Milipol Qatar Committee announces 11 contracts worth 260.050 Million Qatari Riyals for different MoI Departments
| 07 November 2016
Milipol Qatar Committee has announced the details of 11 contracts worth a total of 260.050 Million and fifty thousand Qatari Riyals for different MoI Departments.
The Press Conference was attended by Brigadier Nasser bin Fahad Al Thani, President of Milipol Qatar Committee, Brigadier Ahmad Abdulla Al Jamal, Director of Financial Affairs Department in the Ministry of the Interior and a member Milipol Committee and Brigadier Saud Rashid Al Shafi, Asst. Director General of the General Directorate of Logistics and member of Milipol Qatar committee . Airbus Defence & Space bagged the contract worth 11.5 Million Qatari Riyals for the maintenance, support and up gradation of the TETRA system and the De La Rue Int. LTD gained a contract worth 22.250 Million Qatari Riyals for supplying travel documents printers.
The third contract was bagged by GET Group for the maintenance of residency printers and their consumables worth 10 Million Qatari Riyals, while the fourth contract worth 7.8 Million Qatari Riyals was gained by Safran Identity & Security for the renovation of the finger printing system and expansion of finger printing database devices.
Brig. Al Shafi announced the fifth contract for Abdullah Abdul Ghani & Bros. Co. for the Supply of 120 Different Toyota Cars worth 25.4 Million QAR and the sixth contract was awarded to Saleh Hamad Al Mana Co. for the Supply of 30 Different Nissan Cars worth 6.7
Million QAR. The seventh contract went to Gulf Business Machines (GBM) for the licenses for operating programs and the development of the central systems of information systems of the Ministry of Interior worth 21.7 Million QAR, while the TELCO International gained the
eighth contract worth 7.8 Million QAR for the maintenance and data collection for traffic Radar Devices.
The ninth, tenth and eleventh contracts were awarded to Al Tanmiyah for the maintenance and data collection for traffic Radar Devices for 4.4 Million QAR, Sail Labs Technology of Austria for Comprehensive Media Monitoring Systems worth 2.5 Million QAR and Ares Beskitas of Turkey for the addition of equipment and weapons for boats worth 140 Million QAR respectively