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Contract to provide Security Services

UNDP Malawi Office - MALAWI | Published August 14, 2017  -  Deadline September 4, 2017
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The United Nations Development Programme invites qualified and potentially Technical & Financial sound proposer having past experience in the field of Security services to submit the technical & Financial proposal in separate sealed envelope as per the requirement stipulated in the RFP.UNDP on behalf of UN system in Malawi is seeking provision of security services under Long Term Arrangement for a period of three (03) years. The service provider shall provide all supervisory, management and other personnel with requisite experience, education, trainings and ability and other resources to plan and provide security services to the UN System offices’ premises and International UN staff residences in Malawi.

Multiple framework contract for the procurement of supplies for EU Delegations in southern and eastern Africa.

Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Malawi | Published March 21, 2012  -  Deadline April 20, 2012
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' of the contract notice) must be included in the application. In particular, the sum regarding the average annual turnover is a minimum below which no application can be accepted. B. Second stage: Those natural persons and legal entities shortlisted at the end of the preselection period will be invited to submit a tender. The invitation to tender documents (including the letter of invitation to tender, the specifications and the model of the contract to be used) will be sent to them automatically, with no further publication in the 'Official Journal of the European Union'. 'Nota bene': For the first stage, interested parties are requested to submit their application before the date or the deadline given in point IV.3.4 (applications received after this date will be automatically rejected). Submitting applications or drawing up tenders does not give tenderers the right either to be awarded the contract or to receive any compensation for costs incurred. The contracting authority is under no obligation to award a contract subsequent to this notice. The application must: — be signed by the candidate or his duly authorised representative, — be perfectly legible to avoid the slightest doubt about terms and figures. Submission of applications must be delivered to the address stated in Section I.1 by 20.4.2012 (12:00) at the latest. Delivery of the request to participate will be confirmed in this case by a dated and stamped receipt signed by the duly authorised agent (from the Delegation). The applications shall comprise 1 original and 2 copies. Submissions must be made using a double envelope. Both envelopes are to be sealed. If self-seal envelopes are used, they must also be sealed with adhesive tape, with the sender's signature written across the tape. The outer envelope must bear both the name of the department which it is addressed to, as above, and the following: 'TENDER Nr. 2012-075-DELMWIL-SUP-FWC NOT TO BE OPENED'. The inner envelope must bear the following: 'TENDER Nr. 2012-075-DELMWIL-SUP-FWC NOT TO BE OPENED' and candidate's name. I

EDF — Supply contract under skills and technical education programme (STEP)

The Government of the Republic of Malawi, represented by the National Authorising Office (NAO), Ministry of Finance, Economic Planning and Development, NAO Support Unit | Published July 9, 2016
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EDF — Supply contract under skills and technical education programme (STEP)

Information Notice - Malawi - Consulting Services for Design Review, Pre-Contract Services and Supervision of the Rehabilitation of Liwonde - Mangochi Road – Contract Awards – 08 2015

 | Published August 28, 2015
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PUBLICATION OF AWARD OF CONTRACT INFORMATION NOTICE Publication Date: Wednesday, 26th August 2015 Country: Malawi Executing Agency: Malawi Roads Authority Name of Project/Study: Nacala Road Corridor Development Phase IV (Liwonde-Mangochi Road Rehabilitation Project) Loan/Gant Number: 2100150028743 Name of Request for Proposals (RFP): Consulting Services for Design Review, Pre-Contract Services and Supervision of the Rehabilitation of Liwonde - Mangochi Road Selection Method: Quality and Cost Based Selection (QCBS) Date of Publication of EOI: 19th February, 2014 Date of issuance of RFP: 2nd June, 2014 Technical Proposals Opening Date: 18th August, 2014 Financial Proposals Opening Date: 20th February, 2015 Date of approval by the Bank of the draft negotiated Contract: 15th July, 2015 Name of Selected Consultant: Group Consult Global (Botswana) in association with Pamodzi Consulting Engineers (Malawi) Nationality: Botswana/Malawi Address: GROUP Consult Global (Pty) Ltd. in association with Pamodzi Consulting Engineers, Suite 68, Barclays Plaza, Blue Jacket St, P. O. Box 141, Francistown, Botswana Contract Award Price: US$1,802,109.00 One Million, Eight Hundred and Two Thousand, One Hundred and Nine United States Dollars Contract Start Date: 29th July 2015 Contract Duration: 38 Months Summary of Scope of Contract Awarded: - Review of the existing designs and update the detailed engineering design of the road including production of bidding documents - Assist the Roads Authority during the pre-contract stage with issuing of tender documents, conducting the tenderers’ site inspection, providing clarifications during the tender period, evaluating tenders and assisting with contract award, and compiling copies of the works contract for signature. - Supervise and monitor the physical progress and financial status of the construction works on behalf of the Malawi Roads Authority (RA) by ensuring that the works are completed on time, within budget and meeting the acceptable engineering and safety quality. Total Number of proposals Received: Six Name: Group Consult Global in Association with Pamodzi Consulting Engineers Nationality: Botswana/Malawi Address: GROUP Consult Global (Pty) Ltd. In association with Pamodzi Consulting Engineers, Suite 68, Barclays Plaza, Blue Jacket St, P. O. Box 141, Francistown, Botswana Technical points: 86.48% Evaluated Price: US$1,802,109.00 Final Points: 89.18% Ranking: 1 Name: AECO-Abuljebain Engineering Consulting Office, P O Box 35188, Shaab 36052, State of Kuwait Nationality: Kuwait Address P. O. Box 35188, Shaab 36052, State of Kuwait Technical points: 78.23% Evaluated Price: N/A Final Points: N/A Ranking 5 Name: Studi Pianificazione in Association with umar Munshi Associates and in Subconsultancy with Romana Consulting Engineers Nationality: Italy Address: Studi e Pianificazione del Territorio (SPT), 00181 Roma Via Tusoolana 3336, Italy Technical points: 68.57% Evaluated Price: N/A Final Points: N/A Ranking 6 Name: David Consulting Engineers (Malawi) in association with Civil Planning Group (Mozambique) Nationality: Malawi/Mozambique Address: P. O. Box 1055, Lilongwe, Malawi Technical points: 86.78% Evaluated Price: US$2,435,000.00 Final Points: 84.23% Ranking: 3 Name: Intercontinental Consultant and Technocrats (India) in association with RD Consulting Engineers (Malawi) Nationality: India/Malawi Address: A-8 Green Park, New Delhi-110016, India Technical points: 85.26% Evaluated Price: US$1,494,300.00/MWK231,830,280.00 Final Points: 85.72% Ranking: 2 Name: Aurecon Amei in association with Infracon (Romana Consulting Engineers) Nationality: Mauritius/Malawi Address: Ebene House, 3rd Floor 33 Cyber City, Ebene, Mauritius Technical points: 80.19% Evaluated Price: US$2,020,000.00/MWK25,500,000.00 Final Points: 81.46% Ranking: 4 N.B.: Any consultant who wishes to ascertain the grounds on which its proposal was not selected, should request an explanation from the Malawi Roads Authority. In any event, the Bank reserves the right to review any complaint of a bidder at any time following the award.

Multiple framework contract for the procurement of supplies for EU Delegations in southern and eastern Africa.

Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Malawi | Published March 21, 2012  -  Deadline April 20, 2012
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Tiles, sanitaryware, electrical cabling, paint, windows, doors, etc.

Information Notice – Malawi - Supply and Delivery of Water Connection Materials - LOT 3: PVC Pipes and Fittings – Contract Awards

 | Published August 19, 2016
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Information Notice – Malawi - Supply and Delivery of Water Connection Materials - LOT 2: GI Pipes and Fittings – Contract Awards

 | Published August 19, 2016
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Information Notice – Malawi - Design review and construction supervision for upgrading and extension of mzimba water supply system – Contract Awards

 | Published August 19, 2016
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Goals (MDGs) Multi-Donor Governance Trust Fund Multidonor Water Partnership Program NEPAD NEPAD Infrastructure Project Preparation Facility (NEPAD-IPFF) Partnerships Poverty Reduction Private Sector Development Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA) Quality Assurance & Results Regional Integration Rural Water Supply & Sanitation Initiative Seed Capital Assistance Facility (SCAF) South-South Cooperation Trust Fund Strategic Partnership with Africa Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa Trade Finance Initiative Transport Water Supply & Sanitation Youth Zimbabwe Multi-Donor Trust Fund Enquiry details Quote "The policy is a reaffirmation of the Bank Group’s commitment, to carry out its development activities in an open and transparent manner..." AfDB's VP SG Simultaneous disclosure Declassified Key documents Board Documents Policy Documents Strategy Documents Project & Operations Project-related Procurement Publications Environmental & Social Assessments Financial Information Legal Documents All Documents Useful Links Integrity and Anti-Corruption AfDB Group's Long Term Strategy Countries Field Office Contacts AfDB and IATI MapAfrica Civil Society Initiatives & Partnerships Terms & Conditions Disclosure and Access to Information Sitemap Search Glossary RSS Feeds Facebook Twitter Instagram Photos Flickr Photos Youtube Videos RSS Email © 2016 African Development Bank Group Web design agency - Liquid Light A Algeria Angola B Benin Botswana Burkina Faso Burundi C Cameroon Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Comoros Congo Democratic Republic of Congo Côte d’Ivoire D Djibouti E Egypt Eritrea Equatorial Guinea Ethiopia G Gabon Gambia Ghana Guinea Guinea-Bissau K Kenya L Lesotho Liberia Libya M Madagascar Malawi Mali Mauritania Mauritius Morocco Mozambique N Namibia Niger Nigeria R Rwanda S São Tomé & Príncipe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa South Sudan Sudan Swaziland T Tanzania Togo Tunisia U Uganda Z Zambia Zimbabwe

Information Notice - Malawi - Nacala Road Corridor Development Phase IV - Liwonde-Mangochi Road Rehabilitation Project – Contract Awards – 08 2015

 | Published August 28, 2015
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PUBLICATION OF AWARD OF CONTRACT INFORMATION NOTICE Publication Date: Wednesday, 26th August 2015 Country: Malawi Executing Agency: Malawi Roads Authority Name of Project/Study: Nacala Road Corridor Development Phase IV (Liwonde-Mangochi Road Rehabilitation Project) Loan/Gant Number: 2100150028743 Name of Request for Proposals (RFP): Consulting Services for Design Review, Pre-Contract Services and Supervision of the Rehabilitation of Liwonde - Mangochi Road Selection Method: Quality and Cost Based Selection (QCBS) Date of Publication of EOI: 19th February, 2014 Date of issuance of RFP: 2nd June, 2014 Technical Proposals Opening Date: 18th August, 2014 Financial Proposals Opening Date: 20th February, 2015 Date of approval by the Bank of the draft negotiated Contract: 15th July, 2015 Name of Selected Consultant: Group Consult Global (Botswana) in association with Pamodzi Consulting Engineers (Malawi) Nationality: Botswana/Malawi Address: GROUP Consult Global (Pty) Ltd. in association with Pamodzi Consulting Engineers, Suite 68, Barclays Plaza, Blue Jacket St, P. O. Box 141, Francistown, Botswana Contract Award Price: US$1,802,109.00 One Million, Eight Hundred and Two Thousand, One Hundred and Nine United States Dollars Contract Start Date: 29th July 2015 Contract Duration: 38 Months Summary of Scope of Contract Awarded: - Review of the existing designs and update the detailed engineering design of the road including production of bidding documents - Assist the Roads Authority during the pre-contract stage with issuing of tender documents, conducting the tenderers’ site inspection, providing clarifications during the tender period, evaluating tenders and assisting with contract award, and compiling copies of the works contract for signature. - Supervise and monitor the physical progress and financial status of the construction works on behalf of the Malawi Roads Authority (RA) by ensuring that the works are completed on time, within budget and meeting the acceptable engineering and safety quality. Total Number of proposals Received: Six Name: Group Consult Global in Association with Pamodzi Consulting Engineers Nationality: Botswana/Malawi Address: GROUP Consult Global (Pty) Ltd. In association with Pamodzi Consulting Engineers, Suite 68, Barclays Plaza, Blue Jacket St, P. O. Box 141, Francistown, Botswana Technical points: 86.48% Evaluated Price: US$1,802,109.00 Final Points: 89.18% Ranking: 1 Name: AECO-Abuljebain Engineering Consulting Office, P O Box 35188, Shaab 36052, State of Kuwait Nationality: Kuwait Address P. O. Box 35188, Shaab 36052, State of Kuwait Technical points: 78.23% Evaluated Price: N/A Final Points: N/A Ranking 5 Name: Studi Pianificazione in Association with umar Munshi Associates and in Subconsultancy with Romana Consulting Engineers Nationality: Italy Address: Studi e Pianificazione del Territorio (SPT), 00181 Roma Via Tusoolana 3336, Italy Technical points: 68.57% Evaluated Price: N/A Final Points: N/A Ranking 6 Name: David Consulting Engineers (Malawi) in association with Civil Planning Group (Mozambique) Nationality: Malawi/Mozambique Address: P. O. Box 1055, Lilongwe, Malawi Technical points: 86.78% Evaluated Price: US$2,435,000.00 Final Points: 84.23% Ranking: 3 Name: Intercontinental Consultant and Technocrats (India) in association with RD Consulting Engineers (Malawi) Nationality: India/Malawi Address: A-8 Green Park, New Delhi-110016, India Technical points: 85.26% Evaluated Price: US$1,494,300.00/MWK231,830,280.00 Final Points: 85.72% Ranking: 2 Name: Aurecon Amei in association with Infracon (Romana Consulting Engineers) Nationality: Mauritius/Malawi Address: Ebene House, 3rd Floor 33 Cyber City, Ebene, Mauritius Technical points: 80.19% Evaluated Price: US$2,020,000.00/MWK25,500,000.00 Final Points: 81.46% Ranking: 4 N.B.: Any consultant who wishes to ascertain the grounds on which its proposal was not selected, should request an explanation from the Malawi Roads Authority. In any event, the Bank reserves the right to review any complaint of a bidder at any time following the award.

Individual Consultant - Software Quality Assurance Expert

Malawi Country Office - MALAWI | Published May 25, 2017  -  Deadline June 5, 2017
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The National Registration Bureau (NRB) of Malawi is legally mandated to implement and maintain a National Registration and Identification System (NRIS) to register and issue identity cards to all citizens 16 years of age and older. UNDP has provided preparatory technical assistance to the NRB in the elaboration of a NRIS Concept of Operations, the design and development of critical software and operational procedures, and support to a successful Proof of Concept exercise conducted in early August, 2016. A Project for NRIS has been designed and negotiated with Government and Development Partners around the Concept of Operations. The Concept of Operations foresees UNDP directly implementing the registration and issuing of a biometrically-secure identity smart card to approximately 9 million citizens in 2017, and the establishment of a national registry to process and store individuals’ records in a central database. Thereafter, the system is to transition to a continuous registration system that will be progressively transferred to NRB in the course of 2018 to annually register an expected half-a-million new registrants as well as updating existing registrants’ information. It is expected that with institutional and capacity development as an integral component of the Project, NRB will be positioned to independently administer, manage and operate the NRIS from 2019 onward.The NRIS Project is expected to deliver potentially transformative benefits for governance in Malawi, redressing fundamental obstacles in satisfying the right to identity and to progress the ambition of Sustainable Development Goal 16.9, to ensure legal identity for all. A whole of government approach towards the adoption of use of the system is pivotal to both maximize the benefits of the system and to achieve these goals, as well as a return on investment. The NRIS Project is designed around two principal phases: direct implementation of the mass registration exercise in 2017 with preparatory institutional and capacity development; and, a transitional process to fully capacitate and transfer the management and administration of a continuous registration process to the NRB in the course of 2018. Integral to delivering on these operational goals will be a close partnership with NRB, engagement with a broad spectrum of Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) on the adoption of the technology and modelling of their business processes, engagement with civil society and other stakeholders, the UN Country Team, and a close partnership with donors engaged in the Project and contributing to the Basket Fund.The introduction of a National Registration and Identification System (NRIS) will introduce a range of new Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) systems into the operation of the Government’s NRB. As the principal implementer for the mass registration of 9 million Malawians during 2017, UNDP is directly involved in both the development and contracting of software systems to be implemented. These systems will have a long-term impact on the stability, performance and sustainability of the national identification system and should therefore be viewed as a risk source, which are subject to quality assurance (QA) review protocols.The introduction of new technologies is a recurrent challenge across development initiatives that raise due diligence concerns over the maintenance, performance, and interoperability of ICT systems. The complexity of ICT systems, integrating hardware and custom software solutions, is a perpetual challenge that extends beyond the initial design, installation, and operation of systems. To be sustainable these systems need to be responsive over an extended period where initial assumptions and conditions may change, including a broad range of issues such as, legislative, and regulatory requirements, institutional capacities, upgrades to underlying third party software and hardware, as well as the life cycle of equipment.While not every event or modification may be anticipated, a foundational step in the development of ICT systems is to ensure that the initial design, installation, and performance of systems are “fit for purpose” against the initial requirements. Further, that these software systems and their integrated hardware are well and extensively documented to facilitate subsequent efforts to adapt systems when required. These circumstances must assume that the original designers, software engineers, and contractors are no longer available to provide assistance and should enable a suitably qualified third party to be able to maintain, modify and adapt the system as required.Mindful of these concerns the UNDP NRIS Project will employ a software QA review process to ensure that the software systems implemented are subject to an appropriate QA review process.In this context, UNDP NRIS Project seeks to hire a Software QA Expert as Individual Consultant (IC) to assist UNDP with technical support and expertise, contributing with technical assessment on Software in relation to the mentioned NRIS Project.

Fin Reporting and Oversight Improvement - P130878

Ministry of Finance | Published June 4, 2015  -  Deadline July 31, 2015
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Supply, Installation, Configuration, Integration, Testing, Deployment (including Training And Establishment Of Thesupport Structure), Commissioning And Support Of A Desktop Client And Web-based Ifmis And Associated Hardware And Support Services TheRepublic of Malawi MINISTRY OFFINANCE, ECONOMIC PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT Integrated Financial Management Information System (IFMIS) Invitation for Bids(IFB) The Supply, installation,configuration, integration, testing, deployment (including training and establishment of the support structure), commissioning andsupport of a desktop client and web-based IFMIS and associated hardware and support services IFB Number: MoF/PFEMG08 INTERNATIONALCOMPETITIVE BIDDING 1.               Governmentof Malawi wishesto engage a supplier to provide a New IFMIS Application as stated in this IFB number MoF/PFEMG08 2.               The Ministry ofFinance of Malawi serves as the implementing agency and now invites sealed bids from eligible Bidders forthe supply, installation, configuration,integration, testing, deployment (including training and establishment of the support structure), commissioning and support of aweb-basedIFMIS and associated hardware, networking and support services. 3.               Bidding will be conducted using the InternationalCompetitive Bidding (ICB)procedures specified in the World Bank's Guidelines: Procurement under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits, edition of  January 2011 revised July 2014 and is open to Bidderseligibleas defined in these Guidelines. 4.               Invited bidders must have the financial, technical, and production capability(either independently or in a joint venture and/or sub-contracting arrangement, within which the invited bidderwill be theprincipal bidder and contractor), necessary to perform the Contract to supply, install, configure, integrate, test, deploy (including training and establishment of the support structure), commissionandsupport a web-based Integrated Financial Management Information Software (IFMIS) and associated hardware support services which includes allofthefollowing components whose specifications are provided in the Technical Requirements: a)               Multi-currency, Web-based IFMIS Application Softwarecomprising the following modules: (i)             Budget and Fund Management (ii)            Bank and Cash Management (iii)          Commitment Control (iv)          Procurement, Inventory and Contract Management (v)            Payment Management (vi)          Revenue Management (vii)        GeneralLedger (viii)      Project Management (ix)         AssetManagement (x)            Electronic Document Management (xi)          Help Desk Management (xii)        FinancialReporting Tool (xiii)       HRMIS (Payroll and Pensions) b)              Interfaces with the following systems (i)             Debt and Aid Management System (ii)           ReserveBankofMalawi (RBM). (iii)         MalawiRevenue Authority (iv)         LocalGovernmentIFMIS (v)           ODPP Procurement System (vi)          Road Traffic Revenue Collection System (vii)        Public Sector InvestmentProgramme (PSIP) . c)               Implementation services and support, including training in the application softwareand relational database software, business process design and systems integration services. Training to also include training ofSuper Users as future trainers. d)              Design of online customized forms andreports. e)               Two months onsite post implementation support after'go-live' and on-going maintenance support for a period of at least 5 years. The five year support period covers 3 year warrantperiod and 2 years after the expiry of the warrant. 5.       Bidders must meet thefollowing minimum qualification criteria: a)               Either be the prime manufacturer of the proposed IFMIS application software, or be formally approved and authorized by themanufacturer to supply, implement and support the software being tendered.  Bidders will be required to provide evidence of their accreditation from theprime manufacturers with their bids. b)              Be able toprovide in-country support for the software and equipment being tendered.  The bidder must provide documentary evidence to indicate capabilities in terms ofmanagement and human resource capabilities to provide aftersales local technical support. c)               Have been in the business of supplying and supporting the proposed software for not less than 3 years and should have anannual turnover in excess of US$ 7 million (or the currency equivalent. d)              Have undertaken at least two (2) successful (i.e. signed off and acceptedby the purchaser as a fully operational system)implementations of the proposed IFMIS software within the public sector during the last 10 years, which is similarinnature and complexity to theproposed contract. This implementation must haveinvolved the supply, installation and technical support of the proposed integrated IFMIS software at multiple sites.  Bidders will be required to provide evidence of pastinstallations/ implementations. e)               Have proven accounting, financial and internal control knowledge and experience, to support the required business processdesign and system integration services. f)               Must have successfully provided training and supportservices for the software being tendered. Also software turnover to the nationals must have been successfully implemented in theagreed project timeline. g)              For the purposes of establishing a Bidder'squalifications,the experience and / or resources of any Joint Venture or sub-contract partner will contribute to the Bidder'squalifications. Technical qualifications of subcontractors will be taken into account in assessingthe bidders' overallqualifications. h)              Be able to demonstrate financial capacity with at leastthree (3) years audited financial statements (2010 ? 2013) 6.               Test scripts will be used as part of post-qualification  evaluation process to confirm the compliance of the proposed solutionsagainst key functional and operational requirements. Representatives who will implement the projectfrom the lowest evaluated bidder will be invited to visit Malawi todemonstrate their software against the test scripts at a date that willbe communicated later. 7.               A complete set of bidding document in English may be collected by interestedbidders  upon payment of a non-refundable fee ofUSD200.00 or equivalent. The method of payment will be cash or bank certified cheque. The document will be sent by Courier at the expense of thebidder to those bidders who will not be able to collect. A pre-bidmeeting which potential bidders may attend will be held on Tuesday 30thJune 2015 from 10:00 am local time. Thereafter, the client will invite bidders who may wish to undertake site visits at Lilongwe,Blantyre, Zomba and Mzuzu offices. 8.               Bids must be delivered tothe address below on or before Friday31st July,2015at 3:00 pmlocal time.All bids need to be secured by a bankguarantee. The amount of a Bid security required is One Hundred and Sixty Thousand US Dollars (US$160,000).Late bids will be rejected. The address referred toabove for bid enquiries and submission purposes is: The Chairperson, InternalProcurement Committee Ministry ofFinance Capital Hill P.O. Box30049 Lilongwe,Malawi Email address:pfemprocurement@finance.gov.mw Telephone:     +265-1 789355 Fax:               +265-1 789 173 9.                Bidswill be opened in the presence of the Bidders' representatives who choose to attend at the address below at 3:00 pm local timeon Friday 31st July 2015. Conference Room, SecondFloor Ministry ofFinance CapitalHill 2ndFloor Lilongwe,Malawi 10.             The attention of prospective Biddersis drawn to (i) the fact that they will be required to certify in their bids that all software is either covered by a valid licenseor was produced by the Bidder and (ii) that violations are considered fraud, which can result in ineligibility to be awarded WorldBank-financed contracts.

GPN - Malawi - Integrated Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Project for Mzimba Town – 08 2015

 | Published August 21, 2015
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GENERAL PROCUREMENT NOTICE THE REPUBLIC OF MALAWI NORTHERN REGION WATER BOARD INTEGRATED URBAN WATER SUPPLY AND SANITATION PROJECT FOR MZIMBA TOWN 1. The Government of Malawi has applied for loans from the African Development Fund (ADF) and OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID) to finance Integrated Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Project for Mzimba Town. 2. The principal objective of the project is to contribute to socio-economic growth in Malawi by improving the health and livelihood of the people at Mzimba Town through provision of sustainable clean water supply and improved sanitation. The project includes the following procurement components: (i) Design review and supervision of works for water infrastructure, sanitation, road works and conducting baseline survey; (ii) Promotion of sanitation and hygiene; (iii) Preparation of strategic sanitation plan; (iv) Construction of water infrastructure, sanitation facilities and access road; (v) Supply and delivery of various items including vehicles, construction materials, water connection materials, and office equipment, among others. 3. Procurement of works, goods and acquisition of consultancy services financed by the African Development Fund and OFID will be undertaken in accordance with the African Development Bank’s Rules and Procedures for Procurement of Goods and Works, May 2008 Edition, (as revised in July 2012) or the Rules and Procedures for the Use of Consultants, May 2008 Edition, (as revised in July 2012), using relevant Bank Standard Bidding Documents except for those under NCB method which will be procured using National Procurement Procedures. The procurements under NCB will be governed by the Public Procurement Act (No. 8 of 2003). 4. Procurement of contracts for goods equal to and more than UA 0.2 million per contract will be carried out under ICB procedures and NCB for lesser amounts. Modes of procurement for consulting services valued at less than UA 100,000 for firms and UA 20,000 for individuals will be by short lists based on national or regional advertisements. However, any eligible consultant, regional or not, who wishes to provide the requested services, could express his desire to be short-listed. For consulting services valued at more than UA 100,000 for firms, Quality and Cost Based Selection (QCBS) will be used and advertised in the UNDB. 5. The call for consultants, contractors and suppliers to provide the above services, works and goods respectively will be by specific procurement notices that will be advertised. The first call is expected to be issued around 21st August 2015. 6. Interested bidders may obtain further information, and should confirm their interest, by contacting: The IPC Chairman Northern Region Water Board Bloemwater Street Kawiluwilu House Private Bag 94 Mzuzu MALAWI Attention : Mr T.C. Mtegha (IPC Chairman) Telephone: (265) 888 823 140 Facsimile: (265) 1 310 489 E-mail: tmtegha@yahoo.com & tmtegha@nrwb.org.mw
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