FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OF NIGERIA
MINISTRY OF BUDGET AND NATIONAL PLANNING
INVITATION TO TENDER/EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR THE EXECUTION OF PROJECTS FOR 2017 BUDGET APPROPRIATION OF THE MINISTRY
1.1 The Federal Government of Nigeria has allocated funds to the Ministry of Budget and National Planning in the 2017 Appropriation Act for the execution of Programmes of the Ministry for the Financial year 2017 for the Procurement of Goods, Works and Services for the execution of Policies, Programmes and Projects towards achieving the mandate of the Ministry.
1.2 Consequently, the Ministry of Budget and National Planning, hereby invites interested contractors and consultants with proven relevant competence and experience to submit Tenders/Expression of Interest for the execution of the projects listed in this advertisement in compliance with the Public Procurement Act (PPA) 2007.
CATEGORY A (INVITATION TO TENDER) – Interested Suppliers and Contractors are invited to submit technical and financial bids for the following projects:
S/N LOT NO. PROJECT DESCRIPTION
1 MBNP/MEV/G/1 Procurement of M&E Equipments
2 MBNP/MEV/G/2 Production of M&E Manual
3 MBNP/INF/G/3 Production of Infrastructure Annual Report
4 MBNP/ADM/G/4 Procurement of Administrative General Service Tools
5 MBN P/ADM/G/5 Procurement of 1 No. Coaster Bus
6 MBNP/MAC/G/6 Production of 2016 Annual & 2017 Half Year Performance Report on the Nigerian Economy
7 MBNP/INF/G/7 Production of NIIMP 1st Operational Plan
8 MBNP/EGR/G/8 Production of Sector Report
S/N LOT NO. PROJECT DESCRIPTION
1 MBNP/ADM/W/9 Procurement and Installation of 300 KV Generator
2 MBNP/ADM/W/10 Upgrading of Conference Rooms
CATEGORY B (EXPRESSION OF INTEREST) – Interested Consultants are invited to submit Expression of Interest (Eol) for the following projects: Consultancy Services
S/N PROJECT DESCRIPTION LOT NO. LOCATION
1. Development of a National Plan for the Implementation of the Paris Agreement on Nationally Determined Contributions MBNP/SCD/CS/11 Abuja
2. Cascading of Social Protection Policy to States MBNP/SCD/CS/12 Abuja
3. Study of Social Interventions in Nigeria Measurement of Scope, Access, Impact and Benefits MBNP/SCD/CS/13 Abuja
4. Development of Strategic Road Map (2017 – 2022) MBNP/ICT/CS/14 Abuja
5. Coordination of Donor Activities and Engagements and Official Development Assistance (ODA) & Development Assistance Database (DAD) MBNP/ICP/CS/15 Abuja
6. Development of Flexible Automated Accounting Package MBNP/ACC/CS/16 Abuja
7. In-Depth policy research studies for evidence based decision making (Informal Sector Study on the Diversification of the Nigerian Economy) MBNP/MAC/CS/17 Abuja
8. Study on the Federal Level Capital project Expenditure in Nigeria Phase 2 MBNP/MAC/CS/18 Abuja
9. Development of Medium Term development Plan (MTDP) 2017-2020 MBNP/MAC/CS/19 Abuja
10. Updating of Economic Dashboard and Policy Analysis Laboratory MBNP/MAC/CS/20 Abuja
11. Articulation of Draft policy on steel Production in Nigeria MBNP/EGR/CS/21 Abuja
12. National Policy on Food and Nutrition MBNP/EGR/CS/22 Abuja
13. Development and Production of National Plan of Action for Food & Nutrition MBNP/EGR/CS/23 Abuja
14. Diagnostic Study of the Real sector II MBNP/EGR/CS/24 Abuja
15. Establishment of M&E Online Portal MBNP/MEV/CS/25 Abuja
3.0 Responsive Criteria
Eligibility: Failure by a consultant/bidder to submit all of the following (non-scoring responsive criteria) renders the consultant/bidder ineligible to participate in this procurement:
(i) Evidence of incorporation with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC);
(ii) Copy of current Tax Clearance Certificate (2014, 2015 & 2016);
(iii) Evidence of VAT Registration
(iv) Copy of current PENCOM Clearance Certificate (expiring 31st December, 2017);
(v) Copy of current ITF Certificate of Compliance (expiring 31st December, 2017);
(vi) Copy of current NSITF ECS Clearance Certificate (expiring 31st December, 2017);
(vii) Copy of BPP’s Interim Registration Report-IRR (expiring 1st January, 2018);
(viii) Evidence of payment of Tender Fee indicating the chosen lot; and
(ix) A sworn affidavit disclosing:
(a) That the bidder is neither in receivership nor a subject of insolvency/bankruptcy/winding up proceedings;
(b) That none of the bidder’s Directors has ever 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;
(c) Whether or not any officer of the relevant committees of the Ministry of Budget and National Planning (MB&NP), BPP is a former or present director, shareholder, or has any pecuniary interest in the bidder; and
(d) That all information presented in the bid is true and correct in all particulars.
Capability: Each consultant/bidder is expected to prove that it possesses the capacity to successfully execute its project of choice. Accordingly, the following (scoring) responsive criteria shall apply:
(i) Evidence of contracts executed in the last 5 years similar to the bidder’s project of choice. (Letters of award and completion certificates.);
(ii) Evidence of duly audited account (2014, 2015 & 2016);
(iii) Bank’s letter of promise to provide financial support if the bidder is awarded the contract;
(iv) Company’s personnel profile – List of members of staff of the company with evidence of their academic and professional qualifications attached;
(v) Evidence of up-to-date registration of company with relevant professional bodies (for consultant services); and
(vi) Packaging/presentation of technical bid (i.e. presenting documents in the exact order they are listed out under these eligibility and capability criteria.
4.0 TENDER FEES
A non-refundable tender fee of N20, 000.00 (Twenty Thousand Naira only) per Lot is to be paid by each bidder before collection of a Standard Bidding Document. The tender fee should be paid into the TSA account in favour of MB&NP. BIDDERS/CONSULTANTS EXPRESSING INTEREST FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES ARE EXEMPTED FROM PAYING TENDER FEES AT THE INITIAL STAGE UNTIL THEY ARE PRE-QUALIFIED TO THE STAGE OF ISSUANCE OF A REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP).
Please note that no Bidder/Consultant is allowed to bid for more than two Lots in each category. Any violator of this rule will be disqualified.
5.0 COLLECTION OF BIDDING DOCUMENTS
Standard Bidding Documents are available for collection from the office of the Director (Procurement), Room 214, 2nd Floor, Ministry of Budget and National Planning, Plot 421, Constitution Avenue, Central Business District, Abuja on presentation of original copy of the Treasury Receipt issued by the Finance & Accounts Department, MB&NP (for sighting) and a photocopy of the same, evidencing payment of the non¬-refundable tender fee.
6.0 SUBMISSION OF BIDS
(i) Interested consultants shall submit one original and three photocopies of their EOI documents in a sealed envelope. The reverse side of this envelope shall bear the Consultant’s Name, Address and Telephone Number(s). The front should be labeled “Technical and Financial Bid” with the “Project Name/Title” and “Lot No” clearly written on the top Right Hand corner.
(ii) Interested contractors and suppliers shall submit one original and three photocopies of their Technical bids and completed financial bids. The four copies of Technical Bid and four copies of completed Financial Bid per Lot shall be placed in two different sealed envelopes and each appropriately labeled “Technical Bid” and “Financial Bid” as well as the “Project Name/Title” and “Lot No” on the same side of the envelope. The reverse side of each of these two envelopes shall bear the “Bidder’s Name, Address and Telephone Number(s)”. The two sealed envelopes containing separately Technical and Financial Bids should be enclosed in a third outer envelope which should be sealed and labeled “Technical and Financial Bid” with the “Project Name/Title” and “Lot No” clearly written on the top Right Hand corner.
(iii) The outer envelope should be addressed to:
Ministerial Tenders Board,
Ministry of Budget and National Planning,
Plot 421, Constitution Avenue, Central Business District,
The reverse side of the outer envelope should also bear the “Bidder’s Name, Address and Telephone Number(s)”.
(iv) The sealed EOI or the sealed bid (containing both the Technical and Financial) should be deposited in the tender box placed in the office of the Director (Procurement), Room 214, 2nd Floor, Ministry of Budget and National Planning, Plot 421, Constitution Avenue, Central Business District, Abuja.
(v) Closing time for the submission of EOI is 12:00 noon on Monday, 19th June, 2017.
(vi) Closing time for the submission of all bids (Technical and Financial) is 12:00 noon on Monday, 17th July, 2017.
(vi) Late submission will not be entertained, no matter the circumstance, please.
7.0 OPENING OF BIDS
(i) Opening of EOI for Consultancy Services will commence at 12:00 noon on Monday, 19th June, 2017 in the Conference Room, 4th Floor, Ministry of Budget and National Planning, Plot 421, Constitution Avenue, Central Business District, Abuja.
(ii) Opening of Technical bids for the Supply of Goods and Works will commence at 12:00 noon on Monday, 17th July, 2017 in the Conference Room, 4th Floor, Ministry of Budget and National Planning, Plot 421, Constitution Avenue, Central Business District, Abuja.
(iii) Financial bids of those who are successful in the technical bid evaluation will be opened at a date to be communicated to them.
All bidding Companies and/or their representatives, relevant professional bodies, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), representatives of BPP and interested members of the public are hereby invited to witness the opening of the EOI and technical bids on the dates and times mentioned above.
8.0 BIDS EVALUATION AND AWARD
Immediately after the opening of EOI and technical bids, all submissions will be assessed for eligibility using the non-scoring responsive criteria listed out above. Eligible submissions will then be assessed for capability based on the scoring responsive criteria also listed out above. Consultants whose EOIs are adjudged to be substantially responsive will be contacted to collect Request for Proposals (RfP). With respect to the Category A (Goods) and Category C (Works) projects, award of contract will be recommended in favour of the lowest evaluated responsive bids.
9.0 IMPORTANT INFORMATION
(I) All submitted documents may be referred to relevant authorities for verification/ confirmation.
(II) Only pre-qualified Bidders shall be invited to the next stage of the procurement process.
(III) Original documents of the Eligibility criteria of any Bidder may be requested for sighting.
(i) The Ministry of Budget and National Planning will not be responsible for any costs and/or expenses incurred by any Company/Bidder in the preparation, submission and/or in connection with any response to this Invitation to Bid.
(ii) The Ministry of Budget and National Planning is not obligated to award a contract to any Company and/or Bidder in respect of this invitation and reserves the right to cancel, annul and/or discontinue the procurement process at any stage, without incurring any liability thereby to Companies/Bidders.
(iii) This “Invitation to Bid/Expression of Interest” shall not be construed as an offer of contract or commitment on the part of the Ministry of Budget and National Planning nor shall it entitle any Company/Bidder to make claims and/or seek any indemnity or compensation from the Ministry of Budget and National Planning.
Ministry of Budget and National Planning
UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS
INVITATION TO TENDERS
The University of Lagos, a Federal Tertiary Institution established by the University of Lagos Act, 1967 (as amended) CAP U9 Laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 2004 and having its main campus at Akoka, Yaba, Lagos, Nigeria is desirous of embarking on the under-listed projects to be procured with Auxiliary Funds. Interested and reputable bidders are hereby invited to indicate interest in the tender exercise for projects as described hereunder:
S/N Projects Contract No. Scope Non-Refundable Prequalification Fees
1 LOT 1 – Proposed Rehabilitation of Facilities at the Sport Centre. UL/AUX/17/PU/13 The project consist of the Rehabilitation of the main pavilion, lawn tennis pavilion and basketball court. The rehabilitation work will include demolition and alteration, aluminum, steel work, painting and decoration, electrical installation. N 10,000.00
2 LOT 2 – Replacement of LED Bill Board at Mass Communication Department. UL/AUX/17/PU/14 The project consist of bill board metal fabrication, installation of luminous outdoor LED Screen, Pad foundation for base of the bill boards, removal of existing billboard. N 10,000.00
(a) Evidence of Certificate of Incorporation with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), Memorandum and Article of Association of the company along with Particulars of Directors (Form C07) and up to date Annual Returns with CAC.
(b) A Sworn Affidavit certifying as follows:
• The company is not in receivership, insolvency or bankruptcy.
• The company does not have any director who has been convicted by any court in Nigeria and any other country for criminal offences in relation to fraud or financial impropriety.
• That no officer of the University of Lagos or BPP is a former or present director or shareholder of the company.
• That all information presented in the documents are true and correct in all particulars
• Company Audited Accounts for the last three (3) years (2014, 2015 and 2016) duly signed and stamped by a professional accounting/audit firm and signed by the Client.
(d) Evidence of Tax Clearance Certificate for the last three (3) years (2014, 2015 and 2016).
(e) Pension Clearance Certificate valid for 2017 issued by the National Pension Commission (PENCOM).
(f) Industrial Training Fund (I.T.F.) Certificate of Compliance valid for 2017.
(g) List of key personnel stating their designation, qualification and years of experience (copy of certificates are to be attached).
(h) Company’s Health Safety and Environment policy.
(i) Satisfactory bank reference from a reputable bank stating the Company’s creditworthiness and ability to be granted financial support for the project execution if the need arises.
(j) Evidence of registration on the National data base of Contractors, Consultants and Service Providers by inclusion of Interim Registration Report valid for 2017 issued by the Bureau of Public Procurement. (BPP).
(k) Evidence of payment of non-refundable pre-qualification fee at the Cash Office of University of Lagos with a certified bank cheque.
Other mandatory requirements for each of the projects are listed as follows:
In respect of LOT 1-
(a) Bidders shall have an average annual turnover of not less than N 84,000,000.00 (Eighty Four Million Naira Only).
(b) Evidence of work experience as the main contractor executing or having executed a minimum of two (2) Rehabilitation / construction projects in the last five (5) years. Copy of award letters, last interim certificate of valuation for on-going projects, completion certificate and final maintenance certificates where applicable are to be enclosed.
(c) The following are the minimum requirements for the technical/ professional staff:
(i) One (1) COREN Registered Civil Engineer with practicing license valid for 2017
(ii) One (1) COREN Registered Electrical Engineer with practicing license valid for 2017
(iii) One (1) QSRBN Registered Quantity Surveyor with practicing license valid for 2017
In respect of LOT 2-
(a) Bidders shall have an average annual turnover of not less than N54,000,000.00 (Fifty Four Million Naira Only).
(b) Evidence of work experience as the main contractor executing or having executed a minimum of two (2) Installation of LED Bill Boards in the last five (5) years. Copy of award letters, last interim certificate of valuation for on-going projects, completion certificate and final maintenance certificates where applicable are to be enclosed.
COLLECTION OF TENDER DOCUMENTS
Tender documents shall be made available to interested bidders on presentation of the receipt issued at UNILAG Cash Office in respect of the Tender from the office of:
The Ag. Head, Procurement Unit
8th Floor, Senate House,
University of Lagos,
Akoka, Yaba, Lagos.
SUBMISSION OF BILL DOCUMENTS
(A) TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS
(i) The two (2) sets of Technical documents should be submitted, an original and a copy version in A4 sized paper, spiral bound, numbered serially and duly signed by your Company authorized signatories.
(ii) The two (2) sets of the Technical documents should be packaged in an envelope, clearly labeled with the bidder’s name and the name of the project boldly marked on the envelope as: TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS FOR………. (Title of Project)
(B) FINANCIAL DOCUMENTS
The two (2) sets of the Standard Bidding documents , an original and a copy version should be packaged in an envelope, clearly labeled with the bidder’s name and the name of the project boldly marked on the envelope as: FINANCIAL DOCUMENTS FOR……… (Title of Project)
(C) The sealed Technical document envelope and the sealed Financial document envelope shall be enclosed together in a third envelope and boldly marked with the name of the bidder, project name bidder, project name and contract number, to be submitted not later than 11a.m., on Tuesday, 25th July, 2017 to:
5th Floor, Council Affairs Office
University of Lagos,
Akoka, Yaba, Lagos.
The Technical documents shall be opened immediately following the deadline for the submission of bids at the University Council Chamber in the presence of all bidders and interested members of the public.
(a) Failure to comply with the above requirements shall automatically result in the disqualification of a bidder.
(b) The University Management reserves the right to verify the authenticity of any claim made in the Tender documents submitted by bidders.
(c) The University Management reserves the right to annul the selection process at any time without incurring any liabilities and attributing any reason thereof.
(d) The University shall not be responsible for any cost incurred by the bidders in connection with response to this advertisement.
(e) Participation in this process and any related process neither creates any commitment nor establishes any legal relationship with the University of Lagos. It is merely a precondition for further consideration of the Tender.
Dr. (Mrs.) Taiwo F. Ipaye, FNIM
Registrar & Secretary to Council
NIGERIAN AIRSPACE MANAGEMENT AGENCY (NAMA)
Headquarters, Murtala Mohammed Airport Ikeja – Lagos.
INVITATION FOR PRE-QUALIFICATION AND EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) FOR THE EXECUTION OF APPROVED PROJECTS IN THE 2017 INTERNALLY GENERATED REVENUE CAPITAL APPROPRIATION.
The Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) was established by Act No 48 of 1999 with a mandate to develop the Nigerian Airspace to a level consistent with the requirements of the International Civil Aviation Organization’s (ICAO) Standards and Recommended Practices. The Agency is therefore saddled with the provision of Air Traffic Management to ensure safe, efficient, expeditious and economic Air Navigation Services. The Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) intends to undertake the under listed projects for Goods, Works, Consultancy and Non Consultancy services under its 2017 financial year Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) Capitol Budget. Consequently, the Agency wishes to invite competent and reputable interested Companies/Contractors/Suppliers/Vendors/Consultants to submit documents for any of the projects/services, listed hereunder:
LOT DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT
LOT 1 Procurement of Office Equipment and other Office Accessories
LOT 2 Supply of Tractors, Slashers and Spares
LOT 3 Procurement of Power Armoured Cobles
LOT 4 Procurement of High Frequency Air band Radio Systems for 125Dwotts for AFTN, Airband VHF Walkie Talkie (10 wottts)
LOT 5 Procurement of Aerodrome Rotating Beacon
LOT 6 Procurement of Controllers Headsets Binoculars and Signal Guns
LOT 7 Procurement of Operational Vehicles.
LOT 8 Supply and installation of Automatic Voltage Regulator (AVR) for various Equipment
LOT 9 Rehabilitation and Renovation of Offices and Staff Quarters at Headquarters and Outstations.
LOT 10 Conversion of Warehouse to Office Complex
LOT 11 Supply and Installation of Automatic Mains Failure, phase sequence correction panel and upgrade of Earthing system for Headquarters and Outstations.
LOT 12 Supply and Installation of Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) for various Equipment.
LOT 13 Construction of Corporate headquarter at Abuja
LOT 14 Construction of Technical Building at TRACON Site Lagos and Kano
LOT 15 Construction of Access road to Navaids Sites
LOT 16 Re-construction of NAMA MD/CE Operational Quarters
LOT 17 Procurement and laying of Optic Fibre Cable
LOT 18 Maintenance of Manhole Network in MMIA
LOT 19 Design and Installation of Storage Area Network for Four (4) airports
LOT 20 Provision of LAN for all Airports including WAN integration and network security.
LOT 21 Procurement and Installation of Computing Facilities and Maintenance Spares i.e. Servers, Workstations, Desktops, Laptops, LaserJet Printers, Network block & white Printers, MFP Document and Imaging Devices and multimedia systems.
LOT 22 Provision of Microsoft Enterprise Softwares (EA), Annual Payments of SLA/Subscriptions; Corporate Interne! Access, Dynamics Ax, Ms Exchange, Ms Lync, Domain, Website, e-Clearance, e-Notam, e-Flight Plan, e.t.c. and technical training
LOT 23 Provision of Backup Solutions for data integrity, Disaster Recovery and to mitigate against data loss.
LOT 24 Unified Communications Infrastructure (Agency Wide): MS Lyncs (Voice, Data & HD Video including web & video conferencing) integration with MS Exchange 2013: Mobility & integration with El line;
LOT 25 Replacement of Obsolete Communication Equipment and ATC Console in Katsina and Zaria
LOT 26 Procurement, Installation and Commissioning of Additional IP PABX and Integration of Terrestrial Voice Private Network -T (Kaduna)
LOT 27 Procurement, Installation and Commissioning of Additional IP PABX and Integration of Terrestrial Voice Private Network -T (Enugu)
LOT 28 Procurement, Installation and Commissioning of Additional IP PABX and Integration of Terrestrial Voice Private Network -T (Ilorin)
LOT 29 Procurement, Installation and Commissioning of Additional IP PABX and Integration of Terrestrial Voice Private Network -T (Akure)
LOT 30 Procurement, Installation and Commissioning of Additional IP PABX and Integration of Terrestrial Voice Private Network-T (Calabar)
LOT 31 Procurement, Installation and Commissioning of Additional IP PABX and Integration of Terrestrial Voice Private Network -T (Benin)
LOT 32 Civil Works for deployment of Navigational aids DVOR/DME and ILS/DME and Construction of concrete foundations for the equipment antennas, shelters, pavements and other works at Lagos, Kano, Maiduguri, Port Harcourt, Jos, Kaduna, Ilorin, Ibadan, Akure, Yola, Calabar and Minna Airport.
LOT 33 Fencing and Securing all NAMA Landed Properties Iju, Lagos
LOT 34 Fencing and Securing all NAMA Landed Properties Obubura
LOT 35 Fencing and Securing all NAMA Landed Properties Patiskum
LOT 36 Fencing and Securing all NAMA Landed Properties Talata-Mafara
LOT 37 Fencing and Securing all NAMA Landed Properties Calabar
LOT 38 Fencing and Securing all NAMA Landed Properties Benin
LOT 39 Fencing and Securing all NAMA landed Properties Numan
LOT 40 Fencing and Securing all NAMA Landed Properties Yola
LOT 41 Fencing and Securing all NAMA Landed Properties Ilorin
LOT 42 Fencing and Securing all NAMA Landed Properties PHC
LOT 43 Fencing and Securing all NAMA Landed Properties Abuja
LOT 44 Technical Consultancy Services for integration/interfacing of TRACON System, Extended Range (EX) VHF Coverage and AIS Automation
(C) PREQUALIFICATION AND EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
To qualify for consideration, interested companies with experience in similar jobs are required to submit the documents listed hereunder alongside their Prequalification and Expression of Interest documents. Failure to submit any of the under listed documents may lead to disqualification of the contractor/supplier/consultant;
(1) Evidence of incorporation with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) of Nigeria.
(2) Certified true copy of Memorandum and Article of Association with CAC (Form C02 & C07 inclusive).
(3) Tax Clearance Certificate (TCC) for the last three (3) years (2014 – 2016) corresponding with declared Annual Turnovers by inclusion of photocopy and Tax Identification Number (TIN) issued by the proper tax authority.
(4) Evidence of VAT registration and proof of past remittances.
(5) National Pension Commission (PENCOM) Certificate as evidence of Compliance with Pension Reform Act, 2004.
(6) Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Certificate as evidence of compliance with the Industrial Training Fund Amendment Act, 2011.
(7) Evidence of Registration on the National Database of Federal Contractors, Consultants and Service Providers (Interim Registration Report from the Bureau of Public Procurement).
(8) Detailed Company profile and Professional experience/Curriculum Vitae of key personnel, including registered address, name, functional location, Telephone Nos. and email address etc.
(9) Audited statements of accounts for the past three (3) years (2014-2016).
(10) Verifiable evidence of competence exhibited in the provision of similar services within the last 3 years. Attach letters of Award and certificate of disengagement if any.
(11) Evidence of Membership of Relevant Professional bodies or Government Agency (where it is deemed necessary).
(12) Letter of Recommendation from Company’s Bankers indicating the Financial capacity and capability to undertake the project if awarded.
(13) Evidence of ownership or access/lease of relevant equipment/technology and resources required to be deployed for the project.
(14) Evidence of dealership or manufacturers authorization (where it is deemed necessary), & any additional information that may enhance the prequalification of the company.
(15) For Joint Ventures (JVs), Tender to include Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) (indicating the responsibilities and duties of the individual firms constituting the JV. The lead Consultant – the firm which has the most relevant core competence for the Assignment, must be indicated in the Consortium’s MOU.
(16) Sworn Affidavit disclosing as follows:
• That all documents submitted are not only genuine but correct.
• That the Director(s) has/have never been convicted by any Court of law.
• That the firm’s Director or Company is not bankrupt.
• That the company is not o replacement far a hitherto tax defaulting company.
• That the company is not in receivership or financially/Legally encumbered.
• That no Officers of Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) or Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP) or Federal Ministry of Transportation (FMT) is a former or present Director of the Company.
(D) SUBMISSION OF DOCUMENTS
To qualify for consideration, Interested companies/Consultants are required to submit the above listed documents in two separate envelops in A4 paper size and neatly bound in a sealed envelope marked: “NAMA IGR 2017 (state project title), LOT (state lot number), at the center.
All documents to be addressed to The Managing Director/CE, Nigerian Airspace Management Agency, Murtala Mohammed Airport, Ikejo – Lagos.
All documents should be submitted to the office of:
Head of Procurement,
Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA)
Murtala Mohammed Airport,
(E) SUBMISSION CLOSING DATE
The closing date for the collection of all submissions is 19th July, 2017 at 10:00am prompt.
(F) OPENING DATE
The collected submissions shall be opened publicly immediately after the expiration of the deadline for collection of submissions by 10:00am on 19th July, 2017 at the NAMA Headquarters Annex, Conference Room, Lagos.
(G) ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
Please, it is important to note the following:
(i) The Registration Number (RC) as issued to the Companies by the CAC must appear on your Letter Head, with contact telephone numbers, valid e-mail address and official company address and the Letter Head paper must bear the name and the nationalities of the Directors of the Company at the bottom of the page.
(ii) NAMA reserves the right to verify the authenticity of any claims made on the Documents submitted by all Firms.
(iii) Failure to comply with the instruction(s) and requirements may automatically result in disqualification.
(iv) NAMA reserves the right to reject any or all the submitted Documents.
(v) Submission should be very clear and specific.
(vi) No late submissions under whatever guise will be entertained by the Agency (NAMA).
(vii) That further clarification con be obtained from the Procurement Department at NAMA HQTRS Annex, Ikeja Lagos, if the request is made at least seven (7) days before the deadline for the submission of the application.
(viii) All Companies that submitted unsolicited applications on this project i.e. when the Agency had not advertised are advised to re-apply according to the conditions stated above.
(a) This advertisement is published for information purposes only and shall neither be construed to be a commitment on the part of NAMA, nor shall it entitle the applicant to any claim(s) whatsoever and or seek any indemnity from NAMA by virtue of such applicant having responded to this publication.
(b) Notwithstanding the submission by any Firm, the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) is neither committed nor obligated to offer its company an award or any form of contract to its company or Agent.
NIGERIA DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
Plot 447 / 448 Constitution Avenue, Central Business District, Abuja
E-mail: email@example.com Website: http://www.ndic.gov.ng
INVITATION TO SUBMIT EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SOME IT SERVICES FOR THE CORPORATION
The Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) wishes to invite reputable and competent Companies with good track record of performance and experience to express interest in the under-listed projects as follows:
2.0 PROJECT TO TENDER
Lot 1 Development of Case Management Software for Legal Department
Lot 2 Development of Interactive Website for the NDIC Academy
3.0 ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
All bids must be accompanied with the following:
(i) Evidence of Company Registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) in Nigeria.
(ii) Valid Certificate of Compliance with Pension Act issued by the National Pension Commission (PenCom).
(iii) Certificate of Compliance with ITF Act 2005 (Not payment receipts)
(iv) Certificate of Compliance with National Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF) Act
(v) The current 3 years Tax Clearance Certificate of the Company (2014- 2016).
(vi) Copies of dully authenticated Company’s audited accounts for the last three years (2014- 2016).
(vii) Sworn Court Affidavit indicating that the Company is not in Receivership and none of its Directors was ever convicted of fraudulent activity.
(viii) Interim Registration Report (IRR) as evidence of registration with the Bureau of Public Procurement National Database for Contractors, Consultants and Service Providers.
(ix) Evidence of registration with Professional body (CPN or NCS).
(x) Evidence of Financial capacity to undertake the project: Letter of commitment to provide funding from a bank or bank statement for the immediate past six (6) months.
(xi) Evidence of having successfully carried out similar works. (Please attach letters of Award and Job Completion Certificate)
(xii) Company profile indicating qualification and experience of key staff for the project.
4.0 SUBMISSION OF EXPRESS OF INTEREST (EOI)
Five (5) bound copies of Expression of Interest documents shall be submitted in sealed envelopes clearly marked on the right hand top corner “EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR THE PROJECT OF YOUR CHOICE AND LOT” and addressed to:
Procurement & Management Services Department,
Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC),
Plot 447/448 Constitution Avenue,
Central Business District, Abuja, Nigeria
5.0 CLOSING DATE FOR SUBMISSION
The closing date for submission of Expression of Interest (EOI) is Tuesday 20th June, 2017 by 11:00am. The EOI is to be dropped in the tender box on the Ground floor, reception area at the Head Office Building. Companies submitting EOI are expected to sign the tender register on the 2nd floor, Procurement & Management Services Department., before dropping the EOI. Any EOI submitted at the designated location after the stipulated date and time shall be considered late and non-responsive.
6.0 OPENING OF THE EOI
Opening of EOI shall be Tuesday 20th June, 2017 by 11.00 am at the Ground Floor, Visitors waiting room.
7.0 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
(i) Failure to satisfactorily fulfil the conditions as requested above will result to invalidation of such tender.
(ii) NDIC shall reserve the right to verify the authenticity of claim(s) made by the tendering parties.
(iii) NDIC shall reserve the right to reject any submission based on unverifiable information.
(iv) Companies bidding as a Consortium or Joint Ventures must ensure that all members of the Consortium meet the eligibility criteria in i – ix.
(v) All bids must be arranged and paginated as required under eligibility criteria.
(vi) Interested bidders are to note that shortlisted Companies would be required to demonstrate to a Technical Committee the functionalities of the software they intend to deploy.
ADAMAWA STATE UNIVERSITY, MUBI
OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR
INVITATION FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
The Adamawa State University, Mubi hereby invite Expression of Interest (EOI’s) from reputable Investors/Estate Developer for the project under listed on Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT) Basis.
S/NO DESCRIPTION LOT LOCATION
1. Construction of Students Hostels LOT1 Mubi, Adamawa State
2. Construction of Commercial Centre LOT 2 Poultry Production Unit Site Yola, Adamawa State
The period and other terms of concession shall be negotiated between the University and successful investor, bearing in mind the cost of capital and the need to earn attractive Returns on Investment (ROI). The rent to be paid by shop owners, tenants etc shall not only be affordable but equally competitive and shall generally fall within the range obtainable in other similar locations for comparable facilities.
2.0 Scope of work
The Scope of works and services to be provided includes:
Sourcing and owning funds for the execution of the project.
Ensuring that the finished design is in consonance with the Master Plan and landscape of the University.
Management of the said buildings on completion including allocation of shops/hostel, maintenance of all services and returning sound projects to Adamawa State University, Mubi at the end of concession period.
(3.0) Requirements from Interested Investors
The potential investor or consortium of investors MUST possess the requirements of demonstrable financial capacity and capability and the willing interest and commitment to execute the project and further have track records in property development and management
3.1 Profile and Legal Status
Interested investors are to provide comprehensive company profiles clearly stating, Staff, Incorporation with CAC, and latest Tax Clearance and Audited Account for 3 years.
4.0 Submission of Document
Duly completed and neatly packaged Expression of Interest (EOI) shall be submitted in one(1) original copy and two(2) other copies in a sealed envelope clearly marked EOI for respective LOT to
The Registrar, Adamawa State University, Mubi not later than 18th July, 2017
5.0 Further Enquiries
For further enquiries please contact the Director, Physical Planning and Development.
6.0 Important Notes
(i) All costs incurred by respondents in complying fully with the process shall be at the expense of the investor only.
(ii) This advertisement shall neither be construed as commitment on the part of Adamawa State University, Mubi to consider any proposal nor shall it entitle any investor to make any claim whatsoever and/or seek any indemnity from Adamawa State University, Mubi.
Dr. Hassan S. Tanko FCBA, FBMA (UK), FIPMAN
FEDERAL INLAND REVENUE SERVICE
20 SOKODE ORESCENT, WUSE ZONE 5, P.M.B 33,
GARKI, ABUJA. NIGERIA
SUPPORT SERVICES GROUP
SPECIFIC PROCUREMENT NOTICE/REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR CAPACITY ENHANCEMENT PROGRAMME
The Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) of Nigeria is a semi-autonomous agency established in 1943 to collect taxes on behalf of the Federal Government of Nigeria. Its vision is to deliver quality service to taxpayers in partnership with other stakeholders and make taxation the pivot of national development. Its mission is to operate an efficient and transparent tax system that optimizes tax revenue collection and voluntary compliance. FIRS has its headquarters at the Revenue House, which is located in Wuse Zone 5, Abuja.
(1) Now more than ever, the FIRS needs to optimize tax revenue collection to meet the high expectations of the Government’s current year target of N4.9 trillion set for the Service, This target has come at a period when there are enormous challenges in the Oil Industry that has, before now, been the mainstay of the nation’s economy. This has made it imperative for the Service to look for ways to increase revenue collection. One of such ways is to engage the services of an organization that would design and support the delivery of key initiatives aimed at accelerating non-oil revenue collection.
(2) FIRS now invites eligible Firms to express interest to provide the required service. Interested Firms must provide information to the address below. The proposal should provide evidence of suitability, similar assignments undertaken in the past three (3) years with details of roles and methodology adopted. Submissions should be made to:
The Director, Procurement Department,
Federal Inland Revenue Service, Revenue House Annex II (Unity Building), Sokode Crescent, Off Michael Okpara Street, Wuse Zone 5, Abuja.
(3) Objective of the assignment:
The objective of the assignment is to design and support the delivery of key initiatives aimed at accelerating non-oil revenue collection.
(4) Duration of the assignment:
The duration of this engagement is twelve (12) months, renewable upon satisfactory performance.
(5) Scope of the required services:
The scope of the Verification Exercise is as follows:
• Monitor the implementation of key initiatives in audit, debt management and compliance to improve non-oil tax collection by at least N500 billion additional revenues;
• Carry out analysis of revenue potentials in key sectors of the economy and develop sector-specific Programmes for driving tax collections in these sectors;
• Develop a framework for the conduct of a Tax Administration Diagnostic Assessment Tool (TADAT) assessment in the FIRS and implement recommendations for improving operations of the FIRS in line with best practice;
• Support the business analytics function in the FIRS by building staff capacity and expanding the scope of business intelligence management;
• Deepen the usage of an automated audit case selection process and further reduce the audit turnaround time aimed at increasing tax yield;
• Support change management initiatives geared towards the full adoption and implementation of ITAS in all offices in the FIRS;
• Design and implement o programmed-level Performance Tracking Strategy; and
• Any other initiatives required for the achievement of the above as may be directed by the Management of the FIRS.
(6) Specific output expected from the Consultant:
(i) Assessment report on current FIRS operations/performance, with a suggested list of priority focus areas for management consideration;
(ii) Sectoral revenue potential report for the key sectors of the economy;
(iii) Prioritization and selection of various initiatives for the identified key focus areas;
(iv) An articulated implementation plan for the identified initiatives;
(v) Bespoke performance management cadence for execution of the initiatives to ensure close monitoring of progress and actualization of set goals and targets;
(vi) Data analytics to support the execution of the initiatives;
(vii) Performance dashboard to support reporting for priority initiatives and offices;
(viii) Execution support for a (Tax Administration Diagnostic Assessment Tool (TADAT) assessment and implementation of recommendations for organizational health improvement.
(7) Minimum qualifications/experience requirements:
The firm to provide this consulting service shall have extensive experience working with tax administrations in Africa and other emerging markets, have advanced data capability that combines advanced analytics, digital design and dedicated digital personnel, especially risk-based profiling and treatment design. Must be able to demonstrate supporting governments, government agencies on highly analytical projects. The consultant shall have ready-to-deploy tax administrative tools to drive efficiency in core tax functions. The consultant shall also possess minimum of a decade (10yrs) experience in working in the Nigerian public sector and permanent presence in Nigeria.
In specific terms, the following should be submitted in support of the application:
(i) Verifiable Certificate of registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC).
(ii) The Current Tax Clearance Certificate (2017 TCC).
(iii) Evidence of having fulfilled all obligations in relation to Pensions and Social Security contribution in accordance with the provisions of the Pension Act, 2004.
(iv) Evidence of Compliance with Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Act, 2011.
(v) Evidence of Registration on the BPP National Database of Contractors, Consultants and Service Providers.
(vi) Evidence of similar jobs executed (supported by award letters, job completion certificate, etc.).
(vii) CVs showing academic and professional qualifications of technical/professional personnel to be deployed for the project.
(viii) Affidavit disclosing whether or not any officer of FIRS or BPP is a former or present director, shareholder or has any pecuniary interest in the company/firm and confirming that all information provided are true and correct in all particulars.
(ix) A sworn affidavit that the company is not in receivership or Financially/Legally Encumbered.
(x) A sworn affidavit that the company is not a replacement for a hitherto tax defaulting company.
(xi) Accompanying sworn affidavit of disclosure; to disclose clearly if any of the officers (or related person) of the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) or Bureau for Public Procurement is a former or present Director of the company and that the company does not have any Director who has been convicted in any country for any criminal offence relating to fraud or financial impropriety. Only shortlisted Firms will be contacted.
(8) Deadline for submission of proposal:
The expression of Interest/ Proposal must be delivered by hand on or before 12 noon, 19th JUNE, 2017 “EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR CAPACITY ENHANCEMENT PROGRAMME” to the address below:
The Director, Procurement Department,
Federal Inland Revenue Service, Revenue House Annex iii,
14, Sokode Crescent, Off Michael Okpara Way, Wuse Zone 5, Abuja
Submitting expression of interest does not commit FIRS to awarding a contract to a firm.
The Federal Inland Revenue Service reserves the right to verify claims made by any firm.
Tendering with false document is an offence which will lead to disqualification and prosecution.
(10) For all enquiries, please contact us on 08074983355;
FIRS Tenders Board,
For: Executive Chairman,
Federal Inland Revenue Service
HEALTH INITIATIVES FOR SAFETY AND STABILITY IN AFRICA (HIFASS)
CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST – SUPPLIERS/VENDORS/CONTRACTORS
Health Initiatives for Safety and Stability in Africa (HIFASS) is a Non-Government Organization (NGO) incorporated in October 2007 in Nigeria with a core objectives of expanding quality healthcare and treatment in Africa. HIFASS has provided manpower and associated technical support PEPFAR HIV/AIDS Program and Research activities.
Health Initiatives for Safety and Stability in Africa (HIFASS) the lead Organization for the USAID Funded 5-year Local Orphans and Vulnerable Children Partners in Nigeria – Region 3 (LOPIN3) project among other consortium members: People -to – People Health Foundation Nigeria (PPHFN), Calabar Arch Diocesan Action Committee on AIDS (CAACA) and Catholic Diocese of Abakaliki Succor and Development Services (SUCCDEV). The project is focused on community-based, result-oriented, child- centred and family-focused interventions to increase capacity of local organizations and communities to positively respond to the needs of OVCs.
HIFASS is seeking for interest companies who are technically, financially and administratively capable of supplying products or rendering services to us in any of our locations – Abuja, Cross River and Ebonyi in the following areas:
• Lot 1: Janitorial/Cleaning Services,
• Lot 2: Facility Management
• Lot 3: Security Services
• Lot 4: Hotel and Catering Services
• Lot 5: Automobile Repair and Spare Part Supplies
• Lot 6: Generator Repair
• Lot 7: Diesel (AGO), Petrol (PMS) & Lubricants supply
• Lot 8: Electricals & Electronics supply
• Lot 9: Furniture & Office equipment
• Lot 10: Printing & Graphics Design
• Lot 11: Computers, Hardware & Accessories.
• Lot 12: Stationeries & Other Office supplies
• Lot 13: General Contractor (Maintenance/Repair of Office Equipment (Photocopier Machine, Printer, Air Conditioner, Fire Extinguisher, Fire Alarm panel)
• Lot 14: Logistics Services (Car Hire, Airline Booking, Courier Services etc.)
• Lot 15: Website design/Maintenance
If you are interested, kindly send to us a detailed proposal with detailed Company Profile titled; ‘RE; Call for Expression of Interest’, Indicate Lot Number/s
The profile must include photocopies of the following; CAC Registration Certificate, Evidence of Tax Payment for the last 3 years. Bank Reference Letter, History of Past Performance, Identity of the Company’s Focal Person, Phone No and Email Address to firstname.lastname@example.org . or
Hard Copies to;
The Director of Finance and Administration
Health Initiatives for Safety and Stability in Africa
Plot 49, 34 Crescent, 3rd Avenue, Gwarinpa, Abuja, FCT.
Plot 206,1st Avenue State Housing Estate,
Beside Water Road, Calabar, Cross River State.
Bishop’s House. Opposite Pastoral Centre,
Mile 50, Abakiliki, Ebonyi State.
Closing date for EOI is not later than 16th June 2017.
For further enquiries, please call: 08138510412.