New Delhi Municipality Corporation has today floated a tender for the NDMC smart city project. NDMC is one of the 20 Smart City projects selected by the Government of India under its Smart City mission.
The NDMC has floated a proposal for selection of system integrators (SI) for design, develop, implementation, operation and maintenance of the smart city project.
The tender application date is 27 April 2017 and last date for submission of bids is May 19, 2017.
The bidders will be selected basis two criteria – on their technical capabilities and basis their financial bidding. The date for technical bid opening will be on May 19.
The various elements of the NDMC smart city project includes :
- Design, built, supply and Installation, operation & maintenance of Central Command & Control Centre (ICCC) and Data Centre with appropriate hardware and software, networking for viewing, analyzing, storing and retrieval of the data for various Application and services defined in this RFP. Integration of ICCC software with various ERP & Smart City &NDMC Applications, sensor data and GIS platform;
- For design, supply and Installation, operation & maintenance of civil, interior decoration, furniture, electrical, air-conditioning works for setting up of Command & Control Centre and Data Center;
- Collaboration Solution for meetings
- Development of ERP applications as explained in the RFP;
- Providing and installation of 500 surveillance cameras at outdoor locations in NDMC area.
- Helpdesk service and call centre for public complaint redressal throughout contract period on 24X7X365.
- RFID based Solid waste management system for 75000 households.
The RFP document can be downloaded from NDMC‟s website and Delhi Government’s website and the Applicant is required to deposit a Demand Draft of Rs. 25,000 (Rupees Twenty five thousand only) drawn in favour of “Secretary NDMC” payable at Delhi/New Delhi with submission of bid.
The SI or SIs who wins the bid and gets the contract to design and develop NDMC smart city project will have the rights to maintain and operate the entire infrastructure for upto 5 years.
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