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NORTH CENTRAL REGIONAL HEALTHAUTHORITY
1. The North-Central Regional Health Authority has authorized tendering for the following;
Name of Tender
Supply of One (1) Bio Hazard Vehicle for the NCRHA
Monday 17th March 2014 at 2:00 pm
and now invites interested firms having representation and service facilities in Trinidad and Tobago to submit their proposal.
2. Tender Documents may be perused at Third Floor, Room 306, Building #39, Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex, between the hours of 8:00am -
12:00pm and 1:00pm - 3:00pm, but may be taken away upon payment of a non-refundable fee of Three Hundred Dollars (TT$300.00) by cash or certified
cheque to the North-Central Regional Health Authority, payable at the cashier Building #2, Ground Floor, Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex. The receipt
must be attached to the Tender upon submission.
3. All requests for information and /or clarification shall be addressed to:
The Chairman of the Tenders Committee
c/o Tenders Department, Room 323
North Central Regional Health Authority, Third Floor
Building 39, Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex, Uriah Butler Highway, Champs Fleurs
Tel: (868) 645-2640 ext: 5077 Fax: (868) 645-2640 ext. 5077
4. Tenderers are required to fully complete and return the Tender Form together with the Tender.
5. Tenders must remain valid for a period of at least one hundred and eighty (180) days (6 months) from the closing date of the Tender and must be
accompanied by the following:
• Valid Income Tax Certificate;
• Valid VAT Clearance Certificate;
• Valid NIS Certificate;
• Certificate of Incorporation/ Certificate of Continuance;
• 2% Bid Security in the form of a bank guarantee or a certified cheque;
• Tender Form;
• The Price Schedule which must include the Delivery Schedule;
• Two (2) Recent References of Completed Similar Services;
• Qualification Questionnaire with all attachments;
• Tenderers must also provide a copy of NCRHA's Receipt for the procurement of Tender Document;
6. All alterations or erasures in the Tender must be initialled by the person submitting the Tender or in the case of a business entity, a duly authorised
7. The Bid Security of two percent (2%) of the value tendered shall be included with the Bid. Such Security shall be in the form of a bank guarantee or a
8. The original and five (5) copies of the entire original Tender submission documents must be placed in sealed envelopes addressed to:
The Chairman of the Tenders Committee
North Central Regional Health Authority
Building 39, Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex
Uriah Butler Highway, Champs Fleurs
And clearly marked:
Request for Proposal for the Supply of One (1) Bio Hazard Vehicle for the North-Central Regional Health Authority (NCRHA)
9. The envelope must be deposited in the Tender Box at the Tenders Department, at the above address no later than 2:00 pm on Monday 17th March
2014. Tenderers will be required to sign a form indicating the date and time of deposit of the Tender before the deposit of the envelope in the Tender Box.
10. Tenders will be opened publicly at 2:15 pm on the same day in a meeting room on the NCRHA's premises. The Tenderer or his representative may choose
to be present at the opening.
11. The Authority does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any other Tender.
12. The successful Tenderer would be required to furnish a Performance Bond of not less than ten percent (10%) of the contract price within fourteen (14)
days of receiving the letter of award.
13. Late Tenders will not be considered.
14. Failure to comply with any of these instructions may result in the Tender not being considered.
15. The Authority reserves the right to cancel the present Tender in its entirety or partially, without defraying any cost incurred by any firm in submitting its
BAGHDAD---The United Nations said yesterday it
is concerned over the plight of civilians caught up
in fighting in Iraq s besieged city of Fallujah, occu-
pied by al-Qaeda-linked militants and other Sunni
insurgent groups since late December.
The UN s mission to Iraq statement came as security
forces intensified shelling inside the city, 40 miles
(65 kilometers) west of Baghdad, targeting gunmen
holed up inside houses and government buildings.
Troops and allied Sunni tribal militias are also trying
to drive militants out of parts of nearby Ramadi city,
the provincial capital of the western Anbar province.
"I am particularly concerned about the rapidly
deteriorating conditions in Fallujah where many res-
idents are caught up in the fighting," UN mission
chief Nickolay Mladenov said in the statement. "The
UN continues to urge for humanitarian access to the
city," he added.
Residents, who spoke on condition of anonymity
for security reasons, said artillery shelling had inten-
sified since last night in a number of the city s neigh-
bourhoods. Some of the shells hit the city s general
hospital, according to its director Wissam al-Essawi.
He said that employees would leave the hospital if
it is bombed again.
"Hospitals and medical facilities should be protected
by all," Mladenov said.
In his weekly televised speech on Wednesday, Iraqi
Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki said security forces
were instructed to differentiate between areas crowded
with civilians and those under the control of the mil-
itants. But some neighbourhoods had turned into
"military industrialization" areas, he said.
"Houses, hospitals, schools and other properties
are all respected areas, but as we stated before, any
house or government building from which a bullet
is fired at civilians or the military will be considered
a target," al-Maliki said.
Also yesterday, two bombs, hidden in clothing
stalls in the capital s al-Arabi wholesale market, went
off simultaneously, killing six civilians and wounding
18 others, a police and medical official said on con-
dition of anonymity as they were not authorised to
brief journalists. Public places such as cafes, restau-
rants, mosques and markets are favourite targets for
militants in Iraq seeking to undermine the Shiite led-
government s efforts to maintain security nation-
Iraq is undergoing a surge in violence unseen since
2008 that has become the Shiite-led government s
most serious challenge. Violence has spiked since
last April, when security forces cracked down on a
Sunni protest camp north of Baghdad in clashes that
left 45 dead. According to the UN, 8,868 people were
killed in Iraq last year---the country s highest death
toll since a peak of sectarian bloodletting in 2007.
UN concerned over
situation in Fallujah
"I am particularly concerned about the
rapidly deteriorating conditions in
Fallujah where many residents are
caught up in the fighting. The UN
continues to urge for humanitarian
access to the city."
--- UN mission chief Nickolay Mladenov.
Heavy smoke billows from Baghdad's historic Shorjah market after it was hit by
two bomb blasts yesterday. AFP PHOTO
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