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Deadline date: 08 August 2019

The Kenyan Rural Electrification and Renewable Energy Corporation (REREC) invite tenders from interested firms to bid for the rehabilitation of biogas systems in Moi Girls Isinya (Kajiado County) & Mangu High School (Kiambu County).

Tender documents detailing the requirements may be viewed at REREC E-Procurement.

Web Portal found on www.rea.co.ke. Bidders who are interested in bidding for this tender must ensure that they are registered in REREC SAP SRM system and have set up their page.

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Please ensure compliance to the following:

a) Each company must have two user accounts; Admin Account and Employee Account.

Ensure that the following roles are NOT ASSIGNED to the employee; Employee

Administrator and Supplier Master Data manager

b) Ensure that the admin account and employee account does not share same email address

c) Ensure that the Employee user name is between 4 and 12 characters.

d) It is a Mandatory requirement that all documents are uploaded to the Collaboration

Room of the SRM system in the link with “RFX Response Number: Company Name”. No responses/documents shall be attached to the “add attachments” tab as responses attached here will not be evaluated.

For the purpose of this tender bidding, the employee account shall be used to submit your RFX responses.

A Pre-bid training/meeting will be held in Kawi House South C, on the 19 July 2019 starting at 10:00am where interested bidders will be trained on the use of the Online Registration and Bidding Processes.

All bidders are encouraged to attend pre bid training even if they are already conversant with bidding process.

Deadline for this tender is 08 Aug 2019.

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