U.S. to aid Bosnia-Herzegovina

The U.S. Trade and Development Agency wants proposals for a feasibility study to help BH Telecom, Bosnia and Herzegovina's largest state-owned telecom provider, evaluate deploying a nationwide Wi-Fi network.

The network will provide most of the country's inhabitants with a low-cost option to telecom services and Internet protocol applications as well as expand coverage to remote rural regions. The work will be funded by a U.S. Trade and Development Agency grant. The contractor may use subcontractors from the host country for up to 20 percent of the grant amount.

Responses are due by Oct. 11. Contact Evangela Kunene at ekunene@tda.gov.

 

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