Panama: Integrated Digital Network Tender Cancelled

The government's innovation authority (AIG in Spanish) has rejected all bids submitted to provide the services.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Three companies had presented offers to supply a multi-service network providing integrated voice, internet and data services to state institutions. Telefónica Móviles made an offer of $60 million, Cable Onda $29 million and Cable & Wireless Panama $36 million.

On cancelling the tender process AIG is evaluating the possibility of managing the state's networks through various suppliers.

Eduardo E. Jaén, AIG administrator, indicated to that, "after discarding the offers submitted and redefining the technical solution the aim is to look for greater savings by reviewing whether the companies together can provide combined advantages".

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