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It is the policy of HOUSTON LSE to ensure that its businesses are organized, planned, and executed in such a manner as to be consistent with Nigerian Content Directives.

To this end HOUSTON LSE will manage its operation in such a way as to achieve the following:

  • Nigerian content directives.
  • To fully comply with the NCD directives, HOUSTON LSE shall domicile all personnel recruitment activities in-country as well as the location of the Project Management Team (PMT) and Project Procurement Centre (PPC) in-country and carrying out in-country recruitment scope of all personnel required for our client’s project execution.
  • HOUSTON LSE shall show commitment in meeting with the Nigerian Content targets of the Federal Government of Nigeria in achieving above 90% Nigerian Content by the year 2025. In terms of total monetary expenditures through the deliberate utilization of Nigerian human and material resources without sacrificing Safety, Health, and Environmental standards.
  • HOUSTON LSE shall also show commitment in increasing the Nigerian Content aspect of its operations by a deliberate addition or creation of value in-county via the capacity building of locals, Technology Transfer Programs, Technology Mentorship Programmes, increasing physical operational presence and investment in Nigeria, creating opportunities for human resources development, development of Nigerian contractors and suppliers and implementing various innovations that will increase Nigerian Content Development in Nigeria
  • The Local Content Advisor is responsible for ensuring compliance with this policy.

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