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KADUNA STATE ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION PROGRAM FOR RESULTS PLANNING AND BUDGET COMMISSION-

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR MULTIDISCIPLINARY CONSULTANCY TO SUPPORT THE FRAMEWORK FOR RESPONSIBLE AND INCLUSIVE LAND INTENSIVE AGRICULTURAL INVESTMENTS (FRILIA) PHASE ONE – PILOT

KADUNA STATE ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION PROGRAM FOR RESULTS
PLANNING AND BUDGET COMMISSION
NO 16 MUHAMMADU BUHARI WAY, KADUNA.
PROGRAM MANAGEMENT UNIT
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
TENDER TITLE: MULTIDISCIPLINARY CONSULTANCY TO SUPPORT THE FRAMEWORK FOR RESPONSIBLE AND INCLUSIVE
LAND INTENSIVE AGRICULTURAL INVESTMENTS (FRILIA) PHASE ONE – PILOT.
DATE: 18 NOVEMBER, 2020

BACKGROUND
Agriculture plays a critical role in the economic development agenda of Kaduna State. To ensure that the land access procedure to support intensive agriculture is carried out sustainably, the Government of Kaduna looks to develop and implement a Framework for Responsible and Inclusive Land Intensive Agriculture – (FRILIA). This aims to ensure that land acquisition and resettlement for large‑scale agribusiness investments are undertaken in line with established international good practices and guarantee shared benefits between private investors and surrounding communities. The implementation of FRILIA is also linked to a World Bank Program for Results (PforR) in the state which identifies the implementation of FRILIA as one of the Disbursement Linked Indicators under the program.

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COKER AGUDA LOCAL COUNCIL DEVELOPMENT AREA (SURULERE LOCAL GOVERNMENT)-

INVITATION FOR CONTRACTORS TO TENDER FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF RESIDENTIAL BLOCKS OF FLATS

COKER AGUDA LOCAL COUNCIL DEVELOPMENT AREA (SURULERE LOCAL GOVERNMENT)
INVITATION FOR CONTRACTORS TO TENDER FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF RESIDENTIAL BLOCKS OF FLATS

Coker Aguda Local Council Development Area (Surulere Local Government) hereby notifies the general public of its intention to redevelop its property at 43, Moore Road, Yaba, Lagos, measuring 2,673:078 sqmts, into luxurious blocks of residential flats.

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LAGOS STATE SPORTS TRUST FUND-

INVITATION FOR BIDS (IFB) FOR RECONSTRUCTION OF AN OLYMPIC SIZE SWIMMING POOL, WARM-UP/TRAINING POOL, SPECTATOR’S STAND AND SUPPLY OF SWIMMING POOL ACCESSORIES AT THE ROWE PARK SPORTS CENTRE, YABA, LAGOS.

RECONSTRUCTION OF AN OLYMPIC SIZE SWIMMING POOL, WARM UP / TRAINING POOL, SPECTATOR’S STAND AND SUPPLY OF SWIMMING POOL ACCESSORIES AT THE ROWE PARK SPORTS CENTRE, YABA, LAGOS.
INVITATION FOR BIDS (IFB)
DEADLINE: 2ND OF DECEMBER, 2020
LAGOS STATE GOVERNMENT
LAGOS STATE SPORTS TRUST FUND
INVITATION FOR BIDS (IFB)
RECONSTRUCTION OF AN OLYMPIC SIZE SWIMMING POOL, WARM-UP / TRAINING POOL, SPECTATOR’S STAND AND SUPPLY OF SWIMMING POOL ACCESSORIES AT THE ROWE PARK SPORTS CENTRE, YABA, LAGOS.
DATE OF BID ISSUANCE: 18TH NOVEMBER, 2020

INTRODUCTION

The Lagos State Sports Trust Fund has secured necessary approval to execute some capital projects as part of its statutory mandates and intends to apply part of the proceeds to payment under the contracts for the Completion of the Reconstruction of an Olympic Size Swimming Pool, Warm Up / Training Pool/ Spectator’s Stand and Supply of Swimming Pool Accessories at the Rowe Park Sports Centre, Yaba, Lagos

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SHELL PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY OF NIGERIA LIMITED-

TENDER OPPORTUNITY: PROVISION OF HEALTHCARE SERVICES TENDER

THE SHELL PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT COMPANY OF NIGERIA LIMITED
OPERATOR OF THE NNPC/SPDC/TEPNG/AGIP JOINT VENTURE
TENDER OPPORTUNITY: PROVISION OF HEALTHCARE SERVICES TENDER

REF. NO: CW409124

1.0  INTRODUCTION
The Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria (SPDC) in its role as operator of the NNPC/SHELL/TEPN/AGIP Joint Venture, on behalf of the Joint Venture, hereby invites reputable NHIS registered Health Maintenance Organisation (DPR registered and licensed) with proven experience in the provision of healthcare services using own medical facilities or subcontract the services through its network. The proposed contract will commence in 2021 and remain active for 12 months with three one yearly extension option.

2.0  OVERVIEW/SCOPE OF WORK
The scope of work for the contract is to provide purely HMO insurance services for personnel and treatment of terminal ailments HMO services shall be made up of two modules as stated below:

HMO 1
This health insurance services to be provided will cover (but not limited to) the following:
Placement of special Service Provider Option with the HMO for Shell staff and dependents and peripheral staff where necessary to assure availability of services that are not routine.
Provision of Preventive Healthcare Services to all enrolees.
Medical treatment and care to international standards;
General practice, in-patients, surgical, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Paediatrics.
Laboratory services, pharmacy, x-ray, ambulance services.
Medical emergency response with provision for Major emergencies care of multiple causalities and critical core.
Medical assurance and audits.
Selection and assurance of accreditation/competence of medical providers that satisfy agreed criteria.
Monitoring and tracking services to ensure quality of care.
Administration of plan and prompt premium payment for at least primary care to Providers.
Monitoring of patient satisfaction and complaints procedures.
Employee Assisted Program (EAP) to provide confidential psychological Counselling/support for PH and non-PH based staff/dependents

HMO 2
This health insurance services to be provided will cover (but not limited to) the following:
Provision of Preventive Healthcare Services for Pensioner and spouse only
Medical treatment and core to international standards
General practice, in-patients, surgical, Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Laboratory services, pharmacy, x-ray, ambulance services
Medical emergency response with provision for Major emergencies care of multiple causalities and critical care
Medical assurance and audits
Selection and assurance of accreditation/competence of medical providers that satisfy agreed criteria
Monitoring and tracking services to ensure quality of core
Administration of plan and prompt premium payment for at least primary care to Providers
Monitoring of patient satisfaction and complaints procedures
The work will be carried out across Nigeria and there is no guaranteed minimum work as contracts emanating from this tender will be managed by Call-Offs.

3.0  MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS
To be eligible for this tender exercise, interested Contractors are required to be registered NHIS HMO providers and pre-qualified in Product Category (3.18.12) – Medical Services in NipeX Joint Qualification System (NJQS). All successfully pre-qualified suppliers in this category will receive Invitation to Tender (ITT).
To determine if you are pre-qualified and view the product/services category you are listed for:
Open http://vendors.nipex-ng.com and access NJQS with your log-in details, click on ‘continue Joint Qualification Scheme tool’
click on ‘check my supplier status’ and then click on ‘supplier product group’
If you are not listed in a product/service category in which you are registered with DPR to do business, contact NipeX office at 8 Bayo Kuku Rood, Ikoyi, Logos with your DPR certificate as evidence for verification and necessary update.
To initiate the JQS per-qualification process, access nipex-ng.com to download application form, make necessary payments and contact NipeX office for further action.
To be eligible, all Tenderers 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:
Provide evidence of company Ownership Structure form CO2 and CO7, registration on NOGIC JQS and DPR certificate.
Detailed description of the location of in-country committed facilities & infrastructure (Technical/Administrative offices, hospitals, medical laboratories etc.) in Nigeria to support this contract.
In line with the NCD Human Capacity Development Initiative, Bidder shall commit to providing Project-Specific training, man-hour, budget, skill development and understudy plan for Nigerian personnel utilizing OGTAN registered trainer(s) or other approved NCDMB training institution(s).
Submit Tenderer’s corporate organizational and project/contract specific organogram. CV’s of all personnel listed (not limited to consultants, nurses, midwives, laboratory technologist, radiologist, etc.) in the project organogram should be submitted. For any position to be occupied by expatriate, tenderer shall provide evidence to obtain expatriate quota approval granted by NCDMB before any expatriate is deployed to execute this work scope’.
All bidders shall provide evidence of approval and registration with NHIS
Provide Category C NIGERIAN CONTENT EQUIPMENT CERTIFICATE (NCEC) issued by Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board in respect of Nigerian ownership of medical equipment First consideration shall be given to Category 1,2, and 3 in order of priority in line with the latest approved guideline.
All procurement of medical consumables not limited to drugs, laboratory consumables/regents, clinical consumables e.g. syringes, etc. shall be procured from a local manufacturing vendor with a valid category A.

5.0  CLOSING DATE
Only Tenderers who are NHIS registered HMO providers and are also registered in the relevant NJQS product categories (3.18.12) – Medical Services as at 2 December, 2020 being the advert closing date shall be issued the Invitation to Tender (ITT).

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DAI/USAID-

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR THE EXECUTION OF PROJECTS

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

DAI, the implementer of the USAID Nigeria State Accountability, Transparency, and Effectiveness (State2State) project invites qualified offerors to submit proposals to supply and deliver a Subnational Governance Reform Best Fit Innovation Inventory in support of program implementation. Relevant background and objectives of this activity include the following:

Nigerian states are already looking to their neighbors and peers, exchanging information and adapting reform initiatives already tested by other states. These reform initiatives and their associated tools, approaches and methodologies are considered “best fit innovations because they are already being implemented by one or more Nigerian states. These best fit innovations are more likely to be appropriate for State2State partner states because they have already been tested and shown to be useful by other states, State2State will support, scale-up, accelerate and institutionalize these best fit innovations.

The objective of the Subnational Governance Reform Best Fit Innovation Inventory is to assess, and document existing public sector reform best fit innovations currently being implemented by states across Nigeria in the following nine areas:

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