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Egypt floats tender for IT security devices

CAIRO, June 12, 2016

Egypt’s Ministry of Communication and Information Technology has floated a tender to supply and install network equipment and electronic security devices to the Egyptian Financial Supervisory Authority (EFSA), a report said.

Citing June 19 as the date for opening the tenders, the ministry has stated that the supply, which includes over 1,300 devices, including Blu-ray media, laptops, LED screens, and fibre-optic networks, should take place within 12 weeks of awarding the contract, reported Daily News Egypt.

The evaluation is based on the technical specifications of the equipment provided and the training that companies can offer to EFSA employees, the report said, adding that a minimum of 37.5 of 50 points is required for nomination.

The ministry will also consider nomination to companies obtaining 22.5 of 50 points on grounds of previous experience, reputation on the local market, and the quality of service, the report said.

Companies will need to score 15 out of 20 points in the quality of devices, while a total of 75 per cent is the minimum for companies to be considered across all provisions, according to the report.




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