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SUPPLY OF SERVER EQUIPMENT
FOR THE NATIONAL LIBRARY BUILDING
1. NALIS invites tenders for the Supply of Server Equipment for the National Library Building.
2. Any further information can be obtained from NALIS' Procurement Department telephone number 624-4466 ext 2412 or e-mailed to email@example.com.
3. The deadline for clari cation is 3:00 pm, November 22, 2013
4. Suppliers submitting tenders who are registered for the purpose of Value Added Tax must:
i. Provide a Value Added Tax clearance certi cate, and
ii. Show the VAT separately adjacent to the tender price
5. Tenders must be accompanied by an NIS compliance certi cate not older than six (6) months.
6. Tenders must include (with regard to equipment)
i. Brochures and speci cations of equipment, dimensions and weight
ii. Equipment supply voltage and operation amperage (277v 1ph; 480v 3ph@60hz)
iii. Delivery time for item
iv. Warranty on equipment
v. Availability of critical spares for equipment
vi. Training instructions on equipment use
vii. Safety procedures in use of equipment
ix. Availability of replacement equipment where applicable
7. Tenders must be submitted with the following :
i. A company pro le
ii. References and contact numbers
iii. Experience record
iv. Audited nancial statements for the last three (3) years
v. Financial reference (and contact numbers)
vi. Group number/s for which the tender is made
8. One (1) original and ve (5) copies of the tender bid are to be submitted, and must be enclosed in sealed envelopes and deposited in the Tenders Box on the Fourth (4th)
Floor at the National Library Building, Cor. Hart & Abercromby Sts, Port-of-Spain no later than 1:00pm December 5, 2013. The envelopes must be addressed to the Executive
NALIS: Invitation to Tender for the Supply of Server Equipment for the National Library Building
9. 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
10. The Board does not bind itself to accept any tender.
11. Late tenders will not be considered under any circumstances. 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.
12. The opening of tenders will be conducted at 1:15pm on December 5, 2013 on the 4th Floor of the National Library Building, Cor. Hart & Abercromby Sts, Port-of-Spain. Each
supplier may, if so desired, have a representative present to view the opening on the aforementioned date and time.
13. The Authority reserves the right to cancel this tender in its entirety or partially without defraying costs incurred by any rm in submitting its tender.
14. This notice is also available on the NALIS website: www.nalis.gov.tt
A winning strike from speedy striker
Deon O Garro midway through the second
half, handed Chaguanas North the Central
Zone title of the Coca-Cola InterCol com-
petition, yesterday, in a 3-2 win over arch
rival and league winner Carapichaima East
Secondary, at the Ato Boldon Stadium,
Chaguanas North s vindicating win came
simultaneously with Speyside Secondary s
successful defence of the Tobago InterCol
crown, at Shaw Park. Speyside Secondary
made a late surge to secure a come-from-
behind win over Mason Hall. Marcus Caesar
scored the match winning goal with eight
minutes left in regulation time, before Bran-
don Benjamin completed a double in time
added on to seal the title for Speyside.
The two wins put Chaguanas North and
Speyside into the lone qualifying match for
the National InterCol semifinals. The match
will be played in Shaw Park, next Monday.
The South, North and East InterCol cham-
pions, all of which will be determined between
tomorrow and Thursday, will book automatic
places in the semifinals.
The win for Chaguanas North was sweet
Chaguanas North, Speyside
reign in Coca-Cola InterCol
Super League outfit Malabar FC responded from
a half-time deficit to record a 4-2 win over Sec-
ondary Schools East Zone champion St Augustine
Secondary, to book a spot in the T&T Football Asso-
ciation FA Trophy round-of-32, yesterday.
The preliminary fixture was played at St Augustine
Secondary, with the winning team, Malabar respond-
ing well to a 2-1 half time deficit, to win by the com-
It was Malabar, in fact, which had opened the
scoring through Shandel Samuel in the 10th minute.
The lead, however, was short lived as Green Machine
stormed back with goals from season-long stand-
out performers in Jordan Devonish (16th) and national
youth player Shannon Gomez (41st).
Malabar took its time to get back into the fixture,
but a quickfire double from Armstrong (70th and
76th), saw it reclaim the lead. The scoring was finalized
two minutes into added time courtesy a strike from
The win put Malabar up against Penal All Stars.
The two teams will meet tomorrow, while 15 other
knockout matches are played. With St Augustine
eliminated and Presentation College of San Fernando
withdrawn, St Mary s College and Carapichaima East
Secondary remain the only two SSFL teams left in
4-2 in FA Trophy
Yesterday's round of 32 qualifier result
Malabar FC 4 (Shandel Samuel 10th, Nicholas
Armstrong 70th, 76th, Julio Noel 92nd) v St
Augustine 2 (Jordan Devonish 16th, Shannon
revenge for a team which seemingly won the zonal
league title on the final day. The SSFL later ruled that
Chaguanas North fielded ineligible players. The body
then deducted nine points, which saw Chaguanas
North lose the title. Appeals were subsequently made
to the SSFL and investigations are ongoing.
Saints' coach Edwards slapped
with five match ban
St Mary s College head coach Jason Edwards will
serve a five match ban, while three member of the
coaching staff will be on a three-match suspended
ban, for their part in the altercation with referee
Rodphin Harris during and after the recent Big-Five
The decision was made by the Secondary Schools
Football League, following a meeting with a repre-
sentative of St Mary s College, the coaches and rep-
resentatives of the SSFL s disciplinary committee at
the Queen s Royal College, on Friday. Speaking yes-
terday, Azaad Mohammed Khan, the league general
secretary, said the meeting was cordial, with no major
disagreements between any parties. The ban will come
into effect at the start of next season, while the three
other coaches will not face a ban granted there are
no further disciplinary problems.
Yesterday's Coca-Cola InterCol results
Central Zone final
Chaguanas North 3 (Jesse Frank 29th pen, David
Maloney 45th, Deon O'Garro 68th) v Carapichaima
East 2 (Darren Thomas 21st, 42nd)
Tobago Zone final
Speyside 4 (Weah Adams 23rd, Brandon Benjamin
74th, 90th, Marcus Caesar 82nd) v Mason Hall 2
(Akini James 15th, 34th)
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