Netherlands - Computer equipment

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Provided by Open Opps
Opportunity closing date
31 July 2029
Opportunity publication date
01 September 2021
Value of contract
to be confirmed
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Welcome to the DAS for the supply of laptops for Het Sticht, foundation for Catholic and General Special Education in Zeist. This publication is a continuation of the previously published DAS, but on a new platform (Negometrix 4). Through this DAS, various products in the field of laptops and accessories are purchased in a legitimate manner. This DPS is published on the basis of the 2012 Procurement Act and is therefore subject to European Directive 2014/24/EU.
The scope of the contract is financially unimpressive. The contract includes all the laptops and accessories needed for an organisation such as Het Sticht, a foundation for Catholic and General Special Primary Education, with 1979 pupils and 200 staff.

Opportunity closing date
31 July 2029
Value of contract
to be confirmed

About the buyer

Het Sticht, Stichting voor Katholiek en Algemeen Bijzonder Primair Onderwijs te Zeist Laan van Vollenhove 3045 ZEIST 3706AL Netherlands

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