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The Comprehensive Economic Development Plan (CEDP) Secretariat in the Office of the Chief
Secretary of the Tobago House of Assembly invites proposals from individuals and/or organizations
for providing consultancy services to produce a Strategic Plan for the development of an Economic
Zone at Cove and its Environs.
The CEDP has identified the development of this Economic Zone as critical to the transformation and
diversification of the economy of Tobago. The CEDP Secretariat is therefore inviting proposals for
the provision of pertinent consultancy services to support the establishment of this Economic Zone.
The Strategic Plan must conduct pertinent analyses of all the factors and issues that inform the estab-
lishment of a self-sufficient economic zone and outline strategies and support systems for realising
To be considered, interested parties must include the following in their submissions:
Tender Packages can be obtained upon payment of the sum of
at the Property Management
Department between the hours of 9am - 3pm, Monday to Friday except public holidays, from
The closing date for submissions is
with a pre-
bid submission meeting scheduled for
at the CEDP Secretariat, Level 1 Unit Trust
Building, Main Street, Scarborough Tobago commencing at 10.00am.
Proposals must be addressed to:
c/o Property Management Department
Calder Hall Administrative Complex
The CEDP Secretariat reserves the right not to accept the lowest or any of the proposals received.
Further, late tenders will not be considered under any circumstances.
ST ANDREWS---Oliver Wilson held off Rory McIl-
roy to capture his first European Tour title with a
one-shot victory in the Alfred Dunhill Links Cham-
Wilson shot a 2-under 70 in the final round on
the Old Course at St Andrews as McIlroy came up
just short after a bogey on the 17th hole. Wilson
finished at 17-under 271, with McIlroy (68) in a
three-way tie for second with Richie Ramsay of
Scotland and Tommy Fleetwood of England.
The 34-year old Wilson, currently ranked 792nd
in the world, had finished second nine times in
his 227 previous tour events, but lost his card three
years ago and was competing this week on an invi-
McIlroy started with a double bogey but then
made four straight birdies and picked up two more
shots after the turn before putting from off the
green and into the infamous "Road Hole" bunker
at the 17th. (AP)
Tom Watson took the blame Saturday for his
communication with his players in another Amer-
ican loss at the Ryder Cup, and the 65-year-old
captain said he called Phil Mickelson earlier this
week to clear the air.
"I regret that my words may have made the
players feel that I didn't appreciate their commit-
ment and dedication to winning the Ryder Cup,"
Watson said in a statement issued through the PGA
of America. "My intentions throughout my term
as captain were both to inspire and to be honest." Mickelson indirectly called out Watson in an
awkward press conference after Europe's 16 1/2-
11 1/2 victory, the eighth out of the last 10 times
it has won the cup. Mickelson said the Americans
have strayed from a winning formula they had
under Paul Azinger in 2008.
Watson was sitting in the middle of his 12 players
and said he had a different philosophy.
The statement was issued one day after an ESPN
report citing four unidentified people who were in
the US team room on the night before the final
round. Those people said Watson blamed the players
for their performance in foursomes---Europe went
unbeaten in both sessions to build a 10-6 lead
going into singles---and scoffed at a gift from the
players by saying it was meaningless if they didn't
The gift was a replica of the Ryder Cup the
players had signed.
The report also said Watson denigrated some of
the European players, and only praised the play of
US rookies Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed.
Watson was the oldest captain in Ryder Cup his-
tory. He was the last US captain in 1993 to win
the Ryder Cup away from home.
"The guys gave everything. They played their
hearts out," Watson said in his statement. "I was
proud to get to know each and every one of them."
Mickelson was playing his 10th Ryder Cup---no
American has played more times---and said the US
team was not involved in any decision. He heaped
praise on Azinger for his "pods" system that got
the players involved when they won at Valhalla in
Watson takes responsibility
for Ryder Cup golf loss
US team captain
waves to the
crowd at the
Europe won the
2014 Ryder Cup
at right. AP PHOTO
"I regret that my words may have made
the players feel that I didn't appreciate
their commitment and dedication to
winning the Ryder Cup," Watson said in a
statement issued through the PGA of
America. "My intentions throughout my
term as captain were both to inspire and
to be honest."
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