Tender Board Awards Projects Worth Over RO 49 Million

Muscat: The Tender Board today held its 3rd meeting for 2022 under the chairmanship of Dr. Said Mohammed al-Saqri, Minister of Economy, Chairman of the Tender Board. The Board awarded projects worth RO 49,399,017.

Among the most important awarded projects were the Microsoft renewal agreement for government institutions for a period of 3 years from 2021 to 2024 at a cost of RO 16,546,415.

Provision of periodic maintenance and supply of spare parts for medical equipment (Drager Ventilators, Anesthesia Machines) at various health institutions of the Ministry of Health at a cost of RO 4,333,288. Additional works related to the tender of A’Sharqiyah Express dual-carriageway (Phase Two – Part One) at a cost of RO 10,791,616.

Additional works of consultancy services for design and supervision of A’Sharqiyah Express dual-carriageway, Phase One (Works of Part 1 and 2) for a duration of three years at a cost of RO 5,577,718.

Additional supplies of medicines, vaccines and serums for the Ministry of Health at a cost of RO 4,682,195 among other projects.

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