The U. S. Embassy Abuja has a requirement for mobile telephone services (voice & data) for U. S. Embassy Abuja. This is a multiple-award Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) with a minimum requirement of one month and the maximum requirement will not exceed six months.
For a quotation to be considered, your quotation must be submitted in two formats:
A. Technical Proposal: Your technical proposal which must include but not limited to the following:
- Evidence of license from Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), CAC certification document
- Methodology for meeting the requirements including but not limited to calls within Nigeria, international calls, international roaming, SMS, voice mail and data.
- Performance schedule
- Management plan
- Past performance history with valid contact information for your past and current customers in the last ten (10) years
- Evidence that the offeror/quoter operates an established business with a permanent address and telephone listing in Nigeria or plans to establish an office within 30 days of contract award.
- Proof of registration with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC)
- Proof of SAM registration at the time of proposal submission to include the SAM UEI number.
- List of International roaming partners.
- Welcome back package/plans and porting procedures (incoming and outgoing)
- Offerors must state how they intend to link all official lines to the National Identity Numbers (NIN) as mandated by the National Communications Commission (NCC).
B. Price proposal per seconds/minute for both voice and texts and mb for data
Offerors must also complete and submit the following:
C. SF-1449 (blocks 17, 24 and 30). Block 24 should list the total value of the 6 months.
D. NDAA certification as attached
The U.S. Embassy intends to issue multiple-award contracts to the responsible offerors representing best value using comparative evaluation authorized under FAR 13.106-2(b) (3). A comparative evaluation is defined as the act of comparing two or more offers in response to the RFQ. The item-by-item comparison is performed by comparing each offer directly to one another to determine which provides the best value to the Embassy.
We intend to award a purchase order based on initial quotations, without holding discussions, although we may hold discussions with companies if there is a need to do so.
All quotations must be sent to Abujaprocurement@state.gov no later than 4.40pm on September 29, 2023 (Local time).
The deadline for receipt of quotations is September 29 at 1600 hours local time. No quotations will be accepted after this time.