Tender for Security Services

The Guatemalan government seeks to provide security at different offices of the Ministry of Education, to be provided from June to December 2022.

Tuesday, January 4, 2022

g>Guatemalan Government Purchase 15875008:

"The Ministry of Education requires
security and surveillance service for different central plant facilities, warehouses and offices during June to December 2022.

The service will require hiring 40 security guards with 12x12 and 24x24 shifts.

The team will be made up of men and women to provide security in different facilities of the ministry on an uninterrupted basis with a full period, from Monday to Sunday, including holidays and public holidays.

For more information, please visit the bidding process.

Deadline to submit bids: February 14, 2022. 

See tender.



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