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PENAL/DEBE REGIONAL CORPORATION
1. he Penal/Debe Regional Corporation invites interested contractors who are registered with
the Corporation to Tender for the under-mentioned:
1. Road Building Material & Hire of Equipment for Debe District.
2. Road Building Material & Hire of Equipment for Penal District.
3. Supply and Delivery of Hardware Items, Local Lumber, Inverts and Cylinders.
2. Tender documents can be obtained during the hours of 8.00 a.m to 3.00 p.m at the Tenders
Department, Penal/Debe Regional Corporation, #218A S. S. Erin Road, Debe. Telephone
Contact 647-0961/7012/2092 Ext 112 at the cost of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) per item.
This non- refundable deposit is payable by cash or Certified Cheque made payable to the Chief
Executive Officer, Penal/Debe Regional Corporation. Any further information may be
obtained during normal working hours from the Road Officer at 647-8307.
3. Tenders must be accompanied by an NIS Compliance Certificate, Valid Income Tax and Value
Added Tax Clearance Certificates issued by the Board of Inland Revenue and dated not more
than Six (6) months prior to the closing of the tender.
4. The form of Tender must be placed in a sealed envelope and addressed to the Chief Executive
Officer, Penal/Debe Regional Corporation. The names of the items must be marked on the
outside envelope e.g. TENDER FOR: ROAD BUILDING & HIRE OF EQUIPMENT
5. Envelopes must be deposited in the WHITE TENDER BOX #2 & #3 located at t he
upstairs lobby no later than 12.00 noon on Wednesday 11th September, 2013.
6. Late tenders will not be considered under any circumstances. The Corporation does not bind
itself to accept the lowest of any tender. The Penal/Debe Regional Corporation reserves the right
to cancel the tender without defraying any cost incurred to Tenderer in submitting their bids.
The list of registered contractors can be found on our website www.pdrctt.com or
the Corporation's lobby.
Chief Executive Officer
Penal/Debe Regional Corporation
ZURICH---Usain Bolt aims to achieve greatness
with a third Olympic triple gold-medal haul at the
2016 Rio de Janeiro Games.
"To actually go to Rio and win again would be a
feat in itself," Bolt said yesterday, speaking ahead of
the Weltklasse Diamond League meeting.
The Jamaican will run in the 100 metres today
after a world championship sweep in the 100, 200
and 4x100 relay in Moscow, where he talked of work-
ing hard to attain "the greatness thing."
He completed the same triple at the past two
Olympics and is focused on repeating in Rio.
"For me, the key thing is just to go to defend my
titles, and that s my focus," Bolt said. "It would be
the first time anybody has ever won three times in
Bolt became the most decorated athlete in world
championships history this month, with his career
tally of eight golds and two silvers lifting him above
American great Carl Lewis.
Three more golds for Bolt in Rio would still leave
him trailing Lewis Olympic track and field record
of nine golds and one silver.
"I won t be adding a fourth event in Rio, for sure,"
said the 27-year-old Bolt, whose 34th birthday could
fall during the 2020 Summer Games.
Bolt s news conference was held at FIFA head-
quarters, across the city from the stadium where he
will run today.
Bolt was greeted on arrival by FIFA President Sepp
Blatter, and later accepted a blue FIFA football shirt
bearing his name and the No 9.
Blatter joked that nine seconds was probably the
limit for Bolt, whose 100 world record set in 2009
stands at 9.58.
Bolt suggested he was capable of running in the
9.70s at Weltklasse, where a warm, still evening is
"I have gotten a lot of rest," said Bolt, who last
year in cool, wet conditions set a Weltklasse meet
record of 19.66 in the 200. "This track is always a
fast track and I ve run some fast times here."
He ran a season s-best 9.77 in Moscow and rivals
today include worlds runner-up Justin Gatlin of the
United States and Jamaican bronze medalist Nesta
Though Bolt is the star attraction, the sold-out
Letzigrund stadium will also focus on stellar fields
for the men s high jump and women s 5,000.
Dwight Phillips, the 2004 Athens Olympics gold
medalist and four-time world champion, will compete
in his final competition at the age of 35.
Jamaican sprint star Usain Bolt, right, meets with
FIFA President Sepp Blatter yesterday, at the FIFA
headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland. AP PHOTO
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