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PIB NO: 15.071 for electronic laboratory equipment for Egypt

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PIB NO: 15.071 for electronic laboratory equipment for Egypt

PIB NO: 15.071 for electronic laboratory equipment for Egypt
DATE: 10/26/2015
Office of Acquisition Assistance Washington, D.C. 20523
Transportation Division

Notice of Procurement of Electronic Laboratory Equipment for Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) Schools in Egypt
Country : Egypt
Authority : AID-263-A-12-00005
Source/Origin : Geographic Code 937
Contact :

Request for Tender Documents: Electronic Laboratory Equipment

Request Deadline: Request for Tender Documents is open until November 4, 2015, the deadline to submit technical and financial offers.

The USAID Funded Project ECASE-The Education Consortium for the Advancement of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Schools) in Egypt, implemented by World Learning, is interested in procuring a tender for four Ministry of Education STEM Schools in Egypt located in Alexandria, Daqahleya, Assiut & Luxor.

Tender 2-RFQ# 106: Electronic Laboratory Equipment consisting of generic graphical simulation software, electronics and electric circuit software, integrated data acquisition devices, stand-alone and portable data acquisition devices, and stand-alone FPGA units.

The Deadline to submit your technical and financial offers is November 4, 2015.

To receive an electronic copy of each of the tenders please identify the underlined Tender number, RFQ# 105, in the Subject of your e mail and write to or

This Egypt STEM Schools project is supporting the Ministry of Education establish a total of five STEM high schools throughout Egypt. The four-year project started in September 2012 as a direct support to the Government of Egypt, represented by its Ministry of Education (MOE). The aim is to develop a sustainable comprehensive STEM education system, including an assessment system, for the MOE to implement and replicate in other schools throughout the country. By the end of the project in 2016, the five STEM schools will be serving over 1,500 students.