The government of Trinidad and Tobago owns half of the company Telecommunications Services of Trinidad and Tobago Limited. The company provides wireless and cable services along with installing alarm systems and video surveillance (the video surveillance services and alarm monitoring was just added as a service in 2010).
The company recently put out an RFP for video hosting solution to give cloud storage capability to its surveillance offerings. The catch is that interested bidders have to buy the RFP for $77 if they want to see the details. In fact, it seems like RFPs for telecommunications projects have to be purchased. Is this typical practice in other countries? It seems kind of unfair that bidders have to pay money just to take a peek at what the project is.
Side note: One interesting insight in this RFP is that the government has decided to waive taxes on video surveillance equipment to increase its import.