FEDERAL SCHOOL OF MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY (SCIENCES)
P.M.B 2253 JOS, NIGERIA
Provost: Etukudoh, N.S. (Mr.)
Telephone: 08032585197, 08084788866
Jos University Teaching Hospital
INVITATION FOR TECHNICAL AND FINANCIAL TENDER & EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) FOR YEAR 2017
The Federal School of Medical Laboratory Technology’ (Science), Jos intends to undertake the procurement of various goods and services under the 2017 Capital Budgets, in compliance with the Public Procurement Act 2007, the school invites interested and reportable Contractors with relevant experience and good tract records to submit documents necessary for consideration for the execution of these protects:
(2.0) DESCRIPTION OF WORK:
LOT1: Procurement of Medical Laboratory Equipment, Chemicals, Reagents and Teaching Aids.
LOT 2: Procurement of Utility Vehicles Assembled in Nigeria.
(3.0) ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:
Interested and competent contractors. Suppliers and service providers/consultants wishing to carry out any of the projects listed under the two (2) categories above are required to submit the flowing documents in their Technical Proposals which will be subjected to verification and due diligence by the School:
(A) Mandatory/Responsive Requirements: Failure to fulfill any of the under- listed requirements will render a bid, disqualified:
(i) Certificate of Registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC)
(ii) Evidence of current Tax Clearance Certificate for the last three (3) years ending December 2017;
(iii) Evidence of VAT Registration with TIN No. and up-to-date remittance(s);
(iv) Current Pension Compliance Clearance Certificate from National Pension Commission (PENCOM);
(v) Evidence of current Certificate of Compliance by the industrial Training Fund (ITF) in fine with the amended industrial Training Fund Act 2011;
(vi) Evidence of compliance with the Employees Compensation Act which requires that all Employers of labour must remit 1% of the total annual emolument of their workers to the Nigerian Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF);
(vii) Evidence of registration on the National Database of Federal Contractors, Consultants and Service Providers with the Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP) in respect of current Interim Registration Report (IRR);
(viii) A sworn affidavit stating 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 acts relating to any mater and
(ix) A sworn affidavit disclosing whether or not any officer(s) of the School or Bureau of Public Procurement is a farmer or present Director, Shareholder or has any pecuniary interest in the bidder and confirming that all information presented in its bid are true and correct in all particulars.
(B) Evaluation Requirements: Bids that fulfills all of the requirements listed in 3A above, shall further be subjected to Technical Evaluation based on the under-listed requirements and only bids that were adjudged to be technically competent and meet the minimum qualifying score will be qualified for participation at the financial tender stage.
(x) Company Audited Accounts tor the last three years 2914, 2015 and 2016 showing annual turnover
(xi) Evidence of experience with similar jobs in the past three years. This should include the scope/volume of work and the amount which should be verifiable
(xii) Evidence of financial capability to handle the job and bank support.
(xiii) Location of showroom, warehouse and maintenance workshop (not postal address(es)
(xiv) Company profile including names and technical qualification(s) of key personnel
(xv) Evidence of maintenance capability and after sale service for at least 5 years from date of commissioning of equipment (For Lot 1 & 2 only)
(xvi) Registration with the school is not mandatory.
(4.0) COLLECTION OF TENDER DOCUMENTS:
Interested companies/firms should collect bid documents containing specification for the jobs from the Accounts Unit of the School on payment of N20,000.00 non-refundable tender fee for each lot at the school from 9am 3pm working days.
(5.0) SUBMISSION OF TENDER DOCUMENTS:
The complete tender documents must be submitted unconditionally in the following prescribed manner.
(i) A Technical Proposal containing the firms technical qualifications as required in paragraph 3 above; sealed and marked Technical Proposal for…..” at the topmost right-hand corner of the envelope with the name and phone number of the company written at the back of envelop;
(ii) A Financial proposal comprising the filled tender document in a separate envelope boldly marked: Financial tender for……” at the topmost left-hand corner of the envelope with the name and current phone no of the company boldly written at the back of the envelop.
The two envelops must be sealed in a single larger envelop marked tender for……..” at the top left hand corner of the envelope with appropriate LOT Number, the name of the bidder clearly written on the reverse side and addressed to:
Federal School of Medical Laboratory Technology (Science),
Jos, Plateau State
The sealed envelope should be deposited in the Tender Box situated at a designated place in the Provost Office and Administrative Department on or before 12:00noon prompt on Tuesday 8th August, 2017 Late Bids will be rejected.
(6.0) CLOSING OF SUBMISSION/OPENING OF TENDERS:
Submission of Tender will close on 8th August, 2017 by 12:00noon.
All Technical bids received will be opened on 8th August, 2017 at the School’s Mini Hall immediately after close of the submission by l2noon in the presence of Company’s representative who chooses to attend. ONLY technically qualified bidders will be invited for the Financial Bid Opening.
(7.0) INVITATION FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES
The School hereby invites Consultants with relevant experience to indicate their interest in the following:
LOT 3: Workshop and Training on Research Methodology
LOT 4: Entrepreneurship Centre: Training/Vocational Training for the Host Community
LOT 5: Determination of Baseline Studies on Nutritional Contribution on HIV-Drug Interplay with Kidney, Liver and the Heart.
(8.0) QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: Same as above
(9.0) SUBMISSION OF EoI DOCUMENTS
Expression of Interest (EoI) shall be in two (2) hard copies (Original & Copy) and one (1) soft copy for each LOT dearly marked, on or before 12noon 11th July, 2017 to the Office of the Head of Procurement of the School. Opening of the bids will take place immediately after the close of submission at 12noon on Tuesday 8th August 2017, at the School Mini Hall. Payment of Tender Fee will be made after shortlisting of Bidders
Subsequently, within the year, contracts within the approval threshold of the Provost will be placed on the School Notice Board for interested contractors/suppliers.
(i) This advertisement shall not be construed as a commitment on the part of the
School to award any or all of the above tested contracts
(ii) The School will not be responsible for any cost or expenses incurred by any interested party(ies) in connection with any response to this invitation and or the preparation or submission m response to an inquiry.
FAMILY HEALTH INTERNATIONAL (FHI360)
REQUEST FOR QUOTATION (RFQ)
Family Health international (FHI360) is not-for-profit human development organization dedicated to improving lives in lasting ways by advancing integrated, locally driven solutions. Our staff includes experts in health, education, nutrition, environmental, economic development, civil society, gender equality, youth, research and technology – creating a unique mix of capabilities to address today’s interrelated development challenges. With funding from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), FHI360 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.
FHI360 Kano State Office is hereby soliciting quotation from qualified printing firms to print monitoring and evaluation (M&E) tools. Qualified and Interested bidders are required to request for the list of the tools via KanoprintingM&Etools@sidhas.org
(B) 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 clearly stating service costs and/or rates, proposals should include the following minimum eligibility requirements and must be in the format below:
(1) Detailed Company Profile with registered address, functional email, telephone numbers and point of contact for the organization.
(2) Evidence of company registration (i.e. Certificate of incorporation, form CAC7 & CAC2).
(3) Evidence of payment of tax (tax clearance certificate) for the last three years
(4) Evidence of financial capability
(i) Bank reference letter
(ii) Audited financial statements for the last three years
(5) Verifiable physical address of well-equipped printing press
(6) Evidence of availability of relevant printing equipment
(7) Verifiable evidence of similar jobs successfully executed in the past for an amount equal to or above 15 million Naira (including copy of job orders, signed delivery notes of the supplier, and goods receipt note for the receiving organization)
(8) Resumes/CVs of key technical staff, with copies of professional certificates endorsed or initialed by the staff
(9) Evidence of employees’ retirement savings accounts (RSA) with a Pension Fund Administrator
(10) Evidence of remitting employer and employee pension contributions to the appropriate pension fund custodian
(11) Evidence of remittance of training contributions to the Industrial Training Fund (ITF)
(12) Portfolio of past work, this includes a printed copy of 1 No, Health Related Data Collection Register and 1No, Health Related Data Summary Form
(13) Recommendation letter from three organizations attesting to Satisfactory Performance for Supply of Printed Works
(C) INSTRUCTION TO PROSPECTIVE BIDDERS:
The Vendor must have experience in printing (Section B: Scope of Supply) and below are instructions to be strictly complied with. Interested bidders are requested to submit technical and financial bids in separate envelopes. All financial bids must be in Naira (NGN) and signed by Authorized representative of the bidding company. Financial bids must provide the following information:
(i) Cost of Printing
(ii) Delivery Schedule
(iii) Payment terms
(iv) Validity of Quote
(D) SUBMISSION OF PROPOSAL/CLARIFICATION
Bidders are requested to submit their company profile alongside the quotation. The bid must be in Naira (NGN) and signed by authorized representative of the bidding company. Submission should be addressed to:
The State Program Manager,
Family Health International (FHI360),
No 2B, Sabo Bakin Zuwo Road, Opposite Kano Government House,
Nassarawa GRA, Kano, Kano State.
All documents required by this RFQ must be received at the above designated location not later than 2:00PM (Nigeria Time) 30th June, 2017 Facsimile (fax), e-mail documents or postmarked documents will not be accepted. Issuance of this RFQ in no way constitutes a commitment by FHI360 to award a contract.
FHI 360 reserves the right to vary any part of this RFQ at the time of award if it becomes necessary. Bidders may be required to submit a sample each of the items they are being considered for. Kindly indicate the following information in your quotation/submission:
(1) Payment Terms
(2) Standard Delivery lead time
(3) Quotation Validity
FHI 360 is Value Added Tax (VAT) exempted, but charges Withholding Tax (WTH) in compliance with Relevant Nigerian Tax Laws.
FHI 360 designee will answer any questions up to 2:00PM 23rd June, 2017 in relation to this RFQ; hence any request for clarification should be addressed to the State Program Manager via Procurementkano@sidhas.org
NIGERIAN POSTAL SERVICE (NIPOST)
Corporate Headquarters, Muhammadu Bahari Way, Garki II – Abuja
INVITATION TO TENDER FOR MODIFICATION OF ELECTRICAL NETWORK AT INTERNATIONAL MAIL PROCESSING CENTRE IKEJA, LAGOS
In compliance with the Public Procurement Act 2007, the Nigerian Postal Service (NIPOST) intends to undertake the modification of Electrical Network at International Mail Processing Centre, Ikeja Lagos.
Consequently the Nigerian Postal Service wishes to invite reputable and competent companies to tender for the Electrical Works.
SCOPE OF WORK
(i) This includes a total modification and over haul of the Electrical Network to include the following:-
(ii) Encasing of the existing 1,250 A circuit breakers, replacement of (MCCB) electrical molded circuit breakers, correction of surge protector etc.
(iii) Replacement of all lighting points with energy savers, provision of 13A switch socket outlets. Repair of (5tons) Industrial Air Conditioning system.
(iv) General rectification of faults in the overall electrical circuit.
Bids submitted by interested companies should include the following documents: –
(i) Evidence of Registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) of Nigeria.
(ii) Tax clearance certificate for the last three years (2014-2016).
(iii) Industrial Training Fund (TTF) Certificate.
(iv) An Interim Registration report issued by BPP should be provided.
(v) Detailed Company Profile.
(vi) Company Audited Accounts for at least three (3) years.
(vii) Evidence of execution of similar works.
(a) Failure to submit the above listed requirement may lead to disqualification of tender.
(b) Notwithstanding the submission by any company, the Nigerian Postal Service (NIPOST) is neither committed nor obligated to offer its agent or company.
(c) That this advert is published for information purposes only and shall neither be construed to be a commitment on the part of (NIPOST) nor shall it entitle the applicant to any claim(s) whatsoever and to seek any indemnity from NIPOST by virtue of such applicant having responded to this application.
(d) A non-refundable, Tender fee of N10,000 only be paid to NIPOST Remita Account.
All bid documents are to be collected at the office of General Manager Procurement (E&TS) NIPOST Headquarters, Garki II Abuja. (2nd Floor Room 222).
Completed bids are to be submitted at the office of the General Manager Procurement at Second Floor, Room 222.
CLOSING DATE OF SUBMISSION OF TENDER
The closing date for the submission of Tenders shall be on 30th June, 2017 at 10:00am.
OPENING OF BIDS
Opening of the submission shall be immediate at the NIPOST Corporate Headquarters Board Room on the ground floor.
NIGERIAN POSTAL SERVICE (NIPOST)
GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE
The Nigerian Postal Service (NIPOST) in compliance with the Public Procurement Act, 2007, has budgeted funds for the procurement of various projects, supplies and services in the fiscal year, 2017.
In order to achieve prudency, accountability and transparency, NIPOST wishes to notify all prospective vendors, contractor, suppliers, service providers, consultants and the general Public that the service would undertake the procurement of works, Goods, consultancy and services in the 2017, fiscal year budget in the following areas:
(1) CONSTRUCTION/RENOVATION OF POST OFFICES
(A) Under – N5million
(B) N6 Million – 20 Million
(C) N21 Million – 50Miliion
(D) N51 Million – N200 Million
(E) N201 Million – N300 Million
(2) SUPPLY OF OPERATIONAL VEHICLES AND ACCESSORIES
(E) Tyres and tubes
(3) SUPPLLY AND INSTALLATION OF OFFICE EQUIPMENT
(A) Air conditioners
(C) Photocopier Machines
(D) Filing Cabinets
(E) Fire proof safes.
(F) Digital weighing scales.
(4) SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF ICT EQUIPMENT
(A) Solar Power
(B) Computers and accessories
(C) Provision of Land cabling
(D) Provision of Internet access and band with
(E) License agreement
(F) Any other related services.
(5) PRINTING AND SUPPLY OF POSTAL BOOKS, FORMS AND OTHERS
(A) Postal Books and forms.
(B) Financial Books and forms.
(C) Postal Security Books
(D) Marketing Books and forms
(E) Postal labels.
(F) Any other related Books and forms
(6) SUPPLY OF GENERAL STATIONERIES AND OFFICE MATERIALS AND MEDICAL SUPPLIES.
(7) PROVISION OF CONSULTANCY AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICES:- Financial, Legal, Engineering, quantity survey and project management
(8) Supply and installation of security surveillance equipment, security and safety equipment, Access control, Fire/smoke detectors and extinguishers.
(9) SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF PLANT MACHINERIES, AND ACCESSORIES
(A) Generator Plants
(B) Workshop plants and machineries
(C) Machine and Generator Spare parts
(E) Power inverters
(10) SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF OFFICE FURNITURE AND FITTING.
(11) NATIONAL MAIL ROUTES
(1) Company certificate of Incorporation/Registration with Corporate Affairs commission (CAC)
(2) Current Company Tax clearance for the last 3 years with Tax identification number (TIN) issued by FIRS
(3) Pension clearance certificate.
(4) I.T.F clearance certificate.
(5) Evidence of registration on the national data base of contractors, consultant and service providers with Bureau for Public Procurement (BPP)
(6) Company profile
(7) Evidence of financial capability/capacity to undertake the services the company is bidding for (Bank Guarantee).
(8) Three (3) years company audited Account.
(9) A sworn affidavit that the company is not in any legal/financial encumbrance.
(10) A sworn affidavit of the Directors not having any link with NIPOST or the Bureau for Public Procurement and have not been convicted in a Court of Law.
(11) Evidence of any similar job executed.
NB: NIPOST reserves the right to verify, all the above claims.
That this advert is not an invitation to treat for award of contract to existing or prospective suppliers, contractors, consultants and service providers, but a general notice to carry out procurement activities in the above stated areas in the 2017 fiscal year Budget.
AII interest parties should be on the lookout for specific procurement notices. (SPN).
THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA
LAGOS STATE GOVERNMENT
LAGOS WATER CORPORATION
SECOND NATIONAL URBAN WATER SECTOR REFORM PROJECT
CR 4086 -UNI
INVITATION FOR BIDS (IFB) – CONTRACT FOR PROCUREMENT OF DISTRIBUTION NETWORK MATERIALS FOR REDUCTION OF TECHNICAL LOSSES IN LAGOS WATER CORPORATION SERVICE AREAS
The Lagos State Government has received financing from the World Bank /Agence Francaise de Development (AFD) toward the cost of the 2nd National Urban Water Sector Reform Project (2NUWSRP), and intends to apply part of the proceeds toward payments under the contracts for:
LOT 1: Procurement of Pipes and Fittings (SWC/2NUWSRP/GS/084a)
LOT 2: Procurement of Tools, Industrial Safety Materials and Equipment
The Lagos Water Corporation (LWC) now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for:
Lot 1: Supply of Pipes and Fittings comprising of different sizes of detachable flexible coupling, Gibault Joints, Flange Sluice Gate Valves, uPVC Split-Sleeve saddles, uPVC Pipes and Fittings, Galvanized iron plug, Thread Seal Tapes and Solvent-containing Adhesives Gum.
Lot 2: Supply of Tools, Industrial Safety Materials and Equipment. This consists of Tools: Set of Wrenches, Shovels, Diggers with handles, Hacksaw Frames and Blades, Chisels, Wire Brushes, Set of Ring and Flat Spanners; Industrial safety Materials: Safety Helmets, Safety Boots and Protective Cloths; Equipment: Set of Pressure gauges, Air Concrete Breaker Compressor complete with pneumatics Hammer, Electric Hand Cutting Machine with complete set of cutting discs, Dewatering Pumps, Electric Power Generating Sets, Electric Power Drilling Machine and Grand Scanners
The minimum qualification requirements for the respective lots are as follows:
REQUIREMENTS LOT 1 LOT 2
Financial Resources (Minimum) N15 Million N10Million
Average Annual Turnover N90 Million N50 Million
Other specific work experiences required include:
Experience and Technical Capacity
The Bidder shall furnish documentary evidence to demonstrate that it meets the following experience requirement(s): Bidder has successfully and substantially completed supplies (at least three) chat are similar to the proposed Supply. The similarity shall be based on the physical size, complexity and value of contract(s).
The Bidder shall furnish documentary evidence to demonstrate that the Goods it offers shall meet with the requirements detailed in Section VI, page 45 of the bidding document.
Bidding will be conducted through the National Competitive Bidding procedures as specified in the World Bank’s (Guidelines: Procurement of Goods, Works and Non-Consulting Services under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers) Procurement Guidelines, Revised May 2011, and is open to all eligible bidders as defined in the Procurement Guidelines. In addition, please refer to paragraphs 1.6 and 1.7 setting forth the World Bank’s policy on conflict of interest.
Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from Lagos Water Corporation, Engr. Muminu Adekunle Badmus, e-mail: email@example.com , or
Mr. S. O. Ogunlana, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org and inspect the bidding documents during office hours i.e. 08:00 to 5:00 (Monday to Friday) at the address given below.
A complete set of bidding documents in English language may be purchased by interested eligible bidders upon the submission of a written application to the address below and upon payment of a non-refundable fee of N30,000.00 (Thirty Five Thousand Naira). The method of payment will be by Cheque or Bank Draft in favour of Lagos Water Corporation. The document will be picked-up at the address below.
Bids must be delivered to the address below on or before 12noon, 13th July, 2017. Electronic bidding will not be permitted. Late bids will be rejected. Bids will be publicly opened in the presence of the bidders’ designated representatives and anyone who choose to attend at the address below on 12noon, 13th July, 2017.
All bids must be accompanied by a Bid Security, which shall be a Bank Guarantee as follows:
Lot 1 – The amount of the Bid Security shall be: 2% of the bid price;
Lot 2 – The amount of the Bid Security shall be: 2% of the bid price
The address referred to above is:
Lagos Water Corporation Headquarters (Water House)
5th Floor, Rm 549 (Project Office)
Ijora Causeway, Ijora,
P.O. Box 555, Lagos.
Tel: +234 (1) 7749034, +234-8077763774.
Attention: Mr. S.O. Ogunlana (Project Coordinator)
E-mail address: email@example.com
CATHOLIC RELIEF SERVICES (CRS)
Plot 477, 41 Crescent, Off Sa’adu Zungur Avenue,
Off 4th Avenue, Gwarinpa, Abuja.
SCOPE OF WORK FOR THE ENGAGEMENT OF CONSULTANTS FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF POST LLIN REPLACEMENT CAMPAIGN BCC ACTIVITIES USING THE COMMUNITY SUSTAINABLE STRATEGY
(1.0) Background and Context
It is estimated that more than three hundred thousand deaths per annum are caused by malaria in Nigeria. It is also a factor in the number of people who visit health facilities, as it is responsible for 60% of outpatient visits. Of the total population of about one hundred and seventy million, ninety seven percent is at risk of Malaria.
Nigeria has adopted the use of LLINs as an intervention for malaria vector control in the country as part of the Integrated Vector Management Strategy. So far over 60 million LLINs have been distributed in country through mass campaigns between 2009 and 2013. About 3 million LLINs have also been distributed through the continuous distribution channels.
The main challenge is getting individuals and communities to sleep inside these nets, even beyond the LLIN distribution periods. Efforts have been made through advocacy, communication and social mobilization to empowering people for decision making and action. This often requires working on socio-cultural beliefs to facilitate shifts in mind-sets, and ultimately increase the utilization of malaria interventions and services including LLINs.
However, despite this huge effort, the LLIN use in-country remains unacceptably low. To change this low net use situation, NMEP and CRS planned to conduct a post campaign BCC intervention, intended to promote and sustain a culture of net use in 3 states (Kwara, Osun and Edo). The schedule for the post campaign implementation in each state is shown in the table below.
Table 1: Implementation Schedule.
S/N State Duration Date
1 Kwara and Osun 60 days Kwara – From September 11, 2017.
Osun – From September 12, 2017
2 Edo 60 days From August 29, 2017
The post campaign BCC intervention will employ several targeted BCC activities at the community level.
(2.0) Priority Activities to be implemented
Advocacy and sensitization activities with the Chair and members of traditional rulers’ council.
(2.2) Community Based Activities
• Engagement of State, LGA and WDCs (community coordinators)
• Build capacity and engage Town Announcers to disseminate key malaria messages especially on the benefits of LLIN use.
• Build capacity and engagement community volunteers.
• Interpersonal Communication by community volunteers during house to house visits and assisting households to hang their nets.
• Community Dialogue on LLIN use
• Engagement of ward supervisors
• Adapt and produce post campaign BCC materials
• Procurement of Hammers and Nails
• Production of M&E forms
(2.4) Health Facility
Health Education for mothers and caregivers on benefit of LLIN, its use and demonstration on appropriate hanging during ANC, immunization and outpatient unit. This should be done regularly on daily basis by service providers.
Production and airing of radio jingles on LLIN use
(3.0) Engagement of BCC Consultants
To implement the above activities, CRS will engage a BCC consultant (group, firm or entity) with relevant BCC expertise and experience to work in each state.
(3.1) Role of BCC Consultants
The consultant will be assigned to engage and mobilize communities with a view to raising understanding and accelerating behaviour change among individuals and communities with respect to net use. The objectives are as follows:
To implement community activities and other priority activities (as indicated in 2.0 above) that will increase number of households who hang LLINs in target communities from a baseline figure to over 60% at the end of the intervention period and recommend strategies for sustaining continuous use.
To increase percentage of community members in target communities who sleep inside LLINs from an initial baseline figure to reach at least 80% at the end of the intervention.
To document lessons learnt and positive shifts in attitudes towards LLINs hanging and use
(4.0) Scope of Work
The scope of work en tails the following activities:
• Potential consultants will use information collected during micro-planning (demand creation activities) for the campaigns to develop community action plans
• Support community activities to promote positive behaviour for LLIN use.
• The assignment will cover all LGAs in the state.
• All the training activities will be LGA specific.
(5.0) Specific Activities/Tasks
(i) Conduct community engagement meetings and planning sessions with stakeholders.
(ii) In collaboration with LGAs, carry out stakeholders meeting for post campaign BCC planning with the community coordinators
(iii) To provide technical support for the finalization and production of adapted community materials;
(iv) To provide technical support for community sensitization and awareness creation on LLINs hanging, usage and maintenance.
(v) To support Inter-Personal Communication (IPC) for promotion of LLIN hanging and use
(vi) To support community dialogue for promoting LLIN hanging and use
(vii) To provide periodic update of the implementation of the post campaign activities on monthly basis to state.
(viii) In collaboration with the NMEP and CRS, participate in the assessment of the impact of the post campaign interventions on LLIN hanging and use
(ix) To document lessons learnt and share with state and partners
(x) To write a final report of activities implemented during the post campaign activities.
• A corporate organization or NGO, experience in implementation of health and community related BCC activities
• Relevant demonstrable skill in the planning and implementation of grass root mobilization activities with focus on health interventions.
• Proven experience in managing complex public health programs or projects in Nigeria or similar developing country context
• Previous experience in the overall planning and execution of large scale health campaigns
• Possession of crop of personnel with proven technical abilities in team building and training skills
• Strong analytical and problem solving skills
• Excellent technical writing and oral presentation skills highly desired
• Local presence in the state/region of interest
(7.0) Procedure for Engagement of BCC Consultant
• BCC consultants will be engaged in a transparent manner in consonance with CRS procurement processes. Each Firm/Organisation is to bid for some or all lots but CRS will award a maximum of two (2) lots (States) to one bidder to ensure a balanced portfolio in terms of risk management The following stages shall be followed in the engagement of a BCC consultant.
• Publication of invitation for expression of interest in national dailies or such other agreed medium
• Following the publication mentioned above, invitation for expression of interests will be accepted for all the states where LLIN replacement campaigns are taking place.
• Expression of interest will be reviewed by an expert team and potential organisations shortlisted for the various states.
• Shortlisted organisation(s) will send a work plan guided by the table above to CRS, with attached financial proposal on a format developed and approved by CRS.
• CRS will review work plans and recommend 3 organisations for each state.
• CRS procurement team will review technical reports and assess financial bids.
• BCC consultant (firm/organisation) selected in accordance with CRS guidelines from the 3 whose technical proposals have been recommended.
• Contract document developed by technical and finance teams.
• Relevant annexure to the contract developed. These include approved work plan, approved budget, M&E plan including clear statement of targets and milestones, List of personnel for the exercise
• BCC consultant is mobilized as contracted.
(8.0) Deliverables and Payment for Services
The fee shall be paid in three tranches. The first tranche shall be payable upon the finalization and conclusion of engagement process (at contract signing including provision of the relevant annexure). The second tranche shall be payable upon completion of all campaign SBCC activities and submission of report; while the third tranche shall be at retainage (final check by CRS) including signed off by the CRS COP GF Malaria Project. The tranches, amounts in percentages as well as deliverables are shown in the table below.
Tranche Payment schedule Final Deliverable/Output (OVIs) Amount
First Upon signing of contract • Reports, video clips and pictures of meetings
• Adapted community engagement materials
• Samples of community Data Collection Tool
• Detailed retirement documents for trainings and workshop 60%
Second Upon submission of detailed retirement documents for trainings and workshops and submission of the preliminary report • Documentary on IPC, community dialogues and awareness creation on hanging and use in the states.
• Periodic reports on update of the implementation of the post campaign activities on monthly basis
• Final report highlighting lessons learnt during the post campaign activities. 30%
Third Retainage • Final check by 10%
The duration of the project will be for the period stated in Table 1 – Implementation Schedule.
(10.0) Deadline for Submission
Expression of interest is expected to be submitted by 20th July, 2017.
ONDO STATE GOVERNMENT
INVITATION FOR THE TECHNICAL AND FINANCIAL BID FOR INSURANCE COVER OF THE ONDO STATE GOVERNMENT PROPERTIES
The Ondo State Government in compliance with the Public Procurement Art (PPA) 2007 invites reputable and interested Underwriting Companies and Insurance Brokers with proven track records to submit Technical and Financial bids for the under-listed Insurance policies.
LOT1 PROPERTY INSURANCE
LOT2 MOTOR INSURANCE
LOT3 GROUP PERSONAL ACCIDENT
LOT4 GROUP LIFE ASSURANCE
2.0 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
Prospective bidders are required to submit the following documents
(i) Detailed company profile stating current office address, e-mail and functional phone numbers and list of key personnel including professional to be attached to the work including photocopies of relevant professional certificates
(ii) Evidence of Incorporation/Registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) by inclusion of certified true copy of certificate of incorporation and Article of Association.
(iii) Evidence of Tax clearance certificate & Tax remittance for the past 3 years (2014, 2015 & 2016) corresponding to the declared annual turnover in the companies audited reports.
(iv) Current pension compliance clearance certificate from National Pension Commission (PENCOM).
(v) Evidence of compliance with Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Amendment Act by inclusion of compliance certificate.
(vi) Evidence of VAT registration and remittance to FIRS.
(vii) Evidence of compliance with Nigerian Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF). Evidence of payee to OSIR
(viii) A sworn affidavit that none of the directors has Been convicted in any court of law for any criminal offence.
Failure to submit all document stated above may lead to the disqualification of the bid.
2.1 TECHNICAL PROPOSAL FOR INSURANCE UNDERWRITERS FIRMS SHOULD INCLUDE:
Current evidence of Operating Licence from National Insurance Commission (NAICOM)
(i) Evidence of valid Reinsurance Treaty/cover
(ii) Evidence of experience in at least five (5) jobs of similar nature executed within the past five years with verifiable letters of award.
2.2 TECHNICAL PROPOSAL FOR INSURANCE BROKERAGE FIRMS SHOULD INCLUDE:
(i) Evidence of Operating Licence from National Insurance Commission (NAICOM) and membership of NCRIB
(ii) Professional Indemnity (Evidence of valid current cover)
(iii) Evidence of experience in at least five (5) jobs of similar nature executed within the past five years with verifiable letter of award.
2.3 FINANCIAL PROPOSAL FOR INSURANCE UNDERWRITING AND INSURANCE BROKERAGE FIRMS SHOULD INCLUDE:
(i) Period of Insurance/Cover is One (1) year or 365days
3.0 ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
(i) Audited statement of Account for the 2014, 2015, 2016 duly endorsed by a firm of chartered accountant
(ii) Evidence of Bank Reference/ Financial Capability 4.0 COLLECTION OF BIDDING DOCUMENTS
Interested Companies/Firms should collect Standard Bid Document from Monday 19th June, 2017 from the office of the Senior Special Assistant to the Governor on Public and Intergovernmental Affairs, Governor’s Office, Alagbaka Akure, Ondo State, after payment of non-refundable fee of Fifty Thousand Naira (N50, 000.00) only for Brokers while One Hundred Thousand Naira (N100,000.00) only for Underwriter Payment shall be made to Bank as directed by Account Department. After payment, Teller shall be taken to the Unit for confirmation and issuance of receipt for Bid collection.
5.0 SUBMISSION OF TECHNICAL AND FINANCIAL BIDS
The Technical and Financial Bids of firms with all required supporting documents (ORIGINAL AND DUPLICATE) neatly packaged in sealed each stating the Insurance cover, Lot Number and Company’s Name shall be submitted not later than Friday 7th July, 2017 by 12noon to the office of:
Senior Special Assistant to the Governor,
Public & Intergovernmental Affairs Relations
Please note that:
The financial bid should be in a separate envelop attached to the technical bid. Late submission will NOT be accepted.
All enquiries regarding this advertisement should be directed to the office of the Senior Special Assistant to the Governor on Public & Intergovernmental Affairs Relations or through the following telephone number during official Hours (9am-5pm) only 08024035617 & 08035323515
(i) Late submission of bid documents will not be entertained.
(ii) All CAC, Vat, PENCOM, ITF, NSITF and Tax Clearance Certificates submitted may be referred to Security Agencies, Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), Federal Inland Revenue Services (FIRS), Industrial Training Fund (ITF), National Pension Commission and other relevant bodies for verification.
(iii) This notice shall not be construed to be a commitment on the part Ondo State Government or its Agent to award any form of contract to any respondent nor shall it entitle any Company/Firm submitting documents to claim any indemnity from the Agency.
(iv) The Agency is not bound to accept the lowest financial bidder.
(v) Bidders shall be responsible for all costs in preparation and submission of Bids.
NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY TEACHING HOSPITAL
P.M.B. 5025, NNEWI, ANAMBRA STATE, NIGERIA
INVITATION FOR TECHNICAL AND FINANCIAL BID DOCUMENTS
The Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital, Nnewi Anambra State intends to utilize its National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) Intervention Fund to execute the under listed projects. In this regard, the Hospital wishes to invite tenders from interested, competent, experience qualified and reputable Contractors/Suppliers for the under listed projects.
Lot 1: Supply and Installation of Medical Oxygen Cylinder Refilling Plant with the Capacity of filling Sixty (60) cylinders of 6m3 per 24 hours and the Construction of Oxygen Plant House.
Lot 2: Supply and Installation of sound-proof Perkins Power Generators.
Lot 3: Supply and Installation of Basic Endoscopy and ENT Medical Equipment (The makes are as approved in the Procurement Health and Medical Equipment/list of Manufacture and Equipment for Tertiary Hospital, 2nd Edition for year 2017 – 2018).
(2) QUALIFICATION AND TENDER REQUIREMENTS:
(A) Mandatory Criteria
(1) Evidence of Company Registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC).
(2) Company Tax Clearance Certificate for the past Three (3) years (2014, 2015 & 2016)
(3) Evidence of Value Added Tax Registration Certificate.
(4) Certificate of Compliance with National Pension Commission (PENCOM) Reform Act 2014.
(5) Certificate of Compliance with Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Act 2011.
(6) Evidence of Registration with Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP) IRR.
(7) Evidence of Registration with Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund.
(B) Other Requirements
(8) Evidence of Financial Capacity to execute this project from a Commercial Bank.
(9) Evidence of Audited Account for the last Three (3) years (2014,2015, and 2016) and reference letter from Company’s Bankers.
(10) Evidence of Company’s Registration with NAUTH, Nnewi (not less than Category G).
(11) List of similar verifiable and successfully executed projects by the company with the location, letter of award and completion certificate.
(12) Company’s Profile disclosing names of Directors, their Addresses and List of Managerial, Technical and Administrative Staff of the company.
(13) Current sworn affidavit disclosing that:
(a) The company is not in receivership, insolvent, and/or bankrupt.
(b) The company does not have any Director who has ever been convicted in any court for a criminal offence in relation to Fraud or Financial Impropriety.
(3) COLLECTION OF BIDDING DOCUMENTS
A non-refundable tender fee of Thirty Thousand naira (N30, 000.00) only, shall be made at the Finance and Account Department of the institution.
Interested bidders shall collect bidding documents from;
The Secretary, Parastatal Tender Board (PTB), Procurement Unit, NAUTH, Nnewi on presentation of the original copy of receipt issued by the Finance and Account Department of the institution as evidence of payment of tender fee from Monday 19th June, 2017 and Closing on Wednesday 2nd August, 2017 at 12 Noon.
(4) SUBMISSION OF BIDDING DOCUMENTS:
Prospective Bidders for the Projects shall enclose as follows:
(a) Two (2) Technical Bid Documents in a separate envelope (marked TECHNICAL BID) should be numbered serially as contained in your table of contents.
(b) Two (2) Financial Bid Documents in a separate envelope (marked FINANCIAL BID). Both envelopes containing the Technical and Financial documents should be in one sealed envelope with the project title and Lot number. The company’s Name and Address should be indicated at the back of the Envelope and addressed to the Chief Medical Director, NAUTH Nnewi, Anambra State from Monday 19th June, 2017 and Closing on Wednesday 2nd August, 2017 at 12 Noon.
The bid documents are to be dropped in the Tender Box at the Chief Medical Director’s Office, Nnewi.
(5) CLOSING DATE AND OPENING OF BIDS
Submission of bid documents closes at 12 Noon on Wednesday 2nd August, 2017. The submitted bids shall be opened immediately after closing at the Theatre Complex of NAUTH, Nnewi, Anambra State. Prospective Bidders or their representatives, Civil Society groups, NGOs, Professional Bodies and members of the general public are invited through this Advertisement to witness the bid opening exercise.
(6) ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
(a) Non-compliance to the instructions and late submission will lead to disqualification.
(b) Bidders are not permitted to bid for more than one (1) Lot; any bidder that violates this rule shall be automatically disqualified.
(c) This advertisement is published for information purpose only and should not be considered as a commitment or obligation on the part of the Hospital to award of contract.
(d) The Hospital reserves the right to annul the bidding process at any time without incurring any liabilities and assigning reason thereto.
(e) The Hospital shall not be responsible for any cost incurred in the bid preparation and submission of documents by Contractors/Service Providers.
(f) Bidders of Lot 1 are required to include Bid Security from a reputable Commercial Bank in their Financial Bid Document.
Prof A.O. Igwegbe
Chief Medical Director