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Rapid Deployment CCTV Tender For City of Melville.

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Rapid Deployment CCTV Tender For City of Melville.

Rapid Deployment CCTV Tender – City of Melville is seeking to lease rapid deployment CCTV that can moved around the city at short notice for a contract period of 2 years.

The City of Melville is looking to initially hire 3 units, with potential expansion of up to 5 units. These need to be re-deployed at different locations around Melville every 4 weeks, as per instruction and within 48 hours of notice. The re-deployment is to be conducted by the supplier.

The mobile CCTV units are required to be branded with the City of Melville CSS (Community Safety Service) logo, contact number and notification of surveillance. The City will not be responsible for any damage to the security system unit.

City of Melville is a local government area with a population of around 110,000 located in the southern suburbs of the Western Australian capital city of Perth, east of the port city of Fremantle and about 12 kilometres south of Perth’s central business district.

SEN readers should note that we found this tender a bit late – you’ve got until September 11 to respond, so don’t muck about – you can find out more about this City of Melville Seeks Mobile CCTV tender here or read more SEN news here.

“Rapid Deployment CCTV Tender For City of Melville.”

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