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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Tenders are invited from Contractors Registered And Approved with the Diego Martin Regional Corporation for
Works under Development Programme 2012/2013 for the following projects:
Drainage and Irrigation Programme:
1. Peace Drive
Construction of Retaining wall, Slipper Drain &
Local Roads and Bridges Programme:-
2. Ascott Road (off Goodwood Park):
Resurfacing of roadway
3. Gittensdale (and adjoining roads):
Resurfacing of roadway
Development of Cemeteries and Cremational Facilities
1. Cameron. Cemetery:
Refurbishing of Gazebo and Fence Wall
Tender documents can be obtained during normal working hours at the Tenders Department, Diego Martin
Regional Corporation, #17 - 18 Diego Martin Main Road, Diego Martin, Telephone no. # 633-4461, only on pro-
duction of a receipt showing that a Non Refundable Tender Deposit of Two Hundred Dollars ($200.00) payable
Cash Only per project has been paid.
This deposit has to be paid at the Accounts Department, between the hours of 8.30 a.m. to 12.00 noon and
1.00 p.m. to 3.00 p.m.
Any further technical information may be obtained during normal working hours from Mr. Latchman Maraj,
County Superintendent at Telephone No: 695-7839140/41.
Site Visit & Pre- Tender meeting is carded for WEDNESDAY 12TH JUNE: 2013 AT 9.30 A.M. at the
Corporation's Technical Office, LP#141 - 143, North Post Road Diego Martin.
Tenderers must be accompanied by:
1. Valid lucome Tax and Value Added Tax Clearance Certificates issued by the Board o:f Inland Revenue
and dated not more than six (6) months prior to the closing of the tender.
II. Valid Certificate of Compliance issued in accordance with the National Insurance Act.
Envelopes must be sealed and deposited in the labeled GREEN Tenders Box located at the main Building, #17-
18 Diego Martin Main Road, Diego Martin Regional Corporation, no later than 2.00 P.M. ON FRIDAY 21ST
Tenders will be opened Monday 24th June 2013 at 10.00 a.m, all contractors are invited.
The Diego Martin Regional Corporation reserves the right to cancel the bidding process in its entirety or even
partially, without defraying any cost incurred by any firm in submitting their tender.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
DIEGO MARTIN REGIONAL CORPORATION
George Zimmerman, left, smiles during a recess
with jury consultant Robert Hirschhorn, in
Seminole circuit court on the first day of his trial,
in Sanford, Florida yesterday. Jury selection
began yesterday with the first group of 100
potential jurors filling out questionnaires about
themselves and their ability to serve on the jury
as prosecutors and defence attorneys sought to
find six objective members and four alternates.
Zimmerman is accused in the fatal shooting of
Trayvon Martin. AP PHOTO
Edward Snowden, a 29-year-old American intel-
ligence contractor, has revealed himself as the
source who disclosed the US Government s secret
phone and Internet surveillance programmes.
Some other famous leakers in recent history:
A military analyst, he passed the Pentagon Papers---
a secret Defence Department study of US involve-
ment in Vietnam---to The New York Times and
other newspapers in 1971.
W MARK FELT
An associate director at the FBI, he was Deep
Throat, the source who gave information about
Watergate to The Washington Post in the 1970s. He
unmasked himself in 2005.
He was an Israeli nuclear technician in 1986 when
he revealed Israel s nuclear weapons programme.
He served 18 years in prison.
Beginning in 1992, the FBI agent exposed shoddy
work and inaccurate testimony from the bureau s
A Brown & Williamson tobacco executive, he co-
operated with CBS television news magazine 60
Minutes and the Food and Drug Administration in
the 1990s in exposing cigarette manufacturers prac-
The US Army private gave a trove of classified
military and diplomatic material to WikiLeaks. His
court-martial is underway in Maryland.
famous leakers FROM PAGE A23
"ask for asylum from any coun-
tries that believe in free speech
and oppose the victimisation of
"I m not going to hide,"
Snowden told the Post. "Allow-
ing the US government to intim-
idate its people with threats of
retaliation for revealing wrong-
doing is contrary to the public
In a statement, Booz Allen
confirmed that Snowden "has
been an employee of our firm
for less than three months,
assigned to a team in Hawaii."
The statement said if the news
reports of what he has leaked
prove accurate, "this action rep-
resents a grave violation of the
code of conduct."
Snowden told The Guardian
he worked for the CIA as an IT
employee and by 2007 was sta-
tioned in Geneva, Switzerland,
where he had access to classified
"Much of what I saw in
Geneva really disillusioned me
about how my Government
functions and what its impact
is in the world," he told The
Guardian. "I realised that I was
part of something that was
doing far more harm than good."
Snowden left the CIA in 2009
to join a private contractor, and
spent last four years at the NSA,
as a contractor with consulting
giant Booz Allen Hamilton and,
before that, Dell.
The Guardian reported that
Snowden was working in an
NSA office in Hawaii when he
copied the last of the documents
he planned to disclose and told
supervisors that he needed to
be away for a few weeks to
receive treatment for epilepsy.
He left for Hong Kong on May
"I feel satisfied that this was
all worth it. I have no regrets,"
Snowden told The Guardian.
Snowden could face decades
in a US jail for revealing classified
information if he is successfully
extradited from Hong Kong.
Snowden: I'm not going to hide
ZIMMERMAN IN COURT
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