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09 Aug
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FACILITY MANAGEMENT INVITATION FOR BIDS (IFB)

INVITATION FOR BIDS (IFB)

Deadline: 28th August, 2019

LAGOS STATE GOVERNMENT

LAGOS STATE INFRASTRUCTURE ASSET MANAGEMENT AGENCY (LASIAMA)
FACILITY MANAGEMENT
INVITATION FOR BIDS (IFB)
ISSUE DATE: 14TH AUGUST, 2019

1.0 BACKGROUND
The Lagos State Infrastructure Asset Management Agency (LASIAMA) in pursuance of its infrastructural assets maintenance and management plan has embraced the culture of facility management to ensure professional maintenance of the State Public Assets.

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09 Aug
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Engagement Of Vendors To Provide Catering, Office Stationaries &…

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI)

Deadline: 4th September, 2019

LAGOS STATE GOVERNMENT
MINISTRY OF HEALTH

GRANT MANAGEMENT UNIT

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) FOR THE ENGAGEMENT OF
VENDORS TO PROVIDE CATERING, OFFICE STATIONARIES &
CONSUMABLES SUPPLY, ICT REPAIRS, HOTEL, TRAVEL
MANAGEMENT,

3RD PARTY LOGISTICS AND INSURANCE PROVISION SERVICES
EOI: LSMH/GMU/EOI/G/07/19
Date of Issuance: 8th August 2019

 

1.0 BACKGROUND
The Lagos State Ministry of Health (LSMoH) is a Principal Recipient (PR) for Integrated Global Fund Grant comprising of HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Resilient Sustainable Systems for Health (RSSH). As the Principal Recipient, the Ministry of Health is legally responsible for the management of the integrated grant ensuring
achievement of the programmatic results and accountability of the grant financial resources.

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06 Aug
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(LSETF) Request For Grant Application Proposals From Training Organisations

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI)

Deadline: 30th August, 2019

LAGOS STATE EMPLOYMENT TRUST FUND (LSETF)

THE LSETF & USADF EMPLOYABILITY PROGRAMME
REQUEST FOR GRANT APPLICATION PROPOSALS
FROM TRAINING ORGANISATIONS IN LAGOS

LSETF was established by the Lagos State Employment Trust Fund Law of 2016 to provide financial support to residents of Lagos State. Its primary mandate is to prepare Lagos State residents for entrepreneurship and employment opportunities through the acquisition of skills to get better jobs, tackle unemployment and enable wealth creation.

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23 Jul
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EQUIPPING OF MATERNAL & CHILD CARE CENTRE (MCC), LEKKI.

INVITATION FOR BIDS (IFB)

Deadline: 6th August, 2019

LAGOS STATE GOVERNMENT MINISTRY OF HEALTH

IFB FOR THE EQUIPPING OF MATERNAL & CHILD CARE CENTRE (MCC), LEKKI

IFB No LSMH/NCB-01/G/19

ISSUANCE DATE: JULY 23, 2019

BACKGROUND

In line with its transformational Agenda to become Africa’s Model Megacity, the Lagos State Government (LASG) is in the process of revamping the infrastructure in her public secondary and tertiary health facilities.

In compliance with the requirements of the Lagos State Public Procurement Law 2011, the Lagos State Ministry of Health (LSMOH) now invites sealed bids from eligible and qualified bidders for the equipping of Maternal and Child Care Centre Lekki as indicated below:

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01 Jun
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His Excellency, Gov. Babajide Sanwo-Olu Visits Apapa.

Gov. Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State on Thursday assured residents in the Apapa area of the state that plans were on the way to find a lasting solution to the gridlock in the area. Sanwo-Olu, while on an inspection tour of traffic situation in Apapa, said that the traffic problem in the area and its environs was multi-faceted.

He said it required joint efforts by the State government, their federal counterpart and stakeholders to find a lasting solution.

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01 Jun
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Sanwo –Olu Orders Roads Repairs Direct LASTMA to Work till 11pm

The Governor of Lagos State, Mr Babajide Sanwo – Olu on Thursday 30th May, 2019 signed his first executive order, directing the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority to run at least two shift and work till 11pm.

Sanwo – Olu also asked the Lagos State Public works Corporation (PWC) to commence patching and rehabilitation of bad roads to address the perennial problem of traffic in the State.

He said the order would also ensure the attainment of zero tolerance for environmental abuse, including illegal and indiscriminate dumping of refuse and construction of structures on drainage points and setbacks.

While signing the order, the governor said, ‘’I think we have to make some points about issues that happen around transportation, potholes on our roads, blockages and the rest of it. I think it’s something we need to tackle immediately’’.

Sanwo – Olu who signed the Order in the presence of Security Chiefs and heads of relevant agencies in the State, Said the support and cooperation of Military Personnel could not be over emphasised in the implementation of the Order.

‘’Lagosians are not going to wait for us any longer to maintain orderliness on our roads, hence, I have invited all the Security Chiefs to witness the signing of the executive order so that they can hear us and support us in this regard.
‘’We want to ensure that we control traffic until everybody gets home Safely, LASTMA should, therefore, extend its working hours and ensure traffic control till 11pm’’ he said.

Sanwo – Olu also charged LASTMA to effectively carry out their functions by ensuring strict compliance with all extant traffic rules and regulations as prescribed in the enabling law, address the issue of one – way driving on Lagos roads.

He directed the Office of Drainage Service in the Ministry of the Environment to commence aggressive clearing of all secondary and tertiary drainage systems across the State to ensure the free flow of rain water during the rainy season.

According to the governor, the State Environmental Sanitation Corps has been directed to address environmental issues in the executive order by not necessarily arrest the people but engaging them in effective communication on the need to ensure compliance with environmental laws.

‘’Environmental Offenders are not meant to be arrested, but communicate with them; the one that need to reprimand, let us reprimand, the ones we need to advise let us advise. The people that need to be reformed, reform them,’’ he said.

Sanwo – Olu directed the Vehicle Inspection Service to be more communicative and advisory on issues of bad Vehicle wipers, spare tyres and non-provision of Jacks in Vehicles, among others.

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01 Jun
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Gov. Babajide Sanwo-Olu Addresses State Workers.

The Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu has advised workers in the state to be change agents, assuring them that their concerns would be addressed, but that the workforce must reciprocate his good intention through hard work and innovations to bring about the desired changes and development.

He urged workers in the State to brace up and contribute their quota to the development of the state, saying that they cannot afford to fail Lagosians at this critical point.

Speaking at a meeting with Civil Servants and Permanent Secretaries during his familiarization tour of offices in the Secretariat, Alausa, Sanwo-Olu acknowledged that there were challenges, but urged the workers not to be deterred and imbibe the right attitude to work.

“I know that when we take care of you, you will take care of Lagosians and so those are the promises I want to draw from all of you.

“I know all these because I have been here before but let us begin to think and innovate on how we are going to bake a bigger cake; let us begin to think out of the box and when we do that it becomes available for all.

“I just want to say to Lagosians that new things will begin to happen. Yes, there are issues and that is why there is a word ‘issue’. There will be issues, there will be challenges but out of it, looking at all your faces, we cannot afford to fail the citizens at this period.

The Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu has advised workers in the state to be change agents, assuring them that their concerns would be addressed, but that the workforce must reciprocate his good intention through hard work and innovations to bring about the desired changes and development.

He urged workers in the State to brace up and contribute their quota to the development of the state, saying that they cannot afford to fail Lagosians at this critical point.

Speaking at a meeting with Civil Servants and Permanent Secretaries during his familiarization tour of offices in the Secretariat, Alausa, Sanwo-Olu acknowledged that there were challenges, but urged the workers not to be deterred and imbibe the right attitude to work.

“I know that when we take care of you, you will take care of Lagosians and so those are the promises I want to draw from all of you.

“I know all these because I have been here before but let us begin to think and innovate on how we are going to bake a bigger cake; let us begin to think out of the box and when we do that it becomes available for all.

“I just want to say to Lagosians that new things will begin to happen. Yes, there are issues and that is why there is a word ‘issue’. There will be issues, there will be challenges but out of it, looking at all your faces, we cannot afford to fail the citizens at this period.

“So, my charge is this: whatever we know that we are not doing so well even in the period of Ramadan, let’s ask God for forgiveness,” the Governor said.

He gave the assurance that issues surrounding the minimum wage would be addressed, promising to ensure that the take-home pay of workers will truly take them home.

“On the issue around the minimum wage, we are going to sort that out very soon and I will make sure that whilst we do the work that we are meant to do, your take home will begin to take you home, but Lagosians have to feel it from day one from the way we speak to them and from the way we take their records.”

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06 May
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Procurement Of Furniture And Other Items For The High And Magistrate Courts

INVITATION FOR BIDS (IFB)

Deadline: 20th May, 2019

LAGOS STATE GOVERNMENT MINISTRY OF JUSTICE

NATIONAL COMPETITIVE BIDDING

ISSUANCE DATE: MAY 6, 2019

INTRODUCTION:

The Lagos State Ministry of Justice has secured approval to execute some capital projects as part of its statutory mandates and intends to apply part of the proceeds to payment under the contracts for the Procurement of Furniture and other items for the High and Magistrate Courts, Ajah, Badore.

Bidding will be conducted through National Competitive Bidding (NCB) procedures as specified in the Lagos State Public Procurement Guidelines for Goods and it is open to all bidders as defined in the guidelines.

Procurement Of Furniture And Other Items For The High And Magistrate Courts

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02 May
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Supply And Installation Of Switches For Networking Connectivity

INVITATION FOR BID 

Deadline: 8th May, 2019

LAGOS STATE INFRASTRUCTURE ASSET MANAGEMENT AGENCY (LASIAMA)

NATIONAL COMPETITIVE BIDDING

ISSUANCE DATE: MAY 2, 2019

 

1.0 BACKGROUND

In line with His Excellency’s policy direction of massive and unprecedented investments in infrastructural development for sustainable economic growth. It is imperative for the Agency to redefine the State’s Asset Portfolio bearing in mind the overarching need for unified and simplified administration by utilizing a world class information technology backbone.

Accordingly, the Lagos State Infrastructure Asset Management Agency (LASIAMA) has secured necessary approval to execute some capital projects as part of its statutory mandates and intends to apply part of the budgetary allocation to payment of the following contract:

 

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11 Apr
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Lagos State Government goes e-Procurement

Lagos State Public Procurement Agency Introduces
e-Procurement Vendor Registration Module

In compliance with the Lagos State Public Procurement Agency (PPA) Law Chapter 56, Volume 6, Law of Lagos State 2015 and Guideline on the implementation of procurement process in Lagos State, the Lagos State Public Procurement Agency has completed all arrangements and processes of migration to e–Procurement platform with the commencement of the Vendor Registration Module on Wednesday 10th April, 2019.

The migration to e–Procurement platform by Lagos State Public Procurement Agency will further deepen the implementation, workability and effectiveness of procurement process, with the aim of improving the ease of doing business and make it easier for all Stakeholders in the procurement cycle to conduct business engagements and transactions with Lagos State Government from the comfort of their respective Offices and Homes.

In addition, the Agency’s migration seeks to entrench the core values of Public Procurement that is, probity, accountability, transparency, competitiveness, value-for-money and fairness in the execution of Government Projects and Programmes.

To this end, Lagos State Public Procurement Agency is desirous of delivering an excellent and efficient service delivery to all the Stakeholders in line with International best practices and the State Government vision of a smart City.

The Vendor Registration Module of the e-Procurement Platform will be the first module that was launched (amongst several others) on Wednesday, 10th of April, 2019 by the Lagos State Public Procurement Agency. The Agency hereby encourages all Stakeholders to key into the new module which is aimed at improving service delivery.  For further details, members of the public are enjoined to visit our website – www.lagosppa.gov.ng, click on Contractors Registration and follow the necessary simplified and customer-friendly steps.

 

Mr Fatai Idowu Onafowote
General Manager
Lagos State Public Procurement Agency.

 

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