BCCI invites bids to provide accreditation services

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The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has invited bids to provide accreditation services for the domestic and international games in India.

Under the Request For Proposal (RFP), the successful Interested Party will be appointed to provide accreditation services relating to the matches organized by the BCCI as a part of Domestic and International Series (2018-2020) and IPL (2018- 2020) (as specified in the Services Agreement scheduled to the RFP) as well as certain events during the period commencing from the date of execution of the Services Agreement till 31 July 2020 (“Term”), the BCCI has stated.

The BCCI may further extend the Term till 31 July 2021, as more particularly provided for in the Services Agreement.

Interested Parties may write to the BCCI by email addressed to Chief Executive Officer, BCCI to rfp@bcci.tv attaching a signed letter on official letterhead requesting for a copy of the RFP Document from September 11 till 5.00 PM (IST) on 21st September 2018. The RFP Document will be made available to interested parties by a reply email.

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Clarification in relation to the RFP may be sought at any time up to 4.00 PM on Friday, September 14, and not thereafter unless otherwise decided by BCCI in its discretion. Bids must be submitted at 11:00 AM on Monday, September 24 at the place specified in the RFP or any other place as maybe subsequently intimated by BCCI.

The terms and conditions governing the submission and evaluation of proposals including eligibility requirements with respect to Services are contained in the RFP.

The BCCI has reserved the right at its discretion to cancel or amend the entire process at any stage and to reject any and all proposals without providing any reason.

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