FEDERAL FIRE SERVICE, NIGERIA.
Email: info@fedfire.gov.ng | Emergency Line: +234 803 2003 557,112 ,122
THE FEDERAL MINISTRY OF INTERIOR THROUGH FEDERAL FIRE SERVICE (FFS)
In Compliance with the Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission Est. Act. 2005 and the National Policy on Public Private Partnerships.

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATION (RFQ) FROM PROSPECTIVE INVESTORS TO FINANCE, UPGRADE, REHABILITATE, OPERATE AND MAINTAIN THE NATIONAL FIRE DATA REPOSITORY CENTER ENTERPRISE UNIT UNDER A PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP (PPP) ARRANGEMENT.


Background/Introduction

In 2012, it came to the notice of the Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) that despite the clear provisions of the Fire Service Act 1963 regarding Fire Safety Regulations in Nigeria, the level of compliance with the regulations by the public and the ministries, departments, and agencies (MDAs) of the FGN has been very low. The result has been uncontrolled fires especially within the markets, public and private buildings and structures. Through a Presidential Circular Ref SGF/OP/1/S3/1X/331, the FGN directed the FFS to commence the enforcement of the Fire Safety Regulations in public and private residences.

 

Following the directive, the FFS established the National Fire Data Repository Center (NFDRC) in 2012 to provide the platform for the implementation, and a system to allow the Federal Fire Service (FFS) provide value-added services to enhance revenue generation.
The Call and Response System feature of the NFDRC, which sends one-way messages to inform the FFS and the public of an emergency, is designed to ensure speedy detection and rapid response to fire emergencies in Nigeria.

 

Pursuant to the above, the Federal Fire Service hereby solicits Request for Qualification (RfQ) from suitably qualified firms to submit proposal of Qualification to finance, upgrade, rehabilitate, operate and maintain the National Fire Data Repository Center Enterprise Unit

 

Request for Qualification (RFQ)

This RFQ is the qualification stage of the PPP procurement process for the Project, and interested firms/consortia are expected to meet the qualification requirements specified in the RFQ package. Only qualified parties shall be invited to the Request for Proposal (RFP) stage. Qualified parties shall execute a Non-disclosure Agreement prior to being issued the RFP bidding documents.

 

Eligibility Criteria

Pre-qualification of interested parties shall be based on the eligibility criteria stated in the RFQ package, which shall be available for download from the websites of the Federal Fire Service www.fedfire.gov.ng and ICRC (www.icrc.gov.ng) respectively.

 

Submission

Completed RFQs must be submitted in Six (6) copies in a sealed envelope clearly marked “REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATION AS THE CONCESSIONAIRE TO FINANCE, UPGRADE, REHABILITATE, OPERATE AND MAINTAIN THE NATIONAL FIRE DATA REPOSITORY CENTER ENTERPRISE UNIT UNDER A PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP (PPP)”. 

ARRANGEMENT.” along with a soft copy version (in USB drive). The RFQs should be addressed and delivered not later than 12 noon January 8th, 2019 at the address below:

 

The Controller General

Federal Fire Service

Area 10,

Garki,

Abuja.

Attention: ICT UNIT

 

Interested applicants may obtain further information at the address above from 8.00am –4.00pm, Monday through Friday (except Public Holidays). Written inquiries must be sent to the under-listed via email and must be received no later one (1)week from date of this RFQ submission.

Emails shall be addressed to: nfdrc@fedfire.gov.ng
Phone: 08055355771

 

 

 

Signed
Management

                                               

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