DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY AND INDUSTRY
TENDER INVITATION NOTICE
The County Government of Kisumu invites sealed tenders from ELIGIBLE LOCAL CONTRACTORS FOR THE SUPPLY, INSTALLATION AND COMMISIONING OF FLOOD LIGHTS. BIDDERS CAN TENDER FOR MORE THAN ONE LOT BUT WILL NOT BE AWARDED MORE THAN TWO (2) LOTS. THE LOWEST EVALUATED MOST RESPONSIVE BID IN EACH LOT WILL BE RECOMMENDED FOR AWARD.
Bids are invited for projects as summarized below.Kindly click on the links to download;
Bidders must provide valid and certified copies of the following:
- Certificate from National Construction Authority (NCA 5)
- Licenses of registration with EPRA (former ERC) class A, B
- Certificate of Incorporation or Business Registration
- Tax Compliance Certificate
- Details of experience of similar works completed in the last two years
- The names, qualification and experience of key personnel
- Audited accounts for the last two years
REPUBLIC OF KENYA
THE COUNTY GOVERNMENT OF KISUMU
- Details of the major equipment relevant for use in the project
Interested eligible candidates may obtain further information and specification details from and Inspect Tenders Documents at the Department of Energy and Industry Office 8th floor Prosperity House (formerly PC’s building) during normal working hours.
The bids should be submitted by post in plain envelopes clearly marked.
TENDER FOR SUPPLY, INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING FLOOD LIGHTS LIGHTING POINTS WITHIN KISUMU COUNTY STATING SPECIFIC LOT APPLIED FOR AND ADDRESSED TO;
THE COUNTY SECRETARY
COUNTY GOVERNMENT OF KISUMU
P.O. BOX 2738 – 40100
DEPOSITED IN THE TENDER BOX AT THE EIGHTH FLOOR ENTRANCE OF THE ENERGY & INDUSTRY SO AS TO BE RECEIVED NOT LATER THAN FRIDAY 16TH DECEMBER, 2019 AT 12 NOON.
The tenders will be opened on the same day at 12 noon in the Departments Board room. Bidders or their representatives who wish to witness the opening are invited to attend.
The County Government of Kisumu does not bind itself to accept the lowest tender.
SUPPLY & IMPLEMENTATION OF VEHICLE TRACKING AND FLEET MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
INVITATION TO TENDER
TENDER NO.CGK/FIN/2019: SUPPLY & IMPLEMENTATION OF VEHICLE TRACKING AND FLEET MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
County Government of Kisumu (CGK) invites sealed tenders from eligible candidates for the Supply & Implementation of Vehicle Tracking and Fleet Management System.
Interested eligible candidates may obtain further information from and inspect the tender documents from
Procurement Office at the County Headquarters’, Prosperity House, 2nd Floor Wing “A”. A complete tender document may be obtained by interested candidates on normal working days between 8.30 a.m and 4.00 p.m or Download from the CGK website www.kisumu.go.ke, upon payment of a non-refundable fee of Kenya Shillings One Thousand (Kshs. 1,000) payable in cash or bankers’ cheque to County Government of Kisumu.
Completed tender documents in plain sealed envelopes clearly marked “CGK/F&EP/TRA/FLEET/001/2019-2020: Supply & Implementation of Vehicle Tracking and Fleet Management System should be addressed and delivered to: THE COUNTY SECRETARY, COUNTY GOVERNMENT OF KISUMU, P.O. BOX 2738-40100 KISUMU. Or be deposited in the Tender Box at CGK Headquarters’, 2nd Floor Main Reception marked “TENDER BOX” so as to be received on or before 10.00 am on Friday 13th December, 2019.
Tender opening will be carried out immediately thereafter at the CGK Board Room
Tenders must be accompanied by Bid Bond of 2% of the Tender sum in the format specified in the tender documents.
Tenders will be opened immediately thereafter in the presence of the tenderers representatives who choose to attend the opening at CGK Board Room
HEAD OF SUPPLY CHAIN
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Land demarcation, acquirement of Miwani Sugar plantations and the free taxation policy were some of the issues that arose during the sensitization of political leaders on the development of the Special Economic Zones (SEZs) held on the 15th July, 2019 at Wigot Gardens in Kisumu.
Kisumu is one of the three Counties ear marked under the provision of the SEZs in the Vision 2030 along Mombasa and Lamu whose steps in the creation of SEZs in their regions is on course.
According to the county department of energy and industrialization, identification of land due to factors that declare a region qualified to be of use and rebellion from the community are some of the challenges. The County government has however taken the challenges as stepping stones to achieving greatness thus sensitizion of political leaders to help them reach the grassroots.
“Kisumu is 95% consumer and 5% producer, there is need to engage more in manufacturing and processing in the County by introducing the Special Economic Zones. The county will only grow if it seizes to be a consumer in the market of most services but also produces for its own economic gain. The produce will not only be for export purposes but also for local consumption,” said Alice Moraa, the County Executive Commissioner Energy and Industrialization.
The SEZ earmarked Muhoroni region for demarcation, with issues such as the acquirement of Miwani Sugar Plantations, free taxation policy and whether land would be leased at similar prices for foreign investors and local investors.
The County Representatives agreed to have a similar mission for the realization of the initiative in each of their regions and come up with a domesticated Act that would address better the issues that came up in the meeting.
The on the ongoing Special Economic Zones project which set to be launched by the right Hon. Raila Amollo Odinga on the 15th of august will see more than 1million employment opportunities and more than 3 million at the completion.
many investors both local but also international already interested in being part of the zone. The county representatives agreed that the initiative was good for the region.
“As leaders let us listen and internalize. Let us speak one language that is the way forward to achieve actuality of the SEZs and with uniformity let us engage our various communities. Between now and August there’s little time for sensitization of the community on the ground, the message we should put across should be similar because this is good for our people,” Joshua Auko, MCA Ombeyi.
BY ANNETTE ACHIENG’ AND JOAN AMIMO