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Country : Nigeria
Summary : Visa Service
NGT Ref No : 47627809
Tender Notice No : NIG/ABV/TEN27
Competition : ICB
Financier : Other Funding Agencies
Purchaser : MERCY CORPS
No 166 Umar Dikko Street, adjacent Lake View Estate, Jabi, FCT Abuja.
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Tender Details : Request for proposals are invited for Visa Service for Mercy Corps Nigeria. 1. Invitation to Tender Tender Name: VISA SERVICE FOR MERCY CORPS NIGERIA Tender No: NIG/ABV/TEN27 Location: Abuja, Nigeria Correspondence Language(s): English Brief Summary Description of Project: Mercy Corps is a leading global organization that works in 40 countries around the world to alleviate suffering, poverty and oppression by helping people build secure, productive and just communities. Since 2012, Mercy Corps has worked to tackle Nigeria-s complex and evolving needs through a range of dynamic, multi-sector programs. In Nigeria, Mercy Corps is addressing the immediate humanitarian needs of vulnerable communities; enabling conflict-affected populations to transform from relief to resilience using market-driven approaches; and supporting community-led peace building efforts. Mercy Corps Nigeria is currently in need of Visa Services for its Nigerian Operations Tender Package Available from: 17th / November / 2020 Tender Package Pickup Location: Tenders are available to download at: Deadline for Offer Submission: 27th / November / 2020 Closed by 5:00PM Nigeria Time Submit Offers to: Electronic Submissions must be sent in PDF Format via email to Subject Line must be: β€œNIG/ABV/TEN27- Visa Service for Mercy Corps Nigeria”. Hard copy submissions must be submitted in a sealed envelope labelled as β€œNIG/ABV/ TEN27- Visa Service for Mercy Corps Nigeria” to: Mercy Corps Abuja Office with address at No 166 Umar Dikko Street, adjacent Lake View Estate, Jabi, FCT Abuja. Mercy Corps reserves the right to accept or reject any late offers Questions and Answers (Q&A) If any, Submit Questions in writing to: Last Day for Questions: 23rd / November / 2020; 1200 PM Nigeria Time Questions will be answered by: 24th / November / 2020; 0300 PM Nigeria Time Questions will be answered through: Documentation Checklist These documents are contained within this tender package: βœ“ Invitation to Tender βœ“ General Conditions for Tender βœ“ Criteria and Submittals βœ“ Price Offer Sheet βœ“ Supplier Information Form βœ“ Scope of Work/Technical Specifications/BoQ βœ“ Sample Contract 2. General Conditions for Tender Mercy Corps invites proposals for the goods, services and/or works described and summarized in these documents, and in accordance with procedures, conditions and contract terms presented herein. Mercy Corps reserves the right to vary the quantity of work/materials specified in the Tender Package without any changes in unit price or other terms and conditions and to accept or reject any, all, or part of submitted offers. 2.1 Mercy Corps- Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption Statement Mercy Corps strictly prohibits: ● Any form of bribe or kickback in relation to its activities This prohibition includes any request from any Mercy Corps employee, consultant or agent for anything of value from any company or individual in exchange for the employee, consultant or agents taking or not taking any action related to the award of a contract or the contract once awarded. It also applies to any offer from any company or individual to provide anything of value to any Mercy Corps employee, consultant or agent in exchange for that person taking or not taking any action related to the award of the contract or the contract. ● Conflicts of interests in the awarding or management of contracts If a company is owned by, whether directly or indirectly, in whole or in part, any Mercy Corps employee or any person who is related to a Mercy Corps employee, the company must ensure that it and the employee disclose the relationship as part of or prior to submitting the offer. ● The sharing or obtaining of confidential information Mercy Corps prohibits its employees from sharing, and any offerors from obtaining, confidential information related to this solicitation, including information regarding Mercy Corps- price estimates, competing offerors or competing offers, etc. Any information provided to one offeror must be provided to all other offerors. ● Collusion between/among offerors Mercy Corps requires fair and open competition for this solicitation. No two (or more) companies submitting proposals can be owned or controlled by the same individual(s). Companies submitting offers cannot share prices or other offer information or take any other action intended to pre-determine which company will win the solicitation and what price will be paid. Violations of these prohibitions, along with all evidence of such violations, should be reported to: Mercy Corps will investigate allegations fully and will take appropriate action. Any company, or individual that participates in any of the above prohibited conduct, will have its actions reported to the appropriate authorities, will be investigated fully, will have its offer rejected and/or contract terminated, and will not be eligible for future contracts with Mercy Corps. Employees participating in such conduct will have his/her employment terminated. Violations will also be reported to Mercy Corps- donors, who may also choose to investigate and debar or suspend companies and their owners from receiving any contract that is funded in part by the donor, whether the contract is with Mercy Corps or any other entity. 2.2 Tender Basis: ● All offers shall be made in accordance with these instructions, and all documents requested should be furnished, including any required (but not limited to) supplier-specific information, technical specifications, drawings, bill of quantities, and/or delivery schedule. If any requested document is not furnished, a reason should be given for its omission in an exception sheet. ● No respondent should add, omit or change any item, term or condition herein. ● If suppliers have any additional requests and conditions, these shall be stipulated in an exception sheet. ● Each offeror may make one response only. ● Each offer shall be valid for the period of 180 days from its date of submission. ● All offers should indicate whether they include taxes, compulsory payments, levies and/or duties, including VAT, if applicable. ● Suppliers should ensure that financial offers are devoid of calculation errors. If errors are identified during the evaluation process, the unit price will prevail. If there is ambiguity on the unit price, the Selection Committee may decide to disqualify the offer. ● Any requests for clarifications regarding the project that are not addressed in written documents must be presented to Mercy Corps in writing. The answer to any question raised in writing by any offeror will be issued to that offeror. In some cases, Mercy Corps may choose to issue clarifications to all offerors. It is a condition of this tender that no clarification shall be deemed to supersede, contradict, add to or detract from the conditions hereof, unless made in writing as an Addendum to Tender and signed by Mercy Corps or its designated representative. ● This Tender does not obligate Mercy Corps to execute a contract nor does it commit Mercy Corps to pay any costs incurred in the preparation and submission of proposals. Furthermore, Mercy Corps reserves the right to reject all proposals, if such action is considered to be in the best interest of Mercy Corps. 2.3 Supplier Eligibility Suppliers may not apply, and will be rejected as ineligible, if they: ● Are not registered companies ● Are bankrupt or in the process of going bankrupt ● Have been convicted of illegal/corrupt activities, and/or unprofessional conduct ● Have been guilty of grave professional misconduct ● Have not fulfilled obligations related to payment of social security and taxes ● Are guilty of serious misinterpretation in supplying information ● Are in violation of the policies outlined in Mercy Corps Anti Bribery or Anti-Corruption Statement ● Supplier (or supplier-s principals) are on any list of sanctioned parties issued by; or are presently excluded or disqualified from participation in this transaction by the United States Government or United Nations by the United States Government, the United Kingdom, the European Union, the United Nations, other national governments, or public international organizations. Additional eligibility criteria, if applicable, are stated in section 3.2 of this tender package. 2.4 Response Documents Either Offerors can utilize the response documents contained in this tender package to submit their offer or they can submit an offer in their own format as long as it contains all the required documents and information specified by this tender. 2.5 Acceptance of Successful Response Documentation submitted by offerors will be verified by Mercy Corps. The winning offeror will be required to sign a contract for the stated, agreed upon amount. 2.6 Certification Regarding Terrorism It is Mercy Corps- policy to comply with humanitarian principles and the laws and regulations of the United States, the European Union, the United Nations, the United Kingdom, host nations, and other applicable donors concerning transactions with or support to individuals or entities that have engaged in fraud, waste, abuse, human trafficking, corruption, or terrorist activity. These laws and regulations prohibit Mercy Corps from transacting with or providing support to any individuals or entities that are the subject of government sanctions, donor rules, or laws prohibiting transactions or support to such parties. 3. Criteria & Submittals 3.1 Contract Terms Mercy Corps intends to issue a Fixed Price contract to one or several company (ies) or organization(s). The successful offeror(s) shall be required to adhere to the statement of work and terms and conditions of the resu
Deadline : 27th Nov 2020
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