Commissioner Land Records & Settlement Govt.

of Madhya Pradesh, Department of Revenue

Request for Proposal
For

“Development of an Enterprise Web based GIS Solution for Managing Land Records” in time bound schedule

Office of the Commissioner, Land Records & Settlement
Moti Mahal, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh – 474 007 Phone: 0751-2441200 Fax: 0751-2441202 e-mail: clrgwa@mp.nic.in website: www.landrecords.mp.gov.in
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Tender Notice
Commissioner, Land Records & Settlement, Govt. of Madhya Pradesh, Gwalior (MP) invites sealed offers in two bid system for the work “Development of an Enterprise Web based GIS Solution for Managing Land Records” from interested and eligible bidders in a PPP BOOT Model. The above mentioned tender may be purchased from this office for Rs 500/- or downloaded for free from our website www.landrecords.mp.gov.in till 3:00PM March 18, 2010. Sealed offers prepared in accordance with the procedures enumerated in the RFP document should be deposited in the “designated drop box” kept at the chamber of Jt. Commissioner, Land Records at this office till 3:00PM March 18, 2010. The Tender reference number, description of work, earnest money deposit and time limit to complete the work are as given below: Tender Reference Number CLRMP/2010/01 Development GIS of an for 20,00,000/500/Enterprise Web based Solution Managing Land Records The date of opening of technical offers is given in the data sheet of the RFP Document. Description of work EMD (Rs) Tender Price (Rs) Time work 84 weeks limit for completing the

Joint Commissioner Office of the Commissioner, Land Records & Settlement Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh

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Abbreviations Used
ADS BIS BOOT CERT-In CLR COTS CRS DMZ DR EMD FPA GIS HRD IDS IEEE IPS ISO IT LAN MPR NA NDA OEM OGC PERT PPP RFP SDD SRS SWAN UAT ULB Active Directory Server Bureau of Indian Standards Build, Own, Operate and Transfer Indian Computer Emergency Response Team Commissioner, Land Records & Settlement, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh Commercially Off-The-Shelf Change Requirement Specification De-Militarized Zone Disaster Recovery Earnest Money Deposit Function Point Analysis Geographical Information System Human Resources Department Intrusion Detection System Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Intrusion Prevention System International Organization for Standardization Information Technology Local Area Network Multi-Protocol Router Not Applicable Non Disclosure Agreement Original Equipment Manufacturer Open Geospatial Consortium Project Evaluation and Review Technique Public-Private Partnership Request For Proposal Software Design Document Software Requirement Specification State Wide Area Network User Acceptance Testing Urban Local Body

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Land Records & Settlement. Gwalior. 2010 – 11:00 AM March 2. Gwalior.landrecords. Madhya Pradesh – 474 007 Last Date and Time for Receipt of Bids Date and Time of Opening of Technical Bids March 18. However. Gwalior.in the form of Demand Draft or Bank Guarantee from a nationalized bank in favour of Dy.is payable through Cash. 2010 March 18.gov. Gwalior. Madhya Pradesh Non refundable Cost of the For tenders purchased from this office.CLR. Madhya Pradesh payable at Gwalior Date of issue Last Date and Time for sale of tender Last date and time to receive requests for clarification on the tender by e-mail in prescribed format Date and time of Pre-Bid March 5. 2010 – 3:00 PM Page 4 of 191 . 2010 – 5:00 PM February 10. Land Records & Settlement.in Earnest Money Deposit Rs. Land Records & Settlement.500/. Gwalior. 2010 – 3:00 PM Tender Conference Venue of Pre-Bid Conference Office of the Commissioner. Madhya Pradesh payable at Gwalior. 2010 – 3:30 PM March 18. Rs. the tender can be downloaded for free from the department website www.mp. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution Data Sheet Tender Document No Name of the Organization CLRMP/2010/01 Office of the Commissioner. drawn in favour of Dy. Land Records & Settlement. Moti Mahal. Commissioner. Demand Draft/Banker’s Pay Order from a nationalized bank. Commissioner.00.20.000/.

CLR. Gwalior. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution Place of Opening of Bids Office of the Commissioner Land Records & Settlement. Gwalior. Madhya Pradesh – 474 007 Technical Presentation by bidders. Gwalior. 0751-244240 Fax: 0751-2441202 e-mail: clrgwa@mp. if required Declaration of bidders qualified for opening commercial bid Opening of commercial bids Address for all communications To be declared later Commissioner Land Records & Settlement. Madhya Pradesh – 474 007. Phone: 0751-2441200.nic.in To be declared later To be declared later Page 5 of 191 . 0751-2441210. Moti Mahal. Moti Mahal.

.................. 3 Data Sheet ............... 19 Cost of Bidding ........................................................................................................... 19 Authentication of Bid .................................... 19 Misplacement of the RFP document ......................5 4.................................11 3............. 24 Site Visit ......................................................................................3 3... 2 Abbreviations Used ........................2 3...4 3...............4 4......................................................... 27 Discharge of Bid Security of Successful Bidder ............................... 18 Section 4: Terms and Conditions of The Tender ...... 21 Amendment of RFP Document ........1 1..... Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution Table of Contents Tender Notice.......................................................................8 4..........................................................10 3................ Present and Planned .....................................................................9 Preface ............................................................................................................ 4 Section 1: Introduction ................................................................................ 16 Earnest Money Deposit ...... Erasures or Alterations ....... 21 Technical Qualification ...........................................................1 4........ 15 Section 3: Instructions to Bidders ......................................................... 26 Page 6 of 191 ..........................7 4.............. 28 Address of Communication ....................................................2 1................. 21 Pre-bid Meeting (PBM) .....................................................................2 4........................................... 19 Packaging the offers .......................................................................................1 3........................................... 20 Last date and time for receiving sealed offers .... 19 Transferability of the RFP document .........................................5 3... 22 Evaluation Framework ....................... 27 Offer validity ....................... 23 Indicative Quantities .......3 1........................4 2................................................................CLR....................................... 10 Organization of the RFP ...........................................................................................12 3................................................................................................ 16 Original Equipment Manufacturer’s Authorization Form ....................................................13 3...................................................... 11 IT scenarios relevant to the project – Past...........................................1 2............................. 24 Bid Security.........................................7 3................. 28 Section 2: Qualifications of The Bidder...................................................................................................... 27 Late Tender offers ....9 3... 27 Conditional offers by the Vendors................... Gwalior..................................................................6 4......................................................................................... 10 Objectives of the project:................................ 9 1....................15 4............................................................................................................................. 17 Advice to the bidders ..................................2 2..........3 3.........................................................14 3.6 3...8 3.. 28 Hand written documents....................... 19 Two Bid System .......... 28 Modification and Withdrawal of Offers ..................... 27 Rejection of Bid ................................... 22 Evaluation of Proposals ..............3 4........................................................................ 13 Eligibility and Pre-qualification criteria ....

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Commitment and Liability of Partner Companies ......................................... 28 Bid Currency .......................................................................................... 29 Intellectual Property Rights ...................................................................... 29 Indemnity .............................................................................................. 29 Publicity................................................................................................. 30 Guarantees ............................................................................................ 30 Force Majeure......................................................................................... 30 Resolution of Disputes and Arbitration ....................................................... 31 Right to Accept Any Offer and to Reject Any or All Offers ............................. 31 Risk Purchase Clause ............................................................................... 32 Termination for convenience..................................................................... 32 Right to call, verify, inspect the documents / information etc. ....................... 32 Operation and Maintenance Period ............................................................ 32 Transfer of Solution ................................................................................. 33 Ownership of resources supplied ............................................................... 33 Work Completion Requirements ................................................................ 34 Payment Terms ...................................................................................... 35 Statistics of the number of transactions ..................................................... 37 Conditions on Payment Terms .................................................................. 38

Section 5: Scope of work .................................................................................. 40 5.1 Establishment, Running and Maintenance of State Data Centre and Disaster Recovery Site ................................................................................................... 41 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 Getting Certification for Security for State Data Centre ................................ 42 Establishment, Running and Maintenance of IT Centers at 341 user locations . 42 Development and Implementation of Enterprise Web Based GIS application ... 43 Training ................................................................................................. 62

5.6 Quality checks, Validation and Porting of existing data and integrating spatial and non-spatial data ......................................................................................... 63 5.7 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 6.7 6.8 6.9 6.10 Operation and Maintenance Period ............................................................ 64 Platform................................................................................................. 68 Technical Requirements for Integrated Biometry Authentication .................... 69 User Capacity Requirements ..................................................................... 70 Target Architecture ................................................................................. 71 Conceptual Design .................................................................................. 72 System Security Design Requirements....................................................... 72 Language Interface ................................................................................. 74 State Data Centre, Disaster Recovery Site, IT Centres at 341 User Locations.. 74 Minimum qualifications for the proposed team ............................................ 75 Team during Operations and Maintenance Period ........................................ 75 Section 6: Technical Requirements .................................................................. 67

Section 7: Service Level Agreements................................................................ 76

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General Information on SLA ..................................................................... 77 SLA for Application Components ............................................................... 77 SLA for switch over to Disaster Recovery Site ............................................. 78 SLA for Uptime of the solution .................................................................. 79 Penalty for delay in project execution ........................................................ 79 Response Time Performance Criteria ......................................................... 79 Privacy & Confidentiality .......................................................................... 81 Recovery mode of Penalties from the bidder ............................................... 81 Upward cap for penalties.......................................................................... 82

Annexure I: Format for Technical Bid ............................................................... 83 Annexure II: Format for Commercial Bid........................................................ 103 Annexure III: Annexure V: Compliance Matrix For Enterprise Web based Application .. 108 Compliance Matrix For Proposed Team ................................. 177 Annexure IV: Compliance Matrix for Infrastructure ....................................... 112 Annexure VI: Indicative Quantities for IT Infrastructure ............................... 180 Annexure VII: Format for Bank Guarantee ..................................................... 189

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SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION

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CLR wishes to receive proposals from eligible vendors on a PPP BOOT Model. RoRs & Khasra) on behalf of Govt. CLR wishes to outsource development of an Enterprise Web based GIS solution. which will assist the department users in performing their activities pertaining to land records using the spatial and non-spatial data continuously updated and maintained by CLR. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 1.1 Preface The Commissioner Land Records & Settlement has been entrusted with the responsibility of creation and maintenance of land records (Cadastral Maps. 1. of Madhya Pradesh department of Revenue.CLR.2 Organization of the RFP This RFP has been divided in to the following sections for easy and effective reference: Section Section 1 Section 2 Section 3 Section 4 Section 5 Section 6 Section 7 Annexure I Annexure II Annexure III Annexure IV Annexure V Annexure VI Annexure VII Topic Introduction Qualifications of The Bidder Instructions to Bidders Terms and Conditions of The Tender Scope of work Technical Requirements Service Level Agreements Format for Technical Bid Format for Commercial Bid Compliance Matrix for Enterprise Web Based Application Compliance Matrix for Infrastructure Compliance Matrix for Proposed Team Indicative Quantities for IT Infrastructure Format for Bank Guarantee Page 10 of 191 . Gwalior. As part of its initiatives for converting the current activities of the departments in to an e-System.

Page 11 of 191 . like all software.CLR.3. testing. electricity. commissioning. design. 1. all networking. The maintenance of desktops and space also shall be carried out by the vendor. Commissioning.3 Design. cleaning. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 1. all hardware. all software. Configuration. collection receipts and all other activities of the department related to maintenance and use of land records. generation and printing of demand notes.3 Objectives of the project: Broad scope of the project is as follows: 1.3.1 Design. electricity. establishment and maintenance of all other infrastructure required for running the Enterprise Web based GIS application supplied by the bidder to meet the required service levels. Running and Maintenance of State Data Centre at Gwalior and Disaster Recovery Data Centre at a different Seismic Zone for Managing Land Records including all servers. Gwalior. cleaning running expenses manpower. Only space and desktops shall be provided by the department. Establishment.3. running and maintenance of Enterprise Web based GIS application with facility for editing the spatial and attribute data over web browser and having options to perform day to day mutation. updates. implementation. Running and Maintenance of IT Centers at 341 user locations (at each Tehsil and level) all including all and hardware. Maintenance of space also needs to be carried out by the bidder till the completion of Operations and Maintenance Period. development. Commissioning. Configuration. of all all networking.2 Study. Installation. all running expenses like manpower. Only space shall be provided by the department. Installation. other establishment maintenance infrastructure required for running the Enterprise Web based GIS application supplied by the bidder to meet the required service levels. 1. modification. Establishment. reports.

This includes existing spatial and non-spatial data supplied by CLR as well as spatial and non-spatial data developed and supplied by CLR from time to time.4 Establishment and maintenance of all connectivity required at all Tehsil user locations (341 in number).6 Quality checks.CLR.3.5 Implementations of a comprehensive security policy comply with the CERT-In Security Guidelines and conforming to ISO 27001 as well as ISO 27002. Page 12 of 191 .3. Jabalpur.8 Supply of required manpower for all operation at all user locations (341 in number) during Operations and Maintenance period.9 Operation and maintenance of all activities pertaining to the service requirements of the supplied solution. Indore and Ujjain) and shall extend for a period of 5 years.3. 1. Jabalpur.3. 1. 1.3. Gwalior. 1. 1. The bidder shall comply with ISO 27001 and ISO 27002 and get the certification within 6 months after implementation. Indore and Ujjain) and shall extend for a period of 5 years. during transactions and while posting the edits to the server with audit trails and versioning. Operation and Maintenance period starts after commissioning of the solution at Pilot Locations (Gwalior. validation and porting of the spatial and non-spatial data to the developed system and integration of Spatial and NonSpatial Data. counted after successful implementation at all stipulated locations in MP. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 1.3. counted after successful implementation at all stipulated locations in MP. Operation and Maintenance period starts after commissioning of the solution at Pilot Locations (Gwalior.7 Incorporating the integrated biometric and digital signature validations comply with the Indian IT Act and CCA Guidelines.

weekly. 1.4 IT scenarios relevant to the project – Past.11 Issue of owner wise smart cards for properties owned Automatically generate daily. monthly and yearly of all operations pertaining to the operations and reports maintenance of the solution in encrypted and password protected pdf format and saving them to the server and external media. DGPS. CLR has already released order for digitization of cadastral maps for the entire Madhya Pradesh State.1 Digitization of Cadastral Maps As part of the initiate to develop a GIS for maintenance of land records. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 1.12 Post Implementation minor software enhancements / customization during 5 years of Operation and Maintenance period as per the requirements and/or request of the department. Gwalior.3. High-Resolution Satellite Images and/or Aerial Images to generate land records with better spatial accuracy. The detailed scope is given in the section “Scope of Work”. The GIS application developed as per this tender shall be capable of shifting from old data to new data with minimal efforts.CLR.2 Non-spatial Khasra data CLR has already computerized the Khasra attribute data (RoRs) for all villages and is available in MS-SQL format. 1. The above mentioned digitization work is nearing completion and shall be used as base data for rolling out the GIS application developed as per this tender. 1.13 Train the department staff in all aspects of management. 1.4. Present and Planned 1.3.4.3. 1. In other Page 13 of 191 .10 1.3. and maintenance of the supplied solution during operation maintenance and operations period of 5 years.4.3 Initiatives for Resurvey of Land Records CLR has also plans to perform Survey/Resurvey using latest technologies like Total Station.

wherever available. which is under development. But if the required service levels are not achievable using the connectivity through SWAN. operate and maintain all connectivity at bidder’s cost. It is to be noted that the bidder shall establish. The citizen modules shall be able to work through normal internet connection. the bidder should use his own connectivity means to achieve the required service levels.CLR. Once the SWAN connectivity is available. Most of the user locations coming under the GIS application developed as per this tender are expected to be connected through the SWAN.4. Gwalior. the GIS application shall be able to connect to the server through any leased network. the application should work with either the existing data or any data prepared in future. Page 14 of 191 . Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution words.4 Network The state IT department of Madhya Pradesh is building a State Wide Area Network across government offices in Madhya Pradesh. the bidder may make use of the SWAN connectivity. 1. However.

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2.1 The bidder should be a single company/firm or a joint venture/ consortium. Madhya Pradesh or should agree to open an office in Gwalior. 15 Crores in the last 3 financial years in providing IT solutions and it should have made profits in the last 2 financial years.000/. 2. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 2. Madhya Pradesh in the event of awarding the project to them and operate it till completion of this project.1 Eligibility and Pre-qualification criteria 2.4 The bidder in case of single company or the prime bidder in case of joint venture/consortium should have an office in Gwalior.2 Earnest Money Deposit 2.1. 2. Madhya Pradesh valid for a period of 180 days from the due date of the tender.1.(Rupees Twenty Lakhs) in the form of Fixed Deposit Receipt/Demand Draft/Pay Order/Bank Guarantee of a Nationalized Bank payable at Gwalior drawn in favour of Dy. Commissioner.CLR.3 The bidder in case of single company or the prime bidder in case of joint venture/consortium should have CMM/PCMM/CMMi Level 3 or above certification.2 The bidder in case of single company or the prime bidder in case of joint venture/consortium should have a minimum cumulative turnover of Rs. Land Records & Settlement. 2. Gwalior. Any company/firm can submit only one bid irrespective of participation as a single party or as part of a consortium / joint venture. 2. Page 16 of 191 . Joint ventures/consortiums with more than 3 companies are not allowed.00.1 Vendors are required to give an Earnest Money Deposit (EMD) for Rs 20.1.1. Gwalior.

the bid shall be rejected. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 2. 2.1 Bidders other than the sole distributers in India of the GIS platform proposed by the bidder shall be required to submit a letter of authority from the Original Software Manufacturer stating that the bidder is authorized to quote for the same.2 The EMD shall be refundable to unsuccessful vendors.3 Original Form Equipment Manufacturer’s Authorization 2. In case the bidders does not provide Manufacturer’s Authorization Form. Gwalior.3.2. Page 17 of 191 .CLR. The successful bidder’s EMD shall be adjusted in the Bid Security Deposit the bidder shall be making as per the clause “Bid Security Deposit”.

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The envelope should contain two separate envelopes for Technical Bid and Commercial Bid. It is assumed that the bidder is preparing the proposed solution after carefully going through every clause of the RPF in detail.5 Two Bid System The tender process shall follow the two bid system namely (1) Technical Bid and (2) Commercial Bid.2 Transferability of the RFP document This RFP document is not transferable. There are formats specified for most of the documentations expected from the bidder.4 Cost of Bidding The bidder shall bear all the cost incurred for preparing the proposal including expenses of travel and lodging that may be required including collecting information from the department and other communication required with the department regardless of the outcome of the bidding process.3 Misplacement of the RFP document CLR shall not be responsible for any delay in submission or non delivery of proposal due to any reasons like postal delay. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 3. wherever mentioned. 3. Gwalior. 3. 3. Due date and Vendor Name.CLR. 3. Attach certificates or other documents to prove the claims.1 Advice to the bidders Bidders are advised to go through the entire body of the RFP to understand the requirement as well as the tender evaluation procedures.6 Packaging the offers The offer should be enclosed in a duly sealed envelope super scribed with RFP reference number. Due date and Vendor Name. 3. Work Name. Work Name. Page 19 of 191 . Both Technical Bid and Commercial bid are to be duly sealed and they should be super scribed with Type of offer (Technical Offer or Commercial Offer) apart from RFP reference number.

The commercial offers should be complete in all respects and it should not contradict with the Technical Offer in any manner. 3. In the event of any discrepancy between the hard copies and/or the softcopies.1 Envelope-I Technical Bid The technical bid should contain all technical information on the solutions proposed along with all supporting documents to qualify in the qualification criteria. The original and copies shall be enclosed in the “Envelope-I Technical Bid”.6. A duly stamped Power-of-Attorney accompanying the Bid Document shall support the letter of authorization. amounts in the commercial bid may be filled by hand.6. Page 20 of 191 . However. The bidder is required to submit soft copy of the technical bid in “MS Word/ Excel/ Power point/Adobe PDF” as applicable.3 Number of copies of the bid The Bidder is required to submit one original and two copies of the Technical Bid enclosed in separate envelopes. 3. the original hard copy shall prevail. The Bidder is required to submit only one original of Commercial Bid (One each for each Model) 3. The soft copies are to be in CD/DVD media in 1 copy and shall be enclosed in Technical Bid Original.CLR. the whole offer shall be rejected outright. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 3. Gwalior. The technical offer should be as per the format given in Annexure I: Format for Technical Bid. clearly marking envelope as "Technical Bid – Original" and "Technical Bid – Copy 1 or 2".6.7 Authentication of Bid The original and all copies of the Bid Document shall be computer laser printouts and shall be signed by the person duly authorized to bind the Bidder to the Contract. as appropriate. The Technical Bid should not contain any commercial offer.2 Envelope-II Commercial Bid The commercial bid should contain the bill of material in the format given in Annexure II: Format for commercial Bid. The person signing the Bid Document shall initial all pages of the Bid Document. If any commercial offer found in the technical bid.

10 Amendment of RFP Document At any time before the deadline for submission of bids. then the bidder shall be allowed to rebid. CLR may. modifying and/or supplementing the same. 3. RFP Section Reference Number Tender Reference No Subject CLRMP/2010/01 Clarification Sought Queries not adhering to the format above or queries not received within the mentioned deadline shall not be taken up at the Pre-bid Meeting. If a bidder has already submitted the bid and the tender document has been amended subsequently. Page 21 of 191 . Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 3. 3. CLR shall not be responsible for any delay in receiving the clarification document including but not limited to any delays like postal delays. Gwalior. whether at its own initiative or in response to a clarification requested by a prospective bidder. Vendor Name and Address Date Sr. All such amendments shall be binding on them without any further act or deed on CLR part.No.CLR. The format for request for clarification is given below. Such requests are to be received by CLR by e-mail with subject “WebGIS RFP: Request for Clarification” on or before the date and time mentioned in the data sheet. modify the Tender Document by amending. he should write “Rebid Dated: <Date>” on the bid envelope and the previous bid will not be considered. but before the last date and time of submission of bids.8 Last date and time for receiving sealed offers The sealed offers should reach the address mentioned in the data sheet on or before the date and time mentioned in the data sheet. for any reason. In such cases.9 Pre-bid Meeting (PBM) CLR shall make best efforts to respond to any request for clarification for the Tender Document to the prospective bidders.

1. all amendments.11.1. 3.1 Evaluation of Proposals Tender Evaluation Committee The evaluation of both technical and commercial proposals shall be done by a “Tender Evaluation Committee”. extension of deadlines and all clarifications shall be posted on the department website www. Bidders adhering to the completeness of the technical proposal shall be given chance to give a technical presentation before the Evaluation Committee. 3.in under “Tender” option.landrecords.1 Technical Qualification Detailed evaluation of the technical offers shall be performed only after scrutinizing whether each bid is: 3. Original RFP.gov.11. No correspondence will be entertained outside the process of negotiation/ discussion with the Tender Evaluation Committee.11.12 3.CLR. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution CLR reserves the right to extend the deadline for the submission of the bids.11.11 3. The decision of the Evaluation Committee in the evaluation of the Technical and Commercial bids shall be final and binding on all the parties.1. The Tender Evaluation Committee may choose to conduct technical negotiation or discussion with any or all the Bidders.1 Complete in all respects as per the format given in Annexure I: Format for Technical Bid 3.mp. Gwalior.3 Accompanied by the EMD as mentioned under clause “Earnest Money Deposit” Those bids failing to clear the above criteria shall be rejected and will not be scrutinized further.12. Page 22 of 191 .2 Accompanied by all documents required to prove claims against prequalification mentioned in section “Qualification of the Bidder” 3.

3.2 Obtaining minimum marks in Technical Evaluation Commercial bid will be opened of those bidders. Page 23 of 191 .13. 3.12. The commercial bids of only those bidders shall be opened.1 Technical Bid Evaluation Framework Technical bid evaluation shall be guided by the following framework: Criteria Quality of Proposed Solution Bidders Understanding level of scope of work Approach and Methodology Project Management Methodology Technical Presentation Key Resources Qualification and experience of GIS experts in the company Qualification and experience of GIS experts proposed for the project Specific experience in Cadastral Mapping within the proposed team Bidder’s Competence Experience in executing GIS projects Experience in executing Web based projects Experience in Cadastral Mapping Projects Certifications Total Marks 10 15 5 5 100 5 10 5 5 5 5 30 Maximum Marks The bidder must obtain a minimum Technical Score of 70% in order to qualify for the next stages of the evaluation process. who has obtained 70% or more in Technical Evaluation. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution Any effort by a bidder to influence the Tender Evaluation Committee’s processing of Bids or award decisions may result in the rejection of the Bid.CLR. Gwalior. who have obtained a minimum mark of 70% as per the evaluation framework. 3.13 Evaluation Framework The following framework shall be used as a guideline for the evaluation of bids. The CLR reserves the right to introduce any other evaluation method or make enhancements in the existing framework as per the wish and requirement of CLR. The evaluation by the Tender Evaluation Committee in this regard shall be final and binding on the bidder.

3.1 Site Visit It is the responsibility of the bidder to visit the proposed site for State Data Centre before submitting his offer. 3. a table containing indicative quantities of the IT Infrastructure has been provided in “Annexure VI: Indicative Quantities for IT Infrastructure”.15 3. 3. to get a clear idea Page 24 of 191 .3 Total Bid Evaluation Weightage (%) 30 70 Technical Score * 30% + Commercial Score * 70% Total scoring in the bid shall be guided by the following framework: Total Bid Evaluation Technical Score Weightage Commercial Score Weightage Total Bid Evaluation The bidder with maximum Total Bid Evaluation Score shall be considered for awarding the project.1 Indicative Quantities In order to give a basic idea to the bidders about the IT Infrastructure quantities involved in the scope. The figures mentioned are merely indicative. Bidders also should note that the list does not contain quantities for development of Non-IT infrastructure.14 3.2 Commercial Bid Evaluation 100 * [L1 Proposed Parameter of Bidder's share “n” / Bidder Proposed Parameter of Bidder's share “n”] Commercial Bid evaluation shall be guided the following framework: Commercial Score % L1 is the minimum value of “n” proposed by any bidder.14. Bidders should note that the list provided may not contain all the items required to provide the required solution.13. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 3.13.CLR. Gwalior.15. those are also included in the scope of work. The actual quantities will have to be worked out by the bidder himself to arrive at his cost as per his proposed solution.

Department will facilitate bidders to get access to the site upon prior intimation. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution about the work involved in infrastructure development. Gwalior. Page 25 of 191 . which may assist his design.CLR.

Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution SECTION 4: TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE TENDER Page 26 of 191 .CLR. Gwalior.

3 Discharge of Bid Security of Successful Bidder The Bid Security shall be discharged to the vendor within 6 months after completing the Operation and Maintenance Period of 5 years and upon successful transfer of the solution as described under clause “Transfer of the Solution”. 4.1 Bid Security 4.2 Currency of Bid Security The bid security shall be furnished in Indian Rupees.00. Commissioner Land Records & Settlement.5 Late Tender offers Any proposal received after the last date and time mentioned in the data sheet for receipt of proposal shall be rejected outright. without any further correspondence. Gwalior. 4. within 10 days from the date of Statement of work order in the form of Demand Draft / Banker’s Cheque / Bank Guarantee of a nationalized bank drawn in favour of “Dy. 4.1 Bid Security Deposit The successful bidder shall furnish an amount equivalent to Rs20. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 4. treating as non-responsive. 4. 4.000/.CLR.(Rupees Twenty Lakhs).1. Madhya Pradesh against the risk of Bidder’s conduct and performance of his solution with respect to the required service levels.4 Conditional offers by the Vendors Any bid containing conditional offers shall be summarily rejected outright 4.2 Rejection of Bid Any bid not secured in accordance with Clause “Bid Security” shall be rejected by CLR.3 Requirement of Bid Security The Bid security is required to protect CLR.1. Madhya Pradesh” and shall be held until the successful transfer of the solution as described under clause “Transfer of the Solution” after completion of Operation and Maintenance Period of 5 years. Page 27 of 191 .1.

Gwalior. Page 28 of 191 .9 Hand written documents. 4.7 Address of Communication All communications including submission of proposals shall be as per the address mentioned in the data sheet as “Address for all communication”.1 Commitment and Liability of Partner Companies In case of bidding as a Consortium/Joint Venture. it is to be noted that all partner companies shall be jointly and severely liable to all terms and conditions mentioned in the RFP. 4. The EMD shall be forfeited. However. 4. A Bidder granting extension of validity will not be permitted to modify its technical or commercial bid. If any vendor wishes to withdraw its offer during the validity period mentioned under section “Offer validity”.10 4.1 Offer validity period All bids remain valid for a period of six months (6 months) after the date of opening of the commercial bid by CLR. Extension of validity period by the bidder shall be unconditional.CLR. It is expected that there are no hand written materials present in the offer except commercial bid figures.10.6. The request and the response thereto shall be made in writing. a bidder may refuse the request without forfeiting the EMD. 4. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 4. CLR reserves the right to reject a bid valid shorter than 6 months considering as non-responsive without any correspondence.6.8 Modification and Withdrawal of Offers Withdrawal or modifications (except rebid) of offers are not permitted after its submission.2 Extension of validity period In especial circumstances. 4. The EMD provided shall also be sufficiently extended.6 Offer validity 4. CLR may solicit extension of the period of validity from a bidder. Erasures or Alterations The offers containing erasures or hand-alterations will not be considered in any case.

damages. Page 29 of 191 . who will represent the Consortium/Joint Venture. 4. This clause is applicable to all data in any form or format designed and developed for CLR under this tender by the bidder. 4. relating to the performance of the Project whether or not such loss or damage is caused or contributed to by negligence or other default of Bidder or their Authorized User. during project execution. 4. losses. who will be the prime contact person to the CLR in technical matters during the execution of the project. trademarks. copyrights. The representative shall be from the Prime Bidder Company.CLR.13 Indemnity Vendor shall indemnify.12 Intellectual Property Rights All intellectual property rights for the work performed under this tender as far as data is concerned shall lie with CLR. in the event the Consortium/Joint Venture is awarded the Contract. 4. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 4. resulting from infringement of any patent.10. Gwalior.10. liabilities.4 Among the team members proposed for the project. there should be a Project Manager.2 The Consortium/Joint Venture should have a “Prime Bidder Company”. 4. protect and save CLR against all claims.11 Bid Currency All prices shall be quoted in Indian Rupees. proceeding.3 The Consortium/Joint Venture should nominate and authorize a Representative.10. costs (including legal costs). who shall have the authority to conduct all businesses for and on behalf of any and all the parties of the Consortium/Joint Venture during the bidding process and. The bidder shall not use such data for any other purpose during and after the term of contract. expenses and action suits. any other statutory infringements in respect of all the hardware / software supplied by him or expenses whatsoever arising out of or resulting from any loss or damage to the property or personnel of CLR.

the qualified bidder shall promptly notify CLR in writing of such conditions and the cause thereof. All products supplied should conform to respective ISO/BIS standards. All hardware and software must be supplied with their originals along with complete original printed documentation and licenses. fires. wars or revolutions.16. he should guarantee that they are brand new. Madhya Pradesh.1 Force Majeure Notwithstanding the provisions of the tender. the bidder shall not be liable for forfeiture of his performance guarantee. it’s delay in performance or other failure to perform its obligations under the contract is the result of an event of Force Majeure.CLR. Unless otherwise directed by CLR in writing. the Bidder shall continue to perform its obligations under the contract as far as Page 30 of 191 .16 4. epidemics. 4. 4.15 Guarantees Bidders should guarantee that the software supplied to CLR and to any other location as part of the contract mentioned in this tender are licensed and legally obtained. acts of CLR either in its sovereign or contractual capacity. 4.14 Publicity Any publicity by the vendor in which the name of CLR is to be used should be done only with and after the explicit written permission of the Commissioner Land Records & Settlement. Such events may include. liquidated damages or termination for default. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 4. Gwalior. Anything that is supplied by the bidders. if and to the extent that. floods. but are not restricted to.3 If a Force Majeure situation arises.16.16. quarantine restrictions and freight embargoes. Gwalior. 4.2 For purposes of the above Clause. including all components and accessories. "Force Majeure" means an event beyond the control of the bidder and not involving the bidder and not involving the bidder's fault or negligence and not foreseeable.

17 4. without Page 31 of 191 . Madhya Pradesh.4 In case the issues are not resolved in the arbitration proceedings then further legal action by the parties shall be referred and restricted to the jurisdiction of the Court in Gwalior. be settled amicably through direct informal negotiation between the Parties. so far as it is possible. on any or all disputes or differences arising out of or in connection with this Contract or its performance. either party may request that the dispute to be referred to arbitrator(s) in accordance with the Arbitration and Conciliation Act.3 In case of non acceptance of the CLR’s decision.17. who shall be the sole arbitrator.CLR.17.2 If after 30 (thirty) days of consultation or before. 4.1 Resolution of Disputes and Arbitration Any and all disputes or differences between the Parties arising out of or in connection with this Contract or its performance shall. reserves the right to accept or reject any offer.18 Right to Accept Any Offer and to Reject Any or All Offers CLR. 4.17. and to declare the tendering process invalid. 4. It shall be referred to The Commissioner Land Records and Settlement. All Arbitration proceedings shall be held at Gwalior. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution reasonably practical and shall seek all reasonable alternative means for performance not prevented by the Force Majeure event.17. 1996. 4. and to reject all tenders at any time prior to award of contract. Gwalior. 4. the department and the successful bidder have failed to reach an amicable settlement. Madhya Pradesh and the language of the arbitration proceedings and that of all documents and communications between the parties shall be in English.

22 Operation and Maintenance Period Operation and Maintenance Period starts after commissioning of the solution at Pilot Locations (Gwalior. 4. cost and responsibility of the successful vendor.20 Termination for convenience CLR reserves the right to terminate the contract in whole or in part if the bidder failed to execute the project as per the scope of work with the required performance levels at any stage of the project assessed by the department. Gwalior. CLR reserves the right to procure similar services from any alternate sources at the risk. inspect the documents / information etc. CLR shall also have the right to enter into an agreement with any other third party vendor for taking the project forward or for maintenance of the project and shall in no way be answerable to the bidder for such decision. verify. inspect the documents and information submitted by the vendors.21 Right to call. Indore and Ujjain). error corrections or any other changes required in the solution provided by the bidder to fulfill the scope of work or to Page 32 of 191 . verify. CLR reserves the right to call.19 Risk Purchase Clause In the event of the successful vendor fails to execute the project as stipulated in the delivery schedule in the required qualities and/or functionalities.22. Jabalpur. The Operations and Maintenance Period shall continue for a period of 5 years counted after obtaining Implementation Certificate from CLR for entire Madhya Pradesh State for all user locations. 4. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution thereby incurring any liability to the participated vendor(s) or any obligation to inform the vendor(s) regarding the decision. In order to check the authenticity of the details provided by the bidder.1 Bug fixing. 4. During Operation and Maintenance Period.CLR. the bidder shall execute the following but not limited to: 4. 4.

all resources supplied as part of this project except human resources shall belong to the department. 4. Gwalior. data upload / data porting.24 Ownership of resources supplied At any time during or after this project.23 Transfer of Solution After the completion of Operation and Maintenance Period. whenever there is a new data set available.2 Updates to the existing GIS Web services and add new services as and when required.22. all software. 4. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution maintain the required service levels mentioned under section “Service Level Agreements”. Layering management. 4.CLR. all software supplied (custom and COTS). This includes all hardware supplied. The software components developed for CLR as part of this RFP should be accompanied by duly commented source code and documentation.3 GIS data maintenance including periodic data validation checks on the GIS data for topology and other data quality requirements. all infrastructure developed/supplied including all networking. The bidder shall have the responsibility to unconditionally transfer the entire solution including all hardware.22. Page 33 of 191 .5 Interact with officials of the department and provide periodic reports to higher management.22. 4. or any other Adding/deleting/amending layers or field structures modification to GIS database schema. 4. the department may opt to take up the Operations and Maintenance with its own staff or may call open tenders to choose a vendor to take up the Operations and Maintenance for another period chosen by CLR.22. 4.4 Any minor modifications/ enhancements required and/or requested by CLR in the Enterprise Web Based GIS solution. all infrastructures supplied by the bidder in good and running condition at bidders cost.

6. Gwalior. 4. 2. Commissioning of the solution at Pilot Districts (Gwalior. Any delay in achieving the milestones shall attract penalties as per the clause “Penalty for delay in project execution” Sr. Jabalpur. of India approved security auditor chosen by CLR After clearance from the security audit.No.25 Work Completion Requirements The milestones of the project shall be in terms of completion of measurable stages as given below. Milestone Item Expected Completion from the date of award of contract 1. Jabalpur. Obtaining project implementation certificate Operation and Maintenance Period 84 weeks 5 years after commissioning of the solution at Pilot Locations 80 weeks 72 weeks 40 weeks 52 weeks 65 weeks 4 Weeks 20 Weeks 30 weeks Page 34 of 191 . Installation. Submission of Project Plan including PERT Chart Submission of SRS to the CLR Discussions on SRS and finalization of SRS after incorporating points discussed and recommended Submission of SDD and acceptance of SDD by CLR Development and Conference Room Pilot Demonstration Supply. Full function test run and CLR’s Acceptance of the solution at Pilot Districts (Gwalior.CLR. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 4. Milestone duration is taken from the date of work order. Installation and CLR’s Acceptance at all locations after successful live run at Pilot Locations and acceptance of System documentation. 3. user manuals. Security Audit by Govt. Indore and Ujjain) and State Data Centre and Disaster Recovery Site 9. Indore and Ujjain) along with State Data Centre and Disaster Recovery Site 7. training and source code 10. 8. Supply. 5. 11.

CLR.5 x n 0. if a bidder bids Rs2/. The following are the revenue generation models for the department and the payments entitled for the bidder.40/. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 4.per transaction mentioned in the table below.00/.5 x n 0. No Descriptio n Source Revenue of of Function/Transaction Payment to the bidder per transaction (bidder has to bid the value of “n”) 1.per transaction mentioned in the table below.5 x n 0.per transaction mentioned in the table below. Generation and Supply of Payment 0. The payments to the bidder shall be as per his winning bid of “n”. Generation and Supply of Payment Receipt Generation of Demand Note for Premium for Diversion including Penalty.2 x n” • Rs 3. For example.as “n” and if he wins the contract. Gwalior. where payment to the bidder is mentioned as “1. if any Collection of premium payment made by the Owner. In the following table.0 x n” • Rs 2. “n” is value of bid.5 x n” Sr. He receives payments as follows: • Rs 2. where payment to the bidder is mentioned as “1. Land Revenue on Agricultural Land Generation of Demand Note for Land Revenue including cess as applicable Collection of payment made by the Owner.26 Payment Terms The payment to the successful bidder shall be based on the utilization of the solution supplied by him for the department. Revenue on Diversion of Land Page 35 of 191 .75 x n 2. which the bidder has quoted in the commercial bid in the format given under “Annexure II: Format for Commercial Bid”. where payment to the bidder is mentioned as “1.00/.

CLR. Copy Land Records (Khasra/B1 /Map) A4 Print) 6. Generation and Supply of copy of Land Records to the applicant.25 x n Generation and Supply of Payment 0.5 x n Generation and Supply of Payment 0. Revenue on Nazul Land Generation of Demand Note for Premium for Nazul land including Penalty.75 x n 0. Generation and Supply of Payment Receipt to the applicant. Gwalior. Payment through internet 5.0 x n Any payment received through internet using bidders solution 0. Receipt 3. Copy Land Records (Khasra/B1 /Map) (Per of Receiving Application for copy of Land Records. Receipt 4. Generation and Supply of copy of Land Records to the applicant.75 x n 0. Generation and Supply of Payment Receipt to the applicant. Collection of Payment made by applicant. No Descriptio n Source Revenue of of Function/Transaction RFP for WebGIS Solution Payment to the bidder per transaction (bidder has to bid the value of “n”) Receipt Generation of Demand Note for Annual Rent on Diverted Land including cess as applicable Collection of Annual Rent payment made by the Owner. if any Collection of Premium payment made by the Owner.5 x n (Per Size of Receiving application for copy of Land Records.5 x n Page 36 of 191 . (A3 Size shall be used 1. Collection of Payment made by applicant. Receipt Generation of Demand Note for Annual Rent for Nazul land including cess as applicable Collection of Annual Rent payment made by the Owner. 1.75 x n 0. Madhya Pradesh Sr.5 x n Generation and Supply of Payment 0.

00. Madhya Pradesh Sr.00. No Descriptio n Source Revenue of of Function/Transaction RFP for WebGIS Solution Payment to the bidder per transaction (bidder has to bid the value of “n”) A3 Print) 7.000 Function/Transaction Number of Transactions Per Year Likely Scenario 30.000 Page 37 of 191 . Gwalior.00. 3. No Present Scenario 1.27 Statistics of the number of transactions In order to provide an indicative idea to the bidders about the number of transactions for each category of revenue collection.000 25.00. 2.000 20.000 50.000 50.5 x n (Khasra/B1/Map) through internet (Khasra/B1 /Map) through internet 8.000 10. Receive payment for smart card issue fee from the applicant. Issue of the smart card Fixed payment of Rs 75/Owner-wise Smartcard 4. 4. Issue of Receiving application for issue of owner-wise smart card with required proofs. a statistics of the present and likely number of transactions per year is provided below: Sr. Demand Note generated for Agriculture Land Revenue Collection of Agriculture Land Revenue Demand Note generated for Premium for Diversion including arrears and penalty Collection of Premium for Diversion including 10.CLR.000 25. Copy Land Records Size of only if the document is not fitting into A4 Size) Generating copy of land records 0.

00. 6. 8. Copy of Khasra/Map to the applicant. The figures given above are indicative. Madhya Pradesh Sr. The payment shall be released after deducting all the penalties.1 Conditions on Payment Terms Payment to the bidder shall be monthly based on total successful completed transactions during a calendar month on producing certified list of transactions. Collection of Annual Rent for Annual Rent for Nazul land 11.70. The department shall put all efforts to release the payments by 15th of the following month.000 Item Approximate Value 25.50.000 1. Nazul and Diverted) 3.000 4.28 4.000 25. Page 38 of 191 .000 50.000 50.000 500 1.000 penalty 5.00.000 1.000 500 1.CLR.000 5. No Function/Transaction RFP for WebGIS Solution Number of Transactions Per Year Present Scenario Likely Scenario 5. 9. 12.00.00.28.00. No 1. Gwalior. Total number of parcels including all categories (Agriculture.00. Copy of B-1 record to the applicant.00.000 1.000 1. Bidders can also consider the following statistics for analyzing the revenue model Sr.00.00. Demand Note generated for Annual Rent on Diverted Land Collection of Annual Rent on Diverted Land Demand Note generated for Premium for Nazul land including Penalty Collection of Premium for Nazul land including Penalty Demand Note generated for Annual Rent for Nazul land 10.000 50.000 50. if any as per the conditions mentioned in the service level agreements. 7.50.

4 By change of law. Page 39 of 191 .28. 4. Indore and Ujjain). CLR reserves the right to amend the list as per necessity. the revenue heads may also change. 4. Gwalior. payments for those districts will commence. As soon as the solution is successfully implemented for other districts.CLR.2 The payment to the bidder shall start after obtaining successful project implementation certificate by CLR for 4 districts (Gwalior.3 The Operations and Maintenance Period shall continue for a period of 5 years counted after obtaining Project Implementation Certificate from CLR for entire Madhya Pradesh State for all user locations.28. Jabalpur.28. The changes shall be intimated to the bidder from time to time. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 4.

CLR. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution SECTION 5: SCOPE OF WORK Page 40 of 191 . Gwalior.

3 The State Data Centre and Disaster Recovery Site shall be connected through leased line (1:1 ratio) of required bandwidth (minimum 4 Mbps) configured for VPN and synchronous data mirroring between State Data Centre and Disaster Recovery Site to provide required functionality and service levels.4 State Data Centre should have SAN based Data Mirroring with the Disaster Recovery Site. electricity.2 Design. Testing.1 Design. Establishment. establishment and maintenance of all other infrastructure required for running the Enterprise Web Based GIS application supplied by the bidder to meet the required service levels. Commissioning. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 5. The scope includes: 5. Any updates to the data should be considered as completed only after successful updating of the same to servers at State Data Centre as well as servers at Disaster Recovery Site 5.1. Commissioning.5 Supply. Installation.1. Running and Maintenance of State Data Centre at Establishment. Commissioning and Maintenance of all servers. 5. cleaning. all running expenses like man power. Configuration. 5. Configuration. Running and Maintenance of Disaster Recovery Data Centre at a different Seismic Zone. Page 41 of 191 . Gwalior. all networking. Testing. Testing. all software.1 Establishment. Running and Maintenance of State Data Centre and Disaster Recovery Site Vendors have to establish a State Data Centre required for running the Enterprise Web based GIS application supplied by the bidder. Installation. Configuration. Installation.1. all hardware.1. Gwalior. 5.CLR.1.

Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 5. The scope includes: 5. Commissioning. cleaning running expenses manpower. Gwalior. other establishment maintenance Page 42 of 191 . Establishment.1 The vendor shall implement a comprehensive security policy comply with the CERT-In Security Guidelines. Running and Maintenance of IT Centers at 341 user locations (at each Tehsil and level) all including all and hardware.1.3.2. Installation.2 Getting Certification for Security for State Data Centre 5.2 Implementations of a comprehensive security policy comply with the CERT-In Security Guidelines and conforming to ISO 27001 as well as ISO 27002. like all software.2. 5. Configuration. Running and Maintenance of IT Centers at 341 user locations Vendors have to establish IT Centers at all department user locations (341 in number at each Tehsil Level) to run the Enterprise Web Based GIS application supplied by the bidder.6 The infrastructure provided should under comply Section to the 6: technical Technical requirements Requirements mentioned 5.1 Design. of all all networking. electricity. 5. The certification should be renewed and valid during and till the end of Operations and Maintenance Period.2. the requirements of department and conforming to ISO 27001 as well as ISO 27002.3 The bidder shall comply with ISO 27001 for Security Management and ISO 27002 for Security Control and get the certification within 6 months after implementation.CLR. The bidder shall comply with ISO 27001 and ISO 27002 and get the certification within 6 months after implementation 5.3 Establishment.

The maintenance of desktops and space also shall be carried out by the vendor. generation and printing of demand notes. The scope includes system study. development.3. collection receipts and all other activities of the department related to maintenance and use of land records Page 43 of 191 . Gwalior. Commissioning and Maintenance of all hardware and all software required for integrated biometric validations. Configuration. while posting the edits to the server. 5.3 Establishment and maintenance of all connectivity required at all department user locations for the required service levels. commissioning. running and maintenance of Enterprise Web based GIS application with facility for editing the spatial and attribute data over web browser and having options to perform day to day mutation. 2. updates. 1. modification. Only space and desktops shall be provided by the department. 5.2 Supply. reports. IT Centre Category CLR Head office Tehsil Offices Total No of IT Centres at each category 1 341 5.4 Development and Implementation of Enterprise Web Based GIS application In order to assist the day to day activities of the stakeholders of the land records. Testing. testing.3. The application should satisfy the Technical Requirements mentioned under section “Technical Requirements”. Installation.CLR.3. requirement analysis.No. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution infrastructure required for running the Enterprise Web based GIS application supplied by the bidder to meet the required service levels. a browser based GIS application need to be developed.4 The infrastructure provided should under comply Section to the 6: technical Technical requirements Requirements mentioned 5. implementation. design. The following table describes the number of IT Centres expected: Sr.

However.4. 5. It is to be noted that any cost incurred in providing and maintaining the online transaction functionality like payments to the payment gateway provider is to be borne by the bidder. None of the web pages or module interfaces should be available to any user without authentication of user name and password allotted to him by administrative users. There should be option to drill down up to the Khasra level using combo boxes in the following sequence R. it should take the user to the GIS interface opened with the selected Tehsil on the map display area.I Circle à Patwari Halka à Village à Khasra No Page 44 of 191 . Gwalior. 5. The vendors should note that the overall functional requirements and/or functionality availability for different types of users may change as per the wish of CLR and should be addressed at the SRS and/or SDD level. 5.4. After selecting Tehsil.1 Functional Requirements common to all users 5.1.3 The user should be able to select and load the map at Tehsil level using the drill down option using combo boxed in the following sequence District à Tehsil The Tehsil should be populated as per the selection of the district.2 The GIS user interface should be user friendly.CLR.1. The detailed user management requirements are listed under the section User Management.1 The application module should have the user authentication screen before opening the GIS user interface.4.1.4. After loading the data for a Tehsil. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution The required Functional Requirements of the Web Based Enterprise Web Based Application are detailed under the following heads. the public user should be able to use the functionalities available to the public user by registering themselves on the website by specifying an unused user name and a password of his choice as per the guidelines mentioned on the website in line with best practices in the industry.

5.4.4.12 5.4.1.12.4.1.1. 5.4.6 Option to switch the display of a feature layer ON or OFF independently. He will take the printout and handover the same to the applicant.4.1. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution There should be option to directly select the village name also.1 Facility to generate and print copies of Land Record Any public user can print copies of Khasra with/without Map and/or B1 only after registering himself once and making online payment in favour of CLR using online net-banking/debit card/cash card.4 Zoom to selected features 5.1. He should be able to drill down to a Khasra and take print copies of Khasra with/without Map and/or B1.1.4.1. He shall receive the payment from the applicant by cash/demand draft/debit card/cash card. the print option shall be activated.4.1.4.5 Zoom to specified scale 5.1.1 Zoom to Full Extent 5.4.4.4. 5.4.3 Zoom to previous extent 5. 5. After entering the payment details. 5.4.2 Single click fixed Zoom-in and Zoom-out options 5.1. without selecting the RI Circle or Patwari Halka.11Online help on usage of the system.10Click and select features.4.6 PAN using click and drag options and/or using sliders at bottom and right side 5. 5.7 Attribute query options to find records satisfying conditions based on specific field or combination of fields using logical and mathematical operators. circle.4.1. Gwalior.4. Page 45 of 191 .4.4.1. 5.1.4.4. 5. 5.4.1.12.4.1.1.4 The interface should have easy to use Map Navigation Options like: 5. If there are more than one village with the same name.1.CLR. the options should be automatically highlighted with details of village with corresponding RI Circles and Patwari Halkas so that the user can select from the available options.5 Option to view the feature layer list currently displayed in a stacked form.9 Measure distance and Area using specified mouse clicks. Select using rectangle. polygon etc.8 General GIS spatial queries.2 Designated person at department IT Centres should be able to receive application for issue of Land Records Copy.

1:1000.1 Select the Khasra using the drill down combo boxes or after directly selecting the village Page 46 of 191 . 5. At any point of time.4. if anybody feeds the “CLR” Number in the user interface at the home page of CLR website.2 Additional Functional Requirements for Public User 5. The edges of the boundaries of the Khasra in question shall be dimensioned in meters. then he should be able to see all the parts and vice versa. details of district.1.). Madhya Pradesh 5.1.12.14. Additional details while taking map copy should include scale of the map. there should be statewide unique number automatically generated called “CLR” Number.1 Formation of New Administrative Boundaries The application should have facility to take care the changes resulting from formation of new administrative boundaries (like formation/change of Districts / Tehsils / RI Circle /Patwari Halka etc. north arrow sign. The applicant shall choose the paper size (A4 or A3) if the parcel can be printed in both A4 and A3 on any of the scales mentioned.12. It also should have back track facility.1. selected attribute details of Khasra (if taking copy of Khasra with Map). 5.13. Patwari Halka.13 5. well organized and approved by CLR.1.14 5.4.4. Date of generation.4.5 The paper size should be selected automatically to A4 or A3 as per the size of the parcel.1 Payment Gateway The vendors are required to make facility for Payment Gateway so that payments using online net-banking/debit card/cash card are incorporated in the solution 5. Gwalior. 1:2000 and 1:4000.3 RFP for WebGIS Solution For every copy of the Land Records generated.CLR. RI Circle.4.4.4.12. selected attribute details of B1 (if taking copy of B1). If the Khasra Number gets subdivided. he should be able to see the already printed land records copy as well as the current status of the same Khasra No.1.2. The scales to be used shall be 1:500. 5. 5.4.4. Khasra in question shall be labeled in centre with Khasra number and area. Map should cover the Khasra in question fully and all adjacent Khasras partially.1.4 The layout of the Land Records Copy shall be pleasing. Village and Khasra No. It should have details like “CLR” Number.1. An encrypted pdf file with “CLR” Number as filename should be automatically generated and saved to the server.

The smart card should include the details currently being provided in “Bhu Adhikar Evam Rin Pustika” 5.4.5.5 See rent paid status.2.4 Issue the smart card to the applicant.4.4. 5.4 Payment details shall be passed to the Accounts departments.3.3 Pay rent online using internet and online banking/debit cards/cash cards (No credit card payment should be allowed) 5. 5.4.2.4.2. 5.4. Madhya Pradesh 5.4.1 All edits are to be done by the human resources supplied by the bidder but the edits should be authenticated by biometry and digital signature of the authorized department officials.4.3.1 Select the Khasra using the drill down combo boxes from higher levels or after directly selecting the village. The application shall be accompanied by identification proof and proof of ownership.3.4.4.4.2. 5.4. Page 47 of 191 .5 Additional Functional Requirements for Editing User 5. 5.4.4.4.3 Additional Functional Requirements for payments receiving counters 5.4. 5.2 The application shall be scrutinized with the records in the system for conformance.4 Issue of owner-wise smart card to owners 5. 5.4.2.4.CLR.4.4 Receive the digitally signed payment receipt in real-time.3 Receive payment in favour of CLR for issue of smart card. 5.4.4.2 See demand note for land revenue or payment paid status. 5. while posting the edits to the central server. 5.3 Receive payment from public by cash/demand draft/debit card/cash card and update the payment details in the database.3. Gwalior.2 See demand note under all heads RFP for WebGIS Solution 5.1 Receive application for issue of smart card for properties owned by a citizen.6 Payment details shall be passed to the accounts department.

the undo options shall not be available to the users of any level including super user.CLR. Gwalior. Easy to use editing tools should be available for example: split/divide the parcels based on selected criteria like equal area or using lines drawn (with snapping to intersections or edges) based on distances from selected point or edge.5. undo options and versioning.5. 5.5. 5. Once the edits are authenticated and saved to the server. 5. 5.4.4.4.5.4.5. Option to create temporary lines as reference lines while editing.5.4.4.5.5.2 Sale/Purchase/Government Patta. Similar options for joining parcels also should be available.5. 5.5 Land acquisition by the Government 5.6 Complete process management of mutation The process flow diagram is given below for mutation process Page 48 of 191 .2 Maps. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 5.3 Legal possession due to Will or Succession.4. 5.4 Options to update and manage Mutation details like: 5. 5.2 Tools for editing attribute data with user permission authentication with audit trails.4 Donation.5 Options to update the following records whenever there is a requirement: 5.4.3 B1 Register (Holder wise Revenue collection register).5. based on absolute coordinates etc.5.4.5.5.4.1 Khasra (Field Book).4.4.1 Division/Partition.5. undo options and versioning.4.4.4. drawing lines perpendicular to an edge etc. 5. 5.5.3 Tools for editing map data with user permissions authentication with audit trails.4.4.5. make parallel lines at a specified distance to an edge.4.

Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 5.7.5. 5. Gwalior.4.4.4.7.5. Demand note should also consider the arrears and penalties if any.4.3 Update the registers in CLRs format automatically Page 49 of 191 .5.7 Module to Manage Demand and Collection for Agricultural Land Revenue 5.7.2 Option to generate and print collection/payment receipt from owners and update the records automatically for collection and pass the information to accounts 5.CLR.5.1 Option to compute the land revenue as well as generate and print the demand note.

5.4 In order to get a better picture about the process.2 Option to generate and print collection/payment receipt for premium as well as annual rent from owners and update the records automatically for collection and pass the information to accounts 5. generate and print the demand note.4. if any.5.7.4. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 5.5. Gwalior.5.5.8.4.4.4. Page 50 of 191 .CLR.4.3 Update the registers in CLRs format automatically 5.8.5. the bidders are requested to refer to the following process flow diagram 5. Demand note shall also consider the arrears and penalties.4 Module to receive applications and processing of diversion of land. The process flow diagram of the same is given below.8.8 Module to Manage Demand and Collection for Diversion of Land 5. 5.1 Option to compute the Premium and Annual Rent for diversion.8.

9 Module to manage appeal to higher courts and its processing.9. Gwalior.CLR.4.4.5. 5. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 5.5.1 The process flow diagram of the appealing hierarchy of different courts is given below: Page 51 of 191 .

4.10.5. if any. Gwalior.1 Module to Manage Demand and Collection for Nazul Land Option to compute the Premium and Annual Rent for Nazul Land.5.2 Option to generate and print collection/payment receipt for premium as well as annual rent from owners and update the records automatically for collection and pass the information to accounts 5.10. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 5.4.CLR. Demand note shall also consider the arrears and penalties.10.4.3 Options to complete management of process of Lease of Government Land. 5.10 5. generate and print the demand note.5.4.5. The process diagram is given below: Page 52 of 191 .

4.1 Module to Manage Demand and Collection for Mining Land Option to compute the Premium and Annual Rent for Mining Land.4. if any.12The successful vendor has to study the process involved in updating these records in details during the system study and requirements analysis phase and is to be detailed in SRS prepared by him during the execution of the project.5 Option to manage the renewal of Lease of Government Land Option to manage sending the notices and the destruction of illegal construction/possession and/or encroachment 5.5.11. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 5.11.CLR.3 Update the registers in CLRs format automatically 5.4.5.11.11 5.4 5.5.5.10. generate and print the demand note.4.4.4.10. Demand note shall also consider the arrears and penalties.4.5.5. Gwalior. Page 53 of 191 .2 Option to generate and print collection/payment receipt for premium as well as annual rent from owners and update the records automatically for collection and pass the information to accounts 5. 5.5.

5. Overshoot/Dangles Check for Unclosed Polygons Check for Continuity and Contiguity Check for Nodes at intersection Check for Correct Spatial Reference Check for Snapping within Layer Check for Snapping between Layers Check for gaps in dates 5.4.1 Generate data editing statistics.4.4. B1 Register. Diversion Registers and Nazul Registers etc. 5.4. hardware and software required for biometric authentication. formats for Field Book.5. 5.15Options to overlay registered images including satellite images/aerial photos 5. can be made available from CLR to vendors upon written request till last date of submission of bids as mentioned in the data sheet. Who has done what. 5.6. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 5. 5.16Biometry (finger print) authentication while saving edits to the spatial or attribute database to the server.2 Data loading options as and when new data is available with CLR Page 54 of 191 .17Automatic quality checks and data validation options: o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Check for Sliver Polygon Check for Overlapping features Check for “No man’s land”/ “Holes” Check for Uniqueness of Khasra Number within a village Check for Positional Accuracy of digitization Check for Adequacy of nodes / Absence of clustered nodes Check for Layering Check for Feature Type Check for Missing / Incomplete Attributes Check for absence of garbage data Check for Undershoot. where and when? Generate editing statistics between specified date ranges.5.CLR.4.13If required.4.5.6 Additional Functional Requirements for Administrative Users 5.4.14The solution should have full function versioning to load to a previous version and option to roll back to a previous version if required.6.4.5. Scope includes supply and maintenance of all equipments. Gwalior.

6.1 Users from the following external departments shall be provided with special accessibility with the corresponding functionalities as listed below: Sr.4.6.No.4. System Name Financial Institutions Integration Requirement • Financial Institutions should have special login registered with CLR.3 Automatic linking of attribute data to map data. 5. the non-spatial records should automatically link to the corresponding map data.6. There shall be separate pure non-spatial tables in the database. 5. As and when the map data is available.4 Data security management against unauthorized access. Departments Page 55 of 191 . Gwalior.4.7.4. This is a requirement at the database level. • They should also be able to see the current state of the Khasra by selecting the Khasra using drill down options or directly taken from the “CLR” Number of an already issued Land Record Copy.CLR. 5. 2. The authorization levels should be controllable with machine hardware Id and IP. They should be able to view the Land Record Copy issued by specifying the “CLR” Number.7 Additional Requirements for special external users 5.4. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 5.5 User Management including setting up of access levels for data as well as functionalities 5. Town Planning • Town Planning Departments should have special login registered with CLR.4. • They should be in a position to feed finance details/comments in finance remarks data column associated with the Khasra. 1. which shall be linked to map data through single or multiple linking fields (Primary key and foreign key). This facility is provided to overcome the fact that all non-spatial table records may not have corresponding surveyed map data.6 Any changes to the data including uploading of new data or changes to the existing data or administrative settings including security and user management shall be done using authentication of authorized department user using biometric authentication and digital signature.6.

Courts • Mutation trigger shall be automatically generated and intimation has to be sent to concerned Tehsildar.4. CLR or the agency authorized by CLR Page 56 of 191 .CLR. 3. All custom made components including software modules shall be accompanied by detailed system documentation and user manuals. Madhya Pradesh Sr. All hardware components and readymade software shall be supplied with its original documentation from the original manufacturer. System Name Integration Requirement • • RFP for WebGIS Solution Notes and comments as well as map from CLR shall be available to town planning departments. Development Stages and Implementation of the Enterprise Web Based Application The project shall undergo the following project flow for the development of the Enterprise Web Based Application. Gwalior. At each stage.9 Project Flow. They should be able to view the Land Records by specifying Khasra No selected using drill down options.No. Courts should have special login registered with CLR.) be in in a position to feed data Court column details/comments Sureties (like Courts guarantee remarks declarations. Maps should be automatically available. • They should etc. Separate options shall be available to Town Planning Departments for inserting Notes and Comments (like land-use change) upon log-in. • They should be in a position to feed Registration details/comments in registration remarks data column associated with the Khasra. User Documents and Source Code The vendor is expected to provide detailed system documents. • 4. Registration Department • Registration Departments should have special login registered with CLR. 5. They should be able to view the Land Records by specifying Khasra No selected using drill down options. 5. user documents and properly commented source code for components designed and developed for CLR by the bidder as part of this RFP along with the delivery of solution components. associated with the Khasra.8 System Documents.4.

2.4. Project plan should include PERT chart including resource allocation.1 Vendor should submit the detailed project plan including Start and end of each stage/milestone with elaborated sub tasks.4.9.2.5 In line with the tender as well as the findings of the requirements analysis.9.2 Each milestone shall be as per the work completion requirements mentioned under section “Work Completion and Payment Terms”. 5.9.1 Award of Contract At this stage.9. 5.4. 5.9.4.9.2.3 Requirement Analysis. 5. The vendor is expected to provide reports and/or clarifications on a regular basis as requested.4 The database schema needs to be discussed with the department in detail to ensure smooth incorporation of existing digitized data as well as new data being developed through survey.9.3 The detailed project plan shall undergo an approval process by a technical committee duly constituted. the vendor selected by CLR shall be issued a letter of award of contract in the form of a work order.4 The vendor shall proceed to the next stage only after approval of the detailed project plan. 5.3.9.6 The SRS shall undergo multiple discussions with the technical committee duly constituted and modifications shall be made to incorporate the outcome/recommendations of the discussions to finalize the SRS.9.4.4. 5.4. vendor is expected to prepare the Software Requirements Specification and submit for approval of CLR.9. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution shall monitor the development. Page 57 of 191 . 5. The vendor should start the work immediately after the work order is issued by CLR.CLR.4.1 Vendor should perform a detailed requirement analysis with department stakeholders and/or with consultants authorized by CLR.9. 5.2. 5. Gwalior.4.2 Submission of Detailed Project Plan 5.4. Preparation and Submission of Software Requirement Specification.4. 5.

The vendor should conduct a conference room pilot demonstration of the developed solution before a technical committee duly constituted.4.11. 5.1 Preparation and Submission of Software Design Document.10.5 The vendor shall proceed to the next stage only after clearance of the solution in Conference Room Pilot User Acceptance Test.9.9. 5.1 The SDD should conform to the IEEE 1016 standards.4 5. Vendor should prepare the detailed Software Design Document and submit it for approval of CLR.9.4. The codes should undergo stringent unit testing.3 The test reports shall be submitted to CLR for verification. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 5.4. 5. 5. module testing and integrated system testing process. 5. 5.8 The SRS should conform to the IEEE 830 standards.9.10. 5. coding should take place.9.9.9.4.4.9.9.10.4.4. The vendor shall proceed to the next stage only after approval of the SDD.4.4. the solution shall be recommended for implementation at pilot locations.4 The timelines for testing.9.2 The timelines for submission of SDD shall be as per the approved Detailed Project Plan. 5.4.4.9. 5.4.9.9 The vendor shall proceed to the next stage only after approval of the SRS.9.4.9.CLR.11.9.2 5.5 5.11 5.10 5.10.10.4.9.3 The SDD shall undergo an approval process by a technical committee duly constituted. 5.4.7 The timelines for submission and finalization of SRS after discussions with the department shall be as per the approved Detailed Project Plan.12 Full function Test Run at Pilot Locations Page 58 of 191 . submission of test reports and conference room pilot run shall be as per the approved detailed project plan.11.4.11. Development and Conference Room Pilot Demonstration In line with the Design document. After clearance in the user acceptance testing of the conference room pilot run. Gwalior.11.

of India approved Security Auditor Chosen by CLR 5.4.9. Gwalior.9.4.1 RFP for WebGIS Solution Pilot rollout is a fully functional test run of the application but restricted to pilot locations (Gwalior.CLR.1 Commissioning of the solution at Pilot Locations After successful clearance in the security audit by the Security Auditor chosen by CLR. the solution shall be recommended for commissioning.13 Security Audit by Govt.4.2 In line with the timelines approved in the Detailed Project Plan.14 5. 5.9.14. 5.9.12. Jabalpur.9.1 The solution shall be audited for security by a Government of India approved Security Auditor chosen by CLR at bidder’s cost.4.4. Madhya Pradesh 5.4.15. 5. 5.12. the vendor is expected to submit the Pilot Test Run Plan in discussion with the CLR. Indore and Ujjain).6 The vendor shall proceed to the next stage only after clearance of the solution in the UAT.5 Full function test run at pilot locations shall include full data porting of data relevant to the pilot locations. training feedback are to be taken from the attendees in the format supplied by CLR.3 Pilot test run shall be approved by the department after finding satisfactory performance in a full function User Acceptance Testing by a technical committee duly constituted. 5.4.4. 5. The UAT shall be repeated till the required functionalities at expected qualities and performance are met. Page 59 of 191 .4. 5.12.1 Training to Stakeholders After successful pilot implementation.12. 5.9.9.2 The vendor shall proceed to the next stage only after clearance in the above mentioned security audit.4.4.9.9.9.13.15 5.12.13.9. 5.9.4 Any discrepancies or non-conformance noted during the Pilot Rollout shall be recorded and are to be rectified by the vendor without affecting the overall time schedule of the project. the vendor should conduct training to the stakeholders of the system as per the training requirements described under section “Training” At the end of each session.9.4.12.4.

4.4. 5.4.16 5.9.9.4.9.CLR.2 RFP for WebGIS Solution During the training.9.16.9.4.4. a project completion certificate shall be issued to the bidder by CLR. 5. 5. 5.4 The vendor shall not proceed for full implementation till getting the order for doing so from CLR.4.18 Project Completion 5. This exercise should not affect the overall performance of the project. 5. the vendor shall immediately implement the application in all locations in Madhya Pradesh.19After completing the Operations and Maintenance Period.9.16. Gwalior. the feedback forms shall be reviewed by CLR periodically.17 5.4.4.17.4. the bid security shall be discharged to the bidder. the solution should be transferred to the department as per clause “Transfer of the solution”. 5. Sessions will have to be repeated if the sessions are found not to be satisfactory.15. The Operations and Maintenance Period shall continue for a period of 5 years counted after obtaining Project Implementation Certificate from CLR for entire Madhya Pradesh for all user locations (341 in number).15.9.2 At each location.4.9.3 After successful completion of trainings. Disaster Recovery Site and IT Centres Page 60 of 191 . CLR shall issue order for full live implementation. the implementation team should demonstrate the working of the application to the stakeholders and get implementation certificate recommendation note from each location by the authorized person nominated by CLR.1 Operation and Maintenance Period After commissioning of the solution at Pilot Locations.1 Full Rollout – Live Implementation at all locations After getting the order for full rollout. Along with that.9.10 Additional Parallel Stages of Project Flow related to Establishment of State Data Centre. 5.9. Madhya Pradesh 5.15. Operation and Maintenance Period starts as per the section “Operation and Maintenance” shall start. After successful transfer of the solution.

1 of Testing for Disaster Recovery Site Function The Disaster Recovery Site shall be tested for its intended functionality by the Disaster Recovery Site using such representative cases. Configuration and Testing Plan of the hardware/materials required for the development of infrastructure as part of the project.CLR.4.10.10. configuration and testing plan.4. the bidder shall proceed with installation.10.4 The vendor shall proceed to the next stage only after approval of the detailed project plan 5.2 Delivery of Materials.2 5. Configuration and Testing by the Bidder 5.1 Vendor should submit the detailed delivery plan as well as Installation. 5.1.1. 5. The bidder is expected to provide reports and/or clarifications on a regular basis as requested.1.3. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution The project shall undergo the following additional and parallel project flow for the establishment of State Data Centre.1.10.10. After the acceptance of deliveries. Reports shall be submitted on installation.2. Gwalior.4.4.4. A technical committee duly constituted shall monitor the progress. 5.4 5. configuration and testing as per the approved installation.4.10. The performance and conformity of the solution as per the contract shall be assessed a technical committee duly constituted. configuration and testing. Installation.4.10.1 5.3 5.10. Disaster Recovery Site and IT Centres at user locations.2 The bidder shall deliver the materials to each site as per the delivery plan.10.4.1 Submission of Detailed Delivery Plan. 5.2.4.10. Configuration and Testing Plan 5.10. Submission of Installation.1 Pilot Run The infrastructure developed shall be part of the assessment of success of pilot run at pilot districts and User Acceptance Testing.4. 5.3 The delivery plan should be in line with the overall target timelines The delivery plan shall undergo an approval process by a technical committee duly constituted.4.10. The representative simulated cases.4. The bidders should demonstrate performance Page 61 of 191 .4.

5. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution performance shall be assessed for conformity of the solution as well as timelines as per the contract by a technical committee duly constituted. 5. 5. desktops. Gwalior. boarding of the trainer etc is to be included in the GIS application development cost.10.3 The training shall be conducted with hand-on exposure to various functionalities and operations of the system.4. 5.10.5.5 Training 5.5 5.5.1 Full Rollout The infrastructure developed shall be part of the assessment of success of full rollout at all locations of Madhya Pradesh and User Acceptance Testing. user management and security management.1 The vendors shall provide functional training as well as administrative training to all the stakeholders of the system in manageable batches. LCD projector during the training period. CLR shall provide only basic infrastructure like space and basic furniture. travelling to the training site and back. 5.5. 5.5. The performance and conformity of the solution as per the contract shall be assessed by a technical committee duly constituted.5.2 Separate batches shall be organized by the vendor according to different user levels.5 For the purpose of training.CLR. 5. Page 62 of 191 . Report on the same shall be made and CLR shall approve the disaster recovery site based on the report.4 Administrative training shall include administration and fine tuning of server components. All other cost incurred in providing the training including training material.4.

Item Geographic coverage of the data State of the data Scale of Paper maps.6 The training locations and minimum number of departmental staff to be trained shall be as follows.CLR. Validation and Porting of existing data and integrating spatial and non-spatial data CLR has the village levels cadastral maps in digitized format in local coordinates in ESRI Shape as well as AutoCAD dwg format for the complete jurisdiction of Madhya Pradesh. from which the Quantity/Description Entire Madhya Pradesh Digitized in AutoCAD as well as ESRI Shape format 1:3600. 2. Separate attribute data is already computerized and available in MS-SQL format.No. Training Location No of Locations under for this 50 1 Minimum No of training category 1. Details of the existing data Sr. Vendors should note that the number of people to be trained may vary as per the decisions of CLR and vendors are bound to train additional staff if requested without additional cost: Sr. 1:3960 and 1:4000 100 Approx.No. 3. This includes existing spatial and non-spatial data supplied by CLR as well as spatial and non-spatial data developed and supplied by CLR from time to time. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 5. Page 63 of 191 .6 Quality checks.5. 2. 1. Gwalior. digitization was performed No of Feature Layers The scope of work of the successful bidder includes performing quality checks and validation of spatial as well as non-spatial data in terms of correctness and completeness as well as bringing the data into the usable condition in the Enterprise Web based solution provided by the bidder. All district head offices CLR Head office departmental staff to be trained 2000 20 5. 4.

Indore and Ujjain) and shall extend for a period of 5 years counted after getting successful implementation certificate for all user locations in Madhya Pradesh. The vendor is expected to do the data porting for both spatial as well as non-spatial data and do the linking of both so that it is integrated and can be used for all functionalities available in the Enterprise Web based GIS Solution.CLR. Page 64 of 191 .7 Operation and Maintenance Period Operation and Maintenance period starts after commissioning of the solution at Pilot Locations (Gwalior. 5. Apart from running the system on behalf of the department. During this period. the vendor shall run the application on behalf of the department. Madhya Pradesh Quality checks to be performed are: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Check for Sliver Polygon Check for Overlapping features Check for “No man’s land”/ “Holes” RFP for WebGIS Solution Check for Uniqueness of Khasra Number within a village Check for Positional Accuracy of digitization Check for Adequacy of nodes / Absence of clustered nodes Check for Layering Check for Feature Type Check for Missing / Incomplete Attributes Check for absence of garbage data Check for Undershoot. Gwalior. Major issues in the spatial data will have to be intimated to CLR in the form of a quality check report additionally.7. the scope during this period also includes but not limited to: 5. Overshoot/Dangles Check for Unclosed Polygons Check for Continuity and Contiguity Check for Nodes at intersection Check for Correct Spatial Reference Check for Snapping within Layer Check for Snapping between Layers Check for gaps in dates The bidder is expected to correct the issues in the input data.1 Supply of required manpower for operating the solution with full functionalities at all locations including State Data Centre. disaster recovery site and all user locations. Jabalpur.

Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 5.CLR. Adding/deleting/amending layers or field structures or any other modification to GIS database schema.2 In all operations. Gwalior. 5. The department shall assess the effort required using industry standard methods like functional point analysis.3 Edits to the land records as per daily transactions need to be performed by the supplied man power but all edits to the land records at any time should be authenticated using biometry and digital signature of the department users before posting the edits to the central database.4.1 This modifications/enhancements include effort required over and above of bug fixing and maintenance efforts explained in section 5. whenever there is a new data set available.7 Any minor modifications/ enhancements required and/or requested by CLR 5. the supplied man power should involve the department users and train the department users to use all the operations so that the department users are also trained for the operations.7. 5.7. Page 65 of 191 .2 This effort for modifications / enhancements shall not exceed 1 man month per year for each year of operations and maintenance period.7. 5.4 Bug fixing.7.7.7.8. 5.6 GIS data maintenance including periodic data validation checks on the GIS data for topology and other data quality requirements.7. 5. Layering management. data upload / data porting.7.5 Updates to the existing GIS Web services and add new services as and when required. 5.7.7. error corrections or any other changes required in the solution provided by the bidder to fulfill the scope of work or to maintain the required service levels mentioned under section “Service Level Agreements”.

weekly. Page 66 of 191 .8 Interact with officials of the department and provide periodic reports to higher management. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 5.7.CLR.9 Automatically generate daily. 5. monthly and yearly reports of all operations of all locations pertaining to the operations and maintenance of the solution in encrypted pdf format and saving them to the server and external media. Gwalior.7.

Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution SECTION 6: TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS Page 67 of 191 .CLR. Gwalior.

6.CLR.1.3. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution The minimum technical requirements of the solution are described under the following heads.1 The vendors can propose any Industry Standard GIS platform.1.1 User Platform 6. 6.1.3 The database platform should have proven compatibility with the GIS platform supplied by the bidder in terms of best performance.2.2 GIS Platform 6.1. 6. should be able to use the application.1. 6.3 The expected client machines are Pentium IV with 512 MB RAM or higher configurations. 6.1. 6.3. Gwalior. The WebGIS platform proposed should have Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) Compliance Certification.1.1.1 Platform 6.3 Database Platform 6.2 The GIS Platform should conform to all the features mentioned in the Compliance Matrix given under section “Annexure III: Compliance Matrix for Enterprise Application” in terms of working along with the solution proposed.1. Any industry standard browser like Internet Explorer.1 The developed system shall be browser based.1.2.1.1. However. Mozilla.1. 6.1 Oracle 10g Spatial or higher should be used as the database platform. Opera etc. The browser based application should be able to run on machines with these configuration (or higher) without failing its minimum performance requirements. 6. Chrome.2 The developed system shall be able to open and use all the functionalities in MSWindows XP or Vista or Unix/Linux or latest OS based desktops.3.1.2 The OS for Database Server should be Linux or Unix based native OS of the Server Manufacturer. Page 68 of 191 .

6.1.3 The developers in the development language proposed shall be easily available in the open market e. Item Biometric Device Authentication Minimum Specification • • • • • • • • • Finger print imaging area: 12mm * 16 mm Resolution: >=480 dpi Interface: USB 2.4 Application Development Platform 6.1.4.4.2 Technical Requirements for Integrated Biometry Authentication Sr.4. Java/.1.4.2 The application development language shall be object oriented.g.1. 6. of India Page 69 of 191 .0 Power: Self Powered via USB Verification time less than a second Capable of handling finger print angular variability 400 Bytes encrypted data size ISO 7816 compliant Compliant with standards set by Govt.1. 6. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 6.CLR. 6.1.1 The vendors can propose any Industry Standard Platform/tool/language for application development.No 1. Gwalior. 6.4.4 The application development tool/language should have proven compatibility with the GIS platform and Database Platform in terms of best performance.5 The application development tool/language should conform to the Compliance Matrix given under section “Annexure III: Compliance Matrix” in terms of working along with the solution proposed.3.1. 6.Net etc.4 The Database Platform should conform to the Compliance Matrix given under section “Annexure III: Compliance Matrix” in terms of working along with the solution proposed.

3.1.1. these users should be in a position to generate statistics of the whole activity user his jurisdiction. Apart from that.1 These users use the GIS application to view the spatial and/or attribute data.1.3.1 These users use the application only to view the spatial and/or attribute data. 6.3. Apart from that. The complete list of functionality requirements are given under section “Functional Requirements”.1.3.1.3. these users are authorized to edit the attribute data and the spatial map data.2.1.1.3.4 Administrative Users: 6. The complete list of functionality requirements are given under section “Functional Requirements”.CLR.3.1 User Types 6.3 Map Editing Users: 6.1. There should be map navigation options and query options.3.1 These users use the GIS application to view the spatial and/or attribute data.1.3. Apart from that. 6. They are not authorized to edit the GIS data but should be able to manage the users in terms of adding/removing users to the system or changing the permissions and/or security options. The complete list of functionality requirements are given under section “Functional Requirements”.3.1 Departmental Users 6. There should be map navigation options and query options.1. The complete list of functionality requirements are given under section “Functional Requirements”.3.2 Attribute Editing Users: 6.1.1. 6.1.1.1 These users use the GIS application to view the spatial and/or attribute data.1. Gwalior. There should be map navigation options and query options.1. There should be map navigation options and query options. Page 70 of 191 .1 View only users: 6.1.3 User Capacity Requirements 6.1.4. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 6. these users are authorized to edit the attribute data but not the spatial map data.

3. IT Cells at Tehsil Level 2.3.1.1.2.No.1 Super user is the department staff at CLR Head Office having authority to authorize new data uploading as well as changes in the security settings at CLR Head Office using biometry and digital signature. Sr.CLR. The layer list and functionalities shall be restricted to the general information required by a common citizen.3.1. Page 71 of 191 . Admin office CLR office 6.4.1. User Location No of User Locations Users receiving rent payments / issuing Land Records Copies Per location 1. The complete list of functionality requirements are given under section “Functional Requirements”. 6.1.5.1 The target architecture of the system is Service Oriented Architecture (SOA).2 Number of concurrent view only users (including department users and public users) considered for design shall be 2000. 6. Gwalior. Additionally.2. at Head 1 0 0 341 2 40 (2 concurrent) 1 admin user per district (total 50 admin users) 1 Super User Editing (Attribute Map or Per Location Users or Both) Admin Location Users Per 6.3.2 Number of concurrent users 6. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 6.4 Target Architecture 6. there shall be options to view demands for land revenue and pay land revenue online.5 Super User: 6.3.1 The following table elaborates the number of locations and number of concurrent users.3.2 Public Users Public users are any Indian citizens who wish to view the GIS mapping through normal internet connections.

6 System Security Design Requirements 6.6.6. 6. Page 72 of 191 .4.3 The proposed system should be in a position to handle the concurrent users in each category as mentioned in the section “User Capacity Requirements”. 6.1 The State Data Centre and Disaster Recovery Site should have stringent multi-level system security design to prevent infected clients. 6. Gwalior. 6.6.5 Conceptual Design The conceptual design of the State Data Centre and its relationship with other user locations are given below 6. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 6.2 The system should have enterprise firewall to restrict access/communication within the system components as well as access/communication from outside.2 The services created in the system shall be easily consumable by other systems in order to integrate the GIS functionality with them.4.CLR.3 The entire system should be protected by Enterprise editions of industry standard Anti-Virus as well as Anti-Spyware systems.

6.6.6 In order to provide the vendors a clear-cut idea about the networking and security design requirements. The data (database) should be under secured zone.6. Gwalior. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 6. 6.4 Clear-cut security zoning should be included in the system design. It is to be noted that the above mentioned design is indicative and vendors are required to use their own design to fulfill the full spectrum of functionalities specified in the “Scope of work” at the required performance levels as detailed under the section “Service Level Agreements”. Page 73 of 191 . the web services should be under Web DMZ.CLR. an illustrated diagram of the proposed State Data Centre architecture and security design is given below.5 The system should consists of Intrusion Detection System (IDS) and Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) 6.

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6.7 Language Interface
All options and functionalities available in the Enterprise Web based application should be available in English as well as in Hindi (using 16bit Unicode). However, Standard English terminology may be used in the Hindi version, if required. There should be option to select the preferred language in the application interface.

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6.8.1 The State Data Centre and Disaster Recovery Site shall be connected through leased line (1:1 ratio) of required bandwidth (minimum 4 Mbps) configured for VPN and synchronous data mirroring between State Data Centre and Disaster Recovery Site to provide required functionality and service levels.. 6.8.2 State Data Centre should have SAN based Data Mirroring with the Disaster Recovery Site. 6.8.3 In the event of a disaster, the solution should switch over to disaster recovery site and the solution should be up and running in less than 30minutes. 6.8.4 The user capacity of the Disaster Recovery Site should be 30% of the State Data Centre or better with the service levels same as that of the solution as mentioned under section “Service Level Agreements” 6.8.5 The the infrastructure minimum provided for State Data in Centre, Disaster IV:

Recovery Site, All IT Centers at user Locations should comply with specifications mentioned “Annexure Compliance Matrix for Infrastructure”.

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6.9 Minimum qualifications for the proposed team
The minimum qualifications and experience of the core team members are given in Annexure V: Compliance Matrix for Proposed Team. The proposals should comply with that.

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6.10.1 It is the responsibility of the successful bidder is to provide

sufficient technical staff at all locations covered under the system including State Data Centre and disaster recovery site to achieve or exceed the expected performance levels as per the SLA described under section “Service Level Agreements”. 6.10.2 It is to be noted by the successful bidder that the “super user”

at the State Data Centre shall be a department employee deputed by the department.

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SECTION 7: SERVICE LEVEL AGREEMENTS

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Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 7.2 The service level agreement shall be applicable during the complete course of Operation and Maintenance Period. 1.000/reflecting in database results of critical data.1 The vendor will have to comply with the following resolution time for the severity-wise categorized issues for application components he has supplied: 1 Sr. Critical • Abnormal termination of any user interfaces.000/- column 4.1. if not Page 77 of 191 . High • Incorrect but it is not with land 48 Hours Rs 2.1 General Information on SLA 7. Gwalior.2 SLA for Application Components 7.2. while working • Update screen shown data updated 2. 7.1 Service levels expected from vendors on various components and related penalties shall be as follows.1. For example computation revenue or demand note 24 Hours Rs 2. 7.CLR. No 2 Severity Classificati on issue 3 Representative example of 4 Maximum Resolution Time from intimation Penalty 5 per defect/instance per unit time or part thereof as in within time in mentioned resolved maximum resolution mentioned column 4.

the solution should switch over to the resources at disaster recovery site and the solution should be up and running in less than 30 minutes. Madhya Pradesh 1 Sr. Medium • Data is correct at the while 3 days Rs 1. No 2 Severity Classificati on issue 3 Representative example of 4 RFP for WebGIS Solution 5 Penalty per defect/instance per unit time or part thereof as in within time in mentioned resolved maximum resolution mentioned column 4.3 SLA for switch over to Disaster Recovery Site 7. Maximum Resolution Time from intimation column 4.CLR.000/database level but shown incorrectly user interface screen 4. All issues encountered during the operation and maintenance period shall be addressed by the bidder and similar penalties shall be applicable. if not for land revenue payment 3.3.2.2 The examples given above are representative issues. Per instance. layout improper spelling while reporting 7 days Rs 500/displaying it one of the mistakes in the interfaces modules but issues with formats on screen 7. any delay Page 78 of 191 . Low • Issues screen • Correct printing with layout. Gwalior. 7.1 In the event of a disaster.

6 Response Time Performance Criteria Response time of the application components is the time interval between the instant the user at user terminal requesting for any action by hitting enter or clicking the option to do so and the instant the requested result appears fully in his screen.per week or part thereof. 7.5. 7.1 For any delay in executing any of the components shall attract a penalty at the rate of Rs 25. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution beyond 30 minutes. the contract shall be recommended for termination.5 Penalty for delay in project execution 7. The uptime shall be computed as per the downtime log maintained by CLR. disaster recovery centre and all application components / services of the solution shall be available to all the users with a minimum uptime of 99%. a penalty computed using the following formula shall be applicable every quarter Penalty per quarter = (99 – x) * 50.per hour or part thereof till the application is up and running. If the uptime is less than 99%.4 SLA for Uptime of the solution 7. 7.000 Where x is the actual uptime percentage 7.4.000/.5. shall attract a penalty of Rs 50.000/.CLR. CLR’s decision on the same shall be final. any deadline is slipped by more than 10 weeks without preintimated sufficient reason. This is applicable to each milestone deadlines.1 The State Data Centre.5. 7. Gwalior.000/.2 Any delay in acquiring the ISO 27001 and ISO 27002 certification for State Data Centre also shall attract penalty at the rate of Rs 25. Non conformance to the response time performance criteria shall be considered as bug and the clause Page 79 of 191 .per week or part thereof.3 In case.

CLR. Obtaining from result simple result complex <3 sec <8 sec <8 sec < 15sec High <2 sec <5 sec <5 sec < 10sec High <5 sec <10sec NA NA Critical edits to respect to like combo using <3 sec <5 sec NA NA Critical selected <2 sec <5 sec <5 sec < 10sec Critical after menu loading options functional after page of as <3 sec <5 sec <5 sec < 10sec Critical <3 sec <5 sec <5 sec < 10sec Critical All <5 sec 90% <5 sec per login database lookup attribute queries Page 80 of 191 . Posting/Saving map edits to the server Obtaining from 8. 7. Loading of options with other options populating boxes 5. Gwalior. Posting/Saving attribute the server 6. Loading corresponding pages selecting options 4.2 Critical 256kbps Broadband 90% 1. Sr.No Activity/Request Department User Public User on Severity Classification as given in All < 10sec Section 9. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution under section “SLA for Application Components” shall be applicable as per the criticality mentioned in the table. Full screen initial/login and menu 3. Opening of initial <2 sec page after inserting the url in browser 2.

it shall be deducted from the bid security deposit or from the future payments. In no occasion. Page 81 of 191 . For default of this service condition.CLR. 11. Obtaining from queries spatial like 10. The bidder cannot supply / sell partly or fully any data pertaining to the project in any form. implementation as well as during operation and maintenance period of the mentioned project.000/. penalty of minimum Rs 10. Gwalior. Madhya Pradesh Sr. If the payment to the bidder is insufficient to impose the penalties. 7. without authentication and authorization.2 256kbps Broadband 90% attribute queries 9.7 Privacy & Confidentiality Strict privacy and confidentiality is expected from the vendor during development.No Activity/Request Department User Public RFP for WebGIS Solution User on Severity Classification as given in All NA Section 9. GIS operation Reports statistics Reports map scale Khasra selected involving output for with <10 sec <15 sec <15 sec < 25 sec involving <5 sec <10 sec NA NA result complex involving operation overlay <8 sec <15 sec NA All 90% High High High example map to the surroundings for the 7. access to any data or the solution designed and developed by bidder for CLR is to be provided to any internal or external parties. The exact amount of penalty to be charged shall be decided by CLR considering the severity of violation.would be charged.8 Recovery mode of Penalties from the bidder The penalties shall be deducted from the payments released to the bidder every month.

CLR.00.000 (Twenty Five Lakhs) per annum for each year of Operations and Maintenance Period. Page 82 of 191 .9 Upward cap for penalties The total penalties charged during the project as well as during and up to the completion of operations and maintenance period shall not exceed Rupees 25. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 7. Gwalior.

Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution ANNEXURE I: FORMAT FOR TECHNICAL BID Page 83 of 191 .CLR. Gwalior.

Attachment Documents Check List Document Name Bid form and Covering Letter EMD Instrument Power of Attorney Affidavit on a Rs100/. 10.Stamp Paper (Notarized) OEM Authorization Form Certificate of Incorporation Copies of Audited Balance Sheets Copies of Audited Profit and Loss Account Statement Copy of Consortium/Joint Venture Agreement (If Applicable) Work orders for all projects mentioned Completion/Implementation projects mentioned Certificate from HRD stating resources strength List of permanent technical staff Resumes of Key Resources of the Proposed Team Filled up Compliance Matrices Certificate for all Attached (Yes/No) <Insert Yes or No for all columns> Page 84 of 191 . Details given in red color with angle brackets and underline are instructions to the bidder and are to be replaced by relevant information/text or document attachment. Sr. Concise and crisp explanations are welcomed by the evaluation committee. 13.No. 9. 12. Bids not in the format mentioned shall be summarily rejected considering non responsive. 7. 8. 11. Gwalior. 4. 5. 14. Format for Technical Bid: 1. 2. The vendors should expand the sections to the required detail levels. 15. 6. It is expected that bidders will explain the solution neither too short nor too elaborative. 3. 1. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution All bids should adhere to the format given below.CLR.

Commissioning. Configuration. Bid form and Covering Letter Date: <Insert Date> Ref No: <Insert Letter Reference No> Tender Ref. 5. The bidder shall comply with ISO 27001 and ISO 27002 and get the certification within 6 months after implementation. commissioning. collection receipts and all other activities of the department related to maintenance and use of land records. cleaning and establishment and maintenance of all other infrastructure required for running the Enterprise Web based GIS application supplied by the bidder to meet the required service levels. Establishment. the <Managing Partner/Managing Director/Authorized Signatory>. electricity. reports. Design. 6. Establishment. updates. 3. Installation. all networking. for the <establishment/firm/registered company/Joint Venture/Consortium> named <Write Full Name of the Company / Write Consortium/Joint Venture with Company Name as Prime Bidder> having its registered office in <Complete Address of Registered Office/Write Complete Address of Prime Bidder in case of Consortium Joint Venture> do hereby offer to provide our services for the work “Development of an Enterprise Web Based GIS Solution for Managing Land Records”. generation and printing of demand notes. Design. electricity. Gwalior. all hardware. Commissioning. Establishment and maintenance of all connectivity required at all Tehsil user locations (341 in number). Only space shall be provided by the department. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 2. which include the following scope of work with details mentioned in this RFP: 1. Gwalior Madhya Pradesh – 474 007 Dear Sir. No:<Insert Tender Ref No> To The Commissioner Land Records & Settlement Moti Mahal. running and maintenance of Enterprise Web based GIS application with facility for editing the spatial and attribute data over web browser and having options to perform day to day mutation. cleaning. implementation. Running and Maintenance of IT Centers at 341 user locations (at each Tehsil level) including all hardware. all networking. Running and Maintenance of State Data Centre at Gwalior and Disaster Recovery Data Centre at a different Seismic Zone for Managing Land Records including all servers. all running expenses like manpower. The maintenance of desktops and space also shall be carried out by the vendor. 4. design. all software. Study. establishment and maintenance of all other infrastructure required for running the Enterprise Web based GIS application supplied by the bidder to meet the required service levels. development. This includes Page 85 of 191 . Maintenance of space also needs to be carried out by the bidder till the completion of Operations and Maintenance Period.CLR. testing. Implementations of a comprehensive security policy comply with the CERT-In Security Guidelines and conforming to ISO 27001 as well as ISO 27002. I <full name in capital letters>. all software. modification. 2. Installation. Only space and desktops shall be provided by the department. validation and porting of the spatial and non-spatial data to the developed system and integration of Spatial and Non-Spatial Data. all running expenses like manpower. Quality checks. Configuration.

Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution existing spatial and non-spatial data supplied by CLR as well as spatial and nonspatial data developed and supplied by CLR from time to time. who have filled in this Tender Document for the aforesaid work. weekly. which is found to be incorrect and against the instructions and directions given in this Tender Document. counted after successful implementation at all stipulated locations in MP. 8. and penalties for giving any information. The EMD in the form of Fixed Deposit/DD/Bank Guarantee issued by bank <Name of the Bank and Branch> valid till <date in DD/MM/YYYY format> for an amount of Rupees Twenty Lakhs is enclosed. that any information given by me/us in this Tender Document is false or incorrect. Train the department staff in all aspects of management. Jabalpur. 9. We shall be bound by the terms of these documents. nor are we (Prime Bidder as well as all partners in the case of Consortium/Joint Venture) in any way related or concerned with any establishment/firm or any other person. Incorporating the integrated biometric and digital signature validations comply with the Indian IT Act and CCA Guidelines. Gwalior. We undertake to complete the Project within the period stipulated after receiving an intimation of the acceptance of our Bid. I have thoroughly examined and understood the terms and conditions and details of the Tender Document. I further agree and undertake that in the event it is revealed subsequently after the allotment of work/Contract to me/us. during transactions and while posting the edits to the server with audit trails and versioning. 12. 10. we will not raise any objection or dispute in any manner relating to any action. Indore and Ujjain) and shall extend for a period of 5 years. I hereby state and declare that the names given herein with the details of the address have not filled in this Tender Document under any other name or under the name of any other establishment/firm or otherwise. Contract and Project to be undertaken and have carefully noted the conditions of Contract and the specification with all the stipulations. Jabalpur. I/We shall compensate the CLR for any such losses or inconvenience caused to the CLR in any manner and will not resist any claim for such compensation on any ground whatsoever. including forfeiture of Bid Security. operation and maintenance of the supplied solution during maintenance and operations period of 5 years.CLR. Supply of required manpower for all operation at all user locations (341 in number) during Operations and Maintenance period. Post Implementation minor software enhancements / customization during 5 years of Operation and Maintenance period as per the requirements and/or request of the department. which I agree to comply with. Operation and Maintenance period starts after commissioning of the solution at Pilot Locations (Gwalior. 13. counted after successful implementation at all stipulated locations in MP. 7. I/We agree and undertake that I/we shall not Page 86 of 191 . Issue of owner wise smart cards for properties owned 11. Automatically generate daily. I have filled in the accompanying Tender Document with full knowledge of liabilities and therefore. Operation and maintenance of all activities pertaining to the service requirements of the supplied solution. Operation and Maintenance period starts after commissioning of the solution at Pilot Locations (Gwalior. monthly and yearly reports of all operations pertaining to the operations and maintenance of the solution in encrypted and password protected pdf format and saving them to the server and external media. Indore and Ujjain) and shall extend for a period of 5 years.

I/We commit to CLR of 99 percent up time for the Solution offered by us. Gwalior. the same will be offered at no additional cost to CLR. We also assure that all additional requirements/costs other than those mentioned in the Tender Document that are required for commissioning of the system and provide 99 percent up time for the system are included in the Bids. preparation and execution of the contract. On receipt of the Contract from CLR we will commence phase wise delivery as per the timelines mentioned in the work completion and payment conditions of the RFP. expenses during evaluation process and contract including stamp duty. charges and expenses in connection with preparation of bid document. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution claim in such case any amount. Signature of the Bidder: <Signature> Date: <Date in DD/MM/YYYY format> Full Name: <Full Name> Designation: <Designation> Office Seal: <Office seal of company/prime bidder company> Address: <Complete Address of company / prime bidder company> Telephone Number(s): <Phone Number(s) with STD Code> Fax: <Fax Number with STD Code> e-mail address: <E-Mail Address for all e-mail communications> Page 87 of 191 . On acceptance of our bid and on signing the contract.CLR. I/We do hereby agree to pay all costs. by way of damages or compensation for cancellation of the contract given to me/us or any work assigned to me/us or is withdrawn by the CLR I/We agree not to withdraw the offer constituted by this Tender Document before the date of communication to me/us notice of non-acceptance. I/We agree that if contrary to the understanding contained in this clause I/we withdraw my/our Bid before the said date the Tender Document deposited by me/us as aforesaid shall be liable to forfeiture of the EMD. The Bid submitted by us shall be valid for a period of 180 days. from the time of opening of the Bid. In case they are not included and quoted in the Bid. I/We fail to execute the contract or to provide the Performance Guarantee when called upon to do so or fail to complete the Project in the time frame and/or comply with the terms and conditions set out in the Tender Document and/or Contract in full or in part or fail to execute the orders placed on me/us. I/We also agree to the forfeiture of the said Bid Security if in the event of your accepting my/our TENDER. we will submit a Bid Security amounting to Rupees Twenty Lakhs within 7 days of the date of signing the contract.

I/We <Full Name of signing person> do hereby certify that all the statements made in the Bid Document are true and correct to the best of my/our knowledge and belief. I/We hereby declare that we (Including all partner companies in case of consortium/joint venture) <Company Name in Full / Specify Consortium/Joint Venture led by company name in case of Consortium/Joint Venture> has an unblemished past record and has not been declared ineligible due to corrupt & fraudulent practices either indefinitely or for a particular period of time. Affidavit on Rs 100 Stamp Paper Date: <Insert Date of signing affidavit> Ref No: <Insert Bidder’s Reference No> Tender Ref. Power of Attorney <Attach Power of Attorney (Power of attorney should have authorization of all partner companies in the case of Consortium/Joint Venture)> 5. Gwalior Madhya Pradesh – 474 007 Dear Sir. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 3.CLR. No:<Insert Tender Ref No> Tender Name:<Insert Tender Name> To Office of the Commissioner Land Records & Settlement Moti Mahal. Gwalior. In response to the Tender mentioned above. as a owner/partner/Director of <Company Name in Full / Specify Consortium/Joint Venture led by company name in case of Consortium/Joint Venture>. I/We <Company Name in Full / Specify Consortium/Joint Venture led by company name in case of Consortium/Joint Venture> hereby understand and agree that any person or party who is minor or who has been adjudged insolvent or who has been convicted in a Court of Law for an offence under Indian Penal Code or offence involving moral turpitude or other criminal activities or detained under and preventive law for the time being in Page 88 of 191 . EMD instrument <Attach EMD instrument here Bank Guarantee format should be as per format given in Annexure VII> 4.

Original Equipment Manufacturer’s Authorization Form Date: <Insert Date of signing affidavit> Ref No: <Insert Bidder’s Reference No> Tender Ref. I/We <Company Name in Full / Specify Consortium/Joint Venture led by company name in case of Consortium/Joint Venture> hereby understand and agree that any further information required by CLR may be requested and we hereby agree to furnish any such information as required and requested by CLR. Tender Documents submitted by such person shall be treated as invalid. Signature of the Bidder: <Signature> Date: <Date in DD/MM/YYYY format> Full Name: <Full Name> Designation: <Designation> Office Seal: <Office seal of company/prime bidder company> Address: <Complete Address of company / prime bidder company> Telephone Number(s): <Phone Number(s) with STD Code> Fax: <Fax Number with STD Code> e-mail address: <E-Mail Address for all e-mail communications> 6. Gwalior. is not eligible to submit the Tender Document.CLR. Madhya Pradesh during the entire course of execution of the project mentioned in the RFP. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution force or who has been black listed by the Government of India. We <OEM Name> who are established manufacturers of <Product(s) Name supplied> having office at <Address of local office> do hereby authorize M/s <Name of bidding company / Name of the partner company in the case of Consortium / Joint Venture> to Page 89 of 191 . Gwalior Madhya Pradesh – 474 007 Dear Sir. No:<Insert Tender Ref No> Tender Name:<Insert Tender Name> To The Commissioner Land Records & Settlement Moti Mahal. I/We also assure CLR that we shall be having an operating office of our own in Gwalior.

Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution offer their quotation. Thanking you. Yours faithfully. Signature of the Bidder: <Signature> Date: <Date in DD/MM/YYYY format> Full Name: <Full Name> Designation: <Designation> Office Seal: <Office seal of company/prime bidder company> Address: <Complete Address of company / prime bidder company> Telephone Number(s): <Phone Number(s) with STD Code> Fax: <Fax Number with STD Code> e-mail address: <E-Mail Address for all e-mail communications> Page 90 of 191 . Gwalior. We hereby extend our full guarantee and warranty as per terms and conditions of the tender and the contract for the equipment and services offered against invitation for tender offer by the above firm.CLR. negotiate and conclude the contract with you against the above mentioned request for proposal.

1. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 7.3 The bidder in case of single company or the prime bidder in case of joint venture/consortium should have CMM/PCMM/CMMi Level 3 or above certification 2. Joint ventures/ consortiums with more than 3 companies are not allowed Certificate Incorporation (of all companies in case of Consortium/JV) Consortium/Joint Venture Agreement (If applicable) 2.1.CLR. Documents for Pre-Bid Qualification as per clause Qualification Condition Document attached to be Complied (Yes/No/Not Applicable) of <Insert Yes/No/Not Applicable columns> for all “Qualification of the Bidder” of RFP Clause 2. Gwalior.2 The bidder in case of single company or the prime bidder in case of joint venture/consortium should have a minimum cumulative turnover of Rs.1 The bidder should be a single company/firm or a joint venture/ consortium. 15 Crores in the last 3 financial years in providing IT solutions and it should have made profits in the last 2 financial years Duly Profit for & last audited Loss three (of balance sheet and Account Statements financial years prime bidder in case of Consortium/JV) Copy of Certification (of prime bidder in case of Consortium / JV) Declaration by the bidder in the format prescribed in RFP 2.1. Madhya Pradesh or should agree to open an office in Gwalior. Madhya Pradesh in the event of awarding the project to them and operate it till completion of this project Page 91 of 191 .1.4 The bidder in case of single company or the prime bidder in case of joint venture/consortium should have an office in Gwalior.

CLR.2 7. Gwalior.2 Consortium/Joint Venture Agreement <Attach Consortium/Joint Venture Agreement if applicable.1 Certificate of Incorporation 7.2 Copies of audited financial statements <Attach duly audited balance sheets and Profit and Loss Account statements for all the financial years mentioned above> Page 92 of 191 . Otherwise specify “Not Applicable”> 7. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 7.2.1 Financial Strength (of Prime bidder in case of Consortium/Joint Venture) Financial data sheet Total Turnover (Rs) Turnover IT (Rs) in Profit (Rs) Duly audited balance sheet attached? (Yes/No) 2008-2009 <Mention total turnover> 2007-2008 <Mention total turnover> 2006-2007 <Mention total turnover> <Mention turnover in IT services> <Mention turnover in IT services> <Mention turnover in IT services> <Mention total profit> <Mention Yes or No> <Mention total profit> <Mention Yes or No> <Mention total profit> <Mention Yes or No> Duly audited Profit and Loss Account attached? (Yes/No) <Mention Yes No> <Mention Yes No> <Mention Yes No> or or or services Financial Year 7.1.2.1 Certificate of Incorporation <Attach Certificate of Incorporation (of all companies in case of Consortium/Joint Venture)> 7.1.

Certifications for quality (of Prime bidder in case of Consortium/Joint Venture) List of valid certifications Name of the Authorized Issuing body 1.4.CLR. Client Name. <Insert Name of the certification> <Mention name of the body issued the certificate> <Expand the table if required> <Insert since> validity <Mention No> Yes or <Insert since> validity Since when Copy certificate attached (Yes/No) <Mention No> Yes or of certification 7.4. Address and Contact Details Total Value of the Project in Indian Rupees Total duration of the project with start date and end date Page 93 of 191 . Experience of all partner companies can be considered in case of Consortium/Joint Venture> 7.1 7.1. <Insert Start date of the project in DD/MM/YYYY>.No Project Name Experience in executing GIS projects Details of projects <Insert Serial No> <Specify Project Name> <Name and full address of the client with contact number and e-mail address> <Insert total value of the project in Indian Rupees> <Insert Duration of Project>.2 Copies of certificates <Attach copies of valid certificates> 7.No.4 Project Experience <Only relevant project experience should be shown.3 7.3. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 7. <Insert Name of the certification> <Mention name of the body issued the certificate> 2.3. Gwalior.1 Sr.1 Sr.

4. specify reason Copy of Project completion/implementation certificate attached? <Repeat the table for next project> otherwise specify Not Applicable> <Insert Yes/No> 7.2 Sr. <Insert End date of project in DD/MM/YYYY> Client Name.4. Address and Contact Details Total Value of the Project in Indian Rupees Total duration of the project with start date and end date Brief scope of work executed by the bidder <Item 1> Page 94 of 191 .CLR. Madhya Pradesh <Insert Brief scope of work executed by the bidder <Item 1> <Item 2> <Item n> Technical platforms Work order copy attested by bidder’s details in brief including <Item 1> <Item 2> <Item n> End RFP for WebGIS Solution date of project in DD/MM/YYYY> <Insert Yes/No> <Insert reason if there is a delay.3 Project completion/implementation certificate for all projects mentioned above <Attach copies of project completion/implementation certificates for all projects mentioned under this clause> 7.No Project Name Experience in executing Web Based Projects <Insert Serial No> <Specify Project Name> <Name and full address of the client with contact number and e-mail address> <Insert total value of the project in Indian Rupees> <Insert Duration of Project>. <Insert Start date of the project in DD/MM/YYYY>.1.1. authorized signatory attached? If there is a delay in executing the project. Gwalior.4.2 Work order copies of all projects mentioned above <Attach work order copies of all projects mentioned under this clause> 7.

2.4. authorized signatory attached? If there is a delay in executing the project. <Insert Start date of the project in DD/MM/YYYY>. Madhya Pradesh <Item 2> <Item n> Technical platforms Work order copy attested by bidder’s details in brief including <Item 1> <Item 2> <Item n> RFP for WebGIS Solution <Insert Yes/No> <Insert reason if there is a delay. Address and Contact Details Total Value of the Project in Indian Rupees Total duration of the project with start date and end date Brief scope of work executed by the bidder <Item 1> <Item 2> <Item n> Technical details in brief including <Item 1> Page 95 of 191 .CLR. specify reason Copy of Project completion/implementation certificate attached? <Repeat the table for next project> otherwise specify Not Applicable> <Insert Yes/No> 7. <Insert End date of project in DD/MM/YYYY> Client Name.3 Sr.4.No Project Name Experience in executing Cadastral Mapping Projects <Insert Serial No> <Specify Project Name> <Name and full address of the client with contact number and e-mail address> <Insert total value of the project in Indian Rupees> <Insert Duration of Project>.2 Project completion/implementation certificate for all projects mentioned above <Attach copies of project completion/implementation certificates for all projects mentioned under this clause> 7. Gwalior.1 Work order copies of all projects mentioned above <Attach work order copies of all projects mentioned under this clause> 7.4.2.

Gwalior Madhya Pradesh – 474 007 Dear Sir.CLR. No:<Insert Tender Ref No> Tender Name:<Insert Tender Name> To Office of the Commissioner Land Records & Settlement Moti Mahal. Madhya Pradesh platforms Work order copy attested by bidder’s <Item 2> <Item n> RFP for WebGIS Solution <Insert Yes/No> <Insert reason if there is a delay.4. authorized signatory attached? If there is a delay in executing the project. Separate lists may be provided by each partner company in the case of Consortium/Joint Venture.1 Certificate from HRD of the bidder company Date: <Insert Date of issuing certificate> Ref No: <Insert Bidder’s Reference No> Tender Ref.3.2 Project completion/implementation certificate for all projects mentioned above <Attach copies of project completion/implementation certificates for all projects mentioned under this clause> 7. Page 96 of 191 . specify reason Copy of Project completion/implementation certificate attached? <Repeat the table for next project> otherwise specify Not Applicable> <Insert Yes/No> 7.3.1 Work order copies of all projects mentioned above <Attach work order copies of all projects mentioned under this clause> 7.5.5 Certificate from HRD with list of permanent technical resources <Show only the list of relevant technical resources. if necessary> 7.4. Gwalior.

Gwalior. No. Signature of the Authorized Person in HRD: <Signature> Full Name: <Full Name> Designation: <Designation> Office Seal: <Office seal> Address: <Complete Address> Telephone Number(s): <Phone Number(s) with STD Code> Fax: <Fax Number with STD Code> e-mail address: <E-Mail Address for all e-mail communications> Declaration by Authorized Signatory on behalf of bidding organization or Consortium/Joint Venture: I <Name of the authorized person signing the bid> . Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution I <Name of the person signing on behalf of HRD of bidder’s organization>. List of permanent technical resources Date of Birth <Men <Mention Designatio n Basic Qualific ation <Mentio Years of Experie nce IT <Experie <GIS in Years e in GIS of Years with bidding company <No of Name of the employe e experienc 1.CLR.5. Signature of the Bidder: <Signature> Full Name: <Full Name> Designation: <Designation> Office Seal: <Office seal> Address: <Complete Address> Telephone Number(s): <Phone Number(s) with STD Code> Fax: <Fax Number with STD Code> e-mail address: <E-Mail Address for all e-mail communications> 7.2 Sr. <Insert Page 97 of 191 .the authorized person signed the bid have verified the attached list of permanent technical resources and found correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. working in <Bidder’s full company name> with a capacity of <HR Manager/HR Head> hereby declare with my best knowledge and belief that the attached list of permanent technical staff in the format provided by you as part of the RFP mentioned above is a true list as per the company’s payroll as on date.

1 Proposed Team Structure <Insert diagrammatic team structure> 8. Madhya Pradesh Sr. No. 1. who will be the prime contact in technical matters during the execution of the project.2 Sr. 3. Gwalior.> 8. 2. Proposed team strength Role <Insert role here> <Insert role here> <Insert role here> No of resources proposed <Insert no of resources proposed in this role> <Insert no of resources proposed in this role> <Insert no of resources proposed in this role> <Expand the table as per requirement> Page 98 of 191 . Proposed team for the project <In the case of Consortium/Joint Venture.CLR. <Insert Name> <Men tion Date of Birth > <Expand the table as per requirement> <Mention Current Designation > <Mentio n Basic Qualificat ion> <Experie nce Years> Current Designation > n Basic Qualificat ion> Date of Birth Designatio n Basic Qualific ation RFP for WebGIS Solution Years of Experie nce IT nce Years> in Experience in Years> in Years e in GIS of Years with bidding company years the with bidder experienc company> <GIS Experience in Years> <No years the of with bidder in company> 8. Name of the employe e Name> tion Date of Birth > 2.No. Proposed team members can be from any of the partner companies. There should be a Project Manager.

CLR.3 Sr. Detailed resumes of the key resources <Insert Serial No> <Insert Proposed Role> Proposed Role Page 99 of 191 .No. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 8. Data Sheet for the Key Resources Role <Insert role here> Key Details Name Proposed Role Key Qualifications Total Years of Experience Years of Experience in proposed role <Insert Name here> <Insert Proposed Role> <Specify qualifications> <No of years of total experience> <No role> of years of experience in proposed <Insert Name here> <Insert Proposed Role> <Specify qualifications> Total Years of Experience Years of Experience in proposed role <No of years of total experience> <No role> of years of experience in proposed <Insert Name here> <Insert Proposed Role> <Specify qualifications> Total Years of Experience Years of Experience in proposed role <No of years of total experience> <No role> of years of experience in proposed key key key 2. <Insert role here> Name Proposed Role Key Qualifications 3. 1.4 Sr No. Gwalior. <Insert role here> Name Proposed Role Key Qualifications <Expand the table for each key resource> 8.

which are relevant to the RFP 1) <Project Name 1 with client name o Brief description of project o Roles and responsibilities including technical handled o Highlights of contribution> 2) <Project Name n <complete the details as above> details and team size <Repeat the table for each key resource> 9. This should be crisp and short> 9.CLR. Madhya Pradesh Name of the employee Date of Birth Total Experience in years Experience in the proposed role Years-Months with the bidding company Academic Qualifications Relevant Professional Certifications RFP for WebGIS Solution <Insert Full Name> <Insert Date of Birth> <No of years of total experience> <No of years of experience in proposed role> <No years and months with the bidding company> <Academic Qualifications (Example M.Tech in Remote Sensing and GIS) with grade> <Additional Professional Certifications/ Relevant Coursed completed> <Membership in professional bodies> <Add management certifications in the case of project manager/team lead and add software courses certifications in the case of developers.2 Detailed Description on Proposed Solution and Methodology <Detailed documentation on proposed solution as well as methodology proposed shall be given under the following heads – add additional heads if required> Page 100 of 191 .1 Proposed Solution Introduction <Explain the proposed solution briefly here. 9. Gwalior. Project Manager can show his technical certifications also> Experience/Major Assignments handled (Up to major 5 assignments only).

2.8 Compliance Matrix for Infrastructure <The Compliance Matrix given in the Annexure IV of RFP has to be filled completely and inserted here in the mentioned format> Page 101 of 191 .2.2.2.5 Security provisions for Data and Access Control in the proposed solution <Explain the security provisions in the proposed solution here> 9. Gwalior.4 9. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 9.6 Limitations of the proposed solution <Should clearly mention the limitations of the proposed solution including expected limitations in future> 9.3 Methodology for project management including staff management Methodology for requirement analysis Detailed design including architecture and platforms for Data Centre/enterprise application as well as functionalities and guaranteed service levels Methodology for development Methodology for testing Methodology for implementation Methodology for training Methodology for Operations and Maintenance Specific advantage of the proposed solution <Advantage of proposed solution over old/conventional methods> 9.7 Compliance Matrix for Enterprise Web Based Application <The Compliance Matrix given in the Annexure III of RFP has to be filled completely and inserted here in the mentioned format> 9.3 State 9.6 9.1 9.4 Scalability of the proposed solution <Detailed description on scalability on the proposed solution and how it can be scaled in future when required> 9.2 9.CLR.2.2.8 9.2.7 9.2.5 9.

Gwalior.CLR.9 Compliance Matrix for Proposed Team <The Compliance Matrix given in the Annexure V of RFP has to be filled completely and inserted here in the mentioned format> Page 102 of 191 . Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 9.

CLR. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution ANNEXURE II: FORMAT FOR COMMERCIAL BID Page 103 of 191 . Gwalior.

networking. maintenance commissioning. cleaning. • Study.CLR. establishment infrastructure required for running the Enterprise Web based GIS application supplied by the bidder to meet the required service levels. reports. electricity. of development. all hardware. Only space shall be provided by the department. Configuration. design. Maintenance of space also needs to be carried out by the bidder till the completion of Operations and Maintenance Period. all Page 104 of 191 . Enterprise Web testing. running application with facility for editing the spatial and attribute data over web browser and having options to perform day to day mutation. Commissioning. updates. generation and printing of demand notes. Gwalior. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution Commercial Bid: Sr.4) 1. Establishment. Installation. Configuration. Running and Maintenance of IT Centers at 341 user locations (at each Tehsil level) including all hardware. Running and <insert bid value of “n” in figures> Maintenance of State Data Centre at Gwalior and Disaster Recovery Data Centre at a different Seismic all and Zone for all of Managing running all other Land Records like including all servers. collection receipts and all other activities of the department related to maintenance and use of land records. Establishment. Commissioning. No. Item Description Bidder should bid the value (Payments of to “n” the bidder shall be made based on value of “n” as per clause 6. maintenance expenses manpower. • Design. Installation. • Design. and GIS based implementation. all software. modification.

No. The maintenance of desktops and space also shall be carried out by the vendor. • Implementations of a comprehensive security policy comply with the CERT-In Security Guidelines and conforming to ISO 27001 as well as ISO 27002. Gwalior. The bidder shall comply with ISO 27001 and ISO 27002 and get the certification within 6 months after implementation. Item Description RFP for WebGIS Solution Bidder should bid the value (Payments of to “n” the bidder shall be made based on value of “n” as per clause 6. during transactions and while posting the edits to the server with audit trails and versioning. Incorporating the integrated biometric and digital signature validations comply with the Indian IT Act and CCA Guidelines. validation and porting of the spatial and non-spatial data to the developed system and integration of Spatial and NonSpatial Data. all running expenses like manpower. electricity.4) software. all networking. • Establishment (341 in number). • Quality checks.CLR. cleaning and establishment and maintenance of all other infrastructure required for running the Enterprise Web based GIS application supplied by the bidder to meet the required service levels. Madhya Pradesh Sr. Only space and desktops shall be provided by the department. This includes existing spatial and non-spatial data supplied by CLR as well as spatial • and non-spatial data developed and supplied by CLR from time to time. • Supply of required manpower for all operation at and maintenance of all connectivity required at all Tehsil user locations Page 105 of 191 .

• Train the department staff in all aspects of management.CLR. Operation and Maintenance period starts after commissioning of the solution at Pilot Locations (Gwalior. No.4) all and user locations (341 in number) starts during after Operations and Maintenance period. Item Description RFP for WebGIS Solution Bidder should bid the value (Payments of to “n” the bidder shall be made based on value of “n” as per clause 6. • • Issue of owner wise smart cards for properties owned Automatically generate daily. pertaining to the service requirements of the supplied solution. counted after successful implementation at all stipulated locations in MP. Gwalior. Jabalpur. Operation Maintenance period commissioning of the solution at Pilot Locations (Gwalior. Indore and Ujjain) and shall extend for a period of 5 years. • Post Implementation minor software enhancements / customization during 5 years of Operation and Maintenance period as per the requirements and/or request of the department. Jabalpur. counted after successful • Operation implementation and maintenance at of all all stipulated activities locations in MP. Madhya Pradesh Sr. monthly and yearly reports of all operations pertaining to the operations and maintenance of the solution in encrypted and password protected pdf format and saving them to the server and external media. weekly. Indore and Ujjain) and shall extend for a period of 5 years. operation and maintenance of the supplied solution during maintenance and Page 106 of 191 .

CLR. No. Madhya Pradesh Sr.4) (In words): <Insert bid value of “n” in words> Signature of the Bidder: <Signature> Full Name: <Full Name> Designation: <Designation> Office Seal: <Office seal> Date: <Date in DD/MM/YYYY format> Address: <Complete Address> Telephone Number(s): <Phone Number(s) with STD Code> Fax: <Fax Number with STD Code> e-mail address: <E-Mail Address for all e-mail communications> Note: There should be no overwriting and all text should be legible Page 107 of 191 . Item Description RFP for WebGIS Solution Bidder should bid the value (Payments of to “n” the bidder shall be made based on value of “n” as per clause 6. Bidder should bid the value of “n” (Payments to the bidder shall be made based on value of “n” as per clause 6. Gwalior.4) operations period of 5 years.

Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution ANNEXURE III: COMPLIANCE MATRIX FOR ENTERPRISE WEB BASED APPLICATION Page 108 of 191 . Gwalior.CLR.

12. 7. 11. Gwalior. Mozilla. Criteria / Feature Required Complied? (Yes/No/Not required) 1. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution Against each item mentioned in the compliance matrix. The solution has concurrent multi-user capacity The solution has adherence to OGC (Open GIS Consortium) Standards The solution has adherence to GoI fonts standards The solution has adherence to Land Region Cartographic Codification Standards The solution has support to store and use spatial features in Oracle as well as MS-SQLServer The solution has data exchangeability with other GIS solutions The solution keep track of transactions and rollback options are available The solution has data input validations including topology checks The solution has role based user management options Page 109 of 191 . The solution provided has 3tier or above architecture <Mention Yes or No or Not required for all columns> 2. 9. the bidder can write “Not required”. please specify that the solution provided is complied or not by specifying “Yes” or “No”. Please note that the solutions with response “No” against any of the items listed below shall not considered Compliance Matrix Sr. 6. The solution has Service Oriented Architecture The solution is web browser based Industry standard web browsers like. Internet explorer. Netscape. 4. 10. 8. If the solution provided does not required to have the mentioned criteria to fulfill the functional requirements and required service levels completely. 13.No. Chrome. 3. Opera etc can be used as the client tool for running the application without installing a separate custom made software in the client machine except freely and commonly downloadable components 5.CLR.

30. The solution has backup and restore options The solution has multiuser attribute editing options in application page on web browser The solution has user friendly map navigation and query options The solution has multiuser map editing tools in application page on web browser and post the edits to the server 18. 19. while posting edits to the server The solution has easy administration interfaces The solution has scalability/expandability without scrapping the previously used hardware The solution has scalability to increase the capacity of number of concurrent users The solution has the ability to show the data in Geographic Reference System (With WGS84 datum) or on a different meter projections system like UTM as well as local co-ordinate system 24. 17. The solution has full function versioning for editing The solution has biometric authentication and digital signature validation. Gwalior. 16. Madhya Pradesh Sr. 20.CLR. 25. 15. The solution has ability to have vector data layers as well as raster/image data layers The solution has ability to show the ortho-rectified satellite images/aerial photos by loading it from server as and when requested 26.No. 28. 22. Criteria / Feature Required RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied? (Yes/No/Not required) 14. The solution has covered all functional requirements mentioned in the RFP The solution has covered all technical requirements mentioned in the RFP The solution has online help The solution has User Manual and Administrative Manual Properly commented complete source code of the components designed and custom developed by the vendor for CLR based on this RFP will be supplied Page 110 of 191 . 27. 23. 29. 21.

The user can select either English version or Hindi version of the application. Madhya Pradesh Sr. standard English terminology may be used. The GoI standard for language is used Page 111 of 191 . Gwalior. if required. In Hindi versions. Criteria / Feature Required RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied? (Yes/No/Not required) 31.CLR. All user options in the application are available in both English and Hindi (using 16bit Unicode).No.

CLR. Gwalior. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution ANNEXURE IV: COMPLIANCE MATRIX FOR INFRASTRUCTURE Page 112 of 191 .

Gwalior.CLR. Must have 1333 MHz Front Side Bus Must have 8 MB L3 Cache Must have 32GB DDR3 RAM of 1333MHz Must have 2 nos. 1. 9. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution The minimum required specifications against each item are described below: The Bidders should write Yes/No against the comply column. Bids.1 Sr. 2. State Data Centre and Disaster Recovery Site Blade Server Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> Blade Server must have 2 x Quad Core Nehalem based (5500 series) Xeon 2. of 146 GB Small Form Factor SAS HDD with Raid 0.80GHz Processor or higher Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> 4. 7. Power Throttling and 11. 10. 1. 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime Page 113 of 191 . 1. 8. 5. which are not complying with these criteria.No. of Integrated Gigabit Ethernet Controllers Must have integrated baseboard management controller Must have 2 nos. Bidders should note that the specification given below are minimum requirements and the bidders will have to provide equal or better for each item/solution to comply with the requirements. 3. shall not be considered. All hardware supplied must conform to minimum internationally accepted standards. 1 capability Must be configured with Power Executive for Power Capping Management. 6.

1. 10. 11. 8. 2.No.2 Sr. and a systemstatus panel Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> 5. a DVD drive. 12.No. one USB port. Gwalior. 6.No. 4. Madhya Pradesh Sr. 1.3 Sr. External Storage Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> Page 114 of 191 . 3. Blade Server Enclosures Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> Must have 8 or more hot swap blade bays supporting all types of blade server models Must have media tray at the front with a diskette drive. 9. of PDUs Must be provided with Power Jumper Cord Must be configured management software 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment 1. 13. Must have Four hot swap I/O module bays Must have two hot swap Management Module bays fully populated with Advanced Management Module 7. Must have four hot swap power module bays with two power modules populated Must have two hot swap blowers with each blower fitted with Acoustic Attenuation Module Must have Acoustic Attenuation Module in Failsafe mode Must be supplied with 2 nos. Minimum Specification commitment RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) 1. 2.CLR.

Must support real time cache tuning (read ahead. Must support intermixing different RAID groups in a single storage system 15. 0+1. 5 and 10. 8. Must have 2 nos. 1. Linux and Novel operating system in a heterogeneous SAN environment 17. 4. 9. Must have redundant cache protection in the form of battery backup for 72 hours or de-stage of cache to disks.000 IOPS Must be configured for 10K RPM and 15K RPM disks support Must be configured for intermix disk capacity Must be configured for intermix of FC and SATA HDDs under the same pair of controllers Must have Global Hot Spare as standard feature with floating disk spare design capability Must be setup to support hardware RAID levels 0. of 512 LUNs per array) Masking for highest security Cache must be min. 4GB per controller with mirroring via Fiber Channel Interface. 11. IBM AIX.CLR. 7. of 40. 6. Must be configured for online expansion of RAID group Storage System must support Windows 2000. RAID Controllers per storage system for redundancy Each controller should support min. 16. 2003. write cache on/off for each LUN) for RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) Page 115 of 191 . of 4GB cache Must be configured for min. 10. HPUX. Must have dual active controllers Must be fully redundant with no single point of failure. 12. Minimum Specification Must be configured on full Fiber Channel end-toend of 4Gbps or latest Must be switched Fiber Disks with each disk connected to 2 separate ports on the switched Fabric 5. Must support array based hardware LUN (Min. 18. 3. Sun Solaris.No. Madhya Pradesh Sr. 13. 3. UNIX. 14. Gwalior.

24.No. Dynamic Segment size expansion. support for web based management. Must support non-disruptive upgrade of core software. snap shot. parity protection at sector level. Diagnostic tools for subsystems and recovery.CLR. Cooling Fans. of 4Gbps 146GB 15. Power Supplies configured Remote mirroring capability for Disaster Recovery Must have 32 Nos. 21. tracking and recording of actions on the system. System must be expandable up to 100 nos. BIOS. Minimum Specification performance enhancement without shutting down the storage system 19. Madhya Pradesh Sr. All host- RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) Page 116 of 191 . 22. remote mirroring and management software without shutting down the storage system. Must provide end to end data protection. Point in time copy functionality and Disk system should be capable of Remote copying 25. background data scrubbing to proactively check every sector of every disk and correct data errors 20. The management software should have the features such as Dynamic RAID level migration. Performance Monitoring. of 4Gbps 146GB 15. clone. Software license should be provided for unlimited expansion over SAN. centrally manage the complete range of arrays over the network. Generation of Mails and SNMP alerts. Hot Must swappable be and redundant for Disk drives.000 RPM Fiber Channel Drives with 8 Disks on RAID 0+1. Dynamic capacity & volume expansion. parity checking. Gwalior. 1 as Global Hot Spare and remaining configured as RAID 5 groups 23. LUN Masking.000 RPM Fiber Channel Drives Storage Management Software Must be GUI as well as CLI. Monitoring and reporting of alarm conditions.

No. Gwalior.4 Sr. 31. Storage system and the SAN Switches must have atleast 4 paths between them. 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) 1. Should support min. of Generation 3 LTO Drives supporting up to 400 GB uncompressed capacity. 4Gbps FC 29. 2. Necessary Fiber cables required for this setup External Storage must be configured on SAN along with the Servers and Backup devices. Min.CLR. of 6 drives Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> 4. Path management software to provide high availability and automatic load balancing between Storage and server during failure of controller. of servers 28. System must support and must be configurable on rack. 4Gbps to connect to Fiber Switch. 4 Nos. 30. 3. Madhya Pradesh Sr. Software license should be provided for unlimited no. All interconnects must be of min. All accessories and hardware necessary for configuration on rack must be supplied 27. Must have and configured on atleast 8 host interconnects with min. Interface of Min. Each set of 2 drives should be on a separate SAN Interface 5.No. Minimum Specification attached servers must remain fully operational during system level or maintenance upgrade 26. 1. 4 per controller. Tape Library Backup Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> Min. 50 slots for cartridges within frame excluding the cleaning cartridge Page 117 of 191 .

Tape drives Configured for automatic tape loading for backup and restore Should have min. 13. etc. Madhya Pradesh Sr.CLR. on different platforms 19. 10. DLT. 8. One of the Blade Server must be configured as a Backup Server with redundant Fiber Channel Interface to connect to the SAN Switch Backup Software 17. Storage. Unix. Configured for Auto cleaning of drives with dedicated cleaning cartridge slot and cartridge Technology platform Support for leading backup software System must support and must be configurable on rack. 6. Application Online Transactions. Must be GUI based and centrally manageable should support heterogeneous RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) Page 118 of 191 . 9. 18. Linux Must take Hot-Online SAN based Backup for major RDBMS like Oracle. DB2. Minimum Specification Must be configured along with Bar code reader Must Support LTO. Must be supplied over SAN with necessary software the modules/equipments and configured to carry out backups without effecting performance of Servers. data transfer rate of 80Mbps per drive Hot swappable drives. Gwalior. 14. SQL Server. 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment Backup Server 16. Network components and Network Connectivity 20. All accessories and hardware necessary for configuration on rack must be supplied 15. power supply and cooling fans Redundant power supply and cooling fans 11. SDLT. 7. etc. Must support full functionality of Backup and Restore on Windows NT/2000/2003.No. 12.

Must be supplied with license for 4 nos. Should support integration with other enterprise application Must be capable of encryption of data backed up Must be capable of creating multiple copies of backup at the same time of taking primary backup 26.CLR. Must have data reorganizing facility for maximum space utilization on Tapes Must have integrated RDBMS as catalog and must not use Flat file system to store and backup data. 25. Must be supplied with license for use in any of the Tape Library / Systems / RDBMSs / Applications / Processors / OS / Networks 23. of Tape Drives. Must be capable of creating a Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) for servers and systems in the Network in a automated and scheduled fashion 27. 28.No. Must be configured for rapid restoration during recovery needs Must monitor and control tape and data sent offsite or through WAN Must have web based administration should be self sufficient to control different locations backup server from a single console 30.5 24 Port SAN Switch Page 119 of 191 . 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment and reboots. 21. Madhya Pradesh Sr. Minimum Specification over LAN/WAN and remote connectivity Must be configurable for retries for backups of remote clients which are offline due to network failures failed 22. Must be capable of resuming from where the last backup/restore RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) 1. Gwalior. 24. 29. 31. Must be capable of being mirrored and should allow two-phase commit 32.

etc. 6. 10. 5.No. Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> Must be activated and fully configured for 24PORTS along with required SAN Host Connectivity and licenses Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> 4. 3. SUN. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution Sr. 9. Must be configured for Intel processor-based servers and other processors like AMD Must be configured for Windows 2003. Each Virtual Fabric must have Page 120 of 191 . Red Hat Linux AS Operating systems Must be configured for Storage System Must support other selected storage systems Must be supplied with Fibre optic cables as required and must be provided in various lengths in single mode and multi-mode 14. 11. Must be configured to support distance of 35KMS and more. Must zoning have Management Software Advanced Must be configured for IBM pSeries. 13. 2GBPS connectivity and should be autosensing 17. Must have dual fans and dual power supply Must have SFP optical transceivers Must be designed for 19-inch Industry standard rack. 1. Vendor shall supply all hardware and accessories required for installation on Rack 7. 12. Must supply FC cables/activation along with SAN Switches Must have SFP MODULES provided shall support 4GBPS. Red Hat Linux. Gwalior. 2. 15. Must allow creation of hardware based isolation environments within a single SAN Fabric or switch. 8.CLR. IBM xSeries Servers and other prominent servers like HP. 16.

21. 2. SNMPv3. Must be configured for Port Aggregation for up to 16 Ports Must be configured for RADIUS. full duplex modes and auto negotiation for 10BaseT/100BaseTX/1000BaseT ports 6. SSHv2. fabric binding. RJ45 Ports for 10BaseT/100BaseTX/1000BaseT 4 Nos. AAA. Minimum Specification independent fabric services. name servers and FSPF process 18.CLR. Must be stackable switch Port based QoS and QoS across the stack Must have ACL.1x and extensions Page 121 of 191 .No. Authentication. 8. Switch must have role based administration Must have Fiber Channel Traceroute and Fiber Channel Ping.6 Sr. zoning database. 19. identity based network services with 802. GBIC ports with support for 1000 Base SX/LX/LH/ZX. Should support half duplex. 1. 20. Port level security. TACACS. 23. Switch must allow diagnositics Must have switch embedded applications for device management and full fabric management 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) 1. 7. 4. Gwalior. 24 Port Giga Switch Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> 24 Nos. Secure FTP.No. 3. 22. Vendor must configure ports for commissioning Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> 5. Madhya Pradesh Sr. port security.

2. 15. 9. 11. 10. Hardware Load Balancer Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> Must be fully redundant for high availability Must have 3 Module Slots Must have Switch control module with 2 GE (GBIC) ports fully configured Must have min. 6. 11. 32 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports Must have SSL Termination Must have min. 13. 5. of two 2-Port GE I/O Module Must have min. 14. All accessories and hardware necessary for configuration on rack must be supplied 15. 13. of two session accelerator modules Must have Active-Active layer 5 ASR Must have VIP redundancy Must have Aggregate Bandwidth 20 Gbps Must have 1 GB flash memory disk Must have power Integrated AC Must have Virtual Internet Protocol Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> Page 122 of 191 . 12. 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) 1. 9. Minimum Specification Must support Min. 14. Madhya Pradesh Sr. 1.No. 8. 6 GE Ports fully configured Must have min. 255 VLANs 8K MAC Address entries Must be configured for management through SNMP on Web based interface Must support SNMP and RMON Must have LED indicators to display the link status and activity System must support and must be configurable on rack. 3. 4. 10. Gwalior.No.CLR. 16.7 Sr. 7. 12.

5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment 1. 1. Firewall Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> Stateful Inspection Must support OPSEC Must have a hardened OS System must support and must be configurable Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> Page 123 of 191 . Must have Health Check Feature and system must automatically remove failed instances from service 21. Least Connection Round Robin Weighted Server Response Time Least Connection + Server Response Time Least Local Connection RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) Must have Sticky Connection Feature Must have Global Server Load Balancing Feature Must be designed for 19-inch. Madhya Pradesh Sr. Must be configured for layer 3. 5. 6.No. 22. 2. 7 & scripted health check mechanism Must have all Load Balancing Predicator § § § § § § 23. 1U Industry standard rack. 19.CLR. Minimum Specification Must support WebNS 8.10 Features Must have Hotspare Feature Must have Auto Discovery and addition and removal of Server resources without disrupting service 20.No.8 Sr. 4. 17. 24. 4. 25. Vendor shall supply all hardware and accessories required for installation on Rack 26. Gwalior. 18. 3.

Min. DHCP Server NAT/PAT support Advanced applications 17. 18. 22. 24.000 new sessions per second processing Simultaneous VPN Tunnel > 1900 1 DMZ for Application Servers Must have GUI and CLI interfaces for firewall management and support for both Windows and Unix platforms 27. All accessories and hardware necessary for configuration on rack must be supplied 7. SPAM mails filtering Must support IEEE802. Must provide Intrusion Protection Min. 13. 11. 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime NAT support including H.00. Webbase GUI Remote Management Fast Ethernet Expansion option Failover Support Cleartext Throughput > 800 Mbps Concurrent Connection > 3.CLR. 10.50a Certificate Support Content filtering. 19. URL filtering support. Madhya Pradesh Sr.000 Must support 5. 26. 21. 2 ports should support 1000 Mbps of the 6 ports 9. 3 OSPF areas should be possible to configure) Must support Static Routing RIPv1 and RIPv2 routing must be supported 15. Gwalior. High Availability with no single point of failure Should Protocol AAA Support X. 23. 12. 6 Ethernet Interfaces with support for Public.1q VLAN Tagging OSPF Routing (Min.No. 16. 25. 20. Private and De-militarized zones. 14. 8. Minimum Specification on rack.323 support Virtual Router Redundancy RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) Page 124 of 191 .

Madhya Pradesh Sr. 5. 3. 3. 2. 10/100Mbps RJ-45 MDI-X ports. 2. 10.9 Sr. Gwalior. 1. IDS (Intrusion Detection System) Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> Must have 80 Mbps min performance Must have 10/100BASE-Tx Standard monitoring interface Must have 10/100BASE-Tx Standard command and control interface Must have Four 10/100BaseTx (4FE) sniffing Interfaces interfaces) (allowing a total of 5 sniffing Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> 7. 4. Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> 1U Rack-Mount 24 Nos. Must be Rack-mountable Must have State-full pattern recognition Must have Protocol parsing Must have Heuristic detection Must have Anomaly detection 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment 1.10 24 Port Manageable Switch Sr.No. 6.No. 11. 2-port Single Mode 1000BaseX(SX) module port (inbuilt) Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> Page 125 of 191 .CLR.No. 12. Minimum Specification commitment RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) 1. 1. 9. 8.

3u(100Base Fast Ethernet). IEEE802. 7.1P/Q (Tagged VLAN) 10. 5.CLR. 100 Base TX Fast Ethernet auto-sensing Switch 8.11 24 Port Patch Panel Sr.IEEE802. IEEE802. All accessories and hardware necessary for configuration on rack must be supplied 11. 10/100Mbps Ethernet. 8. 2. IEEE802. 1U Size patch panel CAT-6 performance Printed color coding to make termination easy ISO 11801 and EIA / TIA 568A standards 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> Page 126 of 191 . 7. 5. Gwalior. 9. 19 inch. forwarding rate 3.3(10BaseT Ethernet).No.1D. Madhya Pradesh Sr.3z(Gigabit Ethernet). TELNET. 6.6 Mbps or higher Full duplex capability Management capability SNMP. Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> Rack mounted. 1. RMON VLAN Maximum 64port based Standards IEEE802. IEEE802. 3. 6.No. Minimum Specification Vendor shall configure the 1000BaseX Port for connectivity to multimode Fiber Optic Cable 4. 4. System must support and must be configurable on rack.8 Gbps back plane support. 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) 1.3x.

The earthwork portions of the work shall be carried out by the vendor and shall be governed by the instructions given by CLR for the same. earthwork. bandwidth support 550Mhz UL listed / UL verified (certified) 24 AWG Vendor must supply and install necessary and Page 127 of 191 . 3. 6. reinstating. Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> Cat 6 (4 pair cable) Meets EIA/TIA 568A and ISO/IEC 11801 Box containing 305mtr Meter marked For location more than 100 meters in length from the switch. 1.CLR. 2. terminate Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> connection using Fiber Optic Cable. Min.No. 11. micro tunneling. 13. It is the responsibility of the vendor to supply adequate length of cable to ensure proper networking at all locations 9. fees for reinstatement. Gwalior. it is the vendor’s responsibility to provide for necessary and supporting the equipments/devices 8.12 CAT6 UTP Cable Sr. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 1. 12. The cost quoted by the vendor shall include digging. any other fees and charges that are not mentioned in this list but are required for CAT6/fiber laying. 4. etc. The amount payable to the vendor shall be based on the actual consumption. trenching. and that may be required for the successful commissioning of the CAT6/Fiber Cable 10. resurfacing. 7. fees for permissions and right of way. concretizing including any other civil. 5. 14. road work.

CLR, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh Sr.No. Minimum Specification required quantities of RJ45 Connectors/Interface for CAT6 Cables with UL Listing and UL Verified at no additional cost to CLR. 15. 16. 20 years Application Assurance Warranty Certificate 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment

RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No)

1.13 Information Outlets
Sr.No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> Surface mount box with Keystone Jack CAT-6 performance exceeding ISO/IEC 11801 & EIA/TIA 568A standards Color coding Integrated shutters to avoid dust Single port Support upto 550Mhz channel bandwidth UL listed / UL verified (certified) 20 years Application Assurance Warranty Certificate 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows>

1.14 7 Feet Patch Cord
Sr.No. 1. 2. Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows>

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CLR, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh Sr.No. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Minimum Specification Cat6 4 pair cable Length – 7 feet Factory crimped and molded boots ISO/IEC 11801 & EIA/TIA 568A CAT-6 standards Jacks fitted with colored boots Support upto 550Mhz channel bandwidth UL listed / UL verified (certified) 20 years Application Assurance Warranty Certificate 24 AWG 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment

RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No)

1.15 3 Feet Patch Cord
Sr.No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> Cat6 4 pair cable Length – 3 feet Factory crimped and molded boots ISO/IEC 11801 & EIA/TIA 568A CAT-6 standards Jacks fitted with colored boots Support upto 550Mhz channel bandwidth UL listed / UL verified (certified) 20 years Application Assurance Warranty Certificate 24 AWG 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows>

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CLR, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh Sr.No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> Size – 2” White Color Vendor is responsible for quoting, supplying, laying, trenching, installing and commissioning for the material supplied 6. 7. Standard Compliance ISI It is the responsibility of the vendor to lay cables by use of conduting and casing materials or even digging. The unit price quoted shall be inclusive of all the charges for the laying, trenching, supplying, commissioning etc. 8. 9. The amount payable to the vendor shall be based on the actual consumption. 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment

RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows>

1.17 2” C Class GI Pipe (Meters)
Sr.No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> C Class Size – 2” diameter Vendor is responsible for quoting, supplying, laying, trenching, installing and commissioning for the material supplied 6. 7. Standard Compliance ISI It is the responsibility of the vendor to lay cables by use of conducting and casing materials or even digging. The unit price quoted shall be inclusive of all the charges for the laying, Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows>

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Standard Compliance ISI It is the responsibility of the vendor to lay cables by use of conduting and casing materials or even digging. 9. Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> Page 131 of 191 . 4. 7.No.18 1” Casing Capping (Meters) Sr. Minimum Specification trenching.19 1” C Class GI Pipe (Meters) Sr. installing and commissioning for the material supplied 6. trenching. 2. 8. The unit price quoted shall be inclusive of all the charges for the laying. supplying. 8. 2. 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> 1.CLR. 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) 1. Gwalior. commissioning etc. Madhya Pradesh Sr. 1. 3. supplying. trenching. The amount payable to the vendor shall be based on the actual consumption. Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> Size – 1” White Color Vendor is responsible for quoting. The amount payable to the vendor shall be based on the actual consumption. 9.No. laying.No. commissioning etc. 1. supplying. 5.

The unit price quoted shall be inclusive of all the charges for the laying. 6. installing and commissioning for the material supplied 6. 11. 1. supplying. 3. 3. 4. laying. Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> Must have Laser Printing Technology Must have Printing speed upto 24 ppm Must have First page out less than 8 seconds Must have Printing resolution 600*600 dpi Must have minimum RAM – 512MB DD Ram. 9. 8.CLR.No. 2. expandable to 1024MB Must have Flash memory slots Must have minimum 20GB embedded Hard Disk Must have Duty Cycle – Upto 2 Lacs pages per month Automatic Duplex printing Must have minimum Input Paper holding capacity of 3000 papers Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> Page 132 of 191 . Standard Compliance ISI It is the responsibility of the vendor to lay cables by use of conducting and casing materials or even digging. 5. 12. 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) 1. trenching. 7. 8.20 All-in-One Color Laser Printer A3 Size Sr. commissioning etc. 5. Gwalior. 9. Minimum Specification C Class Size – 1” diameter Vendor is responsible for quoting. 10. 4. The amount payable to the vendor shall be based on the actual consumption. trenching. Madhya Pradesh Sr. 7.No. supplying.

8. USB 1. preprinted. XP 64-Bit. HP-UX 10. 25. RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) Page 133 of 191 . 26.20. Letter. prepunched. A4-rotated (ISO). Gwalior. colour. executive. Monarch) 14. 7. Red Hat Linux 6. Solaris 2.CLR. tabloid. B5 (JIS). B6 (JIS). 11. 22.x. Citrix MetaFrame.colour Up to 10 cp/m Must quote.5x. legal.1 or above Must have Inbuilt Ethernet port 10/100MBps Must have Scanner with 600dpi resolution (enhanced & optical) Must have FAX Image technology with 300 x 300dpi Must have minimum Fax memory 250 MB minimum Must have Fax modem with 33. for the Accessories. letterhead. MPE-iX. 17. IBM AIX 3. successful software commission etc. Must have Network Operating system support for Microsoft Win 2000. 13. 2 open EIO slots.x and later. letter-rotated. bond.5 and later. A4 (ISO). Server 2003. transparencies. 10. cardstock 15. 16. of required systems rough). supply and commission the system along with the existing hardware setup at site Must quote. 19. SuSE Linux 6. supply commission any Hardware cable. labels. 20.6 Kbps minimum( 3 pages/min) Must have Fax with speed dial Must have Copy Speed Black: up to 10 cp/m . recycled. 18.No. 23. A5 (ISO). Windows Terminal Services Must have In built print server Must have Connectivity Parallel port. 21. 24. XP. B4 (JIS).6. Madhya Pradesh Sr. 2. Must have Paper Type support for Paper (plain. Minimum Specification Must have Paper Size support for A3 (ISO). connector. 9. 10 (SPARC systems only).2.x and later. envelopes (No.

labels. A4 (ISO).CLR. envelopes (No. tabloid. 12. Minimum Specification Must be supplied with 2 complete sets of cartridges 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) 1. Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> Page 134 of 191 . 4. Letter. Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> Must have Laser Printing Technology Must have Printing speed upto 24 ppm Must have First page out less than 8 seconds Must have Printing resolution 600*600 dpi Must have minimum RAM – 512MB DD Ram. Must have Network Operating system support for Microsoft Win 2000. B6 (JIS). Red Hat Linux 6. XP 64-Bit. XP. 10. 10. 7.21 All-in-One B/W Laser Printer A3 Size Sr. Must have Paper Type support for Paper (plain. transparencies. 9. letter-rotated. A4-rotated (ISO). Vista and later. expandable to 1024MB Must have Flash memory slots Must have Duty Cycle – Upto 2 Lacs pages per month Automatic Duplex printing Must have minimum Input Paper holding capacity of 3000 papers Must have Paper Size support for A3 (ISO). 8. A5 (ISO).x and later letterhead. 27. prepunched. SuSE Linux 6. 5. 6. executive. bond. Madhya Pradesh Sr. Server 2003. B4 (JIS). 28. B5 (JIS).x and later.No. legal. cardstock 14. recycled. 3. Monarch) 13. 2. 11.No. preprinted. Gwalior. 1. rough).

USB 1. 1.1 or above Must have Inbuilt Ethernet port 10/100MBps Must have Scanner with 600dpi resolution (enhanced & optical) Must have FAX Image technology with 300 x 300dpi Must have minimum Fax memory 250 MB minimum Must have Fax modem with 33. 5. 19.CLR. of required systems 26.No. 17. 2.08mm or better Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> Page 135 of 191 . Minimum Specification Must have In built print server Must have Connectivity Parallel port. 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) 1. 2 open EIO slots. Madhya Pradesh Sr. Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> Must be Color capable with 1200x600 dpi or above Must have Line accuracy of +/. 3.02% or better Must be capable of Minimum line width of 0. 15. supply commission any Hardware cable. 18. 16. 4. 23. supply and commission the system along with the hardware setup at site Must quote.6 Kbps minimum( 3 pages/min) Must have Fax with speed dial Must have Copy Speed Black: up to 10 cp/m Up to 10 cp/m Must quote. for the Accessories. 25. 20. successful software commission etc.22 A0 Size Color Plotter Sr.0. 22.No. 21. Gwalior. 24. connector.

Light Cyan. sheet feed. Cyan. 6. ARCH Must be capable of printing on 60’ Paper roll Must provide for Margins. Gwalior. Colors of print cartridges. 5. Must have Memory (256 MB or higher) Must have Printing speed (9sqm/hour [coated]. 9. Must be capable of printing on the following Media types that are compatible with both Dye and UV Ink Systems: § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § 8. 13. i. automatic cutter and takeup reel) 14.e. Leading/Trailing edges (35mm or lesser) Must provide for Lateral Margins (7mm or lesser) Must provide for Roll length (90m or more) Must provide for Paper handling to be supported (Roll feed. 12.. 10. Madhya Pradesh Sr. Adhesive Vinyl Coated Paper Photo Gloss Photo Semi-Gloss Canvas Film Reverse Print Matte White Inkjet Paper Canvas Matte Coated Paper Photo Imaging Gloss Photo Imaging Satin Banners with Tyvek Basic Super Heavyweight Paper Canvas Matte UV Backlit UV Image Gloss UV Polypropylene Scrim Banner RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) Must be provided with Standard media sizes ISO.CLR.5sqm/hour [glossy] or faster) Page 136 of 191 .No. Light Magenta 7. Magenta. 11. Yellow. 15. Minimum Specification Must have 6 Nos. JIS. Black.

17. CALS. Parallel port. Madhya Pradesh Sr. 5. 3.CLR.000 Pixels or more Must provide 600 dpi resolution or more Must provide for Enhanced resolution of 9600 or more Must provide Scanning speed of 3”/sec with 400dpi 24BitRGB. 1. Must provide Digital image processing (Dual 2-D Adaptive Enhancement and adaptive grey) 12.No. AppleTalk. DLC/LLC and IPX/SPX protocols. HP RTL) RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) Must have Connectivity (TCP/IP including LPR and IPP. 10. 40GB) 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment 1. Must provide for Scan width of 54” or more Must provide for Media width of 56” or more Must provide for 15mm or more Thickness of media with feature 11. Must provide 120. 7. 19. Gwalior. IEEE 1284-compliant.No. JPEG. Must have Hard disk capacity (Min. 2. Embedded in hardware (ADL + Error Diffusion Automatic thickness adjustment Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> Page 137 of 191 . 12”/sec with 400dpi Greytone and B/W 8. 6. RJ45 Port) 18. Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> Must be Wide Format type Must be capable of scanning minimum A0 size papers 4. HP GL/2. Minimum Specification Must have Standard printer languages (TIFF. 16.23 Wide Format Scanner Sr. 9.

Gwalior. be provided with System etc.All Digital Cameras) 17. Must have the following Interface (FireWire. Minimum Specification Halftoning 2-D Sharpening. 16-bit Graytone Data Capture.USB2[High Speed]. (Software for scanning and common adjustments rotation. Must be provided with Floor stand (floor stand with document basket) Must like 22. 8 bit Feature extraction/Indexed color 8 bit Graytone.STI [still Image Interface ]. Curves(Gamma) Independent B/W point setting) Must have Colour space (NTSC & sRGB) Must have Sensors (Quardruple 4-linear CCDs [RGB Triplets + Panchromatic BW ] 48-bit color Data Capture. Must have Scan Modes (24 bit color. Must have Auto-maintenance system (Auto Alignment. Programmable PowerUp Timer) 20. All software drivers.. Must have Power management (Temperature Control. Must have Colour RGB adjustment Tone (3x3 matrix multiplier Independent 15. WIA[ Windows Image Acquisition ] TWAIN) 19. cropping Maintenance and utilities tools) Must support Windows Platform 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) Page 138 of 191 . Basic & Precision Color Calibration) 18. Low Power Mode. Madhya Pradesh Sr. 21. Blur Filter & Adaptive Thresholding. 23. Softening.No. 16. Color Feature Extraction) 13.CLR. Copy modes with grayshades 1 bit B/W. B/W Dual 2D-Adaptive Modes) 14. Stitching Monitoring & Correction.

audioX2 (3. S-Video. 13. 8. 2. 4.No. Video : RCA X 3 (RGB Component. 1. 3.No. 9. WiFi Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> Page 139 of 191 . Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 1.5" x 14") High scan speed SCSI-II interface Flatbed color scanner Maximum resolution 9600 x 9600 dpi 36 bit scanner with more than one billions color support Drivers for supported OS Bundled OCR software PCI SCSI interface card to connect scanner Should support USB Port and/Or Serial Port 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> 1.CLR. 5. 5. 3. 12. YcbCr). Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> Optical resolution 600 x 2400 dpi Scan area: legal size (8. DVI-D.24 Scanner Sr.25 LCD Video Projector Sr. Audio(RCAX2). Gwalior. Composite Video.5mm stereo mini jack). 1. 10. 14. 2. YpbPr. 4. Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> Native Resolution : SVGA (1024 X 768) Display Technology: 3 X 9" Polysilicon LCD with MLA( Micro Lens Array) Input Sources : Computer : HD15 X 2 (Analog RGB). 7. 11. 6.

Bi-directional RS-232 Lamp : 250 Watt UHB Weight : < than 6 Kgs. 22.5 mm stereo mini-jack) Computer compatibility : SXGA. Operating Temperature: 50° . 6. 10.35°) C Audible Noise : less than 34dB Lamp Warranty : >= than 90 days Menu Language : Atleast English Must be WiFi Capable 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) Page 140 of 191 . SECAM Brightness : 2000 ANSI Lumens to 3000 ANSI Lumens Brightness Uniformity : 75% and above Contrast Ratio : Greater than 450:1 full on/full off Number of Colors : 16. 8.3. 21. 24. 26. 14. 32. f=43-64 mm Throw Ratio : 1. 29. SVGA. VGA.5-80 KHz V-Sync Range : 56-120 Hz Dot Clock : 135 Mhz Digital Keystroke Correction: +/. 16:9 Image Size(diagonal) : 762 mm .2 Watt stereo Control : USB Mouse. 28. Minimum Specification Output Sources : RGB (HD15). 30.7 millions H-Sync Range : 31.7620 mm Projection methods: Front/rear. PAL-M. PAL. Madhya Pradesh Sr.30 degrees Projection Lens: F=1. 12. 20.7-2. 23. 15. 17. 27.2.8. 25.1 m Aspect Ratio : Native 4:3.43.95° F ( 10° . PAL-N. 19. Mac Video Compatibility : NTSC. audio (3. 16.CLR. 7.4:1 Minimum Projection Distance : 1. Gwalior. 13. Supports 5:4. 18. XGA. 9. ceiling/desktop Audio : 2 X 1. 31. NTSC 4.No. 11. PS/2 mouse.

56 KBPS to 384 KBPS. Dialing Capabilities. Incoming Caller ID. 7. noise suppression and automatic gain control 9. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 1.26 Desktop Video Conferencing Equipment Sr. Video H. Privacy Shutter 12. Integrated camera/codec and mounting base with support for external tripod mount. H. Audio In/Out. Manual focus User Interface. Camera.263+. 30fps at 384 KBPS Video. Should be configured for PC System with. Should be supplied with powered speakers that can be connected to PC 10. Audio G. 4. Application Software.323 (IP Communications). G. Product Documentation and Installation Guide 14. Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> Internal Processor Based Mountable on Flat Panel or Flat Surface Standards ITU H.711.728 6.323 external gatekeeper. USB connector.263. 2.No. Manual tilt and swivel. Data Rates/Frame Rates. Power.261. Full-duplex audio with echo cancellation. Manual or auto answer. Onscreen virtual remote control. Directory Service. 30fps FCIF (352 x 288 pixels). H. G. Input/Output. Should be supplied with external headset & Microphone. USB Cable Power Adapter and Cable. Internet Locator Service (ILS) support.CLR. H. gateway and MCU support 13. Gwalior. USB Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> Page 141 of 191 . 1. 11. Integrated Microphone. System Includes. Picture in Picture (PIP) Audio. 3. 8.722. 5.

managed 4. The unit shall be available with a vertical equipment mounting space of or 44. A 4-post open frame configuration (no sides or doors) 9. The unit shall be designed with four (4) vertical posts to allow rack mount equipment installation utilizing four (4) vertical mounting rails 6. environment for computer and networking equipment The unit shall conform to EIA-310 Standard for Cabinets.CLR.27 42 U Rack for Servers Sr. Panels and Associated Equipment and accommodate industry standard 19” rack mount equipment 5. MS Windows XP Professional OS Network Requirements. 10. should be available with 42Uvertical equipment mounting space The unit shall have Internal Height of 42U The unit shall have EIA-310 of 19” 42U (1U=1. 1. Minimum Specification Port. Ethernet.45mm) 7.No. 2. 17. The unit shall be available to order with one part number configured with all enclosure components pre-assembled 8. Network Interface Card. Any IP based Network including 16. Madhya Pradesh Sr.No. Network Modem Should have FCC Class B Approvals 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) 1. Racks.75” Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> Page 142 of 191 . 3. Gwalior. Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> The unit shall be designed to provide a secure. 15.

(84”) doorway RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) Page 143 of 191 . 14.) total weight 20.No.2”) The unit shall have Static Rating of 909 kg (2000lbs) The unit shall have Dynamic Rating of 909 kg (2000lbs) Actual enclosure width dimension is 597mm (23. four (4) vertical frame posts. 24. The expansion units (42U) shall ship without side panels 22. 15. Minimum Specification The unit shall have External Height of 2070mm (81. perforated split rear doors. 12. The base units (42U) shall ship with a perforated front door. Madhya Pradesh Sr. The 42U units shall support a static load (weight supported by the casters and leveling feet) of at least 909 kg. (2.5”) The unit shall have External Width of 600mm (23. 11. perforated roof. (2. The 42U units shall support a dynamic load (rolling on the casters) of at least 909 kg.) total weight 19. Equipment Access and Monitoring The unit shall provide 42U of equipment vertical of 2070mm (81. and includes baying hardware preinstalled by the manufacturer Baying brackets and hardware provide two sets of mounting holes for standard enclosure spacing of 24” or 600 mm 23.000 lbs. Gwalior. pre-installed by the manufacturer 21. 13. four (4) leveling feet and four (4) casters.CLR.000 lbs. 16.5”) for 19” The 42U unit shall have exterior maximum height measurement without tipping 18. four (4) vertical mounting rails.5”) The unit shall have External Depth of 1072mm (42.5”) to allow passage through a standard 7 Ft. two (2) solid side panels. 17.

ingress of foreign bodies.) as defined in IEC 60950 Third Edition RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) Page 144 of 191 . and ingress of water 37. 31. etc. 26. 33. Safety Requirements The enclosure shall both protect the user from mechanical hazards and generally meet the requirements for a mechanical enclosure (stability. Both the front and rear doors shall be designed with quick release hinges allowing for quick and easy detachment without the use of tools 28. aperture sizes.CLR. Minimum Specification mounting space The vertical mounting rails shall be adjustable to allow different mounting depths The manufacturer shall offer an optional hardware kit containing additional M6 caged nuts. Madhya Pradesh Sr. screws and cup washers 27. mechanical strength. 38. The front door of the unit shall be reversible so that it opens from either side Split rear doors are provided for increased service clearance The base unit shall include removable side panels that are removed without tools using easy finger latches for fast access to cabling and equipment 32. The and rack-mounted shall equipment offer an to be earthed or grounded directly to the frame manufacturer optional grounding kit containing terminated green/yellow jumper wires and associated hardware 35. 36. Gwalior. 25. Environmental Requirements The base unit shall have a minimum of IP 20 rating for protection against touch. The front and rear doors shall open a minimum of 180 degrees to allow easy access to the interior 29. Grounding Requirements Provisions shall be provided for all enclosure panels 34. 30.No.

All roof cable management openings are protected with plastic grommets and caps preinstalled by the manufacturer 52. 40. The unit shall have clearance for wiring access of at least 3” between the inside surface of the front door and front mounting face of the vertical mounting rails 50. 3 years onsite warranty with 99.5% uptime RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) Page 145 of 191 . 43. Madhya Pradesh Sr. The vertical posts shall have access holes large enough for cables and power cords (up to NEMA 5-15 plugs) to fit through them 49.No. 47. The manufacturer shall offer an optional blanking panel kit Cable Management The unit shall include four (4) vertical posts that allow cables and power cords to be routed through them 48. Gwalior. 42. 44.CLR. 39. Minimum Specification Ventilation The unit shall provide adequate ventilation to provide airflow required by the major server manufacturers 41. Rectangular openings in rear shall be protected with 53. Perforated Front Door Perforated Rear Door Perforated Roof The unit shall provide the means to mount an optional fan-tray in the roof of the unit and fan modules on the rear doors 45. All plastic side grommets pre-installed by the are manufacturer cable management openings protected with plastic grommets preinstalled by the manufacturer 54.5” between the side panel and the vertical mounting rails 51. 46. The unit shall have clearance for wiring access of at least 1.

Minimum Specification Cable Tray Cable shall be laid in existing open cable trench / cable tray / through GI Pipe / sleeves and shall be dressed by using 1. Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> Page 146 of 191 .2mm thick Aluminum binding clamps and nylon threads.CLR.No. to interface and interconnect with the remaining hardware at the Data Center. Aluminum tags and other related material shall be supplied and fixed A 12mm thick Commercial grade plywood cable tray of size 4” x 4” shall run beneath the tabletop and the skirting level for housing LAN and electrical cabling respectively. cables. 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) 1. 2. 55. 56. supply and commission the 42 U IT Enclosure required for the successful commissioning of the UPS along with all the required accessories. 58. The UPS supplied must be uniform and symmetric in aesthetics when placed along with the existing UPS at the Data Center. wiring and accessories that are required for the termination of the Racks with the UPS at State Data Centre. 57. 61. The same shall be finished with 1mm laminate 59. Vendor shall quote. Madhya Pradesh Sr. Vendor must quote. 1. etc.No.28 42 U Rack for Network Sr. Gwalior. 60. supply and commission for all the hardware. hardware.

5”) The unit shall have External Depth of 1072mm (42.CLR. The unit shall be designed with four (4) vertical posts to allow rack mount equipment installation utilizing four (4) vertical mounting rails 6. 17. 16. Panels and Associated Equipment and accommodate industry standard 19” rack mount equipment 5. 12. The unit shall be available with a vertical equipment mounting space of or 44.45mm) 7. 3. A 4-post open frame configuration (no sides or doors) 9.No.5”) The unit shall have External Width of 749mm (29. environment for computer and networking equipment The unit shall conform to EIA-310 Standard for Cabinets. 15. 18. should be available with 42Uvertical equipment mounting space The unit shall have Internal Height of 42U The unit shall have EIA-310 of 19” The unit shall have External Height of 2070mm (81. The unit shall be available to order with one part number configured with all enclosure components pre-assembled 8. 10. managed 4. Minimum Specification The unit shall be designed to provide a secure.2”) The unit shall have Static Rating of 909 kg (2000lbs) The unit shall have Dynamic Rating of 909 kg (2000lbs) Actual enclosure width dimension is 597mm (23. Madhya Pradesh Sr. Gwalior. 11.5”) for 19” Must provide adjustable mounting depth Must provide facility for rear/vertical cable management 42U (1U=1. Racks. 14. 13.75” RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) Page 147 of 191 .

) total weight 29. (2. The base units (42U) shall ship with a perforated front door. four (4) leveling feet and four (4) casters. two (2) solid side panels. 26. perforated split rear doors. 20.000 lbs. perforated roof. 25. 23. 35. 34.No. Madhya Pradesh Sr. The 42U units shall support a dynamic load (rolling on the casters) of at least 909 kg.) total weight 30. 21. (84”) doorway RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) Page 148 of 191 . Gwalior. The 42U units shall support a static load (weight supported by the casters and leveling feet) of at least 909 kg. pre-installed by the manufacturer 31.000 lbs. four (4) vertical frame posts.5”) to allow passage through a standard 7 Ft.CLR.5”/750mm) The 42U unit shall have exterior maximum height measurement without tipping 28. 22. four (4) vertical mounting rails. Minimum Specification Must provide for vertical power distribution Must provide numbered U positions Must provide Rear Cable Management Channels Must provide removable doors and side panels Must provide reversible doors Must provide vertical mounting rails Must provide UBC Zone 4 stabilization provisions Must provide Wide Form Factor (29. 19. 36. 24. (2. The expansion units (42U) shall ship without side panels 32. Equipment Access and Monitoring The unit shall provide 42U of equipment vertical mounting space The vertical mounting rails shall be adjustable to allow different mounting depths The manufacturer shall offer an optional of 2070mm (81. 27. and includes baying hardware preinstalled by the manufacturer Baying brackets and hardware provide two sets of mounting holes for standard enclosure spacing of 24” or 600 mm 33.

48. 40. mechanical strength. Gwalior. The front door of the unit shall be reversible so that it opens from either side Split rear doors are provided for increased service clearance The base unit shall include removable side panels that are removed without tools using easy finger latches for fast access to cabling and equipment 42. Environmental Requirements The base unit shall have a minimum of IP 20 rating for protection against touch. Minimum Specification hardware kit containing additional M6 caged nuts. 43. etc. and ingress of water 47. aperture sizes. The front and rear doors shall open a minimum of 180 degrees to allow easy access to the interior 39. 46. 41. ingress of foreign bodies.No. Madhya Pradesh Sr. The and rack-mounted shall equipment offer an to be earthed or grounded directly to the frame manufacturer optional grounding kit containing terminated green/yellow jumper wires and associated hardware 45. Grounding Requirements Provisions shall be provided for all enclosure panels 44. Both the front and rear doors shall be designed with quick release hinges allowing for quick and easy detachment without the use of tools 38.) as defined in IEC 60950 Third Edition 49. 50. Ventilation The unit shall provide adequate ventilation to provide airflow required by the major server manufacturers RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) Page 149 of 191 . screws and cup washers 37.CLR. Safety Requirements The enclosure shall both protect the user from mechanical hazards and generally meet the requirements for a mechanical enclosure (stability.

52. supply and commission the 42 U IT Enclosure required for the successful commissioning of the UPS along with all the required accessories. etc. 3. static type UPS must be an N+1 redundant. 53. scalable array architecture Must have hot swappable / user replaceable Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> Page 150 of 191 . Vendor must quote.CLR. cables. supply and commission for all the hardware.29 30kVA N+1 Redundant. to interface and interconnect with the remaining hardware at the Data Center. 1.No. 51. The manufacturer shall offer blanking panel kit Vendor shall quote. 57.No. Modular and 42 Rack Mountable UPS Sr. Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> UPS must be continuous duty. 5. 4. 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) 1. hardware. solid state. 2. 56. 58. wiring and accessories that are required for the termination of the Racks with the UPS at State Data Centre. Gwalior. 54. three phase. Minimum Specification Perforated Front Door Perforated Rear Door Perforated Roof The unit shall provide the means to mount an optional fan-tray in the roof of the unit and fan modules on the rear doors 55. The UPS supplied must be uniform and symmetric in aesthetics when placed along with the existing UPS at the Data Center. Madhya Pradesh Sr.

Must be manufactured in accordance with requirements of ISO9001 Page 151 of 191 . 14. The system must have UL60950 listing for the complete product solution Must comply to UL1778 (Uninterruptible Power Supply Equipment) Must Must comply comply to to UL891 UL60950 (Dead Front Switchboards) (Information Technology Equipment) Must be in accordance with requirements of NFPA (National Fire Protection Associations) Must be in accordance with requirements of NEMA 15. and LCD interface display 8. full rated output inverter and 10% battery charging circuit 7. The power modules and battery modules must be housed in two standard. hot swappable/user replaceable battery modules.CLR. Minimum Specification 10kW/10kVA power modules. redundant control modules. 12. (National Electrical Manufacturers Association) Must be in accordance with requirements of OSHA 16. Must have user replaceable continuous duty bypass static switch module.No. which shall operate in parallel and must be configured for N+1 redundant operation at rated load. Gwalior. 10. 11. redundant logic power supplies. Madhya Pradesh Sr. Must (Occupational be manufactured of IEEE Safety in and Health with Administration) accordance requirements 519-1992 Standard RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) Practices and Requirements for Harmonic Control in Electrical Power Systems 17. 36 inch deep. 10kW/10kVA power module must contain a full rated input converter. 24 inch wide. 13. 42U high equipment racks 9. 6.

3 Phase. Madhya Pradesh Sr. 4 Wire. 21. 19.96 lagging at 50% load Min .5% maximum for 100% load step UPS must provide Voltage Transient Response RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) Page 152 of 191 . Input current Distortion 6% at 100% load 6% at 50% load 28.99 lagging at 100% load 27. 18. 4 Wire. under battery operation or input synchronized under normal operation UPS must provide voltage transient response of +/. 29. 24.1Hz 33. 25. 3 Phase. 10kW power modules for N+1 23. 22. 26. 50Hz UPS must provide Max. Battery. 32.No. UPS System must have AC Input Nominal Voltage of 400V. UPS Start must be linear from 0-100% input current and must not exhibit inrush UPS must provide AC Output 400V. 34. 50Hz Must have AC Input Voltage range of 304 – 477 Vac Must have Frequency Range of 47 – 53 Hz Input Power Factor Min . 31. Gwalior.1% for 100% linear or nonlinear load UPS must provide output frequency of 50Hz +/0. Minimum Specification Must be manufactured in accordance with requirements of ISO14001 System must support the following Normal. 20. Static Bypass and Maintenance Bypass modes of operation UPS must provide 30kVA and 30kW load UPS battery must be provided for 30kW at a Power Factor of Unity for 15 mins. Recharge. 30.CLR. UPS must be rated for full kW output for 30kVA/kW and must be configured with up to eight (4). Voltage Distortion of 3% at 100% linear load UPS must provide AC Output Voltage Regulation of +/.

and 100% non linear load 38.1 degree for balanced load + degrees degrees /. 42.1 degrees degrees for for 50% 100% imbalanced load § 39. each with semiconductor fusing. and 1% single harmonic for a 100% linear load 37.No. 125% continuous 1000% for 500 milliseconds 94% at Must have System AC-AC Efficiency of 100% load Must have the following Environmental Rages Storage Ambient Temperature: -15°C to 45°C). Gwalior. UPS must be configured with redundant input converters. which will Page 153 of 191 . Must have Phase Angle Displacement of § § 120 degrees 120 120 + RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) /. and logic controlled contactors to remove a failed module from the input bus 44. The battery charging circuit shall contain a temperature compensation circuit.3 imbalanced load Must have Overload Rating during Normal Operation as § § 40. UPS must provide Output Voltage Harmonic Distortion of <5% THD max. + /. Madhya Pradesh Sr.CLR. 36. 150% for 30 seconds < 105% continuous have Overload Rating during Bypass Must Operation as § § 41. Minimum Specification within <60 milliseconds Must provide unlimited crest factor UPS must provide Output Voltage Harmonic Distortion of <2% THD max. 35. Operating Ambient Temperature: 0°C to 40°C Relative Humidity: 0 to 95% Non-condensing Operating altitude with no derating: 0 to 1000m feet above sea level (0 to 3333) 43.

The output inverter shall be provided with an output mechanical contactor to provide physical isolation of the inverter from the critical bus. each with semiconductor fusing. Madhya Pradesh Sr. spikes. the critical load will be switched to the automatic static bypass output of the UPS 47. The UPS shall be configured with redundant output inverters. Input voltage anomalies such as brown-outs. With this feature a failed inverter shall be removed from the critical bus 48. and logic controlled contactors to remove a failed component from the critical bus 50. The output power converters shall be capable of 300% for short-circuit clearing. surges.No. Minimum Specification regulate the battery charging to optimize battery life. The inverter shall be provided with monitoring and control circuits to limit the level of discharge on the battery system 49. UPS must provide system static bypass switch shall be provided. of up to 150% of system capacity. sags. Should overloads persist past the outlined time limitation. and outages shall not affect the amplitude or sinusoidal nature of the recreated output voltage sine wave delivered by the output inverters 46.CLR. In both normal operation and battery operation. Gwalior. the output inverters shall create an output voltage independent of the mains input voltage. The system static bypass shall provide no break transfer of the critical load from the Inverter output to the static bypass input source during times where maintenance is RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) Page 154 of 191 . The battery charging circuit shall remain active when in Static Bypass and in Normal Operation 45. shall be sustained by the inverter for 30 seconds in normal and battery operation. Steady-state overload conditions.

Automatic transfers of the critical load from static bypass back to normal operation shall take place when the overload condition is removed from the critical bus output of the system. The UPS and static bypass switch shall constantly monitor the auxiliary contacts of their respective circuit breakers. or the inverter cannot support the critical bus. and inhibit potentially unsuccessful transfers to static bypass from taking place 51. Gwalior. a mechanical contactor in series with the bypass SCR(s) shall be controlled RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) Page 155 of 191 . the static bypass shall be capable of sustaining 54. Automatic transfers of load to static bypass shall also take place if for any reason the UPS cannot support the critical bus 53. The static bypass shall be rated and capable of handling overloads equal to or less than 125% of the from rated system output continuously. Madhya Pradesh Sr. of circuit system conditions. overloads 1000% capacity for periods of up to 500 milliseconds The static bypass switch shall be of a modular design As a requirement of UL1778. or short of For instantaneous overloads caused by inrush current magnetic devices. To achieve back-feed protection. back-feed protection in the static bypass circuit shall also be incorporated in the system design. Such times may be due to prolonged or severe overloads. or UPS failure. An automatic transfer of load to static bypass shall take place whenever the load on the critical bus exceeds the overload rating of the UPS. Minimum Specification required.CLR. 55. as well as the bypass source voltage.No. The design of the static switch power path shall consist of Silicon Controlled Rectifiers (SCR) with a continuous duty rating of 125% of the UPS output rating 52.

fused. Controller Area Network (CAN Bus) 57. Gwalior. 59. an alarm LED. battery modules. user-replaceable hot-swappable RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) control modules. Each battery module shall be monitored for voltage and temperature for use by the UPS battery diagnostic. optically isolated. The display shall consist of an alphanumeric display with backlight. power for the control modules shall be derived from redundant power supplies. to open immediately upon sensing a condition where back-feeding of the static switch by any source connected to the critical output bus of the system is occurring.No. communication paths to the power and static switch modules. The UPS batteries must have potential free (dry) contacts UPS System must have RS232 Serial Port #1 UPS System must have RJ-45 Interface port for a Remote Display 60. and temperature compensated charger circuitry 61. One such condition could be a result of a shorted SCR. A microprocessor controlled display unit shall be located on a hinged door in the front of the system.CLR. The battery jars housed within each removable battery module shall be of the Valve Regulated Lead Acid (VRLA) type The communication of the control modules shall be of Page 156 of 191 . 56. Minimum Specification by the UPS/static switch. hot swappable. and a keypad consisting of pushbutton switches 58. These modules shall have Logic separate. The UPS battery shall be of modular construction made up of user replaceable. The UPS shall be controlled / by two fully redundant. each having a separate AC and DC input and output. Madhya Pradesh Sr.

there shall also be a molded case isolate 1A/1B transformer contacts windings from the mains input to the system. Madhya Pradesh Sr. IT Rack Style enclosure 66. The circuit breakers are to be located within the UPS enclosure or as part of a line-upand-match type battery cabinet 65. Each circuit breaker shall be equipped trip mechanisms 1A/1B auxiliary contacts. Appropriately rated circuit breakers to fully isolate the UPS during times where maintenance is required. The PDU/System bypass shall provide a mechanical means of complete isolation of the UPS from the critical output distribution. As a standard product offering.No. The PDU/system bypass cabinet shall provide power to the critical load from the bypass source.5 minutes of back-up (at 30KW) with battery cartridges located internal to the UPS 64. Each UPS system shall have a 250 VDC rated. Minimum auxiliary Page 157 of 191 . thermal shunt magnetic trip molded and case circuit breaker.CLR. a UPS output circuit breaker designated as Q2. The PDU/System bypass shall be constructed in a Standard 24 inch wide 36 inch deep 42U High. As a part of this design there shall be a UPS input circuit breaker designated as Q1. during times where maintenance or service of the UPS is required. and a wrap-around panels to maintenance as Q3. Minimum Specification The UPS shall incorporate a battery management system to continuously monitor the health of each removable battery module. 62. weak battery module is found 63. the UPS shall be capable of delivering 4. equipped the bypass For with an circuit input primary for the breaker bypass switch designated PDU/system This system shall notify the user in the event that a failed or RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) transformer. Gwalior.

a “pin and sleeve cam lock” type load bank test port shall be available to allow use of a portable load bank to be connected to the system. The management (NMS) to monitor and manage the UPS in TCP/IP information base (MIB) shall be provided in DOS and UNIX "tar" formats. A load bank shall be available with a properly configured connector on flexible cord to facilitate ease of use 68. The PDU/System Bypass shall be available for a 208V.CLR. When withdrawing a battery cartridge. Minimum Specification purpose of relaying status information of each circuit breaker / switch actuator to the UPS and PDU/system bypass shall be provided. Gwalior. For purposes of providing extended UPS back-up power. a catch shall stop the battery cartridge from inadvertently being withdrawn in an unsafe manner. For ease of load bank testing the system. without having to remove dead-fronts or gain access to live bus work or circuit breakers. or 600V input 67. For ease of maintenance the extended runtime battery enclosures. shall house draw-out battery cartridges. The Extended Run Battery solution shall be housed in a standard. The Ethernet Web/SNMP Adaptor shall allow one or more network network management systems environments. 42U high equipment racks 69. 480V. The SNMP interface RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) Page 158 of 191 . 36 inch deep. extended runtime battery enclosures shall be available. These cartridges shall conform to OSHA lifting requirements for one person to replace battery cartridges without lifting tools or additional mechanisms. along with a means of locking out the circuit breakers to inhibit operation of the bypass transfer pair. Battery cartridges shall interlock in place within the battery enclosure to ensure proper contact.No. Madhya Pradesh Sr. 24 inch wide.

Gwalior. The System. 5. Minimum Specification adaptor shall be connected to the UPS via the RS232 serial port on the standard communication interface board 70. in conjunction with a network interface card.shall be capable of monitoring all products in this specification including. Extended Run Battery Enclosures. The System shall also be capable of using an RS232 port to communicate by means of serial communications to gracefully shut down one or more operating systems during an on battery situation 72. 4.1 r.33g. PDU/System Bypass.14 p. This 24 port hub shall relay information to the Manager. shall be capable of gracefully shutting down one or more operating systems during when the UPS is on reserve mode 71. Monitoring . Madhya Pradesh Sr. Microsoft Windows 95/98/XP n.3x-4.13.No. Linux 74. supplied by the UPS manufacturer.CLR. UPS. The UPS manufacturer to support shall have available and software graceful shutdown or contact closure signals from RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) remote monitoring for the following systems: a. and rack level distribution options through a network of category 5 cable and a 24 port hub. SUN Solaris 2. which in turn shall allow access to this information via the user’s public network via a single IP address Page 159 of 191 .6-2.8 o. SUN OS 4. Remote monitoring shall be available via a web browser such as Internet Explorer Remote UPS monitoring shall be possible via either RS232 the UPS Remote UPS Monitoring shall be possible through a standard MIB II compliant platform 73. IBM AIX 4.

Minimum Specification Monitored Values . Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> 50 kVA DG set with exhaust piping AMF panel with two contactor or ATS Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> Page 160 of 191 . general status parameters.No. Manager thresholds shall for allow alarm for user configurable With this notification. Gwalior. Vendor must quote. Thresholds . 2. Manager can notify clients of reaching thresholds for UPS capacity. supply and commission the 42 U IT Enclosure required for the successful commissioning of the UPS along with all the required accessories. voltage and current of products outlined in this specification 76.No.30 50kVA DG Set Sr.Manager shall be capable of monitoring alarms. The UPS supplied must be uniform and symmetric in aesthetics when placed along with the existing UPS at the Data Center. cables. etc.The Manager shall also be capable of monitoring other devices that are connected to the client’s public network 78. 3. 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment 1. 75. RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) feature. PDU capacity. Other custom programmable alarm points for other products shall also be available via dry contact input signal 77. 79. or branch circuit breaker capacity. 1. Public Network Monitoring .For individualized customer needs. Madhya Pradesh Sr. 4.CLR. to interface and interconnect with the remaining hardware at the Data Center. hardware.

4. Gwalior. Minimum Specification Control & power cabling complete with earthing system Concrete Diesel Tank 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) 1. Madhya Pradesh Sr. 6. Minimum Specification Raised Flooring with High Pressure Laminated Panel System with Rigid Grid Understructure system with edge support 2. 3. 3.No. Minimum Specification Re-plastering of the walls with smooth finish Stainless Steel Signage and Direction board Periodic Anti-Termite Treatment for the entire area Acrylic Plastic Emulsion Painting with even shade over primer coating for all vertical plain surface and plain gyp-board ceiling 5.32 Flooring Sr. 7. Raised flooring should withstand static and rolling loads Flooring should have adequate fire resistance. air leakage resistance Removing existing flooring and laying appropriate Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> Page 161 of 191 . 2. 5. acoustic barrier. POP running over cement plaster in perfect line and level with thickness 10-12mm Fire retardant coating over all vertical surfaces and furniture Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> 1. 6.31 Civil Work Sr. 1.No. 1.CLR. 4.No.

2. Minimum Specification Workstations created with cubicle format modular tables and partitions for installing desktops. Soft board for pins and white board for writing and putting notes for each cubicle 5. cabinets with drawer slides Workstations shall have Magnetic board.CLR.No. 4. Should have cable managers 3. 5. Madhya Pradesh Sr. Ergonomic design for comfortable work Electrical fittings for desktops.34 Furniture in administrative area Sr. 4. 25mm thick on top and 20mm thick other parts with commercial board with 1.33 False Ceiling Sr. Gwalior.5mm thick lamination. 1.No. 5. printers etc.No. 6. 3. Workstations shall have keyboard trays.I. With additional points Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> Page 162 of 191 . Minimum Specification good quality granite and/or white/cream tiles with proper skirting on walls on areas other than raised flooring RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) 1. framework and hangers Should have opening for lighting and for fitting other equipments Up to a vertical depth of 1’6” Providing and fixing 9mm thick insulation above false ceiling Periodic cleaning of the surface to remove dust Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> 1. 1. printers etc. 2. drawers. Minimum Specification False ceiling with Gypsum board with approved G. Workstations shall have 2’ depth.

No.5mm lamination. All cable ducts shall have sufficient size so that the cables do not touch each other Cables shall be neatly arranged and shall have cable numbers with 2mm aluminum strips fastened to it Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> Page 163 of 191 . Minimum Specification PVC insulated copper conductor cables Stranded copper conductors with thermoplastic insulations of 1100 volts grade All wiring shall be color coded Looping system of wiring shall be used. Completely polished RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) 1.CLR. 3. wires shall be joined.35 Electrical Work Sr. 61. At no cases. 4. have deeply recessed contact tubes and have push on protective cap Power for desktops and other IT infrastructure should be separate from lighting and other miscellaneous electrical items 9. Running set of wires shall be bunched together with cable straps at required intervals Circuit diagrams at each Distribution Board and all other locations. 2. 8. Gwalior. Minimum Specification Chairs suitable for using computers with rollers Storage cupboards with 18mm thick MDF with 1. 7. All electrical equipment is to be earthen in conformity with provision of rules 32. 1. 7. 62.& 68 of Indian Electricity rules 1956 and as per IS. 6.No.67. No reduction of strands at any terminations 5.3843-1986 10. Madhya Pradesh Sr. 11. zinc alloy. wherever necessary Metal clad sockets should be of die cast noncorroding 8.

Gwalior. 3. Madhya Pradesh Sr.6 mm thick as per IS 9537/1983. wherever appropriate Design shall be in such a way that the lights are not reflected on computer screen.37 PVC Conduit Sr.CLR. The cables connected to separate main circuits shall be enclosed in separate conduits Conduit concealed in the ceiling slab shall run parallel to walls and beams and conduit concealed in the walls shall run vertical or horizontal Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> 1.E. 12. Minimum Specification Bright lighting with reflectors and shades.E. while working All lighting equipments shall be ISI marked Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> 1. 2. Minimum Specification All electrical fitting and accessories shall be minimum ISI marked RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) 1. Connecting pieces should be connected using epoxy resin glue and shall be cleaned prior connecting 3.38 Surveillance Systems Page 164 of 191 . Minimum Specification All conduits shall have high-impact heavy duty type heavy PVC and shall conform to I.No. regulations for nonmetallic conduit 1. 1. All conduits should not be less than 20mm external diameter 2. 4. 1.No.No.36 Lighting Sr. Tube lights or CFL.

Gwalior. Capacity to record images from all cameras and capacity to preserve the images for a month time. Facility to take backup and storage of older images 6. Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> 24x7x365 surveillance systems using CCTV Online images from all cameras should be viewable at the control room. 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> 1. 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment good looking doors with automatic locking system provided with Access Control Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> 1. 2. 2.40 Precision Air Conditioning System for Server Room Page 165 of 191 .No. 3. 3. Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> Biometry Finger Print based Access Control for critical area Proximity Access Control for non critical areas Automatic Door Lock and Release System as per access validation Access control shall be for each critical door on entry as well as exit Making Systems 8.No. 6. 1. Cameras should be capable of night vision. 4. Madhya Pradesh Sr.39 Access Control Systems Sr. 1. 4. 5. 7.CLR. 5.

Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution Sr. 1. 7. Continuous Monitoring and Maintenance with sufficient dedicated staff 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> 1. 1. 2. Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all Page 166 of 191 . 5.41 Air Conditioning for Non-Server Operational Area of State Data Centre Sr. 5. 6. 1. 7. Triple Vacuum. 3. 2. Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> Precision control of Temperature Precision control of Humidity using Humidifier 16G hard Guage Copper Piping Facilities for Nitrogen Pressure Testing. 6.CLR. Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> Split Air conditioner shall be provided with sufficient capacity Voltage Stabilizer Energy Efficient Compressor Stage Adjustable Fan Speed Every 150sqft of carpet area should have a rotary compressor of 2 Tonne on an average 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> 1.No.No. 4.42 Fire and Smoke Detection System Sr. Gas Charging etc.No. Gwalior. 8. 4. 3.

non-return valve and all other accessories required to provide a complete operational system 5. 6. Digital communication and triggering of suppression systems Compliant with National and Local specifications 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) rows> 1. 1. CCE approved seamless gas cylinders.No. 3. Compliant with specifications of NFPA 2001 and local standards 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> Page 167 of 191 . 2. Madhya Pradesh Sr. discharge pipe. 6. 3. Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> Inert Gas based Automatic Fire Suppression System Gas release control panel. Gwalior. 2. discharge valve (with solenoid or pneumatic actuator). 7.43 Automatic Fire Suppression System Sr. 4. Minimum Specification Model <Specify the Model here> Automatic detection of fire as well as unusual increase in temperature Equipped with VESDA (Very Early Smoke Detection Alarm) Digital communication to an alarm system 5. 4.No.CLR.

5.44 Water Leak Detection System Sr. 3.No. etc. rodents. 2. pests. etc. 1. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 1.CLR. Gwalior.No. Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> Water Leak Detection System shall be installed at all critical area to detect any seepage of water at early stage 4. inside the Server Room effectively 4. room void and below false floor The system shall be designed such that it does not kill the insects. 1. Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> The Rodent Repellant System shall be designed and implemented to avoid the entry of insects.. 2. rodents.45 Pest Repellent System Sr. 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> Page 168 of 191 . above false ceiling. The Water Leak Detection system shall be equipped with an automatic alarm system and shall be installed critical areas ceiling as well as flooring 5. This will cover all area of Server Room i. 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> 1. inside the Facility and shall prevent short circuit taking place due to the same 6.e. 3.

B5 (JIS). Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> 2. 5.. IT Centers at 341 User Locations (at Tehsil Level) LAN Minimum Specification Structured cabling for LAN CAT5E/CAT6 cables. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 2.CLR. 12. 1. 8. 4. any other required components such as labels. Jack Panel. 2. Monarch) Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> Page 169 of 191 . executive.No. Letter. legal. ferrules etc.1 Sr. 9. envelopes (No. Surface Mount I/Os. letter-rotated. 1. B6 (JIS). PVC conduit / casing / capping with accessories. CAT 5E/CAT6 patch cords.No. expandable to 1024MB Must have Flash memory slots Must have Duty Cycle – Upto 2 Lacs pages per month Automatic Duplex printing Must have minimum Input Paper holding capacity of 3000 papers Must have Paper Size support for A3 (ISO). and all associated civil works at the office. B4 (JIS). tabloid. 2. Gwalior. 10. A5 (ISO). 6. A4 (ISO). 7. 11. 10. 3. All-in-One B/W Laser Printer A3 Size Minimum Specification Make <Specify the Make here> Model <Specify the Model here> Must have Laser Printing Technology Must have Printing speed upto 24 ppm Must have First page out less than 8 seconds Must have Printing resolution 600*600 dpi Must have minimum RAM – 512MB DD Ram.2 Sr. A4-rotated (ISO).

Madhya Pradesh Sr. 20.No. 22. Server 2003. 1. XP.6 Kbps minimum( 3 pages/min) Must have Fax with speed dial Must have Copy Speed Black: up to 10 cp/m Up to 10 cp/m Must quote. bond.x and later. 5 years on-site Warranty with 99% uptime commitment letterhead. connector. labels. 19. 2 open EIO slots. prepunched. USB 1. SuSE Linux 6. RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) 2. 23. Must have Network Operating system support for Microsoft Win 2000.No. rough). for the Accessories. 24.x and later 15. supply commission any Hardware cable. Vista and later. Must have In built print server Must have Connectivity Parallel port. cardstock 14. Red Hat Linux 6. 18. XP 64-Bit. Gwalior.3 Sr. Civil Work Minimum Specification Re-plastering of the walls with smooth finish Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all Page 170 of 191 . supply and commission the system along with the hardware setup at site Must quote. Minimum Specification Must have Paper Type support for Paper (plain. transparencies.1 or above Must have Inbuilt Ethernet port 10/100MBps Must have Scanner with 600dpi resolution (enhanced & optical) Must have FAX Image technology with 300 x 300dpi Must have minimum Fax memory 250 MB minimum Must have Fax modem with 33. 16. 13. 21. 17.CLR. successful software commission etc. preprinted. of required systems 26. recycled. 25.

4 Sr. Workstations shall have 2’ depth. With Page 171 of 191 . 3. 2. Workstations shall have keyboard trays. Furniture in administrative area Minimum Specification Workstations created with cubicle format modular tables and partitions for installing desktops. 25mm thick on top and 20mm thick other parts with commercial board with 1. cabinets with drawer slides Workstations shall have Magnetic board. 1. Flooring Minimum Specification Removing existing flooring and laying appropriate good quality white/cream tiles with proper skirting on walls Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> 2. Gwalior. printers etc.No. printers etc. Madhya Pradesh Sr. drawers. Minimum Specification Stainless Steel Signage and Direction boards Periodic Anti-Termite Treatment for the entire area Acrylic Plastic Emulsion Painting with even shade over primer coating for all vertical plain surface and plain gyp-board ceiling 5.No. 1.CLR.5 Sr. 4. Soft board for pins and white board for writing and putting notes for each cubicle 5.No. Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> 2.5mm thick lamination. Ergonomic design for comfortable work Electrical fittings for desktops. Should have cable managers 3. 4. POP running over cement plaster in perfect line and level with thickness 10-12mm RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) rows> 2. 6.

wherever necessary Metal clad sockets should be of die cast noncorroding zinc alloy. Ergonomic. Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> 2. wires shall be joined. 6.7 Sr.5mm lamination.CLR.No. Gwalior. 8. Minimum Specification additional points Chairs suitable for using computers with rollers Storage cupboards with 18mm thick MDF with 1. 3. 3.6 Sr. 1. Seating for Public Customer in the waiting area Minimum Specification Metal Perforated Single seater/ 3 seater / 4 seater as appropriate. Epoxy-polyester coated adjustable glide screw under leg support for floor leveling 2. At no cases.No. No reduction of strands at any terminations Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> 5. 1. have deeply recessed contact tubes and have push on protective cap Page 172 of 191 . 7. Completely polished RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) 2. Running set of wires shall be bunched together with cable straps at required intervals Circuit diagrams at each Distribution Board and all other locations. 2. 4. 7. Madhya Pradesh Sr.No. Electrical Work Minimum Specification PVC insulated copper conductor cables Stranded copper conductors with thermoplastic insulations of 1100 volts grade All wiring shall be color coded Looping system of wiring shall be used.

6 mm thick as per IS 9537/1983.8 Sr.3843-1986 10. Connecting pieces should be connected using epoxy resin glue and shall be cleaned prior connecting 3. Lighting Minimum Specification Bright lighting with reflectors and shades. Madhya Pradesh Sr. All cable ducts shall have sufficient size so that the cables do not touch each other Cables shall be neatly arranged and shall have cable numbers with 2mm aluminum strips fastened to it RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) 2. PVC Conduit Minimum Specification All conduits shall have high-impact heavy duty type heavy PVC and shall conform to I. 1. wherever appropriate Design shall be in such a way that the lights are not reflected on computer screen. 8. 62. The cables connected to separate main circuits Page 173 of 191 .67. 2.& 68 of Indian Electricity rules 1956 and as per IS. 61. All electrical equipment is to be earthen in conformity with provision of rules 32.No. All conduits should not be less than 20mm external diameter Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> 2. 11. Tube lights or CFL. regulations for nonmetallic conduit 1.No. while working Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> 2.E. Gwalior. 1.CLR.No. Minimum Specification Power for desktops and other IT infrastructure should be separate from lighting and other miscellaneous electrical items 9.E.9 Sr.

4. 1. 5. 1.No. which can minimize undulations in input power source 99. 4. 4. Minimum Specification shall be enclosed in separate conduits Conduit concealed in the ceiling slab shall run parallel to walls and beams and conduit concealed in the walls shall run vertical or horizontal RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) 2. Minimum Specification Reliable UPS and battery with capacity of either 4 hours back up or 20minutes backup and Generator set backup 2. Madhya Pradesh Sr. 3. 3. system to operate the IT Centre with full load Capable of supplying stabilized power. 2.CLR. Gwalior. Minimum Specification Biometry Finger Print based Access Control for critical area Proximity Access Control for non critical areas Automatic Door Lock and Release System as per access validation Access control shall be for each critical door on entry as well as exit Making good looking doors with automatic locking system provided with Access Control Systems Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> Page 174 of 191 .5% uptime Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> 2.11 Access Control Systems Sr.No.10 UPS and Battery Sr.No.

1. 5. 3. 6. 3. EPP parallel Power: Self Powered via USB Verification time less than a second Capable of handling finger print angular variability 400 Bytes encrypted data size ISO 7816 compliant Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> 4. 4. Owner-wise smartcard Page 175 of 191 . 7. 8.12 Air Conditioning for Operational Area Sr. 2. Fire fighting equipments compliant with National and Local specifications Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> 3. Sr. Integrated Biometric Authentication Device Minimum Specification Finger print imaging area: 12mm * 16 mm Minimum Resolution of 480 dpi Interface: USB 2. 1.No. 2. Gwalior. Minimum Specification Split Air conditioner shall be provided with sufficient capacity Voltage Stabilizer Energy Efficient Compressor Stage Adjustable Fan Speed Every 150sqft of carpet area should have a rotary compressor of 2 Tonne on an average Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> 2. 4.No.13 Fire Fighting System Sr. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 2.0.CLR. 1. Minimum Specification Automatic detection of fire as well as unusual increase in temperature with attached warning alarms 2.No.

CLR. Minimum Specification Credit card size 85. 3. while payment of rent or while applying for copies of land records 5. Madhya Pradesh Sr. 1.98mm ISO/IEC 7810 ID-1 compliant Rewritable Should be able to store all details of B1 register and details required in the system. 4. Gwalior.60mm x 53. 2. Should be able to store details of multiple properties owned by the applicant (holder of smart card) RFP for WebGIS Solution Complied (Yes/No) <Write Yes or No for all rows> Page 176 of 191 .No.

CLR. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution ANNEXURE V: COMPLIANCE MATRIX FOR PROPOSED TEAM Page 177 of 191 . Gwalior.

Please note that the solutions with response “No” against any of the items listed below shall not be considered. Team Member with Required Qualification and Complied? (Yes/No/Not required) 1. Role Educational Qualification Experience • • • • • Domain Expert (1 No) BE/BTech/MCA/MSc Recognized University 8 years total experience in GIS 4 years experience in the capacity of GIS Specialist/GIS Consultant Should have contributed in at least two • 3. Gwalior.No. more team members may be required. Compliance Matrix Sr. please specify that the solution provided is complied or not by specifying “Yes” or “No”. Role Educational Qualification Experience • • • Land Information System projects Should have contributed in at least one Web GIS project Module Leaders (2) Any 3 Graduation/3 years total Year Diploma in from Recognized University/Board experience <Mention or No> Yes from UGC <Mention or No> Yes from UGC <Mention or No> Yes Experience Page 178 of 191 . Role Educational Qualification Experience • • • • • Project Manager (1 No) BE/BTech/MCA/MSc Recognized University 5 years total experience in IT 2 years experience in the capacity of Project Manager Should have handled at least two Web based application development projects 2.CLR. The list provided below contain only the core team members and for executing the project. Please Note that the qualifications mentioned are “minimum qualifications” and higher qualifications are always welcome. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution Against each item mentioned in the compliance matrix.

Role Educational Qualification Experience • • • <Mention or No> Yes experience Database Design / Administration.CLR. Role Educational Qualification Experience • • • • Software Testing Expert Any Graduation/3 Year Diploma from Recognized University/Board 4 years total experience in software testing 2 year experience in testing web based development projects Database Expert Any 5 Graduation/3 years total and Year Diploma in from Recognized University/Board <Mention or No> Yes 5. Madhya Pradesh Sr. Maintenance Tuning • 1 year experience of in design / administration databases large GIS Performance Page 179 of 191 .No. Gwalior. Team Member with Required RFP for WebGIS Solution Qualification and Complied? (Yes/No/Not required) developing enterprise web based project • 1 year experience at the capacity of Module Lead / Project Lead in web based development projects Experience 4.

Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution ANNEXURE VI: INDICATIVE QUANTITIES FOR IT INFRASTRUCTURE Page 180 of 191 . Gwalior.CLR.

CLR, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh

RFP for WebGIS Solution

In order to give a basic idea about the IT Infrastructure quantities involved in the work to the bidders, a table containing indicative quantities of the IT Infrastructure is given below. Bidders should note that the list provided may not contain all the items required to provide the required solution. The figures mentioned are merely indicative and actual quantities will have to be worked out by the bidder himself to arrive at his cost as per his proposed solution. Bidders also should note that the list does not contain quantities for the development of Non-IT infrastructure (like flooring, ceiling, access control system, air-conditioning etc.), which are also included in the scope of work

1.
Sr. No

Indicative quantities for IT Infrastructure
Item Total Unit Data Center (CLR HO) DR Site Admi n Site (CLR HO) IT Centre s at User Locatio ns

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Database Servers GIS/Application/Web Servers Domain and ADS Server E-Mail and Proxy Server Antivirus – AntiSpyWare Server Backup and Restore Server NMS Server OS for Servers Database Platform (Oracle 10g spatial or higher)

3 5 3 2 2 4 2 21 As required

Nos Nos Nos Nos Nos Nos Nos Nos Qua d Core CPU s

2 3 2 1 1 2 1 12 As required

1 2 1 1 1 2 1 9 As required

-

10

Database Cluster (Oracle 10g or higher Real Application

As required

Qua d Core

As required

As required

-

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CLR, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh Sr. No Item Total Unit Data Center (CLR HO)

RFP for WebGIS Solution DR Site Admi n Site (CLR HO) IT Centre s at User Locatio ns

Cluster) 11 Web GIS Server Platform for Application/WebGIS servers 12 Any other Tools (GIS or Non-GIS), Utilities, Software, Updates, Patches etc. required for successful implementation, administration,, running and maintenance of the solution including management of State Data Centre 13 14 15 16 17 User CALs (If required / as applicable) Blade Server Enclosures External Storage Tape Library Backup Tape Library Bar coded cartridge with 400 GB Uncompressed capacity 18 19 20 21 22 24 port SAN Switch 24 port Giga Switch Hardware Load Balancer Firewall Intrution Detection 4 6 4 4 4 4 2 2 60 2,050 As required As required

CPU s Qua d Core CPU s LS As required As required As required As required -

Nos. 20 Nos. Nos. Nos. Nos. 2 1 1 30 2 1 1 30 2,030 -

Nos. Nos. Nos. Nos. Nos.

2 4 2 2 2

2 2 2 2 2

-

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CLR, Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh Sr. No Item Total Unit Data Center (CLR HO)

RFP for WebGIS Solution DR Site Admi n Site (CLR HO) IT Centre s at User Locatio ns

System 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 Intrusion Prevention System 24 Port Manageable Switch 24 Port Patch Panel CAT6 UTP Cable Information Outlets 7 feet Patch Cord 3 feet Patch Chord 7 feet Crossover Patch Chord 2" Casing Capping (Meters) 2" C Class GI Pipe (Meters) 1" Casing Capping (Meters) 1" C Class GI Pipe (Meters) All in One A3 Color Laser Printer All in one A3 B/W Laser Printer A0 Size Color Plotter A0 size Wide Format 1 1 Nos. Nos. 1 1 381 Nos. 1 380 1 Nos. 5,125 Nos. 50 1 5,075 30,750 Nos. 5,125 Nos. 50 300 30,450 5,075 61,500 Nos. 600 60,900 382 1,02,500 2,050 2,050 2,050 1 Nos. Mtrs . Nos. 20 Nos. 20 Nos. 20 Nos. 1 2,030 2,030 2,030 2 380 1,000 1,01,50 0 382 Nos. 2 380 4 Nos. 2 2 -

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2 2 2 Nos. 2 4 2 4 Nos. of C13 and 4 nos. 16A. Nos. of C19 type sockets and IEC C20 input type with minimum 10 ft cable 45 Rack PDU basic using zero U space. of C13 and 4 nos. Madhya Pradesh Sr. 20 nos. 1 1 380 - Page 184 of 191 . 20 nos. 2 2 1 381 Nos. vertical mount. of C19 type sockets and IEC C20 input type with minimum 10 ft cable 46 16 Port KVM Switch (IP Based Switch) 4 Nos. Gwalior. vertical mount. 2 1 4 2 1 4 Nos. No Item Total Unit Data Center (CLR HO) RFP for WebGIS Solution DR Site Admi n Site (CLR HO) IT Centre s at User Locatio ns Scanner 39 40 41 LCD Video Projector Desktop Video Conferencing Equipment 1U Rack Mountable 17” TFT with integrated Keyboard and TrackPoint/TouchPad along with appropriate cables/connectors to connect to KVM Switches at MCGM 42 43 44 42U Rack for Servers 42U Rack for Network Rack PDU basic using zero U space. 230V. 230V.CLR. 32A. Nos. Nos.

2 1 1 1 - Page 185 of 191 . Nos. Nos. Nos. Nos. of Universal Socket Reliable UPS and battery with capacity of either 4 hours back up or 20minutes backup and Generator backup 382 382 382 Nos. Madhya Pradesh Sr. Modular and 42U Rack mountable UPS 3 6 2 Nos. 2 2 2 380 380 380 54 55 56 50 KVA DG Set Network Management System The State Data Centre and Disaster Recovery Site shall be connected through leased line (1:1 ratio) of required bandwidth (minimum 4 Mbps) configured for 2 1 2 Nos. Nos.CLR. Gwalior. No Item Total Unit Data Center (CLR HO) RFP for WebGIS Solution DR Site Admi n Site (CLR HO) IT Centre s at User Locatio ns 47 KVM cables (Must be USB type/PS2 type as per the Server/Hardware at MCGM) 64 Nos. Nos. 3 6 2 - 51 52 53 9U Rack with 800mm depth 5A Rack PDU with 5 Nos. 32 32 - 48 49 50 IT Enclosure Grounding Kit Rack Mountable Blank Tray 30 kVA N+1 Redundant.

Indicative Non-IT Infrastructure development involved The scope of work also includes design. 3.030 642 Nos 1 1 640 2 Nos. No Item Total Unit Data Center (CLR HO) RFP for WebGIS Solution DR Site Admi n Site (CLR HO) IT Centre s at User Locatio ns VPN and synchronous data mirroring between State Data Centre and Disaster Recovery Site to provide required functionality and service levels. 1 1 2 Nos. installation. 1 1 - 2.No 1. testing and commissioning of the following work 2.050 Nos. Madhya Pradesh Sr. configuration. Gwalior. 20 2. 57 58 59 60 SAN based Data Mirroring software Multi-protocol Router for SAN Based Mirroring Biometric Device integrated with Desktop Enterprise Antivirus & AntiSpyware Software 2.CLR. 2. Item Civil Work required including all civil work required for installation of all infrastructure Flooring Raised Flooring for Server Area Page 186 of 191 .1 Non-IT Infrastructure development for State Data Centre and Admin Site Sr.

13. 8. 10. Gwalior. 9. 2. 6. 12. 14. 7. Item False Ceiling Furniture in Admin Area and Interiors Electrical Work Lighting Surveillance System Access Control System Precision Air Conditioning System for Server Room Air Conditioning for Non-Server Operational Area Fire and Smoke Detection System Automatic Fire Suppression System Water Leak Detection System Insects/Pests/Rodents Repellent System Protection against rats RFP for WebGIS Solution 2. Madhya Pradesh Sr. 13. 16. 9.CLR. 11. 7. 4. Non-IT Infrastructure development for Disaster Recovery Site Item Civil Work required including all civil work required for installation of all infrastructure Raised Flooring for Server Area False Ceiling Furniture in Admin Area Electrical Work including earthing Lighting Surveillance System Access Control System Precision Air Conditioning System for Server Room Air Conditioning for Non-Server Operational Area Fire and Smoke Detection System Automatic Fire Suppression System Water Leak Detection System Insects/Pests/Rodents Repellent System Protection against rats Page 187 of 191 . 3. 5.No 1.No 4. 14. 5. 10. 6. 11.2 Sr. 15. 12. 8. 15.

Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution 2. 9. 4. 2. Item Civil Work required including all civil work required for installation of all infrastructure Flooring Furniture in Admin/User Area Seating for Public Customer Waiting Area All Electrical Work Lighting UPS and Battery Access Control System Air Conditioning for Operational Area Fire Fighting System Page 188 of 191 . 3. 6. 7.CLR.3 Non-IT Infrastructure development for each of the IT Centres at user locations Sr. Gwalior.No 1. 8. 5. 10.

Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution ANNEXURE VII: FORMAT FOR BANK GUARANTEE Page 189 of 191 . Gwalior.CLR.

Office of the Commissioner. Guarantee No. Land Records & Settlement (MP)" Page 190 of 191 . Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution Bank Guarantee Format <On Rs100/. This guarantee is issued subject to the condition that the liability of the bank under this bank guarantee is limited to a maximum of Rupees <Amount in words> and the guarantee shall remain in full force up to <To Date> and can not to be invoked otherwise than by a written demand claim under this guarantee served on the bank on or before <To Date>.CLR. and amongst other places a branch at <Branch Name> (hereinafter referred to as "the Bank" which expression shall include its successors and assignees so as to bind ourselves.<Amount in Figures>/From <From Date> to <To Date> (Both dates inclusive) This deed of guarantee executed by the <Name of the bank> having its Head Office at <Head office place>. Office of the Commissioner. Office of the Commissioner. Commissioner Land Records and Settlement. Moti Mahal. <Name of the Bank> Branch <Name of the Branch> our registered office at <Registered Office Address> are bound up to "Dy. Commissioner. Gwalior. Land Records & Settlement (MP). Gwalior. KNOW ALL MEN by these Presents that WE. our successors and assignees) in favour of "Dy.Stamp Paper> <Name of the Bank with Address> To Dy. Commissioner. Commissioner. BG for Rs<Amount in Figures> in f/o "Dy. Land Records & Settlement (MP)" Whereas <Name of the Bidder> has submitted its bid dated <Bid Date> for <Name of the work as per tender> as per tender dated <Tender date>. Amount of Guarantee Guarantee cover : : : <Bank Guarantee Reference Number> Rs. Madhya Pradesh – 474 007 Dear Sir. Gwalior (MP)" (hereinafter referred to as "the Beneficiary") for an amount not exceeding Rs (Rupees <Amount in words>) at the request of <Name of the Bidder> (hereinafter referred to as "the Bidder").

WE undertake to pay to the “Dy.CLR. the Bank binds itself.bank thereby. Notwithstanding anything contained herein the Bank's liability under this Guarantee shall be restricted to Rs <Amount in words> and the Guarantee shall remain in force only up to <date> after which date the bank shall be discharged from all liabilities under this Guarantee. This guarantee will remain in force as specified in Clause <respective clause number in the tender> of the Bid document and any demand in respect thereof should reach the Bank not. The Bank does hereby declare that Shri. Commissioner. its successors and assigns by these presents. <Year in words> For <Name of the Bank> <Signature in full> Name: <Name of the person signing on behalf of bank> Phone: <Telephone Number> Fax: <Fax Number> e-mail: <e-mail address> Address in Full: <Address of the branch in full> Page 191 of 191 . Dated the <date in words> day of <Month in words>. <Name of bank’s the authorized person with employee code and designation> is authorized to sign this Guarantee on behalf of the bank and to bind the . Gwalior. Office of the Commissioner. Madhya Pradesh RFP for WebGIS Solution (herein after called “The Purchaser”) in the sum of Rs <Amount in words> for which payment will and truly to be made to the said Purchaser. Land Records & Settlement (MP)” up to the above amount upon receipt of its first written demand. without the Purchaser having to substantiate its demand. later than <date>.

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