RESERVE BANK OF INDIA
Department of Information Technology
Central Office, Mumbai – 400 001
T E N D E R N O T I C E
Sealed tenders in duplicate are invited for
Supply, Installation and Operationalisation of Routers and Switches for Reserve
Bank of India (RBI).
Bidder must have successfully executed at least
two projects for Supply, Installation and Operationalisation of Routers and
Switches of similar kind during last two years. The bidder should be the authorized
representative / dealer / distributor of the OEM. Bidder should warrant about
its financial solvency i.e. it should be able to meet all its debts as and when
they fall due.
Interested eligible bidders may
download the tender document
from corporate website of the Bank at the following URL: http://www.rbi.org.in
Bidders are requested to submit the following
details along with the Technical Bid.
(i). Statement showing similar
work to that of this tender, executed by the bidder along with the relevant
certificate/s and documents from their customers for whom such work was executed.
(ii). Copies of last 3 accounting
years audited Annual Balance Sheet and Profit and loss accounts.
(iii). Names and addresses
of the bidder’s bankers and clients.
(iv). Proof in support of the fact
that bidder is authorized representative / dealer /
distributor of the OEM.
Separate technical and commercial bids in duplicate
duly sealed and addressed to the Chief General Manager-in-Charge, Department
of Information Technology, Central Office, Reserve Bank of India, 14th
Floor, Central Office Building, Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg, Mumbai – 400 001 will
be received up to 3.00 pm on June 20, 2005 ( Monday). The technical bids shall
be opened on the same day at 4.00pm in presence of bidders.
The Reserve Bank of India will not undertake
to dispatch the ‘Tender Document’ to any eligible or otherwise bidder by post
or by courier under any circumstances. Similarly, Reserve Bank of India will
not be responsible for the delay in receipt of the ‘Tender Document’ due to
postal or otherwise delay, if any, if a bidder chooses to submit the sealed
‘Tenders’ by post and or by courier, etc.
The Reserve Bank of India reserves the right
to accept or reject any or all of the Tenders in full or in part without assigning