Bids received for range of GPHC services

Services for the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) yesterday dominated the opening of tenders at the National Procurement and Tender Administration Board (NPTAB).
The tenders with the respective bids by companies are shown in the tables below.
Provision of services for the maintenance of Perkins generators at the GPHC.

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Provision of services for the collection and disposal of non-infectious waste

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Provision of Pest Control Services

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The Procurement of stationery

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Procurement of Print and Non Print Materials

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Provision of services for Sanitary Disposal

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Meanwhile the Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sport opened tenders for the provision of security services at the National Sports Commission, Main Street, Georgetown office, the National Stadium and for offices in regions 2, 4 and 6.
Procurement of security services for the National Sports Commission.

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Provision of security services for the National Stadium
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Provision of security services for Regions 2, 4 and 6.
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The Ministry of Home Affairs received tenders for the supply and delivery of Information Technology software for the forensic laboratory.

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The Ministry of Agriculture received tenders for the supply, delivery and installation of office equipment and office chairs for the READ office.
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