Invitation for Pre-Qualification of Consultants in the IT Industry, Abuja

Posted by Ijeoma on Mon 09th Dec, 2013 -

The Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission (MP invites consultants in the IT industry that have vendor licence or Certified or both with;

Invitation for Pre-Qualification of Consultants in the IT Industry

  • Microsoft
  • NEC
  • IBM
  • HP
  • And such similar Brands
To submit proposal and documentation based on the above listed qualification for prequalification to negotiate on behalf of the Nigerian investment Promotion commission acquisition of;

  • EDMS
  • HR Software
  • Financial/Accounting Software
  • Access Control
  • Intelligent OSIC Applications
  • Overhaul of NIPC website, etc
Closing date: 23rd December, 2013

Time: 12:00noon

Pre-Qualification Requirements
Interested Bidden are to submit the following documents. (Please. note that originals may be required for sighting on request by NIPC)

  • Certificate of Incorporation
  • Tax Clearance Certificate
  • VAT Registration certificate
  • Evidence of vendor licence or Certification with any of the listed Brands
  • Evidence of Execution of similar job/job completion certificate
  • Evidence of compliance with Pension Act 2004
  • Evidence of Compliance with ITF Act
  • Evidence of Compliance with NHIS Act
  • Evidence of Compliance with NSITF Act
  • Registration with NSE, COREN if Engineering or
  • Engineers will be involved

Submission of Pre-Qualification Documents
Pre-qualification documents shall be submitted in sealed envelopes in three (3) hard copies. The envelopes must be properly labeled
“Prequalification of Consultants in IT Industry”

The Executive Secretary
Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission (NIPC)
Plot 1181, Aguiyilronsi Street
Federal Capital Territory,

  • Submissions will be opened in the presence of Bidders or their accredited representatives on the same day at 12:00noon for the purpose of recording contents of each submission transparently in the Conference Room of the NIPC. Every prequalifying Company must be physically represented.