733 Civil Engineer Division Real Property office (Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Newport News, VA 23604) has a requirement for leasing property to locate, operate and maintain wireless telecommunication equipment. The Lease is provided under the authority of Title 10, U.S.C. Section 2667 (the "Enabling Statute"), as amended. This authority allows military installations to lease land and facilities to private or public entities in exchange for cash or in-kind consideration in an amount not less than the fair market value (FMV) as defined by a US Army Corps of Engineers appraisal of the leasehold interest for such land and facilities (the "Leased Premises") as defined: a parcel of land up to 2,000 sq. ft. located southwest of the Condon Road and Mulberry Island Road intersection at approximately 76.6 degrees west longitude, 37.14 degrees north latitude. The Leased Premises is accessible from Condon Road (Exhibit A). Pursuant to this authority, the Department of the Air Force (the "Government") is issuing a Request for Qualifications (the "RFQ") to solicit proposals from qualified entities ("Offeror(s)") interested in entering into a Lease with the Government for the Leased Premises. In the event there is a conflict between this RFQ and the lease, the terms of the lease shall prevail. The Air Force lease template is attached at "Exhibit B". Lease offers submitted after the due date will not be considered. Offerors accept all risks of late delivery of mailed submittals regardless of fault. Additionally, proposals that fail to furnish required submittals or that reject any of the required terms andconditions of this lease may be rejected by the Government. Any Offeror whose proposal is rejected for being incomplete will not be evaluated by the Government based on "RFQ Cell Tower Joint Base Langley Eustis" requirements. Proposals for this RFQ shall be e-mailed to: email@example.com (Size is limited to 2MB) or via phone at 757-878-3532. Responses must be received no later than 1 March 2017 at 4:30 PM Eastern Time
The Procurement and Contracts Unit (PCU) of United Nations Office at Geneva (UNOG) on behalf of United Nations Environment Programme's Coordinating Unit for the Mediterranean Action Plan (UNEP/MAP Coordinating Unit) is seeking for competent and qualified Land Line and Internet services companies /contractors, who will provide Local Telecommunication (Land Line) and Internet services The services expected include 1. Telephone land line: 1 PRI with switchboard number and range of minimum 30 extensions/voice channels, maintaining the existing line numbers (line portability). 2. One (1) PSTN Line (e.g. for Fax Use), maintaining the existing line number (line portability). 3. Fiber Optic Leased Line Minimum 4Mbps (Minimum 16 static - fixed IPs for office use). The detailed requirements will be contained in the solicitation documents that will be sent to vendors who express interest and are registered on the united Nations Global Market Place, UNGM The requirement will lead to a 5 year (3+1+1) Systems contract with the successful / selected provider.
Framework agreement for the delivery and assembly of AV equipment for Sarpsborg municipality's entities. The following product types are defined as within this framework agreement:
Projectors and accessories, such as screens, table wells and other equipment that is typically included in meeting rooms.
Digital, interactive boards.
Interactive screens (large screens that are not included in a desk system).
Information screens (digital signage).
The National Physical Laboratory (NPL) requires a pair of dark fibres from the specified address at NPL to both the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory and Telehouse North.
The BBC has had in place a Framework Agreement for the supply and delivery of an extensive range of Electronic Components, Broadcast Components and Peripherals (BC&P) products and Dry Cell Batteries. This is a re-tender for that pan-BBC framework covering a range of components. There will be 2 lots — 1 for Broadcast and Electronic Components to cover everything from health and safety products and tools, Transport Cases, Racks and Fittings and 1 Lot for Dry Cell Batteries.
The Superfast Northamptonshire project is aiming to extend the availability of Next Generation Access (NGA) broadband across the county of Northamptonshire. To this end, Northamptonshire County Council has previously invested public funds through 2 contracts (Stage 1 and Stage 2), to extend the availability of NGA infrastructure in areas where no commercial plans were available from market players as verified through State Aid Public Consultations to around 94 % of the county.
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Stage 3 is aiming to secure a telecom provider(s) to deploy NGA networks (supporting access line speeds of at least 30Mbps) into the final 6 % of the county for the funding envelope that is available.
Banedanmark is commencing an upgrade and expansion of the fixed transmission network to a modern and highly-sophisticated system of optical fiber cables blown through polyethylene tubes. The tubes are connected via cable wells, which facilitates installation and maintenance. For this purpose, Banedanmark intends to procure optical fiber cables and polyethylene piping (compatible for blowing/jetting the fiber) as well as cable wells, joints, GPS chips, etc. necessary for the project in scope including stock. Banedanmark plans on publishing the tender by August 2017 and wishes with this notice to inform all potential suppliers of the content and expected time schedule.
Due to the size of the project, Banedanmark acknowledges the need of potentially awarding up to two contracts. Banedanmark would like to encourage interested companies to indicate their interest to Banedanmark and contact Banedanmarks contact person stated in section 1, if representatives of the respective company should be interested in engaging in a dialogue about market, scope, project details, etc.
The term of the contract(s) is expected to be up to 60 months from the time of award but an option to extend may be negotiated should the scope expand.
The object of the procurement is a professional radio spectrum monitoring system, which includes radio receivers, control units and software components. The Monitoring System will be used by FICORA (Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority) to monitor the spectrum usage on a pre-defined geographical area.
Procurement includes equipment and software delivery, installations, testing and commissioning to FICORA's ICT environment. Commissioning is considered also to include user training. FICORA arranges the installation premises, network connections and electric power for the receivers and servers.
The Monitoring System enables investigation of spectrum usage and detection of radio signals deviating from normal usage when compared to reference data. The Monitoring System shall be able to geolocate a signal source.
The receivers of the Monitoring System shall record measurement data continuously in such a way that it is possible to monitor spectrum usage not only in real-time but also afterwards. The Monitoring System shall be remotely used and controlled via any fast enough IP-connection through a VPN tunnel.
The Monitoring System shall be used with standardised portable laptop PC's which are maintained by the FICORA IT-department. If the Monitoring System requires servers and server software, they shall be integrated into FICORA's ICT-infrastructure using normal maintenance procedures of the IT-department.
The procurement includes technical support, maintenance and support services for the duration of the contract. Technical support includes administration and necessary lifecycle support for the procured supplies and software products, as specified in the final tender documents. Maintenance and support services during the contract include, for example, support service provided to the Monitoring System admin users and ICT-service providers, as agreed in relevant service terms and conditions.
The minimum requirements of the subject-matter of the contract are described in the Annex 1, ‘Description of the Procurement’.
The Contracting Authority would like to enter into a agreement for radio terminals and equipment thereof.
Please see Notice of Proposed Procurement and Request for Proposal attached.
See Questions and Answers # 1 to 4 attached as well as AMENDMENT NO. 001.
Landline and mobile telephony services.
Askøy municipality currently has a number series of 56158000-8999 and 56155300-5999. This shall be continued in the new contract. We currently have 2 ISDN UT town lines. One at Askøy town hall and one at Helsetunet. The town lines shall be changed to a SIP trunk in the new contract.
Askøy municipality currently has approx. 760 active SIM cards. See the price form, annex x for an overview of usage. The school department is considering to equip all teachers with service mobiles, which can given an increase of approx. 600 subscribers. Mobile use is expected to increase throughout the entire contract period.
CALL FOR COMPETITION TELECOMMUNICATIONS OPERATORS FOR THE CITY OF COMMENTRY
The provision of telecommunication services 220.127.116.11 units of 1.00 655,67 655,67 115 115 total: 115 655,67
Supply of telecommunication cabinets 31.01.11.129 cond. U 1.00 51 083.33 51 083.33 Total 51 083.33
Hohenasperg, correctional hospital building 2 telecommunication system, installation of a telecommunications system
Supply of telecommunication cables (Kuper- and fiber optic cable)
The provision of access to telecommunication network the Internet 61.10.43.000 CONV. units of 1.00 554,15 554,15 404 404 total: 404 554,15
The subject of the contract is for the provision of mobile telecommunication services for the BNR. A detailed description of performance of the contract under tender documentation "Technical specification" Application № 7.