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Supply of police uniforms for Police Patrol Units of the Ministry of Interior, Libya under the Policing and Security Joint Programme (PSJP)
Procurement Process :RFQ - Request for quotation
Office :UNDP Country Office - LIBYA
Deadline :16-Aug-18
Posted on :01-Aug-18
Development Area :OTHER
Reference Number :48652
Link to Atlas Project :
00101889 - UNSMIL/UNDP Policing and Security Joint Programme
Documents :
RFQ uniforms PSJP
Bidding Forms Soft Copy
Annex 3 GTC
Questions and Answers UNIFORMS
Overview :

United Nations Office Development Programme now invites quotations from offerors for Supply of police uniforms for Police Patrol Units of the Ministry of Interior, Libya under the Policing and Security Joint Programme (PSJP).

Interested offerors may obtain a complete set of documents in English language by visiting the following websites:

http://www.ly.undp.org

http://procurement-notices.undp.org

https://www.ungm.org/notices/notices.aspx

Please be advised that UNDP reserves the right to amend the tender documents at any time. Any amendments or clarifications will be posted under the concerned case line on the above referenced websites, and we kindly ask you to check the websites before submitting your quotation.

Offers may be submitted on or before on or before 16 August 2018, 14.00 hours Tripoli, Libya time, ref. www.greenwichmeantime.com, and via email/hand delivered to the address below:

United Nations Development Programme

Libya Country Office

Palm City Residence, unit 228,

Sidi Abduljaleel, Janzour Area, Tripoli, Libya

UNDP Case No.: RFQ/LBY/ PSJP /2018/051

Please note that no remuneration will be made to offerors for preparation and submission of quotations.

For companies not registered with the UN Global Marketplace it is recommended to do so. The UN Global marketplace is a database of active and potential suppliers available to all UN and World Bank procurement personnel, and is the main supplier database of more than 20 UN organizations. To register click on “New Supplier Registration” on www.ungm.org.