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Tax directorate tenders for new computers

THE TAX Directorate of the Slovak Republic (DR SR) is in the market for new computers. The authority has announced a public tender to select a contractor to supply the equipment over a three-year period.The price of the framework agreement is projected to be Sk75 million (€2.49 million). The contract will cover, as well as the purchase costs, installation costs and warranty and post-warranty servicing of the computers, SITA wrote.

THE TAX Directorate of the Slovak Republic (DR SR) is in the market for new computers. The authority has announced a public tender to select a contractor to supply the equipment over a three-year period.
The price of the framework agreement is projected to be Sk75 million (€2.49 million). The contract will cover, as well as the purchase costs, installation costs and warranty and post-warranty servicing of the computers, SITA wrote.

Companies with at last one servicing centre in each county can submit their bids in the competition. Bidders are required to have annual sales of over Sk300 million (€9.958 million) for the past three years. The deadline for submission of bids is November 3, 2008. Price is said to be the main criterion.

The Tax Directorate announced its intention to spend almost Sk184 million (€6.108 million) on IT and office equipment in March this year in a preliminary notice of planned tenders. The purchase of computers for Sk75 million (€2.49 million) was part of this plan. The DR SR is also planning to buy laptop computers worth Sk30 million (€995,800), as weel as other equipment and supplies.

Topic: Finances and Advisory


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