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The Personnel Department is desirous of conducting a technology driven job evaluation exer-
cise for all officers in the Trinidad and Tobago Prison Service (TTPS) consequence on the
introduction of Transformation and Penal Reform Initiatives and to install an efficient and
effective classification and compensation system relevant to the present and future needs of
the Prison Service.
In this regard, the Central Tenders Board is seeking proposals from consulting firms for the
Provision of Consulting Services to Conduct a Job Evaluation and Compensation Exercise in
the Trinidad and Tobago Prison Service for the Personnel Department.
Bid packages may be obtained during normal working hours from the Central Tenders Board's
Office at Address (1) below, and any further information may be obtained from Mrs. Judy
Bailey-Roach, Ag. Director, Compensation Management Division, Personnel Department at
Proposals must be accompanied by:-
issued by the Board of
Inland Revenue and dated not more than six (6) months prior to the closing date for the
receipt of proposals.
issued in accordance with the National Insurance Act.
The original and five (5) copies each of the Technical and Financial Proposals should be
placed in separate sealed envelopes clearly marked on the outside:
and Addressed to the Chairman, Central Tenders Board at Address (1) Below.
The envelopes must be deposited in the BROWN Tenders Box located in the lobby of the
Board's Office not later than
Proposals should be packaged to fit the
in the Tenders Box, the dimensions of which
Technical proposals will be opened shortly after the closing, at the Board's Office. An author-
ized representative of the firm may attend the opening.
The Central Tenders Board reserves the right to cancel the bidding process in its entirety or
even partially, without defraying any cost incurred by any firm in submitting its proposals
Late proposals will be accepted in any circumstances.
The Board does not bind itself to accept any proposal.
Mrs. Judy Bailey-Roach
Central Tenders Board
116 Frederick Street
Compensation Management Division
Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
39 Frederick Street
Telephone No.: 1 (868) 625 - 4330
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Top local women s beach volleyball
pair, Ayana Dyette and Nancy Joseph
sealed a ticket to the Central American
and Caribbean (CAC) Games sched-
uled for Mexico, in November when
they won their best-of-two series
against Elki Phillip and Pauline
Woodroffe at Saith Park, Chaguanas,
Beach Volleyball Facility, on Sunday.
The tournament was expected to be
a four-team one, but with Malika
Davidson and Chelsi Ward at the Nan-
jing Youth Olympic Games in China,
and Apphia Glasgow and La Teisha
Joseph absent, the second-leg of the
qualifiers was a two-team affair between
Dyette and Joseph, and main rivals,
Phillip and Woodroffe.
And despite only playing one match,
Dyette and Joseph did not have things
all their way though as they needed to
come from a first set deficit to earn
their victory, 12-21, 21-13, 15-13 to
stretch their unbeaten run to nine tour-
naments locally for the season.
Last month, Dyette and Joseph took
the bold step towards earning the lone
ticket to represent T&T in the women s
competition in Mexico when they
played unbeaten in the first of three,
four-team round-robin qualifiers at
The experienced duo, who have been
T&T s lone women s representatives
on the Norceca Beach Volleyball Circuit
this season, outplayed FIVB World
Under-21 Championships participants
Ward and Davidson 21-11, 21-17 before
powering past Phillip and Woodroffe
21-9, 21-13, and Glasgow and Joseph
21-16, 21-8 to end with a 3-0 record.
Phillip and Woodroffe took second
spot with a 2-1 mark after beating Glas-
gow and Joseph 21-10, 21-16, and
Davidson and Ward 17-21, 21-14, 21-
19 while Glasgow and Joseph defeated
Chelsi Ward and Malika Davidson 15-
21, 21-14, 15-11 for third.
So far this season, Dyette and Joseph
were 12th in the fifth leg on the sand
courts of Huixquilucan, Toluca, Mexico,
in June after starting off with an 11th-
placed finish in the Grand Cayman,
Cayman Islands followed by 12th in
Guatemala City and a best so far of
seventh, in Antigua, Guatemala, during
the third leg.
After missing out on the sixth and
seventh legs of the tour in North Bay,
Canada (July 9-14) and Varadero, Cuba
(August 20-25), the local women will
return to the tour for the eighth leg in
Puerto Rico from September 17 - 22.
The remaining legs will then take
place in Chula, Vista, California, USA,
(October 1-6); Vera Cruz, Mexico,
(October 15-20), Costa Rica, (October
22-27) and the final leg for a third
straight year, in T&T, Pigeon Point to
be exact, from November 12-17.
Dyette, Joseph seal
CAC beach v-ball spot
T&T women's beach volleyball pair, Nancy Joseph, left, and Ayanna Dyette
embrace after securing a 12-21, 21-13, 15-13 win over Elki Phillip and Pauline
Woodroffe in the two-team second-leg competition of Central American and
Caribbean (CAC) Games qualifiers at Saith Park, Chaguanas, Beach Volleyball
Facility, on Sunday.
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