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  • PROCUREMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLE – ONE (1) 4X4 DOUBLE CAB PICK-UP

    The Government of Jamaica has received a loan from the World Bank towards the cost of the INTEGRATED COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROJECT (ICDP). The Jamaica Social Investment Fund intends to apply part of the proceeds of this loan to cover payments under the following contracts: PROCUREMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLE – ONE (1) 4X4 DOUBLE CAB PICK-UP 

    Collection Period: 
    Friday, March 27, 2020 - 8:30am to Thursday, April 9, 2020 - 12:00pm
  • BASIC NEEDS TRUST FUND NINTH CYCLE (BNTF 9) CPFSA (CDA) THERAPEUTIC TREATMENT CENTRE CONSTRUCTION – ST. ANDREW (#073273)

    The Project is being implemented by the Jamaica Social Investment Fund. The Jamaica Social Investment Fund has contracted a Consultant who will provide design and supervision services for the Project activities. The Jamaica Social Investment Fund, the Executing Agency, now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for CPFSA (CDA) Therapeutic Treatment Centre Construction , St. Andrew - (#073273). The works include, but are not limited to the following: The scope of works involves the construction of a model therapeutic care centre, 650m2, for children in Jamaica with a series of rooms for consultation, observation, operations and administration. The structure will also have an outdoor courtyard, construction of the associated external works such as establishing of a parking lot, fencing, and construction of sewage treatment system. The project will also consider the placement of the structure in close proximity to an operational existing building. The project will also include the construction of bathrooms with the associated sewage treatment system. Construction period is six (6) months.

    Collection Period: 
    Monday, March 23, 2020 - 11:30am to Wednesday, April 22, 2020 - 12:00pm
  • PROCUREMENT OF PLUMBING LEAK DETECTION KITS

    The Jamaica Social Investment Fund now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for the Procurement of Plumbing Leak Detection Kits. The scope of works involves the supply and delivery on site of I.T. Equipment in keeping with the specifications outlined in the bidding document.                               All Bidders must submit a valid Tax Compliance Certificate (TCC) or Tax Compliance Letter (TCL) and proof of registration with the Public Procurement Commission (PPC) at the time of bid opening in the category “General Supplies” (See www.ncc.gov.jm).

    Collection Period: 
    Wednesday, March 18, 2020 - 2:00pm to Tuesday, March 31, 2020 - 12:00pm
  • PROCUREMENT OF I.T. EQUIPMENT FOR THE CLARENDON MUNICIPAL CORPORATION & GOVERNMENT AGENCIES

    The Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF) was established in 1996 as a component of the Government of Jamaica’s strategy to reduce poverty.  The Fund promotes, appraises, finances and supervises social and economic infrastructure projects, including schools, roads, agro-processing, water, sanitation, health centres, community centres, homes for children and the elderly, as well as, vocational skills training, counselling, parenting, life education and organizational strengthening. The Government of Jamaica has received a loan from the World Bank towards the cost of the INTEGRATED COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROJECT (ICDP). The Jamaica Social Investment Fund intends to apply part of the proceeds of this loan to cover payments under the following contracts:  PROCUREMENT OF I.T. EQUIPMENT FOR THE CLARENDON MUNICIPAL CORPORATION & GOVERNMENT AGENCIES - Bid No. 73626  Lot 1:    5 DronesLot 2:    16 LaptopsLot 3:    5 PrintersLot 4:    GIS Tablets 3 Trimble T10 with accessories 3 Trimble TDC 150 Handheld with accessories 6 Trimble TDC 100 with accessories Lot 5:    3  44-inch Plotters    Lot 6:    58 Desktop Computers               NOTE:  BIDDERS MAY BID ON ANY OR ALL LOTS 

    Bid Number: 
    73626
    Collection Period: 
    Tuesday, March 10, 2020 - 8:45am to Tuesday, March 31, 2020 - 12:00pm
  • DESIGN & BUILD SERVICES FOR ADVANCEMENT IN INCLUSIVE EDUCATION AND RECREATIONAL SERVICES (SENCO PHASE 2), ST. ANDREW (#073601)

    The Jamaica Social Investment Fund, the Executing Agency, now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for Design & Build Services for Advancement in Inclusive Education and Recreational Services (SENCO Phase 2); #73601; Bid No. 9117.The Project is being implemented by the Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF). JSIF has contracted a Consultant who will provide supervision services for the Project activities. The works include, but are not limited to the following: The project will involve the design and construction of an inclusive sensory playground to facilitate the play and development of special needs children in particular. The project will also involve the construction of bathrooms and associated treatment systems with access and portability for the disabled. The playground will houses sensory activity wall, sensory tactile walkway, inclusive Swing (accommodating wheelchairs, children with cerebral palsy, swings to facilitate adults with disabled children, primary bipod swing, two chair seat glider swing and etc.) Griffin Outdoor Percussion Musical Instruments, Metal commercial play system: “corral” mini-course, trampoline and aromatic plant area. The project will also include electrical pumped misters with associated potable water connection and the installation of LED outdoor security lighting and associated electrical system. Also included is the disabled accessible concrete pathway to guide users to the various elements of the playground. The estimated delivery time is sixteen (16) months (including design, approvals, construction and 6 months defects liability period). 

    Bid Number: 
    9117
    Collection Period: 
    Tuesday, March 3, 2020 - 9:45am to Wednesday, March 18, 2020 - 12:00pm
  • 93 Persons Trained To Work In Communities As Utility Wardens

    Minister without Portfolio in the Office of the Prime Minister, Hon. Michael Henry (3rd left) presents the most improved trophy to Kenneth Williams (2nd left), during the graduation ceremony for the Jamaica Social Investment Fund’s (JSIF) Alternative Livelihood Skills Programme (ALSP), held at the Spanish Court Hotel in New Kingston on February 25. Looking on (from left) are: Water Audit Specialist/Trainer and Chief Executive Officer, Diaspora AI, Dr. Kala Fleming; Managing Director of JSIF, Omar Sweeney; and Social Services Manager at the Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF), Gresford Bennett.
    Thursday, February 27, 2020
    Date Published: 
    Thursday, February 27, 2020 - 12:00pm
    News Detail: 

    Ninety-three persons from 18 communities across seven parishes have been trained and certified in advanced plumbing, leak detection and repairs under the Jamaica Social Investment Fund’s (JSIF) Alternative Livelihood Skills Programme (ALSP).They will work in their communities for three months as utility wardens to ensure that residents have access to plumbers with leak detection and water conservation expertise. They will also receive toolkits to support their work.On February 25, the trainees were presented with their Institute of International Recognized Qualification (IRRQ) for Specialised Training in Advanced Water Audit and Treatment, during a ceremony held at the Spanish Court Hotel in New KingstonThe training course also covered areas such as water auditing, soft skills and business development.In his address at the ceremony, Minister without Portfolio in the Office of the Prime Minister, Hon. Michael Henry, urged the graduates to continue learning and to excel in their new profession.He said the training course is critical in light of the effects of climate change, which “(forces) us to manage water in many different forms.”“Training utility wardens is one of the strategies we will use to monitor and manage the availability and delivery of potable water to our citizens… (They) will seek to manage the water availability, delivery…and monitor the quality of delivered product,” he pointed out.Managing Director of JSIF, Omar Sweeney, said that the young people will be able to work with the National Water Commission (NWC) to carry out their trade and urged them to learn from the internship.He noted that the ALSP programme is reaching at-risk youth, providing them with training and certification in several key areas.He noted that in the last year, close to 1000 unattached young people were targeted under the initiative.“This is a programme we hope to expand and we hope to see the successful development of the youth,” Mr. Sweeney said.Valedictorian, Denese Austin, expressed gratitude for the training on behalf of her fellow graduates, noting that it will enhance their employability.The training was delivered by Change Makers Limited with support from IIRQ and Industrial Solutions.Two special sessions were conducted by Chief Executive Officer of Diaspora AI, Dr. Kala Fleming, covering topics such as advanced leak detection and the implementation of AI plumbing.The entity uses emerging technologies to improve how water services are delivered across Africa and the Caribbean.Other speakers at the function included Dr. Fleming; Acting Vice President, Divisional Operations Eastern, NWC, Dr. Phillipa Campbell Francis; Managing Director, Change Makers Limited, Samantha Chantrelle; and graduates Tavajay Tennant, Bryan Campbell and Kenton Billings.

  • Consultancy Services for the Design and Supervision of Advancement in Inclusive Education and Recreational Services - SENCO Phase 2 (St. Andrew) – REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

    The Jamaica Social Investment Fund, the Executing Agency, now wishes to procure Consultancy Services for the Design and Supervision of– Advancement in Inclusive Education and Recreational Services - SENCO Phase 2 (St. Andrew).   The Project will involve the consultancy services for the design and supervision of the construction of an inclusive sensory playground to facilitate the play and development of special needs children in particular. The project will also involve the construction of bathrooms and associated treatment systems with access and portability for the disabled. The playground will houses sensory activity wall, sensory tactile walkway, inclusive swing set (accommodating wheelchairs, children with cerebral palsy, swings to facilitate adults with disabled children, primary bipod swing, two chair seat glider swing and etc.) Griffin Outdoor Percussion Musical Instruments, Metal commercial play system: “corral” mini-course, trampoline and aromatic plant area.  The project will also include electrical pumped misters with associated potable water connection and the installation of LED outdoor security lighting and associated electrical system.  Also included is the disabled accessible concrete pathway to guide users to the various elements of the playground.  The duration of the assignment is expected to be for a period of Sixteen(16) months (including design, approvals, construction and 6 months defects liability period).  The Jamaica Social Investment Fund now invites interested eligible Consulting Firms to submit Expressions of Interest for the provision of this consultancy service. 

    Collection Period: 
    Thursday, February 27, 2020 - 3:15pm to Monday, March 9, 2020 - 4:00pm
  • MIDDLETON JAS RURAL FEEDER ROAD REHABILITATION – ST. THOMAS (#073571)

    The Project is being implemented by the Jamaica Social Investment Fund.  The Jamaica Social Investment Fund has contracted a Consultant who will provide design and supervision services for the Project activities.The Jamaica Social Investment Fund, the Executing Agency, now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for Middleton JAS Feeder Road Rehabilitation, St. Thomas (#073571)The works include, but are not limited to the following:The scope of works rehabilitation of 1.6km of roadway, including the construction of 6,556m2 of asphaltic roadway with 150mm thick sub-base, 1,639m of curb and channel and 1,639m curb wall, reinstatement of 1 culvert and 6 inlets drainage culverts, 206m of guard railing etc. Construction period is four (4) months.All bids must be accompanied by a Bid Security of One Hundred Thousand Jamaican Dollars (J$100,000.00).

    Collection Period: 
    Tuesday, February 11, 2020 - 12:15pm to Wednesday, March 4, 2020 - 12:00pm
  • PROCUREMENT OF I.T. EQUIPMENT FOR THE CAPACITY BUILDING OF MINISTRIES, DEPARTMENTS & AGENCIES (MDAS)

    The Government of Jamaica has received a loan from the World Bank towards the cost of the INTEGRATED COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROJECT (ICDP). The Jamaica Social Investment Fund intends to apply part of the proceeds of this loan to cover payments under the following contracts:PROCUREMENT OF I.T. EQUIPMENT FOR THE CAPACITY BUILDING OF MINISTRIES, DEPARTMENTS & AGENCIES (MDAs) - Bid No. 709951Lot 1:    3  44-inch Plotters                  Lot 2:    48 Desktop Computers (General staff Gen)                              Lot 3:    GIS AutoCAD Devices6 Trimble T10 with accessories6 Trimble RDC 100 with accessories3 Trimble TDC 150 Handheld with accessoriesLot 4:    3 Laser Jet Printers  

    Bid Number: 
    709951
    Collection Period: 
    Tuesday, February 11, 2020 - 9:00am to Tuesday, February 25, 2020 - 12:00pm
  • Request for Expressions of Interest - Mount Moriah Primary and Grange Hill Primary Re-tender

    The Jamaica Social Investment Fund, the Executing Agency, now wishes to procure Consultancy Services for the Design and Supervision of Mount Moriah Primary Rehabilitation - (St. Ann)  and Design and Supervision of Grange Hill Primary Expansion and Rehabilitation - (Westmoreland).   The objective of the consultancy is to provide Design Services to include inter alia the preparation of Architectural Designs, Structural Designs, Electrical Designs, Construction Drawings, Technical Specifications, Cost Estimates and Construction Supervision Services.  The duration of the assignment is expected to be for a period of seventeen (17) months.  The Jamaica Social Investment Fund now invites interested eligible Consulting Firms to submit Expressions of Interest for the provision of these consultancy services. 

    Collection Period: 
    Thursday, February 6, 2020 - 11:00am to Tuesday, February 18, 2020 - 5:00pm
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