NIGERIAN COPYRIGHT COMMISSION
HEADQUARTERS, FEDERAL SECRETARIAT COMPLEX, PHASE I, ANNEX II, GROUND FLOOR, SHEHU SHAGARY WAY MAITAMA, ABUJA.
1.1 The Federal Government of Nigeria has provided funds in the 2022 Appropriation Act to the Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC) to execute policies, programmes, and projects aimed at achieving its mandate.
1.2 To this end, experienced and competent firms, registered with the Commission, shall be invited to submit bids, vide Request for Quotations (RFQs), for the execution of the under-listed Capital Expenditure.
CATEGORY A – GOODS
LOT Nos. PROJECT DESCRIPTION
A Purchase and installation of 6 nos 1Kva-5Kva solar inverter system in Lagos Office, 4 State Offices of the Commission and Head Office.
G Purchase of office furniture (chairs and tables) for the 14 State offices.
J1 Computerization of Head office and Lagos office copyright levy order and Anti-Piracy stamp sections (purchase of 50 laptops, 4 severs computers, networking infrastructure and dedicated backup power system).
J2 Establishment and Computerization of compliance desks in 14 State offices of the Commission (including the purchase of WIFI and connectivity for 1 year, 2022).
K Purchase and installation of 6 Nos. photocopiers with Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) and setting
L Purchase and installation of 2 Nos. high-speed document scanners with ADF for Head Office, Abuja.
J3 Purchase of 40 Laptops Computers for 14 State Offices and Head Office to Aid Effective Field Monitoring Work and Service Delivery
J4 Purchase and Installation of 10 Desktop Units with UPS and Accompanying Printers
CATEGORY B – WORKS
LOT Nos. PROJECT DESCRIPTION
C2 Remodeling of Anti-Piracy Stamp Storage Room
F1 Remodeling the interior of the Lagos Office building to accommodate the creation of additional units (levy order and Anti-Piracy Stamps units), and an Anti-Piracy stamp storage room for controlled temperature storage of stamps.
F2 Remodeling of the interior of 13 additional State offices of the Commission to accommodate 2 additional units and their accompanying infrastructure.
CATEGORY C – SERVICES
LOT Nos. PROJECT DESCRIPTION
D1 Grass root engagement with Stakeholder Associations in the Creative Sector in six (6) geo-political zones of the country to obtain buy-in and patronage of the Anti-Piracy stamps.
D2 Production of publicity materials for Distribution of creative Industry Practitioners and Owners of Copyright Works, through their respective associations for direct and enhanced communication and to prevent message distribution through informal communication (pamphlets, posters and banners)
D3 Print and electronic media campaigns to create public awareness, boost the Anti-Piracy stamps’ effective deployment, and secure the government’s revenue.
D4 Bi-monthly (twice monthly) Anti-Piracy operations across 6 geo-political zone of Nigeria in collaboration with the Nigerian Police, DSS and other enforcement agencies
D5 Quarterly joint border inspection with the Nigerian Customs Service in all border areas/points of entry across the federation
D6 Design, production, and placement of awareness/publicity materials in print, electronic and social media to facilitate stakeholder buy-in and enhance compliance.
D7 Interface with media by the Federal Ministry of Justice, Nigerian Copyright Commission and Nigeria Customs Service as part of high-level pre-commencement outreach towards kick-off of the copyright levy order.
D8 Further sensitization forums for Importers Association of Nigeria (IMAN) and Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) in the six geopolitical zones are preparatory to the commencement of the copyright levy order to enhance compliance.
D9 Conceptualization and Design of Covert and Overt Security Features of Anti-Piracy Stamp including Hardware Component
to Aid the Detection of Counterfeit Stamp
D10 Monthly monitoring visits to ensure compliance with the copyright law by outfits producing/selling items capable of being used for infringement.
D11 Hosting of a roundtable with Board and Management of Licenced Collecting Societies to develop frameworks for disbursements of levies accruable to societies, and compliance check mechanism.
E Logistics cost for conveying seizures to safe houses (including the cost of handling seized containers).
I1 Conceptualization and design of front and back-end mobile authentication system as a second-factor authentication system to be integrated with the Anti-Piracy stamps (including software-as-a-service).
I2 Implementation of Document Management System (DMS) to enhance service delivery and reduce turnaround time for compliance certification.
I3 Development of an online application and compliance verification system for import clearance of copyright works.
3. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:
All registered firms must have submitted updated copies of the under-listed documents while renewing their registration for the current year to be considered for an invitation:
i. Evidence of Company Income’s Tax Clearance Certificate (or Personal Income Tax Clearance Certificate of all Partners in case of Business Name) for the last three (3) years valid till 31st December 2022;
ii. Evidence of current Pension Clearance Certificate valid till 31st December 2022 (applicable where the number of staff is at least 15);
iii. Evidence of current Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Compliance Certificate valid till 31st December 2022 (applicable where the number of staff is at least 5 or less than 5 employees but with a Turnover of N50m and above per annum);
iv. Evidence of current Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF) Clearance Certificate valid till 31st December 2022;