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Aim will not take part in the tender called by PAP town councils, which closes next Monday

Published on Feb 27, 2013 8:25 PM
 
Block of flats in Queenstown area. Aim, the company that runs the computer systems for the PAP town councils, announced on Wednesday that it would not take part in the latest tender exercise, which closes next Monday. -- BH FILE PHOTO:  TUKIMAN WARJI

Aim, the company that runs the computer systems for the PAP town councils, announced on Wednesday that it would not take part in the latest tender exercise, which closes next Monday.

In a short statement, Aim said: "Given that Aim had helped prepare the tender documents, it decided not to participate in the tender."

The PAP town councils recently put out a tender calling for a company to run their computer systems, as the contract signed with Aim expires on April 30.

Aim, or Action Information Management, is a PAP-owned company.

 
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