Tender No. 2/2016
Method of Contracting: Announcement of a Public Tender
Estimated Cost: 6,008,798 Six Million Eight Thousand and Seven Hundred, Ninety-eight USD only.
Pursuant to Paragraph (Third) of Instructions No. (2) of the Ministry of Planning, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Iraq announces an extension of the deadline to receive bids for the tender of Health Insurance contract to cover treatment fees of the ministry's employees and their families working at our missions abroad, based on the provisions of article (First\17) of Foreign Service Instructions no. (1) of 2010.
Accredited companies in the field of health insurance who wish to participate in this tender may visit our mission (Embassy) in Paris, Address ( 64 Av Foch 75016 – Paris) to receive all tender documents and requirements in return of paying an amount of ($100) non-refundable. Accredited and well reputed foreign companies are exempted from this condition pursuant to the provisions of article (4/First/B) of the Law of Executing Governmental Contracts number (2) of 2014.
Bids shall be submitted in a closed and sealed envelope to our embassy in Paris whose address is mentioned above on the extended deadline of (Monday) 28th of Nov. 2016 at 12:00 p.m. instead of the old deadline of Wednesday, 12:00 p.m. the 23rd of Nov.2016. Upon submission of bids, a receipt will be given to confirm receiving envelopes whose expiration period must not be less than 180 days starting from the bidding closing date. Bids must be accompanied by preliminary deposit of (1%) of value of the estimated cost.
The bids will be opened by the Bids' Opening Committee on the same day of bidding closing date. Bids that shall not meet the conditions mentioned in the announcement or those stated the documents of tender, will be disqualified. The winning bidder shall pay the announcement and advertisement fees. For Further information, Please contact us via the following e-mail address: [email protected] Or visit our website: www.mofa.gov.iq
Ministry of Foreign Affairs-Iraq