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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Thursday, May 14, 2015
1. The Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards
(TTBS) is inviting proposals for the Internet
Protocol Telephony System (IPTS). in
accordance with the Request for Proposal
(RFP) attached to this Tender Notice.
2. Tender packages are available on compact
disc for a non-refundable fee of TT$2,000.00
plus VAT inclusive (payable in cash or
certi ed cheque only) during the following
hours : Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to
3:00 pm (except public holidays) from the
TTBS cashier, 1-2 Century Drive, Trincity
Industrial Estate, Macoya, Tunapuna.
3. A brie ng session would be held at the
TTBS (address above) when a site visit can
be conducted and queries from
prospective vendors would be addressed.
Bidders will be noti ed regarding the
date and time of the brie ng session.
4. If any clari cation is required, please provide
the questions via email to:
up to 4:00pm on the day prior to the
brie ng session. Questions received will be
answered during the brie ng session.
5. Financial Proposals must remain valid for at
least one hundred and twenty (120) days
from the closing date and must include:
accordance with the National Insurance
6. Proposals which do not include the speci ed
7. Technical and Financial Proposals should be
placed in separately sealed envelopes. Each
envelope must contain one (1) hard copy and
copy of the respective technical or nancial
proposal. The electronic version of the
nancial proposal should NOT be included
on the CD with the technical proposal.
8. Each envelope should be clearly marked as
TECHNICAL PROPOSAL for the Supply,
a Internet Protocol Telephony System for the
Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards
FINANCIAL PROPOSAL for the Supply,
a Internet Protocol Telephony System for the
Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards.
9. Bidders must include their names on both
Envelopes #1 and #2 and place both
envelopes in a single sealed envelope clearly
marked as follows:
PROPOSAL for the Supply, Installation,
Commissioning and Support for an
Internet Protocol Telephony System for
the Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of
The envelope should be addressed to the
Attention: Systems Analyst
Trinidad and Tobago
Bureau of Standards
Prospective bidders are asked to note that
the dimensions of the SLOT of the Tender Box
are 35.5 cm x 7.5 cm.
10. Proposals must be deposited in the Tenders
Box located at the TTBS, Reception area on or
before 4.00pm on June 18th 2015. No
emailed submissions would be accepted.
11. The TTBS reserves the right to cancel the bid
process in its entirety or even partially,
without defraying any cost incurred by a rm
in submitting its proposals.
12. The TTBS does not bind itself to accept any
13. Late proposals will NOT be accepted in any
INTERNET PROTOCOL TELEPHONY SYSTEM
for the Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards
1-2 Century Drive,
Trincity Industrial Estate,
Tel Nos.: 662-TTBS (8827), 663-4835/6
Fifteen established and emerging
designers gave life to last Saturday s fash-
ion spectacular titled ModeTT hosted by
FashionTT at the poolside of the Radis-
son Hotel on Wrightson Road in Port-
FashionTT, a subsidiary of the T&T
Creative Industries Company (CreativeTT),
hosted the runway event, presented cre-
ations from dreamers such as Heather
Jones, Ecliff Elie, Millhouse, Peaches Mc
Dowell, Sew Lisa, Lisa See Tai, Honamic
Designs and Charu Lochan Dass (CLD).
From, swimwear to casual styles design-
ers held the attention of dignitaries in
attendance not only with their designs,
but jewelry too.
FashionTT in partnership with the
National Export Facilitation Organisation
of T&T (ExporTT) have plans to embark
on a Fashion Trade Mission to the French
Caribbean (Martinique, Guadeloupe and
Ria Karim, chief executive officer at
CreativeTT said, internationally the cre-
ative economy has demonstrated strong
growth even in periods of recession and
turbulence and continues to be a trans-
The role of CreativeTT and its sub-
sidiaries, she said, was to facilitate an
enabling environment, through partner-
ships with stakeholders and the private
sector, to allow practitioners to gainfully
and meaningfully participate in the global
trade in creative goods and services.
"Our focus is on our people, our poten-
tial and our progress---domestically and
internationally. And we will achieve this
by partnering with other state agencies
whose work influence the fashion, film
and music sectors, as well as with the
stakeholders themselves. Today is a clear
example of this and I thank ExporTT for
their collaboration on this initiative," she
Fashion thrives at ModeTT
Former Miss T&T Universe La Toya
Woods merges sexuality and elegance in
this piece from Honamic Designs.
La Toya Woods cruises in this piece from new
wave designer Lisa See Tai.
Fitness guru Jeremy Tai Chew wears Millhouse.
PHOTOS: SEAN NERO
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