16 Monday, December 4 2017 | NEW ERA TENDER INFORMATION As an added bonus for our readers we will publish the results of all tenders opened in public from Mondays to Thursdays on a regular basis. This information is noted and reported by a New Era Reporter Closing at Ministry of Finance 16 November 2017 Leasing of Photocopy Machines Seven offers were received for the leasing of forty (40) Multi- Functional Digital Photocopy Machines for a period of 36 months for Inland Revenue to the Ministry of Finance when tender nr. NCS/ONB09-5/2017 closed at their offices at the Fiscus Building, John Meinert Street in Windhoek at 11H00 on Thursday, 16 November 2017. Tender prices (if provided) and mandatory documents attached as announced for: 1. Nashua 356 390.40; discount included; all mandatory documents attached and valid 2. Independent Business Systems option 1 647 680.00 option 2 854 400.00 option 3 741 120.00 option 4 947 840.00; no discount indicated; all mandatory documents attached and valid 3. Konica Minolta 312 800.00 for 36 months; discount included; no affirmative action compliance certificate attached; all other mandatory documents attached and valid 4. Green Enterprises Solutions option 1 082 995.03 option 2 011 424.55; no discount indicated; all mandatory documents attached and valid 5. G-Tech 015 520.00; no letter of intent/bid security attached; all other mandatory documents attached and valid 6. Schoemans 8 800.00 per month; copies of tax and social security certificates attached; all other mandatory documents attached and valid 7. Canocopy 3 855.20 no affirmative action compliance certificate and bid security attached; all other mandatory documents attached and valid Closing at NamWater 21 November 2017 Six tenders closed at NamWater’s Head Quarters , 176 Iscor Street in Windhoek at 11H00 on Tuesday, 21 November 2017. G/BP/NW-030/2018 Pump Sets Two bids were received for the procurement of three (3) 45VR11 Franklin Bare Shaft Pump Vertical Mult-Stage Pump Sets to the Namibia Water Corporation. Bid prices as announced for: 1. Jaquadech Engineering 7 650.00 2. Evale Investment 058 494.20 NCS/RFQ/NW-06/2018 Share Point Document Management System Development Two bids were received for the provision of a Share Point Document Management System Development to the Namibia Water Corporation. Bid prices as announced for: 1. Intratech IT Solutions Namibia 250.00 2. Green Enterprise Solutions 3 200.00 G/RFQ/NW-060/2018 Electrical Control Switchboard Five bids were received for the supply and delivery of one (1) Electrical Control Switchboard for the Hardap Extension, Phase 2 to the Namibia Water Corporation. Bid prices as announced for: 1. Industrial Control & Engineering 394.27 2. Central Technical Supplies 921.20 3. Dynamic Power Solutions 044.94 4. Evale Investment 5 117.85 5. Ecoprojects 401.61 G/RFQ/NW-063/2018 Vosa Gate Valve Two bids were received for the supply and delivery of a Vosa Gate Valve to the Namibia Water Corporation. Bid prices as announced for: 1. Heat Exchange Products 100.00 2. Aqua Services & Engineering 2 764.90 G/RFQ/NW-064/2018 Filter Sand Two bids were received for the supply and delivery of one (1) Filter Sand for the Hardap Purification Plant to the Namibia Water Corporation. Bid prices as announced for: 1. Heat Exchange Products 125.00 2. Aqua Services & Engineering 553.45 G/RFQ/NW-065/2018 Filter Sand Two bids were received for the supply and delivery of one (1) Filter Sand for the Rosh Pinah Purification Plant to the Namibia Water Corporation. Bid prices as announced for: 1. Heat Exchange Products 6 800.00 2. Aqua Services & Engineering 0 756.83 Methods of Procurement Subject to section 27 (2) of the Public Procurement Act the following choices for procurement are available to the Central Procurement Board or a public entity: 1. Procurement of goods, works and non-consultancy services by means of: • Open advertised bidding • Restricted bidding • Request for sealed quotations • Direct procurement • Execution by public entities • Emergency procurement • Small value procurement • Request for proposals • Electronic reverse auction Apart from open advertised bidding, the other methods of bidding under the procurement of goods, works and nonconsultancy services may be used if the public entity has reason to believe that open advertised bidding: • Does not support Government policies like empowerment and the provision of equal access to all eligible and qualified bidders. • Is not efficient or practical for the procurement in question. • Is too costly to apply, given the value of the procurement. In the case that any of these eight methods were used, the Board/entity must report the grounds for the said choice of procurement 2. Procurement of consultancy services, by request for proposals on the basis of: • Quality and cost • Quality alone • Quality and fixed budget •Least cost and acceptable quality 3.1 Open advertised bidding: When used, the invitation to bid or pre-qualify, is published: • In a newspaper with wide circulation. • In case of international bidding in selected international media with wide circulation. • In the public procurement portal with a prescribed disclaimer. This type of bidding allows for a public entity to give an advantage or preference to Namibian goods, services, suppliers or persons in the empowerment (previously disadvantaged) categories in case of the open advertised bidding process. 3.2 Open national bidding: Makes provision for participation in open advertised bidding strictly to citizens of Namibia or entities incorporated in Namibia with no less than 51% Namibian Citizen shareholding of which no less than 30% is owned by previously disadvantaged persons where these limitations are part of the invitation. 3.3 Open international bidding: Method of bidding applicable when: • The estimated value of the procurement exceeds the prescribed threshold • Goods or services are not available under competitive price and other conditions from more than one supplier in Namibia • No bids were received at the open national bidding invitation and goods/services are available from international bidders. 3.4 Restricted bidding: May be used_ • If a public entity has reason to believe that the goods or services are only available from a limited number of bidders • If the time and cost of considering a large number of bids is too large or to small in comparison to the value of the procurement and the estimated value of the procurement does not exceed the prescribed threshold • Limiting participation in a particular procurement to those suppliers appearing on pre-approved supplier eligibility lists drawn up and maintained by the public entity in a prescribed manner in order to make sure that suppliers of specialized goods and services have and maintain the needed technical and financial capability to supply those goods and services. • When this manner of bidding is use on grounds that public entity has reason to believe that the goods or services are only available from a limited number of bidders, it must directly ensure to obtain bids from all known suppliers capable of supplying these goods and services. When this manner of bidding is use on grounds that the time and cost of considering a large number of bids is too large or to small in comparison with to the value of the procurement and the estimated value of the procurement does not exceed the prescribed threshold, it must, as far as reasonably possible, directly ensure to obtain bids from a minimum of five suppliers. 3.5 Request for sealed quotations: May be used for the procurement of: • Readily available commercially standard goods not specially manufactured to the particular specifications of the public entity, small services or small works; if the estimated value of the procurement does not exceed the prescribed threshold By law the public entity must in writing ask for sealed quotations from three tenderers, with the exception that the goods required are not available from three tenderers. In this request a clear statement of the requirements of the public entity in terms of quality, quantity, terms and time of delivery and other special requirements, together with other information as may be prescribed, should be included. DISCLAIMER: NOTE THAT NEITHER NEW ERA NOR THE TENDER BOARD IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY WRONG INFORMATION OR ERRORS.
Monday, December 4 2017 | NEW ERA ADVERT 17 nfcpt_22_11_17 Introducing To you, the newly appointed National Fish Consumption Promotion Trust Board of trustees. Mrs. Suzan Ndjaleka Chairperson (Reappointed) The Chairperson is a career Accountant, plying her trade with COSDEC in Lüderitz, having further served the Lüderitz community from – in her capacity as Chairperson of the Lüderitz Town Council coupled with the tenure being the Vice President of Namibia’s National Mayors Forum. The Chairperson is passionate about contributing to the promotion of various vocational skills and entrepreneurs development amongst aspiring entrepreneurs and within her immediate community and the //Karas region; through mentorship and training. The Chairperson has successfully completed additional training in other Professional and Business Development courses, arming her with the necessary skills and experience; to lead a multi-disciplinary team of professionals to ensure the mandate of the NFCPT is executed. Mr. Dantago //Hoabeb Deputy Chairperson The Deputy Chairperson, holds a M.Sc. degree in Business Economics (Special Field: Cooperative Sciences) from the Philipps University, Marburg/Lahn in the Republic of Germany. The Deputy Chairperson has extensive experience both in commercial and development banking, principles and design of lending policies and lending products, having further gained valuable management experience at senior executive level over the past 22 years and played a central role in the formulation of the Namibian Development Corporation’s re-engineering process in 1998 and the subsequent design of the lending environment and products. The Deputy Chairperson further assisted in setting up the Enterprise Namibia Foundation project during 1999 and was appointed as its first Country CEO. The Deputy Chairperson was tasked with the formulation of the Policy Framework of GIPF’s Development Capital Portfolio (DCP) which was adopted in August 2000. The Deputy Chairperson now works as a portfolio manager for a newly established asset management business in Windhoek, his hobbies and personal interests are farming, music and reading. Mrs. Charlene Hartung Trustee Chairperson - Audit & Risk Committee Trustee Hartung is a qualified marketing management graduate, having obtained key expertise within the marketing discipline, which she envisages ploughing back into the NFCPT. Trustee Hartung is not new to the shores of the NFCPT, having served as both Acting and Chief Executive Officer from 2013 to 2015. Under her tutelage, the NFCPT has been credited with having launched the Annual National Fish Consumption Day; which is hosted nationally in various regions in fulfillment of the mandate of the NFCPT. Trustee Hartung, is enjoying life as an entrepreneur, where she occupies a key role in the family business that has been operational for the past 20 years. Mr. Gideon Thomas Trustee (Reappointed) Trustee Thomas currently serves as Head of Operations for NAPWU’s member representation. Trustee Thomas has served the fisheries fraternity for the past fifteen years, where his decorated career included being one of Namibia’s first few black Fisheries Inspectors, post-independence. Trustee Thomas underwent training in various fields and aspects related to the Law of the Sea inclusive aspects of delimitations of marine boundaries, Policing, Personal and Crafts Safety, Control, Monitoring and Surveillance of Marine and Inland fisheries resources, as well as processes involving legal drafting of legislative protocols governing the fisheries sector. Trustee Thomas being self-taught, is a self-directed researcher and brings with him wealth of experience in both prudent general management concepts, labour relations management and control, leadership provision management and control, general law experience and track record of leadership at various levels and in various organizations. Mrs. Nicole Kloppers Trustee Chairperson - HR & Remco Committee Trustee Kloppers holds a B-Juris and LLB degree from the University of Namibia. She is further an admitted legal practitioner in Namibia and currently practicing law as a Consultant for Cronje & Co. where she works in both litigation and commercial law work focusing on the insurance industry but also working with various different clients both local and international. Trustee Kloppers left full-time private practice to assist her husband in their own business ventures, which focuses in a various spectrum of industries focusing on job creation for the low-skilled workers through SME development. Trustee Kloppers is a focused Entrepreneur and holds a certificate in Small Business Management & Entrepreneurship. She is also a member of various committees and trusts. Trustee Kloppers’ legal, analytical, entrepreneurial skills and practical thinking will be fruitful in adjudicating her duties as Trustee for the NFCPT. Bringing fish to the nation