IPVMU Certified | 09/05/13 01:26pm
I bet the fee weeds out a good chunk of the 'trunk slammer' bid responses.
Its to T&T's advantage to garner as many solicitations as possible, and the fee likely hinders that to a degree. But if they're willing to deal with that side effect, then I really don't have issue with it.
An integrator can easily spend thousands developing an RFP response, so $77 does not seem costly. 'Big' RFPs are seldom secrets when they finally hit the street even in the US, and I'm sure that's even more pronounced for an island nation.
Hi, normally in some countries in Latin America in government projects to can participate a bid those have cost to can participate or present a proposal. Its important to investigate the relationship of the company Telecomunications that you mention.