BFAR looking to buy multi-mission ship, bid invite says
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The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) has initiated the procurement process for a 50-meter steel-hulled multi-mission ship for a contract price of P360 million. In a bid invitation published on Sunday, the BFAR announced the potential ship order, funded by the 2014 General Appropriations Act. "It's a multi-mission vessel, so it will be used in our law enforcement operations and other fishery-related activities," Nazario C. Briguera, BFAR Chief Information Officer told BusinessWolrd in a phone interview on Sunday.
Monzon, A. (2015, January 5). BFAR looking to buy multi-mission ship, bid invite says. Business World, p. S1/3.
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