procurement adverts

BENUE STATE UNIVERSITY
PMB 102119, Makurdi
Tender No.: 03/2017
(Office of the Registrar)

INVITATION FOR THE PRE QUALIFICATION/TENDER FOR THE DISPOSAL OF UNSERVICABLE 1000KVA GENERATOR
1.0 INTRODUCTION
The Benue State University, Makurdi desires to dispose of a 1,000KVA diesel powered generator in one lot on “As is where is basis” located in its Western wing of campus in Makurdi, Benue State.
2.0 PRE-QUALIFICATTON REQUIREMENTS
Interested parties or firms are requested to submit tender documents including Tax Clearance Certificate (TCC) for the last three (3) years on the prescribed forms for consideration:
3.0 FINANCIAL BID REQUIREMENT
Interested bidders are to collect tender documents from the Procurement Unit of the Benue State University at a non-refundable tender fee of Fifty Thousand Naira (N50, 000.00) only payable to Benue State University in bank draft. A copy of payment receipt MUST be attached to the financial tender document.
4.0 SUBMISSION OF TENDER DOCUMENTS
(a) Two copies of all Pre-qualification Tender documents to be submitted must be in a sealed envelope and marked at the top-right hand corner of the envelope Pre-qualification for Disposal of 1,000KVA generator
(b) One copy of Financial Tender document along with a refundable Earnest Money Deposit (EMD) in Bank Draft of Five hundred thousand (N500,000.00) naira only to be submitted which must be in a sealed envelope and marked at the top-right corner of the envelope Financial Tender for Disposal of 1,000KVA generator.
All envelopes for both the Pre-qualification Tender documents and Financial Tender documents should be placed in a bigger envelope and addressed to:
The Registrar,
Benue State University
Makurdi
The tender document must be dropped into the Tender box in the Registrar’s office, Benue State University, Makurdi on or before 12: Noon, Tuesday, May 16, 2017.
Enquiries may be made on working days between the hours 9am to 4pm through the mobile number 07038928606 or email taki@bsum.edu.ng.
5.0 NOTE
(a) The technical and financial bids will be opened on the same day Tuesday, May 16, 2017 at 12:00 noon in the Senate Chamber of Benue State University in the presence of bidders/representatives,
(b) Late submission will be rejected.
(c) That this advertisement is not a commitment on the part of the Benue State University nor shall it entitle any person to make any claim whatsoever and or seek any indemnity from the University by virtue of such person having responded to the advertisement.
(d) That after the pre-qualification exercise, only tenders from pre-qualified firms will be used and the University shall not enter into any correspondence with unsuccessful applicants.
Mrs. Catherine T. Bur
Acting Registrar and Secretary to Council

JIGAWA STATE GOVERNMENT
MINISTRY OF HEALTH
BLOCK B NEW SECRETARIAT COMPLEX, 3 ARM ZONE DUTSE.

INVITATION TO TENDER FOR CONSTRUCTION OF THIRTY (30) NO BASIC HEALTH CLINICS (BHCs) ACROSS THE STATE
Jigawa State Government wishes to invite reputable contractors willing to participate in the bidding process for the above proposed project.
The scope of the project covers the construction of one block of Basic Health Clinic in the following locations, AUYAKAYI, KADANGARE, HAMMAYAYI, FALAGERI, DINGAYA, ZANDAM TA GABAS, GANGARA, MARAGANTA, DAWA, IDANDUNA, KANTAMI, BAAUZINI, FAKE, JARMARI, RUBA, TUMINJIRA, MUDUGA, DANSURE, TAKA TSABA, KARWAI, S/GARIN YAYA, DANKARI, BADERIN GABAS, GIGINYA, SARKIN BAKA, GURARRAJI, GARIN CHIROMA, DANKUMBO, FAGI, and DINFIDUWA.
Interested contractors must possess the following documents:
(I) Certificate of Registration with Corporate Affairs Commission
(II) Certified True Copy of Memorandum/ Article of Association
(III) Evidence of registration with Jigawa State Works Registration Board
(IV) Audited Account for at least the last financial year (V) Tax clearance certificate for the last three (3) years
(VI) Evidence of company’s financial capability and banking support
(VII) Experience and technical qualification of key personnel
(VIII) Equipment and technology capacity
(IX) Evidence of execution and completion of similar jobs
(X) Annual turn over
(XI) Evidence of VAT registration including fast remittance.
(XII) Contractors of Jigawa State Origin will be given priority
Bidding Document could be obtained from the office of the Director Planning, Research and Statistics, Ministry of Health Dutse at a non-refundable fee of Thirty Thousand (N30,000.00) only between 9.00am to 5.00pm from Monday 24th April, 2017. Bid submission will close on Monday 8th May, 2017 by 12.00 noon. Bids will be opened on the same day by 12.00 noon. Prompt.
For more information contact 08035961832, 08061511939 or 08063344417 please.
Signed
Dr. Muhammad Abdullah! Kainuwa
Permanent Secretary
NIGER DELTA DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION (NDDC)
167 Aba Road, Port Harcourt
INVITATION TO TENDER
INTRODUCTION:
The Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), in furtherance of its mandate, is planning to execute the under-listed projects and programme(s) for a sustainable development of the Niger Delta Region and as a result, requires the services of competent, experienced and qualified contractors in the healthcare industry to undertake the following projects.
DESCRIPTION OF PROJECTS:
The projects/programmes for which contractors services are required and for which capacities will be assessed are as follows:
S/N PROJECTS/PROGRAM LOTS LOCATION
1. Supply of insecticide treated mosquito nets to all 185 LGAs and Deworming Programme for School Pupils (Primary/Secondary 185 Local Government Areas in the Niger Delta States/ Nine States of the Niger Delta
2. Supply of Essential drugs to Primary Health centres in the Region 1-8 Nine States of the Niger Delta
3. Immunization of School Children – Using Gardasil. 1-28 Bomadi & Isoko South LGAs
4. Strengthening of dialysis Services and Centres in Selected Hospitals in the Niger Delta Region. Nine States of the Niger Delta
5. Supply of Medical equipment to selected Hospitals in the Niger Delta Region. Nine States of the Niger Delta
6. Supply and Installation of Medical Solar Direct Drive Refrigerators, (for vaccines)/ Medical Incinerators for Niger Delta Region. 1-24 Nine States of the Niger Delta
FURTHER INFORMATION:
Interested and qualified contractors with relevant experience who wish to tender for these projects are required to obtain further information on the above from the office of Executive Director, Projects, NDDC Head Office, 167 Aba Road, Port Harcourt, Rivers State between the hours of 10am and 4pm Mondays through Friday; beginning from 13/4/2017 until 27/4/2017.
REQUIREMENT FOR ELIGIBILITY OF CONTRACTORS:
Interested contractors who wish to tender for these projects would be deemed qualified to collect their tender documents at the address stated below with the submission of the following documents (with relevant verifiable evidence).
(1) Certificate of Registration of company in Nigeria with the Corporate Affairs Commission together with the Memorandum of Articles of Association and Form C07 showing the list of Directors and numbers of shares each has subscribed to:
(2) Clear indication of a Verifiable Head Office Address, indicating address and Branch of Office(s) or outlet(s) in the Niger Delta Region and a Utility Bill of the Office(s) /Outlet(s);
(3) Corporate profile of firm Indicating ownership;
(4) Professional registration of the Firm with appropriate professional Body;
(5) An indication of any of the Project/type above that the company is interested in;
(6) Evidence of Current Tax Clearance Certificate of the Company for the past three (3) years duly certified and issued by FIRS;
(7) A confirmable VAT Certificate with evidence of remittance;
(8) Evidence of up to date Annual Returns;
(9) A verifiable evidence of compliance with statutory Pensions Act;
(10) Verifiable evidence of Registration and Contributions to the Industrial Training Fund (ITF);
(11) Documented evidence of financial capability of the company (e.g. Certified Bank’s Statement for the past three (3) years duly stamped and signed by the Bank).
(12) Affidavit of Disclosure, disclosing that the company possesses the professional and technical qualifications and shall make them available, when required to carry out the works;
(13) Affidavit of Disclosure, disclosing that the Company shall exercise requisite skills in service provision and only use genuine/specified materials and inputs in the execution of the works;
(14) Affidavit of Disclosure disclosing that the company is not in receivership;
(15) Affidavit of Disclosure disclosing whether any officer of NDDC is a former or present Director of the Company;
(16) Affidavit of Disclosure, disclosing whether any Director of the Company has been convicted in any country for any criminal offence relating to fraud or financial impropriety;
(17) Affidavit of Disclosure disclosing that the Company has not unduly abandoned any previous job awarded to it by NDDC.
(18) Affidavit of Disclosure disclosing that the Company/Contractor possesses the legal capacity to enter into a procurement contract;
(19) A statement of Interest, including a statement of availability to undertake and Deliver the job with the Specified duration;
(20) Technical capability of the Firm. Including CV of relevant staff and profile Equipment;
(21) Evidence of track records of the firm in the execution of similar Projects;
(22) Letter of Reference, Evidence of payment for similar jobs done in the past with verifiable names and phone numbers of contact persons from the awarding institution;
(23) A well laid-out itemized strategy/intended methodology for a smooth delivery of the proposed project; and
(24) Any other information that would aid in good assessment of the Company.
(25) Relevant professional licence in the health field (annual practice licence for Doctors, Pharmacists, dentists etc).
CRITICAL EVALUATION:
Contractors are expected to fully comply with the above requirements as failure to do so may weaken the contractor’s case. Contractors are to submit only genuine and verifiable documents as contractors who submit fake or fraudulently obtained documents would be disqualified and the attention of the relevant security agencies may be called; if necessary. All submissions would be evaluated on the basis of documents submitted and selection would be based on a series of factors including contractor’s competence, experience and track record.
OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION:
The selection of contractors will follow the provisions laid out in the Public Procurement Act, 2007 for this category/threshold of projects;
Only Contractors that have substantially fulfilled the above stated conditions shall be given the tender documents to tender for these projects;
Contractors 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;
Contractors are advised not to try to influence the selection process as this would lead to immediate disqualification of the contractor and they may also be barred from seeking other contract opportunities from the Commission;
Contractors are advised not to tender for more than one project;
All costs incurred by any contractor in the preparation of these documents are to be borne entirely by the Contractor and
NDDC reserves the right to reject any or all submissions and to terminate the entire selection process any time without any liability to the Commission.
SPECIFIC CRITERIA:
(1) Supply of treated mosquito nets to all 185 LGAs:
• Must be treated with pyrethroid insecticide in conformity with World Health Organization (WHO) standard.
• Minimum of five (5) years to date of expiration at the point of delivery.
(2) Deworming Programme:
• Anthihelminthes must be manufactured in Nigeria and must have NAFDAC Registration No. with batch no, date of manufacture and date of expiring.
• Anthihelminthes must be stored under the proper conditions
• Minimum of two (2) years to date of expiration at the point of delivery.
(3) Supply of Essential drugs to Primary Health Centres in the Region:
• Must have NAFDAC Registration No.
• Must be stored at room temperature for inspection.
• Proper Ventilation
(4) Gardasil Vaccine:
• Must be HPV9 valent Vaccine Recombinant.
• Supplied in Cold Chain (2°C to 8°C)
• Registered with NAFDAC
• Possess VVM vaccine viable monitor.
• Minimum of two (2) year to date of expiration at the point of delivery.
(5) Strengthening of Dialysis Services and Centres in Selected Hospitals in the Niger Delta Region.
(6) Supply of Medical Equipment;
Only Equipment Manufacturers or accredited representatives can bid.
SUBMISSION OF BIDS:
Completed bids documents, written in English Language, should be submitted in a sealed envelope marked with the appropriate job title on the top left corner and addressed to:
The Executive Director, Projects,
Niger Delta Development Commission
167 Aba Road, Port Harcourt.
VALIDITY OFTENDERING:
The bid documents must be collected at the above office from 10am on Friday 13th April, 2017 until Thursday 27th April, 2017 and must be submitted, on completion, at the same address not later than 12 noon. Wednesday, 24th May, 2017.
OPENING OF BIDS:
Bids will be opened in the presence of bid representatives (who choose to attend) and invited observers at the NDDC Headquarters’ ground floor by 12noon.Wednesday, 24th May, 20l7.
Signed
MANAGEMENT

AMCON
ASSET MANAGEMENT CORPORATION OF NIGERIA

Head Office;
417, Tigris Crescent,
Off Aguiyi Ironsi, Maitama,
Abuja, FCT, Nigeria
(Beside Corporate Affaire Commission)
Tel: 09-8761892-3, 09-8122820, 8122822, 8122824

Lagos Office:
67, Marina Street
Lagos Island
Lagos, Nigeria.
Tel: 01-2773100-299
PROPERTIES FOR SALE
The Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMC0N) in fulfilment of its objectives and exercise of its statutory duty of efficiently resolving eligible bank assets purchased from various eligible financial institutions in Nigeria, offers the following properties for sale to interested members of the public. Further details of the properties available for sale, can be found on the following website: https://www.online.amcon.com.ng/disposals/
ELIGIBILITY TO PARTICIPATE:
To participate in the process, an interested party must meet the following criteria:
(i) Individual / Corporate entity must not be indebted to AMCON;
(ii) Directors of interested companies must not be indebted to AMCON; and
(iii) Individual must not be an AMCON employee, a relative of an AMCON employee or member of the Board of AMCON.
BIDDING PROCESS:
(i) A competitive bidding process has been adopted for the disposal of the properties.
(ii) Bid forms are available from the co-ordinating agent whose contact details are provided in the schedule of properties being offered for sale. Alternatively, they can be downloaded from AMCON’s website https://online.amcon.com.ng/disposals/ or requested by emailing amcon.disposals@amcon.com.ng
(iii) Bid forms must be submitted alongside 10% of the bid amount in Certified Bank Drafts or evidence of the transfer of 10% of the bid sum to a specified bank account, details of which are provided with the bid forms. Where bank drafts are provided, please note that if the deposit sum exceeds N10million multiple certified bank drafts must be provided.
(iv) The bid submission must be made in a sealed envelope with “Bid for Property” inscribed on the top left corner of the envelope.
(v) The Certified Bank drafts and transferred funds of unsuccessful bidders will be refunded once the bidding process is concluded.
(vi) The successful bidder will be required to pay the 90% outstanding balance of the bid price within 15 calendar days of the bid submission deadline, failing which the 10% deposit becomes non-refundable and the property can be offered to other buyers.
(vii) Bids cannot be withdrawn or cancelled once submitted.
SUBMISSION OF BIDS:
(i) Bids for properties must be sealed and submitted in the designated bid box at the following address:
Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON)
417, Tigris Crescent
Off Aguiyi Street
Maitama
Abuja.
(ii) The deadline for the submission of bids is 10:00 am Tuesday, 9th May, 2017
(iii) All bids submitted will be opened at the AMCON Abuja office where the bids were submitted at 11:00 am Tuesday, 9th May, 2017.
OPENING OF BIDS:
(i) All bidders and / or their representatives are welcome to be present at the bid opening. The highest bid for each property will emerge the winner subject to the highest bid being equal to or above the reserve price. Results will be announced immediately after the conduct of the exercise.
(ii) In the event of a tied bid at the bid opening or where none of the bids match or exceed the reserve price, bidders will be required to submit fresh bids at the bid opening. The outcome of the fresh bid submissions will be announced at the bid opening.
(iii) Conclusion of sale of some properties, due to size, may further be subject to higher authority approval.
PROPERTY INSPECTION:
All interested bidders are invited to contact the Coordinating Agent stated in the schedule above for guided inspections of the properties and enquiries. The properties will be sold on an “as is” basis.
COORDINATING AGENT:
KACHI OKPARA & CO: 08035927055, 08069449485, 08120929194
ABUJA PROPERTIES
S/N PROPERTY ADDRESS LAND SIZE PROPERTY DETAILS
1 House no. 14,69 (A) road, B1 Close, Gwarimpa Phase II Estate. 879.26sqm Residential 4 bdrm detached duplex and a gate house.
2 No. 7 Lungi Street, Off Kampala Street, Off Ademola Adetokunbo Crescent, Wuse 2, Abuja. 848.70sqm A block of 4 Nos. 4 bedroom flat with a security gatehouse.
3 Plot 1229 Oka-Akoko Crescent, Garki II District, Abuja. 1,371.15sqm A Block of 6 Nos. 3 Bedroom flats with inbuilt one room servant quarters, Generator house and security gate house.
4 Plot 896 (No 1) Ajose Adeogun Street Utako District, Abuja 7,799.37sqm Purposely built High rise Residential Estate comprising of 24 units of 3 bedroom flat and 18units of 1 bedroom flat.
5 Plot 610 Hunkuyi Close, Cadastral Zone A3, Area 11, Garki, Abuja 1,091.67sqm
Developed residential building, with Six (6) Units of 3 bedroom flats on 3 floors and a detached 2 bedroom duplex.
6 Flat 2, Block 8, Lapai Street, Area 1 147sqm This is a 2 bedroom bungalow in a residential development area.
7 No 6, Offa Close, Off Oyo Street, Area 2, Garki District Abuja, FCT 858.69sqm Development on site are 2 wings of 3-bedroom semidetached houses on two floors, 2-room domestic staff quarters, generator and gate house.
8 Plot 248 Cadastral Zone C02 Life camp, Gwarimpa, Abuja 1,100.32 sqm Block of 6 Nos. 2 bedroom flat with 1 room servant quarter and a security gatehouse. Ancillary development includes interlocking stones paved drive/walkway and sandcrete block perimeter fence.
SOKOTO PROPERTIES
S/N PROPERTIES ADDRESS LAND SIZE PROPERTY DETAILS
1 Plot no. 39 Phase L1, LP. 203 at Giwawa in Wamako LGA, Sokoto State 2,400sqm
Residential property consisting of 1 nos. 3 bdrm duplex, 4 Nos. 2 bdrm apartments, 1Nos. 1bdrm flat.
2 Property along Western Bye-pass (Former CBN Quarters) Gawon Nama Area, Sokoto Metropolis, Sokoto State 7,365.65sqm
Residential property with 8 No. 3-Bedroom flats standing on Four (4) floors, 2 No. Blocks of 8 No Terrace Boys Quarters, Convenience Block, LaWn Tennis Court, Table Tennis Block, Security Gate House, a Plant House and 8 No. Lock-Up Garages
3 Plot 7 LP 93 Along Tsaf road (now Natu road) situated opposite Polo club, Sokoto 1,157.39sqm Bareland opposite Polo club, Wamako Local Government Area, Sokoto.
4 Property at Airport Junction Sokoto-Kebbi Maiduguri road, Madorawa area of Sokoto 115,600sqm
Undeveloped parcel of land fenced with wire mesh.
LOAGS PROPERTY
S/N PROPERTIES ADDRESS LAND SIZE PROPERTY DETAILS
1 No. 106/108 Broad Street, Lagos Island, Lagos
617.60sqm Development on site composes of a purpose-built 13 (Thirteen) floors high-rise concrete frame office structure, compliment with glazed curtain walls.
PLATEAU PROPERTY
S/N PROPERTIES ADDRESS LAND SIZE PROPERTY DETAILS
1 Property No. 45,46 & 48 Langfield Residential/ commercial layout, Bandang Area, Along Bukuru/Yakubu Gowon Express Way, Jos South LGA, Plateau State 2,975Sqm
Purpose built single storey (2 floors) of commercial block of lock up shops.

For further information and clarification please visit our website https://online.amcon.com.ng/disposals/ or email AMCON at amcon.disposals@amcon.com.ng.
Signed:
The Secretary, Asset Sale & Negotiation Committee
417 Tigris Crescent
Off Aguiyi Street
Maitama, Abuja.
This publication and process neither creates any commitment nor establishes any binding or legal obligation on the seller.
All cost incurred by prospective buyers as a result of responding to this advertisement and any subsequent request for information shall be on the prospective buyer’s account

EMBASSY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
GSO WAREHOUSE

THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA EMBASSY WILL CONDUCT AN AUCTION SALE OF USED FURNITURE, APPLIANCES AND VEHICLES AS FOLLOWS:
Venue: Plot 1129, Durumi District, Abuja (Beside the American international School).
Date of sales will be: April 28th 2017.
Property removal date: April 29th 2017.
Inspection & Viewing date: April 26 – 27, 2017.
Time: From 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
General Payment Terms
Full payment shall be made immediately after winning the bid or the item will be re-bid.
Payments can be made in any of the following ways:
Cash.
Debit card from UBA or any of the banks on Inters witch network.
Customers Note
(1) UBA will provide staff and resources to facilitate speedy payment Payments made in cash attract processing fee of N200 flat. Payments with debit cards attract charge of 0.75% of cost of item bid upon.
(2) All items are sold “as is” with no declaration made of serviceability. There will be “no returns” and “no refunds” made.
(3) A 40% down payment will be made on capitalized/high value items like generators and vehicles. The 60% balance payment must be made within 3 working days after winning the bid or the winner would forfeit the initial 40% deposit.
(4) Nigerian Customs Authority will collect custom duty for every lot won. Buyer shall bear full responsibility for payment of custom duty. No item shall be released to the buyer without proof of custom duty payment.
(5) Inspection and viewing will be allowed on April 26 and 27, 2017 from 9:00am – 3:00pm each day.
(6) Items purchased are expected to be removed from the Embassy compound after all payments are concluded – Property removal date April 29th 2017.
Note Procedure for payment: Bank Embassy Officials Customs
Final signature.

EVIDENCE ACTION
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL: INDEPENDENT MONITORING OF PROGRAM ACTIVITIES DURING SCHOOL-BASED MASS DEWORMING PROGRAM IN 12 AND 22 LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREAS (LGAS) OF CROSS RIVER AND RIVERS STATE

PLEASE REVIEW THE DETAILED SCOPE OF WORK:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1cjcU413iyd8SFJAN3xaRHXGaWIp7Z_8KfgB5Q9Jdhk/edit
(1) OVERVIEW OF THE SCHOOL-BASED DEWORMING PROGRAM
Parasitic worm infections are common in Cross River and Rivers States, hindering children’s health and wellbeing. Evidence Action provides technical assistance to the state government for its integrated Neglected Tropical Disease (NTD) control program, including large-scale school-based deworming for soil transmitted helminthiases (STH) and schistosomiasis. The school-based deworming in 12 (Cross River) and 22 (Rivers) endemic LGAs will be implemented in the first and third week of June 2017 in primary and junior secondary schools.
The main deworming will be implemented for one day (Tuesday, May 30 in Cross River and Tuesday, June 20) targeting children aged 5-14 years; a ‘mop-up’ day (Thursday June 1 in Cross River and Thursday June 22 in Rivers) will follow shortly after to treat children who were missed. Deworming medicine will be administered in schools by trained teachers.
(2) OVERVIEW OF INDEPENDENT MONITORING FOR THE SCHOOL-BASED DEWORMING PROGRAM
Evidence Action seeks an independent team to monitor deworming activities, evaluate whether key processes are performed correctly, and verify accuracy of data reported by schools.
Independent monitors will help to monitor processes before, during, and after deworming days and performance by validating the reported coverage data. They will fill out observational checklists at training sessions and deworming days; conduct interviews in a random sample of schools and communities; and conduct register reviews and “spot checks” of the forms filled out by program implemented. The monitoring firm will collate data during all these activities without analysing it but will write a field report as detailed in the Scope of Work linked above.
(3) QUALIFICATIONS OF MONITORS AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR PROPOSAL SUBMISSION
Evidence Action seeks a survey agency to provide independent monitors to carry out the monitoring activities in primary and junior secondary schools, across the 12 and 22 LGAs in Cross River and Rivers respectively, targeted by the school-based deworming program. Independent monitors will be trained by Evidence Action and deployed to a sample of training workshops and schools. Data will be captured using android phones loaded with survey questionnaires, enabling submitted data to be accessed in real time. At minimum, monitors must possess:
(1) At least a BSc in biological or social science background from a recognized university
(2) Familiarity with Cross River or Rivers state and fluency in either Cross River languages (Efik, Ejagbam or Bekwarra) or Rivers languages (Kalahari, Ekpeye, Ogoni, Ikwere, Okrika, Engeli, Ogba-Egbema-Ndoni, Etche, Abuan).
(3) Previous experience with questionnaire-based surveys, community work related to public health programs, and able to pass the post-training test
(4) Availability for full 3-day monitors’ training and entire duration of the assigned monitoring exercises
(5) Willingness to travel to select training workshops and LGAs
(6) Familiar with electronic data collection using Open Data Kit (ODK) platform.
(7) Ability to comply with the estimated project timelines below:
Program Milestone
Cross River Rivers
Independent monitors master trainers /supervisors training May 22-24
Data enumerators training May 8-13 June 1-3
Teacher training observation June 15-19 June 12-13
Pre deworming day /community sensitization & mobilization observation May 29 June 19
Main school deworming day May 30 June 20
Mop-up deworming day June 1 June 22
Data audit June 5 June 27
Submit first draft of field report June 15 July 7
Note:
In the event of changes in the above dates, Evidence Action will update the firm accordingly.
• Firms interested and able to provide the required technical and logistical support are invited to submit a proposal which includes:
• Summary of previous experience of conducting electronic data collection (preferable using open data kit) for field-based surveys in Nigeria
• Summary of prior experience of key personnel
• Detailed Quality Assurance Quality Control (QAQC) plan
• Description of how data will be collected
• Detailed budget, containing costs associated with training of personnel, field work (i.e., travel, per diems, etc.), data analysis and reporting, project management, and any others required for completion of the scope of work.
Submit proposals to frank.yawon@evidenceaction.org by Wednesday, April 28, 2017.
Submissions will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

NIGERIAN AGIP OIL COMPANY LIMITED
OPERATOR OF NNPC/NAOC/OOL JOINT VENTURE

RC 2974
TENDER OPPORTUNITY: MUD AND BRINE ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR NAOC LAND AND SWAMP DRILLING, COMPLETION, RIGLESS AND WORKOVER OPERATIONS
NIPEX TENDER NO. 10000000868
(1) INTRODUCTION
The Nigerian Agip Oil Company limited (NAOC) has a requirement to issue MUD AND BRINE ENGINEERING contract for the Scope of Work identified below on NAOC land and swamp area wells for two (2) years firm period each plus one (1) year optional extension.
NAOC therefore invites submissions for the purpose of technical evaluation from suitable and reputable companies having the capability and experience to undertake the under defined scope of work:
(2) SCOPE OF WORK
The work will comprise of Mud and Brine Engineering services for drilling, completion, workovers and rigless operations of NAOC wells in land and swamp areas.
• As a mandatory requirement, the Supplier shall have the under listed basic capability/materials/logistic to qualify for consideration
• Drilling and completion fluid management and associated services including but not limited to design, mixing, testing and treatment with all items, ancillary and optional equipment. Preparing of special items, e.g. lost circulation pills, stuck-pipe pills, etc., as and when required;
• Furnish all equipment, labour, materials and services. Supply timely on rig/well site all chemicals and additives required for mixing and maintaining the mud and completion fluids properties, inclusive supply of bulk barite and bentonite including but not limited to:
• Oil Base Mud chemicals and additives.
• Required environmentally friendly mud types (Esther, Olefin oil base muds or equivalent).
• Water Base Mud chemicals and additives.
• Required Spud-in mud and polymer mud types (glycol, silicate water base mud types or equivalent).
• Completion Fluids chemicals and
• Required additives and chemicals for completion/workovers of standard (light brine: Calcium Chloride, Potassium Chloride, inhibitor, etc.) and high pressure wells (heavy brine: Calcium Bromide or equivalent).
• Bulk: Supply of Base Oil, Calcium Carbonate, Barite and Bentonite.
• Provision of logistic support: Required facilities for mixing, treating, storing, transferring and transportation of liquids and powdered bulk products. Required Supply Base in Port Harcourt, Warri and storage facilities at ONN E FOT shore base.
• Provision of all personnel and engineering support required performing the Work effectively and efficiently.
• Provision of a mud lab and mud testing facilities, equipment and instruments;
Failure to meet any of these requirements shall lead to outright disqualification.
CONTRACTOR shall conform to ISO 9000 series International Standard. All the activities shall be carried out with minimum impact on the environment and maximum care of health and safety of all concerned, directly or indirectly, with the activities.
(3) MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS
(1) To be eligible for this tender exercise, interested contractors are required in the Product/Service category – Mud and Brine Engineering services (3.01.15) in the NipeX Joint Qualification System (NJQS) database. All successfully pre-qualified suppliers in this categories will receive Invitation to Technical Tender (ITT).
(2) To confirm 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.
(3) If you are not listed in a product/service category but 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 necessary update.
(4) To initiate the JQS pre-qualification process, access http://www.nipex-ng.com to download an application form, make necessary payments and contact NipeX office for further action.
(5) To be eligible, all tenders must comply with the Nigerian Content requirements in the NipeX system.
(4) NIGERIAN CONTENT
Bidders are invited to express complete understanding, willingness and commitment to comply with the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content Development (NOGICD) Act, 2010 and. Insurance ACT 2003 Consequently, bidders’ submissions shall be evaluated strictly with the minimum evaluation criteria defined in the NOGICD Act.
The documentation for evaluation shall include but not be limited to the following:
(1) Demonstrate that the entity is a Nigerian indigenous company, Provide details of its Ownership Structure. Submit certified true copies of CAC form (C02 and C07) including Memorandum and Article of Association. Including evidence of being registered on the NCDMB NOGICJQS.
(2) Provide description of in-country committed infrastructure (asset, equipment, technical office, and administrative space, storage, workshop, assembly area, repair, and laboratory, testing, etc) in Nigeria (offices, equipment etc) to support this contract.
(3) Demonstrate in-country sourcing of the base raw materials and chemicals.
(4) Provide evidence of ownership of blending, testing and laboratory facility in Nigeria or MOA with in-country owners of such facility.
(5) Demonstrate in accordance with the NOGICD Act 2010, a minimum of 90% in-country spend as specified in the Schedule A for this service, NCEC approval for this product and service category.
(6) Provide description of Project-specific training, man-hour, budget, skill development and understudy plan for Nigerian personnel in key areas, In line with NCD Human Capacity Development Initiative.
(7) Provide evidence of being AMAPOB member or Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the AMAPOB SUPPLIER OF BARITE AND BENTONITE.
NOTE: Non-compliance with Nigerian content requirements is a FATAL FLAW
(5) CLOSING DATE
Only tenderers who are registered with NJQS in the Product/Service Category: Mud Engineering services (3.01.15) as at 4th May, 2017 by 4:00pm being the advert closing date shall be invited to submit Technical Bids.
Please visit the NipeX Portal at http://www.nipex-ng.com for this Advert and other additional information.
This advertisement of “Tender Opportunity” shall not be construed as a commitment on the 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.
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