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CHAGUARAMAS DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP)
FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SOFTWARE SOLUTION
Chaguaramas Development Authority (CDA) is seeking proposals from qualified and
experienced consultants to provide a comprehensive, fully integrated financial accounting
software solution that will meet the needs of the Authority which can be the leading and key
component to an enterprise wide software solution. The proposal submitted will be for business
and systems analysis, accounting systems design and the implementation, testing, training and
maintenance of the accounting system.
Evaluation of proposals will be based on requirements including but not limited to: experience
and technical support; recommended solution; timeframe for implementation; cost of the
recommended solution; and cost of annual support, software maintenance and training;
CDA invites suitably qualified entities to subscribe for a copy of the RFP for a non- refundable
fee of TT$500.00 payable by cash or certified cheque to the Chaguaramas Development
Authority and thereupon register as proposed proponents. Proponents may contact the CDA's
Corporate Secretary at the telephone numbers listed below or via email to
Copies of the RFP are available at the Head Office of CDA at Airway Road, Chaguaramas,
Trinidad, Monday to Friday from January 14, 2014 between the hours of 8.30 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.
The Telephone contact is (868) 634-4413 and Fax: 634-2465.
Before collecting the RFP package a proponent or its representative will be required to sign a
confidentiality agreement, the form of which can be viewed on the CDA's website,
www.chagdev.com, or at the CDA's Head Office.
Proposals in response to the RFP may be submitted by registered proponents only, and must be
received by 12 noon on Tuesday February 11, 2014 in accordance with the requirements of the
CDA will not be responsible for any cost incurred by any proponent in preparing and
submitting its proposal and reserves the right to cancel the RFP process or vary its terms
BARCELONA---With Cristiano Ronaldo missing
his scoring touch, Real Madrid needed defender
Pepe to score in the second half to secure a 1-0 vic-
tory at Espanyol yesterday to pull within three
points of the Spanish league co-leaders.
Pepe was left unmarked to head in Luka Modric's
corner kick in the 55th minute, as Cristiano Ronaldo
failed to add to his league-leading 20 goals.
Ronaldo is favoured to win the FIFA's Ballon d'Or
today over Lionel Messi and Franck Ribery. The Por-
tugal forward uncharacteristically wasted two clear
scoring chances, while goalkeeper Kiko Casilla denied
him on another three occasions.
Third-place Madrid took full advantage of Satur-
day's scoreless draw between Barcelona and Atletico
Madrid, which left them level at the top of the table
at the league's halfway mark.
Also yesterday, Real Betis remained in last place
after slumping to an error-plagued 2-1 loss at home
to Osasuna, while Rayo Vallecano won 1-0 at Getafe's
foggy Alfonso Perez Coliseum to end a five-game
streak without a win in league play.
Madrid weathered Espanyol's initial push and
turned to Karim Benzema and Ronaldo to provide
the attacking threat.
Espanyol, which was without suspended forward
Sergio Garcia and coach Javier Aguirre, was fortunate
to make it to halftime not trailing after Angel Di
Maria squandered Madrid's four-on-two counterattack
seconds before Benzema headed wide in the 42nd.
But Pepe made good on Madrid's dominance by
thumping Modric's pass under Casilla, who got a
hand on the ball but not enough to keep it out of
Nothing went Betis' way against Osasuna, a direct
relegation rival, in a game both sides finished with
Betis conceded Roberto Torres' header within two
minutes, had Jose "Nono" Delgado dismissed with
his second yellow card in the 38th, and saw Jordi
Figueras score an own goal in the 57th.
And when Osasuna goalkeeper Andres Fernandez
gave them a sliver of hope in the 62nd when he was
PARIS---Andre-Pierre Gignac scored his sixth
goal in the past five games as Marseille won 2-
1 at Evian to move into fifth place in the French
Pape Amodou Sougou, who is on loan from
Marseille this season, scored for Evian in the 15th
minute with a looping header from Cedric Bar-
But the lead was short-lived as veteran mid-
fielder Benoit Cheyrou equalised in the 22nd
with a powerful strike from 25 metres out, and
Gignac continued his recent good form to give
Marseille the lead in the 38th with his ninth
league goal of the season.
Cheyrou and forward Saber Khalifa---who
joined Marseille from Evian in the offseason---
combined to release Florian Thauvin inside the
penalty area and his cross was headed in by
Khalifa hit the crossbar with a shot from just
outside the penalty area early in the second half,
and Gignac saw his header drift over in the 66th
and then volleyed just wide from Thauvin's cross
in the 72nd as Marseille went close to a third
Earlier, Ismael Bangoura scored a late winner
as sixth-placed Nantes beat Lorient 1-0.
Leader Paris Saint-Germain won 2-1 at Ajaccio
in Saturday's games to profit from Monaco's 1-
1 draw at Montpellier on Friday night.
Gignac scores winner as
Marseille moves fifth
right, reacts after
scoring with his
during a Spanish
La Liga soccer
red carded for fouling Ruben Castro in the area,
Castro deflated the crowd at Benito Villamarin Sta-
dium by sending his penalty kick off the crossbar.
Jorge Molina pulled one back in the 80th but
Osasuna squandered two chances to widen the margin
before the final whistle.
The demoralising loss left Betis winless in its last
12 league matches and seven points from safety at
the season's midway mark.
Osasuna stayed unbeaten in four rounds and edged
five points clear of the drop.
Madrid sneaks past
Espanyol to close on leaders
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