09 Jun 2021

TENDER FOR SUPPLING LAPTOPS

Action Against Hunger

Mission Iraq

 

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TENDER FOR SUPPLING LAPTOPS<IQ-CO-FD-ERL-00386>

 

Action Against Hunger or “ACF” is a registered charity, founded in 1979. ACF operates in 37 countries. The international network of ACF is represented in Paris, London, Madrid, New York and Montreal. Teams in the field combat hunger on four fronts: nutrition, food security, health, water and sanitation.

 

Action Against Hunger-Iraq (ACF) Mission intends to award a Framework Agreement for the provision of Laptops Supply bearing reference # IQ-CO-FD-ERL-00386

                                                                                                                                                         

Interested parties can obtain bidding documents from

with clearly mentioning above tender number in the subject.

 

 

Interested companies should submit their offer    Two (02) Seal Envelope in total

  • 01 For Technical Proposal (Includes Administrative and Technical Information)
  • 01 For Financial Proposal 



Both Envelope should be placed in one Envelope in a sealed non-identifiable envelope, with the words “not to be opened before the tender opening session” written in English.

This sealed non-identifiable envelope shall be titled:

Tender reference: IQ-CO-FD-ERL-00386

Tender Name: TENDER FOR SUPPLING LAPTOPS




The tenders shall be submitted by Hand personal delivery against receipt or by registered mail/ private courier service to the following address:

To: ACF Coordination Office, Logistics Department 

Address: KRI, Erbil, Ankawa, Hediab District, Villa 240/1/664b, plot 232/3. 

 

So that it is received no later than June 23rd, 2021 at 04:30 PM Iraq time. 



       

OR by email (PDF signed documents) to                                                                      





Action Against Hunger does not bind itself to award the tender to the lowest tender or any bid and reserves the right to accept the whole or part of the tender. 

 
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