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Simon Fraser University Northern America

Sfu 2018-Ll-202 Rfi University Wi-Fi Solution Communication Equipment

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  • 15 Oct 2018
  • Canada
  • 16716292
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Regional District of Nanaimo Northern America

Regional District Of Nanaimo Transit Operations Vehicles Passenger Motor Vehicles ......

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  • 27 Sep 2018
  • Canada
  • 16716293
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School District 48 (Sea to Sky) Northern America

Request For Proposal For Snow Removal Request For Proposal Whistler Snow Removal - ......

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  • 28 Sep 2018
  • Canada
  • 16716294
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Tsawwassen First Nation Northern America

Tenders Are Invited For Pedestrian Bridge Abutment Replacement Roads And Bridges

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  • 28 Sep 2018
  • Canada
  • 16716295
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District of Ucluelet Northern America

Request For Proposal For Climate Action Plan Climate Change Analysis

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  • 28 Sep 2018
  • Canada
  • 16716296
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Ministry of Attorney General Northern America

Request For Proposal For Victoria Early Resolution Project Evaluation Consulting A ......

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  • 18 Oct 2018
  • Canada
  • 16716347
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Ministry of Attorney General Northern America

Victoria Early Resolution Project Evaluation Consulting Assignments Incl Program ......

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  • 18 Oct 2018
  • Canada
  • 16716348
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City of Victoria Northern America

Pool Chemicals Chemicals And Chemical Products

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  • 10 Oct 2018
  • Canada
  • 16716589
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Ministry of Agriculture Northern America

Regulated Poultry Euthanasia Workshops Animal Health

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  • 26 Sep 2018
  • Canada
  • 16716590
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Township of Langley Northern America

Tenders Are Invited For Request For Quotation For Duct Cleaning Services Hvac Main ......

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  • 01 Oct 2018
  • Canada
  • 16716673
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International Projects

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KATHOLIEKE UNIVERSITEIT LEUVEN Belgium

The Predictive Visual Brain in Autism Spectrum Disorders

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Environment And Pollution

TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITEIT DELFT Netherlands The

CAPSizing ICE caps: identifying tipping points through global modelling

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KATHOLIEKE UNIVERSITEIT LEUVEN Belgium

Lost in an Ocean of Information? Media in the Everyday Life of Conspiracy Theorists

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Healthcare And Medicine

FUNDACAO D. ANNA SOMMER CHAMPALIMAUD E DR. CARLOS MONTEZ CHAMPALIMAUD Portugal

Anatomical and functional characterization of the neural circuits controlling ejaculation

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Advanced Education, Skills, and Tra Canada

Public Post-Secondary Student Housing Demand Consulting Services

56,380 22-09-2018
City of Rheinfelden Switzerland

School complex Engorged: repair and extension

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Geothermal Development Company Kenya

Supply and delivery of tyres for a period of eighteen (18) Months through framework contracting.

7,012 22-09-2018
School District 57 Prince George Canada

Mechanical Upgrade, Prince George Sec School

855,757 22-09-2018
City of Zurich, Office for Structur Switzerland

BAV 40180 addiction treatment Frankental

239,576 22-09-2018
Geothermal Development Company Kenya

Supply of equipment, tools and accessories for Baringo-Silali water maintenance systems.(Schedule 1-Machine and Accesso ...

1,143 22-09-2018

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Sh8.7m down the drain in Kwale tree planting bid

An ambitious plan by Kwale governor Salim Mvurya to plant trees in 18 wards in his county failed, leading to a loss of Sh8.7 million which Auditor-General Edward Ouko has said cannot be accounted for. Mr Ouko in his report for the year ended June 30, 2015, pointed out that there was no evidence of the exercise in the wards. According to the report, the Sh8.7 million was part of Sh93 million that the county spent on purchase of certified seeds, breeding stock and live animals. RELATED CONTENT NIC Bank’s plan to ‘change the story’ with tree project CEO who spends his free time with trees - VIDEO Timber trader blooms on seedlings after logging ban “An audit visit to various ward administration offices during the audit could not physically verify where the seedlings were planted. Under the circumstances, it has not been possible to confirm the propriety of Sh8.7 million spent on purchase of the tree seedlings for the year ended June 30, 2015,” says the Auditor in his report. Appearing before the Senate Public Accounts Committee yesterday to respond to the audit queries raised by the Auditor in the report, governor Mvurya said the seedlings did not do well in nine wards in the county due to low amount of rainfall. The Governor told the committee chaired by Homa Bay senator Moses Kajwang’ that the tree planting programme covered 18 wards in the county but there was low survival rates of some seedlings due to low amount of rainfall. “Sometimes you experience rainfall and think that it is the best time to plant, then the rain just disappears leading to low survival rates of the seedlings,” Mr Mvurya said. The Governor told the committee that the county government is currently running the tree planting programme with various youth groups in the country. Mr Kajwang’ said it might not be possible for senators to physically verify the tree planting programme and urged members of the Kwale County Assembly to check the status and progress of the activity. Mr Ouko in his report also questioned the type of iron sheets that the county government used for the construction of a drug rehabilitation centre in Kwale, raising possibility of a loss of Sh450, 000. “A project inspection on October 28, 2015 revealed that the roof covering was deep profile nailed to the timber purlins as per the bill of quantities. However the iron sheet gaug Kenya

Israeli tycoon quizzed over Kenya roads tender bribes

Israeli police on Sunday questioned Israeli-American billionaire Shari Arison in connection with an ongoing bribery investigation into the country’s largest construction firm, Shikun & Binui, which is alleged to have bribed Kenyan officials to win lucrative road tenders. In a joint statement on Sunday, the Israeli police and the Israel Securities Authority said their investigation was focusing on suspicions that the company bribed foreign government officials to advance projects worth hundreds of millions of dollars in Kenya and other countries. Ms Arison was summoned on Sunday along with another executive of Arison Group, Efrat Peled, by the Israeli police’s anti-corruption unit, Arison Group said in a statement. “They cooperated fully and are certain there was no flaw in their conduct, and that this will also be the conclusion of the enforcement agencies,” the firm was quoted saying by Reuters. Investigation into the Tel Aviv-based construction group is expected to also place a section of current and former Kenyan Transport ministry officials on the spot over their involvement in suspected corruption. Israel police on February 20, opened investigations into the activities of Shikun & Binui’s former senior managers suspected of involvement in the bribery in Kenya. The firm works in Kenya through its subsidiary Solel Boneh International Holdings (SBI Holdings). SBI Holdings is the company that Nairobi picked to build the World Bank-funded Mau Summit-Kericho-Kisumu Highway at a cost of Sh14 billion in 2010. Shikun & Binui said in February that four current and former employees of a foreign subsidiary had been detained for questioning by Israeli police on suspicion of bribery in Kenya and other African nations. SBI, which is one of the largest contraction firms in Israel, has been bidding for other lucrative construction projects in Kenya. The probe has turned the heat on those who served at the helm of the Transport and Infrastructure ministry at the time the suspect contracts were awarded. Israel

Ethiopian Airlines frontrunner in tender for planned Nigerian airline

Ethiopian Airlines is the frontrunner to set up and manage a new national carrier for Nigeria, its chief executive said on Friday. “We are among a small group with an interest in establishing a national carrier (in Nigeria)...we do not know the results (of the tender), though we are frontrunners,” Chief Executive Tewolde Gebremariam told a news conference. RELATED CONTENT Ethiopian Airlines to fly seafood from Norway to China Ethiopia reform push faces major snag: red tape Eritrean Airlines starts regular flights to Addis The state-owned carrier has outpaced regional competitors Kenya Airways and South African Airways to become Africa’s largest airline by revenue and profit, according to the International Air Transport Association. The airline has been buying shares in other African airlines, a strategy aimed at gaining a competitive advantage against rivals such as those in the Gulf. Maintenance work Ethiopian Airlines already has contracts for maintenance work with two Nigeria-based carriers, Arik Air and Medview Airline, he said. In May, Tewolde told Reuters that the airline was in talks with Chad, Djibouti, Equatorial Guinea and Guinea to set up carriers through joint ventures. It aimed to create a new airline in Mozambique that it will fully own, the chief executive said at the time. In June Ethiopia said it would open Ethiopian Airlines and other companies including the telecoms monopoly up to private domestic and foreign investment, but details have not yet been made public. Tewolde also said that net profit in the 2017/18 financial year rose to $233 million from $229 million the previous year. Ethiopia’s 2017/18 financial year ended last month. The airline’s operating revenue rose by 43 per cent to $3.7 billion in the 2017/18 financial year. Ethiopia

Army floats tender for 41,000 LMGs

The RFI was first issued in October last, but the parameters on its numbers, method of sourcing, firing capabilities, etc, were issued today after the Defence Acquisition Council (DAC) okayed the need for 40,949 LMGs. Of these, 30,712 will sourced from private Indian industry and another 10,237 from the Ordnance Factory Board. The indent to OFB will be placed after successful completion of trials. The 7.62x51 mm LMGs are to be procured under the ‘Buy and Make Indian’ category. India

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