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INVITATION FOR BID

TENDER No: PSK-IFB-SEC-26-11-2014


PSK is an independent, non-governmental organization specializing in social marketing and health service delivery. PSK has received a grant from multiple donors and it is intended that part of the proceeds of the grant will be applied to eligible payments under the contract for procurement of Security Services.

In this regards, we wishes to invite all qualified vendors to contact the Procurement Department at the address below to receive Bid Document (this document are available for free of charge).

Bids must be delivered to our organization at the address below no later than Wednesday, 17 December 2014 at 4:00pm local time in a sealed envelope marked “Bid Document for Security Services”.

A Pre-bid meeting to all Suppliers will be held on 3 December 2014 at 10:00 am in the Meeting Room, Office of PSK.

Please note that only quotes, which are materially compliant with the specifications and requirements as outlined in the bid documents, may be accepted.

Population Services Khmer (PSK)
House #29, Street 334, Boeung Keng Kang I, Chamcar Mon, Phnom Pehn, Cambodia
Tel: 855-23 210 814, Fax: 855-23 218 735.
Attn: Mr. Chea Ratana
Procurement Manager
Email: cratana@psk.org.kh

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