How do I register my company with BPP?

How do I register my company with BPP?

March 03, 2020

BPP is the acronym for Bureau of Public Procurement. This is the Federal government agency in charge of contractors, suppliers and consultants in the Federal Government Database before they are eligible to bid for a Federal Government Contract.

The registration process for BPP is available online, first you log onto http://federalcontractors.bpp.gov.ngto register your Firm. Click on register ‘NOW’ and provide the necessary information such as your company’s email address and create a user ID and password. An email with your temporary contractor’s ID and password would be sent to you. Use the Temporary ID and password as your user name and password to log onto federalcontractors.bpp.gov.ng/

You will be required to provide the following details;

  1. Introduction
  2. Contract registration Information
  3. List of Board of Directors
  4. Professional Association.
  5. Business Category.
  6. Compliance.
  7. Parent company.
  8. Completed jobs.
  9. Equipment.

Submit after completion.

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Frequently Asked

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    A company’s first Annual Returns are due for filing after 18 months of its inception, subsequently it should be filed annually as the name implies. The filing dates could differ for each company depending on their financial year end but must be filed not later than 42 days after its Annual General Meeting.

    The Annual Returns for Business Names is due not later than the 30th of June each year except in the year the business was registered.

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    Although it’s ideal to have a lawyer as a company secretary, it is not compulsory for small private businesses.

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    This is the section in which the parties sign the contract or agreement.

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    No, you can choose to have it sent to NAFDAC office

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    No, its not legal. This is because the law prohibits anyone from transferring the data of a third party to another person without consent from the third party to do same even if the data was rightfully obtained in the first instance.

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    An industrial design is a company asset and the right to sell is in the hands of the registered owner.

  • When can I start renewal of the registration of my product(s) with NAFDAC?

    You can start renewal 6 months to the date of expiry.

  • What is share capital?

    The share capital in a private limited company is the amount of money invested by its owners in exchange for shares of ownership.

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    Trademark is valid for seven years from the date of application but you may renew the application for the trademark for an additional period of 14years.

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