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SUPPLY OF SERVER EQUIPMENT
1. NALIS invites tenders for the supply of:
2. The equipment speci cations are attached. See Appendix IV
3. Any further information can be obtained from the Systems Manager, Information Networks Division at NALIS: Phone No: 624-4466 ext.
2302 or 2306.
4. The deadline for clari cation is at 3:30pm Wednesday July 24, 2013
5. Suppliers submitting tenders who are registered for the purpose of Value Added Tax must, where applicable:
i. Provide a Value Added Tax Clearance certi cate no more than six (06) months prior to the closing date of tender, and
ii. Show the VAT separately adjacent to the tender price
6. Tenders must be submitted with the following :
i. A Company pro le
ii. References and contact number
iii. Experience record
iv. Financial Record (and contact number)
v. NIS Compliance Certi cate
vi. Literature and speci cations of equipment
vii. Delivery time for item
viii. Warranty on equipment
ix. Availability of critical spares for equipment where applicable
7. One (1) original and Three (03) copies of the tender bid are to be submitted, and must be enclosed in sealed envelopes and depos-
ited in the Tenders Box on the Fourth (4th) oor at the National Library Building, Cor. Hart St & Abercromby St, Port-of-Spain, no later
than 1:00pm Wednesday July 31, 2013. The envelopes must be addressed to the Executive Director and marked;
NALIS: Invitation to Tender for the Supply of Servers Equipment
8. 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
9. The Board does not bind itself to accept any tender.
10. Late tenders will not be considered under any circumstances.
11. The opening of tenders will be conducted at 1:45pm on Wednesday July 31, 2013 on the 4th oor of the National Library Building,
Hart & Abercromby Sts., and Port-of-Spain. Each supplier may, if they so desire, have a representative present for the opening on the
aforementioned date and time.
12. The deposit slot on the tender box measures 8cm (3.25in) high and 30cm (12in) wide. Please ensure that tender packages are able to t
or it will not be accepted unless if deposited in the tender box provided.
13. PLEASE VISIT THE NALIS WEBSITE FOR THE COMPLETE RFP at www.nalis.gov.tt
Hundreds of dead stingrays have been found on
a beach in the eastern Mexican state of Veracruz.
The stingrays---more than 250 in total---were spotted
on Chachalacas beach near the town of Ursulo Galvan
Some locals reported seeing fishermen dumping
the rays on the beach.
Veracruz s Environment Minister Victor Alvarado
Martinez has asked federal authorities for help inves-
tigating the incident.
Local mayor Jose Martin Verdero said it was "pos-
sible that the rays had got caught in nets" used by
Chachalacas fishermen trying to catch other fish.
But residents said they had been dumped after the
fishermen did not get the price they wanted for them.
Chachalacas fisherman Jaime Vazquez said that in
his more than three decades in the job he had ever
seen any of his colleagues dump dead fish on the
He told local media that any unwanted fish would
have been returned to the sea while still alive.---BBC
Tens of thousands of dead fish have washed up
on the banks of a Mexican reservoir, amid allegations
that a local firm contaminated the water.
Local Mayor Emeterio Corona said the firm had
dumped hundreds of litres of molasses into a canal
that flows into the reservoir in Jalisco state.
The fish had been starved of oxygen and died from
asphyxiation, he said.
Local fishermen warned that their livelihoods had
been put at risk by the disaster. Some 180 families
were reported to live off fishing on the reservoir.
Corona, mayor of Acatlan de Juarez, did not name
the firm involved but said they had acted illegally.
"The environment and the sustenance of everybody
(in the community) was damaged," he said.
"What will they live off? I m outraged. This is a
Italian Senate Vice President Roberto Calderoli,
left, shakes hands with Integration Minister
Cecile Kyenge, Tuesday, inside the Senate, in
Rome. Calderoli is officially under investigation
for aggravated defamation for racial hatred for
his recent racist slur against Kyenge, Italy's first
black Cabinet minister. Calderoli, a leader of the
anti-immigrant Northern League, has been
criticised by Italy's president, premier and a host
of ministers and lawmakers for having compared
the Congolese-born integration minister to an
orangutan. The vice president rejected calls for
his resignation Tuesday, saying he was sorry and
would send her a bouquet of flowers. AP PHOTO
Dead fish fill reservoir
Dead stingrays on a
beach near the Mexican
town of Ursulo Galvan,
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