PM “very pleased” with Dorian progress

Debris cleanup of the Mudd in Abaco following Hurricane Dorian.  NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The government has made ‘extremely shocking’ progress since Hurricane Dorian blasted its way through The Bahamas nearly one year ago, said Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis yesterday. “I am very very pleased of the progress that has been made,” Minnis said. He spoke following a tour of ...

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BPL’s Family Island Renewable RFP’s Reach Stage Two

In a statement released on Tuesday, June 2nd, 2020, Bahamas Power and Light Company Ltd. (BPL) announced that multiple bids for renewable and sustainable power generation and storage plants on a number of Family Islands had entered phase two of evaluations.  The statement read as follows: “Bahamas Power and Light Company Ltd. (BPL) is excited to report that six potential ...

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Landmark Public Procurement Bill soon up for debate

House of Assembly NASSAU, BAHAMAS — The Government tabled landmark legislation last week that will substantially change how contracts are awarded throughout the entire public service. The Public Procurement Bill, 2020, will be debated in the House of Assembly following the adoption of the FY2020/21 Annual Budget. The new rules will govern how government contracts for goods and services are ...

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