Requirements for Contracts in Nigeria - Vendors/Companies/Contractors/Persons

Requirements for Contracts in Nigeria - Vendors/Companies/Contractors/Persons

In this article, you will know the Requirements to Apply & Win Contracts in Nigeria. Do you have a registered company in Nigeria? Are you a contractor? Are you searching for contract from the Federal or State Government or big private companies in Nigeria? Do you want to be engaged in construction, civil building and procurement activities?

If yes, then you must read this and know the Compulsory Requirements for Vendors/Companies/Contractors/Persons before you can apply for bidding, or win a contract.

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Requirements for Contracts Application in Nigeria

Companies/Contractors/Persons wishing to transact business with any Nigerian Ministry, Commission, Parastatals etc shall be expected to have necessary competence and possess the under-listed before any business can be transacted with them:
  1. Certificate of Company’s Incorporation/Registration with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC)
  2. Company’s Current Three (3) Years Tax Clearance Certificate
  3. Tax Identification Number
  4. Evidence of National Identification Number Registration with NIMC by Company Directors who are Nigerians
  5. Company’s Current Three (3) Years Audited Account
  6. Certificate Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Compliance Certificate
  7. Current PENCOM Compliance Certificate
  8. Evidence of Successful Conduct of Similar Projects in the Past, not later than five (5) years from date of bidding
  9. Sworn affidavit indicating that Company is not in Receivership nor any of its Directors involved or convicted of any fraudulent activity
  10. Accompanying sworn affidavit of disclosure; to disclose clearly if any of the officers (or related persons) of the National Identity
  11. Management Commission or the Bureau for Public Procurement (BPP) is a former or present Director of the company
  12. A sworn affidavit that the Company is not a replacement for a hitherto Tax defaulting Company
  13. Evidence of Financial Capability and Banking Support
  14. Current Evidence of Registration on the National Database of Contractors, Consultants and Service Providers of the Bureau for Public Procurement (BPP)
  15. Original Documents should be available for sighting on demand.

With these requirements in place, you can apply for any Federal or State Government office in Nigeria because you are now fully eligible to handle a contract under the laws of Nigeria.

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