The New Zealand Electricity Authority is inviting international market makers to provide services to the New Zealand electricity futures market

The New Zealand Electricity Authority has a services contract opportunity for providers of market making services to support the New Zealand wholesale electricity futures market. The Authority reviewed market making arrangements in the New Zealand futures market throughout 2020 and decided to procure market making services on a commercial basis. The Authority is inviting organisations interested in providing market making ...

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Request for Proposal for Managed Information Technologies Services Agreement for Otto Bruyns Public Library of Northfield

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR MANAGED INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES SERVICES AGREEMENT FOR OTTO BRUYNS PUBLIC LIBRARY OF NORTHFIELD The Otto Bruyns Public Library Board of Trustees is soliciting proposals for Managed Information Technologies Services. A copy of the Request for Proposal (RFP) must be obtained in person from: Otto Bruyns Public Library of Northfield 241 W. Mill Road Northfield, NJ 08225 Ph: ...

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Recap: City Council

Here’s a recap of our live coverage of this evening’s Evanston City Council special meeting focused largely on issues related to affordable housing. Here’s a recap of our live coverage of this evening’s Evanston City Council special meeting focused largely on issues related to affordable housing. A packet with information on tonight’s agenda items is available online. The meeting is scheduled ...

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Cape Carteret seeks bids for development of unified development ordinance

CAPE CARTERET — The town has issued a request for proposals for a contractor to prepare a unified development ordinance for Cape Carteret. The RFP went out Dec. 31, and proposals are due by the end of the workday Friday, Jan. 29. Preparation of a UDO, which would bring all of the town’s zoning and development regulations into one streamlined document, ...

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Z Energy Upgrades Customer Experience With TNS’ Secure SD-WAN

The technology will allow more than 500 fuel sites across New Zealand to boost payments security and support new customer-centric digital offerings RESTON, Va.– Transaction Network Services (TNS) today announced a new partnership with Z Energy —New Zealand’s leading fuel retailer — to enhance their retail customer experience through TNS Secure SD-WAN, which leverages Fortinet’s Secure SD-WAN solution to combine industry-leading ...

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Island Avenue School Committee Delivers Final Report

MADISON — The committee charged with finding a permanent use for the Island Avenue School building delivered its final recommendations to the Board of Selectmen (BOS) this week, though a final decision on Island’s future has yet to be determined. Just over a year after being formed, the Ad-hoc Island Future Use Committee delivered a final report to the BOS, ...

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RFP Tips for Maintenance Facilities

Rick Upton provides insights and tips for running a successful facility maintenance RFP. Like all other areas of a business, facilities need to look at their options from time to time. And, with so many things happening today in the world of facilities maintenance and myriad vendor options to explore, now may be the perfect time to take advantage of ...

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RFP alert: Three Pennsylvania utilities seeking solar energy credits

Parent company FirstEnergy is requesting 137,000 credits for a trio of utilities, with qualifying applications due in February. Image: Pixabay Parent company FirstEnergy Corp. has issued a request for proposals (RFP) to purchase 137,000 solar photovoltaic alternative energy credits (SPAECs) annually over a two-year period on behalf of three FirstEnergy Pennsylvania utilities: Pennsylvania Power Co., Pennsylvania Electric Co., and Metropolitan ...

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RFP for school bus services pushed back due to emergency declaration

There appears to be some breathing room for local school bus operators who were concerned about their contract with the province running out at the end of the 2020/21 school year. In a Tuesday news release, Tri Board Transportation says the RFP process for student transportation services has been postponed because of Ontario’s emergency declaration and the current agreement will be extended ...

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GovCon Flash: HHS Plans $40 Billion CIO-SP4 RFP by February

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) plans to issue a request for proposal for the 10-year, $40 billion, Chief Information Officer – Solutions and Partners 4 (CIO-SP4) contract in early February. Brian Goodger, acting director of the National Institutes of Health Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC), made the announcement on Jan. 14. Speaking to a NITAAC contract holders ...

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Request for proposals for professional services Sierra Valley Subbasin SGMA Implementation

The Sierra Valley Groundwater Management District invites qualified respondents to submit proposals to provide professional services in association with the development and completion of a Groundwater Sustainability Plan for the Sierra Valley Subbasin (5-012.01) SGMA Implementation. The District received a Proposition 68 DWR Grant to prepare a Groundwater Sustainability Plan with Work Plan “Category (d)” or Monitoring / Assessment to ...

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GE Sues Siemens Over Dominion Data Leak

General Electric (GE) has filed suit seeking major monetary damages from Siemens Energy in a Virginia federal court, alleging “willful and malicious misappropriation of GE trade secrets” as they competed to be suppliers to Dominion Energy Virginia. Dominion is not a named defendant, but an employee (reportedly now gone) is accused of sharing GE’s data with Siemens. A copy of ...

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Park designer wanted

City of Vernon published a public tender to procure a design team for a new park City of Vernon Wanted: someone to design a new park in Vernon. On Jan. 15, the City of Vernon published a request for proposal (RFP) to find a design team for a park at the former Civic Arena site. “The park site is in ...

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Bloomington’s City Farmers’ Market Accepting Food and Beverage Artisan Proposals

(BLOOMINGTON) – The Bloomington Parks and Recreation Department is seeking proposals from local businesses, organizations, and individuals to manage all aspects of food and beverage artisan stands, or food truck/push cart vending stands, at the Bloomington Community Farmers’ Market on Saturday mornings during the 2021 Market season. To select the food and beverage artisans and food truck/push cart vendors that ...

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No Response Received By Regional Coalition To Executive Director Services Request For Proposals

No proposals were received by the Regional Coalition of LANL Communities board for executive director services by the January 14 deadline and it is not clear what this means for the Coalition’s future. Since the departure of former executive director Eric Vasquez at the end of the Chicanos Por La Causa contract term in August 2020, some of the executive ...

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Bhavesh Shekhawat and Aakansha Bansal impress in 25m Rapid Fire Pistol as national shooting trials conclude

Both shooters impressed in the final round after lacklustre performances in the qualifiers Bhavesh Shekhawat and Aakansha Bansal of the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), won the Men’s and Women’s 25M Rapid Fire Pistol (RFP) T2 competitions, as the final day of the National Shooting trials concluded at the Dr. Karni Singh Shooting Range in New Delhi. Bhavesh shot an impressive 32 with three 5s ...

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College trustees to seek RFP for property sale

Trustees of the Northern Wyoming Community College voted to seek a request for proposals for real estate brokerage services to assist in sale of property belonging to the district in the city of Sheridan. Trustees Chair Deb Wendtland suggested the possible language of the motion. Trustee Shelley Kinnison made the motion, which was seconded by Trustee Norleen Healy. The motion ...

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Burnaby looks at equipping bylaw officers with body cams

This comes after a trial period with the city’s bike patrol using body-worn cameras The City of Burnaby is seeking proposals for implementing and maintaining body-worn cameras for its bylaw officers. The City of Burnaby is looking to equip its bylaw officers with body-worn cameras. Body cameras have increasingly been in the spotlight in recent years, with calls growing for police ...

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RUMSL Tenders for DPR of 950 MW Solar & 600 MW Floating Solar Project in Madhya Pradesh

Rewa Ultra Mega Solar Limited (RUMSL) has released the RFP for the Preparation of DPR for the development of identified Solar Parks in Madhya Pradesh RUMSL, a Joint Venture formed between Solar Energy Corporation of India Ltd (SECI) and Madhya Pradesh Urja Vikas Nigam Limited (MPUVNL), has issued a tender to select firms to prepare a Detailed Project Report (DPR) ...

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The Deadly Alphabet Soup That Is India’s Defence Acquisition Procedure

Service officers and defence ministry officials concede that the ‘alphabetic morse code’ that comprises communications with vendors pose a ‘formidable comprehensible’ challenge even to themselves. Every day we are assaulted by a miasma of bewildering acronyms and abbreviations in official documents, newspapers and on television, all guaranteed to drown millions of us in thick alphabet soup. But this confusion is possibly paramount in India’s ...

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San Marcos City Council To Receive Update On Garbage Service RFP

On Tuesday, the San Marcos City Council will receive an update presentation and hold a discussion regarding the City’s RFP for garbage services. According to the agenda, the direction was given to proceed with RFP for garbage services and provide an update of progress from the September 29 city council meeting. Staff seeks direction from the council for the garbage ...

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You’ve turned this courtroom into ‘Xarabank’, judge says as Muscat, Delia clash

Former Prime Minister Joseph Muscat has arrived at the law courts where he is to testify in proceedings on the VGH case. The case was instituted by former Nationalist Party leader Adrian Delia. Muscat had missed the last sitting in December, saying that he could not attend because he was abroad. Former health minister Konrad Mizzi was also due to ...

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Joseph Muscat defends VGH hospitals concession, rejects it was a done deal despite investors having had a previous agreement

Vitals court case | Former prime minister Joseph Muscat says he fully trusts Prime Minister Robert Abela is doing what he thinks is best in renegotiating hospitals concession • Konrad Mizzi in quarantine again Former prime minister Joseph Muscat arriving in court to testify in the VGH case initiated by Adrian Delia (Photo: James Bianchi/MaltaToday) Joseph Muscat has insisted that an ...

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Sega Sammy Holdings cuts 729 staff under a voluntary redundancy program

Sega Sammy Chairman and Group CEO Hajime Satomi Japan’s Sega Sammy Holdings has reduced its workforce by some 729 employees following completion of a group-wide voluntary redundancy program. The program, first announced late last year in response to financial pressures brought about by COVID-19, had aimed to find 650 staff to volunteer for retirement by offering special retirement allowances and ...

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Wakayama casino RFP deadline affirms still 2 suitors

Japan’s Wakayama prefecture confirmed on Friday (January 15) that no new suitors interested in being private-sector partner for the local government’s tilt at a casino resort, had come forward to make submissions for its pushed-back request-for-proposal (RFP) phase. The interested parties that did make submissions by the time of Friday’s RFP revised deadline, were the same entities that had already ...

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Atlantic County Improvement Authority Notice of Completive Contracting Proposal Notice Is Hereby Given

ATLANTIC COUNTY IMPROVEMENT AUTHORITY NOTICE OF COMPETIVE CONTRACTING PROPOSAL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Atlantic County Improvement Authority will receive sealed proposals for a Competitive Contract, pursuant to the Local Public Contracts Law of the State of New Jersey, N.J.S.A. 40A:11-1 et seq. at the Atlantic County Improvement Authority, 1333 Atlantic Ave., Atlantic City, NJ 08401 as follows: DESCRIPTION: ...

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MCMC splits JENDELA Phase 1 scope of work into two parts, 900MHz spectrum no longer a requirement

MCMC has revised its invitation for interested and eligible licensees under the Communications and Multimedia Act (CMA) 1998 to participate in JENDELA Phase 1. The new invitation dated 15th January 2021 replaces the previous invitation that was released on 20th November 2020. Separation of Passive and Active Infrastructure works According to the MCMC, the revised invitation will divide the scope of work into two ...

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Wakayama Prefecture Confirms Only Two Applicants for Integrated Casino Resort Project at the End of RFP Phase

The end of last week saw the authorities in Japan’s Wakayama prefecture confirm there were no new applicants interested in becoming a private-sector partner for the local government in pursuit of one of the three integrated casino resorts that are set to be established in the country. As prefecture officials revealed, no new companies had expressed interest to make submissions for the prefecture’s delayed request-for-proposal ...

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Indian Air Force Bets Big On Russian Jets; Set To Acquire More MiG-29, Su-30 MKI Fighters – Reports

The Indian Air Force is set to procure 21 MiG-29s and 12 Sukhoi-30 MKI fighter jets from Russia. This development comes after the Indian Air Force signed a mega-deal to acquire 83 Tejas LCA. According to The Times of India, the request for proposal (RFP) for 21 MiG-29 fighter jets would soon be issued to Russian state-run defense export agency Rosoboronexport. The ...

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After Tejas, India set to procure more MiG-29 and Sukhoi fighter jets

Along with the 83 new Tejas, to be inducted in the January 2024-December 2028 timeline, the additional MiG-29s and Sukhois will curb the decline in the number of IAF fighter planes and will add more firepower to the draining strength of the air force The MiG-29s are expected to be acquired at relatively lower prices and will add to 59 ...

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