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Government of India Floats Draft RFP For Cloud Services

The government of India has floated a draft RFP for provisional accreditation of cloud services of private cloud providers in the country. The government is offering a new model of cloud computing services (including IaaS, PaaS and SaaS) to the users through ‘GI Cloud’ coined as MeghRaj. The focus of …

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Leonia weighs outscourcing garbage, recycling pickups

LEONIA — With costs rising and several capital projects proposed, the borough is considering outsourcing garbage and recycling collection. Public bids were prepared and are due back next month, according to Borough Administrator Jack Terhune. He stressed that no decision has been made, and that the bids were intended to …

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Vietnam to solicit bids for wind power projects

The Ministry of Industry and Trade will submit to the government a pilot program to organize international bidding to pick competent developers for wind power projects that have been long delayed, a state official said at a seminar on wind energy in Ho Chi Minh City on Monday. In the …

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Global Group wins $7.5b bid for Aussie power assets

Sydney: Investors from Canada and the Middle East are part of a group that agreed to pay about 10.3 billion Australian dollars (Dh27.43 billion, $7.5 billion) for an electricity network in Australia’s most- populous state, beating rival offers from companies including State Grid Corp of China. The successful bidders for …

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Goodhue County Board hopes to develop campground

At the Oct. 20 meeting of the Goodhue County Board of Commissioners, a Request for Proposal (RFP) was made to sell the property next to the Lake Byllesby Park for the purpose of constructing a campground. Public Works Director Greg Isakson presented an RFP at the mid-November Board meeting written …

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Foreign bids for Australian power grid test government resolve

Foreign investors are in three of the four groups bidding for a $9-billion (Australian, $8.6-billion) electricity network in Australia’s biggest state economy, underscoring the balancing act facing governments trying to get top price for assets amid mounting concerns about overseas ownership of vital infrastructure. State Grid Corp. of China, the …

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