REVIEWED REQUEST FOR QUOTE: PR # 8845676 – REQUIREMENTS FOR CONSULTANTS FOR FORENSIC COURSE TRAINING FOR AMERICAN EMBASSY ABUJA
DUE: JANUARY 30, 2020
JANUARY 16, 2019
The American Embassy Abuja requests the services of a forensic consultant to handle the training of thirty (30) participants in Basic Crime Scene Investigation with particular emphasis on homicides. The training shall include but not be limited to training the participants on the use of the attached listed Nineteen (19) Line training Items. The training provided should be based on or closely related to the current Nigeria Police Force’s Forensic Curriculum prepared in cooperation with the German government. The training is expected to be for 5 days within Abuja and in the first quarter of 2020. Government shall furnish the training kits and provide the location for the training.
EXPECTED OUTCOMES: The trained personnel
- Should be able to deploy on short notice to help investigate Homicides and other major cases.
- Should have a good understanding of how to preserve a crime scene, identify and properly collect important forensic evidence.
- Should learn the importance of evidence control and how to document and maintain a Chain of Custody for the evidence collected.
- Should be able to use the nineteen listed training items in forensic investigation.
The successful offeror is required to provide evidence of at least five (5) years relevant experience in forensic evidence collection and show evidence of having provided consultation to law enforcement agencies in crime scene management and evidence collection. You may provide any other relevant information that demonstrates your capacity to perform.
The Embassy intends to award a Purchase Order for this requirement net 30 days payment terms. If you are interested please forward your quote to ONLY AbujaProcbids@state.gov before the close of business on January 30, 2020. Please reference the title of this RFQ on the subject line of your response. Unsuccessful offerors may not be contacted.
Training Kits (PDF 132KB)