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SUPPLY and INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING OF FM RADIO STUDIOS, ELECTRICAL, SATELLITE AND TRANSMISSION EQUIPMENT

UNDP Uganda- UGANDA - UGANDA | Published August 28, 2017  -  Deadline September 20, 2017
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Deadline has been extended to 20/9/2017Overview :Introduction: The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) supports the implementation of the Government’s Second National Development Plan (NDP II) and contributes to the delivery of the United Nations Development Assistance Framework 2016-2020 outcomes, while targeting its assistance in areas where UNDP has a comparative advantage. Anchoring on these frameworks, the UNDP Country Programme 2016-2020 is being delivered through two main portfolios: i) Inclusive and Effective Governance; and ii) Sustainable Inclusive Economic Development. The Rule of Law and Constitutional Democracy (RLCD) programme is one of UNDP’s flagship programmes under the Inclusive and Effective Governance portfolio. The programme aims at further consolidating rule of law and constitutional democracy in Uganda. One of the focus areas of the programme is to enhance capacity and nurture the independence of the institutions of democracy such as Electoral Commission, Judiciary and Parliament among others. In this regard, through the programme establishment of a Parliament Radio FM station is being supported. Parliament of Uganda, through its five-year strategic investment plan, defined strategies for strengthening the role of Parliament in delivering on its mandate. Strategy 3.4.2 focuses on increasing public involvement and participation in Parliamentary business – legislation and executive oversight. This is envisaged to be achieved through: i) Developing citizens’ capacity to play informed roles and expand their political engagement ii) Strengthening public information service iii) Institutionalizing Parliamentary Outreach programmes; iv) Supporting committee-based site visits and public hearings; iv) Developing feedback mechanisms between Parliament and the public. In order for the Parliament to interface actively with the public, it was considered necessary to establish a modern communications platform. Parliament FM Radio was identified as a possible tool that could contribute to: i) Bringing Parliament closer to the people; ii) Transparency and accountability for decisions made on behalf of the Ugandan citizens; iii) Better representation – as citizens would be able to judge the quality of debates/submissions etc.In addition, the Inter-parliamentary Union (IPU) recommended that Member countries, Uganda inclusive, should establish TV and Radio broadcasting services to encourage Parliament-Public contact. Following from this lead, Uganda is progressing in the footsteps of countries in Africa and beyond that have established either TV, FM radio or both broadcasting services. These countries include: Zambia, Rwanda, Benin, Gambia, Scotland, Canada, United Kingdom etc.In the period 2014-2015, Parliament undertook feasibility studies (i.e. socio-political and technical) to inform the process of setting up the broadcasting services. These studies appraised the proposed FM radio station recommending that Parliament establish the services as intended.In June 2017, Parliament further engaged a team of broadcast consultants to support its technical team with frequency applications, develop studio architectural designs and systems integration layout, provide radio equipment specifications and supervise implementation of sound treatment.It is against the above background, that Parliament of Uganda, through funding from United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), is seeking to identify a firm to SUPPLY, INSTALL AND COMMISSION FM RADIO STUDIOS, ELECTRICAL, SATELLITE AND TRANSMISSION EQUIPMENT

SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF SOUND TREATMENT, ACOUSTICS MATERIALS AND STUDIO ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS

UNDP Uganda- UGANDA - UGANDA | Published August 28, 2017  -  Deadline September 20, 2017
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Introduction: The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) supports the implementation of the Government’s Second National Development Plan (NDP II) and contributes to the delivery of the United Nations Development Assistance Framework 2016-2020 outcomes, while targeting its assistance in areas where UNDP has a comparative advantage. Anchoring on these frameworks, the UNDP Country Programme 2016-2020 is being delivered through two main portfolios: i) Inclusive and Effective Governance; and ii) Sustainable Inclusive Economic Development. The Rule of Law and Constitutional Democracy (RLCD) programme is one of UNDP’s flagship programmes under the Inclusive and Effective Governance portfolio. The programme aims at further consolidating rule of law and constitutional democracy in Uganda. One of the focus areas of the programme is to enhance capacity and nurture the independence of the institutions of democracy such as Electoral Commission, Judiciary and Parliament among others. In this regard, through the programme establishment of a Parliament Radio FM station is being supported. Parliament of Uganda, through its five-year strategic investment plan, defined strategies for strengthening the role of Parliament in delivering on its mandate. Strategy 3.4.2 focuses on increasing public involvement and participation in Parliamentary business – legislation and executive oversight. This is envisaged to be achieved through: i) Developing citizens’ capacity to play informed roles and expand their political engagement ii) Strengthening public information service iii) Institutionalizing Parliamentary Outreach programmes; iv) Supporting committee-based site visits and public hearings; iv) Developing feedback mechanisms between Parliament and the public. In order for the Parliament to interface actively with the public, it was considered necessary to establish a modern communications platform. Parliament FM Radio was identified as a possible tool that could contribute to: i) Bringing Parliament closer to the people; ii) Transparency and accountability for decisions made on behalf of the Ugandan citizens; iii) Better representation – as citizens would be able to judge the quality of debates/submissions etc.In addition, the Inter-parliamentary Union (IPU) recommended that Member countries, Uganda inclusive, should establish TV and Radio broadcasting services to encourage Parliament-Public contact. Following from this lead, Uganda is progressing in the footsteps of countries in Africa and beyond that have established either TV, FM radio or both broadcasting services. These countries include: Zambia, Rwanda, Benin, Gambia, Scotland, Canada, United Kingdom etc.In the period 2014-2015, Parliament undertook feasibility studies (i.e. socio-political and technical) to inform the process of setting up the broadcasting services. These studies appraised the proposed FM radio station recommending that Parliament establish the services as intended.In June 2017, Parliament further engaged a team of broadcast consultants to support its technical team with frequency applications, develop studio architectural designs and systems integration layout, provide radio equipment specifications and supervise implementation of sound treatment.It is against the above background, that Parliament of Uganda, through funding from United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), is seeking to identify a firm to carry out SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF SOUND TREATMENT, ACOUSTICS MATERIALS AND STUDIO ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS

RE-ADVERTISEMENT: SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF SOUND TREATMENT, ACOUSTICS MATERIALS AND STUDIO ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS

UNDP Uganda- UGANDA - UGANDA - UGANDA | Published September 29, 2017  -  Deadline December 18, 2017
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATIONThis is a re-advertisement. 1. Ugandan based vendors must be compliant with VAT submissions with Uganda Revenue Authority.2. Site visit will take place on 11th December 2017 at 11am Parliament buildings plot 16-18 Parliament avenue KampalaOverview :Introduction:The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) supports the implementation of the Government’s Second National Development Plan (NDP II) and contributes to the delivery of the United Nations Development Assistance Framework 2016-2020 outcomes, while targeting its assistance in areas where UNDP has a comparative advantage. Anchoring on these frameworks, the UNDP Country Programme 2016-2020 is being delivered through two main portfolios: i) Inclusive and Effective Governance; and ii) Sustainable Inclusive Economic Development. The Rule of Law and Constitutional Democracy (RLCD) programme is one of UNDP’s flagship programmes under the Inclusive and Effective Governance portfolio. The programme aims at further consolidating rule of law and constitutional democracy in Uganda. One of the focus areas of the programme is to enhance capacity and nurture the independence of the institutions of democracy such as Electoral Commission, Judiciary and Parliament among others. In this regard, through the programme establishment of a Parliament Radio FM station is being supported. Parliament of Uganda, through its five-year strategic investment plan, defined strategies for strengthening the role of Parliament in delivering on its mandate. Strategy 3.4.2 focuses on increasing public involvement and participation in Parliamentary business – legislation and executive oversight. This is envisaged to be achieved through: i) Developing citizens’ capacity to play informed roles and expand their political engagement ii) Strengthening public information service iii) Institutionalizing Parliamentary Outreach programmes; iv) Supporting committee-based site visits and public hearings; iv) Developing feedback mechanisms between Parliament and the public. In order for the Parliament to interface actively with the public, it was considered necessary to establish a modern communications platform. Parliament FM Radio was identified as a possible tool that could contribute to: i) Bringing Parliament closer to the people; ii) Transparency and accountability for decisions made on behalf of the Ugandan citizens; iii) Better representation – as citizens would be able to judge the quality of debates/submissions etc.In addition, the Inter-parliamentary Union (IPU) recommended that Member countries, Uganda inclusive, should establish TV and Radio broadcasting services to encourage Parliament-Public contact. Following from this lead, Uganda is progressing in the footsteps of countries in Africa and beyond that have established either TV, FM radio or both broadcasting services. These countries include: Zambia, Rwanda, Benin, Gambia, Scotland, Canada, United Kingdom etc.In the period 2014-2015, Parliament undertook feasibility studies (i.e. socio-political and technical) to inform the process of setting up the broadcasting services. These studies appraised the proposed FM radio station recommending that Parliament establish the services as intended.In June 2017, Parliament further engaged a team of broadcast consultants to support its technical team with frequency applications, develop studio architectural designs and systems integration layout, provide radio equipment specifications and supervise implementation of sound treatment.It is against the above background, that Parliament of Uganda, through funding from United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), is seeking to identify a firm to carry out SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF SOUND TREATMENT, ACOUSTICS MATERIALS AND STUDIO ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS

UG-Electricity Sector Development Proj - P119737

Uganda Electricity Transmission Company Limited | Published July 10, 2015  -  Deadline August 12, 2015
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Design Review, Update Of Tender Documents, Project Management And Supervision Of Construction Of The Proposed Hoima-kinyara 220 Kv Transmission Line And Upgrade Of Nkenda 132/22kv Substation ELECTRICITY SECTOR DEVELOPMENT PROJECT Project ID No. P119737 CONSULTANCY SERVICES DESIGN REVIEW, UPDATE OF TENDER DOCUMENTS,PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND SUPERVISION OF CONSTRUCTION OF THE PROPOSED HOIMA-KINYARA 220 KV TRANSMISSION LINE AND UPGRADE OF NKENDA132/22KV SUBSTATION IFB:UETCL/CONS/2015/00006 REQUESTFOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST The Government of Uganda hasreceived financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Electricity Sector Development Project, and intends to apply part ofthe proceeds for consultant services. The services include designreview, update oftender documents, project management and supervision of construction of the proposed Hoima- Kinyara 220 kVtransmission line and related substations project including the proposed new Nkenda 132/33kV substation. The duration of theassignment is 28 months and will be conducted in 2 phases with Phase I (10 months) being the design review and procurement supportand Phase II (18 months) construction supervision. The Uganda ElectricityTransmission Company Limited (UETCL) now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providingthe Services. Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications andrelevant experience to perform the Services. The shortlisting criteria are: 1.            At least 10 years' experience in the design and construction supervision of high voltage transmission lines and substations 2.          Specific experience of at least five (5) projects relevant to the above mentioned assignment (highvoltage transmission line and related substations project at 132 kV and above) in the last 10 years. 3.          Presence of skills in the areas of (i) Electrical engineering, (ii) Transmission line design andconstruction supervision, (iii) High voltage Substation design and construction supervision (iii) Environmental management , (iv) Project management 4.          Experience in at least one (1) developing country with conditions similar toUganda The attention of interestedConsultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection andEmployment of Consultants under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers dated May 2006 revised October2006 and May 2010 ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. Consultants may associatewith other firms inthe form of a joint venture or a sub consultancy to enhance their qualifications. The Expression of interestshall specify the nature of association i.e. whether Joint Venture or Sub-consultancy and shall indicate the leadfirm. A Consultant will be selectedin accordance with the Quality and Cost based selection method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Interested consultants mayobtain further information at the address below during office hours (0900hours to 1700hours East African Time(EAT)). Expressions of interest mustbe delivered to the address below by 11:30am on 12th August, 2015. Attn: Principal Procurement Officer Plot 12 Hannington Road, Kampala, Uganda Tel: +256 414 233 433/4 Fax: +256 414 341789 E-mail:procurement@uetcl.com Web site: www.uetcl.com Planned Procurement Scheduleis as follows: Publish Invitation for EOI 6th, 7th and 9th July2015 EOI Closing Date 12th August 2015 Short listing and internal approvals 17th to 28th August 2015 Submission for No Objection 3rd  September, 2015 Funding Agency No Objection 7th September, 2015 Invitation for submission of Proposals 14th September, 2015

Provision of Third-Party Logistics Services to EAC Project

United Nations Secretariat | Published August 22, 2016
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1. The East Africa Corridor (EAC) Project Management Team of Regional Service Centre Entebbe (RSCE) is planning to provide delivery of six different commodities (Air-conditioners, Household linen and Beddings, Cement, Electrical Cables, Furniture and Printing & Writing Paper) from various points of origin to the UN Missions within the region. 2. In this regard, Regional Procurement Office is seeking potential vendors to express their interest to participate in the solicitation exercise for the provision of Third-Party Logistics (3PL) services to include Freight Forwarding, Customs Clearance, Transportation and Related Services. 3. The requirements consist of the following: 3.1 An integrated multi-modal transportation service which encompasses all aspects of the door-to-door movement of the above six commodities and additional cargo that may be required during the entire life time of the contract. 3.2 Points of Origin: USA, Western Europe, UAE, Far East (China, India, etc) 3.3 Ports of Discharge: Douala (Cameroon), Port Sudan (Sudan), Mombasa (Kenya), Dar-es-Salaam (Tanzania), Mogadishu Seaport (Somalia), Matadi (DRC). 3.4 Transit Inland Container Depots (ICDS): Embakasi - Nairobi, Malaba - Kenya/ Uganda, Isaka - Tanzania, Mukono - Uganda. 3.5 Final Destinations: Bangui (CAR), Juba (South Sudan), Mogadishu (Somalia), Entebbe (Uganda), Goma (DRC), El-Fasher (Sudan), Abeyi (Sudan), Nyala (Sudan), Khartoum (Sudan). 3.6 All consignments to DAT ICDS in either Kenya, Tanzania or Uganda should be made on Through Bills of Lading (TBL) and costs should include transit customs clearance from Port of Embarkation. 3.7 The Services may include packaging, shipment labelling, freight tracking, customs clearing, local warehousing, storage facilities and cold management services. 3.8 The cargo will include but will not be limited to Air-conditioners, Cement, Household Linen and Beddings, Electrical Cables, Furniture and Printing and Writing paper. 3.9 Annual projected quantities through: Mombasa = 5000 Twenty- Foot Equivalent Units (TEU) Port Sudan = 2500 TEU, and Douala = 2000 TEU. It should be noted that all cargo may not be containerized as it is possible to have break bulk cargo as well.

UG-Electricity Sector Development Proj - P119737

Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development | Published August 16, 2016  -  Deadline September 28, 2016
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Supply And Installation Of Software And Hardware System For Power Sector Information Centre The Republicof Uganda INVITATION FORBIDS (IFB) SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE SYSTEM FOR POWER SECTOR INFORMATIONCENTRE PROCUREMENT REF NO: MEMD/SPLS /16-17/00007/ESDP The Government of Uganda represented by the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development has received a loan from theInternational Development Association toward the cost of  Electricity Sector Development Project(ESDP) and it intends to apply part ofthe proceeds of this loan to payments under the contract for Supply and installation of Soft and hardware system for Power sectorinformation Centre 2.      TheGovernment of Uganda represented by the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development nowinvites sealed bids from eligible bidders for  Supply and installation of  soft and hardware system for Power sector information Centre. Qualificationrequirements (i)     Audited balance/Financial Statements sheets for the last 3 years todemonstrate the current soundness of the bidder's financial position and its prospective long termprofitability. (ii)   Minimum average annual turnover calculated as total certified paymentsreceived for contracts in progress or completed, within the last three (3) years of at least US$ 0.3million. (iii)  Evidence in form of completion certificates of at leastthree similar Contracts executed to completionwith an average value equivalent to the 60% of the bid price. 3.      Bidding will be conducted through the International Competitive Biddingprocedures as specified in the World Bank's Guidelines: Procurement of Goods, Works and Non-Consulting Services under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits &Grants by World Bank Borrowers dated January 2011,revised July 2014 ("Procurement Guidelines"), and is open to all eligible bidders as defined in the Procurement Guidelines. Inaddition, please refer to paragraphs 1.6 and 1.7 setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. 4.      Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from the office of the ProcurementSpecialist ESDP & ERT III,Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development on s.mukazi@energy.go.ug and inspect the bidding documents at theaddress given below at8 (a) from 8:00AM to 5:00PM (Local Time). 5.      A complete set of bidding documents in English may be purchased byinterested bidders on the submission of a written application to the address below at 8 (b) and upon payment of a nonrefundable feeof Uganda Shillings Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Only (UGX 250,000). The method of payment will be by Bank Payment Advise Formobtained from Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development ESDP Accounts Office, Second Floor, Room E203. 6.      Bids must be delivered to the address below on or before 10:00A.M. Electronic bidding will not be permitted. Latebids will be rejected. Bids will be publicly opened in the presence of thebidders' designated representatives and anyone who choose to attend at the address below on September28,2016 7.      All bids must be accompanied by a Bid Security. The amount andcurrency of the bid security shall be: (a)    Lot 1: Application and Database servers and associated softwareplus backup equipment :USD 3,021 (b)  Lot 2:Desktop computers and internet networking equipment: USD418 (c)    Lot 3: Large format scanner: USD 1,080 (d)  Lot 4: Heavy duty printer:USD:780 8.      (a) Address documents may be inspected at: Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development Attention: Procurement Specialist ESDP &ERT, Street Address: Plot No 29/33 Kampala Road Building: Amber House, 4TH Floor, Room 409B City: Kampala Country: Uganda Telephone:+256-312-372755 (b) AddressBids must be purchased: Ministry of Energy andMineral Development Attention: Procurement Specialist ? ESDP&ERT, Street Address: Plot No 29/33 Kampala Road Building: Amber House, 4TH Floor, Room 409B City: Kampala Country: Uganda Telephone: +256-312-372755 (c)Address Bids must be delivered to: Ministry of Energy andMineral Development Attention: Head Procurement and Disposal Unit Street Address: Plot No 29/33 Kampala Road Building: Amber House, 1ST Floor 109C City: Kampala Country: Uganda (d) Address of Bid opening: Place: Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development Street Address: Plot No 29/33 Kampala Road Building: Amber House, Room C305, Third Floor City: Kampala Country: Uganda

UG-Electricity Sector Development Proj - P119737

 | Published August 2, 2016
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A2Z Infra Engineering Limited
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Design, Supply And Construction Of Mv Lines And Associated Lowvoltage Networks In Eligible Areas Along Kawanda ? Masaka 220kv Transmission Line Corridor This notice has been cancelled as of 02-Aug-2016 Please do not respond. ICB Contract Award Notice Uganda Project: P119737 - Electricity Sector Development Project Bid/Contract Reference No: MEMD/ESDP/WORKS/15-16/00010 Scope of Contract: DESIGN, SUPPLY AND CONSTRUCTION OF MV LINES AND ASSOCIATED LOWVOLTAGE NETWORKS IN ELIGIBLE AREAS ALONGKAWANDA ? MASAKA 220KV TRANSMISSION LINE CORRIDOR Duration of Contract: 9.00Month(s) Contract Signature Date: Evaluation Currency: USD-United States Dollars Awarded Bidder(s): Name: A2Z Infra Engineering Limited Address: Plot B-38 Sector-32, Institutional AreaTelephone: 0124-4517600Facsimile number: 01244380014Email:info@a2zemail.com Country: India Bid Price at Opening:USD 3,496,806.28 Evaluated Bid Price: USD3,835,099.39 Contract Price: USD3,835,099.39

GPN - Uganda rural electricity access project – 10 2015

 | Published October 16, 2015
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UG-Electricity Sector Development Proj - P119737

Uganda Electricity Transmission Company Limited | Published September 30, 2015  -  Deadline October 26, 2015
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Design Review, Procurement Support And Supervision Of Implementation Of The Upgrade Of Uetcl Scada/ems System At National Control Centre (ncc) Lugogo And Establishing An Emergency (backup) Control Centre (ecc)/ (bcc) UGANDA ELECTRICITY SECTOR DEVELOPMENT PROJECT ProjectID No. P119737 CONSULTANCY SERVICES DESIGN REVIEW, PROCUREMENTSUPPORT AND SUPERVISION OF IMPLEMENTATION OF THEUPGRADE OF UETCL SCADA/EMS SYSTEM AT NATIONAL CONTROL CENTRE (NCC) LUGOGO AND ESTABLISHINGAN EMERGENCY (BACKUP) CONTROL CENTRE(ECC)/ (BCC) IFB: UETCL/CONS/2015/00008 REQUEST FOREXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST The Government of Uganda receivedfinancing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Electricity Sector Development Project, and intends to apply part of theproceeds for consultant services. The services include design review,preparation of tenderdocument, project management and supervision of engineering, procurement and installation of a new SCADA/EMSsystem at the National ControlCentre, Lugogo and also establish a Backup/Emergency Control Centre. The Uganda Electricity TransmissionCompany Limited (UETCL) now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services.Interested Consultants shouldprovide information demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experienceto perform the Services. The shortlisting criteria are: 1.                 15 years' experience in design, project management and supervisory work on power system control,protection as  well  as  implementation  of  SCADA/EMS system development/upgrade projects 2.                 Specific experience of at least 3 projects relevant to the above mentioned assignment in the last 15years. 3.                 Availability of skills among staff in the areas of (i) SCADA for integrated power systems, (ii) ProjectManagement, (iii) Power system operation and control, (iv) Automatic generation control (AGC),and (v) Substation design andcontrol The attention of interested Consultantsis drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment ofConsultants under IBRD Loans andIDA Credits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers dated May 2006 revised October 2006 and May2010 ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. Consultants may associate with otherfirms in the form ofa joint venture or a sub consultancy to enhance their qualifications.The EoI shall specify the nature of theassociation i.e whether JointVenture or Sub-consultancy A Consultant will be selected in accordance with theQuality and Cost based selection method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Interested consultants may obtain further information atthe address below during office hours (0900hours to 1700hours). Expressions of interest must be delivered to the addressbelow by 11:30am on 26th October, 2015. Attn: PrincipalProcurement Officer Address: P.O. Box 7625Kampala Plot 12 Hannington Road,Kampala, Uganda Tel: +256 414 233433/4 Fax: +256 414 341789 E-mail:procurement@uetcl.com Web site: www.uetcl.com Planned Procurement Schedule is asfollows; Publish Invitation for EoI 05 October2015 EoI ClosingDate 26 October2015 Short listing and internalapprovals 28Oct ? 11Nov2015 Submission for No Objection 16 November2015 Funding Agency No Objection 30 November2015 Invitation for submission of Proposals 07 December2015 MANAGEMENT

UG - Electricity Sector Development Proj - P119737

 | Published February 21, 2015
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Design, Development And Implementation Of A Geographical Information System-second Phase Contract Award Notice Scope of Contract: The Design, Development and Implementation of aGeographical Information System-Second Phase Minimum Qualifying Technical Score: 70 Consultants' names Oakar Services Ltd, AEDSICAD & Geo-Information Communication Limited (Lead-consultancy/Sub-consultancies with Geo-Information Communication (GIC) Limitedas the lead firm) RMSI Private Limited& Professional Engineering Consultants (Lead-consultancy/Sub-consultancy with RMSIPrivate Limited asthe lead firm) City/Country Kampala, Uganda India, Uganda Status: Awarded Consultant/Firm EvaluatedConsultant/Firm TechnicalScore 85.2 77.1 FinancialScore 100 37.1 CombinedScore 88.16 66.16 Criteria SpecificExperience 10 7.6 Work Plan &Methodology 29.4 28 KeyExperts 40.8 38.5 Localinput 5 3 Price as read out US$457,820 US$1,345,560 Final EvaluationPrice US$ 593,976.6 US$1,345,560 Final NegotiatedPrice US$ 593,976.6 Rank 1 2 Other Shortlisted Consultant(s)/Firm(s) Consultants' names Fichtner GmbH&Co.KG IGN France International    & Sivan Design D. S. Ltd JointVenture. ST2i International Indra Country Germany France, Israel Tunisia Spain Proposal Submitted: No No No No

UG-Electricity Sector Development Proj - P119737

Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development | Published May 19, 2015  -  Deadline July 6, 2015
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Construction Of The Proposed Street And Market Lighting Within Masaka Municipality PROCUREMENT REFERENCE NO:MEMD/ESDP/WORKS/14-15/00677 Construction of the Proposed Streetand Market Lighting within Masaka Municipality BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF GOODS:Supply, erection and complete installation, testing and commissioning of the proposed Street and MarketLighting System comprising about 800 LED street lights, 7 distribution transformers and covering an overall distance of about 16kmwithin Masaka Municipality. Loan No.4988-UG 1. The Government of Uganda represented bythe Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development has received a loan from the International DevelopmentAssociation toward the cost ofConstruction of the Proposed Street andMarket Lightingwithin Masaka Municipality, and it intends to apply part of the proceeds of this loan topayments under the contract for Construction of the Proposed Street and Market Lightingwithin Masaka Municipality. 2. The Government of Uganda represented by the Ministry of Energy andMineral Development now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for supply, erection and completeinstallation, testing and commissioning of the proposed Street and Market Lighting System comprising about 800 LED street lights, 7distribution transformers and covering an overall distance of about 16km within Masaka Municipality. 3. Bidding will be conducted through the international competitive bidding procedures specified in the World Bank'sGuidelines: Procurement under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits, and is open to all biddersfrom eligible source countries as defined in the guidelines.   Qualifications requirements include: participation as contractor, management contractor, or subcontractor, in at least three (3) contracts within the last five (5)years, each with a value of at least UGX2,500,000,000, that have been successfully and substantially completed and that are similar to the proposedworks. 4.  Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information andinspect the bidding documents at the address given below at 8 (b) from 8:00AMto 5:00PM (Local Time). 5. A completeset of bidding documents in English may bepurchased by interested bidders on the submission of a written application to the address below at (b) and upon payment of anonrefundable fee Uganda Shillings Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Only (UGX250,000). The method of payment will be by Bank Payment Advice  Form obtained from Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development ESDP Accounts Office, 2nd Floor,Room E203. 6.There shall be a Pre-Bid meeting at Hotel Brovad, Masaka   on June 10, 2015 at 11:00am, Local Time 7.     Bids must be delivered to the addressbelow at 8 (c) at or before 11:00Am (localtime) on July 6, 2015. All bids must be accompanied by a bid security of UgandaShillings Fifty Million (UGX50, 000,000) or its equivalent in a freely convertible currency or an equivalent amountin a freely convertible currency. Late bids will be rejected. Bids will be opened in the presence of the bidders'representatives who choose to attend at the address below at 8 (d) at 11:30AM (localtime), July 6, 2015. 8 (a)    Address documents may be inspected at: Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development Attention: Procurement Specialist - ESDP, Street Address: Plot No 29/33 Kampala Road Building: Amber House, 4th floor, room B409 City: Kampala Country: Uganda 8 (b) Address Bids must be purchased: Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development Attention: Procurement Specialist - ESDP, Street Address: Plot No 29/33 Kampala Road Building: Amber House, 4rd floor, room B409 City: Kampala Country: Uganda 8 (c)Address Bids must be delivered to: Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development Attention: Head Procurement andDisposal Unit Street Address: Plot No 29/33 Kampala Road Building: Amber House,  Room C 109,1st Floor City: Kampala Country: Uganda 8 (d) Address of Bid opening: Place: Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development Street Address: Plot No 29/33 Kampala Road Building: AmberHouse, Room C305, Third Floor City: Kampala Country: Uganda Eng. Paul Mubiru For: Permanent Secretary

Design, Construction, Operation and Maintenance Services for a Solar Farm at United Nations Ente ...

United Nations Secretariat | Published September 23, 2016
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1.The UNPD Regional Procurement Office (RPO), on behalf of MONUSCO, hereby invites qualified vendors to submit their Expression of Interest for the Design, Construction, Operation and Maintenance Services for a Solar Farm at United Nations Entebbe Support Base (UNESB) in Uganda. The UN is planning to outsource the engineering works and services for the design and construction (D & C) activities of a Solar Farm of a 650 KW with a peak power of approximately 1MWp solar as well as operational cleaning and maintenance (O & M) of the solar farm at United Nations Entebbe Support Base in Entebbe, Uganda. The system shall be a Photovoltaic (PV)-Hybrid system running without batteries and synchronised with the Ugandan national power grid and any existing diesel generators on location.The scope of work / project consists of two major aspects including Design and Construction (D & C) and Operation and Maintenance (O & M) which shall be undertaken in the following four phases: Phase 1: Design of the system including study and an Executive Design by the proposer both of which shall be based on the conceptual Designs, Drawings and specifications provided by the UN. The Executive design shall be submitted to UN for approval prior to any further action. Phase 2: Construction / installation of the system shall be based on the UN approved design of UNESB solar farm developed by the proposer in Phase 1. The activities in this phase shall include but not limited to site preparation, supply / installation of the Car park and Sparta Area overhead structures with corrugated sheeting roof, installation of the solar panels provided by the UN on the constructed overhead shelter, electrical works along with provision of all necessary electrical components, supply and installation of all cabling (under or above ground), construction of Medium Voltage (MV) /Low Voltage (LV) substations as well as creation / management of documentation in respect of quality, security, traffic among others. Phase 3: Commissioning and testing of the system shall include testing the functionality of the solar farm, operating and testing the whole installed system in comparison to the expected performance, testing the functioning of all the electrical systems to verify that the system is correctly installed to function as intended and submission of "As-Built drawings" upon completion of works and final tests / certifications. Phase 4: Operation and Maintenance (O & M) to ensure that the PV panels are free of dust, debris and that the installed system is functioning as intended and expected as well as addressing tear and wear promptly for an initial period of 2 years with an option to extend for additional three one year periods (1+1+1 year) at the sole discretion of the UN. The UN shall provide the following components for each of the systems to be installed: Photovoltaic panels (PV), Sunny Tripower Inverters, Cluster Controllers, Combiner /Junction Box, PV Panel Mounting system /kit, Gounding kits and Air rods. The proposer shall be responsible for the rest of the services, labour, transport, materials, tools, equipment and plant required to implement and to complete the proposed project to function as intended. In addition, the proposer shall supply and install all additional accessories necessary for the system to function as intended and incorporating site specific situations and conditions. Proposals may be submitted for both Design and Construction (D & C) and Operation and Maintenance services (O & M) or for either of the services. 2. Companies interested in providing the above services are invited to submit their Expression Of Interest, along with the following documents: a) Company’s address, contact person, telephone/fax numbers and e-mail b) Company’s registration number (if already registered with UN) and UNGM registration number (www.ungm.org) 3. Companies can only participate in solicitations of the UN Secretariat after completing their registration (free of charge) at the United Nations Global Marketplace (www.ungm.org). 4. As you express interest in the planned solicitation by submitting the response form, please verify and ensure that your company is registered under its full legal name with the UN Secretariat on the United Nations Global Marketplace (www.ungm.org). In addition, the desired Companies MUST have a minimum of 3 years working experience in similar services and magnitude. 5. Note that companies that have previously submitted EOI for similar services with UN must re-submit full documentation as detailed above. 6. Please note, this is not an invitation for submission of proposals. Its purpose is to identify companies that would be interested to participate in the solicitation when issued. 7. The RPO will examine the outcome of this request for EOI and will consider those companies that have expressed their interest by providing the required information as to their ability to fulfill RPO’s requirement. 8. RPO reserves the right to change or cancel the requirement at any time during the EOI and/or solicitation process. Thus, submitting a reply to this REOI does not automatically guarantee your company will be considered for receipt of the solicitation when issued. The tender and any subsequent commitment to contract will be issued in accordance with UN rules and regulations. 9. The Expressions of Interest (EOI) may be submitted by mail/e-mail clearly marked with the inscription “Expression of Interest – “Design, Construction, Operation and Maintenance Services for a Solar Farm at United Nations Entebbe Support Base ” and sent to the following address to be received no later than 14th October 2016. Regional Procurement Office Entebbe Support Base Email address: unesb-rpo@un.org 10. EOIs not addressing the above criteria to the satisfaction of RPO shall not be considered for the solicitation to bid, if and when issued. RPO reserves the right in selecting the invitees for the solicitation and mere expressing an interest would not automatically warrant the receipt of a solicitation document. 11. Queries regarding this REOI should be directed to unesb-rpo@un.org

UG: Energy for Rural Transformation APL2 - P112334

 | Published March 11, 2015
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Consultancy Services For Community Mobilization To Achieve Connections In Lot 1: All Sts Within Central And Western Regions Of Uganda Name of Project: Energy for Rural TransformationAPL-2 Project ID: P112334 Credit Number: IDA45540 Contract Description: Consultancy Services for Community Mobilizationto achieve connectionsin Lot 1: All STs within Central and Western Regions of Uganda Procurement Reference No.: REA-ERTII/SRVCS/12-13/00426 Scope of Contract: The consultancyservices willcover a number of activities that are designed to maximize assistanceto prospective consumers which include but arenot be limited to: (a)    Carrying out a preliminary field visit for disseminating information toprospective consumers and establishing contact and developing a communication channel. The consultant will prepare and distributewrite ups on available wiring options and service connection methodologies during thefield visit. The consultant will selectvillage organizers during this field visit. The consultant will include in the write up a comprehensive list of benefits of usingelectricity over traditional energy forms such as candles, kerosene and firewood. (b)   Selecting licensed wiremen who will carry out internal house wiring and liaisewith local dealers to provide the required house wiring materials at reasonable prices. This arrangement is expected to result insignificant cost reduction compared to a scenario where consumers contract for the services on an individual basis. Consumers willcover the cost of house wiring as required and wiring is not in the consultant's scope of work. (c)    Collating and coordinating connection applications with the SPs, arrangingfor the applications for having to be appraised, and facilitating the necessary service connection to be made by theSPs. (d)   Visiting the target areas toorganize and accomplish the house wiring and service connection road shows with SP staff and selected licensed wiremen. Thesevisits will entail spending a number of days at each ST and activities to be accomplished will include: (i) ensuring that the housewiring work is satisfactorily completed by the licensed wireman, (ii) the certification of this work (including all requisite testsstipulated in the regulations) and acceptance by the SPs, (iii) follow-up on the installation of the service connections asnecessary, (iv) completion of all agreements required for the service connection with the SPs as well as any installment payments(if needed) for the associated fees, and (v) ensuring final provision ofthe services to all applicants.  A short follow up visit will be carried out after three month, to each ST,to examine the statusof completed service connections, ensure sustainability of connections made and facilitate any remainingapplicants who wish to be connected. Duration: 12 (Twelve)Months Consultants who submitted proposals: Technical points assigned to Consultants: Evaluated prices of Consultants: Ranking of theConsultants Motion Media/Hallmark Events and Promotions/ Malcon Electrical Engineers  Ltd-JV P.O. Box24492 KAMPALA Tel. 0752- 0160070/0712- 016070 86.6 UGX523,459,800 1 M&EAssociates Ltd P.O. Box4052 KAMPALA Tel:0414-501894 E-mail: meassoc@utlonline.co.ug 83.0 USD 182,664 2 Hope Development Initiative (HDI Consult Ltd) P.O. Box2495 KAMPALA Tel:0414-505153 E-mail:hdi@hdint.org / agnesapea@gmail.com 81.8 UGX499,000,000 3 Vachi Communications Ltd P.O. Box16257 WANDEGEYA Tel:0782-396551/0772-444747 E-mail:vachicomm@yahoo.com 82.3 UGX 6,909,000,000 4 Name of winning Consultant Price MotionMedia/Hallmark Events and Promotions/Malcon Electrical Engineers Ltd-JV P.O. Box24492 KAMPALA Tel. 0752-0160070/0712- 016070 UGX523,459,800

EOI - Uganda - Consulting services (firms) - Cost of Service and Affordability of Tariff Studies under the Uganda Rural Electricity Access Project

 | Published April 19, 2016
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EOI - Consulting Services - Engineering and Construction Supervision for Uganda Rural Electricity Access Project – 09 2015

 | Published September 14, 2015
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1 REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTING SERVICES - FIRMS) RURAL ELECTRICATION AGENCY UGANDA RURAL ELECTRICITY ACCESS PROJECT Sector: Energy Project ID No.: P-UG-FA0-006 Procurement Reference No.: REA/SRVCS/14-15/00407 The Government of Uganda has applied for financing from the African Development Bank (AfDB) towards the cost of the Uganda Rural Electricity Access Project (UREAP), and intends to apply part of the agreed amount of this loan to payments under the contract for Consultancy Services for “Engineering and Construction Supervision” of grid extension and last-mile connections. The services included under this assignment are:(i) review and update of designs, technical specifications and bidding documents for Works and Goods, (ii) assisting in the bidding process including the contract negotiations, (iii) supervision of construction activities for grid extensions comprising over 1,146 km of Medium Voltage (33 kV and 11 kV) overhead lines including 7 km of submarine cable to supply the Bugala Island (Bukakata – Kalangala); 807 km of Low Voltage (0.415 kV) distribution networks, installation of distribution transformers; and connection of at-least 65,000 last-mile consumers in rural households, public infrastructures and small and medium enterprises; and (iv) review and approve contractor’s/supplier’s designs, supervision of the implementation of Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF), Environmental and Social Management Plan (ESMP) and Abbreviated Resettlement Action Plan (ARAP). The Grid Extensions will be undertaken in 16 districts in Uganda in South, Central, Eastern, North Eastern and North-North West Distribution Service Territories. It is expected that the assignment will take 22 months. The Rural Electrification Agency (REA) of the Ministry of Energy & Mineral Development now invites eligible consultants to indicate their interest in providing these services. Interested consultants must provide the information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services:  Legal documents indicating the legal status and corporate profile;  Description of similar assignments;  Experience in similar conditions (i.e. sub-Saharan Africa);  Availability of appropriate skills among staff (i.e. Project Manager, Distribution Engineers, Power Line Surveyor, Environmentalists, Sociologists and Clerk of Works, etc.). Consultants may constitute joint-ventures to enhance their chances of qualification. Eligibility criteria, establishment of the short-list and the selection procedure shall be in accordance with the African Development Bank’s “Rules and Procedures for the use of Consultants” May 2008 Edition, Revised July 2012, which is available on the Bank’s website at http://www.afdb.org. Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours 09:00 to 16:00 hours (local time), except for public holidays. Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below by 14th October, 2015 at 11:00 hours (local time) and mention “Expression of Interest (EOI) – Engineering and Construction Supervision for Uganda Rural Electricity Access Project”:- Head, Procurement & Disposal Unit Rural Electrification Agency Plot 10, Windsor Loop P. O. Box 7317 Kampala-Uganda 2 Tel: +256-312-318 100 E-mail: procurement@rea.or.ug Website: www.rea.or.ug

EOI – Uganda - Geo-physical survey for ground investigation works – AREF – 06 2015

 | Published June 9, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST 1. Africa Renewable Energy Fund (AREF) hereby invites Firms to indicate their interest in the following Assignment: Geo-physical survey for ground investigation works 2. The services to be provided under the Assignment include: AREF may require the undertaking of ground investigation works (up to a depth of 30m) to understand the composition of earthworks and design required for several hydro projects. As an alternative to typical borehole ground investigation works, AREF is seeking Firms with expertise in undertaking seismic surveys to obtain information in relation to ground conditions, and in addition to seismic methods geo-electrical methods and others which, in some conditions, can be valid alternatives or can be coupled with a seismic survey. 3. AREF invites firms to indicate their interest in providing the above-described services. Interested eligible Firms or associations of Consulting Firms shall provide information on their qualifications and experience demonstrating their ability to provide the services (documentation, references for similar services, experience in comparable Assignments, availability of qualified staff, etc.) specifically in Uganda. 4. The eligibility criteria, the establishment of a short list and the selection procedure shall be in conformity with AREF Project Support Facility (PSF) Procedures Manual. Please, note that interest expressed by a Consulting Firm does not imply any obligation on the part of AREF to include it in the shortlist. 5. The estimated duration of services is 1 month and the estimated starting date is July 2015. 6. Interested Consulting Firms may obtain further information at the address below during AREF’s working hours: please email rscott@berkeley-energy.com, no further information is likely to be available until the Request for Proposal (RfP) stage. 7. Expressions of interest must be received at the email address below no later than Tuesday 16th June at 5pm local time and specifically mentioning Uganda Siesmic Survey. For the attention of: Mr. Richard Scott Berkeley Energy, 4th Floor (Landmark), Cavendish Block, 14 Riverside Nairobi, Kenya Tel: +254700470433 E-mail: rscott@berkeley-energy.com EOI SUBMISSIONS TO BE SENT BY EMAIL ONLY

UG-Water Mgmt & Dev. Project - P123204

Ministry of Water and Environment | Published November 9, 2015  -  Deadline December 21, 2015
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Construction Of Busia, Pallisa, And Ngora-nyero-kumi Water Supply And Sanitation Systems Republic of UgandaMinistry of Water and Environment WATER MANAGEMENT &DEVELOPMENT PROJECT IDA CreditNumber: 51270-UG Invitation for Bids(IFB) CONSTRUCTION OF BUSIA, PALLISA,AND NGORA-NYERO-KUMI WATER SUPPLY AND SANITATION SYSTEMS ICB No.:MWE/WRKS/15-16/00003 The Republic of Uganda has received a loan from the World Bank towards the cost of the Water Management andDevelopment Project and it intends to apply part of the proceeds of this loan to eligible payments under the contracts forConstruction of Busia, Pallisa, and Ngora-Nyero-Kumi Water Supply & Sanitation Systemsas described below: Lot Number Description of the Scope of Work Lot 1 ? Busia Water Supply and Sanitation System Construction of Water Supply worksWaterTreatment Plant's civil worksWaterTreatment Plant's mechanical works and Water Treatment Plant's electrical works Transmission pipelinesCivilWorks for Water Supply Reservoirs Sanitation worksCiviland Mechanical Works for public latrines Lot 2 ? Pallisa Water Supply and SanitationSystem Construction of Water Supply worksWaterTreatment Plant's civil worksWaterTreatment Plant's mechanical works and Water Treatment Plant's electrical worksTransmission pipelinesCivilWorks for Water Supply Reservoirs Sanitation worksCiviland Mechanical Works for public latrines Lot 3 ? Ngora-Nyero-Kumi WaterSupply and SanitationSystem Construction of Water Supply worksWaterTreatment Plant's civil worksWaterTreatment Plant's mechanical works and Water Treatment Plant's electrical worksTransmission pipelinesCivilWorks for Water Supply Reservoirs Sanitation worksCiviland Mechanical Works for public latrines Further details on the above works are provided in the bidding document II.           A Pre-Bid meeting will take place at the followingdate, time and place: Date: 25th November 2015 Time: 11:00 hours EasternAfrica Time Place:    The Old Boardroom, Room 47, Ministry of Water and Environment, Plot 22/28 Port BellRoad, Luzira,Kampala A pre-bid site visit conducted by the Employer will be held as per detailsbelow: S/N Lot Place Date & Time Contact Person 1 Lot 1: Construction of Busia Water Supply and SanitationSystem Busia District Headquarters (Disctrict CouncilHall) 24th   November 2015 at 8:00am Ugandan Time Eng. Allan Mugabi T:+256704444411 2 Lot 2: Construction of Pallisa Water Supply and SanitationSystem Pallisa District Headquarters (District CouncilHall) 23rd November 2015 at 8:00am UgandanTime Eng. Allan Mugabi T:+256704444411 3 Lot 3: Construction of Ngora-Nyero-Kumi Water Supply andSanitation System Ngora District Headquarters (District CouncilHall) 23rd November 2015 at 2:00pm UgandanTime Eng. Allan Mugabi T:+256704444411 III.            Bidding will be conducted through the International Competitive Bidding procedures as specified in the WorldBank's Guidelines:Procurement of Goods, Works andNon-Consulting Services under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers(January 2011, revised July 2014) and is open to all eligible bidders as defined in the ProcurementGuidelines. In addition, please refer to paragraphs 1.6 and 1.7 setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest.Bidders have the option to Bid for one or more lots. A bidder may be awarded one or more lots provided the bidder meetsqualification requirements. Bidders shall demonstrate capacity to meet the aggregate/combined Qualification requirements to qualifyfor award of multiple Lots. IV.            The qualification requirements are detailed in Section III of the bidding document. Requirements to qualify for award of contracts under two packages of (a) Package 1 ? Construction ofRukungiri Municipality, Katwe-Kabatoro and Koboko Towns has already been launched and bids will be opened on November 11, 2015(amended to November 26, 2015) - ICB No.:MWE/WRKS/15-16/000013; and (b) Package 2 ? the construction of Busia, Pallisa,and Ngora-Nyero-Kumi Water Supply andSanitation Systems ? ICB No.:MWE/WRKS/15-16/00003. i.      The bid evaluation forBusia, Pallisa, and Ngora-Nyero-Kumi Water Supply and Sanitation Systems ? ICB No.: MWE/WRKS/15-16/00003 (Package 2) shall takeinto account asapplicable the contract awards made for Rukungiri Municipality, Katwe-Kabatoro and Koboko Towns ICB No.:MWE/WRKS/15-16/000013 (Package 1). ii.      Bidders must meet theaggregate qualification requirements to qualify for award of multiple lots under either one or the two of the packages for (a)Rukungiri Municipality, Katwe-Kabatoro and Koboko Towns closing on November 11, 2015 (amended to November 27, 2015), and (b)Construction of Busia, Pallisa, and Ngora-Nyero-Kumi Water Supply and Sanitation Systems - ICB No. MWE/WRKS/15-16/00003 publishedon November 9, 2015. iii.      Bidders participating inboth processes should take note of this, and accordingly shall submit documentation required under the qualification requirementsto demonstrate that they have capacity to execute simultaneously the construction works for multiple lots awarded under either oneor the two of the packages indicated above. Further details are provided in the Bidding document. V.            Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from the Ministry of Water and Environment, Jane Margaret Meke on jane.meke@mwe.go.ug with copiesto richard.matua@mwe.go.ug; allan.mugabi@mwe.go.ug and gillian.amongin@mwe.go.ug  and inspect the Bidding Documents during office hours from 9:00a.m to5:00 p.m. on official working days at the address indicated under bullet X given below. VI.            A complete set of Bidding Documents in English may be purchased by interested bidders on the submission of awritten Application to the address indicated under bullet X below and upon payment of a non-refundable fee of Uganda Shillings TwoHundred Thousand Only (UGX 200,000) for the Bidding documents for each Lot. The method of payment will be by Bank Payment Advice Formobtainable from the Ministry's Accounts department. The Bidding Documents will be available for pick up at the address under bulletXI below. VII.            Upon request of thebidder to The Ministry of Water and Environment, and upon a submission of the evidence ofremittance of funds for purchase of the bidding document, the bidding documents may be sent by courier service to deliver thebidding document provided the courier service is arranged by the bidder. The Employer, however, bears no responsibility for thelate delivery or the loss of the documents. VIII.            All bids must be accompanied by a Bid Security. The amount and currency of the bid security shall be asfollows: LotDetails Bidsecurity amount in UGX or any freely convertible currency Lot 1 ?Busia UGX600,000,000 Lot 2 ?Pallisa UGX400,000,000 Lot 3 -Ngora-Nyero-Kumi UGX550,000,000 Bid Securities issued by ForeignBanks must be routed through a correspondent bank in Uganda and accompanied by a SWIFT copy. IX.            Bids must be delivered to the address indicated under bullet X. below at or before 10:00 hours East African time on 21st December 2015.  Electronic bidding will not be permitted. Late bidswill be rejected. Bids will be publicly opened in the presence of the bidders' designated representatives and anyone who chooses toattend at the address indicated under bullet XI below on 21st December 2015 at10:05 hours East African Time. X.            For inspection, picking of bid document and bid submission purposes, the Employer's address is: Attention:  TheHead Procurement and Disposal Unit Street Address: Ministryof Water & Environment (MWE) Plot 22/28 Port Bell Road, Luzira Room 128 Kampala, Uganda XI.            The bid opening shall take place at: Street Address: Ministry of Water & Environment (MWE) Plot 22/28 Port Bell Road, Luzira Room 128 Kampala, Uganda XII.            The planned procurement Schedule (subject to change) is as follows: Activity Time Publish Bid notice 9th November 2015 Pre-bid meeting 25th November 2015 Pre-bid site visit As per schedule indicated in (II)above Bid submission deadline & bid openingdate 21st December 2015 at 10:00Hours Evaluation Process Between 22nd December 2015 to1stFebruary 2016 Contract Signature After display of best evaluated bidder notice and approval of Solicitor General PERMANENTSECRETARY MINISTRY OF WATER ANDENVIRONMENT

UG-Water Mgmt & Dev. Project - P123204

Ministry of Water and Environment | Published September 18, 2015  -  Deadline November 10, 2015
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Invitation For Bids: Water Supply And Sanitation Construction Works For Rukungiri Municipality, Katwe-kabatoro Andkoboko Towns Republic of UgandaMinistryof Water and Environment WATER MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT PROJECT(WMDP) IDA CreditNumber: 5127-UG Invitationfor Bids (IFB) Water Supply and Sanitation construction works for RukungiriMunicipality, Katwe-Kabatoro and Koboko Towns ICB No.:MWE/WRKS/15-16/00013 The Republic of Uganda has receiveda loan from the World Bank towards the cost of  Water Management and Development Project and itintends to apply part of the proceeds of thisloan to payments under the contract for Construction works for Water Supply and Sanitationin Rukungiri Municipality, Katwe-Kabatoro and Koboko Towns as described below: Lot  Number Description of the Scope of Work Lot  1 ?Rukungiri -Construction of Water Supply works-Water Treatment Plant's civil works - Water Treatment Plant's mechanical works and Water TreatmentPlant's electrical works and-Transmission pipelines-Civil Works for Water Supply Reservoirs -Sanitation works-Civil and Mechanical Works for publiclatrines Lot 2 ? Katwe-Kabatoro -Water Supply works-Water Treatment Plant's civil works-Water Treatment Plant's mechanical works and Water TreatmentPlant's electrical works-Transmission pipelines-Civil Works for Water Supply Reservoirs Sanitationworks-Civil and Mechanical Works for publiclatrines Lot 3 ? Koboko -Water Supply works-Water Treatment Plant's civil works-Water Treatment Plant's mechanical works -Water Treatment Plant'selectrical works-Transmission pipelines-Sanitation works-Civil and Mechanical Works for publiclatrines Further details on the above works are providedin the biddingdocument II.            A Pre-Bid meeting will take place at the following date,time and place: Date: 12th October2015 Time: 11:00 hours EasternAfrica Time Place:    The Old Boardroom, Room 47, Ministry of Water and Environment, Plot 22/28Port BellRoad, Luzira, Kampala A pre-bidsite visit conducted by the Employer will be held as per details below: Item Lot No and Assembly Place Date&Time Contact Person 1. Lot 1-Rukungiri Municipal Council 05/10/2015  10:00AM Joshua Senengo +256777379097 2. Lot 2- Katwe-Kabatoro Town Council 06/10/2015  10:00AM Joshua Senengo +256777379097 3. Lot 3- Koboko Town Council 08/10/2015  10:00 AM Joshua Senengo +256777379097 III.           Bidding will be conducted through theInternational Competitive Bidding procedures as specified in the World Bank's Guidelines: Procurement of Goods, Works and Non-Consulting Services under IBRDLoans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers (January2011, revised July 2014) and is open to all eligible bidders as defined in the Procurement Guidelines. In addition, please refer toparagraphs 1.6 and 1.7 setting forth the World Bank's policy onconflict of interest. Bidders have the option to Bid for one or morelots. A bidder may be awarded one or more lots provided the bidder meets qualification requirements. Bidders shall demonstratecapacity to meet the aggregate/combined Qualification requirements to qualify for award of multiple Lots. IV.            The qualification requirements are detailed in Section IIIof the bidding document. V.            Interested eligible bidders may obtain further informationfrom the Ministry of Water and Environment,Jane Margaret Meke on jane.meke@mwe.go.ugwith copies to richard.matua@mwe.go.ug; joshua.senengo@mwe.go.ugand gillian.amongin@mwe.go.ug  and inspect the Bidding Documents during office hours from 9:00a.mto 5:00 p.m. on official working days at the address indicated under bullet X given below. VI.            A complete set of Bidding Documents in English may bepurchased by interested bidders on the submission of a written Application to the address indicated under bullet X below and uponpayment of a non-refundable fee of Uganda Shillings Two Hundred Thousand Only (UGX 200,000) for the Bidding documents for each Lot. The method of payment will be by Bank Payment Advice Form obtainable from theMinistry's Accounts department. The Bidding Documents will be available for pick up at the address under bullet Xbelow. VII.            Upon request of the bidder to The Ministry of Water and Environment, and upon asubmission of the evidence of remittance of funds for purchase of the bidding document, the bidding documents may be sent bycourier service to deliver the bidding document provided the courier service is arranged by the bidder. The Employer, however,bears no responsibility for the late delivery or the loss of the documents. VIII.           All bids must be accompanied by a Bid Security. The      amount and currency of the bid security shall be as follows: Lot Details Bid security amount in USD or any freely convertiblecurrency Lot 1 - Rukungiri 235,000 Lot 2-Katwe-Kabatoro 120,000 Lot 3 - Koboko 110,000 Bid Securities issued by Foreign Banksmust be routed through a correspondent bank in Uganda and accompanied by a SWIFTcopy. IX.            Bids must be delivered to the address indicated under bullet X. below at or before 11:00hours East African time on 10th November 2015.  Electronicbiddingwill not be permitted. Late bids will be rejected. Bids will be publicly opened in the presence of the bidders' designatedrepresentatives and anyone who choose to attend at the address indicated under bullet XI below on 10th November 2015 at 11:05 hours East African Time. X.            For inspection, picking of bid document and bid submission purposes,the Employer's address is: Attention:  The Head Procurement and DisposalUnit Street Address: Ministry of Water & Environment(MWE) Plot 22/28 Port Bell Road,Luzira Room 128 Kampala, Uganda XI.            The bid opening shall take place at: Street Address: Ministry of Water & Environment (MWE) Plot 22/28 Port Bell Road, Luzira Room 128 Kampala, Uganda XII.           The planned procurement Schedule(Subject to change) is as follows: Activity Time Publish Bid notice 21st September, 2015 Pre-bid meeting 12th October 2015 Pre-bid site visit As per schedule indicated in (II) above Bid submission deadline & bid openingdate 10th November 2015 at 11:00 Hours Evaluation Process Between 11/11/2015 ? 21/12/2015 Contract Signature After display of best evaluated bidder notice and approval of Solicitor General PERMANENTSECRETARY MINISTRY OF WATER ANDENVIRONMENT

UG-Ag Tech & Advisory Svces SIL (FY10) - P109224

Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry, and Fisheries | Published June 30, 2016  -  Deadline July 22, 2016
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Request For Expression Of Interest (eoi) REPUBLIC OF UGANDA Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry, and Fisheries P. O. Box 102 Entebbe - UGANDA AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGY ANDAGRIBUSINESS ADVISORY SERVICES (ATAAS) PROJECT Project ID No.:P109224 Credit Number: IDA47690 RE-ADVERTISEMENT REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) PROCUREMENT REFERENCE NUMBER:MAAIF/SRVCS/15-16/00198 The Government of Uganda has receiveda Credit from the InternationalDevelopment Association (IDA) toward the cost of implementing the Agricultural Technologyand Agribusiness Advisory Services (ATAAS) Project. The main objective of the ATAAS Project is increaseagricultural productivity and incomes of participating households by improving the performance of agricultural research andadvisory services in Uganda The Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industryand Fisheries (MAAIF), the executingagency, intends to apply part of the proceeds to theprovision of Consultancy services for "Determining the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) needs, detailed systems design andimplementation support for the agricultural sector". 1.      The scope of services will require the consultant to: a)      Carry out ICT needs assessment in the agricultural sector to guideICT investment; b)      Identify modern ICT solutions that willstrengthen research,extension/advisory and farmer relationships through efficient information sharing, and detail their application; The consultantshall be required to provide budgetary estimates for the procurement of the systemsidentified; c)      Develop detailed designs and specifications (technical and business)for ICT infrastructure systems that willenhance the agricultural sector efficiency and effectiveness through information sharingand management; 2.      The Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries (MAAIF), now invites eligible consultants to indicate their interest in providing the services.   Interested consultants mustprovide information on their experience and organisationalset up demonstrating that they are qualified to perform the above consultancy services. The shortlisting criteria are; a)      General experience ofat least continuous 10years in Information Communications Technology. b)      Specific experience of at least 3 similarassignments in determining the Information Communications Technology Needs, Detailed Systems Design andImplementation Support. c)      Presence of skills among staff in the followingareas: Telecommunications Networks Engineering Expertise, InformationSystems Security and Audit Expertise/ Electrical Power/ Renewable Power Engineering Expertise, Agribusiness and AgriculturalEconomics Expertise, and Human Resource skills expertise d)     Experience of at least two assignments indeveloping countries with similar conditions. 3.      The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank'sGuidelines:  Selection and Employment of Consultants byWorld BankBorrowers  dated January 2011 ;"Consultant Guidelines" setting forth theWorld Bank's  policy on conflict of interest. 4.      Consultants may associate with other firms in form of a joint ventureor a sub-consultancy toenhance their qualifications. The type of Association that is, whether it is a Joint Venture or Association must beclearlyindicated in the Expression of Interest. 5.      Consultants will be selected in accordance with the Quality and Cost Based Selection method setout in the consultant Guidelines 6.      Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hoursfrom 09.00 to 17.00 hours local time from 04th July 2016 ? 22nd July 2016. 7.      Electronic submissions of EOIs shall not be permitted 8.      Sealed Expression of Interest consisting of original and four copies in English should bedelivered to the address below not later than 22nd July, 2016 by 15:00 hour local time. Address:         The PermanentSecretary Ministry ofAgriculture, Animal Industry, and Fisheries Attn: The HeadProcurement and Disposal Unit Procurement andDisposal Unit Office, Plot 16-18,Lugard Avenue, Entebbe -UGANDA. Tel: +256 414 320987/9, +256 414 320327/8 Emailaddress:ps@agriculture.go.ug 9.    The detailed notice of expression ofinterest are available on the Entity's website at http://www.agriculture.go.ug and on the PPDA website www.ppda.go.go/tenderportal NOTE: FIRMS WHICH RESPONDED EARLIER TO THIS REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST NEED NOT APPLY AS THEIRLETTERS WILL BE CONSIDERED DURING EVALUATION.

UG-Energy for Rural Transformation III - P133312

Private Sector Foundation Uganda | Published June 15, 2016  -  Deadline July 5, 2016
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Provision Of Consultancy Services For The Development Of Six Pico/micro Hydro Power Schemes ENERGY FOR RURALTRANSFORMATION PROJECTIII Project ID: P133312 PROVISION OF CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF SIX PICO/MICRO HYDRO POWER SCHEMES REFERENCE NO:         PSFU/CONS/15-16/00001 REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST The Government of Uganda (GOU) has received a Credit from theInternational Development Association (IDA) towards the cost of the third phase of the Energy for Rural Transformation Project (ERTIII) and intends to use part of the proceeds of the Credit towards payment for Consultancy Services for the design and constructionsupervision of six pico/micro hydro schemes in various parts of the country. The  consultancyservices, for each pico/micro scheme, will include carrying out feasibility studies, undertaking Environment and Social ImpactAssessment through preparation of a project brief to be approved by NEMA and a Land Acquisition Plan (LAP) includingcompensationplan where appropriate, mobilization of village communities, preparation of detailed designs and Tender documentationusing the International Development Association's (IDA) applicable standard procurement documents and later provide constructionsupervision of civil, electricaland mechanical works including testing and commissioning of each of the six pico/micro hydroschemes . It is envisaged that activities will be carried out at several sitesat the same time. The sites will include: 1.      Kasese district : a.       RiverKithabona, Kithabona village b.      Munyanyangestream, Bikone village c.       RiverKitegana , Nyambuku village, 2.      Kabarole district: River Mukimiri, Hamabale Trading Center 3.      Gulu District:River Tochi, Awiti & Bardyel villages, , 4.      Mbale District:River Nabuyonga, Bugahene & Rwaso villages The estimated project implementation period for both phase1&2 is 24 calendar months The Private Sector Foundation Uganda(PSFU) now invites eligibleconsulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the services. Interested consultants should provideinformation demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the services. The shortlisting criteria will include: 1.      Experience in at least 2 similarassignments, feasibility study, detailed design, and construction supervision of PICO/micro hydro schemes, 2.      Experience in similar conditions with atleast 2 projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, 3.      Presence of appropriate skills among staffin the areas of i) civil engineering, ii) electrical engineering,  iii) mechanicalengineering, iv) hydrology, v) Social Assessment, Environmental Health, vi) Surveying, vii) geologist and viii) financialmanagement The attention of interested consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of theWorld Bank's Guidelines: Selection andEmployment of Consultants (under IBRD loans and IDA Credits &Grants) by World Bank Borrowers, January 2011,(revised July 2014) ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict ofinterest. Consultants may associate with otherfirms in the form of a jointventure or a sub consultancy to enhance their qualifications. The form of association, where applicable, should be indicated in theexpression of interest. A consultant will be selected in accordance with Quality & CostBased Selection (QCBS) method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Further information can be obtained at the address below duringoffice hours (Monday to Friday, 08:30 ? 17:00 hours, except on public holidays). Expressions of interest (One original plus five copies) must be delivered in a written form to the addressbelow (in person, or by e-mail) by July 5, 2016. The packagesmust be clearly marked:  Expression of Interestfor consultancy services for the development of six pico/micro hydro power schemes ? Proc.Ref No. PSFU/CONS/15-16/00001 The Head, Procurement and Disposal Unit Competitiveness EnterpriseDevelopmentProject Private Sector Foundation Uganda 43 Nakasero Hill Road Kampala-Uganda Email: psfu@psfuganda.org.ug; with copies to: gssebuggwawo@psfuganda.org.ug