RFPs for Nov. 3, 2014

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New Hampshire city requires RFID-based library equipment; French library seeks supply, implementation and maintenance of RFID equipment; Georgia institute requests RFID and bar-code tags.

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Details of Today’s Requests for Proposals:

Library RFID System
Bidding Type: International Competitive Bidding
Financier Country: United States
Description: Tenders are invited for the provision of an RFID-based library system, including conversion from bar codes to RFID tags, the tagging of newly acquired items, a real-time interface, staff check-out and check-in systems, a portable RFID reader for taking inventory counts, a display for activity statistics, RFID security gates and more.
Organization: City of Rochester
Client Address: 31 Wakefield St., Rochester, N.H., United States
Telephone: +1 (603) 335-7602
E-mail: purchasing@rochesternh.net
Tender Notice Number: Bid#15-16
Deadline: Nov. 13, 2014

Supply, Implementation and Maintenance of RFID Equipment
Bidding Type: International Competitive Bidding
Financier Country: France
Description: A contract notice has been issued for the supply, implementation and maintenance of RFID equipment at a multimedia library.
Organization: Communauté d’Agglomération Caen la Mer
Client Address: 16 rue Rosa Parks, CS 15094 14050, Caen, Cedex, France
URL: www.caenlamer.fr
E-mail: commande.publique@agglo-caen.fr
Tender Notice Number: 371622-2014
Deadline: Nov. 28, 2014

RFID and Bar-Code Tags
Bidding Type: International Competitive Bidding
Financier Country: United States
Description: Tenders are invited for a supply of RFID and bar-code tags.
Organization: Georgia Institute of Technology
Client Address: 711 Marietta St., Atlanta, Ga. 30332, United States
Telephone: +1 (404) 894-5000
E-mail: Michael.little@business.gatech.edu
Tender Notice Number: ES-RFQ-50300-797
Deadline: Nov. 14, 2014

The deadline mentioned is the submission last date. There may be earlier deadlines that bidders may also need to respond to in order to remain in the competition. Hence, bidders are requested to read the tender notices very carefully.