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AMENDED TENDER NOTICE
SUPPLY OF PEST MANAGEMENT SERVICES FOR NALIS INTERIOR
AND EXTERIOR BRANCH FACILITIES
1. NALIS invites tenders for the supply of Pest Management Services for the National Library and Information System Authority Interior and Exterior Branch Facilities.
2. Tender documents can be collected from the Financial Accountant, Finance Division, 4th Floor, NALIS Building, between the hours of 8:30am -- 3:30pm Monday to
3. Any further information/ clari cation can be obtained from the o ce of the Facilities Manager, 3rd Floor NALIS Building, Hart and Abercromby Streets, Port of Spain
or call 624 - 4466; 624 -- 5075. An email can also be sent to any of the following addresses:
4. The deadline for information/clari cation is Tuesday September 2, 2014 at 4.00 p.m.
5. Suppliers submitting tenders who are registered for the purpose of Value Added Tax must, where applicable provide:
i. Valid Income Tax Certi cate; and
ii. Valid VAT Clearance Certi cate;
Both Income Tax Certi cate & VAT Clearance Certi cates shall not be dated no more than six (6) months prior to the date xed to the close of the Tender.
6. Tenders must be submitted with the following :
i. A Company Pro le
ii. Certi cate of Registration/Incorporation/Continuance
iii. Experience record
iv. Audited Financial Statements for the last three (3) years
v. Financial reference and their contact number
vi. Documentary evidence that the Bidder is eligible to Tender and is quali ed to perform the Contract in accordance with the general conditions if its Tender
vii. Three (3) recent Referneces of Completed Similar Services;
viii. Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Policy. (re: OSHA)
ix. NIS Compliance Certi cate
7. Tenders must be enclosed in the sealed envelopes and deposited in the Tenders Box in the Procurement Unit on the 4th Floor, National Library, Hart &
Abercromby Streets, Port of Spain no later than 1:00 p.m. on Thursday September 4, 2014. The envelopes must be addressed to the Executive Director and
National Library Pest Management Services for NALIS Interior and Exterior Branch Facilities
N.B: (Six (6) copies of the Tender documents must be submitted. Please put copies in separately sealed envelopes. (That is six (6) envelopes).
8. The Board does not bind itself to accept any tender.
9. Late Tenders will not be considered in any circumstance.
10. The public opening of tenders will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. on Thursday September 4, 2014 on the 4th Floor of the National Library Building, Cor. Hart
Abercromby Streets, Port of Spain. Each Tenderer or his representative may be present at the opening.
11. The deposit slot on the tender box measures 7 cm high and 36 cm wide. Please ensure that tender packages are able to t or they will not be accepted unless they
are deposited in the tender box provided.
12. Further note that:
i. Bidders shall bear all costs associated with the preparation and submission of the Proposal
ii. Foreign Bidders are expected to comply with the requirement in the RFP packages to the extent to which such requirements are applicable to them
iii. The Authority reserves the right to cancel the present Tender in its entirety or partially, without defraying any cost incurred by any rm in submitting its
13. NALIS reserves the right to reject tenders under the following conditions:
i. Tenders received unsigned or without an Income Tax / VAT Certi cate (where applicable).
ii. Tenders received in unsealed envelopes
iii. Tenders found with alterations or erasures of any kind, not initialed by the supplier
T&T international midfielder, Ataullah
Guerra, has agreed a new one-year agree-
ment with Central FC, which will see him
represent the Sharks for the upcoming
2014/15 season, inclusive of the Caribbean
Football Union (CFU) Club Championship.
Guerra, who joined Central last January
after returning from a spell in Finland with
premier division outfit Rovaniemen Pal-
loseura (RoPS), had a successful second half
season with the Sharks , scoring 6 goals in
17 appearances, which coincided with a 17-
game unbeaten run.
Guerra had helped Central, coached then
by Englishman Terry Fenwick, to the
Lucozade Sport Goal Shield title, and to a
runners-up finish in the Pro League, qualify
for the Caribbean Club Championship along
with bitter rivals and champions W Con-
According to a release by Central FC,
Guerra considered returning overseas to
continue his career, but after deciding to
stay in Trinidad, he was only interested in
The 26-year-old East Port of Spain and
former Mucurapo Senior Comprehensive
talent is quoted as saying: "It s great to be
back as part of a winning team. I m deter-
mined to help the club to become Caribbean
Club Champions and qualify for the Con-
cacaf Champions League."
Central, which also won the First Citizens
Cup last season under Fenwick, mutually
parted ways with the former England and
Tottenham defender at the end of the sea-
Fenwick immediately joined Belgium third
division outfit CS Visé and in July, Central
announced the arrival of 63-year-old Ser-
bian, Zoran Vraneš as coach.
Vraneš, a former Soca Warriors senior,
youth and Joe Public coach, signed a two-
season agreement with the Sharks .
"Central is a great club with big ambitions
A hat-trick from Jameel Forde inspired House of
Dread to an early position at the top of the Eastern
Football Association (EFA) Premier Division stand-
ings, after the club recorded a 4-0 win over Boss
FC, in the opening league match, on Saturday.
House of Dread recorded the biggest win of the
first round. Kristoff John scored the other goal.
Apart from one match, all fixtures were played.
Tunapuna Titans clash with La Horquetta XF was
postponed. One match was played on Sunday with
BM Spurs edging FC Maloney, 1-0, via a late winner
from Nicholas Mason.
A new league winner will be crowned this season
with the promotion of reigning champion La Hor-
quetta SA to the National Super League. Last season s
league runner-up will kick off its account on Saturday
with a clash against Valtrin United, at WASA Ground,
St Joseph, from 5 pm.
and great potential," Guerra was also quoted as saying.
"Although there were offers from overseas clubs,
there is also a lot going on here in T&T to stay around
for. I want to solidify my place on the national team
and I believe that I need to play in front of coach
(Stephen) Hart every week in the Pro League to
"I was also concerned that many overseas players
would not be called back for games. By returning to
Central, I know that I can win trophies and keep in
coach Harts thoughts and, well, home is where the
heart is---no joke intended! But I also know that Cen-
tral will promote me overseas so that if I do decide
to play outside Trinidad, the club will help me."
Central FC managing director and former T&T
international, Brent Sancho, said the club had received
inquiries from a Major League Soccer club earlier
this year on Guerra, but, surprisingly, the midfielder
opted to help the team qualify for the Caribbean
Ataullah Guerra signs with Central FC again
Malta Carib Alcons 1
(Tyrik John 52nd) v
SKHY FC 0
House of Dread 4
(Jameel Forde 33rd,
68th, 75th, Kristoff
John 47th) v Boss FC 0
Tunapuna Titans v La
Horquetta XF - Did not
Valtrin United 2
(Dwight Crichlow 41st,
Mohammed 45th) v
Carib FC 2 (Ancil
Lezama 61st, Kareem
BM Spurs 1 (Nicholas
Mason 87th) v FC
Barataria Ball Players 4
45th, Christian Latapy
61st, Shawndell Jones
65th, Victor Cordner
89th) vs Crompton FC
0Eastern Alliance 5
(Kayode Williams 16th,
72nd, Kareem Williams
Obasi Jones 82nd) v FC
Supreme XI FC 0
T&T Airguard 5 (Dwain
Alzola 16th, 60th, Corey
Romain 32nd, Noel
Moore 81st) v Joe
Public 1 (Shaquille
Elements FC 3 (Canias
Wilson 44th, Keonn
John 52nd, Donell
Herbert 73rd) v
Vorstelijke FC 1
(Ricardo Allen 87th)\
FC Maloney v Malta
Carib Alcons, Maloney,
House of Dread v BM
Spurs, Eddie Hart
Ground, 5 pm
Squadron, 5 pm
Boss FC v T&T
Prisons, Morvant, 5
Tunapuna Titans v
Carib FC, Constantine
Park, 5 pm
WASA FC v Valtrin
Ground, 5 pm
House of Dread
takes early EFA lead
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