REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP): PROVISION OF SECURITY GUARD SERVICES
Further to this Request for Proposal (RFP) which appeared in the Guardian and Daily Trust newspapers of May 23, 2017, the guard service requirements to be provided by the security company is as follows:
LOCATION GUARD SUPERVISOR SENIOR GUARD GUARD TOUR
1 Abuja (Godab & Coscharis) 32 2 2 (Reception) 2
3 Adamawa 4 1 1
4 Akwa lbom + GF- 10 2 1
6 Anambra 4 1
r Bauchi 5 1
8 Bayelsa 5 1 1
9 Benin AHNi 5 1 1
10 Borno + IHANN 7 2 1
11 Borno Dikwa IHANN 8 2.
12 Borno Ngala IHANN 8 2
13 Cross River 7 2 1
14 Imo State Office (GF AHNi) 4 1 1
15 Jigawa 4 1 1
16 Kaduna State Office (GF AHNi) 4 1 1
17 Kano 6 1 1
18 Lagos (possibility of new location) 5 1
19 Oyo State Office (GF AHNi 4 1 1
20 Rivers + GF AHNi 10 2 2
Other conditions and requirements of the RFP remain the same.
THE ADVERT REFERRED TO ABOVE IS SHOWN BELOW
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP): PROVISION OF SECURITY GUARD SERVICES
Family Health International (FHI360) is a not-for-profit human development organization dedicated to improving lives in lasting ways by advancing integrated, locally driven solutions. Our staff includes expert in health, education, nutrition, environmental, economic devel¬opment, civil society, gender equality, youth, research, humanitarian services and technology – creating a unique mix of capabilities to address today’s interrelated development challenges. Our funding in Nigeria are from USAID and other donors. FH1360 is supporting the Government of Nigeria (GON) to enhance sustained cross-sectional integration of HIV/AIDS services by building Nigerian capacity to deliver sustainable high quality, comprehensive, prevention, treatment, care and related services in various states within Nigeria, Integrated Humanitarian Assistance to North Eastern Nigeria.
FHI360 Nigeria Country Office is hereby seeking proposal from interested and eligible security companies to provide security guard services for the Abuja Country Office and its State Offices across Nigeria. The contract period will be one year with the option to renew for additional one year.
(B.) Service Recruitment
(1.) The Security Company will provide the following guard services
LOCATION GUARD SUPERVISOR SENIOR GUARD GUARD TOUR
1 Abuja (Godab & Coscbaris) 1 2 2 (Reception) 2
3 Adamawa 3 1 1
4 Akwa lbom + GF 4 2 1
5 Anambra 6 1
7 Bauchi 7 1
8 Bayelsa 8 1 1
9 Benin AHNi 9 1 1
10 Borno + IHANN 10 2
11 Borno Dikwa IHANN 11 2
12 Borno Ngala IHANN 12 2
13 Cross River 13 2 1
14 Imo Stele Office (GF AHNi) 14 1 1
15 Jigawa 15 1 1
16 Kaduna State Office (GF AHNi) 16 1 1
17 Kano 17 1
18 Lagos (possibility of new location) 18 1
19 Oyo Stale Office (GF AHNi) 19 1
20 Rivers + GF 20 2 1
21 Rivers Stale Office (GF AHNi) 21 1
(2.) The operatives will operate a 24-bour work schedule in two shifts of 12 hours each
(3.) The company will provide fully literate, physically-fit healthy responsible, disciplined, competent in all respect and well trained security personnel to render day and night watch duties continuously in two shifts of 12 hours each (from 6:00am to 8:00pm)
(4.) The company will ensure strict compliance by personnel with all the rules, regulations, standing instructions or directives issued by FHI360 to advance the security arrangement for each protected premises.
(5.) Deployed Guard force will be supervised periodically by a patrol unit or supervisor will make periodic check/visits
(6.) A dairy record of attendance at the premises will be kept by the guard force in charge of the premises who will note in that record all irregularities or incidences discovered by them, their attendance at the premises and the security company will provide a written report to FHI360 any such irregularities or incidents within 24 hours of such incident (and if so required make He record available for inspection by FHI360 or the Police)
(7.) The security company is able to install and use an electronic guard patrol monitoring device on selected premises and ensures patrols are conducted with reports sent in real time
(C.) Selection Criteria
Please read this section carefully and be sure that all requested information is included in your submission. Evaluators will neither make assumptions nor draw inferences regarding missing or incomplete information. The submission of incomplete information could result in the rejection of proposal.
Proposals should be comprehensive and highlight how the bidding company intends to meet up with our requirements as stated above, in addition to clearly stating service costs and/or rates of commission, proposals should include the following;
(1.) Company Profile
(i.) Bidding security company should provide a list of clients (INGO’s, UN, Embassies preferred) with evidence of copies of contractu¬al documents
(ii.) Evidence of network across Nigeria, State number of branches with physical address of each location with company point of contact, email and telephone number of each location and head office
(iii.) Explain clearly other services your company specializes in
(2.) Registration Requirement
(i.) Evidence of registration with Corporate Affairs Commission
(ii.) Copy of Memorandum and Article of Association
(iii.) Copy of forms CAC2 and CAC7
(iv.) Copy of License to operate as Private Security or Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps
(v.) Evidence risk insurance against client assets as provided by the company
(3.) Financial Status
Provide evidence of financial standing and an updated audit report tor 2016, notarized by a chartered accountant
(4.) Emergency Response
(i.) Explain dearly your company capacity to respond in emergency situations, list the type of emergency situations and estimated time of response
(ii.) Does your company have 24 hours manned control room at base and provide verifiable company point of contract and telephone number tor this service?
(iii.) Explain clearly mechanism used to communicate with guards on duty for each of the location
(5.) Guard Force Quality
(i.) Provide requirements for guard recruitment in your company and include CVs of at least 10 Guards hired by your company and a copy of their employment letters.
(ii.) Provide any evidence of Guard training program being conducted for your guards
(iii.) Provide employment criteria for guards (causals, permanent, provide sample of contract agreement)
(iv.) Provide your company supervision plan for guards
(v.) Provide your guards working hours
(i.) Indicate each Security Company office location managing each of the proposed site to provide guard services list address and point of contact.
(ii.) Company must present evidence of similar services being provided in the proposed location, remote management of Guard force may not be ideal for this kind of service
(i.) Potential to use technology to support provision of Guard services such as CCTV. Guard Tour systems access control
(ii.) Sample of Guard tour reports to support previous use
(iii.) Able to supply security scanners at no additional cost to an proposed locations
(iv.) Able to generate and share relevant security related alerts/reports which could affect FHI360 activities in operational areas
(D.) Clarification and Submission of Proposal:
Bidders must submit request for any clarification and further information concerning this Request for Proposal (RFP) in writing via email to email@example.com, Tel: 09-4615555 not later than 4pm Tuesday 30th May, 2017.
Complete proposal including financial and technical documents must be submitted to a seated envelope and signed by authorized representative of the bidding company on or before 5pm Tuesday 6th June, 2017. Financial and Technical Proposal must be in two separate envelopes. Financial proposal should be in the following format: Company billing/invoicing per Guard per location clearly indicating actual remuneration per Guard. Envelope should be labelled “Provision of Security and Guard Services” end addressed to
The procurement Manager,
Family Health International (FHI360),
Plot 1073 JS Tarka Street, Garki Area 3,
Any proposal received by FHI 360 after the deadline for submission stated herein shall be rejected and returned unopened to the bidder
No proposal shall be modified after the deadline for submission of proposals. Facsimile (fax), e-mail documents or postmarked docu¬ments will not be accepted, issuance of this RFP in no way constitutes a commitment by FHI360 to award a contract. FHI 360 reserves the right to vary any part of this RFP at the time of award if it becomes necessary.
This procurement is funded by the US Agency for International Development (USAID) and is subject to the applicable Federal Acquisi¬tion Regulation (FAR) and AID Acquisition Regulations (AIDAR)
FHI360 is Value Added Tax (VAT) exempted, but charges Withholding Tax (WTH) in compliance with Relevant Nigerian laws.
THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OF NIGERIA
THIRD NATIONAL FADAMA DEVELOPMENT PROJECT (FADAMA III AF)
CREDIT NO.: 52930-NG
NATIONAL FADAMA COORDINATION OFFICE
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST FOR CONSULTANCY TO PRODUCE DOCUMENTARY ON SUCCESS STORIES OF FADAMA III ADDITIONAL FINANCING PROJECT
The Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) has received Additional Financing (AF) from the World Bank toward the cost of the Third National Fadama Development Project (Fadama III) and intends to apply part of the proceeds of this credit to payment for Consultancy on Production of Documentary on Success Stories of Fadama III AF.
The Project Development Objective (PDO) is to increase the incomes for users of rural lands and water resources within the Fadama Areas in a sustainable manner throughout the Recipient’s territory. The additional financing is fully dedicated to scaling up all the six components of the parent Project namely Component 1: Capacity Building, Communications and Information Support; Component 2: Small-Scale Community-owned Infrastructure; Component 3: Advisory Services and Support for Acquisition of Farming Inputs; Component 4: Support to the Agricultural Development Programs, Sponsored Research and On-Farm Demonstrations; Component 5: Matching Grant Facility for Assets Acquisition through groups; and Component 6: Project Management, Monitoring and Evaluation.
The consulting services (“the Services”) include producing documentary on the success stories of implementation of the Fadama III AF Project activities from the inception of project implementation to date more especially in the core States of Anambra, Enugu, Kano, Kogi, Niger and Lagos. The documentary will focus on the existing video clips, short documentary and other material already available in the core and production cluster States. The Consultant would visit some sites (where necessary) to obtain additional video materials that may be used for production of a complete 45 minutes video documentary on the project achievements. The documentary will be shared across wide range of actors and transmitted on national television. Detailed terms of reference can be obtained from the address below on request.
National Fadama Coordination Office (NFCO) now invites eligible consulting firms to indicate their interest in providing the services. Interested consulting firm should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the services. Such information to be submitted with Expression of Interest includes:
(i) Evidence showing a field of specialty of the Firm (Consultants Profile/brochure),
(ii) Evidence showing that the firm’s legal existence (Certificate of incorporation);
(iii) Evidence of having at least 5 years experience in TV production work related to social development issues;
(iv) Evidence on previous track record and experience in good quality script writing, translation and dubbing;
(v) Documentary evidence on experience of having produced good quality A-V Films
(vi) Evidence of having knowledge of and familiar with different formats/standards used in A-V industry. Have access to high quality equipment, including digital camera and digital editing facility.
For each previous project performed, the consultants shall provide the name and address of clients (Office, Email address and Phone Number), Date(s) of execution, Name(s) of Lead and Associate Firms, Contract amount and Financing sources.
The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank’s Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrower, Revised January 2011 setting forth the World Bank policy on Conflict of Interest. Consultant may associate with the firms in the form of joint ventures or a sub-consultancy to enhance their qualifications. A firm will be selected in accordance with the Consultant Qualifications (CQs) Selection Method set out in the Consultant Guidelines.
Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours (from 09 hours to 1600 hours) Monday through Friday (Except Public Holidays). Expression of interest with the required documents must be delivered in written form to the address below:
The National Project Coordinator
National Fadama Coordination Office
No. 1 Eldoret Close, Off Aminu Kano Crescent
Wuse II – Abuja.
Submission should be made (in person, or by mail, or e-mail) not later than 5.00 pm on June 06, 2017.
National Project Coordinator
Third National Fadama Development Project (Fadama III AF)
PLATEAU STATE UNIVERSITY, BOKKOS
NOTICE OF CHANGE IN DATE
RE: INVITATION FOR TECHNICAL AND FINANCIAL BID FOR THE YEAR 2013, 2014 AND 2015 MERGED TETFUND ENTREPRENEURSHIP INVTERENTION
This is to notify all intending contractors that the prequalification and opening of bids for the year 2013, 2014 and 2015 merged TETFund Entrepreneurship Intervention for Plateau State University, Bokkos, earlier scheduled for Wednesday 24th May, 2017 has been re¬scheduled as follows;
Date – Tuesday 6th June, 2017
Venue – Senate Chamber, Plateau State University Bokkos
Time – 12.00 noon Prompt
All the conditions in the previous advert still apply.
We sincerely apologise for any inconveniences that the change in Date might cause all our intending contractors.
Dinchi Stanley (Mrs.)
Head, Procurement Unit
THE ADVERT REFERRED TO ABOVE IS SHOWN BELOW
PLATEAU STATE UNIVERSITY, BOKKOS
INVITATION FOR TECHNICAL AND FINANCIAL BID FOR THE YEAR 2013, 2014, 2015 MERGED TETFUND ENTRPRENUERSHIP INTERVENTION
The Plateau State University Bokkos intends to execute the following projects:
1.1 DESCRIPTION AND SCOPE OF WORKS
LOT 1- PROCUREMENT OF AQUACULTURAL AND FISHERY ITEMS
LOT 2 – PROCUREMENT AND INSTALLATION OF MINI SHOE, GRANITE BED SHEET, FACTORY ITEMS
LOT 3- PROCUREMENT AND INSTALLATION OF MINI CARPENTARY FACTORY MACHINE ITEMS
LOT 4- PROCUREMENT AND INSTALLATION OF MINI ARC WELDING MACHINE AND TOOLS
In compliance with the Public Procurement Act, 2007, the University is therefore inviting reputable contractors with proven experience to submit both Technical and Financial bids for any of the above Lots.
The pre-qualification documents should be arranged in the following order:
(1) Evidence of Registration/Incorporation by the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC).
(2) Company’s tax clearance certificate for the preceding three (3) years i.e. 2014, 2015 and 2016.
(3) Current Evidence of payment of Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Employers’ Contribution.
(4) Certificate of compliance with Pension Reform Act 2014.
(5) Company’s audited accounts for the last three (3) years i.e. 2014, 2015, 2016, including annual turnover.
(6) Evidence of registration with Bureau for Public Procurement.
(i) Evidence of financial capability to execute the projects, Bank reference and a commitment to provide facility for the execution of the contract, if awarded.
(ii) Original Bank Statement for the past Twelve Months.
(iii) List of similar verifiable and successfully completed or on-going projects. Please enclose copies of letters of award, interim payment certificates and practical completion certificates if any.
(iv) Reference letters from at least three (3) previous clients of similar projects, satisfactorily completed.
(v) VAT registration with evidence of remittances for three (3) years (i.e. 2014, 2015 and 2016)
(vi) List of key Managerial, technical and administrative staff of the company. This should include names, qualifications, curriculum vitae and copies of certificates and professional certificates of registration.
(vii) List of equipment owned or to be hired by the company for the execution of the project (showing evidence of ownership).
(viii) A Sworn Affidavit indicating that ad documents submitted are genuine, verifiable and that, no officer of the University has a pecuniary interest or is a former or present Director or Shareholder in the Company.
(ix) Evidence of community social responsibility (if any). Please come along with original copies of all submitted documents for sighting on the day of opening of the pro-qualification documents. All claims are subject to verification. Please note that any false claims shall be ground for disqualification.
3.0 COLLECTION OF BIDS DOCUMENTS:
Pre-qualification and financial documents are to be collected in the Procurement Unit, Plateau State University, Bokkos from 11.00am on Monday 24th April, 2017, after the payment of a non- refundable processing fee of Thirty Thousand Naira (N30,000.00) only per Lot, by following the following steps:
(1) Contractors must have their Taxpayer Identification Number (State TIN) from the Plateau State Internal Revenue Service (PSIRS) or any of its branches. Note: Contractors that already have their state TIN can proceed to stage 2
(2) Go to the Plateau State Internal Revenue Service or any of its branches and generate a bill with “Reference Number” which would be used to make payment at the bank in favour of Plateau State University, Bokkos.
NO TE: While generating the E-bill/Reference number at the Plateau State Internal Revenue Service,
Contractor must clearly state the purpose of payment e.g indicating which Lot.
(3) Contractors should take the bill/reference number generated to the Bank to make Payment.
(4) At the Bank, the platform to make payment is called the “E-bill platform” after making the payment they would be given an evidence of payment at the bank which would be brought back to the University.
(5) At the University, the Bursary generates a receipt for the contractors after confirmation of payment and documentation is finally done at the Accounts Unit of the Bursary
(a) Go to any Bank and Present your Reference Number and indicate that you are making payment through E-billing platform
(b) Go to your online banking platform, search for E-Biller and make your payment using the e-bill/reference number generated at the Plateau State internal Revenue Service.
Kindly present the receipt of payment to /the Procurement Unit of the University for the collection of pre-qualification documents which Must be completed and submitted on or before 11.00am Wednesday 24th May, 2017.
4.0 SUBMISSION OF BIDS DOCUMENTS:
Pre-qualification and Bids documents should be bound, packaged and enveloped; indicating the name of company, Lot, telephone number and address of the company which should be clearly written on the reverse side of the envelope. All documents are to be addressed to:
The Head of Procurement Unit. Plateau State University, Bokkos and submitted in the Tender box provided in the Procurement Office, not later than 11:00am on or before Wednesday 24th May, 2017.
5.0 OPENING OF BIDS DOCUMENTS:
The pre-qualification and Bids documents will be opened on Wednesday 24th May, 2017 at 12:00pm in the Senate Chamber, Plateau State University, Bokkos. Representatives of companies are invited to attend the meeting for the opening of the pre¬qualification documents as stated above.
PLEASE NOTE THAT:
(1) Submission of pre-qualification documents to the Plateau State University, Bokkos is neither a commitment nor an obligation to award contract to any contractor or his agent.
(2) The Plateau State University, Bokkos reserves the right to reject any or all documents submitted at any time prior to prequalification or acceptance if the above stated procedure is not followed.
(3) The Plateau State University, Bokkos reserves the right to cancel the procurement proceedings at any stage m the public interest without incurring any liability to any firm.
(4) Arrange your pre-qualification documents for submission as it appears on the advert.
(5) Failure to comply with any of the above mentioned instructions may lead to outright disqualification.
ALAGBE RICHARD Procurement Officer
OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE GOVERNOR
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF THE STATE GOVERNMENT
CABINET OFFICE, BIRNIN KEBBI
This is to notify the general public that Kebbi State Government wishes to embark on the Completion of Abdullahi Fodio Central Mosque, Gwandu for the financial year 2017.
QUALIFICATION FOR BIDDING
All Companies /individuals interested in bidding for the project are to forward the underlined documents to the Department for screening:-
(a) Tax Clearance Certificate
(b) Tenders Board Registration Certificate
(c) Letter of Confirmation of applicants Bankers on having financial capacity to execute or provide service to that limit.
(d) Certificate of Incorporation of Companies /Consulting Firms
(e) Memorandum and Articles of Association
(f) Registration with Professional /Regulatory Bodies as would be applicable
Submission of Quotations
All contractors are to submit their quotations for the project should be submitted on or before 31st MAY, 2017 to the Department for appraisal and recommendation for the award of the contract.
Please note that the Ministerial Tenders Board reserves the right to reject any quotation (without assigning any reasons for the rejection)
Cabinet and Political Affairs Department
REQUEST FOR QUOTATIONS
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Nigeria invites quotations from qualified firms for the supply of the following items:
Lot A: Seeds
S/N Description of Input Brand/Type Quantity Remark
1. Millet Seeds Sossat – C88 (Ex Borno 3500 Kgs Packaged in 10Kgs
2. Sorghum Seeds ICSV111 KSV 4 (BES) 3500 Kgs Packaged in l0Kgs
3. Cowpeas Seeds (Beans) Borno Brown IT97K-568-18 7000 Kgs Packaged in l0Kgs
Lot B: Fertilizer and Agrochemical
S/N Description of input Brand/Type Quantity Remark
1. Fertilizer NPK 350 Bags Packaged in 50Kg bags
2. Herbicides Paraquat 30 cartons Carton of 1 litre/ 12 bottles.
3. Insecticide Cypermethrin 30 cartons Carton of 1 litre/ 12 bottles.
The details of the goods required can be found on the UNDP Procurement Notices Site: http://procurement-notices.undp.org/ with the heading:
UNDP SUB OFFICE/RESTORATION OF FARM-BASED LIVELIHOODS (AGRICULTURE AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION) 2017 – 001
All bids must be submitted to the email address specified in the RFQ downloadable from http://procurement-notices.undp.org/ and in the format specified.
All bids must be received latest by Midnight 29th May 2017.
It is the responsibility of bidders to ensure that all proposals are submitted as specified in the solicitation documents and at the time stipulated. Bids submitted outside the e-tendering platform will be rejected.
Please note that UNDP is exempt from all customs, duty and taxes and can provide documentation for same.
UNDP reserves the right to reject any or all bids sent to this Request for Quotation and reserves the right to split awards for any of the items and place separate or multiple orders.
Any award resulting from this RFQ will be subject to UNDP General Terms and Conditions available at the UNDP Global Website http://www.undp.org.
This RFQ does not amount to a commitment on the part of the UNDP either financially or otherwise
INVITATION FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR THE PROVISION OF SECURITY DOGS AND RELATED SERVICES FOR NIGERIA LNG LIMITED
Nigeria LNG’s Plant Complex is located on Bonny Island, Rivers State, Nigeria. It consists of six natural gas liquefaction trains with a total capacity of 22 million tons of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and 5 million tonnes of Natural Gas Liquids (NGL) per annum, with associated gas receiving and treating facilities, utilities (Electrical power generation, Water, Air, Nitrogen etc.), support infrastructure (offices, residential accommodation, school, hospital, airstrip etc.), as well as product storage tank, and marine terminals comprising loading jetties and a tug boats berth at the company’s plant complex on Bonny island for product export purposes and, materials and passenger movement jetties.
As part of its business continuity strategy, the company wishes to enter into agreement with a 3rd party for the purpose of providing Security Dogs and Associated Support Services in all its operations locations.
The work scope includes the provision of support services, tools and equipment necessary for managing the security dogs, kernels and other applicable requirements as follows:
(i.) Provision of Trained Guard and Search Dogs
(ii.) Provision of Certified Kennel Supervisors
(iii.) Training of Company Kennel Supervisor
(iv.) Training of Dog Handlers and Kennel Assistants in Dog Maintenance
(v.) Advisory services on the Operational use of Dogs and Kennel Resources within company facilities.
NLNG hereby invites interested companies (local and foreign) with known or verifiable track record and experience in Security Dogs support services to submit an expression of interest for this service.
Interested companies are required to respond to this invitation with the following information/ documents for consideration:
(1.) Copy of company profile reflecting the firm’s ownership, management structure, business concept, operational capabilities, experienced key personnel etc.
(2.) Evidence of Firm’s corporate registration with relevant professional bodies.
(3.) Verifiable evidence showing track record and experience of similar facilities/ industrial areas, successfully completed / on-going (e.g. letter of award certificate of completion, contract agreement and payment certificate) with contacts (phone and e-mails) within the last 5 years.
(4.) Current Tax Clearance Certificate (2013, 2014, 2015)
COMPLIANCE WITH NIGERIAN CONTENT (NOGICD ACT 2010)
The Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content Development (NOGICD) Act 2010 supports and details expected Nigerian Content deliverables within contracts in the Nigerian Oil & Gas industry.
NLNG is committed to building a better Nigeria and the development of the Nigeria Oil & Gas business in compliance with the Nigerian Content Act 2010 for Nigerian Content Development.
As this may eventually lead to a Contract, interested companies shall make considerations to comply with the relevant provisions of the Nigerian Content Act that relate to this project. Interested companies to note that there shall be approved Nigerian Content Plan (which are covered in the Schedule of the Act) to be specified during the actual tender stage.
General Nigerian Content Requirements
Companies responding to this advertisement are required to submit the following in compliance with the Nigerian Content Act, 2010:
(1.) Documentation to demonstrate that the entity is a Nigerian-registered owned company. Submission of 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.
(2.) Evidence of registration with NCDMB’s NOGIC JQS.
(3.) A plan for giving first consideration to services provided within Nigeria with a list of work packages, third party services and subcontracts which should be reserved for Nigerian indigenous contractors, including those that will be provided by companies of Nigerian origin.
(4.) A plan of how it intends to give first consideration to materials, manufactured as well as assembled goods of Nigerian origin which shall include a breakdown of all materials to be utilized and identifying those that are found locally, finished products and materials that will be procured from Nigerian manufacturing and assembly plants, finished goods that order can be placed from outside Nigeria through Nigerian authorized vendors and accredited agents and those that would be directly imported.
(5.) A detailed training plan which shall provide sustainable training and development. The training plan will include contract-specific training and estimated man-hours.
(6.) Details of the company’s corporate organizations overall human resources structure (management, supervisors, senior and junior skilled officers, etc.), identifying positions manned/occupied by Nigerian nationals with evidence of type of employment in-country and identifying the positions manned/occupied by other nationals.
(7.) A detailed description of the location of in-country committed facilities and infrastructure (assets, equipment, technical office, and administrative space, etc.) in Nigeria to support this contract.
SUBMISSION OF RESPONSES
Submissions are encouraged where there is an existing and proven alliance between companies with diverse and indistinct competences which make up the full scope of this advertisement. Such companies are advised to submit their interest as one party.
For multiple Companies’ alliance, similar review and assessment of each company shall be done and disqualification of one party automatically disqualifies the alliance or Joint venture (JV) companies hence no one company documentation can suffice for the JV companies.
The Expression of Interest documents should be submitted: In Hard Copy in a sealed envelope and marked “CONFIDENTIAL – Expression of Interest for the Provision of Security Dogs and Related Services For Nigeria LNG Limited” to:
The Head, Business Strategy & Vendor Management,
Nigeria LNG Limited,
Km 16 Aba Port Harcourt Expressway (Intels Camp),
Port Harcourt, Rivers State
In electronic copy (PDF format) by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org “CONFIDENTIAL – Expression of Interest for the Provision of Security Dogs and Related Services For Nigeria LNG Limited” – in the subject line
The submission in either format must be received by Nigeria LNG Limited not later than June 13th, 2017.
(i.) This is not an invitation to tender. Full tendering procedure will be provided to applicants who are successful at this expression of interest, in accordance with NLNG’s pre-qualification procedures.
(ii.) Notwithstanding the submissions of the documents for the expression of interest, NLNG is neither committed nor obliged to include any company and/or associated companies, agents or sub-contractors on any bid list or award any form of contract to any company and/or associated companies, agents or sub-contractors.
(iii.) Please be aware that this invitation to express interest does not guarantee that you will be requested to submit an offer; it does not constitute any form of agreement or contract between our companies. Nigeria LNG Limited shall not be responsible for any cost incurred in responding to this invitation.
(iv.) This advertisement of Expression of Interest and Prequalification shall not be construed as a commitment, nor shall it entitle respondents to claim any indemnity from NLNG, Technical Advisers and/or any of its shareholders by virtue of having responded to this advertisement.
(v.) This Expression of Interest is a simple invitation for you to express your interest in the indicated work scope and does not warrant any further feedback from NLNG hereafter. If you do not get feedback within 3months of submission of this publication, it should be taken that your application was not successful.
NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR NIGERIAN LANGUAGES
P.M. B. 7078 ABA, ABIA STATE
Office of the Registrar
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) BY CONSULTANTS FOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
(A) EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
The National Institute for Nigerian Languages hereby request for Expression of Interest by Consultants for the provision of consultancy services as indicated in following scope of consulting services for various Construction Projects.
(B) SCOPE OF CONSULTING SERVICES
Consultants and or Consulting firms specialized in providing the following scopes of services are specifically invited to respond to this solicitation for Expression of interest (EOI):
(a) Reparation of preliminary designs and estimates;
(b) Advising on Cost Alternatives,
(c) Production of detailed Architectural working drawing and detailed Engineering Design Drawings;
(d) Preparation of detailed Bills of Quantities, Bills of Engineering Measurement and Evaluation, Article of Agreements and Checking of Tender Reports, and
(e) Project Monitoring and Site Supervision
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR PRE QUALIFICATION OF CONSULTANTS
Suitably qualified and interested Consultants are required to submit the following pre- qualification documents:-
(1) Evidence of incorporation/Registration with Corporate Affairs Commission;
(2) Current Tax clearance Certificate;
(3) Audited Accounts for the last three years;
(4) Bank reference letter;
(5) Evidence of current certificate of Compliance from National Pension Commission;
(6) Evidence of Current ECS Clearance Certificate from National Social Insurance Trust Fund;
(7) Affidavit that the firm is not in receivership or the subject of insolvency petition or winding up proceeding and that none of the directors is the subject of any bankruptcy proceedings;
(8) Affidavit that none of the directors 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; and
(9) Affidavit disclosing whether or not any officer of the Tenders Board or the Tender Evaluation Committee or BPP is a present or former director or employee of the bidder firm and a confirmation that all the information presented in the bid is true and correct in all particulars.
(D) OTHER EVALUATION CRITERIA
(I) Company Profile showing details of veritable experience in similar job and attaching evidence of award and completion of at least three projects of similar scope and complexity;
(II) Evidence that the firm is registered with COREN and or other similar body;
(III) Curriculum Vitae of adequate number of professional and technical personnel and evidence that they possess relevant professional qualifications such as COREN, NIA, NIQS, ARCON etc
(IV) Evidence that the project manager have successfully completed and delivered similar projects; and
(V) Evidence that the firm possesses relevant Tools and Equipment indicating their location and whether they are leased or owned.
(E) SUBMISSION OF EXPRESSION OF INTEREST PRE-QUALIFICATION DOCUMENTS
The applications for the above are to be submitted in sealed envelope clearly marked “Expression of Interest”. All envelopes should be dropped in the Tender Box located at the Office of the Registrar, National Institute for Nigerian Languages, Aba, Abia State.
(F) CLOSING DATE
The closing date for the submission of Expression of Interest by Consultants is 20th June, 2017 by 12.00 noon.
(G) OTHER INFORMATION
Only shortlisted Consultants shall be invited to submit Request for Proposals.
(H) OPENING OF SUBMISSIONS
The submissions for Expression of Interest shall be opened on 20th June, 2017. Venue of the opening shall be at the Conference Hall by 2.00pm.
The National Institute for Nigerian Languages reserves the right to reject any or all submissions that do not meet up with the requirements as specified and or cancel the entire bidding process. The Institute is not bound to shortlist any bidder and is not obliged to reply or enter into any correspondence with any Consultant, Firm or Contractor regarding the outcome of this request for expression of interest. All costs and associated expenses incurred as a result of responding to this advertisements shall be borne by the bidder. The institute is not obliged to award the consultancy contract to the lowest bidder.
K.A IWUCHUKWU (MRS)