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CLEEN FOUNDATION-

CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR CHANGING OF CLEEN FOUNDATION ABUJA OFFICE WINDOW BLIND

CLEEN FOUNDATION
CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
CHANGING OF CLEEN FOUNDATION ABUJA OFFICE WINDOW BLIND

CLEEN Foundation (formerly known as Centre for Law Enforcement Education) is a non-governmental organization established in January 1998 with the mission of promoting public safety, security and accessible justice through the strategies of empirical research, legislative advocacy, demonstration programmes, and publications, in partnership with Government, civil society, and private sector.

BROAD OBJECTIVE
• To completely change the window blind of CLEEN Foundation Abuja office located at No 26 Bamenda Street off Abidjan Street Wuse Zone 3 Abuja, Nigeria.

BACKGROUND
In line with our desire to beautify our office environment and create a conducive working environment for higher productivity, CLEEN Foundation is calling on suitable professional interior decorators to submit their proposals to the Expression of Interest put out by CLEEN Foundation to undertake the complete changing of all the window blinds at the location mentioned above. The Building is a one storey bungalow with five office spaces which has eighteen (18) windows within the office spaces and six (6) small windows within the rest rooms, kitchen and store. CLEEN Foundation expects that the materials that will be used will be of high quality as well as cost effective. On the day of interview, applicants are expected to come with samples of the blind in at least three (3) different colours for sighting and for further deliberation on which one to settle for. Also, CLEEN Foundation will grant you access to its office building to enable you take stock of what is required if need be.

In view of the above, applications are invited from suitably qualified professionals to:
• Carry out the complete changing of the window blind at No 26 Bamenda Street off Abidjan Street Wuse Zone 3, Abuja, Nigeria.

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ASSET MANAGEMENT CORPORATION OF NIGERIA (AMCON)-

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR ENGAGEMENT AS INSURANCE BROKERS AND UNDERWRITERS ON GROUP LIFE AND NON-LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES FOR 2021 FINANCIAL YEAR

ASSET MANAGEMENT CORPORATION OF NIGERIA (AMCON)
417 TIGRIS CRESCENT AGUIYI IRONSI STREET, MAITAMA – ABUJA
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR ENGAGEMENT AS INSURANCE BROKERS AND UNDERWRITERS ON GROUP LIFE AND NON-LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES FOR 2021 FINANCIAL YEAR

1. INTRODUCTION
Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) was established by the AMCON Act, 2010. In order to insure and evaluate pledged collaterals of acquired Eligible Bank Assets (EBAs) and proprietary assets for the purpose of establishing proper records, AMCON requires reputable and competent firms of Insurance Brokers and Underwriters to provide services for the 2020 financial year.

2. REQUIREMENTS
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR ENGAGEMENT AS INSURANCE BROKERS AND UNDERWRITERS ON GROUP LIFE AND NON-LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES FOR 2021 FINANCIAL YEAR

S/N BROKERS UNDERWRITERS
1 Evidence of Certificate of Incorporation Evidence of Certificate of Incorporation
2 Evidence of Certificate of registration to operate or renewal License from NAICOM (CTC required) Evidence of Certificate of registration to operate or renewal License from NAICOM (CTC required)
3 Evidence of Professional Indemnity cover Evidence of Reinsurance arrangement for classes of businesses.
4 Evidence of Tax Clearance Certificate for the preceding three (3) years Evidence of Tax Clearance Certificate for the preceding three (3) years
5 Evidence of VAT registration with TIN Evidence of VAT registration with TIN
6 Evidence of three (3) years Audited Accounts duly stamped and signed by an auditor Evidence of three (3) years Audited Accounts duly stamped and signed by an auditor
7 Evidence of current payment of Annual returns to Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) Evidence of current payment of Annual returns to Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC)
8 Evidence of current membership of the Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers (NCRIB) Evidence of current membership of the Nigerian Insurers Association (NIA)
9 Evidence of current Industrial Training Fund (ITF) compliance Certificate expiring 2020 Evidence of current Industrial Training Fund (ITF) compliance Certificate expiring 2020
10 Company Profile including Management and Personnel of the Company Supported with curriculum vitae Company Profile including Management and Personnel of the Company Supported with curriculum vitae
11 Evidence of registration with Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP) Evidence of registration with Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP)
12 Evidence of Pension Certificate expiring 2021 Evidence of Pension Certificate expiring 2021
13 Evidence of registration with Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF) Evidence of registration with Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF)
14 Evidence of professional indemnity cover Nil
15 Affidavit affirming that documents and information provided are accurate Affidavit affirming that documents and information provided are accurate
16 Evidence of registration with Financial Reporting Council Evidence of registration with Financial Reporting Council

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UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (UNDP)-

INVITATION TO BID FOR PROVISION OF INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING OF SOLAR

PROVISION INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING OF SOLARProcurement Process :ITB – INVITATION TO BIDNGA10 – ITB-20-127   Click here to participateOffice :Nigeria – NIGERIADeadline :11-Jan-21 @ 06:00 AM (New York time)Posted on :24-Dec-20 @ 01:45 PM (New York time)Development Area :CONSTRUCTION Reference Number :74126Link to Atlas Project :00108936 – Integrated...

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INTERNATIONAL RESCUE COMMITTEE, INC.-

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR GLOBAL RESEARCH & INNOVATION PRIORITIES (GRIP)

INTERNATIONAL RESCUE COMMITTEE, INC.
GLOBAL RESEARCH & INNOVATION PRIORITIES (GRIP)
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
DECEMBER 21ST, 2020

IRC BACKGROUND:
Founded in 1933 at the suggestion of Albert Einstein, the International Rescue Committee (IRC) responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and helps people whose lives and livelihoods are shattered by conflict and disaster to survive, recover, and gain control of their future. Working in over 40 countries, the IRC is a leader in humanitarian relief – bringing sustained support to regions torn apart by conflict and disaster. In addition to our work overseas, the IRC also has 29 U.S. resettlement offices that help newly arrived refugees by providing immediate services. The IRC advocates on behalf of the displaced by addressing the root causes of conflict and standing up for the world’s most vulnerable populations. The IRC’s strategy centers on its ambition to continue to improve the scale and effectiveness of IRC programs worldwide with evidence of what works best to impact people’s lives in conflict and fragile settings.

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IKOYI CLUB 1938-

INVITATION TO BID FOR VARIOUS SERVICES

IKOYI CLUB 1938
BID NOTICE

This is to inform Members and the General Public that Ikoyi Club 1938 is Requesting Bids for:

1. Disaster Prevention and Recovery Solution (N20,000.00)
2. i. Server Room Safety (Raised Floor) (N10,000.00)
ii. Server Room Safety (Server Room FM 200) (N10, 000.00)
3. Local Area Network/Voice Over Internet Protocol (N20,000,00)
4. Mobile App (Enterprise Management Solution) (N20,000.00)
5. Website Enhancement (N10,000.00)
https://web.ikoyiclub1938.org/

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EROTON EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION COMPANY LIMITED-

INVITATION TO TENDER FOR PROVISION OF RESERVOIR STUDIES IN OML18

EROTON EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION COMPANY LIMITED
OPERATOR OF THE OML18 ASSET
TENDER OPPORTUNITY FOR PROVISION OF RESERVOIR STUDIES IN OML18 (EEP19-0151)
NIPEX TENDER NUMBER: 1000004962

1. INTRODUCTION
EROTON E&P Company Limited; the operator of OML 18 NNPC/Eroton Joint Venture invites interested and reputable contractors with suitable equipment and relevant experience to tender for the provision of reservoir studies in OML 18. An in-depth knowledge of OML 18 reservoirs is required prior to the initiation of a field development programme; thus the need for a comprehensive study of the target reservoirs.

2. SCOPE OF WORK
The Service includes the provision of personnel and equipment required for the conduct of reservoir studies in OML18 swamp Nigeria or any other additional Permit Area in which COMPANY has the right to conduct petroleum operations within Nigeria. The contract duration shall be for a period of two (2) firm years plus one (1) year optional extension.

3. MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS
• To be eligible for this tender exercise, interested contractors are required to be pre-qualified in the 02.19 Subsurface Consultancy-Geological, Geophysical, Reservoir category of the NipeX Joint Qualification (NJQS) Database. 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/service category you are listed for: Open http://vendors.nipex-ng.com and access NJQS with your log in details. Click on Products/Services Status tab to view your status and product codes.
• If you are not listed in a product/service category and you are registered with DPR to do business, contact NipeX office at 8, Bayo Kuku Street, Ikoyi Lagos with your DPR certificate as evidence for verification and necessary update.
• To initiate the JQS pre-qualification process, access nipex-ng.com, click on services tab followed by NJQS registration.
• To be eligible, all tenderers must comply with the requirements of the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content Development Act, 2010. Non-compliance shall result in disqualification from bidding for this opportunity.

4. CLOSING DATE
Only Tenderers who are registered with NJQS Product/category (3.02.19 Subsurface Consultancy-Geological, Geophysical, Reservoir) as at 11 January, 2021 being the advert close date shall be invited to submit bids (Technical and Commercial).

5. NIGERIAN CONTENT
Bidders are to note that they will be requested during the technical tender to give full details of their relevant strategy to ensure that they fully comply with provisions of the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content Development (NOGICD) Act 2010. Consequently, bidders’ submissions shall be evaluated strictly with the minimum evaluation criteria defined in The Act’. Failure to meet the Nigerian Content requirements is a “FATAL FLAW.”

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BUREAU OF PUBLIC PROCUREMENT-

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND REVISION OF PUBLIC PROCUREMENT DOCUMENTS IN NIGERIA

BUREAU OF PUBLIC PROCUREMENT
NO. 11, SULEIMAN BARAU STREET, PRESIDENTIAL VILLA ABUJA FCT, NIGERIA
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND REVISION OF PUBLIC PROCUREMENT DOCUMENTS IN NIGERIA

1. INTRODUCTION
a. The Public procurement Act (PPA), 2007 established the Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP ) as the regulatory authority responsible for the monitoring and oversight or public procurement, harmonizing the existing government policies and practices by regulating, setting standards and developing the legal framework and professional capacity for public procurement in Nigeria.
b. Most of the public procurement documents currently in use for the conduct of public procurement by the Federal Government were developed since 2009 and are due for review and update. Experiences in using some have shown some inadequacies in catering for large, complex and dynamic nature of some procurement of goods, works and services. Consequently, the BPP wishes to engage the services of a consulting firm to review and update the existing regulations, manual and standard bidding documents and also produce additional documents that hitherto were not in existence in line with the objectives of the BPP.
c. The Bureau now invites proposals to provide consulting services for the review of the existing public procurement documents an update them including providing newer ones to reflect international best practices in public procurement. The detailed terms of Reference (ToR) for the consultancy service will be made available in the Request for Proposal (RfP) to shortlisted firms.
d. The service will be procured as a Lump Sum Contract while the selection method will be Quality Cost Based Selection (QCBS) and is expected to be completed within Eight (8) months from the date of contract award.
e. Interested consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the service.

2. SCOPE OF SERVICE
a. This assignment will include amongst others the review of all existing procurement documents, update the document based on input from stakeholders’ engagement, lessons learnt from previous practices, assessment of the market, Public Procurement Act, 2007, relevant national policies and international best practices. The existing procurement documents include but not limited to the following:

i. Public Procurement Manual;
ii. Public Procurement Regulation for Procurement of Services
iii. Public Procurement Regulation tor Procurement of Goods and works;
iv. Standard Bidding Documents for Procurement of Goods;
v. Standard Bidding Documents for Procurement or works (for both small and large works);
vi. Standard Request for Proposals for Procurement of Services (Lump sum & Time-based for individual, small and complex assignments)
vii. All public procurement related Circulars, etc.

b. The assignment will also include development of:
i. Prequalification document for works,
ii. Prequalification document for goods,
iii. Standard Bidding for goods,
iv. Standard Bidding for works
v. Standard Request for Proposal for Non-consulting services (such as facility management, etc.);
vi. Standard Request for Proposal for Management Information System (with and without prequalification);
vii. Prequalification and Standard Bidding Document for the Procurement of Health commodities (pharmaceuticals, vaccines, condoms etc)
viii. Bidding document for Framework Agreement;
ix. Bidding document for Procurement in fragile state;
x. Bidding document for Preferential Procurement
xi. Bidding document for Procurement of complex projects such as Engineering, procurement and Construction (EPC) contracts;
xii. Disposal procedure and bidding document Reverse Auction Regulation,
xiii. Defence procurement and Bidding Document/Regulation (Special Goods)
xiv. Regulations for different aspects of public procurement practices Such as Sustainable Public Procurement,
c. Advice on which document(s) to adopt and tailored to suit our National System amongst the myriad of standard bidding documents in existence globally, with Special emphasis on Commonwealth Countries;

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BUREAU OF PUBLIC PROCUREMENT (BPP)-

ADDENDUM TO EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND REVISION OF PUBLIC PROCUREMENT DOCUMENTS IN NIGERIA

BUREAU OF PUBLIC PROCUREMENT (BPP)
NO. 11, SULEIMAN BARAU STREET, PRESIDENTIAL VILLA ABUJA FCT, NIGERIA
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND REVISION OF PUBLIC PROCUREMENT DOCUMENTS IN NIGERIA
ADDENDUM TO THE PUBLICATION

With reference to the advertisement published in ThisDay Newspaper (Page 12) and Daily Trust Newspaper (Page 28) of Monday, November 30, 2020 requesting interested Consulting Firms to submit Expression of Interest (EOI) for the Development and Revision of Public Procurement Documents in Nigeria.

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CHRISTIAN RURAL AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA-

REQUEST FOR APPLICATION:HUMANITARIAN STAFF EVALUATION FOR THE PURPOSE OF RETENTION AND APPROPRIATE PLACEMENT OF STAFF.

CHRISTIAN RURAL AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA
TERMS OF REFERENCE
CRUDAN HUMANITARIAN STAFF EVALUATION FOR THE PURPOSE OF RETENTION AND APPROPRIATE PLACEMENT OF STAFF.

1.0 SERVICES REQUIRED

A consultant that will conduct staff assessment with the aim of guiding the organization on staff placement and retention.

2.0 BACKGROUND
The intervention has been inaugurated since the year 2015 to date, where CRUDAN has supported more than 200,000 direct beneficiaries of the humanitarian intervention in both worst hit states of Adamawa and Borno, Northeast Nigeria. Communities have attested to the great effort and quality of service delivery to our target populations and locations as well. Within the five years of the humanitarian intervention, the unit has battled a lot in the area of staff placement and adequate renumeration due to each staff role and performance. It was clear that some staff were holding to much more responsibilities than others, and yet have equal renumeration at the end of the day. Another concern is about staff competencies.

With this background in mind, CRUDAN seeks an experienced evaluator that will conduct an all-round evaluation and guide CRUDAN on some key areas;

  • Staff retention and placement process
  • Review and link the Humanitarian Management structure with that of CRUDAN Headquarters
  • Budgetary guide in relation to each staff placement

3.0 ASSIGNMENT OBJECTIVES
The objective of this assignment is for the evaluator to conduct staff audit/evaluation to guide CRUDAN on;

  • Staff retention and placement process
  • Review and link the Humanitarian Management structure with that of CRUDAN Headquarters
  • Budgetary guide in relation to each staff placement

4.0 SCOPE OF WORK
In keeping with the assignment objectives, the consultant will be required to specifically:

a. Develop and assess the appropriate methodologies for determining the instrument to be used to conduct Staff Performance Audit/Evaluations:

i. Review each Staff Job Description and other documents which provide guidance on the expectations of each staff performance

ii. Review available reports and other communications provided by each staff based on his assigned role

iii. Conduct one on one interview with each staff and his/her line manger separately.

iv. Have access to relevant documents, e.g. Budget, Management Structure, etc. for review

b. Document findings, analysis and recommendations, make presentation to the CRUDAN Management, and incorporate feedback into final report.

c. Develop evaluation procedures that will clearly identify roles and responsibilities of each staff with these new initiative/findings.

d. Design the most suitable Evaluation instrument to be used, going forward.

5. METHODOLOGY
The Consultant is expected to use acceptable participatory standards and methodologies for developing the Performance Evaluation Instrument. The Consultant should prepare a detailed methodology and work plan indicating how the objectives of the assignment will be achieved.

6. KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER
The approach to the assignment must be participatory. It is expected that the Consultant/Firm will involve the relevant project team and departmental staff (Most especially from CRUDAN Headquarters) in all phases of the assignment so as to secure ‘buy-in’ and knowledge of the methodologies used in the development of the instruments and on the ground participation.

7. DELIVERABLES
7.1 Minimum Standards for Deliverables

The deliverables under this project are as specified in the table below and should be submitted in both hard copy (2) and electronic editable format:

a) use language appropriate for a non-technical audience;

b) be comprehensive, properly formatted and well presented;

c) provide justifications

d) a draft outline is to be submitted and presented to CRUDAN Management Team prior to the final deliverable being submitted.

e) all submissions must show evidence of Consultation.

# Key Deliverables

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NATIONAL POWER TRAINING INSTITUTE OF NIGERIA(NAPTIN) REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST FPR ENHANCING VOCATIONAL TRAINING DELIVERY FOR THE POWER SECTION ON NIGERIA

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
ENHANCING VOCATIONAL TRAINING DELIVERY FOR THE POWER SECTOR IN NIGERIA
CONSULTING SERVICES

The NATIONAL POWER TRAINING INSTITUTE OF NIGERIA – NAPTIN, through the Federal Government of Nigeria, has received a grant from the European Union (EU) as a blend to the French Development Agency (AFD) financed project on “Enhancing vocational training delivery for the power sector in Nigeria”, and intends to use the funds thereof for services of experienced expert consultants with adequate references.

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