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INDIVIDUAL ICT CONSULTANTS
NATIONAL INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY COMPANY LIMITED (iGovTT)
National Information and Communication
Technology Company Limited
Lord Harris Court, 52 Pembroke Street, Port of Spain,
Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
The National Information and Communication Technology Company Limited (NICTCL) is
responsible for implementing Government's enterprise-wide ICT projects. The Company also
manages ttconnect, which provides multiple service delivery channels for access by the
public to Government information and services.
REGISTRATION OF INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANTS
NICTCL frequently has to outsource ICT consultants for various short-term projects that are either
in house or client based. Accordingly, NICTCL is seeking to establish a register of individual ICT
Consultants from which it can draw the relevant expertise to undertake projects in the following
1. Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
9. Enterprise CCTV Design & Development
10. Enterprise Automation
3. Enterprise Resource Management
11. Enterprise Resource Planning Solutions
4. Enterprise Cloud Solution Design and Development 12. Enterprise Financial Systems
5. Enterprise Database Design & Development
13. Enterprise HR Information Systems
6. Enterprise VoIP
14. IT Security Systems
7. Enterprise Video Conferencing
15. Software Developers
8. Enterprise Document Management
16. Systems Analysts
Interested parties can visit the Company's website for details at www.igovtt.tt or telephone:
627-5600 extension 3124, 3011.
PLEASE NOTE THAT REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE AT 3:30 p.m. ON 30th NOVEMBER 2016
(late submissions would not be accepted).
Jimmy Briand's late strike
salvages draw for Guingamp
PARIS --- Guingamp striker Jimmy
Briand scored a last-minute goal to
snatch a 1-1 draw against Bordeaux
in the French league yesterday.
The burly striker equalised with a
header deep in added time from Lucas
Bordeaux had the match under con-
trol after Polish defender Igor Lewczuk
bagged his first goal in the French
league. Lewczuk headed in the opener
after finding space in the box between
two defenders and connecting with a
free kick from Valentin Vada after 22
The visitors wasted a chance to in-
crease their lead in the 77th minute
when striker Jeremy Menez saw his
penalty kick stopped by keeper Karl
Guingamp came close to an equaliser
in the next minute but it was Bordeaux
keeper Jerome Prior's turn to shine
with a save at his right post to deny a
well-taken angled shot from Briand.
"Missing the penalty gave them a
boost," Bordeaux coach Jocelyn Gour-
vennec said. "Then it was a struggle,
with long balls into the box, and that's
how we conceded in a frustrating end
to the match."
Elsewhere, Marseille secured its first
win under new coach Rudi Garcia, a
lackluster 1-0 victory over Caen at the
Stade Velodrome. Portuguese defender
Rolando scored with a late header, end-
ing a three-game winless run for the
After being ostracised by former
coach Franck Passi, Rolando is enjoying
a new lease of life under Garcia, who has
made him a key player in his defense.
Having slumped to its first league
loss this season before the international
break, Nice will look to bounce back in a
late game at Saint-Etienne. A win would
take the Mediterranean side top of the
standings, three points clear of rivals
Monaco and PSG.
Fifth-placed Guingamp remained
two points above Bordeaux, and seven
points behind the leaders. (AP)
Prandelli under pressure as
Valencia fails to win again
MADRID --- Less than two
months after taking over at
Valencia, Cesare Prandelli is
already hearing the boos at
The former Italy coach and his
players were jeered yesterday after
Valencia was held to a 1-1 draw by
last-place Granada in the Spanish
league, a result that extended the
club's four-game winless streak
and kept it near the relegation zone.
Prandelli arrived amid big expec-
tations after being hired in October
by Singapore investor Peter Lim.
But following a 2-1 win in his debut
against Sporting Gijon, the team has
lost twice and drawn twice.
The draw against Granada, which
is yet to win a game after 12 rounds,
made a predictable impact on the
"When things don't go well, the
fans will pressure you, it's fair,"
Prandelli said. "We must remain
calm. The problem is not only
psychological, but when you have a
clear mind you have more courage."
Valencia is 15th in the 20-team
standings with 11 points, only two
clear of the relegation zone. It may
finish the round inside the drop
zone depending on results of games
yet to be played.
"I'm responsible for the team,"
Prandelli said. "The players should
not think negatively. They should
not lower their heads, only with
courage can we improve."
Belgian midfielder Mehdi Carce-
la-Gonzalez put Granada ahead in
first-half injury time and Nani
equalized for the hosts two minutes
into the second half. Valencia creat-
ed a few scoring opportunities after
that, but was unable to take them.
"This point means nothing to us.
We need to win games to leave the
position we are in," Argentine mid-
fielder Enzo Perez said. "We need
to unite more than ever to try to
overcome this situation. We can't
keep making these silly mistakes.
It's going to be difficult to get the
results we need if this keeps hap-
Valencia is the last team other
than Real Madrid, Barcelona, and
Atletico to win the league title, back
Madrid opened a four-point lead
over Barcelona on Saturday by beat-
ing crosstown rival Atletico Madrid
3-0 with a hat trick by Cristiano
Ronaldo at the Vicente Calderon
Stadium. Barcelona was held to a
0-0 draw at home by Malaga, while
Sevilla is third after rallying to beat
Deportivo 3-2 in La Coruna. Villar-
real can take Sevilla's place if wins at
Athletic Bilbao later Sunday.
Atletico, which has lost three
of its last four matches, is in fifth
place, nine points behind Real Ma-
Espanyol extended its unbeat-
en streak to six matches thanks
to Gerard Moreno's 81st-minute
winner at Alaves.
The result gave the club from
Barcelona its second win in three
matches and kept it without a loss
since a 2-0 defeat at Celta Vigo in
Lyon's Alexandre Lacazette, center, celebrates with his teammates. (AP)
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