KATSINA STATE GOVERNMENT
THIRD NATIONAL FADAMA DEVELOPMENT PROJECT (FADAMA III AF)
CREDIT NO.: 52930-NG
STATE FADAMA COORDINATION OFFICE
(MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCES)
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (EOI) FOR RECRUITMENT OF ADVISORY SERVICES AND INPUT SUPPORT CONSULTANT
The Federal Government of Nigeria has received a credit from the International Development Association (IDA) to finance the cost of the Third National Fadama Development Project (Fadama III AF) and intends to apply part of the proceeds of this credit to payments under the contract for the Recruitment of Advisory Services and Input Support Consultant (ASIC).
The State Fadama Coordination Office (SFCO) now invites eligible consultants to indicate their interest in providing this service. Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services. Consequently, the Consultant should submit along with their EOI documentary evidence to show:
• General qualifications (MSc. Agronomy or any other related Agricultural Management Courses);
• Description of similar assignments;
• Nature of the assignments, locations and dates; and
• Any other relevant information.
Terms of Reference for Engaging Advisory Services and Inputs Consultants
Lessons learnt from the implementation of the Fadama series showed that the relevance of the Advisory Services is so critical to the success of the project. However, further analysis of the achievements revealed that this sub-component is more critical in the Fadama III AF and the risks of not delivering the project expectation are high. These risks which comprise of collusion, under usage of inputs, mis-application of inputs, late/quick response time, poor understanding/uptake of new technology, inaccurate documentation of farm size and yield/output etc., would be better mitigated by engaging an Advisory Services and Inputs Consultant (ASIC) who would help put the project on a sound foundation upon which success/result could be guaranteed.
The ASIC would be attached to 1 Production Cluster (PC) with all its constituent Production Groups (2 -10) PGs covering between (20-150) ha for Sorghum and Tomato having between (5-100) ha, and s/he is to raise red flags to draw the attention of the SFCO to critical issues that would militate against the project objective of ramping up production, increasing productivity and sustainably increasing the income of the farmers.
The main objective of engaging the ASIC is to ensure the use of best agronomic practices and delivery of quality inputs with associated advisory services in order to meet the targeted output of the value chain crop in the right quantity, quality and agreed time of delivery to the identified markets. Specifically, the ASIC is expected to deliver on the following; s/he would ensure
(a) Quality of land preparation (including ascertaining the accuracy of farm size, slope management etc.);
(b) Quality of inputs delivered (including ensuring standard germination percentage of seed, quality offertilizer, agro-chemicals, nutrition issues etc)
(c) Application of the best cultural practices including planting, weeding, bird scaring etc. as recommended as well as climate smartcrop growth on the field.
(d) Quality pest and disease management.
(e) Harvested output meet the expected yield.
(f) All necessary on-farm processing is carried out to enhance value addition (where applicable)
(g) Quality and timely delivery to off-takers; and
(h) Submit periodic reports as described below
(a) Delivery of at least 85% of the expected outputs ( quality and timely) from clusters under his/hercoverage
(b) Four (4) mile-stone reports
(c) Detailed implementation completion report
(4) SCOPE OF WORK
Each ASIC is expected to cover a minimum of 1 PC with all its constituent PGs. It is envisaged that a duster will comprise of a minimum of (2 -10) PGs ranging between (20 -150) ha for sorghum and tomato has between (5 -100) ha. This implies that the respective ASICs will have varying number of days depending on the scope of coverage.
The ASIC is expected to be engaged on time based contract of 45 days spread over maximum period of 6 months. For any ASIC that will be engaged to cover a cluster with lower limit of (2 – 5) PGs, the number of days may be reduced proportionally. S/he shall sign time sheet to signify time spent during execution of the tasks. The farming calendar for the specific value chains would be used in determining the number of active days for each ASIC.
(6) REPORTING MILE-STONES AND PAYMENT SCHEDULE
(a) Delivery of inputs i.e. (Inception report highlighting the land preparation status and delivery of inputs quantities and qualities to the PG/PC).
(b) Tasseling/flowering i.e. (Detailed report on the crop development activities is submitted)
(c) Harvesting i.e. (Detailed report of the activities between flowering and harvesting)
(d) Delivery to off-takers i.e. (Completion report of the assignment that would include report of the final delivery of product to the off-taker by the PG/PC, general observations, conclusions and recommendations)
A minimum of MSc. in Agronomy and other related Agricultural Management courses, with minimum of 5 years working experience. Consultant with residence in close distance to the Production Cluster site will have an added advantage.
A consultant will be selected in accordance with the procedures set out in the World Bank’s Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers, May 2004 (revised October 2006, May 2010 and January 2011).
Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below from 0900 to 4:00 pm.
Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below by 31st May, 2017.
State Project Coordinator
State Fadama Coordination Office (SFCO)
Katsina State Agricultural and Rural Development Authority,
Tel No. 08036191999
Katsina State – Nigeria.
INSTITUTE FOR PEACE AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION (IPCR)
(MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS)
INVITATION TO PREQUALIFICATION FOR 2017 PROJECTS
Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution (IPCR) shall undertake the procurement of various Services under the Budget of the Federal Government of Nigeria.
(2.0) In Compliance with the Public Procurement Act 2007, the IPCR therefore invites interested professional consultants and corporate entities with relevant experience and good track record to submit prequalification documents for contracts in the under listed areas:
(A) Research and Development on Conflict Resolution
(B) Dissemination & awareness creation on early warning signs on conflicts and violence.
(C) Training on Risk Analysis and Mitigation
(D) Training and Economic Empowerment on Peaceful Co-existence. Tolerance and Mutual Accommodation
(E) Capacity building on Identification and Implementation of Conflict resolution tools.
(F) Strategies for preventing violent conflicts in communities.
(G) Post conflict peace building for sustainable development.
(3.0) MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS WITHOUT WHICH A BIDDER SHALL BE DISQUALIFIED:
Prospective bidders are required to submit the following documents:
(i) Certificate of incorporation/Evidence of Registration with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) Memorandum and Article of Association.
(ii) Current Pension Clearance Certificate from PENCOM
(iii) Evidence of Tax Clearance Certificate for the last three years (2014, 2015, 2016) corresponding to declared turnover.
(iv) Evidence of VAT Registration with TIN and past remittance for the last three years (2014, 2015, 2016)
(v) Evidence of Compliance Certificate in line with the provisions of Section 6 (1) (3) of the amended Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Act No. 19 of 2011.
(vi) Evidence of Contribution/Remittance of 1% of Annual Total Emolument accrued to members of staff of the company payable to ITF.
(vii) Evidence of Registration on the Database of Contractors. Consultants and Service Providers by inclusion of the Interim Registration Report (IRR) issued by BPP in line with the provision of Section 5 (h) of the PPA, 2007
(4.0) OTHER REQUIREMENTS
(i) Company Audited Account prepared by a reputable Chartered Accounting firm for the last three years (2014, 2015, 2016) showing annual turnover.
(ii) Evidence of Technical Capability.
(iii) Verifiable list of similar jobs successfully executed in the last three years including letters of award and job completion certificate (please provide contact addresses of the clients who may be contacted for reference)
(iv) Evidence of Financial Capability to execute the Projects
(v) Company Profile and Technical qualification / curriculum vitae of key personnel with evidence of experience on similar consultancy jobs.
(vi) A sworn affidavit that none of the Directors or Consultants have been convicted in any court of any criminal offences and
(vii) A sworn Affidavit confirming that all information presented and attached are true and correct of the company and that no officer of the Commission is a former or present Director, Shareholder or has any pecuniary interest in the bidder.
(5.0) SUBMISSION OF PRE-QUALIFICATION DOCUMENTS:
(i) Interested contractors should submit their documents enclosed in a sealed tamper proof envelope addressed as follows:
Deputy Director Procurement, IPCR
To be dropped in the bid box at DG’s Conference Room
(ii) Closing time for all submissions is on or before 5th June, 2017, at 12 noon prompt. Late submissions shall not be entertained.
Opening of the received documents will commence at 12 noon, on 5th June, 2017, at the DGs Conference Room. All Intending Bidders and/or their representatives. Relevant Professional Bodies and NGOs are invited to witness the public opening exercise accordingly.
(7.0) PLEASE NOTE THAT:
(i) All CAC, VAT, PENCOM, ITF and Tax Certificate may be referred to the Security Agencies, Corporate Affairs Commission, Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), National Pension Commission and other relevant bodies for verification.
(ii) Only bidders successful at this stage will be invited for the next stage of the bidding process where applicable.
(iii) The Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution (IPCR) reserves the right to reject any or all the submissions that do not meet up with the requirements as specified.
(iv) The Evaluation of the received documents shall be strictly based on the requirements specified above.
(8.0) SPECIAL NOTICE
This publication is not invitation to tender but only successful pre-qualified consultants would be required to tender for the projects. Nothing in this advertisement shall be construed to be a commitment on the part of Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution (IPCR) to undertake the projects or entitle any tenderer to make any claim(s) incurred in preparing the pre-qualification documents. Non- qualified entities need not apply.
Deputy Director Procurement
DELTA STATE GOVERNMENT
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR THE ENGAGEMENT OF FINANCIAL ADVISOR FOR THE SALE OF DELTA STATE GOVERNMENT’S EQUITY INTEREST IN DELTA ELECTRIC POWER LIMITED (OWNER/DEVELOPER OF 128MW OGHAREKI IPP)
The Delta State Government wishes to inform the general public of the rescheduled date of bidding for Expression of Interest on the above subject.
The advertisements were published in Thisday Newspaper on 3rd April, 2017 while Vanguard and Pointer Newspapers were published on 4th April 2017 which had a deadline for submission and opening of bids on 21st April 2017 and 24th April 2017 respectively.
Consequently, the date for the opening of bids has been postponed to Friday 19th May, 2017. Hence all received submission will be open for bidding at 10:00am on the said date in the office of the Commissioner for Finance.
All other information in the previous publications, remain valid.
Ministry of Finance
THE ADVERT REFERRED TO ABOVE IS SHOWN BELOW:
DELTA STATE GOVERNMENT
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR THE ENGAGEMENT OF FINANCIAL ADVISOR FOR THE SALE OF DELTA STATE GOVERNMENT EQUITY INTEREST IN DELTA ELECTRIC POWER LIMITED (OWNER/DEVELOPER OF 128MW OGHAREKI IPP)
(1.1) The Delta State Government ( DTSG ) wishes to sell all or a majority of its interest in Delta Electric Power Limited (DEPL) – the owner/developer of the Oghareki Independent Power Plant (IPP) located in Oghara, Delta State, to a strategic/financial investor(s) in the power 5ector (the Transaction ).
(1.2) DTSG intends to appoint a suitable and qualified consultant Financial Advisor to provide advisory services in respect of the aforementioned sale and to assist with the timely conclusion of the Transaction.
(2.1) DEPL is a private limited liability company fully owned and established by the Delta State Government as a vehicle to promote the development and operation of power assets in Delta State for the benefit of the state populace. The Oghareki IPP is a Greenfield power plant with dual-fuel gas turbine units developed on a simple cycle basis. DEPL is currently seeking a strategic/financial investor(s) to complete the installation and operation of the Oghareki IPP.
The power plant is located at Oghareki in Ethiope West Local Government Area of Delta State, which is situated approximately 25km from the Benin-Sapele-Warri Expressway. The plant is to be run using Rolls Royce designed Trent 60 WLE Phase IV type, an advanced aero derivative gas turbine. Each Turbine has the capacity to deliver up to 64MW of electric power in simple cycle service at 42 per cent efficiency.
(3) Scope of Work and Services
(3.1) The successful Consultant shall amongst other be responsible for the following:
(i) Conducting Financial/Legal/Technical due diligence as well as other work necessary to conclude the Transaction.
(ii) Working with DTSG to assess and determine any outstanding payments due to the existing project contractor and ensuring that such payments, if any, are settled by DTSG as part of the sale prior to or at Transaction closure.
(iii) Determining the optimal sale price by way of an extensive valuation process, provided that DTSG shall reserve the right to approve the final sale price.
(iv) Engaging in market assessment to determine investor appetite and appropriate terms to execute the Transaction.
(v) Arranging meetings with potential investors with the purpose of engaging the buyer/investor for the eventual sale of DTSG s interest in DEPL.
(vi) Working with DTSG in securing the mandatory statutory approvals or permits from relevant regulatory authorities necessary to conclude the Transaction.
(vii) Coordinating all workstreams to reach a timely sales agreement sign-off and financial close on the Transaction.
(3.2) Interested Parties are hereby invited to submit a Technical and Financial proposal including an estimate of fees, billing and payment arrangements and a comprehensive work-plan as described below:
(3.2.1) Technical Proposals
The Technical Proposals submitted should provide the following information:
(i) Provide comments with a view to improving the effectiveness and efficiency of carrying out the Transaction to meet the objectives of DTSG;
(ii) Specify general approach, methodology, work-plan and timeline proposed for carrying out the services within the required time schedule, to an accepted industry standard and quality; and
(iii) Provide the name, background and summary CV of the key staff and experts to be assigned for providing the proposed services.
(3.2.2) Financial Proposals
The Financial Proposals should include the fees associated with the Transaction as well as payment milestones and projected expenses (reimbursable or otherwise). The Financial Proposal should show in detail:
(i) A breakdown of all time-based rates for your institution s professionals utilized on the Transaction;
(ii) An estimate of the total cost of the services, and your fee estimate based on the scope of work and deliverables;
(iii) Proposed payment milestones and terms.
Please note that DTSG would prefer a predominantly success based fee structure.
4.0 Application Procedure
Submitted documents will be opened, screened and assessed. Thereafter, shortlisted companies will be asked to proceed to the next stage, which will be negotiations with the State Government.
(5.0) Submission Requirements
(5.1) Any interested company solely, or jointly in consortium with other companies is eligible to make submissions, provided the consortium has clearly indicated one member as the Lead Member, and support that with a Power of Attorney
(5.2) EOI submissions should contain the following:
(a) Copy of Company Registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) with Form C02 as well as Company Profile giving firms ownership, management structure and Operational Capabilities.
(b) Financial status including firm s audited accounts for the last 3 years.
(c) Copies of company registration for value added tax (VAT).
(d) Previous experience in similar projects handled within the last five (5) years and any other document that can affirm capability.
(6.0) Submission of Expression of Interest
(6.1) Submission Packaging
Expressions of Interest submissions should be made in One (1) original, two (2) hard copies and One (1) Soft Copy. The envelope should be sealed and marked with the following text at the top left hand corner:
DO NOT OPEN
Expression of Interest to act as Financial Advisor to the Delta State Government for sale of all or majority interest in delta electric power limited.
It should be addressed to:
The Permanent Secretary,
Ministry of Finance
Asaba, Delta State
(6.2) Electronic submissions should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
(7) Deadline for submission
(7.1) EOI should be sent not later than 5:00pm (Nigerian time) on 21th April, 2017.
(7.2) All received submissions will be opened at 9:00am on Monday 24th April, 2017. All companies that make submissions may attend at their own cost.
(7.3) Only submissions received before the deadline will be considered.
(7.4) Proposals should be valid for at least 90 days from the date of submission and during such validity period, the firm should undertake to maintain without change, the proposed staffing (including named personnel) and the commercial conditions.
Clarification or requests for further information can be made in writing to the officer listed below before the deadline for submission of EOI.
(8.0) Selection Process
The Evaluation Committee shall assess submissions based on a series of criteria including competence, experience and track record and shall determine those who qualify to participate in further negotiations with the State Government.
(9.0) Exception Clause
This invitation for EOI does not in any way oblige DTSG to any particular interested firm(s). DTSG is also not responsible for any cost incurred by any interested company in the course of responding to this request for expression of interest (EOI).
Ministry Of Finance
THE GOVERNMENT OF KADUNA STATE
KADUNA STATE PUBLIC WORKS AGENCY
KABALA COSTAIN, KADUNA
GENERAL PUBLIC PROCUREMENT NOTICE
The Kaduna State Public Works Agency (KAPWA) is currently undertaking the reconstruction and upgrading of roads and drainages in Kaduna, Zaria and Kafanchan Metropolis and in other urban centres in the state
In pursuance of this mandate, the Agency intends to bridge its resource gap by procuring certain critical construction resources from competent entities, corporate and/ or individuals, doing business in the construction industry.
1.0 CATEGORIES OF PROCUREMENT
In accordance with the construction industry practice, the Agency has categorized the relevant procurement resources into the following: –
(A) Plant and Equipment (Hiring)
Hiring of construction equipment, namely:
(i) Bull Dozers
(iv) Vibratory Rollers
(vi) Chippings Spreaders
(vii) Bitumen Sprayer
(viii) Tippers and other Haulage Vehicles
(ii) Hollow Sandcrete Blocks
(iii) Concrete kerbs
(iv) Quarry Materials (Gravels, Stone Dust, Sharp Sand, Soft Sand, etc)
(v) Road Surfacing Materials (Asphalt, MCI, S125, Rs1 Bitumen, Coalers, etc)
(vi) Concrete rings 600-1000mm diameter
(vii) Concrete slabs of 600mm by 1100mm
(i) Fuel-AGO (Diesel), PMS (Petrol), Transmission Oil & Engine Oil.
(ii) Spare parts for equipment and vehicles
(iii) Other consumable stores
(D) Skilled Labour
Trade Tested Artisans
(v) Equipment Operators- Payloader, Bulldozer, Grader, Roller.
(vi) Vehicle Drivers
(vii) Any Other Skilled Labour
(E) Any other necessary procurement that may arise in the course of carrying out the various works.
2.0 REGISTRATION OF SUPPLIERS OF MATERIALS, VENDORS OF GOODS AND SERVICES AND EQUIPMENT.
In compliance with the relevant provisions of Kaduna State Public Procurement Law, the Agency wishes to invite all interested persons, corporate or individual, to apply for registration as suppliers, vendors and equipment lessors under all or any of the categories listed in paragraph two (2) above.
Application for registration shall be accompanied with the following documents arranged in this order and paginated:
(1) Certificate of Registration with the Corporate Affairs Commission (for corporate entities)
(2) Form CAC 2 (shareholders) and CAC 7 (Particulars of Directors) of the company.
(3) Evidence of current Tax Clearance Certificates for 2014, 2015, 2016.
(4) Evidence of Tax Identification Number (TIN) .
(5) Current Certificate of Registration with the Kaduna State Tenders Board.
(6) Current Registration of Business Premises with Kaduna State Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism.
(7) Evidence of Registration with FIRS, KADIRS, VAT Registration and Remittances.
(8) Comprehensive Profile of Applicant.
(9) Name and Address of at least three (3) previous clients who could be contacted for references.
(10) Any other information that would be relevant.
All applications for registration shall be submitted on or before 31st May, 2017. Any application received after the closure of the submission shall be rejected. The documents shall be submitted in a sealed envelope addressed to the office of:
The General Manager,
Kaduna State Public Works Agency,
No. 1, Market Road,
The registered documents shall be opened immediately after the closure of submissions in the presence of all interested parties and/or their representatives.
(a) The Agency shall verify all entries in the profile of companies applying for registration and any false entries or declaration will attract instant rejection of the company.
(b) This advertisement is only an invitation by the Agency to create a pool of suppliers, vendors and lessors for the purpose of placing orders for any relevant procurement.
(c) Based on true intent of sub-paragraph 6 (b) above, this advertisement shall not be interpreted or construed in any way whatsoever and by whosoever to be a commitment on the part of the Agency, nor shall it entitle the person or persons applying for registration to making claims whatsoever and howsoever, and/or seek indemnity from the Agency.
(d) The Agency, in compliance with the provisions of the Public Procurement Law, shall be fair and just to all applicants but it is not bound to register any applicant.
(e) The Agency reserves the right to vary, change or annul this notice at any time it deems appropriate without incurring any liabilities.
JIGAWA STATE GOVERNMENT
STATE UNIVERSAL BASIC EDUCATION BOARD (SUBEB)
(No: 3 Olusegun Obasanjo Way, Dutse, Jigawa State)
INVITATION TO TENDER
The Jigawa State Government through State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), Dutse wishes to invite interested bidders for Open Competitive Bid for construction of constituency projects across the eighteen (18) constituencies in the state.
The construction of one (1) block of two classrooms must comply with Due Process specifications and standards within the stipulated period
PREQUALIFICATION FOR TENDER
• Evidence of Incorporation/business name registration
• Certified true copy of Memorandum and Articles of Association
• Registration with State Works Registration Board
• Company Audited Account for last one year
• Tax Clearance for last three years
• Evidence of financial capacity and banking support.
• Technical qualification and experience of key personnel
• Evidence of similar project executed (at least three)
• List of equipment and technical capacity
• Annual turn over
• VAT registration and evidence of past remittance
• Evidence of citizenship (individual/corporate) of Jigawa State
• Alternative Bid are not permitted
• Submission of Bid must be received in sealed envelopes to be delivered by hand or registered mail, not later than 31st MAY, 2017 to the address below.
All bids should be addressed to the Secretary Tender Committee, State Universal Basic Education, No. 3 Olusegun Obasanjo Way, Dutse Jigawa State.
Note that Bid opening shall be performed on Wednesday 31st May, 2017 by 12:00 noon, at SUBEB Conference Room, Dutse Jigawa State, in the presence of bidders or their representatives.
The Jigawa State Universal Basic Education Board reserved the right to reject late submission.
A complete set of bidding documents is in English and may be purchased by interested bidders on submission of written application to the address below and upon a payment of non-refundable fee of twenty thousand naira only (N20,000).
Financial Bids will not be assessed for failure to meet Technical requirement. No objection to bid in Jigawa state from state Due Process and Projects Monitory Bureau
A sworn affidavit certifying as follows
• That the documents submitted for the prequalification exercises are not only genuine but correct.
• That none of the directors of the company has been convicted by any court of law.
• That none of the officers of Jigawa State Local Government is a present or former director of the company.
Garba G. Makama
Director Planning Research and Statistics
Secretary Tender Board
FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OYE-EKITI
INVITATION TO TENDER
The Federal University Oye-Ekiti, Ekiti State in compliance with the Public Procurement Act 2007 hereby invites qualified and interested contractors / suppliers to submit tender for the following projects to be financed from 2017 Internally Generated Revenue. (IGR)
Lot 1 Procurement of vehicles
Lot 2 Procurement of office equipment
Lot 3 Proposed completion of Paint House building
Lot 4 Proposed construction (extension) of University Fencing and Gatehouse
Lot 5 Proposed rehabilitation and linking of two existing substations (33KV Network, 500KVA.33/0.415KV substation and 11KV Network, 300KVA.11/0.415KV substation) at Ikole Campus
Lot 6 The University is also inviting submission of Expression of Interest (EOI)from interested Facility Managers for engagement by the University.
(3.0) MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR BIDDERS
Interested contractors are to submit the following:
(i) Evidence of Company registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (C.A.C) (Certificate of Incorporation of the Company)
(ii) Evidence of Certified true copy of Memorandum and Article of Association with forms C.A.C. 02 and C.A.C. 07 inclusive (where applicable)
(iii) Evidence of Company’s Current Tax Clearance Certificate for the last three (3) years (2014, 2015 and 2016).
(iv) Evidence of Compliance Certificate with provision of section 6 (1) (3) of the amended Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Act No. 19 of 2011.
(v) Evidence of Current Pension Clearance Certificate in compliance with the Amended Pencom Reform Act 2014
(vi) Evidence of Registration of the Company with Bureau of Public Procurement / BPP National Database (Interim Registration Report).
(vii) Audited Accounts and Financial Statement for the last three years 2014, 2015 and 2016, duly stamped by licensed Auditors.
(viii) Evidence of financial capability to execute contract and bank reference/ bank guarantee and the statement of account in the last 6 months will form part of the evaluation criteria.
(ix) Comprehensive company profile with Curriculum Vitae of key personnel including registered office, functional contract, email address and telephone numbers.
(x) Evidence of successful execution of similar job in the last three years including letter of award, Certificate of Completion, Contract Agreement and Certified Payment.
(xi) In respect of Lot 3, 4 and 5, evidence of registration of the key personnel of the company with relevant statutory professional regulatory bodies, as applicable, COREN, ARCON, QSRBN, and CORON.
(xii) Contractors should submit sworn Affidavit expressing:
(a) That they possess the legal capacity to enter into procurement contract
(b) That they are not in receivership, the subjects of any form of insolvency or bankruptcy proceeding or subject of any form of winding up petition or proceedings.
(c) That they do not have on their board any director who has been convicted in any country for any criminal offence relating to fraud or financial impropriety or criminal misrepresentation or falsification of facts relating to any matter.
(d) Disclosing whether or not any officer of the procurement planning committee or Tenders Board of the Federal University Oye-Ekiti is a former or present director, shareholder or has any pecuniary interest in the organisation and confirm that all information presented are true and correct. Information supplied shall be duly verified.
(3) Collection of Tender documents
Interested tenders for Lot 1 to Lot 5 are requested to collect Tender documents from Procurement Unit, Mini Campus, Federal University Oye-Ekiti on presentation of the photocopy of Treasury receipt of the University upon payment of the sum of N10,000 (Ten Thousand Naira only) in Certified bank draft in favour of Federal University, Oye-Ekiti.
(4) Submission of Tender documents.
(a) The documents are to be submitted in 5 copies in A4 paper size and neatly bounded. The document should be arranged in the order listed under mandatory requirements for bidders above and clearly separated by dividers.
(b) The documents (hand-delivered not by courier) shall be submitted in a sealed envelope with the Lot name clearly written at the top left hand corner of the envelope and addressed to Director Procurement, office of the Vice-Chancellor, Federal University Oye-Ekiti, Ekiti State.
(5) The deadline for the submission of the tender documents and expression of interest is 28th June, 2017 at 12 noon and the opening of the documents shall commence immediately after the deadline at Faculty Conference Room, Faculty of Science, Main Campus, Phase II, Federal University Oye-Ekiti, Ekiti State. Representatives of companies submitting tender documents are expected to be present at the opening of the documents.
(6) General Information
(a) The participation in the bid process does not guarantee any person the right to be selected or awarded any contract.
(b) That by the submission of tender documents, the University is neither committed nor obliged to award any contract to any contractor/supplier.
(c) That the advertisement for invitation to tender should neither be misconstrued as commitment on the part of the University, nor should it entitle any contractor / firm to make any charms whatsoever and / or seek any indemnity from the University.
(d) The University reserves the right to reject any or all bids of interest and to terminate the procurement process at any time without any liability to the University.
(e) Any bid submitted after the closing time and date shall not be considered.
(f) If at any time during the procurement construction process, it is discovered that the submission made by any contractor is invalid / fake, the contractor will be automatically disqualified and the investment made so far in the project will be automatically voided.
(g) Tender documents submitted late shall not be opened in line with section 27(5) of the Public Procurement Act 2007.
(h) Submitted tender documents should be type-written in English Language and signed by an officer authorized by the bidder, prices quoted should be in naira and kobo
Any further clarification on the invitation to tenders should be addressed to the Procurement Unit, Federal University Oye-Ekiti or through email@example.com and should reach him at least 10 days before the closing for the submission of the tenders.
Secretary University Tenders Board
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OF NIGERIA
BENIN-OWENA RIVER BASIN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
OBAYANTOR, BENIN CITY
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES
1.1 The Benin-Owena River Basin Development Authority (hereinafter referred to as “the Authority”), a Parastatal of the Federal Ministry of Water Resources, is desirous of executing water related projects. In compliance with the Public Procurement Act, 2007, the Authority hereby invites interested Consultants to submit Technical and Financial Bids for the implementation of her Capital Projects in the FY2016 Appropriation as follows:-
(A) CONSULTANCY SERVICES: EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI)
LOTS NO. DESCRIPTION OF WORKS
A2 (B) SUPERVISION OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF A COMPREHENSIVE EARTH DAM WATER SCHEME WORKS FOR OTUO AND DISTRICT IN OWAN EAST LGA, EDO STATE.
A3(B) SUPERVISION OF EROSION AND FLOOD CONTROL WORKS IN ISINBODE, EKITI EAST LGA, EKITI SOUTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT, EKITI STATE.
A4 FOR THE STUDY, DESIGN REVIEW AND APPRAISAL OF THE EXISTING ERUSU -ARIGIDI EARTH DAM AND IRRIGATION PROJECT IN AKOKO-NORTH-WEST LGA, ONDO STATE.
2.0 ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA:
Competent and interested companies with the requisite experience, equipment and plants, and desire to supervise the execution of these projects are required to duly register on the National Database of Federal Contractors, Consultants and Service providers at http://www.federalcontractors.bpp.ng and to subsequently submit their Firms’ Profiles (serially as itemized below, paginated and with table of contents) which must include but not limited to the following documents.
2.1 CONSULTANCY SERVICES (EXPRESSION OF INTEREST)
(a) Evidence of registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (C AC) by inclusion of photocopies of Certificate of Incorporation and Articles of Association,
(b) Evidence of registration on the National Database of Contractors, Consultants and Service Providers by inclusion of Interim Registration Report (IRR) (photocopy),
(c) Photocopy of the Last three (3) years Tax Clearance Certificate (2014, 2015 & 2016) with the Company’s Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN).
(d) Detailed Company Profile – For authentication purpose, photocopies of professional certificates of personnel must be signed and sealed by the holders,
(e) Evidence of experience in at least five (5) jobs of similar nature and complexity executed within the last five (5) years with verifiable photocopies of letters of contract award and certificates of job completion,
(f) Evidence of financial capability vide a Reference Letter from an acceptable reputable bank,
(g) A copy of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in case of Bidders in Joint Ventures (JV); Partners in JV must individually meet all eligibility criteria,
(h) Evidence of Personnel Capability including list of key Professionals, Curriculum Vitae of each professional and registration with professional bodies such as Architects Registration Council of Nigeria (ARCON), Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN), Council of Nigerian Mining Engineers and Geoscientists (COMEG) or Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN), etc,
(i) Photocopy of current Certificate of compliance from National Pension Commission (2016)
(j) Acceptable Quality Assurance/Quality Control Manual,
(k) Value Added Tax (VAT) Registration with Evidence of Remittances for the last three (3) years (2014, 2015 & 2016),
(l) Three (3) Years Audited Accounts (2014, 2015 & 2016) signed and sealed by a Licensed Registered Accountant and
(m) Current Industrial Training Fund (ITF) compliance Certificate (2016).
(n) Evidence of Registration of Firm with COREN.
(o) Clearance certificate of Nigerian Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF)
3.0 COLLECTION OF TENDER DOCUMENTS
Interested Consultants are to collect bidding documents between 9.00am and 3.00pm beginning from Monday, 15th May, 2017 from:
THE PROCUREMENT UNIT,
BENIN-OWENA RIVER BASIN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY,
KM.24, BENIN/SAPELE ROAD,
OBAYANTOR, BENIN CITY.
3.2 All terms and conditions in the collected Bidding Documents must be strictly adhered to, please.
4.0 SUBMISSION OF BIDS
4.1(a) Completed Technical Bids shall be submitted in Two hard copies accompanied with one Electronic copy (non-rewritable compact disk/DVD) in a sealed envelope and labelled “Technical Bid” with Bidder’s Name, “Project category and Lot Number” at the top right corner.
4.1 (b) Completed Financial Bids shall be submitted in Two hard copies accompanied with one Electronic copy (non-rewritable compact disk/DVD) in a sealed envelope and labelled. “Financial Bid” with Bidder’s Name, “Project category and Lot Number” at the top right corner.
4.1(c) The Technical Bid (4.1(a)) and Financial Bid (4.1(b)) should be enclosed in a larger envelope on which is indicated only the Project category and Lot Number at top right corner. This should be addressed to:
THE MANAGING DIRECTOR,
BENIN-OWENA RIVER BASIN
KM 24, BENIN/SAPELE ROAD, OBAYANTOR,
P.M. B. 1381, BENIN CITY.
And should be hand-delivered and receipted for at the Procurement Unit, Headquarters’ Complex, Benin-Owena River Basin Development Authority, Km 24, Benin/Sapele Road, Obayantor.
NOTE that only the two (2) inner envelopes should carry the bidder’s name.
4.2 All bids must be signed by an authorized signatory of the bidder(s). Any unsigned bids will be disqualified. The signature on the summary page of the financial bid must be directly below the quoted tender sum. The Tender Form must also be completed and signed by the Bidder(s).
4.3 The closing date for the submission of respective bids is on or before 12.00noon, Tuesday, 6th June, 2017.
4.4 Only firms whose technical bids fulfill the minimum requirements would have their financial bids considered for the next stage.
4.5 All documents submitted by bidders shall be subjected to due diligence checks in accordance with the Public Procurement Act 2007.
4.6 A bidder can only bid for ONE project
4.7 All inquiries should be directed to:
THE HEAD PROCUREMENT UNIT
BENIN-OWENA RIVER BASIN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY,
KM24, BENIN/SAPELE ROAD, OBAYANTOR,
P. M. B. 1381, BENIN CITY.
OR SECRETARY- 08035524056
5.0 DISCLAIMER AND CONCLUSION
5.1 This invitation is published for information purposes and does not constitute a commitment or obligation on the part of the Authority to enter into a contract.
5.2 The Authority shall not be responsible for any costs or expenses incurred by any interested party(ies) in connection with any response to this invitation and/or the preparation or submission in response to an inquiry.
5.3 The Authority is not bound to shortlist any bidder and reserves the right to annul the selection process at any time without incurring any liabilities and assigning any reason thereof.
HIGH COMMISSION OF INDIA (HCI), ABUJA
The High Commission of India (HCI), Abuja invites tenders for renovation/ painting work at the Embassy Residence, Maitama, Abuja.
Click this link Renovation_Painting_Work_at_the_Embassy_Residence- to view the tender document or Download from the following websites: http://www.bcindia-abuja.org , www.http://eprocure.gov.in/cppp , http://www.mea.gov.in
The sealed bids would be accepted from 16th May, 2017 until 5th June, 2017 (5:00pm). The bids will be opened on 06th June, 2017 at 4:00pm at the Chancery complex, HCI, Abuja
HCI, Abuja reserves the right to reject one or all the bids without assigning any reasons.
High Commission of India, Abuja