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EOI Name:
Design, Supply And Install Solar Power Systems
EOI Package No:
ER/SSNIT/TS/01/2018
EOI Opening Date:
07/09/2018
EOI Closing Date
12/09/2018
EOI Description:
The Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) intends to undertake a pilot project for the installation of a Grid-connect (Grid-tie) solar electrical power system at its Akwapim Mampong Branch Office as part of measures to achieve high energy efficiency. The objective is to procure a Technical Services Provider to undertake the following: • Provide full Solar Powered Electrical and Mechanical Engineering design solutions. • Supply and install equipment required. • Manage the works professionally and efficiently for the delivery of the facility within the contract period. • Service and maintain equipment under a Service Level Agreement (SLA). The Branch Office Building is a single storey structure with a total floor area of about 400m2. The preferred strategy for the development of the above facility is the use of 'Plant and Design Build' contract to be managed by the Employer. Interested Technical Services Providers that are in a position to provide design solutions, supply and install equipment required as well as service and maintain the equipment are being invited to express their interests in the project. REQUIREMENTS Interested Technical Services Providers should provide the following as part of their Expression of Interest. 1. Legal status of the firm. 2. Evidence of similar assignments in the last 5years and their contract sums. 3. Curriculum Vitae (CV) of Technical and Managerial staff. 4. List of major equipment owned. 5. Firms must possess Valid SSNIT and GRA Tax Clearance Certificates, and must also have a Valid License by the Energy Commission of Ghana for the performance of the Assignment
  

EOI Name:
Revaluation Of SSNIT Landed Properties In Ghana
EOI Package No:
GR/SSNIT/TS/005/2018
EOI Opening Date:
07/09/2018
EOI Closing Date
26/09/2018
EOI Description:
The Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) intends to apply part of its budgetary allocation to payments under the contract for the revaluation of SSNIT landed properties in the country. This is to bring the values of the properties in line with current open market levels. Interested Consulting Firms that are in a position to provide this consultancy service for the revaluation of SSNIT landed properties in the country are invited to express their interests in the project. The services required include: i) To conduct a field survey of the different categories of Landed Properties owned by the Trust in the country. ii) Assess and report on the nature, condition and the degree of utilisation of the landed properties. iii) Use appropriate methodologies to determine the value of the Landed properties for Accounting and Insurance purposes. iv) To determine the market and rental values of the landed properties. v) Undertake any additional tasks that would help achieve the objectives as set out herein. Interested consultants/firms must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (description of similar assignments, experience in valuing landed properties in the Financial sector in Ghana and in multiple locations, appropriate skills among staff, etc). Consultants/Firms may associate to enhance their qualifications. Requirements Interested consultants shall provide the following as part of their Expression of Interest. 1. Legal status of the firm (evidence of registration and incorporation, etc.). 2. Evidence of professional registration of the firm and key staff proposed for the assignment. (A firm must be registered with the Ghana Institution of Surveyors and in good standing). 3. Experience of personnel and firm in similar assignments. 4. Evidence of previous works executed by the firm in the last five years. 5. Curriculum Vitae (CV) of Technical and Managerial staff proposed for the assignment. 6. Valid SSNIT and GRA clearance certificates.
  

EOI Name:
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR IT AUDIT
EOI Package No:
VRA/PD/CORP/EOI/2018
EOI Opening Date:
05/09/2018
EOI Closing Date
04/10/2018
EOI Description:
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR IT AUDIT The assignment is to provide Management with an independent professional view of the short, medium and long-term strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of the current ICT assets of the VRA and provide recommendations to the Management of VRA.
  

EOI Name:
Consultancy Services For Facilities Management
EOI Package No:
MOE/FPMU/GETFUND/QCBS/CS/01/18
EOI Opening Date:
30/08/2018
EOI Closing Date
11/09/2018
EOI Description:
The GHANA EDUCATION TRUST FUND (GETfund) under the MINISTRY OF EDUCATION of the Republic of Ghana has been allotted funds to cover the cost of FACILITIES MANAGEMENT SERVICES and intends to apply part of these funds to cover eligible payments under the Contract for Consulting Services for Facilities Management. 2. SCOPE OF SERVICES The services include Management, Maintenance and Operation of the 10-Storey Office Complex, 25 Haile Selassie Street, South Ridge, Accra in the Greater Accra Region for initial period of twenty-four (24) months, however should not be limited to the above. 3. ELIGIBILITY The GHANA EDUCATION TRUST FUND (GETfund) through Ministry of Education now invites eligible Consultants to indicate their interest in providing the services. Interested Consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (Brochures, Description of Similar Assignments, Experience in Similar Conditions, availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc.). Consultants may associate to enhance their qualifications. The interested firm should also have Valid Certificate of Incorporation, Certificate to Commence Business, Valid Tax Clearance Certificate obtained for the purposes of this EOI, Valid SSNIT Clearance Certificate, evidence of registration with the requisite Professional Bodies and three (3) years Financial Statements (2014, 2015 and 2016). The interested firm should have independently rendered Facilities Management Services for at least any three (3) Commercial Banks/Private Firms/Hotels etc. having covered area of 8858m² (minimum) with 8-typical floors with Ultra-modern facilities (each Floor — 895m² approx.), and that of multi-level car part with 4111m² (minimum) during the last five (5) Years.
  

EOI Name:
Local And International Private Investors To Indicate Interest To Supply The University Of Ghana With Renewable And Sustainable Energy
EOI Package No:
UG/IPS/REOI/01/2018
EOI Opening Date:
24/08/2018
EOI Closing Date
14/09/2018
EOI Description:
Local And International Private Investors To Indicate Interest To Supply The University Of Ghana With Renewable And Sustainable Energy To Augment Supply From The Electricity Company Of Ghana Limited. The University of Ghana is desirous of introducing additional electric power supply options (renewable) to drive down the cost of energy for the University. The University is interested in green and clean options that are reliable and affordable. The Electricity Company of Ghana Ltd would be maintained as part of the primary suppliers and the alternative sources including solar and biogas would augment their supply. The University intends to partner interested local and international private investors with expertise in renewable energy to supply up to 40% of its current power needs. This is in line with the Government of Ghana's agenda to promote the inclusion of renewable energy in the power delivery system. This initiative would support Sustainable Development Goal 7 which seeks to increase access to affordable and clean energy generated by renewable sources. This Request for Expressions of Interest (REOI) is outlined according to the energy-mix and the energy conservation measures the University intends to adopt as projects. Interested investors may express interest in one project or multiple projects. Interested firms shall be required to provide various project development and financing options including a Build, Own and Operate (BOO), Build, Own, Operate and Transfer (BOOT) and Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT) arrangements. PROJECTS PROJECT 1: SUPPLY OF SOLAR ENERGY OBJECTIVE: The intent of this project is to increase the University's utilization of renewable sources for energy generation. It is also intended to increase savings on energy and reduce its utility bills through the provision of reliable energy that ensures some energy independence. The project which is subdivided into two lots would require interested parties to design, develop and build solar photovoltaic (PV) systems for the University of Ghana. These systems should provide up to 2 MW of grid-tied solar energy. Lot 1: - Solar Farm: The University of Ghana will provide land for the development of a solar farm to supply 1MW of power. Lot 2: - Roof Top Solar: Roof tops and carparks of existing structures would be available for the supply of up to 1 MW of power. PROJECT 2: DEVELOPMENT OF A BIOGAS PLANT OBJECTIVE: The intent of this project is to support the University's vision of promoting a sustainable green environment and mitigate climate change while reducing the cost of its energy bills. Project 2 would require interested parties to supply the University of Ghana with up to 100 kW of electrical power from a biogas plant. PROJECT 3: ENERGY CONSERVATION SYSTEMS OBJECTIVE: The intent of this project is to reduce excessive energy consumption by the University Community through the adoption of measures that would facilitate energy savings to the maximum. This project would require interested parties to: a. Install power saver technologies that would reduce consumption of energy by devices at the University's Academic and Administration Facilities. b. Replace non-LED lamps with LED lamps at the University's Academic and Administration Facilities and Halls of Residence. c. Introduce motion sensors in public access areas such as walk ways, washrooms and lecture halls. PROJECT 4: REFURBISHMENT OF STREET LIGHTS OBJECTIVE: The intent of this project is to replace street lights with LED lamps to minimize the consumption of energy and increase the life span of lamps. Project 4 would require interested parties to: a. Replace existing non-LED street lamps with LED lamps for selected streets. b. Install solar LED street lights at selected streets. c. Replace existing faulty street light electrical cabling GENERAL REQUIREMENTS Eligible Operators must submit Expressions of Interest indicating the following: • Company profile with an organizational chart listing Board of Directors and beneficial ownership • Show relevant track record of at least three (3) previous assignments of similar nature and complexity undertaken within the last ten (10) years. • A brief on the vision of the Operator for delivering the objectives of the particular project. • Demonstration of financial/ technical personnel capability of the Operator as well as the management skills to maintain the systems.
  

EOI Name:
Provision Of Claims Management Services
EOI Package No:
GR/NHIA/CS/004/18
EOI Opening Date:
16/08/2018
EOI Closing Date
17/09/2018
EOI Description:
The National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA) was established by National Health Insurance Act 2012, (Act 852) to provide financial risk protection for healthcare to all persons legally resident in Ghana through the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS). Healthcare Providers (HP's) credentialed by the NHIA, submit claims for healthcare services provided to NHIS members. Since inception, there has been an exponential growth in claims volumes and payments, threatening the sustainability of the Scheme. The NHIA is therefore seeking a Strategic Partner with the requisite claims management knowhow to effectively and efficiently manage claims with the goal of achieving 90% electronic claims management. The services shall include the following: • Provide additional ICT infrastructure to support all software and services to deliver an end-to-end electronic claims management solution • Provide claims submission solutions that can be utilized in all NHIA credentialed Healthcare Provider (HP's) for submission of eclaims. The Solution should enable online and offline generation and submission of claims. • Deploy and train HP's to utilize claim submission solution and maintain high availability of the system • Distribution and Implementation of claims submission solution • Integration with existing Hospital Management Information Systems • Business continuity and IT security services • Security and Audit Requirements • Reports and Business Intelligence (BI) • Integration of the claims management system to NHIA ICT infrastructure • Business rules setup, management and maintenance • Health Provider Support The initial phase of the service is expected to be completed by 2022 The National Health Insurance Authority now invites eligible consultancy firms to indicate their interest in providing the above service. Interested firms must provide information indicating they have the capability and are qualified to perform the service. Qualification and Expertise • Profile of firm • Legal status — Business Registration Certificates • Provide valid copies of SSNIT and GRA Tax Clearance certificates • VAT Registration certificate • Evidence of Public Procurement Authority Registration • Firm must have not less than seven (7) years' experience with a proven track record in rendering similar services in Ghana and or any African Country. References with names, phone numbers and emails must be provided. • Proof of capability must include demonstrable experience of large scale electronic claims management • Relevant qualification and experience of all technical personnel. • Evidence of financial capacity • Required Licensing and Professional Registrations if applicable
  

EOI Name:
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF CENTRALISED WI-FI SOLUTION
EOI Package No:
VRA/PD/EOI/118228
EOI Opening Date:
15/08/2018
EOI Closing Date
19/09/2018
EOI Description:
CENTRALISED WI-FI SOLUTION PROJECT: in the following locations: • Akosombo - 10 Areas • Aboadze - 6 Areas • Accra - 6 Areas • Tema - 4 Areas • Akuse - 7 Areas
  

EOI Name:
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR THE PROVISION OF SECURITY SERVICES
EOI Package No:
VRA/EOI/PD/S.SERV/2018
EOI Opening Date:
24/07/2018
EOI Closing Date
21/08/2018
EOI Description:
procurement of Man Guard Security Services at the Volta River Authority's locations in Accra, Aboadze, Tema, Akosombo, Akuse, Ada and Navrongo eligible local Security Service Providers, Companies or Organizations to indicate their interest in providing security services at the following VRA properties: • Power Installation Sites • Educational Facilities • Health Facilities • Institutional Premises • Vehicle Parking Lots • Guest Houses • Procurement and Stores Sites • Dredging Sites These locations for which security services are to be provided have been zoned into three (3) as follows: ZONE 1: Akosombo, Akuse & Ada ZONE 2: Accra, Tema & Kpone ZONE 3: Aboadze & Navrongo
  

EOI Name:
Selection Of A Creative Agency
EOI Package No:
FDA/PSD/2018/A.12/RFQ-0077
EOI Opening Date:
12/07/2018
EOI Closing Date
15/08/2018
EOI Description:
Selection Of A Creative Agency For Re-Branding Activities And Launch Event For Food And Drugs Authority's Corporate Identity. To enable Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) improve its public appeal and recognizability, FDA wishes to refresh its brand, values and ideals through rebranding and intends to apply part of its Internally Generated Fund (IGF) under a contract for the rebranding of the Food and Drugs Authority. The objective of this "Expression of Interest" is to shortlist and subsequently select a creative agency for undertaking and executing various re-branding activities and event launch for the Food and Drugs Authority's Corporate Identity. The Consulting services ("the Services") includes updating or changing the entity's brand identity/logo or brand sign and communication around the acceptance of the new/updated brand identity/logo or sign of the FDA. Brand is the face and voice of organizations and it is what customers think of when they hear an organization's name. An 'organization' and its 'brand identity' should always be closely aligned and if the two are no longer a good fit, a change is definitely necessary. In view of this, FDA wishes to refresh the corporate visual identity of the organization to boost its brand appeal and increase brand visibility. This is intended to change stakeholders and general public's perception about the FDA and to align them with the refreshed identity of the FDA. The methodology shall include FDA logo redesign, development of new brand guidelines and conceptualization and publicization of new corporate identity. The overall duration of the assignment is expected to cover 3 months. The Food and Drugs Authority now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") who have significant expertise to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information stated below demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services as stated below: 1. A statement of capability detailing a pertinent history of the firm, core competencies, size of firm, as well as that of your workforce, highlighting their education and technical experience as it relates to your firm. 2. The general experience and specific experience of the firm in relation to this assignment including Clientele the past customers for whom your firm has done similar work. 3. The availability of appropriate skills among staff to undertake the assignment 4. Evidence of official incorporation of firm as well as Valid Tax Clearance, VAT and SSNIT Certificates. Consultants may associate with other firms in the form of a joint venture to enhance their qualifications.
  

EOI Name:
Supply and Installation of the Pokuase Bulk Supply Point (BSP) Substation - Design-Build
EOI Package No:
5140400/IFB/CB/07/18
EOI Opening Date:
11/07/2018
EOI Closing Date
27/09/2018
EOI Description:
1. The Republic of Ghana and the United States of America acting through the Millennium Challenge Corporation ("MCC") have entered into a Millennium Challenge Compact on August 5, 2014 under which MCC will provide funding to the Government of Ghana (the "Government"), in an amount not to exceed Four Hundred and Ninety-Eight Million, Two Hundred Thousand United States Dollars (US$498,200,000) ("MCC Funding") to facilitate poverty reduction through economic growth (the "Compact"). Pursuant to the terms of the Compact, the Government committed to provide funding as a Government contribution to support implementation of the Compact in an amount equal to no less than seven and one-half percent (7.5%) of the amount of funding provided by MCC in the Compact (the "Government Contributions"). 2. The Government of Ghana ("GoG"), acting through the Millennium Development Authority ("MiDA"), intends to apply a portion of the MCC Funding to eligible payments under a contract for which this Invitation for Bids ("IFB") is issued. Any payments made by the MCA Entity under the proposed contract will be subject, in all respects, to the terms and conditions of the Compact and related documents, including restrictions on the use and distribution of MCC Funding. No party other than the Government and the MCA Entity shall derive any rights from the Compact or have any claim to the proceeds of MCC Funding. The Compact and its related documents can be found on the MCC website (www.mcc.gov) and on the website of the MiDA. 3. The goal of the Compact program is to reduce poverty through economic growth in Ghana. The objectives of the Compact program are to: (a) Increase private sector investment and productivity and profitability of micro, small, medium and large scale businesses; (b) Increase employment opportunities for men and women; and (c) Raise earning potential from self-employment and improved outcomes for men and women. The Program consists of six (6) projects: (i) the ECG Financial and Operational Turnaround Project; (ii) the NEDCo Financial and Operational Turnaround Project; (iii) the Regulatory Strengthening and Capacity Building Project; (iv) the Access Project; (v) the Power Generation Sector Improvement Project; and (vi) the Energy Efficiency and Demand Side Management Project. MCC's assistance will be provided in a manner that responds to constraints to economic growth by aiming to improve the reliability and quality of power in Ghana. The Compact Program will be executed over a period of five (5) years upon Entry into Force (EIF) of the Compact on 6th September, 2016. 4. This IFB follows the General Procurement Notice that appeared in dgMarket on and UNDB Online on 14th March, 2018, the MiDA website www.mida.gov.gh on Wednesday 14th March, 2018, and local newspapers, Business & Financial Times, Ghanaian Times and Daily Graphic on Tuesday 27th March, Friday 23rd March and Monday 19th March, 2018 respectively. 5. The Employer requests interested Bidders to submit sealed Bids (containing separate sealed envelopes for the Technical Offers and the Financial Offers) for the execution and completion of Supply and Installation of the Pokuase Bulk Supply Point (BSP) Substation - Design-Build, which is being offered based on the Schedule of Prices. All eligible Bidders are encouraged to apply. Please note that no pre-qualification has been undertaken for this procurement. The selection process, as described, includes a qualification step, which shall include a review of past performance, and a reference check and shall be subject to verification prior to the contract award. 6. A Contractor will be selected using Quality and Price Based Selection ("QPBS") procedures which modify the Competitive Selection procedures as described in this Bidding Document accompanying this Invitation for Bids. Bidders are advised that these procedures are governed by MCC Program Procurement Guidelines which can be found on the MCC website. Although these procedures are similar to those set out in the World Bank Standard Bidding Documents for Procurement of Works, Procurement of Plant Design, Supply and Installation and Standard Request for Proposals Selection of Consultants there are several significant differences and firms are advised to review these instructions carefully.
  


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