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EOI Name:
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FROM INVESTORS – CONCESSION TO CONSTRUCT STUDENTS’ HOSTELS
EOI Package No:
GR/GIMPA/EOI/HOST/11/18
EOI Opening Date:
30/11/2018
EOI Closing Date
09/01/2019
EOI Description:
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FROM INVESTORS — CONCESSION TO CONSTRUCT STUDENTS' HOSTELS 1. The Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration intends to invite investors/ contractors to express interest to construct hostels on a Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT) basis in Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) Greenhill. 2. The Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration invites eligible investors/ contractors to indicate their interest in the construction of hostels. They should provide information and verifiable evidence demonstrating that they have the required qualification and relevant experience to construct hostels. 3. Scope of Projects • To construct a four-block students' hostel of 7 storey accommodation with a bed space capacity of 4000; three thousand (3000) for undergraduate students, one thousand (1000) for graduate students and creating four categories of accommodation (1student per room, 2 students per room, 3 students per room and 4 students per room) • The concessionaire will be responsible for all the funding from conception to completion. • During the operation period, the concessionaire will be responsible for the management and maintenance of the project. • Loss recovery plus margin by the concessionaire will be solely through facilities user fees charged at the hostel. • Facilities user fee will be solely in agreement with the Institute with annual increment agreed between both parties. • Project should be completed within 18 months of contract award Criteria for Pre-Selection 1. Evidence of proof of funding ( financial capacity and ability to raise private finance) 2. Managerial and technical capacity and expertise 4. Requirements Interested Investors shall provide the following as part of the Expression of Interest 1. Proof of funding (financial capacity and ability to raise private finance) 2. Valid Incorporation Document 3. Profile of key Technical and Managerial Staff proposed for the project 4. Valid GRA Clearance and SSNIT Certificate 5. Further information can be obtained from the Procurement Unit, room 1, Oval 4, GIMPA Achimota, Accra or on telephone number (0302) 401681 ext. 2202/ 1561 between 8:30a.m. to 5:00p.m. (Monday to Friday) 6. Signed Expression of Interest (EOI) must be delivered and deposited in the tender box to the Address below on or before 10:00a.m on 9th January, 2019 Late submissions will not be accepted. THE PROCUREMENT MANAGER GIMPA P.O.BOX AH 50 GREENHILL, ACHIMOTA
  

EOI Name:
Design And Implementation Of Risk-Based Supervision Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Management Information System Platform
EOI Package No:
PN 5/19-11-18
EOI Opening Date:
23/11/2018
EOI Closing Date
19/12/2018
EOI Description:
The National Pensions Regulatory Authority (NPRA) is a statutory body responsible for the regulation and supervision of the pension industry in Ghana and derives its mandate from the National Pensions Act, 2008 (Act 766) as amended. NPRA intends to apply part of its budgetary allocation towards the payment under the contract for consultancy services, to conduct systems analysis and design for the supply, development, installation and commissioning of a Risk-Based Supervisory (RBS) system solution - a complete solution on a turnkey basis, towards the realization of the NPRA RBS system Project. OBJECTIVE The objective is to build the requisite IT system that shall run the RBS (Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution) in a seamless integrated manner with adequate system and data security for all the modules to achieve the desired functionalities. SCOPE OF THE ASSIGNMENT The complete solution includes various components such as systems analysis and design, supply, installation and commissioning of hardware, software, data conversion, data migration and systems integration of all the components. The scope of work should include but not limited to the following: 1. The Hardware component includes but not limited to the Virtual Private Server (VPS) services provided by National Information and Technology Agency (NITA) as a primary data center to setup an IT server infrastructure and database for RBS (ERP) deployment. 2. The Software component includes but not limited to the following; A. Risk-Based Supervisory System - application software (ERP) should include: a) Regulatory System: i. Licensing and Registration; ii. Standards and Compliance Management; iii. Complaint/Grievance/Case Management (Customer Relations Management System); and iv. Stakeholder Interactions. b) Content Management (Electronic Document Management); c) Accounting/Financial & Budgeting System; d) Human Resource Management/Payroll System; e) Inventory/Assets Management System; f) Helpdesk/Call center Management System; g) Learning Management; h) Monitoring and Evaluation system; and i) Business intelligence and Analytics. B. Systems utilities; and C. Software for Monitoring of System / Application software. 3. Conduct comprehensive System Requirement Study/Gap Analysis and develop a detailed System Requirement Study/Gap Analysis Document (SRSD) for review and approval by NPRA; 4. Conduct a hardware and networking needs assessment and develop an assessment report for review and approval by NPRA; 5. Produce a System Design Document (SDD) as per the approved SRSD and obtain SDD approval; 6. Develop or build the centralized web based RBS ERP MIS Platform (System Development) as per the agreed SRSD and SDD; 7. Perform Data migration of existing data available data into new system; 8. Conduct System installation, configuration on the RBS ERP MIS Virtual Private Server (VPS); 9. Conduct System testing, evaluation and commissioning of RBS ERP modules; 10. Conduct RBS ERP MIS user training for NPRA staffs at various levels including its stakeholders; 11. Obtain Operational acceptance of RBS ERP MIS Platform developed; 12. Provide on-site system warranty support services for 12 months; and 13. Provide annual technical maintenance and support services for additional 24 months. DURATION The complete solution shall be fully operational no longer than twelve (12) months after the award of contract. CRITERIA FOR EVALUATION The Expression of Interest proposal shall demonstrate the Consultant's general experience in the acquisition, development, integration and implementation of the solution, work plan and approach of work, qualification and competency of personnel for the assignment. The purpose of this exercise is to select credible, reliable and financially resourced consultants to submit tender for this project. Interested Companies must meet the minimum criteria below: 1. Profile of Consulting firm 2. Profile of Key Personnel 3. Must have a local Ghanaian partner if tenderer is a non-Ghanaian registered company. 4. The Ghanaian registered Companies shall submit valid SSNIT, GRA & VAT registration and clearance certificates. 5. Proof of Registration with the Public Procurement Authority. 6. Must have carried out at least three (3) similar verifiable projects, operating from at least thirty (30) sites; 7. A minimum of five (5) years demonstrable operational experience in similar projects, preferably in Pensions Regulatory and or other regulatory financial institutions. 8. Must have financial capability to undertake this project. 9. Must submit the audited accounts of the past 3 years. EXPECTED DELIVERABLES 1. A detailed System Requirement Study/Gap Analysis Document (SRSD); 2. Hardware (VPS) and networking assessment report; 3. System Design Document (SDD); 4. Build the centralized web based RBS ERP MIS Platform; 5. Prototype Demonstration; 6. Software development plan for the RBS ERP system; 7. Documentation of RBS ERP implementation plans for the entire project; 8. Installation and Testing plans; 9. User Training and Knowledge Transfer; 10. RBS ERP Technical and User Manuals; and 11. Post-implementation User Support.
  

EOI Name:
Consultancy Services For Need Analysis For The Acquisition Of An Asset & Liability Management
EOI Package No:
GR/SSNIT/CS/007/2018
EOI Opening Date:
20/11/2018
EOI Closing Date
05/12/2018
EOI Description:
SOCIAL SECURITY AND NATIONAL INSURANCE TRUST (SSNIT) intends to apply part of its budgetary allocation to payments under the Contract for Consultancy Services for Need Assessment and Evaluation for the Acquisition of an Asset Liability Management System (ALMS) for the Trust. Interested Consulting Firms that are in a position to provide consultancy services on ALMS Needs Assessment and Evaluation to facilitate the acquisition and successful implementation of an ALMS for SSNIT are being invited to express their interest. The services required include: a) Determination and assessment of the policies, processes and systems and recommendation of areas for potential improvement with respect to an appropriate ALMS. b) Identification and evaluation of the needs of the key Users with respect to the acquisition of an ALMS. c) Provision of a well-documented report on SSNIT's current capabilities as well as SSNIT's requirements to help justify its business case for an appropriate ALMS. d) Assisting the client in the selection of a Service Provider to provide the ALMS. e) Preparation and submission of all necessary technical and financial reports required by the client. f) Analyzing, matching, forecasting and management of the scheme's Assets and Liabilities. Interested Consultants must provide information (brochures, description of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, appropriate skills among staff etc.) indicating that they are qualified to perform the services required. Consultants may associate to enhance their qualifications. Requirements: Interested Consultants should also provide the following as part of their Expression of Interest: 1. Legal status of the firm (i.e. certificate of registration and certificate to commence business). 2. Evidence of professional registration of the firm. 3. Evidence of previous works (similar) executed in the last five (5) years. 4. Proof of registration with Public Procurement Authority (PPA). 5. Curriculum Vitae (CV) of technical and managerial staff proposed for the assignment. 6. SSNIT and GRA Tax Clearance Certificates valid as at the deadline for submission. 7. Audited Accounts for the last three (3) years (2015, 2016 and 2017).
  

EOI Name:
Servicing Of Fire Fighting Systems/Equipment
EOI Package No:
GR/SSNIT/TS/006/2018
EOI Opening Date:
06/11/2018
EOI Closing Date
21/11/2018
EOI Description:
Request For Expression Of Interest From Consultants For Servicing Of Fire Fighting Systems/Equipment At SSNIT Offices Nationwide. The Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) intends to apply part of its budgetary allocation to payments under the contract for the provision of services relating to firefighting systems/equipment. Interested Firms that are in the position to provide the above service are hereby invited to express their interest. The services required include: a) Periodic testing and servicing of fire alarm systems. b) Bi-annual testing and servicing of fire extinguishers. c) Bi-annual recharging of fire extinguishers. d) Bi-annual testing and servicing of fire hydrant systems. e) Supply and installation of fire alarm systems and fire extinguishers (for new properties) 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 registration and certificate to commence business). b) Evidence of previous or similar services executed in the last five (5) years. c) Current registration with Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS) as a Fire Protection Services Provider. d) Proof of registration with Public Procurement Authority (PPA). e) Curriculum Vitae (CV) of technical and managerial staff. f) SSNIT and GRA Tax Clearance Certificates valid as at date of opening. g) Audited Accounts for the last three (3) years.
  

EOI Name:
Management Of Imported Unregistered FDA Regulated Products In Ghana
EOI Package No:
FDA/PSD/2018/A.12/QBS-0122
EOI Opening Date:
29/10/2018
EOI Closing Date
30/11/2018
EOI Description:
Management Of Imported Unregistered FDA Regulated Products In Ghana Through An Effective Warehouse Management System The Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) is mandated by Parts, Six (6), Seven (7) and Eight (8) of the Public Health Act 2012, Act 851 to enforce standards for the safety, efficacy and quality of food, herbal medicinal products, human and veterinary medicines, medical devices, cosmetics and household chemical substances as well as tobacco and conduct of Clinical Trials. Traditionally, three major options have been available to the regulatory authority with regards to dealing with imports that are not compliant to current regulations; i.e. re-export, destroy/safely dispose or detain the product and brought into compliance. The FDA detains unregistered imported FDA regulated products in the importer's warehouses until the importer brings the product into compliance with the requisite regulations. Such products in several instances have been sold or distributed without the approval of the FDA. This contravenes provisions of ACT 851 and may endanger the health of consumers. Expressions of Interest (EOIs) are hereby invited for leasing of warehouse with floor space of at least One Thousand Square Meters (1000 m2) from any interested locally registered warehouse (dry and/or cold storage) owners/operators in the Greater Accra and the Ashanti Regions having clear and absolute title for lease out of their premises with approved building plans issued by local authority for use as warehouse of FDA regulated products. Interested warehouse owners/operators should provide information stated below: 1. Proof of ownership including Valid Building Permit, Site Plan, Building Plan(s) of the warehouse including measurements and openings of warehouse and utility services. 2. The experience of the firm in relation to warehouse management system. 3. The financial capacity of the firm evidenced by Proof of Annual Financial Turnover equal to GHS 300,000.00 in each of the last three (3) consecutive financial years. 4. Evidence of official incorporation of firm as well as Valid Tax Clearance, VAT and SSNIT Certificates. 5. Evidence of regulatory documents, i. e, Valid Ghana National Fire Services (G.N.F.S) Fire Safety Certificate, copy of comprehensive insurance policy against fire, theft and natural disasters and Valid Warehouse License from the Food and Drugs Authority
  

EOI Name:
Property Development Consultancy Services For Design And Supervision
EOI Package No:
GR/UG/EOI/GUSS/01/2018
EOI Opening Date:
19/10/2018
EOI Closing Date
06/11/2018
EOI Description:
The Universities of Ghana Staff Superannuation Scheme (GUSS) of the University of Ghana invites prospective property development consultants to express their interest in the provision of consultancy services for the development of Students Hostels on the University of Ghana campus. The services required will include: • Provision of Architectural and Engineering Services for the construction of proposed Hostels. • Environmental / Social Impact Assessment • Traffic Impact Assessment • Development of tender documents for the solicitation of tenders from prospective contractors and assistance in the evaluation of tenders for award recommendation. • Construction Supervision. The University of Ghana now invites eligible Consultants to indicate their interest in providing these services. Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services. Consultants may associate to enhance their qualifications. A Firm 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. Eligible Consultants must submit their Expressions of Interest with the following documents: • Company Profiles, Brochures, description of similar assignments and experience in similar works. • Availability of appropriate skills among staff. • Copies of valid Tax Clearance Certificate, VAT Certificate, SSNIT Clearance Certificate and Business Registration Certificate. Consultants must show evidence of registering with the Public Procurement Authority
  

EOI Name:
Consulting Service for the Design Review and Refurbishment of Client Service Access Units
EOI Package No:
LC CS-03
EOI Opening Date:
28/09/2018
EOI Closing Date
12/10/2018
EOI Description:
The Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources has applied for financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Land Administration Project Phase 2 Additional Financing, and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services. The Project will be implemented through four-interrelated Components, namely: 1. strengthening the Policy, Legal and Regulatory Framework for Land Administration; 2. decentralizing and improving Business and Service Delivery Processes; 3. providing improved Maps and Spatial Data for Land Administration; and 4. engaging in Human Resource Development and Project Management. The objective of the Consultancy is to provide technical assistance in terms of conducting needs assessments for five (5) Client Service Access Unit (CSAU) in total; refurbishment of two (2) existing buildings and design review for construction of three (3) new CSAUs. The assignment is in two phases: 1. Phase 1 of the assignment covers the pre-contract activities including inspection, review, production of designs, selection and engagement of contractors for the construction of the building. 2. Phase 2 covers contract management and supervision of construction and refurbishments of the CSAUs. Specifically the assignment will cover the following; 1. Refurbishment and conversion of Offices for CSAU in Tema (Greater Accra Region) and Wa (Upper West Region) 2. Review design of Prototype CSAU buildings in Cape Coast (Central Region), Sunyani (Brong Ahafo Region) and Ho (Volta Region). Each Phase will have its own Contract Form, that is, Phase 1 will be Lump Sum and Phase 2 will be Time Based Contract. Both Contracts will be signed at Contract Award. However, execution of the Phase 2 is contingent on Client's satisfaction of Consultant's delivery of Phase 1. The consulting services ("the Services") include the construction of three new CSAUs at the regional offices for the Lands Commission in Cape Coast, Sunyani and Cape Coast and the refurbishment of two offices for conversion to CSAUs in Tema and Wa. It is estimated that 44 professional staff-months will be required over a 15 months period. The assignment is expected to start in January, 2019. The duration of the consultancy shall be for a period of 15 months comprising 3 months for design review and pre-contract activities, (Phase 1) and 6 months Construction Supervision (Phase 2) and 6 months Maintenance Period. The Lands Commission now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the Services. The shortlisting criteria are: a. Core business of the firm should be architectural. b. At least 10 years in business c. Relevant experience in the design and supervision of office buildings d. Must have availability of appropriate skills among staff. Key Experts will not be evaluated at the shortlisting stage.
  

EOI Name:
Provision Of External Audit Services
EOI Package No:
GR/NHIA/CS/005/18
EOI Opening Date:
19/09/2018
EOI Closing Date
19/10/2018
EOI Description:
The Internal Audit Directorate of the National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA) was established as part of the governance framework to provide independent appraisal, advisory and assurance functions for the Executive and the Board, to assist the Authority achieve its mandate. The Internal Audit Directorate is mandated by the National Health Insurance Act 852, 2012 to conduct quarterly audit of the Health Insurance Fund, which includes 163 district offices, 10 regional offices and 4 claims processing centres. There is currently a backlog of outstanding audit in some of the district offices. The nature of audit shall cover both operational and financial areas and shall be conducted in the manner as prescribed in the audit manual of the Institute of Internal Auditors (IAA) for the audit of Public Sector Institutions. The services shall include the following: • Assessing adequacy of internal controls • Verification of funds used in accordance with established rules and regulations of the NHIA and all relevant laws governing public sector financial management • Examine all revenues attributed to the district office • Examine all claims paid and ascertain whether such claims are properly submitted, vetted, approved, reported and appropriately reconciled with service providers. The assignment is for a duration of sixty (60) days with at least three (3) staff at each District. The assignment will be divided as indicated below: LOT 1 Number of District Offices -24 Audit Period: 2015-2017 NB: District Offices located in the Ashanti, Eastern and Central Regions are for Lot 1 LOT 2 Number of District Offices - 21 Audit Period: 2015-2017 NB: District Offices located in the Brong Ahafo, Northern and Upper East Regions are for Lot 2 LOT 3 Number of District Offices - 26 Audit Period: 2015-2017 NB: District Offices located in the Western, Volta and Greater Accra Regions are for Lot 3 Prospective Consultancy firms are to submit Expression of Interest (EOI) for any one Lot only. 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. A consultancy firm will be shortlisted in accordance with the procedures provided in the Public Procurement Act 2003, Act 663, Public Procurement (Amendment) Act 2016, (Act 914) and the qualification criteria listed below: 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 Registration with the Public Procurement Authority • Firm must have not less than seven (7) years' experience with a proven track record in rendering similar services in the Public Sector. References with names, phone numbers and emails must be provided. • Proof of capability must include awareness of relevant international standards, sound understanding of regulatory frameworks • Relevant qualification and experience of all technical personnel. • Evidence of financial capacity • Required Licensing and Professional Registrations if applicable
  

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.
  


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