procurement adverts

PLAN INTERNATIONAL NIGERIA
REQUEST FOR QUOTATION

Plan International is an independent global child rights organisation committed to supporting vulnerable and marginalised children and their communities to be free from poverty. By actively connecting committed people with powerful ideas, we work together to make positive, deep-rooted and lasting changes in children and young people’s lives. For 80 years, we have supported girls and boys and their communities around the world to gain the skills, knowledge and confidence they need to claim their rights, free themselves from poverty and live positive fulfilling lives.
Plan International officially started operations in Nigeria in 2014.
We are implementing the Global Affairs Canada funded Strengthening Health Outcome of Women and Children (SHOW) project in Sokoto state and Bauchi Opportunities for Responsive Neonatal and maternal health (BORN) in Bauchi state with support from Plan International Canada. The projects seeks to contribute to the reduction of maternal and child mortality in targeted regions among marginalized and vulnerable women, especially adolescent girls and their children.
As part of the process for ensuring the realization of the intermediate outcomes, we invite qualified and competent vendor/service providers to submit quotes for the printing of Plan International’s Behaviour Change Communication materials aimed at stimulating a positive behavior change of individuals, communities and institutions towards improved MNCH/ASRH outcomes.
The successful service provider shall print the following Information Educational and Communication (IEC) materials for Plan International. SHOW Project:
S/N ITEM NO IN ENGLISH NO IN HAUSA NO IN AJAMI SPECIFICATION (PAPER SIZES/QUALITY) TOTAL
1 Posters 6,000 17.000 4.000 A1 170grams
Laminated 26.000
2 Fliers 1,500 1,500 A5
170grams
Laminated 3,000“
3 Job aids 4.000 A1
170grams
Laminated 4.000
4 Leaflets 1,500 1,500 A1 170grams
Laminated 3.000
Total 36,000

BORNO PROJECT
S/N ITEM NO IN ENGLISH NO IN HAUSA SPECIFICATION (PAPER SIZES/QUALITY) TOTAL
1 Posters 22,000 33,0000 A1
170grams Laminated 55,000
2 Fliers 340,000 510,000 A5 170grams Laminated 850,000
3 Job aids 5000 A1 170grams Laminated 5,000
Total 910,000

REQUIRED EXPERTISE
• Evidence of registration with CAC
• Evidence of payment of tax returns in last three years
• Evidence of experience of carrying out similar jobs
APPLICATION
Before applying, interested persons/service providers should collect a sample of the draft IEC materials from any of the Plan International Nigeria offices listed below. All bid submissions can be made at any of same offices.
No 46A, Mike Akhigbe Way, Jabi, Abuja
Block 13, Shehu Kangiwa Secretariat, 3rd Floor, Sokoto State
No 26, Sam Njoma Street, New GRA, Bauchi, Bauchi State
All bids should include samples of past IEC materials printed, technical and financial bid and should not be submitted later than 20th APRIL, 2017.

NIGERIAN AGIP OIL COMPANY LIMITED
OPERATOR OF NNPC/NAOC/OOL JOINT VENTURE
RC 2974
ADVERT FOR TENDER OPPORTUNITY: HIRE OF 2000HP 10000PSI LAND DRILLING RIG FOR NAOC JV OPERATIONS
NIPEX TENDER NO:1000001812

(1.0) INTRODUCTION
Nigerian Agip Oil Company Limited (NAOC), on behalf of NNPC/NAOC/OANDO Joint Venture, intends to hire 2000HP 10000PSI Well Control Equipment for the drilling and completion HP/HT on NAOC Land wells anticipated starting date from 4th Quarter, 2017 for TWO (2) years firm period plus one year optional extension.
NAOC therefore uses this medium to inform suitable and reputable Companies having requisite experience and resources for the execution of project of this magnitude to register or update their registration with NipeX for consideration in the subject opportunity
(2.0) SCOPE OF WORK/SERVICE REQUIREMENT
The scope of work shall include drilling, completion, testing and work over of development, exploration, and appraisal wells, together with the provision of operational support services.
This Service shall be performed on NAOC land concessions in NIGERIA on 24 hours/day, 7-days/week basis. In addition to the above, the Service schedule shall also include the following:
• Mobilization of drilling rig from point of origin. Amphibious move could be required.
• Drilling, completion, testing, working over and suspending or abandoning wells.
• Rig moves between locations. Amphibious move could be required.
• Demobilization of drilling rig from last drilling/work over location.
• The requested Rig shall be fully capable of working in Nigeria Land Operational Conditions, with minimum negative impact on the environment and strict compliance to health and safety of all concerned, in the activities.
The Rig shall have as a mandatory the under listed basic rig capability/ equipment to qualify for consideration:
(a) Rig shall be mobilized on first location in 4th Quarter 2017
(b) Rig Hoisting capacity: Minimum required 500 Ton.
(c) Drilling Capacity: Minimum required -6000 meters with 51/2′ DP.
(d) Rig shall be equipped for skidding between wells in same location
(e) Minimum skidding distance required – 30 meters.
(f) Rig to be capable of skidding with drill string already racked on the deck.
(g) Cellar Deck should have enough clearance and height to skid across completed wellheads
(h) Drawwork: Required minimum 2,000 HP drawwork.
(i) Rotary Table: 37½” x 600 tons (minimum).
(j) Top drive system: Required minimum capacity- 500 Ton/ W.P. 7500 psi/38000 lb/ft Output power.
(k) Minimum required Power capacity: 6500 HP.
(l) Mud Pumps: Required three (3) mud pumps of 1,600 HP each.
(m) Mud system storage: Minimum Required (Active- Reserve) 400 m3.
(n) Rig shall have capability/equipment to handle oil base mud according to NIGERIAN and International environmental laws. Required Zero Discharge
system and all pumps, lines valves seal elements oil resistant.
(o) Cementing Line and Manifold requirement:
(p) 10,000 PSI working pressure;
(q) Well Control Equipment requirement:
(r) 30″x 500 PSI Diverter system;
(s) 211/4″- 5,000 PSI BOP stack and BOP control equipment;
(t) 13 5/8″-10,000 PSI BOP stack and BOP control equipment.
(3.0) MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS
(a) To be eligible for this tender exercise, interested contractors are required to be pre-qualified in the 3.0401- Drilling Rigs and Production/ Drilling Services (Semisubmersibles/Jack ups / Others) in NipeX Joint Qualification System (NJQS) database. All successfully pre-qualified Suppliers in this category will receive Invitation to Technical Tender (ITT).
(b) To determine if you are pre-qualified and view the product/service category you are listed for: Open– http://www.nipex-ng.com and access NJQS with your log in details, click on continue Joint Qualification Scheme tool, click check my supplier status and then click supplier product group.
(c) If you are not listed in a product/service category you are registered with DPR to do business, contact NipeX office at 30, Oyinkan Abayomi Street, Ikoyi, Lagos with your DPR certificate as evidence for verification and necessary update.
(d) To initiate the JQS pre-qualification process, access http://www.nipex-ng.com to download the application form, make necessary payments and contact NipeX office for further action.
(e) To be eligible, all tenders must comply with the Nigerian Content requirements in the NipeX system
(4.0) NIGERIAN CONTENT
Bidders are invited to express complete understanding and willingness to develop in-country capability and capacity for related work packages in compliance with the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content Development Act (NOGICD, 2010) and Cabotage Act.
Pursuant to the above, bidders’ submissions shall be evaluated strictly with the minimum evaluation criteria defined in the NOGICD Act, only bidders’ whose submissions are in compliance shall proceed to the next stage of the tender process.
The information/documentation that will be required to be submitted by bidders at the ITT stage among others are as follows:
(1) Nigerian Content Plan that addresses utilization of Nigerian Labour, Services, Materials and Equipment for this service in order to achieve the minimum targets as set out in line with the requirements of the NOGICD ACT.
(2) Provision of evidence that 50% of the equipment deployed is owned by the Nigerian subsidiary if applying entity is a multinational (Clause 41 (2) of the NOGICD Act). If not the case provision of concrete plan to comply in the next 3 years.
(3) Provision of detailed description of all work bidders will accomplish using Nigerian Resources (Labour, Material & Services)
(4) Detail past experience/present commitment to staff training and development of its Nigerian personnel. Furnish details of specific training plans that will be provided for Nigerians specific to this scope of work’
(5) Demonstration that entity is a Nigerian company as defined in Clause 3(2) of the Act which gives Exclusive consideration to Nigerian Indigenous service companies which demonstrate ownership of equipment, Nigerian personnel and capacity to execute such work to bid on land and swamp area of the Nigerian Oil and Gas industry
(6) A Nigerian Registered Company as the contracting entity and lead contractor in executing scope of work can form genuine alliance or joint venture partnership with foreign company showing details of scope and responsibilities of parties for this work.
(7) Such companies must show evidence of joint venture binding agreement duly signed by the CEO of both companies which must be governed by the laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria including evidence or plans of physical operational presence and set-up in Nigeria
(8) Provision of company ownership details, shareholding structure and copies of CAC forms C02 and C07, including company memorandum & article of association.
(9) Innovative proposals that would enhance the Nigerian Content for the project and other associated activities in-country.
NOTE: Bidders shall be requested to provide evidences to show their compliance with the above listed requirements at the ITT stage. Failure to meet the Nigerian Content requirements is a “FATAL FLAW.”
(5.0) CLOSING DATE
Only tenderers who are registered with NJQS Product/Category 3.04.01- Drilling Rigs and Production/ Drilling Services (Semisubmersibles/Jack ups / Others) as at 27th April, 2017 being the advert close date shall be invited to submit Technical Bids.
(6.0) ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
This advertisement of “Tender Opportunity” shall not be construed as a commitment on part of NAOC, nor shall it entitle Applicants to make any claims whatsoever and/or seek any indemnity from NAOC and/or any of its Partners by virtue of such Applicants having responded to this Advert.
Please visit the NipeX portal at http://www.nipex-ng.com for this advert and other information.
Management

TOTAL E&P NIGERIA LIMITED
OPERATOR OF THE NNPC/TOTAL JOINT VENTURE
TENDER OPPORTUNITY: PROVISION OF TRANSPORT SERVICES IN PORT HARCOURT DISTRICT
NIPEX TENDER REF. NO: 1000001832

(1) INTRODUCTION
Total Exploration & Production (TEPNG) Nigeria Limited, operator of the NNPC/TEPNG Joint Venture invites interested and reputable CONTRACTORS with suitable equipment, technical capacity and relevant experience to tender for the technical bidding phase for the provision of transport services on a wet lease basis for Port Harcourt offices and residences aimed at facilitating safe and convenient movement of personnel and goods to places where they’re required for COMPANY operations.
(2) SCOPE OF WORK
Services to be provided shall include as a minimum the following:
VEHICLE LEASING SERVICES:
• CONTRACTOR shall supply brand new vehicles which must be of current model, air conditioned with functional seat belts on all seats on a wet lease period specified in the contract. Such vehicles must comply with the following specific standards:
• All vehicles must be fitted with functional driving improvement monitors to regulate driving habits.
• All Trucks, Mini-buses and buses must be installed with functional reverse alarm.
• All vehicles must carry a comprehensive insurance cover from a reputable and COMPANY approved insurance firm.
• Throughout the duration of the wet lease, the CONTRACTOR shall obtain the necessary operating license, stickers, latest haulage tax by the state government, etc as and when due.
• CONTRACTOR to note that upon expiration of the wet lease period, ownership of the vehicles shall be transferred to COMPANY at no extra cost.
• CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for timely maintenance of lease vehicles and ensure minimum down time.
• CONTRACTOR shall ensure availability of the vehicles every day of the month.
• CONTRACTOR shall prepare maintenance schedule and ensure timely maintenance of their vehicles.
• In the event of any major breakdown, the CONTRACTOR shall provide immediate replacement vehicle to ensure smooth operation.
DRIVING SERVICES:
CONTRACTOR shall provide professional drivers required to operate either leased vehicles or COMPANY owned vehicles.
• All drivers must possess a minimum of first school leaving certificate (FSLC)
• They must pass basic literacy test (reading/writing/comprehension) to be conducted by COMPANY.
• All drivers must possess valid Nigeria National Drivers’ License required for the type of vehicle.
• All drivers must possess a valid Defensive Driving Certificate before commencing driving with the COMPANY.
• All drivers must have a minimum of five (5) years driving experience.
• All drivers in the COMPANY must possess a current Medical Certificate of Fitness from a Clinic/Hospital duly approved by the COMPANY including eye test,
• All drivers in the COMPANY must submit their birth certificate on commencement of service.
• CONTRACTOR shall conduct yearly medical fitness test from COMPANY approved Hospital for all drivers involved in this Service including proper eye examination
• CONTRACTOR shall provide Uniforms with tie, safety shoe and other relevant PPE for their personnel annually.
• CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for managing the drivers leave and absences and provide necessary replacements.
• CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for the actions of Driver(s) in his employment while providing service for COMPANY.
• All drivers must comply with any other specific requirements including HSE requirements as may be specified in the CONTRACT.
(3) MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS
(a) To be eligible for this Tender exercise, interested CONTRACTORS are required to be pre-qualified in the Product/Service Category 2.05.02 – (Light Vehicles) A-D in NipeX joint Qualification system (NJQS) database. All successfully pre-qualified suppliers in these categories will receive an Invitation to Technical Tender (ITT).
(b) To determine if you are pre-qualified and can view the product/service category you are listed for; Open http://www.nipex-ng.com and access NJQS with your log in details, click on continue Joint Qualification Scheme tool, click check my supplier status and then click supplier product group.
(c) If you are not listed in a product/service category you are registered with DPR to do business, contact NipeX office at 30, Oyinkan Abayomi Street, Ikoyi Lagos with your DPR certificate as evidence for verification and necessary update.
(d) To initiate the NJQS pre-qualification process, access http://www.nipex-ng.com to download application form, make necessary payments and contact NipeX office for further action.
(e) To be eligible, all tenders must comply with the Nigerian content requirements in the NipeX system.
NIGERIAN CONTENT
COMPANY is committed to the development of the Nigerian Oil and Gas business in compliance with the Nigerian Content Act 2010 for Nigerian Content Development. As from the commencement of this Act, the minimum Nigerian Content in any project, service or product specification to be executed in the Nigerian Oil and Gas industry shall be consistent with the level set in the Schedule of the Act and any other targets as may be directed by the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (The Board).
Tenderer shall comply with all the provisions of the Nigerian Content Act that relate to this contract but in particular comply with the minimum Nigerian Content 98.2% for the scopes which are covered in the Schedule of the Act and any other requirement that may arise from time to time not explicitly stated in this contract but which apply to the contract in fulfilment of the Nigerian Content Act, in the submission of their Tender. Failure to fully comply with the Nigerian Content Act or demonstrate commitment to Nigerian Content Development Policy of the Nigerian government shall result to disqualification from bidding this contract.
As part of their submissions, Tenderer shall:
(1) Ensure Only Nigerian Indigenous companies having 51% and above Nigerian equity shareholding shall bid for this scope of work.
(2) Submit valid proof of a Nigerian Automotive Council Manufacturers Association of Nigeria Ministry of Commerce and Industry.
(3) Provide evidence of memorandum of agreement with OEM accredited assembly plants in-country for procurement of vehicles, spare parts and components.
(4) Provide evidence of a valid category C or D Nigerian Content Equipment Certificate (NCEC) issued by the Nigerian Content Development & Monitoring Board in respect of any components, spares, equipment, systems and packages to be used on the project.
(5) Demonstrate that 50% of the vehicles will be sourced from Nigerian vehicle assembly plants or local automobile manufacturers.
(6) Demonstrate that entity is a Nigerian-registered company. Submit certified true copies of CAC forms 10, 02 & 07 (or its equivalent; CAC 2.3, 2.4, 2.5, etc) including company memorandum & article of association and other evidence of entity’s incorporation, shareholding & ownership structure in Nigeria. Tenderer shall provide evidence of registration on the NCDMB NOGIC JQS.
(7) Provide verifiable evidence of detailed location of in-country facility of warehouse, office, yard workshop, laboratory and camp (certificate of ownership, lease agreement, layout drawings and photographs) or a Binding Memorandum of Agreement, duly signed by the chief executive of both parties, supporting an alliance with any existing in-country facilities’ owner(s).
(8) Provide a project-specific training, man-hour budget, skill development and technology transfer plan for Nigerian personnel or indigenous business including evidence of past performance on training and development for Nigerians nationals & indigenous business. Plan for sponsorship of Nigerians to acquire competence and/or certification. Further development of local employees as professionals. Proposed training plan for Nigerians on the project including a brief training outline for OEM products, engineering, software & hardware, project management, procurement, construction, installation, start-up & commissioning, maintenance, testing and operations.
(9) Provide evidence (personnel list and positions with organization chart to substantiate) of percentage of management that are Nigerian Nationals and the percentage of the total workforce that are Nigerians.
NOTE:
Failure to comply with the provision of the Nigerian Content Act 2010 or to demonstrate commitment to the development of the Nigerian Content Policy shall result is disqualification from this bidding process.
(6) CLOSING DATE
Only Tenderers who are registered with NJQS for 2.05.02 – (Light Vehicles) (Product/Services) Category A-D as at April 28, 2017, being the advert closing date shall be invited to submit Technical Bids.
(7) ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
(a) Failure to provide any of the listed documents or information may automatically disqualify the Supplier.
(b) This notice and the ensuing qualification process neither creates any commitment by TEPNG nor establish any legal relationship with TEPNG.
(c) All costs incurred in registering and prequalifying for this and other service categories in NJQS shall be borne solely by the Contractors/suppliers.
(d) This advertisement shall neither be construed as an invitation to Tender (ITT) nor a commitment on the part of TEPNG to award a contract to any supplier and / or associated companies, subcontractors or agents.
(e) The ITT and any further progression of this tender shall be via NipeX. Interested bidders are therefore advised to ensure that their profiles in NipeX are active with a valid official email address accessible by their organization as this shall be the only means to transmit the ITT.
(f) Tendering process will be the NNPC contracting process requiring pre-qualified companies to submit technical tender first. Following a technical review, only technically and financially qualified contractors will be requested to submit commercial tenders.
(g) Man hour figures for Capital Project Portfolios are estimates to provide definition to the scope and do not constitute guaranteed quantities.
(h) COMPANY will only recognize and correspond with duly authorized officers of the pre-qualified bidders and NOT through individuals or agents acting on their behalf.
(i) Interested contractors should note that TEPNG has very cordial relationship with the host communities of the sites where these services will be performed based on existing Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).
Prospective contractors will be required to implement the obligations of the MOU as part of their contract.
Please visit NipeX portal at: http://www.nipex-ng.com for this advert and other information

NIGERIA DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION (NDIC)
SALE OF LANDED PROPERTY

The Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC), in exercise of its statutory duty as liquidator of failed banks, hereby invites interested members of the public to buy the interest of the under listed defunct Banks in the properties listed below by Public Competitive Bidding:
S/No BANK NAME ADDRESS STATE DESCRIPTION of PROPERTY TITLE CONTACTS
1 Allied Bank of Nigeria Plc. Plot A350 New
Kara layout Nassarawa Nasarawa State Undeveloped plot of land measuring 610sqm Certificate of Occupancy 08059262079 & 08033607176

2 All states
Trust
Bank Plc. Plot 105, No.
25, Dan Suleiman Crescent, Utako District, Abuja FCT A bungalow Certificate of Occupancy
3 All states Trust Bank Plc. 3 Junction Rd, Kaduna, Kaduna state
A purpose built banking hall.
Deed of Assignment 08034521160, 08032366970 & 08069648922

4 Saminaka
MFB No. 5, Rd B, Jumare ward, GRA, Saminaka Town, Zaria Kaduna State Plot of land of about l,350sm Sales agreement
5 Allied Bank of Nigeria Plc. Plot A347 New Karu Layout Nasarawa Nasarawa State Undeveloped plot of land measuring 325sgm Certificate of Occupancy 07038388521 & : 08054548589
6 Allied Bank of Nigeria Plc. Plot A348 New
Kara Layout Nassarawa Nasarawa
State Undeveloped plot of land measuring 446sqm Certificate of Occupancy
7 Hallmark Bank Ohaji Oil Mill,
Umukene,
Umuogo,
Ohaji, Imo
State Imo
State Palm Oil mill with 1560.25m Mortgage Debenture 08033281058& 08052777980
8 Etiti MFB Isinweke in Ihite/ Uboma
LGA Imo
State Parcel of Land Certificate of Occupancy
9 All states Trust Bank Plc. IT Village & Training Complex,
Igwuruta, Port Harcourt Rivers State A well-built training centre standing on two floors and (ground and lecture lodge on ground and first floors Deed of Assignment 08033425803 & 08033425805
10 All states Trust Bank Plc. Mgbodo Village, Aluu, Port Harcourt Rivers State Undeveloped Parcel of Land
Deed of Assignment

11 All states
Trust Bank Plc. 17 Ahmedu Bello Way, Jos Plateau State A purpose built banking hall.
Deed of Assignment
08034521261 & 08037021106
12 Kerena MFB Kwata zawan Jos South LGA, Jos, Plateau State The Plot measuring l,800sm fenced
Sales Agreement
13 City
Express
Bank Ilaro, Ogun State Ogun State
30-room 2 Storey Building
Deed of Conveyance 08051846515 & 08065533861
14 Ifonyin MFB Idiroko Road,
Agengule,
Ilase Ogun State Purpose Built
Banking premises
Deed of Grant
15 City Express
Bank No 40, Alhaj Amuse Street, papa Ajao Mushn, Lagos State. Lagos Stats
2 storey bulking
Certificate of Occupancy
08052692922

16 Intergrated MFB Aleshinloye, Oyo State Oyo State
One Storey Building for banking purpose
17 Assurance Bank No.13/14 Bichi District, Admin. Area KM 44Katsina Rd, Kano. Kano State
Purpose Built banking premises (Bungalow) situate at the business hub of the town Certificate of Occupancy
08054445136 & 08065744744

18 Allied Bank of Nigeria
Plc. Along Funtua
Birinin Gwari
Motor
Highway,
Kuyello,
Kaduna Kaduna State
A purpose bust storey bank building
Certificate of Occupancy
08035533524

19 Allied Bank of Nigeria
Plc. Plot A349 New Kara Layout Nassarawa Nasarawa State
Undeveloped plot of land measuring 325sqm Certificate of Occupancy
08033372110& 08039302703
20 All states
Trust Bank Plc. 35 Enerhen Road, Warri, Delta State
Delta State A purpose built banking premises
Deed of Assignment.
08023200502 & 08133258908

21 All states
Trust Bank Plc. 43 Lebanon Rd, Ibadan, Oyo State A purpose built banking premises Deed of Assignment 08094855853 & 08023168680
22 Umunza MFB Nkwo Market, Orumba South LGA, Anambra Anambra State 13 No. Blocks of stores Right of Occupancy 08033097742
23 Tri-Star MFB 9th Mile, Obolo- Afor, Old Road, Beside Afor Main Market, Eha-Alumuna, Nsuka, LGA, Enugu State Enugu State Purpose Built banking premises Deed of Customary Grant 08033683833 & 08032658001
24 Hilltop MFB Ajero’s Palace, along Market Road, Ijero-Ekiti, Ekiti State Ekiti State Banking Hail, Office Complex and a residential bungalow
Deed of Assignment
08092847697 & 08038981964

25 Bekwara MFB Ogoja-
Katsina Ala Road,
Abochiche, Bekwara LGA,
Cross River State
Cross River State A bungalow build for banking purpose
Deed of Assignment
08023159344 & 08098103228

26 Idah MFB No. 60 Ayegba Oma-Idoko Way, Idah, Kogi State Kogi Sate
Purpose Bunt banking premises
08035906096 & 08099350325

INSPECTION
All interested bidders should liaise with the respective contacts stated in the schedule above for guided inspection of the properties and further enquiries.
BIDDING CONDITIONS
• Bids together with 10% of the bid amount in Certified Bank Draft/Cheque should be submitted in a sealed envelope with ‘BID FOR LANDED PROPERTY’ inscribed on the top left corner of the envelope.
• Bidders may obtain the bank account details for the payment of the 10% deposit from the respective NDIC offices, where necessary.
• The bid should indicate the bid amount, Name, Address and Telephone numbers of the bidder.
• The successful bidder will be required to pay the balance of the bid price within 30 days of notification of Management’s approval of the sale, failing which the deposit will be forfeited;
• Withdrawal of bid by the successful bidder after bid opening will attract a forfeiture of the deposit;
• Unsuccessful bidders will get a refund of their deposits.
• The property is sold “as is” and “net” and if the sale cannot be concluded due to circumstances beyond the control of the Liquidator, deposit only would be refunded to the successful bidder.
SUBMISSION OF BIDS
Bids should be submitted to the office of The Director, Asset Management Depart, Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation, 25th Floor, NECOM House, 15 Marina Lagos or through any of the contacts on or before 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, 2nd May, 2017.
OPENING OF BIDS
Submitted bids shall be opened in die presence of all bidders on Wednesday, 3rd May, 2017 by 1 p.m. prompt at the Conference Room, Asset Management Department, Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation, 25th Floor, NECOM House, 15 Marina, Lagos.
Signed:
The Director, Asset Management Department,
Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation,
NECOM House (25th Floor,),
15 Marina, Lagos.

MERCY CORPS
INVITATION TO TENDER

Location: Maiduguri – Nigeria Tender N9: MDG/0003/FY2017
Protect: Corporate Fund Date: 04 April 2017
Account Code: 8210 LIN Code: 91193L008 Cost Center: 91193
Supply of Non Food Items for Mercy Corps Corporate found program
Mercy Corps is an international relief and development organization working in over 40 countries worldwide helping people build secure, productive and just communities. Mercy Corps in Nigeria implements a variety of programs with the ultimate goal or building productive, secure and just communities. Since 2013 Mercy Corps and Corporate Fund have been developing a strong and productive relationship that seeks to “power sustainable social and business progress through cross-sector collaboration and improve the lives of people and their communities in our shared geographies.” In recognition of the nearly two billion people now living in countries where our partnership goals are threatened by fragility, conflict and violence, corporate fund 3dopted Mercy Corps as one of its Global Emergency and Disaster Relief Partners.
Under the Corporate Fund program, Mercy Corps is soliciting quotations from qualified Nigerian vendors to supply Construction materials for shelter as described below:
# Description Quantity
1 Hard wood Timber 4″x2″xl2″ vertical post 24000
2 Hard wood Timber 3”x 2” x 12″ Horizontal Post etc. 17600
3 Hard wood Timber 2”x 2” x 12″ purlins & window frames. 12000
4 Plain Barge Fascia for Tagging the Tarpaulin 4000
5 Fillet Timber patterns for tagging the Tarpaulin 800
6 Anti-termite treatment –(Turpentine) 5 liter Jerri can 800
7 28 gauge Gaivanized iron sheets – (1.8×0, 6×0.15mm) 24000
8 Roofing cover Ridge Caps- (1’x10’x0.15mm thickness) 800
9 Aluminum Mosquito Mesh – (33m x 1.2m) 0.2m roll is the size required 400

10 4″ Door Hinges (Mild steel) 800
11 Latches (inside Lock) – Made from mild steel 2400
12 3″ Window Hinges (Mild steel) materials? 1600
13 Capped roofing nails – (Standard roofing nails) 800
14 4″ Wire nail 16000
15 3″ Wire nail 12000
16 2″ Wire nail 600
17 11/2″ Wire nails 6000
18 Hoop Iron (Langa Langa) 400
QUALIFYING AND CONDITIONS:
Interested vendors are required to fulfill the following criteria:
• Must be registered in Nigeria with evidence of registration attached
• Must have sufficient financial capacity to honor this commitment.
• Must have evidence of good track record for similar contracts executed with references from previous clients (please attach evidence to bid document).
• Must have recognized bank account (Mercy Corps will make all payments in bank checks or through bank transfers).
• Must be able to accept 100% payment after service delivery.
• Must have a Tax Identification number (TIN) with evidence of registration with FIRS attached. (Note that Mercy Corps in Nigeria deducts withholding tax in accordance with government regulations.)
TENDER DOCUMENTS:
All applicants will receive the same set of Tender Documents. A log of invited applicants and submitted offers will be maintained by Mercy Corps.
Bid submission process:
Interested dealers are required to submit their bids to Mercy Corps office on or before the 17th April, 2017 between the working hours of: 9:00am and 3:00 pm from Monday to Thursday and 9.00am to 12:30 on Friday. The bid should be submitted in a sealed envelope and addressed to
Operations
Mercy Corps Maiduguri
Plot 119 NUJ street New GRA Bama road
Contact:
For any information please contact please contact msaibou@mercycorps.org
Bid Opening: Bids will be opened on 17th April, 2017 at 03:30 pm in the presence of the Mercy Corps’ tender committee.
NOTES:
• Offers received after the specified date and time will not be considered.
• Incomplete offers will not be considered
• Hard-copy offers delivered without a sealed envelope will not be considered.
• Only legally registered vendors are eligible

FHI360
THE SCIENCE OF IMPROVING LIVES
REQUEST FOR QUOTATION – SUPPLY OF GENERATOR SET

BACKGROUND
With funding from the Global Fund, Family Health International (FHI360) is collaborating with Achieving Health Nigeria Initiative (AHNi) to support the government of Nigeria to enhance sustained cross-sectional integration of HIV/AIDS services by building Nigeria’s capacity to deliver sustainable high quality, comprehensive, prevention, treatment, care and related services in Nigeria.
FHI360/AHNi is inviting qualified and interested companies to submit sealed quotations for the supply of the following:
DESCRIPTION OF GOODS QUANTITY DELIVERY LOCATION

30kVA Sound Proof Generator
Specification:
30KVA Soundproof Generating Set, brushless, drip-proof, self-regulating alternator, 240/415 volts, 3 phase, 4 wire, 24kw at 0.8 power factor, 10% overload at NTP. Water -cooled diesel Engine with cylinder running at 1500 rpm. The engine should be mounted on a steel based frame complete with anti-vibration mountings, a standard control cubicle arranged for key start and giving automatic shutdown in the event of low oil pressure and high water temperature. Complete with all standard accessories.
5 Kaduna (1 unit)
Owerri (1 unit)
Uyo (1 unit)
Ibadan (1 unit)
Port Harcourt (1 unit)

SELECTION/QUALIFICATION CRITERIA (Abilities and Qualification)
Please read this section carefully and be sure that all requested information is included in your submission. Evaluators will not make assumption and or draw inference regarding mission or incomplete information. Note that the submission of incomplete information could result in the rejection of bids.
The Minimum Eligibility requirement are as follows:
(1) Cover Page
(2) Company Profile: registered address, functional email and telephone numbers and point of contact for the company:
(3) Evidence of legal registration document of the company (CAC FORM CO7 and FORM C02etc):
(4) Tax Clearance Certificate for 2014, 2015 and 2016
(5) Approved Partnership, Dealership or distributorship certificate as applicable
(6) Evidence of Financial Capability (Audited Accounts for the last 3 years and Bank Reference Letter)
(7) Evidence of possession of experience in similar Jobs: Bidders must provide copy(ies) of Job Order and proof of delivery
(8) Reference letter(s) from an organization of similar award in size, scope and complexity within the last 5 years attesting to Satisfactory Performance
(9) Cost/quotation to the delivery location
In addition to cost, kindly indicate clearly, the following commercial conditions in your quotation:
(1) Payment Terms
(2) Delivery Time
(3) Quotation Validity
(4) Warranty terms
SUBMISSION PROCEDURE
Financial (Cost Quotation) and Technical Bid (all other required documentations) must be in separate envelop and titled “RFQ 2017/RFQ/AHNi02- Supply of Generator Set”. Completed RFQ/Tender document must be submitted to “The Procurement Committee, AHNI, Abuja, Nigeria” and signed by the authorized representative of the bidding company and deliver on or before 5:00pm, Thursday 20th April, 2017 to the following address:
Achieving Health Nigeria Initiative (AHNi),
3rd Floor, Coscharis Plaza,
Plot 107, Faskari Street, Area 3,
Garki, Abuja, Nigeria
For Clarification on any aspect of this RFQ, please send an email reflecting the RFQ Number to eoiprocurement@ahnigeria.org (E.g. Request for Clarification – RFO 2017/RFQ/AHNi02
This procurement is funded by the Global Fund and is subjected to the applicable rules and regulations of Global Funded awards. AHNI is Value Added Tax (VAT) exempted, but charges WHT (Withholding Tax) in compliance with relevant Nigeria TAX Laws.
RFQ COMPANY’S GUARANTEE
All information submitted in connection with this Tender notice is valid for 60 days from the RFQ due date. This include but not limited to cost, pricing, terms and conditions, service level and all other information.
RIGHT TO SELECT OR REJECT
AHNi reserves the right to select and negotiate with those company it deems in its sole discretion to be qualified for competitive bid and to terminate negotiation without incurring any liability. Issuance of Bid Document does not constitute a commitment by AHNi to award a contract.

FHI360
THE SCIENCE OF IMPROVING LIVES
REQUEST FOR QUOTATION (SUPPLY OF MOTOR VEHICLES)
BACKGROUND

With funding from the Global Fund, Family Health International (FHI360) is collaborating with Achieving Health Nigeria Initiative (AHNi) to support the government of Nigeria to enhance sustained cross-sectional integration of HIV/AIDS services by building Nigeria’s capacity to deliver sustainable high quality, comprehensive, prevention, treatment, care and related services in Nigeria.
FHI360/AHNi is inviting qualified and interested companies to submit sealed quotations for the supply of the following:
LOT NUMBER DESCRIPTION OF GOODS
QUANTITY DELIVERY LOCATION
1 4WD Vehicle (Double Cabin Pickup)
Specification:
4WD pickup truck, double cabin, Fabric Se at D/C, 2.5L, MT(Petrol), A/C , ABS, Auto Transmission
16 ABUJA
2 4×4 SUV Vehicle
Specification:
4 doors, 2.0L (Petrol) , Auto Transmission, AC/Radio, CD Player, manual window winding. Fabric Seat A/C, ABS, Auto Transmission 2
3 Bus/Van
Specification:
14-16 Seater, 2.4Liter(Petrol), Auto Transmission, AC/Radio, C D Player, manual window winding 6
SELECTION CRITERIA (Skill, Abilities and Qualification)
Please read this section carefully and be sure that all requested information is included in your submission. Evaluators will not make assumption and or draw inference regarding missing or incomplete information. Note that the submission of incomplete information could result in the rejection of bids
The Minimum Eligibility requirement are as follows:
(1) Cover Page
(2) Company Profile; registered address, functional email and telephone numbers and point of contact for the company;
(3) Evidence of legal registration document of the company (including CAC: FORM CO7, FORM CO2 etc);
(4) Tax Clearance Certificate for 2014, 2015 and 2016
(5) Approved Partnership, Dealership or distributorship certificate as applicable
(6) Evidence of Financial Capability (Audited Accounts for the last 3 years and Bank Reference Letter)
(7) Evidence of possession of experience in similar Jobs: Bidders must provide copy(ies) of Job Order and proof of delivery
(8) Reference letter(s) from an organization of similar award in size, scope and complexity within the last 5 years attesting to Satisfactory Performance
(9) Cost/quotation to the delivery location
In addition to cost, kindly indicate clearly, the following commercial conditions in your quotation:
(1) Payment Terms
(2) Delivery Time
(3) Quotation Validity
(4) Warranty terms
SUBMISSION PROCEDURE:
Financial (Cost Quotation) and Technical Bid (all other required documentations) must be in separate envelop and titled “RFQ 2017/RFQ/AHNi01- Supply Project Vehicle”. Completed RFQ/tender document must be submitted to “The Procurement Committee, AHNI, Abuja, Nigeria “ and signed by the authorized representative of the bidding company and deliver on or before 5:00pm, Thursday 20th April, 2017 to the following address:
Achieving Health Nigeria Initiative (AHNi),
3rd Floor, Coscharis Plaza,
Plot 107, Faskari Street, Area 3, Garki,
Abuja, Nigeria
For Clarification on any aspect of this RFQ, please send an email reflecting the RFQ Number to eoiprocurement@ahnigeria.org (E.g. Request for Clarification – RFQ 2017/RFQ/AHNi01
This procurement is funded by the Global Fund and is subjected to the applicable rules and regulations of Global Funded awards. AHNI is Value Added Tax (VAT) exempted, but charges WHT (Withholding Tax) in compliance with relevant Nigeria TAX Laws
RFQ COMPANY’S GUARANTEE
All information submitted in connection with this Tender notice is valid for 60 days from the RFQ due date. This include but not limited to cost, pricing, terms and conditions, service level and all other information.
RIGHT TO SELECT OR REJECT
AHNi reserves the right to select and negotiate with those company it deems in its sole discretion to be qualified for competitive bid and to terminate negotiation without incurring any liability. Issuance of Bid Document does not constitute a commitment by AHNi to award a contract.

NATIONAL SOCIAL INVESTMENT PROGRAMMES: CALL FOR THIRD PARTY MONITORS
The Federal Government of Nigeria through the National Social Investment Office (NSIO) has entered into an agreement with Action Aid Nigeria to coordinate the process of selecting third party monitors for the Social Investment Programmes, across the 36 States and FCT in Nigeria. The Social Investment Programmes have been designed to reduce poverty in Nigeria while jumpstarting progress on human development. ActionAid has committed to identifying, liaising with and managing Civil Society Organisations who will carry out the third party monitoring based on request by the National Social Investment Office (NSIO).
The Federal Government through the NSIO is calling for application from interested Civil Society Organisations desiring to serve as Third Party Monitors and Facilitators of the monitors at the Geo Political Zone level (6 zones plus the FCT) of the Federal Government’s Social Investment Programmes (FG SIP):
The listed Social Investment Programme areas are:
Home-grown school feeding: aims to provide meals to a target of 5.5 million primary school children from locally sourced food.
The National Cash Transfer programme: aims to provide a monthly payment of N5,000 to 1 million beneficiaries in poor and vulnerable households.
N power – aims to provide jobs for 500,000 graduates and 100,000 non-graduates as artisans.
Growth Enterprise and Empowerment Programme (GEEP): targets 1.6 million beneficiaries by providing access to credit facilities particularly for women, entrepreneurs, farmers and youth.
Expected tasks
Selected CSOs would deliver on the following in their respective States;
Support the National Social Investment Office (NSIO) implementing a third party monitoring and evaluation system for the SIP in the 36 States and FCT.
Liaise with relevant Stakeholders in the State (or FCT) for feedback and views including service delivery agents, local government and beneficiaries to enable the monitoring of the programmes.
Take feedback from beneficiaries and other citizens and document their experience and perspectives on the SIP.
Engage with and capture the concerns of beneficiary groups and mobilise them to actively participate in monitoring and evaluation activities and render feedback in the program.
Track the funds allocated and expenditure on the programmes from the Federal level/State level to beneficiaries
Strengthen the capacity of CBOs to monitor the SIP in their locations.
Support the process of a CSO Situation Room on SIP (CSR-SIP) that would engage with the NSIO with processed information from the service providers, recipients and other citizens.
Geo Political Zone Facilitators (6 zones + the FCT), will facilitate the activities of the state monitors within their zones, including monitoring, mentoring, capacity building, collation of reports and harmonizing them for submission to ActionAid Nigeria.
Eligibility
CSOs should meet the following criteria before applying:
(1) Registered with CAC or relevant government institutions
(2) Has been in operation for a minimum of five years
(3) Evidence of 3 years’ audited financial statements and registration certificate from SCUML (Special Control Unit against Money Laundering)
(4) Experience in at least one of the listed Social Investment programme areas
(5) Provide evidence of at least four past or ongoing projects/programs in the State of interest
(6) Evidence of working in, and based in the State for monitors or geo political zone for zonal facilitators
(7) Must have managed an annual income of over fifty million Naira (N50,000,000)
(8) Must apply with a list of 9 CBOs well spread in the 3 senatorial districts of the State, that are ready to work with them; these CBOs must meet the minimum criteria of presence, experience, office space and registration, understanding of local context, understanding of local language and nuances.
(9) Must have a functional Board that is aware of this project and signs off on it
(10) Must be referenced by at least one of the following organisations – National network/coalition organisation (of not less than 20 members), an international NGO with over 10 years work experience in Nigeria or a donor organisation with over 1 million pounds annual budget.
(11) Evidence of past work in the State that demonstrates independence as a CSO.
(12) Evidence of compliance with staff statutory deductions (tax and pension) in the last three (3) years or show a clear strategy on how to comply within three months of having been selected for this program
(13) Evidence of statutory compliance as an NGO; submission of annual reports
(14) Application should focus on Monitoring one State or Facilitation of one Zone.
Interested CSOs should send in their application to info@socialprotectionng.org on or before midnight of 28th April 2017.
Applications should not be more than three pages responding to how you meet all the eligibility criteria and how you will carry out the tasks; attachments should not be more than five pages and emails should not exceed 7 MB in size. All questions or clarifications related to this advert should be sent to: info@socialprotecttonng.org, we will receive such questions and clarifications until the tenth (10th ) day after this advert. All responses will be posted on the project website –www.socialprotectionng.org.
Note that:
(1) Organisations focused or headed by women or young persons or PLWD are encouraged to apply.
(2) Only shortlisted organisations will be contacted.
(3) ActionAid, the Federal Government or any of their partners will not ask for any form of payments throughout this process.
(4) All applicants are responsible to cover all their costs associated with this application process.
(5) ActionAid is the only organisation authorised by the Federal Government to coordinate this process.
Announcer
ActionAid Nigeria

USAID PROCUREMENT INFORMATION BULLETIN
PIB NO: PIB-RfQ-BCH-NIG-2017-003
DATE: 06 APRIL 2017
Office of Acquisition Assistance Washington, D.C. 20523
Country: Nigeria
Authority: USAID Contract No. AID-620-A-15-00001
Source/Nationality: Geographic Code 935
Purchaser: Creative Associates International, Inc
5301 Wisconsin Ave, NW, Suite 700,
Washington, DC 20015
Offer Issue Date: 05 APRIL 2017
Offer Deadline: 20 APRIL 2017
Qualified and interested firms may obtain an electronic copy of the RFQ including terms, conditions, and specifications when it is issued by making written request to the email address ECR Applications@Crea-NigeriaAccess.com and by referencing “RFQ-BCH-2017-018” or “Scholastic Materials for mainstreamed learners of the NECR Project”. Telephone requests will not be honored.
On behalf of USAID, Creative Associates invites firms to submit quotations for the supply and delivery of scholastic materials to support a USAID project in Nigeria. This assistance will be provided under a project implemented in cooperation with USAID.
Offerors must demonstrate capacity to supply and deliver scholastic materials to a single field office in Bauchi, Nigeria, must provide professional references and relevant past performance and demonstrate financial resources to implement and manage this award.
It is Creative’s intent to award a contract to the best-value offeror.
Firms making offers to provide services must be eligible suppliers in accordance with the requirements set forth in 22 CFR 228 of the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations.

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