ECNBA SETS MONDAY DEADLINE FOR ICT VENDOR PROPOSALS
The Electoral Committee of the Nigeria Bar Association (ECNBA) is requesting proposals to appoint an Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Services Provider for the forthcoming NBA Elections slated for July 16, 2022.
In a release published today but dated May 20, 2022, the electoral umpire noted that the ICT Service vendor “will provide
the platform and services related to the conduct of electronic voting and post-election activities as required by the ECNBA.”
According to the statement signed by Mr. Ayodele Akintunde SAN and Ms. Mabel Ekeke, ECNBA’s Chairman and Secretary respectively, “The EMS Provider shall be responsible for providing the enterprise grade, robust and modern election management system to be deployed for the conduct of the NBA 2022 general elections as well as the pre-election and post-elections activities required for a successful free and fair online election.”
It indicated that “The ECNBA will shortlist and publish successful respondents on the ECNBA/NBA website or any other major platform to afford members of the Association the opportunity to object or file any compliant (sic) against the engagement of any the respondents. The decision of the ECNBA in respect of the choice of the respondent shall be final.”
While the electoral committee stated that the proposals must be submitted on or before 5 pm on Monday, 30 May, 2022 and must remain valid for 90 days, it indicated that the contract would be awarded by June 13, 2022.
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