PUBLIC NOTICE: RE- INVITATION FOR PREQUALIFICATION & TENDER FOR EXECUTION OF YEAR 2018 CAPITAL PROJECTS.

This is to inform the general public particularly those companies that have been prequalified for the above mentioned project that the deadline for submission of financial bid has been extended to 6th Nov.2018 by 12 noon prompt. This extension is to enable bidders have more time for their financial bid submission, please.
Signed: Head of Procurement. For; CGPS.

INVITATION TO TENDER FOR THE SUPPLY OF FOODSTUFFS AND COOKING GAS TO PRISONS NATIONWIDE, FOR THE PERIOD 1ST JANUARY TO 31ST DECEMBER, 2019

1. INTRODUCTION:
In compliance with the provisions of Public Procurement Acts 2007 regarding the procurement of goods, works and services, the Nigerian Prisons Service hereby invites interested reputable food contractors/general suppliers to tender for the supply of foodstuff and cooking gas to the under-listed Main and Satellite Prisons for the period 1st January to 31st December, 2019.

2. SCOPE OF SUPPLY
The contractors should be capable of supplying both the foodstuff and cooking gas as a single contract during the period. This involves making adequate cooking gas and dry foodstuff available in stock for at least 7 days regularly. The cooking gas and foodstuff items to be supplied are detailed in tender documents obtainable from the Procurement Department, Nigerian Prisons Service, National Headquarters, Abuja, State Prisons Headquarters Nationwide and all Prisons Zonal offices.
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#1 SALES OF GOVT. ASSET(VEHICLES) 1000082645
#2 SALES OF GOVT. ASSET(GOODS) 1000082632
#3 PRISONS INDUSTRY 1000082593
#4 PRISONS AGRIC 1000082551
#5 TENDER FEE 1000082548
#6 CONTRACT AGREEMENT FEE 1000082522
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