The Electoral Tribunal of Panama is putting out to tender the development of plans and works in the Cristóbal Colón Building in Ciudad de Colón, for use by the Regional Office of the Electoral Tribunal.
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Preparations are being made to launch a tender in December to select a company to develop a new identification system for Panamanians, estimated at between $7 million and $12 million.
The Electoral Tribunal (Tribunal Electoral or TE) is preparing a tender to develop an identification system for Panamanian citizens, through which smart or "multipurpose" identity cards will be generated for use in various functions, such as verifying medical records, credit history, among other things.
Panama's Electoral Tribunal is putting out to tender the development, implementation and maintenance of an Human Resources system.
The Electoral Tribunal wishes to hire a company for the development, implementation and maintenance of a system for human resources in the form of "Software as a Service". This solution must be better than current solutions in order to enable the institution to meet demand and needs for the next 10 years. In addition, it must be able to provide more and better services to Panamanian citizens, the public sector and private companies.
The Attorney General's Office has announced the construction of a 33 storey building which will have 246 parking spaces.
According to Ana Belfon, head of the Attorney General's Office in Panama, the building will be constructed on the land where the Electoral Tribunal is sited and will house the office of the Attorney superior and the offices of the First Judicial Circuit of Panama and will have 246 parking spaces.
The construction of a new headquarters, at a cost of $ 29.8 million, marks the beginning of the project known as "Cuidad Gubernamental" (Government City).
TE's new headquarters will be built in an area of 3.2 hectares, given by the Ministry of Economy and Finance, and will be located in the former Motor Pool of the Panama Canal Authority (ACP), facing Omar Torrijos Herrera Avenue , Ancon District.
Panama's elections authority proposes that electoral advertising should receive a 30% discount on normal prices.
The proposal put forward by Panama's Commission for Electoral Reform is based on a suggestion by TV stations and was discussed by press representatives from radio and newspapers as well as magistrates from the country's elections authority (TE in Spanish).
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