The Procurement & Contracting Office at the U.S. Mission in Mali seeks to enter into contracts with qualified reliable firms with sufficient resources, financing, and work experience for delivering and performing a variety of commodities and or services. In order for a Company to be considered for contracts, the Company shall be able to meet, satisfy, understand, and comply with the requirements in the Notice to Potential Tenders. Below are current opportunities. Qualified firms interested in any of these opportunities must follow the specific instructions in the solicitation description that is provided for each opportunity.
Solicitation Number 19ML2022R0003 Dedicated Internet Connection at DCMR-closing May 20,2022 local time
Dear Prospective Quoter:
The Embassy of the United States of America invites you to submit a quotation for Dedicated Internet Connection at the Deputy Chief of Mission Residence (DCMR) of the United States Embassy.
The Embassy intends to conduct a pre-proposal conference at the site on May 23,2022, and all prospective offerors who have received a solicitation package will be invited to attend. See Section 3 of the attached Request for Quote (RFQ). All interested vendors planning to attend the pre-propsal conference shall contact firstname.lastname@example.org on or before May 20,2022 local time
Electronic offers will be accepted, please send them to BamakoGSOProcurement@state.gov on or before June 13,2022, no proposals will be accepted after this time.
Your proposal may be submitted in a sealed envelope marked “Quotation Enclosed” to:
Abdulrahman M. Habeeb
Tel: +223 2070 2300
ACI 2000, Rue 243, Porte 297
B.P 34, Bamako, Mali
In order for a proposal to be considered, you must also complete and submit the following:
- Section 1, Block 23
- Section 5, Representations and Certifications.
- Additional information as required in Section 3.
The U.S. Government intends to award a contract to the responsible offeror representing best value using comparative evaluation authorized under FAR 13.106-2(b) (3).A comparative evaluation is defined as the act of comparing two or more offers in response to the RFQ. The item-by-item comparison is performed by comparing each offer directly to one another to determine which provides the best value to the Department.
Comparative evaluation is NOT a low price technically acceptable (LPTA) or trade-off process. Prospective offers must still meet basic standards for responsibility at FAR 9.104 and solicitation compliance to be eligible for award. We intend to award a contract based on initial quotations, without holding discussions, although we may hold discussions with companies if there is a need to do so.
Dedicated Internet Connection at DCMR
Direct any questions regarding this solicitation to BamakoGSOProcurement@state.gov during regular business hours.
The successful offeror will be required to get a Unique Entity ID, by regsiter through the following site www.sam.gov.
Abdulrahman M. Habeeb