Tender for $5 Million Internet Service

In the Dominican Republic, a tender has been launched for connectivity services and the implementation of structured cabling for 650 public education centers within the framework of the Digital Republic Program.

Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Dominican Republic Government purchase MINERD-CCC-LPN-2020-0015:

"We seek to acquire the following services or plans determined according to the student population of each of the 650 Educational Centers:

-Population of 0-500 students Service speed of 20 Mbps/3Mbps
-Population of 501-1000 students 40 Mbps/5Mbps service speed
-Population of 1001- in front of students: 100 Mbps/10Mbps service speed."

Reference value: $4,694,759.

Deadline for receipt of offers: June 16, 2020.

See tender (in Spanish).

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