Deadline of this Job: 02 December 2022
Tender for the supply, Delivery, Installation and Commissioning of Automated Teller Machines (ATMS) at various branches and ATM sites for the Zambia National Commercial Bank PLC
Zambia National Commercial Bank (Zanaco) Pic invites sealed bids from prospective bidders for the Supply, Delivery, Installation and Commissioning of Ninety (90No.) ATMs at Various Sites.
Interested bidders may obtain further information from and inspect the Request for Proposal documents on the Bank's website: https://www.zanaco.co.zm/news.php?p-265
The telephone numbers are (260) (01) 222109 and 228879. ELECTRONIC OFFERS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
Bids clearly marked, "ZNCB/RFP/COO/39/2022- TENDER FOR THE SUPPLY, DELIVERY, INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING OF AUTOMATED TELLER MACHINES (ATMS) AT VARIOUS BRANCHES AND ATM SITES FOR THE ZAMBIA NATIONAL COMMERCIAL BANK PLC" must be deposited in the tender box on the 4th floor, Zanaco Plc, Head Office, Cairo Road, on or before Friday, 2nd December, 2022 at 15:00hrs local time.
Bids received after the time and date stipulated above will not be accepted
Bids will be opened on the same date soon after closing on the 4th floor at Zanaco Head Office, Cairo road in the presence of Bidders or their representatives who will choose to witness the tender opening.
A pre-bid meeting will be held on Tuesday 8th November, 2022 on at 11.00hrs CAT via Microsoft Teams
INVITATION FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST FOR CONSULTING FIRMS TO DESIGN AND DEVELOP THE GENDER MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (GMIS) TO FACILITATE SECTORAL MANAGEMENT OF THE GENDER KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS AND ENHANCE MULTI-SECTORAL TRACKING OF GENDER
DISAGGREGATED DATA-GEWEL PROJECT
Country: Zambia Name of Project: Girls' Education and Women's Empowerment and Livelihood (GEWEL) Social Protection CONSULTING SERVICES Credit No. 5658 Project ID No. P151451
The Government of the Republic of Zambia (GRZ) and World Bank are jointly supporting the Girls' Education and Women's Empowerment and Livelihood (GEWEL) project under Gender Division Cabinet Office through Gender Division is responsible for coordinating monitoring and implementation of National Gender Policy. Gender Division intends to put in mechanisms and operational instruments to ensure effective co-ordination and successful implementation of the Policies aimed at attaining gender equity and equality
In its quest to reduce gender inequalities in the education sector and empower more women from vulnerable households, government is implementing the Girls Education and Women Empowerment and Livelihood (GEWEL) project. The project is also supporting the development and implementation of a robust Gender Management Information System. The system is expected to strengthen coordination, data storing, dissemination and feedback for the Gender Machinery and stakeholders. To understand better the needed system, the Consultant will need to consult selected users and key stakeholders during the analysis phase.
Gender Division therefore seeks to engage the services of a Consulting firm specialized in Enterprise Software Development facilitate the establishment of the Gender Management Information System (GMIS).
2. Scope of the Assignment
This assignment will include gap analysis, detailed design (physical design), development, and operationalization of the Gender Management Information System as a web-based platform that will allow the Gender Division and the stakeholders in the sector to capture, store and retrieve gender related data in Zambia for information and reporting purposes.
The development of the Gender Management Information System should be completed within 6 months.
2.1 For International selection it is a requirement that a foreign bidder should partner with a citizen bidder.
3. Qualification, Competencies and Requirements
The following qualifications and competencies are required from the consulting firm:
The interested firm must have experience in developing MIS for Goverment institutions, Development partners and Corporate entities;
The Firm shall have least 8 years' experience and capabilities in the field of software development;
The interested firm must have well qualified and experienced staff with at least bachelor's degree in IT related field:
The consulting firm to provide own staff month based on their methodology for each phase of the assignment
The Consulting firm to provide proof of insurance for its staff and equipment;
Individual members of the consulting firm should have at least 8 years of experience in software development; and
The Firm shall have a minimum of 3 certificates of completed work of similar nature and size especially in government and partners at national or at regional level.
3.1 The preferred firm is expected to field in a core team of experts and non-key experts required to deliver the assignment, which will comprise of the following: Software developers, Database developers, Security and Testing engineers, Quality Assurance expertise.
3.2 Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during Office hours (08:00-07:00 hours). Information, including the Terms of Reference (TORS) may also be requested by e-mail by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, and/or firstname.lastname@example.org
The consulting Firm will be selected in accordance with the procedures set out in the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers (current edition),
Cabinet Office now invites eligible consultants to be submitted in sealed envelopes, clearly marked "Expression of Interest (EOI's) for consulting Firms to Design and Develop a Gender Management Information System. Expressions of Interest shall be deposited in the Tender Box to the address stated below before Wednesday, 23 November, 2022 at 10:00hrs local time. Expressions of Interest delivered after 23" November, 2022 at 10:00hrs local time will be rejected
Head-Procurement and Supplies Unit Office of the President Cabinet Office Independence Avenue P. O Box 30208, Lusaka Zambia
Request for Proposals for: The Provision, Installation and Training of a Chlorine Prouction Unit at On Call Africa
RFP No: OCA/2022/RFP/001-KZ
Issue Date: 7nd November 2022
Due Date: 14th November 2022 at 16:00HRS
Description: On Call Africa (OCA) are requesting proposals for the provision, installation, and operations training of a chlorine-production unit.
Requesting Unit/Department: Programmes
Type of Award: Contract
Point of Contact: email@example.com
On Call Africa work in partnership with the Ministry of Health in Zambia to improve access to quality healthcare for marginalised rural communities. We do this by piloting innovative programmes at community level, that meet national objectives, and sharing learning to influence policy and practice. We also support the Ministry of Health to scale programmes that have built evidence of impact.
On the Solar for Improved Rural Health Systems (SIRHES) project we will also pilot a Productive Use of Energy (PUE) technology to produce a low-cost chlorine that can be provided to the facilities and sold to community members for disinfectant and water purification. By providing this low-cost solution we aim to improve hygiene at facility and community level, while providing a means of generating income to support operations and maintenance costs of the solar installations. This element of the project will be delivered by the Kazungula District Health Office (DHO) team and existing Health Centre Committees (HCCs).
As such OCA is inviting proposals from vendors with experience in installing such units with high quality as well as capacity build district staff on usage.
2. Scope of Work
On Call Africa is now inviting sealed bids from eligible and qualified Bidders to provide, install and train on the chlorine-production unit that will produce 120 liters of low-cost chlorine per day, with minimal inputs. Assuming the machine works on every working day (20 days per month), the machine can make 2,400 liters of chlorine per month.
OCA requests the procurement and installation of the unit as well as on-site training. We will request that contractors assess electrification needs of the unit and its structure to produce a Bill of Quantities (BoQs) for an associated solar-powered system to power the unit. Installation of the solar power will be included in a separate contract. The contractor will require the vendor to provide and install the unit and conduct training as a once off order for the project. The vendor will need to propose their initial pricing for each of the items listed below, as well as an activity schedule for installation and training.
Furthermore, OCA requests for a comprehensive training on the use of chlorine-production unit, including operations and maintenance of the unit and health and safety protocols. Below are the items required, as well as the quantities expected. The quantities below should be used for quoting, to enable comparison across applicants.
Contractor Requirements: A local representative/company of the production unit to be based in Zambia is required. This representative should be the focal point for the supplies of the equipment and provide the following services:
- Oversee of the installation of Chlorine Production Unit.
- Provide on-site operation and maintenance training
- Provide a 1-year warranty
- Offer long term after sales services (Including provision of spare parts, technical knowledge & services, and training)
Chlorine Production Unit Requirements:
- Quantity: 1
- Production time per day: average of 8 hours to produce 120L
- Production volume: 120 L of sodium hypochlorite concentrated at 5g/L
- Quantity of chlorine produced: 300 g of active chlorine
- Ability to connect into grid mains electricity with transformer and voltage regulator in case of unstable power (outages/surges)
- Overheat auto switch off
- User manual, simplified SOPs, operation and maintenance, logbook, health and safety guide
- Warranty (repair/spare parts): 1-year
Requirements for Additional Supplies:
- Provision of timer system for easy operation (QUANTITY: 1)
- Provision for testing kits for quality check (QUANTITY: 1)
- Provision of production tank 120 litres, tap and stand: (QUANTITY: 2)
- Provision of refined salt 90Kg (QUANTITY: 1)
- Kitchen scale 5Kg (QUANTITY: 1)
- Measuring jar/cup (QUANTITY: 2)
- Set of 20litres storage non transparent resistant plastic bottles/jerry cans + funnel: (QUANTITY: 12)
- Provision and installation of wooden storage cupboard (80cm high, 30cm deep) – 2doors, 2 shelves (QUANTITY: 1)
- Provision and installation of air extractors 200mm with minimum 60litre or cubic feet per minute
- Personal Protective Equipment set; rubber apron, googles, heavy duty gloves, gum boots (QUANTITY: 1)
- Sulfuric acid/ (H2SO4)/Battery acid for unit blades cleaning: 2.5litres (QUANTITY: 1)
- Extension cable + adaptors set (QUANTITY: 1)
Specifications of goods provided should be exact with no deviations. On Call Africa is seeking the lowest cost possible, while meeting the specifications above.
Warranty period of at least 1 year for the equipment supplied. The warranty should become effective from when installations are done.
3. Proposal Submission Guidelines
The following documents must be provided to be considered for this opportunity:
- Proposalfollowing the section lay-out below:
o General Company background, including:
Proof of business for at least 5 years
Evidence of supplying and delivering similar products in Zambia
Statement on warranty of each product
Certificate of incorporation
Valid Tax Clearance Certificate
o Official Quotationon an official Company Letterhead. Quote must contain the following key elements:
Detailed pricing and activity schedule showing a clear outline of quantities and unit costs as outlined above
Quote should be valid for 30 days minimum.
o Training Materials
Operations and maintenance training materials
Health and safety training materials
Proposed training schedule
4. Proposal Submission Process
All proposals must be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or delivered in person to the On Call Africa Offices at 80S Chipembi Road, Off Tanzania Road, Livingstone no later than 16.00hrs on 14th November 2022.
Late proposals will not be accepted.
5. Proposal Evaluation Process
We will conduct an open procurement process following our procurement policy. A procurement committee will be formed to evaluate bid documents and make recommendations. The recommended contractors will then be evaluated for the best value-for-money and complete a due diligence process. Only the successful contractor will be contacted.
6. Standard Terms and Conditions
The following terms and conditions apply to this RFP and any resulting award:
Pricing must remain valid for not less than thirty (30) calendar days after the application submission deadline.