Ille-et-Vilaine


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Ille-et-Vilaine

(French ilevilɛn)
n
(Placename) a department of NW France, in E Brittany. Capital: Rennes. Pop: 894 625 (2003 est). Area: 6992 sq km (2727 sq miles)
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Supply of books and documents for the departmental mediatheque and the services of the ille-et-vilaine department - 10 lotslhis agreement has been concluded with minimum and maximum amounts for lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 7 and 9 ; for lots 5, 6, 8 and 10, the consultation has passed without a minimum amount and with a maximum amount.This framework agreement has been made pursuant to articles l2125-1 1 , r.
Guernsey will this week attend the third annual political summit with the Government of Jersey and the departmental council of Ille-et-Vilaine to review ways in which the three jurisdictions have been working together, following a cooperation agreement signed in 2017.
Contract notice: consultation number: 2019-fcs-d35-0016 - acquisition of supplies and small equipment for the restoration and conservation of documents for the ille-et-vilaine departemental archives
Contract notice: supply of electricity for the establishments managed by the department of ille-et-vilaine
Contract notice: organization of catering benefits in the ceremonies, receptions and other benefits for the department of ille-et-vilaine (5 lots) reference number:
Contract notice: printing and finishing of documents for the department of ille-et-vilaine (2 lots)
Contract notice: Administrative assistance for the rsa service in the department of ille-et-vilaine
Contract notice: Administrative assistance for rsa service of ille-et-vilaine department reference number:
Major organization : CCI TERRITORIALE ILLE-ET-VILAINE
Contract notice: unified support and services for the it infrastructures of the department of ille-et-vilaine
Contract notice: consultation number: 2019-fcs-sesr-0001 supply of meteorological data observations and forecasts for the ille-et-vilaine department
According to the DGCCRF, the French importer, headquarted in the Hauts de Seine department, had stocked the sulphur in one of its plants in the Ille-et-Vilaine department in Brittany.