NIGERIAN CONTENT DEVELOPMENT AND MONITORING BOARD (NCDMB)
NCDMB CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS: GLASS HOUSE, ISAAC BORO EXPRESSWAY, OPOLO, P.M.B 10, YENAGOA, BAYELSA STATE
INVITATION FOR TENDER
The Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB), Yenagoa, Bayelsa State hereby invites interested reputable Companies with good track record of performance and experience to bid for the procurement of the underlisted items/projects.
LOT 1: Vehicles Safety Accessories
LOT 2: Personal Protective Equipment
LOT 3: Construction of ICT Centre
LOT 4: Renovation Works for Delta/Edo Zonal Office
LOT 5: Local Alternative Internet Service Provision
LOT 6: Upgrade of Econometric Dept. Infrastructure in NDU
LOT 7: Procurement of Furniture and Equipment
LOT 8: Automation of Corporate Services and Logistics Processess
LOT 9: Sports Equipment and Kits
CONDITIONS FOR ELIGIBILITY
All bids must be accompanied with the following:
- Evidence of company registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) and support documents showing that the ownership of the company is 51% owned by Nigerian(s) (CO2; CO7).
- Evidence of current three (3) years Tax Clearance Certificate expiring 31st December, 2017.
- Evidence of similar previous jobs carried out in the last three (3) years including Verifiable Award Letters and Job Completion Certificates.
- Bidding companies must have current:
- ITF Compliance Certificate
- PenCom Compliance Certificate
- NSITF Compliance Certificate
- Affidavit declaring the Bidder free of pecuniary interest, falsification and prior conviction to any of the Directors and pecuniary interest in the Nigeria Content Development and Monitoring Board and certifying that all information submitted in the bid to be true and correct.
- Interim Registration Report (IRR) as an evidence of registration on BPP’s National Database of Contractors/Consultants and Service Providers.
- Relevant DPR permit.
- Office Presence within the Oil and Gas zone will be an advantage.
- Evidence of Financial Capability from a reputable Bank including Bank Reference letter.
- Evidence of Professional Registration as applicable.
- Evidence of Registration on NCDMB’s NOGICJQS platform.
- Other information as contained in the Tender Documents.
COLLECTION OF TENDER DOCUMENTS
Interested Bidders are to collect Bid documents from the Procurement Dept. upon the presentation of evidence of payment of a non-refundable tender fee of N20, 000.00. This payment can be made via various payment channels or through any bank as stated below: www.Remita.net –Pay a Government Agency.
- Paste -023200700100 on launched page under “Name of MDA”.
- Purpose of Payment – Click “Payment for Asset Disposal”.
- Complete the form to obtain RRR Number and make payment before the closing date on this advert.
SUBMISSION /OPENING OF BID DOCUMENTS
- The tender documents should be bound with the covering letter duly signed to reach the undersigned by Wednesday, December 20th, 2017 at 12 noon addresses to:
The Head, Procurement Dept.,
Nigerian Content Development and
Monitoring Board, Glasshouse, Isaac
Boro Expressway, Opolo – Yenagoa.
- The Technical and Financial Proposals should be submitted simultaneously in two separate sealed envelope and both placed in a bigger sealed envelope, clearly marked on the top left hand corner of the envelope accordingly to the tender service as indicated above.
- The tender documents must be delivered in the tender box located on the ground floor, NCDMB Head Office, Opolo, Yenagoa.
- Companies delivering bids are expected to sign the “Tenders Register” before delivery in the Tenders Box.
- Bid documents will be opened immediately after the close of submission at the Conference Room, 4th floor, Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board. Glasshouse, Isaac Boro Expressway, Opolo-Yenagoa.
- Submitting a tender does not commit NCDMB to awarding contract to any bidder.
- For enquiry please contact the undersigned at the address indicated above.
NCDMB…Building a new Nigerian Oil & Gas Industry and Using Nigerian Content Development as an Instrument for the Industrialization of Nigeria.
SOURCE: PUNCH NEWSPAPER