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Request For Proposal (RFP) Microsoft Exchange Migration Services

Published: Tuesday October 8th, 2019

The Central Bank of The Bahamas (the Bank) is issuing this Request for Proposals (RFP) for the purpose of selecting a firm to upgrade and migrate the Bank's Microsoft Exchange and Active Directory servers. As the regulator of banks & trusts, money transmission businesses, credit unions and electronic money service providers, email communication is a critically important function within the institution. As such, the Bank intends to partner with a qualified and experienced firm to design and deploy robust messaging services to meet the Bank's current and future communication requirements.

The selected partner will be responsible for ensuring the functionality and integration with all existing connected services and business applications that use mail and active directory services (e.g. Skype for Business, LDAP integration, etc.) and planned systems for collaboration (i.e. Microsoft SharePoint). Additionally, the selected partner is expected to provide guidance and recommendations on licensing compliance, solution high availability and information security best practices.

All inquiries, interpretations, or clarifications, either administrative or technical, regarding this RFP, must be requested by email no later than the date indicated in the Schedule of Events. All non-proprietary written questions will be answered in writing and conveyed to all bidders. Oral statements concerning the meaning or intent of the contents of this RFP by any person are not considered binding. Questions regarding any aspect of this RFP should be sent electronically to:

Tenders' Committee
Central Bank of The Bahamas
Subject Line: IT2019011 Microsoft Exchange Migration Services Request for Proposals
Via E-Mail: [email protected]

Electronic copies of the proposal must be received on November 8, 2019, at or before 4:00 pm EDT. Faxed, hardcopy or oral proposals will not be accepted and could result in disqualification.

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