Telecoms: Tender for Network Maintenance

The Costa Rican Institute of Electricity tenders the maintenance services and installations in the telecommunications network in the central and northern Pacific sector, under the delivery on demand modality.

Monday, May 18, 2020

Costa Rican Government Purchase 2020LA-000022-0000400001:

"The Contractor must have the following equipment and tools

i. VFL (visual fault locator).
ii. OTDR (Last Mile Troubleshooting), which complies with the requirements of current ICE technical regulations, for fibre optic fault handling
iii. Labelling machine must include ink and labels necessary for its operation

The contract shall have a 12-month duration, with the possibility of 2 extensions, in case the administration considers not to require the extensions, it shall inform the Contractor in writing, within a period of no less than 30 calendar days, prior to the end of the period in force."

Reference value: $1,824,381.

Deadline for receipt of bids: June 5, 2020.

See tender (in Spanish).

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