RFPs for Sept. 1, 2014

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Brazilian ministry seeks infrastructure network for use with RFID technology; Virginia city requires spectrophotometer with RFID functionality; Korean agency invites bids for RFID-based livestock-management solution.

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Details of Today's Requests for Proposals:

Infrastructure Network of Logic and Electrical Installations for RFID System
Bidding Type: International Competitive Bidding
Financier Country: Brazil
Description: Tenders are invited for the provision of an infrastructure network of logic and electrical installations for use with RFID technology.
Organization: Ministério das Comunicações
Client Address: Av. Presidente Vargas, Nº 3077 - Cidade Nova–Rio de Janeiro (RJ), Brazil
URL: www.comprasnet.gov.br
Telephone: +55-2125038546
Tender Notice Number: 11/2014
Deadline: Sept. 10, 2014

Laboratory Spectrophotometer With DR 6000 RFID Technology or Approved Equal
Bidding Type: International Competitive Bidding
Financier Country: United States
Description: Tenders are invited for the supply of a UV/VIS laboratory spectrophotometer with DR 6000 RFID technology (an advanced spectrophotometer with high-speed wavelength scanning across the ultraviolet and visible spectra) or an approved equivalent.
Organization: City of Norfolk
Client Address: 232 East Main Street, Suite 250, Norfolk, Va. 23501, United States
Telephone: (757) 664-4787
Fax: (757) 664-4018
E-mail: eddie.powell@norfolk.gov
Tender Notice Number: RFQ 749109-0-2015/EMP
Deadline: Sept. 9, 2014

RFID-Based Livestock-Management System
Bidding Type: International Competitive Bidding
Financier Country:Republic of Korea
Description: A request for proposals has been issued for the provision of an RFID-based livestock-management solution.
Organization: Information Communications Industries, Jin Xing Yuan Chapter
Telephone: +82-221415178
Deadline: Sept. 19, 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.