Security Services Contract for $2.8 million

The Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad (ICE) is inviting bids for the procurement of security and surveillance services.

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

The tender is for the procurement of security services and monitoring of the ICE facility located in the eastern zone of the Central Region.

The expected date for receipt of bids is June 26, 2012.

The services will begin within a maximum of eight working days after notification of the service order by the Proveeduría Corporativa.

The contract will run for one year after the service has started, renewable for the same periods of three years, making a total of four years.

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The new law establishes requirements for recruitment and requires companies to provide employee benefits.

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Starting in September, a new regulation will take effect which among other thing, establishes mandatory certification of the company by the Ministry of Interior.

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