section 5.0 below.
SCHEDULE OF COLLECTION, SUBMISSION AND OPENING OF TENDER DOCUMENTS
S/N Secretariat Department And Agency (SDAS) / category Tender Fee Deadline / Closing Time And Date For Submission Address For Collection Of Tender Documents Address for Submission of Tender Prequalification/
EOI Documents Venue of Tender/ Prequalification/ EoI Opening
FCT Emergency Management Agency
1.00 Category I (Goods) N25,000.00 Tuesday 16th May, 2017 at 11:00 am FCT Procurement Department, Room 043, Block B, FCTA Secretariat, Area 11, Abuja. FCT Procurement Department, Room 043, Block B, FCTA Secretariat, Area 11, Abuja.
FCT Archives and History Bureau, Room G9, Akinola Aguda Hall, Area 11, Abuja
FCT WATER BOARD
2.00 Category II (Works)
Tuesday 16th May, 2017 at 11:00 am
FCT Procurement Department, Room 043, Block B, FCTA Secretariat, Area 11, Abuja. FCT Procurement Department, Room 043, Block B, FCTA Secretariat, Area 11, Abuja.
FCT Archives and History Bureau, Room G9, Akinola Aguda Hall, Area 11, Abuja
Department Dp Establishment & Training
3.00 Category III (Non- Consultancy Services) No Tender Fee
Tuesday 18th April, 2017 at 11:00 am Not Applicable
FCT Procurement Department, Room- 043, Block B, FCTA Secretariat, Area 11, Abuja. FCT Archives and History Bureau, Room G9, Akinola Aguda Hall, Area 11, Abuja
Health & Human Services Secretariat (HHSS)
4.00 Category III (Non- Consultancy Services) N25,000.00 Wednesday 17th May, 2017 at 11:00 am HHSS Procurement Unit, Room 316, Block B, FCTA Secretariat Area 11 Abuja Tender Box, HHSS Procurement Unit, Room
316, Block B, FCTA Secretariat Area 11 Abuja FCT Archives and History Bureau, Room G9, Akinola Aguda Hall, Area 11, Abuja
(i) Interested members of the public especially Civil Right Organization are invited to attend the opening exercise. They are expected to adhere to the Code of Conduct for Public Procurement Observers stipulated by the Bureau of Public Procurement.
(ii) A company is not allowed to bid for more than two (2) Projects under Health & Human Services Secretariat, A company mat violates this rule shall be disqualified.
(iii) The advertisement should not be construed as a commitment on the part of the FCTA, nor shall it entitle responding companies to seek any indemnity mam the FCTA by virtue of such of such company having responded to this advertisement.
(iv) A bid security in form of Bank Guarantee from a reputable Nigerian Bank and whose value is not less than 2% of the tender sum shall be submitted for Category II (Works) with tender sum greater than N300.00Million and Category I (Goods) & Category IV (Consultancy Services) with tender sum greater than N100.00Million in the format as approved in the Standard Bidding Document.
(v) Successful companies could be requested to provide Performance Bond, Whose value shall not be less than 10% of the contract sum before signing the contract.
(vi) Please note that due diligence could be conducted.
(vii) Clarifications can be sought from FCT Procurement Department, Room 045, Stock B, FCTA Secretariat, Area 11, Abuja.