CROSS RIVER STATE GOVERNMENT
MINISTRY OF HEALTH MICHAEL ANI SECRETARIAT
INVITATION TO TENDER
The Government of Cross River State of Nigeria has received funds from the federal Government of Nigeria for the implementation of saving one million lives performance for results (SMOH P 4 R) programme with support from the World Bank to provide maternal and health services in Cross River State.
Therefore, interested contractors and suppliers with reputable integrity are invited to ” tender for the procurement of the following under listed lots.
LOT 1: OFFICE EQUIPMENT AND STATIONERIES
• Laptop computers – 10
• Heavy duty printer – 2
• Photocopier – 1
• Scanner – 1
• Refrigerator – 1
• UPS – 1
• Standing fan – 3
• Extension cables – 3
• Generator sets – 2
• Stabilizer – 2
• Spiral binding machine – 2 internet Pointers and Installation
• A4 printing papers – 5 cartons
• Spiral binding strings – 2 packets
• Stapling pins – 2
• File tray (glassy x in on units) – 3
LOT 2: OFFICE FURNITURES
• Office table – 2
• Office chairs (2 executive & 4 visitors) – 6
• Conference table – 2
• Chairs for conference table – 20
• Air conditioners – 3
• Metal filling cabinet – 1
• Inverters for PMU & SMOH (3.5&5.0KVA) – 5
• Window curtains
LOT 3: MOTOR VEHICLES
• Double cabin pickup
• 18 seater bus
LOT 4: LABORATORY EQUIPMENTS & REAGENTS
• 18 Vaccine carriers, 18 Solar Direct Drive refrigerators (SDDs) and 18 Ice Lining Refrigerators (ILRs) 5 each
• HIV rapid test kits
• CD4 reagents
• Pregnancy Test Kits pks
• Absorbable Table Mat
• Masking tools
LOT 5: DRUGS & CONSUMABLES
• Anti-Retroviral drugs (ARVs)
• Vitamin A
• Ferrous Sulphate
• Folic Acid Cotton wool
• Providone Iodine Spirit
• Syringes (5mls) and needles
• Jik (chlorine solution) Towels
• Handwashing bowls
• Drug envelopes
• Water proofs
• Surgical drapes
• Water for injection
• Surgical Gloves
• Tab iron folate (1000/bottle)
• Tab vitamin B complex (1000/bottle)
• Tab Multivite (1000/bottle)
• I.V cannula with port, snap fit cap & suturable wing (size: 24, 20, 18 & 16) each Tab Flagyl
• Tab ciproflox
• Cap Ampicilin
• Tab Septrin
• Eye ointment
• Oxytocin injection (10×10 plots)
LOT 6: PRINTING JOBS
• Client Record forms for FP, PMTCT, Immunization, Nutrition, Malaria, Safe Motherhood
• Production of NHMIS tools
• Design, print and distribute SOPs and guidelines for R1
• Design, production and airing of media materials and jingles for awareness creation
• Appointment diaries
• Develop IEC materials and job aids materials (malaria, PMTCT, immunization, FP etc)
• Mama Kits (1 bag, 1 big tissue paper, 2 towels cotton x 2 yards, detol – small, cotton wool (250mg), sanitary papd (comfit)
LOT 7: EQUIPMENT FOR BEMONC SITES
• Thermometer suction
• Anti-shock garment
• Ambu Bag (paediatric & Adult)
• Patella Hammer Bath weighting Scale
• Kiwi vacuum delivery system Misoprostol 200mg (6 x 10per pk)
• Chlohexidine Gel.
• Magnesium Sulohate
• Calcium Gluconate
• IV fuids 500mls (Dextrose saline, normal saline, full strength Darrows, half strength Darrows dextrose in water) cartons each
• Autoclave equipment and sterilizing units
LOT 8: RENOVATION PMU OFFICE
CRITERIA FOR QUALIFICATION
The qualifying criteria is based on the following:
(1) Certificate of incorporation (CAC)
(2) Current CRS Due Process Registration Certificate/Renewal
(3) 3 years Audited Account of Company
(4) Current tax clearance of certificate of company
(5) Income tax clearance from at least two directors
(6) Evidence of financial capability/bank support
(7) Professional/technical qualification of key staff
(8) Evidence of similar project/knowledge of industry
(9) VAT registration/evidence of VAT remittances
(10) Annual turnover of company for firm
MODE OF SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION
All completed applications should be submitted in three (3) hard copies in a sealed envelope of approximately 290 x 360mm marked tenders for SAVE A MILLION LIVES at the top left hand corner of the envelope and addressed to:
Ministry of Health Headquarter Calabar,
Cross River State
All applications must reach the procurement department, First Floor, room 10 on or before July, 21st, 2017. The register for the receipt of application will close at 12 noon of the same day while the opening of bid will commence same day at 1.30pm in the Ministry’s conference room, 5th floor, Calabar.
Roselyn A. Ikang
For: Commissioner for Health
DIGITAL BRIDGE INSTITUTE
INTERNATIONAL CENTRE FOR INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS STUDIES
INVITATION TO TENDER/REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
In compliance with requirements of the Public Procurement Act, 2007, the Digital Bridge Institute, invites suitably qualified and competent firms to tender for the following:
1. Remodelling and Refurbishing of Classrooms and other Facilities
2. Supply of Books and Other Learning Resources
3, Provision of Internet Services
4. Supply of ICT Tools and Device
5. Consultancy for DBI Multimedia Content City
6. Asset Coding and Documentation
7. Consultancy for Policy and Process Development
3.0 ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
Interested contractors are to submit the following documents in the order stipulated below:
• Evidence of incorporation and registration with CAC
• Genuine Tax Clearance Certificate for the proceeding 3 years i.e. 2013, 2014 and 2015.
• Evidence of current pension clearance certificate from PENCOM (for year 2016)
• Evidence of compliance certificate with the provision of section 6(1)(3) of the amended Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Act No. 19 of 2011.
• Evidence of compliance with all NSITF/Payment of Training contributions to the Industrial Training Fund (for current year 2015)
• Companies audited account for the preceding 3 years i.e. 2013 2014 and 2015. Please note that the Turnover in the Audited Account must match Turnover declared in Tax Clearance Certificates.
• Evidence of Registration on the Bureau for Public Procurement (BPP) National Database of Contractor, Consultants and Service Providers.
• Profile of the Company including list of similar projects executed, and curriculum vitae of professionals in the company’s employment
• Evidence of financial capability supported with bank statements for the last six months from a reputable bank.
• Every submission must be accompanied with an affidavit that all information and documents submitted are true and correct and that no officer of DBI is a former or present director, shareholder or has any pecuniary interest in the bidder. Please note that copies of Tax Clearance and PENCOM Certificates will be forwarded to relevant Government Authorities for validation by the DBI in the course of the bidding process.
• All documents listed above must be arranged in the order of listing in both the original and duplicate copies.
4.0 COLLECTION OF TENDER DOCUMENTS/INSTRUCTIONS
The collection of Tender Bid attracts a tender fee of 1425,000.00 (Twenty-Five Thousand Naira Only) through the bank payable to Digital Bridge Institute, Zenith Bank, Account Number: 1010797843. Evidence of payment of the tender fee must be attached when returning the Tender Bid.
The prospective bidders shall enclose the technical and financial bids in two (2) separate envelops and enclose the two envelopes in one sealed envelope clearly marked Financial and Technical Bid on the top right-hand comer. The reverse side of the envelope shaft bear the description of the Tender document, the name and address of the company and addressed to:
The Head, Procurement
Digital Bridge Institute
NO 8, P.O.W. Mafemi Crescent
Off Solomon Lar, Utako, Abuja.
5.0 SUBMISSION OF TENDER DOCUMENT
The Tender document should be submitted in a sealed envelope clearly marked with the lots number on the right hand corner of the envelope, and dropped in the tender box marked Financial and Technical Bid.
The documents should be dropped in the Bid Box located at the Institute’s Head Office (reception desk) of the above address not later than 12noon on JULY 28, 2017. Bidders are allowed to bid for only two Lots.
Tender documents would be opened on the August 4, 2017, by 1.00pm at the Board Room of the Institute. It is mandatory for all contractors or their representatives to attend the opening exercise.
Late submissions shall be rejected.
This advertisement is published for information purpose only and should not be construed as a commitment or obligation on the part of DBI to award a contract.
DBI will not be responsible for any cost or expenses incurred by any interested party in connection with any response to an inquiry nor shall it entitle any party submitting documents claim any liabilities from the Institute.
DBI is not bound to shortlist any bidder and reserves the right to annul the bidding process at any time without incurring any liabilities and assigning reason thereof.
Every bid shall be accompanied by an affidavit that all information and documents submitted are true and correct and that no officer of the institute is a former or present director shareholder or has any pecuniary interest in the bidder.
All bids must be submitted by hand.
All enquiries should be directed to:
The Head, Procurement
Digital Bridge Institute (2nd floor)
8 POW Mafemi Crescent
Off Solomon Lar Way
Utako District, Abuja. Tel: 09-2906946
SHELL NIGERIA EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION COMPANY LIMITED (SNEPCO)
TENDER OPPORTUNITY: PROVISION OF REMOTE SENSING DATA AND SERVICES
NIPEX TENDER NUMBER: 1000001705 TENDER REF: NG02003469/SNEPCO.00000075
SHELL hereby announces to interested and pre-qualified companies on upcoming tendering opportunity to supply satellite remote sensing data and services for SNEPCo. The proposed contract will commence in Q4 201 7 and remain active for two (2) years duration with an option to extend for o further year.
2.0 SCOPE OF WORK
The scope of the activities include but not limited to:
• Optical and radar satellite imagery planning and procurement, providing data licensed to meet the requirements of SNEPCo.
• Optical and radar image processing, analysis and interpretation/and reporting, incl. mapping over the SNEPCo operations area on as needed basis.
• Radar based surveillance of SNEPCo interests along the coastline and offshore Nigeria, as required, including provision of a continuous surveillance programme.
• Technical support services to SNEPCo staff in remote sensing imagery deployment, processing, analysis and interpretation for Shell activities.
• Perform specialised image data processing, analysis and interpretation.
• Provide on/offsite training.
3.0 MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS
(1) To be eligible for this tender exercise, interested contractor are required to be pre-qualified as essential service vendor in the NJQS product category 3.09.07-Survey/Positioning Services category in NipeX Joint Qualification System (NJQS) data base. Only successfully pre-qualified suppliers in this category will receive Invitation to Technical Tender (ITT).
(2) To determine if you are pre-qualified and view product/service category you are listed for, open http://www.nipex-ng.com and access NJQS with your login details, click on continue Joint Qualification Scheme tool, click check my supplier status and then click supplier product group.
(3) If you are not listed in a product/service category you are registered with DPR to do business , contact NipeX office at 30, Oyinkan Abayomi Street, Ikoyi, Lagos with your DPR certificate as evidence for necessary update .
(4) To initiate the JQS prequalification process, access http://www.nipex-ng.com to download the application form, make necessary payments and contact NipeX office for further action.
(5) To be eligible, all tenders must comply with the Nigerian Content Requirements in the NipeX system.
4.0 NIGERIAN CONTENT REQUIREMENTS
Vendors are to demonstrate strict compliance with the provisions of Nigerian Oil & Gas Industry Content Development Act and also provide the following requirements:
Demonstrate that the entity is a Nigerian Registered Company, or Nigerian Registered Company as the contracting entity in genuine alliance or joint “venture with foreign company with details on scope and responsibilities of parties for this work. Such companies must show evidence of joint venture binding agreement duly signed by the CEO of both companies including evidence or plans of physical operational presence and set-up in Nigeria
International or multinational company working through a Nigerian subsidiary must demonstrate that a minimum of 50% of equipment to be deployed for execution of work shall be owned by the Nigerian subsidiary by providing a list of equipment for this tender and indicating those that will be owned by the Nigerian subsidiary
Furnish details of company ownership and shareholding structure. Also submit clear photocopies of your CAC Forms C02 and C07
Provide evidence of what percentage of your key management positions is held by Nigerians and what percentage of the total work force are Nigerians. Also, show overall percentage of work to be performed in Nigeria and those by Nigerian resources relative to total work volume.
Provide a Nigerian Content Plan providing a detailed description of the role, work scope, man-hours and responsibilities of all Nigerian companies and personnel that would be involved in executing the work. Also provide details of Nigerian Content focal point or manager.
State proposed total scope of work to be conducted by Nigerian personnel (whether contracted directly or under subcontract agreements) with names and addresses including evidences of well-equipped offices and workshop; attach past experience of such patronage.
Specific to this work, provide detailed plan for staff training and development on equipment repairs & maintenance and procurement (including all software to be used, number of personnel, name of organization providing such training and evidence of past training record) for Nigerian personnel including description of any specific programs in place for transfer of technology and skills to indigenous businesses and Nigerians over the next five (5) years.
Location of in-country facilities (Storage, workshops, repair & maintenance facilities and testing facilities)
Contractor must be willing and able to provide evidence of maximization of made in Nigeria goods and services.
Provide details on any other Nigerian Content initiative your company is involved in.
5.0 Closing Date
Only Tenderers who are registered in the NJQS product/category as at 28th July, 2017 being the advert close date shall be invited to submit Technical bids.
6.0 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
All costs incurred in preparing and processing NJQS prequalification shall be to the contractor’s accounts.
This advertisement shall neither be construed as any form of commitment on the Part of SNEPCo to award any contract to any company and or associated companies, sub-contractors or agents, nor shall it entitle prequalified companies to make any claims whatsoever, and/or seek any indemnity from SNEPCo and or any of its partners by virtue of such companies having been prequalified in NJQS.
SNEPCo will communicate only with authorized officers of the pre-qualifying companies and NOT through individuals or Agents.
Please visit NipeX portal at http://www.nipex-ng.com for this advert and other information.
Also note that this contract will be progressed through NipeX system.
WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
ITB FOR MOTORCYCLES
INVITATION TO SUBMIT BID (ITB) FROM THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
BIDS must be submitted to WHO via the drop Box situated at:
Red Star Express Central Office, Abuja
DHL International Express, Wuse 11, Abuja
Closing Date: 30th July, 2017 at 5:00pm (Nigerian time).
Offers Submitted in any other manner (e.g. fax, email) will be invalidated
Opening Date: Bids will be opened at a place and time to be indicated
As part of its work, the World Health Organization undertakes jointly with Member States and other specialized UN Agencies a variety of health projects for which equipment and supplies are provided free of charge by the Organization. Purchases of such material are non-commercial and international in character, as the products in question are for use in health programmes mainly in the states.
The purpose of this Invitation to Bid (ITB) is to procure Motorcycles for Disease Surveillance Notification Officers (DSNOs).
Bidders are invited to submit offers for Motorcycles as per details provided in Annex I.
INSTRUCTIONS TO PROPOSERS:
(1) The currency of the offer shall preferably be the NGN Naira.
Offers must be made in accordance with the instructions contained in this ITB. All offers must be submitted via the drop box as indicated above.
All technical specifications and full documentation must be submitted by the same means. Offers submitted by other methods shall not be considered.
VALIDITY OF OFFERS:
Offers should be valid for a period of no less than 90 days and preferably for a period as long as possible. WHO reserves the right to place similar orders for other destinations at a later stage within the validity period subject to acceptance by the supplier.
WHO may request free samples, which will be subject to review.
PUBLIC OPENING OF BIDS:
Bidders who wish to attend the bid opening session will do so at their own cost, and should inform WHO 48 hours in advance, indicating contact details of the person who will attend the bid opening. Non-attendance has no implication on the evaluation of the bids.
REQUESTING INFORMATION FROM WHO DURING THE TENDER PROCESS:
Any request for information regarding the specifications or other details of this ITB are to be addressed to the procurement officer in charge EXCLUSIVELY through e-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enquiries received less than 10 calendar days prior to the ITB closing date cannot be guaranteed any response. Only written enquiries will be entertained. Questions are to be submitted in the format “Paragraph Number – Question”. A response to written queries will be provided to all proposers in writing.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS:
Any order resulting from this invitation shall contain the WHO Purchase Order General Terms and Conditions and any other specific terms or conditions detailed within this ITB.
Any information that the vendor may consider necessary to guarantee or clarify the bid (e.g. technical details, compliance with standards, etc.) may be included, provided appropriate and clearly indicated reference is made in the offer.
RIGHTS OF WHO:
In case of failure by the vendor to perform under the terms and conditions of the purchase order, including, but not limited to, failure to obtain necessary export licences, or to make delivery of all or part of the goods by the agreed delivery date or dates, WHO may, after giving the vendor reasonable notice to perform and without prejudice to any other rights or remedies, exercise one or more of the following rights:
(1) Procure all or part of the goods from other sources, in which event WHO may hold the vendor responsible for any excess cost occasioned thereby.
(2) Refuse to accept delivery of all or part of the goods.
(3) Terminate the purchase order.
WHO reserves the right to:
(1) Award the contract to a bidder of its choice, even if its bid is not the lowest;
(2) Award separate contracts and make multiple arrangements for any item or items, where, in the opinion of WHO the lowest acceptable offer cannot fully meet the requirements, or if it is deemed to be in the interest of WHO to do so. Any arrangement under this condition will be made on the basis of quoted price in lowest, second lowest and third lowest acceptable offer which is fully responsive and meeting all requirements. WHO reserves the right also to accept only part of the items and/or quantities quoted for;
(3) Accept or reject any bid, and to annul the solicitation process and reject all bids at any time prior to award of contract, without thereby incurring any liability to the affected bidder or bidders and without any obligation to inform the affected bidder or bidders of the grounds for WHO’s action;
(4) Award the contract on the basis of the Organization’s particular objectives to a bidder whose bid is considered to be the most responsive to the needs of the Organization and the activity concerned;
(5) Not award any contract at all;
(6) Reject any item or offer which is not in compliance with the specifications and requirements set forth in this Invitation to Bid. Moreover, WHO may reject any or all bids without assigning any reason in the interest of the Organization.
WHO has the right to eliminate bids for technical or other reasons throughout the evaluation/selection process. WHO shall not in any way be obliged to reveal, or discuss with any bidder, how a bid was assessed, or to provide any other information relative to the evaluation/selection process or to state the reasons for elimination to any bidder.
NOTE: WHO is acting in good faith by issuing this ITB. However, this document does not oblige WHO to contract for the performance of any work, nor for the supply of any products or services.
The bidder shall inform WHO immediately about any serious quality and/or safety concerns related to the manufacture, control or use of their product including suspension or cancellation of marketing authorizations. This applies to pre contract award, as well as post contract award periods.
The bidder, if awarded the contract, pledges to work with WHO to minimize potential public health risks by actively organizing product recalls of defective products and either in replacing the defective product or covering the direct and related costs related to replacing the defective product within defined timelines as specified in the contractual requirements.
(9) Evaluation tools
Preliminary screening criteria
• Late submission of offer?
• Offer in sealed Envelope?
• Offer appropriately labelled?
(9.1) Evaluation of the financial proposal – vendor Name
Summary of technical proposal
A B C D E Average
A Expertise of Firm submitting Proposal 40% 40
1. Reputation of contractor (List of clients and financial statements in the last three years, letters of commendation from other companies 5%
2. Experience on similar assignments (major assignments in the last 5 years and their value and samples of work done). 20%
3. Work undertaken for UN/major multilateral or bilateral organizations 5%
4. Ability of contractor to deliver task in line with time frame (Reliability) 10%
B Proposed Work plan and approach 30% 30
5. Understanding of assignment with the scope of work well defined (TOR) 10%
6. Appropriateness of conceptual framework adopted for the task 10%
7. Proposed work plan (sequence of activities and planning) 10%
C Quality of personnel and suitability for the assignment 30% 30
8. Personnel’s qualification in the Sales and distribution Motorcycles 10%
9. Personnel’s professional experience in the sales and distribution of Motorcycles 10%
10 Personnel training Experience 10%
TOTAL 100% 100
70% of overall score 70
(9.2) Evaluation of the financial proposal (Least quotes approach) – All service Providers
(9.3) General Summary of Scores
Summary of Financial proposal Points Obtainable Service providers
X Y V W Z comment
1. Score of technical proposal 70%
2. Score of financial proposal 30%
3. Total score 100%
Qty Motorcycle type Engine capacity (cc) Engine Gear
transmission Kick-start Minimum Displacement fern)
632 Motorcycle regular 125 1 Cylinder, 4 Stroke, air cooled Manual, 4 gear Auto 124
232 Motorcycle – ladies type 110 1 Cylinder, 4 Stroke, air cooled Manual, 4 gear Auto 106
Fuel – petrol.
Year of manufacture – motorcycle – 2016
Year of manufacture – tyres and spare tyres – 2017
Cooling – air-cooled.
• Open face with removable/adjustable face shield
• Hard outer shell – polycarbonate or fiberglass
• Inside lined with foam
• Basic plastic perforated material with reflective bands.
• Reflective bands
Motorcycle Distribution Plan
Distribution by state
State Male Female Total
Abia 12 6 18
Adamawa 27 1 28
Akwa Ibom 27 5 32
Anambra 3 19 22
Bauchi 25 1 26
Bayelsa 8 1 9
Benue 21 3 24
Borno 27 1 28
Cross Rivers 11 8 19
Delta 13 13 26
Ebonyi 12 2 14
Edo 7 12 19
Ekiti 9 8 17
Enugu 12 6 18
FCT 7 1 8
Gombe 12 1 13
Imo 9 19 28
Jigawa 28 0 28
Kaduna 17 7 24
Kano 62 0 62
Katsina 30 5 35
Kebbi 22 0 22
Kogi 17 5 22
Kwara 11 6 17
Lagos 6 18 24
Nasarawa 20 0 20
Niger 32 1 33
Osun 2 19 21
Ondo 7 12 19
Osun 8 23 31
Oyo 15 18 33
Plateau 21 1 22
Rivers 16 8 24
Sokoto 24 0 24
Taraba 17 1 18
Yobe 18 0 18
Zamfara 17 1 18
Distribution by zone
ZONE STATE MALE FEMALE TOTAL
SOUTH-EAST ZONE ENUGU ABIA 12 6 18
ANAMBRA 3 19 22
EBONYI 12 2 14
ENUGU 12 6 18
IMO 9 19 28
BENUE 21 3 24
FCT – ABUJA 7 1 8
KOGI 17 5 22
KWARA 11 6 17
NASARAWA 20 0 20
NIGER 32 1 33
PLATEAU 21 1 22
ADAMAWA 27 1 28
BAUCHI 25 1 26
BORNO 27 1 28
GOMBE 12 1 13
TARABA 17 1 18
YOBE 18 0 18
AKWA-IBOM 27 5 32
BAYELSA 8 1 9
CROSSRIVER 11 8 19
DELTA 13 13 26
EDO 7 12 19
RIVERS 16 8 24
EKITI 9 8 17
LAGOS 6 18 24
OGUN 2 19 21
OSUN 8 23 31
OYO 15 18 33
ONDO 7 12 19
JIGAWA 28 0 28
KADUNA 17 7 24
KANO 62 0 62
KATSINA 30 5 35
KEBBI 22 0 22
SOKOTO 24 0 24
ZAMFARA 17 1 18
NATIONAL TOTAL 632 232 864
Please indicate distribution cost by state and by zone
IMO STATE UNIVERSITY
INVITATION TO TENDER RENOVATION PROJECTS UNDER 2013 NEEDS ASSESSMENT INTERVENTION FUND
Sequel to the on-going Phase I Projects under the 2013 NEEDS Assessment Intervention Fund and in compliance with the provisions of the Public Procurement Act, 2007, the Imo State University invites interested, competent and reputable Contractors to tender for the PHASE II under-listed Renovation Projects appropriated to the Imo State University under the 2013 NEEDS Assessment Intervention Fund:
LOT DESCRIPTION OF PHASE II PROJECT
1. Renovation of Faculty of Education Building
2. Renovation of Faculty of Social Sciences Building
3 a, b, c, d. Renovation of Faculty of Engineering Building
4 Renovation of Faculty of Humanities Building
5 Renovation of Department of Food Science and Technology Building
6. Renovation of Crop Science & Biotech, and Soil Science Building
7 Renovation of Department of Animal Science and Extension Building
8. Renovation of Department of Public Administration Building
9. Renovation of I.CT, Building
10. Renovation of Department of Linguistics and Igbo Language (Blocks A, B, & C)
(2) ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
Interested and competent Contractors should submit the following qualification documents along with their bids:
(a) Evidence of incorporation/registration of Company with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC); including copies of Memorandum and Articles of Association, Forms C02 and C07.
(b) Evidence of current Tax Clearance Certificate for the last three (3) years ending December 2017.
(c) Evidence of VAT Registration with TIN No. and up to date remittance(s).
(d) Company’s Audited Accounts for the last three (3) years (2014-2016).
(e) Evidence of current Certificate of Compliance by the National Pension Commission (PENCOM) in line with the Pension Reform Act, 2014 (as amended).
(f) 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 Insur¬ance Trust Fund (NSITF);
(g) Evidence of current Certificate of Compliance by the Industrial Training Fund (ITF) in line with the amended Industrial Training Fund Act, 2011.
(h) Evidence of registration on the National Database of Contractors, Consultants and Service Provid¬ers with the Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP).
(i) Comprehensive company profile indicating the CV of key Managerial and Technical personnel.
(j) Evidences of past and/or present job experiences in similar projects of interest in the past 5 years with attached copies of letters of award and certificates of completion and/ or Interim payment Certificates.
(k) Bank reference(s) from reputable bank(s) as verifiable evidence of financial capability to undertake the Contract if pre-qualified.
(l) A sworn affidavit that:-
(i) The Company is not bankrupt, in receivership or under liquidation or involved in any litigation which can potentially affect the company’s ability to effectively discharge her responsibilities, if engaged;
(ii) The claims made and information provided by your Company in this submission are true and correct in all ramifications;
(iii) No member of staff of the Imo State University has pecuniary interest in the Company;
(iv) No Director of the Company (past or present) has ever been convicted for criminal offenses relat¬ing to fraud or financial impropriety in any Court of law.
(3) COLLECTION OF TENDER DOCUMENTS
Tender Documents are to be collected from the office of the Registrar, Imo State University upon pre¬sentation of evidence of payment of non-refundable tender fee of N10.000.00 (Ten Thousand Naira) only per project.
(4) SUBMISSION OF TENDERS
Two copies each of the Tender Documents “Technical” and ‘”Financial” are to be submitted in separate and sealed envelopes and marked “TECHNICAL” and “FINANCIAL” respectively. Both sealed enve¬lopes should be put in a bigger envelope and marked “TECHNICAL/FINANCIALBIDS FOR LOT… ….”which should then be addressed and submitted on or before 10.00 a.m., on Thursday, 20th July, 2017 to:
IMO STATE UNIVERSITY
(5) OPENING OF TENDER
(a) Tender Documents will be opened on the same day Thursday 20th of July, 2017 at 10:30am.
(b) Civil Society Groups, Non-Governmental Organizations, Professional bodies, Bidders or their representatives and interested members of the Public are hereby invited to witness the bid open¬ing.
(6) IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
(a) Any bid received after the deadline for the submission of bids stated above shall not be opened but shall be returned to the Contractor that submitted it. Such bid shall automatically be disqualified.
(b) Bidders should endeavour to follow the order of instructions in their submission
(c) The University is neither committed nor obliged to award any contract to any bidder or to accept the lowest tender that is not responsive.
(d) The University shall not be responsible for any cost incurred by the bidder in the preparation and submission of documents in connection with this advert.
EMEKA EJIKONYE Ph.D
FEDERAL MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES (FMoWR)
IN COLLABORATION WITH INFRASTRUCTURE CONCESSION REGULATORY COMMISSION (ICRC) AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NATIONAL POLICY ON PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP (N4P)
GURARA PHASE I, 30MW HYDROPOWER PLANT CONCESSION PROJECT
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) FROM PROSPECTIVE INVESTORS/OPERATORS
The Federal Ministry of Water Resources (“FMoWR” or “the Ministry”) in partnership with The Federal Ministry of Power, Works and Housing (“FMPW&H”) and in collaboration with Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission ( “ICRC”) hereby request for expressions of interest for the Operation, Maintenance and Management of the Gurara Phase 1,30 MW Hydropower Plant, Kaduna State, Nigeria.
(1.0) PROJECT BRIEF
The Ministry is set to engage a world-class Power Sector Operator/ Investor (“Prospective Bidder”) to operate, maintain and manage the Gurara Phase 1;30MW Hydropower Plant (“the Plant”). The Gurara Hydropower Plant was completed in 2011 and is attached to Gurara Dam that is situated 75km from the FCT.
The overall objective of the project is to procure a Concessionaire (Operator/Investor) with the technical and financial capabilities to operate, maintain and manage the Plant for optimum power generation all year round.
3.0 ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:
3.0.1 Mandatory Requirements
All firms in a consortium MUST provide evidence of the following statutory documents obtained locally or from the country of origin
(i) Verifiable Evidence of Certificate of Registration with Corporate Affairs
Commission (CAC) by inclusion of Certificate of Incorporation of the firm or firms within the consortium;
(ii) Verifiable Evidence of current Tax Clearance Certificate for the last three years (2014, 2015 & 2016) and Returns to the respective authorities in countries of operation/ origin for the last three years;
(iii) Verifiable Evidence of Compliance with the Industrial Training Fund Amendment Act,2011 by inclusion of Compliance Certificate from the Industrial Training Fund (ITF) for (2017) of the firm or firms within the consortium;
(iv) Verifiable Evidence of Compliance with Pension Reform Act, 2004, by inclusion of Compliance Certificate from the National Pension Commission (PENCOM) for 2017 of the firm or firms within the consortium;
(v) Verifiable Evidence of registration on the National Database of Contractors, Consultants and Service Providers with the Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP); by submission of the Interim Registration Report (IRR) as evidence of compliance (2017 and above of the firm or firms within the consortium;
(vi) Verifiable Evidence of Compliance with the Employees Compensation Act which requires all employers of labour to remit 1% of the total annual emolument of workers to the National Social Insurance Trust fund (NSITF) (2017) of the firm or firms within the consortium;
(vii) Verifiable Evidence of Certificate of the Firm’s Registration with COREN of the firm or firms within the consortium;
(viii) Verifiable Evidence of the Most recent audited financial statements of the firm or firms within the consortium for the last three years (statements must be duly certified by a professional registered with Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria (2014, 2015, 2016);
(ix) Sworn Affidavit (2017) of the firm or firms within the consortium:
(a) Of the company not being in receivership or insolvency or bankruptcy;
(b) Disclosing whether or not any officer of the relevant Committees of the procuring entity or BPP is a former or present Director who has any pecuniary interest in the bidder;
(c) Of not having any Director who has been convicted in any country for any criminal offence;
(d) Confirming that all information presented in its bid are true and correct in all submission;
(e) Of not having any Director current or retired who has any pecuniary interest in the Bidder.
(3.0.2) ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
(i) Full Name and Nationalities (countries of registration of firms or consortia). Where bidders choose to submit EOIs in consortium, it must clearly indicate the overall lead firm. Each Bidder will be pre-qualified on the strength of members within its consortium; Overall contact person(s), email addresses, facsimile and telephone numbers, Profile of firm or firms (if in a consortium); including ownership structure and role of each firm; with full contact details (including phone numbers and email addresses);
(ii) Letter of association or participation in the Consortium, and clear role and responsibilities of each firm in the consortium;
(iii) Evidence of track record of successful operation, maintenance and management of power generation plant and hydropower plant in particular (Detailed Company Profile showing verifiable evidence of possession of experience in the similar job and submission of at least three projects of similar nature and complexity applied for with Letters of award, job completion certificates, payment in the last five years;
(iv) Evidence of generation license in Nigeria or any other country of operation;
(v) Evidence of possession of adequate qualified personnel with their Curriculum Vitae and professional qualification (COREN,) and ability to perform the obligation of the contract and Project Manager of at least 10years experience; and
(vi) Verifiable evidence of financial capability to execute the project from a reputable Bank of the Firm/Company;
4.0 SUBMISSION OF EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) DOCUMENTS:
Each Expression of Interest (EOI) should be submitted in six (6) copies in a sealed envelope clearly marked “Expression of Interest – Gurara Phase 1, 30MW Hydropower Plant Concession Project”. The lead firm’s name should be clearly printed on the reverse side of the envelope. A CD-ROM version should also be included. Each EOI should be addressed and hand-delivered, not later than 12 noon (Nigerian Time) on Monday, July 31, 2017 at the following address:
Office of the Director of Procurement,
Federal Ministry of Water Resources,
1st Floor, Room 106, New Office Extension
Old Federal Secretariat, Area 1, Garki, Abuja.
(5.0) Prospective bidders and interested applicants may obtain further information at the address above between 9.00am and 4.pm, Mondays through Fridays (except on public holidays), or through the following contact details: Mrs. Esther Ajibewa, 0816 427 4350; email@example.com.
(6.0) OPENING OF BID DOCUMENTS:
The Technical documents would be opened the same day immediately after the close of submission at the Ministry’s Courtyard.
(7.0) PLEASE NOTE:
(i) Only Firms who fulfill the requirements would be shortlisted for further consideration;
(ii) Late submission will be rejected;
(iii) The Ministry reserves the right to verify the authenticity of any claims made in the documents submitted by the Firms;.
(iv) Submission via Courier will be accepted if delivered within the submission time shown above;
(v) All submissions must be made in English Language;
(vi) Expression of Interest through email or fax will not be entertained; and
(vii) Only shortlisted Bidders will be contacted
8.0 DISCLAIMER AND CONCLUSION:
(i) This advertisement shall not be construed as a commitment on the part of the Ministry to appoint any Firm nor shall it entitle any firm submitting documents to claim indemnity;
(ii) The cost of participation is to be borne solely by bidders and the FMoWR is not obligated to bidders in any way;
(iii) The Ministry is not bound to shortlist any bidder and reserve the right to annul the selection process at any time without incurring any liabilities to any Bidder or take final decisions on any of the documents received in the EOI;.