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EOI Name:
Request For Expression Of Interest From Consultants For Operation Of Gym At Pension House Carpark
EOI Package No:
GR/SSNIT/TS/001/2019
EOI Opening Date:
05/04/2019
EOI Closing Date
08/05/2019
EOI Description:
The Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) intends to lease its gym space to a fitness company for Operation of Gym at Pension House Carpark, Accra. Interested Firms that are in the position to provide the above services are hereby invited to express their interest. The services required include: a) Refurbish and fully equip the Gym with durable and professional Gym equipment at own cost. b) Provide professional gym management services to SSNIT Staff and the general public. c) Maintain durable and professional Gym equipment always. d) Replace equipment once every five years. e) Monitoring system to effectively monitor training activities within gym. Interested Firms must provide information indicating that they are qualified to provide the services mentioned above. Firms may also associate to enhance their qualification. Requirements: Interested Firms shall provide the following as part of their Expression of Interest. a) Legal status of the Firm (i.e. Certificate of Incorporation and Certificate to commence business). b) Provide locations of other Gym facilities owned/managed by the fitness company. c) Evidence of experience in gym services and list of clients provided with similar services in the last five (5) years (attach engagement letters, etc.) d) The potential Service Provider will demonstrate the ability to financially equip the gym in good time. e) Curriculum Vitae (CV) of technical and managerial staff. f) SSNIT and GRA Tax Clearance Certificates
  

EOI Name:
Technical Assistance To Develop A Comprehensive Plan For The Institutional Reform Of The National Board For Small Scale Industries (NBSSI)
EOI Package No:
GR/REP/NBSSI/CS/IFAD/002/2019
EOI Opening Date:
09/04/2019
EOI Closing Date
22/04/2019
EOI Description:
1. The Government of the Republic of Ghana has received a loan from the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) towards the cost of the Rural Enterprises Programme (REP), and intends to apply part of the agreed amount of this loan for payments under the contract for Consultancy services namely: Technical Assistance To Develop A Comprehensive Plan For The Institutional Reform Of The National Board For Small Scale Industries (Nbssi) 2. The Rural Enterprises Programme (REP) is part of the efforts of the Government of Ghana to reduce poverty and create wealth in the rural areas of the country through the promotion and development of micro and small enterprises. REP operates to achieve four outcomes. They are: (a) Business development services made accessible to MSEs in the rural districts. (b) Technical skills transferred and technologies disseminated (c) access of MSEs to finance improved and (d) pro poor MSE support institutions and policies put in place. 3. NBSSI is the apex governmental body dedicated to the promotion and development of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) sector in Ghana. It was established by an Act of Parliament of the Third Republic of Ghana (ACT 434 of 1981) and operationalized in 1985. Government recognises the ability of the sector to contribute substantially to the reduction of the unemployment and to the overall growth of the economy. 4. The comprehensive plan for the institutional reform for NBSSI is to help upgrade and increase its efficiency in the delivery of its mandate. 5. The objectives of the assignment are to: • Review the current structure and make recommendation for reforms. • Review the 5 — year strategic plan and align it with the new direction of transforming the organisation • Define the implementation of the Institutional reform action plan including timelines, milestones, outputs and responsibilities. 6. The anticipated scope of this assignment will include two (2) work streams: Work Stream One • Review the statutory mandates of the National Board for Small Scale Industries as they are currently constituted and all documents with regards to the reform of NBSSI • Review existing Structural and Organisational Plan. • Determine any possible areas of overlap or redundancy in its operation and existing institutions. • Identify and diagnose systematic challenges affecting NBSSI. • Develop a strategic direction for the Institutional Reform. • Propose an administrative structure for such a reform ensuring the inclusion of essential units. • Map out the action plan and strategy for the implementation. Work Stream Two • Make recommendations for the Institutional Reform Strategy. • Propose a new Structural and Organisational Plan. • Define the implementation of the Institutional reform action plan. • Guide the implementation process. 7. NBSSI now invites eligible Institutional Reform Consultants with relevant professional skills, experience and technical expertise to support the process of reforming the institution. Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the service (provide your CV and experience in similar assignments).
  

EOI Name:
Architectural And Engineering Services To Design And Rehabilitate The Nbssi Head Office
EOI Package No:
GR/REP/NBSSI/CS/001/2019
EOI Opening Date:
09/04/2019
EOI Closing Date
22/04/2019
EOI Description:
1. The Government of the Republic of Ghana has received a loan from the International Fund for Agriculture Development (IFAD) towards the cost of the Rural Enterprises Programme (REP), and intends to apply part of the agreed amount of loan for payments under the contract for Consultancy services namely: Architectural And Engineering Services To Design And Rehabilitate The Nbssi Head Office. 2. The Rural Enterprises Programme (REP) is part of the efforts of the Government of Ghana to reduce poverty and create wealth in the rural areas of the country through the promotion and development of micro and small enterprises. 3. The overall goal of REP is to achieve improved livelihoods and incomes for rural poor micro and small entrepreneurs. The specific objective of the programme is to increase the number of rural MSEs that generate profit, growth and employment opportunities. Under the programme phase, greater emphasis is being placed on the promotion and development of agro related enterprises with the active participation of the growing number of graduates from the country's secondary and tertiary educational institutions. 4. National Board for Small Scale Industries (NBSSI) is the apex governmental body dedicated to the promotion and development of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) sector in Ghana. An "apex body" that oversees all activities involving the development of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises in Ghana. NBSSI is one of the channels through which the REP operates to achieve their four outcomes. These four outcomes include: (a) Business development services made accessible to MSEs in the rural districts. (b) Technical skills transferred and technologies disseminated (c) access of MSEs to finance improved and (d) pro poor MSE support institutions and policies put in place. 5. The Rehabilitation of the Head office block is part of the structural reforms NBSSI is undergoing to enable it work efficiently and deliver on their mission and vision. 6. The Objective of the assignment is to: Provide a face lift re-engineering design and drawings to the appropriate scale for the rehabilitation of the Head office. 7. The scope of work of the Consultant will include but not be limited to: ? Develop engineering design, specifications and provide the necessary detailed working drawings for the execution of the project. ? Prepare cost estimates and Tender Documents for the procurement of the works. ? Assist NBSSI in the tender process and selection of Contractors for works. ? Undertake General Contract administration and Post Contract Construction appraisal of the project before hand over. 8. The NBSSI on behalf of the Rural Enterprises Programme (REP) now invites eligible consulting firms to indicate their interest in providing the above services. Interested firms must provide information on the following: ? Company Profile ? Evidence of Registration of Incorporation ? Demonstrate experience in similar assignment ? Previous working experience of the firm or one of its lead consultants with Development Partner's funded projects would be an advantage.
  

EOI Name:
Consultancy Services For The Implementation Of Gexim’s Cassava Enterprise Project
EOI Package No:
GR/GEXIM/CS/002/2019
EOI Opening Date:
02/04/2019
EOI Closing Date
09/04/2019
EOI Description:
The Ghana Export-Import Bank (GEXIM) intends to apply part of its budgetary allocations to payments under the contract for the provision of "Consultancy Services for the Implementation of GEXIM's Cassava Enterprise Project". Background Information and Rational As a response to the challenges in the Cassava Industry, and to take advantage of the potentials thereon, the Ghana EXIM Bank initiated a project dubbed 'Cassava Enterprise Project'. The Project, which is a redesign and a continuation of the Cassava Integrated Enterprise Development Project (CIEDP, phase 1), seeks to improve and commercialize the use of cassava through cultivation, processing and marketing of its derivatives. Specifically, it is aimed at developing and strengthening access to inputs; ensuring adequate and sustainable production and processing along the value chain; improving the capacity of cassava farmers and fostering entrepreneurial mind set; improving access to finance along the value chain; improving access to technology for processing and commercialization to achieve quality, consistency and quantity and enhancing access to domestic and international market. Phase one of the Project involved support for nuclear and out-grower farmers to cultivate cassava for processing in factories that were constructed with financial resources from the Bank. It also involved support for seed multiplication. Under phase two, ten (10) enterprises will be selected to cultivate five hundred (500) acres of cassava each. Also, processing equipment will be acquired for these enterprises to produce their cassava into chips for export. Scope of Work Generally, the consultant will be tasked to provide technical support in the project implementation and monitoring. Role of Consultant The Consultant is required to perform the following roles (list not exhaustive): 1. Provide general technical advice in the project implementation to produce the expected project results 2. Provide extension services to beneficiary farmers to ensure adherence to cassava production protocols 3. Provide technical advice in the identification and selection of suitable technologies/machineries/equipment for beneficiary farmers for increased, sustainable production and processing 4. Provide support by identifying markets (both local and international) and linking beneficiary farmers to same 5. Provide technical expertise in the production, on-farm propagation and distribution of improved planting materials 6. Assess knowledge gaps of participating farmers and conduct relevant training sessions to enhance effective projects implementation 7. Provide support in organizing forums /periodic review meetings for selected actors along the cassava value chain 8. Prepare and submit periodic report on the project to management of EXIM Bank Ghana 9. Provide support in monitoring project implementation 10. Identify and select tractor service providers subject to concurrent approval by the Bank ASSIGNMENT DURATION The contract will be for a period of 24 months with an option to renew for additional 12 months based on satisfactory performance. ELIGIBILITY GHANA EXIM BANK now invites eligible Consultants to indicate their interest in providing the consultancy services for the implementation of GEXIM's Cassava Enterprise Project. Interested Consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (description of similar assignments undertaken by key staff, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc.). Consultants may associate to enhance their qualifications. The Consultant will be selected in accordance with the procedures set out in the Public Procurement Act, 2003 (Act 663) as amended of the Republic of Ghana. The firm must present the following: 1. Business Registration Certificates (Incorporation & Commencement of Business) 2. Valid Value Added Tax (VAT) Registration Certificate. 3. Valid Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) Tax Clearance Certificate. 4. Valid Social Security & National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) Clearance Certificate. 5. Valid PPA Supplier Registration Certificate. Proposed Team Interested Consultants or firms should possess a team of highly knowledgeable, experienced and result-oriented members with proven track record in the industry and must possess: • Each member of the management team should at least possess a Degree in Agricultural Science or its equivalent with at least ten (10) years post qualification experience in cassava plantation development, cassava processing technology, soil engineering, agronomy, pest and disease management, agribusiness, etc
  

EOI Name:
Provision Of Comprehensive Health Insurance Services For Staff Of GEXIM
EOI Package No:
GR/GEXIM/EOI/HI/001/2019
EOI Opening Date:
28/03/2019
EOI Closing Date
05/04/2019
EOI Description:
The Ghana Export-Import Bank (GEXIM) intends to apply part of its budgetary allocations to payments under the contract for the provision of "Comprehensive Health Insurance Services for Staff of GEXIM". BACKGROUND The Ghana Export-Import Bank (hereinafter, called "GEXIM" or "the Bank") was set up in 2016 through the Ghana Export-Import Bank Act, 2016 (Act 911) to support and develop trade between Ghana and other countries, and to build Ghana's capacity and competitiveness in the international marketplace. In this respect, GEXIM is expected to: • Act as the principal export finance institution of the country, supporting and enhancing existing trade and investment activities; • Be the key player in the promotion of cross border trade and investment, with a mandate to enhance and integrate the country's foreign trade and investment activities in the economy; and • Play a major role as a partner of Ghanaian industries, especially SMEs, in their export efforts, by offering products and services at all stages of the production and distribution cycle, including import of technology, export of products, developing exports, production, marketing, pre and post-shipment activities. In view of the role of the Bank as stipulated in Act 911, it is imperative for GEXIM to attract and retain highly qualified and skilled Staff. Therefore, in line with the Bank's HR Policy and as a strategy to attract and retain highly qualified and skilled Staff and to maintain high productivity, GEXIM has identify the provision of excellent medical care as key success factor. Consequently, the Bank operates a Private Medical Health Insurance scheme for each employee and his/her qualified dependants. OBJECTIVE To provide comprehensive medical and health insurance cover to all GEXIM Staff and their qualified dependants at best health facilities nation-wide at competitive cost. SCOPE OF WORK The provision of health insurance for Staff and their qualified dependents should be based on the Medical and Health Insurance Policy of the Bank. The policy seeks to provide all permanent Staff (in special cases temporary Staff) access to medical care (both preventive and curative) at the best health facilities in Ghana at a very competitive cost to the Bank. The service provider is expected to offer the following (the list is not exhaustive) - in-patient and out-patient — medical services to members of staff and their qualified dependants registered under the policy to an agreed financial limit: A. Out-Patient Services • General Consultations • Specialist Consultations • Laboratory investigations/Pathology tests, Computed Tomography (CT) & Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Scans, Echocardiogram (Echo), X-rays, ultra-sound, Electrocardiogram (ECG), Electroencephalogram (EEG), Electromyography (EMG), Mammography (Diagnostic & Screening), Endoscopy, oncology tests and other diagnostic procedures, including testing for HIV/AIDS if required and consented by the individual • Physiotherapy • Maternity care including pre-natal and post-natal care, routine support and advice, tests, consultations and treatment during childbirth, and management of pregnancy related complications including congenital defects or abnormalities and premature births. • Prescriptions and Medical Consumables • Referrals to Specialist Hospitals • Provide dental services including cleaning, filling, extraction, root canals treatment and replacement of teeth lost through sickness or accident to an agreed financial limit. B. In- Patient Care • General/Specialist reviews • Hospital feeding • Laboratory / Pathology tests • Medical Imaging (Diagnostic tests) • Referral to Specialist Hospitals C. Specialized Medical Treatment • Neurosurgery • Eye care including spectacle (lenses) replacement and surgery • Spinal surgery • Cardiothoracic surgery • Plastic surgery (Not Cosmetic) • Neonatology services • Provide reasonable Psychiatric services including counselling services, drugs and treatment for members and immediate family in case one develops a psychiatric condition • Specialized medical treatment- shall be limited to permanent Staff only. D. Radiological services. E. Mandatory Medical Screening — twice every year. F. Medical examination for newly recruited Staff G. Pre-retirement medical examination. H. Health talks and seminars for Staff. I. Offer medical advice to Management on any other medical issues affecting staff of GEXIM. EXPECTED OUTPUTS The Service Provider will liaise with the HR Unit of GEXIM for the day-to-day implementation of the contract. The service provider will submit a brief monthly progress report to the HR Manager on implementation of the contract and will nominate a contact person who should be readily available to answer the member's enquiries. By the end of each year, there should be: • A significant improvement in the health care delivery to the Staff of the Bank and their qualified dependants. • A significant decrease in the cost of medical care to the Bank DELIVERABLES The Health Insurance Service Provider should be able to provide all the services under the scope of the assignment and the following: • Submit a separate quarterly (every 3 months) report for the Executives, Staff, and their dependants for payment done. • Submit a list of common/prevalent diseases of the Staff and their qualified dependants and suggest preventive measures to curb/manage them. • Organise Health Talks for Staff on quarterly basis. • Refund of payments made by staff on prescriptions not available at health care centres. ASSIGNMENT DURATION The contract will be for a period of one year with an option to renew for another 12 months based on satisfactory performance. ELIGIBILITY Ghana Exim now invites eligible Service Providers to indicate their interest in providing Health Insurance Services for staff of GEXIM. Interested Service Providers 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.). Service Providers may associate to enhance their qualifications. The Service Provider will be selected in accordance with the procedures set out in the Public Procurement Act, 2003 (Act 663) as amended of the Republic of Ghana. The firm must present the following: 1. Business Registration Certificates (Incorporation & Commencement of Business) 2. Valid Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) Tax Clearance Certificate. 3. Valid Social Security & National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) Clearance Certificate. 4. Valid Value Added Tax (VAT) Registration Certificate. 5. Valid PPA Supplier Registration Certificate. 6. Valid National Health Insurance Authority Licence Proposed Team Interested Health Insurance Service Providers or firms should possess a team of highly knowledgeable, experienced and result-oriented members with proven track record in the industry and must possess: • The requisite qualification in the health insurance industry from a recognized institution • Members of the management team should at least possess a First Degree or its equivalent with at least five years post qualification experience in the insurance field. • The experience in the provision of health insurance for a large workforce. • An active nationwide network of healthcare facilities and service providers with 24-hour service. • A well-established and transparent billing system
  

EOI Name:
CONSULTING SERVICES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A FIVE YEAR STRATEGIC PLAN FOR KORLE BU TEACHING HOSPITAL
EOI Package No:
GR/KBTH/EOI/CS/0001/2019
EOI Opening Date:
01/04/2019
EOI Closing Date
16/04/2019
EOI Description:
CONSULTING SERVICES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A FIVE YEAR STRATEGIC PLAN FOR KORLE BU TEACHING HOSPITAL
  

EOI Name:
Customer Outreach, Facilitation Assistance for New Connections and Normalization of Services
EOI Package No:
5420200/RFP/QCBS/03/19
EOI Opening Date:
25/03/2019
EOI Closing Date
10/05/2019
EOI Description:
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 Contribution"). The Government of Ghana ("GoG"), acting through the Millennium Development Authority ("MiDA" or "MCA Entity"), intends to apply a portion of the MCC Funding to eligible payments under a contract for which this Request for Proposals ("RFP") 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 MCA Entity. 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) Power Generation Sector Improvement Project ; and (vi) the Energy Efficiency and Demand Side Management Project. The MCA Entity now invites proposals from legally constituted consulting firms to provide the consultant services referenced above ("Proposals"). More details on these consultant services are provided in the Terms of Reference.
  

EOI Name:
CONSULTANCY SERVICES TO ASSIST AUDIT SERVICE TO CARRY OUT PROCUREMENT AUDITS
EOI Package No:
GR/GAS/EOI/001/19
EOI Opening Date:
20/03/2019
EOI Closing Date
01/03/2019
EOI Description:
Section 91 of the Public Procurement Act (PPA), 2003 (Act 663) mandates the Auditor-General to conduct statutory annual procurement audits of entities and compliance by contractors, suppliers, and consultants with the procurement requirement in the Act 663 as amended. Pursuant to the above, the Audit Service seeks to identify and pre-qualify experienced eligible Consultants/Firms for the issue of Request for Proposal (RFP) for the Selection of a consultant for the above mentioned assignment in line with Section 29(7) of the Audit Service Regulations, 2011. The main objective of the assignment is to engage the services of a consultant to assist the Audit Service to carry out procurement audits in accordance with the legal framework for auditing and Public Procurement The Audit Service 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 (description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc.). In addition, firms are required to provide the following documents and information: a. Profile of the Company, including Company Registration Certificates, SSNIT and GRA Tax Clearance Certificate , VAT Registration Certificate, and PPA supplier data base certificate A consultant will be selected in accordance with the procedures set out in the Public Procurement Act, 2003 (Act 663) as amended of the Republic of Ghana. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below from 9:00 to 17:00 hrs GMT. Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below by 3rd April 2019. Mailing Address: _ The Auditor General, Ghana Audit Service Attention: The Assistant Director of Procurement P.O. Box MB 96, Accra-Ghana Room 9, Old Block Digital Address: GA-110-8787 City: Accra, Ghana. Telephone: (233- 0241941062/0208178078) Electronic Mail Address: richard.yeboah@audit.gov.gh Contact Person: Richard Osei Yeboah
  

EOI Name:
TrackFin 2019 Initiative (Round-3)
EOI Package No:
MSWR/ TrackFin/ CS/ 19
EOI Opening Date:
18/03/2019
EOI Closing Date
02/04/2019
EOI Description:
The Government of Ghana has received a grant from UNICEF for the UN-Water Global Analysis and Assessment of Sanitation and Drinking (GLAAS) TrackFin Initiative, and intends to apply it for Consultancy Services. The Consultancy Services ("the Services") involves Tracking Financing to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) at the National Level with an objective to strengthen National Systems for Collecting and Analysing Financial Information, Provide Decision Makers with Key Information on which to base Policy and Programmes and also Improve our understanding of current Expenditure in the WASH Sector for a duration of Six (6) Months. The 1st and 2nd Rounds of this assignment was undertaken in 2014 and 2016 respectively. The 2014 TrackFin produced WASH Accounts for 2010-2012 and the 2016 TrackFin also produced the 2013 - 2014 WASH Accounts. The 2014 and 2016 TrackFin considerably improved National Knowledge of financing to the Water and Sanitation Sector, highlighted gaps and suggested series of recommendations to improve Data Collection and Produce Reliable Estimates. Trackfin 2019 Initiative (Round-3) will seek to consider the theme for the 2019 UN-World Water Day Celebration and the Sustainable Development Agenda 2030 which seeks to 'Leave No One Behind'. Imperative of the above, the Scope of the 2019 TrackFin will focus on WASH Accounts for 2015, 2016 and 2017 financial years, covering Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM), Water supply, Basic Sanitation, Hygiene (Hand Washing with Soap and Water), WASH Institutions, including WASH expenditure on hard-to-reach and vulnerable population groups. In this new cycle, the TrackFin 2019 study will also emphasise on whether or not Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) have segregated budget lines for liquid waste sanitation and solid waste liquidation, and to unearth reasons, if MMDAs have not complied with the Ministry of Finance's 2018-2021 Budget Preparations Guidelines. The study on MMDAs will include but not limited to the following Assemblies: • Tamale Metropolitan Assembly in the Northern Region • Shai-Doku District Assembly and Adentan Municipal Assembly in the Greater Accra Region • Wa East Municipal Assembly in the Upper West Region • North Dayi District Assembly in the Volta Region. • Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) in the Ashanti Region The MSWR now invites eligible Individual Consultants ("Consultants") to express interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants shall provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the assignment. Shortlisting criteria are indicated below: • A minimum qualification of 1st Degree in Environmental Science Management, Bio-Chemistry, Water, Sanitation and hygiene related Fields • At least 10 years of working experience in the WASH Sector/ Public Expenditure Management / Public Accounting Field • Experience in assignment of similar nature • Experience in financial data collection, database management and data analysis
  

EOI Name:
Provision Of Security Services
EOI Package No:
FDA/PSD/2019/A.12/TS-0005
EOI Opening Date:
05/03/2019
EOI Closing Date
12/03/2019
EOI Description:
SELECTION OF SECURITY FIRMS FOR PROVISION OF SECURITY SERVICES FOR THE FOOD AND DRUGS AUTHORITY 1. The Food and Drugs Authority intends to apply part of its budgetary allocation for the payment under the contract for the provision of Man Guard Security Services at its offices and residences throughout the country. 2. The Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) as part of efforts to provide adequate security and safety for staff, clients and properties at its Headquarters in Shiashie-Accra and in all regions intends to engage the services of qualified security firms to provide adequate security services in a professional and cost-effective manner. 3. The scope of provision of the Man Guard Security services shall include but not limited to the following areas for a period of two (2) years, subject to renewal for an additional one- year upon satisfactory performance. • Guarding of the car park • Controlling of the boom gates (where applicable) • Directing vehicular traffic on the premises • Monitoring of CCTV cameras in the outer perimeter of the premises • Providing 24/7-hour general security services including holidays • Providing uniformed tagged personnel with appropriate working equipment for example baton, touch-lights etc 4. The FDA now invites eligible Security Firms who have significant expertise to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Firms should provide the information stated below demonstrating that they are qualified to perform the services and are duly registered under the appropriate law. a) 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. b) 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. c) The availability of appropriate skills among staff to undertake the assignment d) Presence of firm and experience in working in all regions in Ghana 5. Only Service Providers who are registered with the Ministry of Interior/ National Security or Police Administration and have evidence of valid Business Registration Documents, valid Tax Clearance Certificate, VAT Registration Certificate, valid SSNIT Clearance Certificate and valid Supplier's Registration Certificate from Public Procurement Authority are eligible to tender. 6. The eligible Firms must demonstrate established records of accomplishment in Security service provision, and must have substantial investments in relevant personnel and infrastructure.
  


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