ICT tender roundup: Peru, Nicaragua, St Lucia

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Peru's state penitentiary service is seeking a consultant to implement a new digital registry system.

The budget for the consulting project is 3mn soles (US$880,000). The successful candidate will have one year to implement the project. Bids are due on October 24.

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Candidates should have: at least five years of experience implementing, maintaining and operating interoperable information platforms for public or private institutions, as well as five years minimum experience in team building and coaching.

The project is part of a modernization program of Peru's justice system PMSAJ.

Interested parties should fill in forms F1-F6 that can be downloaded at this link and send them to the following email address sbcc005.2016@accedejusticia.pe.


Nicaragua's transport and infrastructure ministry (MTI) is seeking to contract a provider of office computer equipment for a highway project connecting the country's Atlantic coast.

MTI is looking for 15 laptops, five multifunctional printers and five scanners.

The government will finance the acquisition through a loan from the Inter-American Development Bank.

Interested parties can obtain more information from MTI's acquisitions director Jenny Martinez at adquisiciones@mti.gob.ni and at (505) 2222-2591 ext. 3036

Offers should be received by November 18.


Saint Lucia has received World Bank funding to acquire IT equipment as part of the program known as Supporting Economic Management in the Caribbean (SEMCAR).

SEMCAR is a project designed to support the finance ministries of 12 Caribbean countries in conducting in-depth ICT assessments of their institutional capacity, procedures, and strengthening ICT capabilities in strategic areas through ICT systems.

Saint Lucia will use part of the proceeds for payments under the contract for Procurement of IT Equipment as per Lots 1, 2 and 3 for the participating member countries Belize, Dominica, Grenada, St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Lot 1 refers to computers and other equipment, lot 2 is printers and lot 3 is servers and supplies. The lots are valued at a total of US$7,000.

Interested suppliers should contact the SEMCAR coordinator:

Department of Economic Development, Transport and Civil Aviation, 5th Floor Conway Business Centre, Waterfront, Castries, Saint Lucia, Telephone: 758-468-5816/14, slupcu@govt.lc.