INS Costa Rica Invites Bids for Computer Services

The $ 1 million bid is for maintenance of management systems.

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

The maintenance services are for National Insurance Institute (INS) systems on platform SYSTEM L (570) of GBM.

15,000 (Fifteen Thousand) hours of professional services, design, programming in COBOL, ALLFusion 2e (SYNON), SNAP or ALR (as applicable), as well as development tools specific to the platform System I like CL Control Language, Structured Query Language SQL, Programming Development Manager PDM, SEU Source Entry Utility and Visual Studio 2008 or higher.

Test and document software, according to needs and requirements of the INS both corrective, preventive and adaptive systems including outputs derived from the maintenance of computer systems run on the platform System i (570) of GBM.

Train INS staff (technical-computing, functional and user) on various topics related to efficient management of modifications resulting from requirements provided by the INS.

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