The Government of the Virgin Islands (GOVI) acting through the Survey Department is seeking the services of a qualified and suitable professional individual or firm to provide digital photogrammetric services for the resurvey of the British Virgin Islands. Funding for these works will be through the GOVI.
SCOPE OF WORKS
This assignment, for which tenders are hereby invited, is for the acquisition of new true colour photography, for creation of digital topographic mapping, contour data, digital orthophotos digital terrain models and digital surface models of the islands and surrounding reefs in the British Virgin Islands in accordance with the aforementioned drawings and specifications of the Tender Document.
INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS
Tenderers are required to furnish originals of the following:
(a) Payroll Taxes and Social Security: Tenderers registered in the British Virgin Islands will be required to submit updated Certificates of Good Standing (sample forms included in the Tender Document) to effect that the Tenderer has complied with the provisions and have fulfilled the obligations under the Social Security Act Ordinance, CAP, 266, Payroll Taxes Act No. 18. Of 2004, and Income Tax Ordinance CAP. 206 of the Government of the Virgin Islands. These certificates can be obtained from :-
(i) The Director of the Social Security Board; and
(ii) The Commissioner of Inland Revenue
(b) Tenderers operating in the British Virgin Islands are required to submit a Trade License (valid for 2015) (if Partnership or Sole Proprietorship)
(c) Tenderers registered as companies (or individuals) in a jurisdiction outside the British Virgin Islands must demonstrate proof of their ability to legally operate a business; for example, Trade License and/or company registration documents; and
(d) Tenderers registered as companies in the British Virgin Islands are required to submit a Certificate of Good Standing from the Commercial Registry (if a company) (valid for 2015)
Note: The date of issue indicated on the above-mentioned certificates should be no earlier than one month prior to the date of submission.
(e) Tenderers must provide with their Tender Security, not less than 10% of their bid price, issued by a Bank or accredited Insurance Company.
(f) Tenderers are to supply other documentation as listed in the Tender Document, Instruction to Tenderers, Clause 1.9—Documents Comprising the Tender.
Failure on the part of the tenderers to enclose the supporting documentations indicated above with each respective tender will render the tender non-responsive on the date of the opening of bids.