Published: February 6, 2024

Costa Rica Social Protection Board carries out market study

Lottery and Games of Chance providers can participate.

The Social Protection Board of Costa Rica (JPS) extends the invitation for lottery and gambling providers to participate in a market study, as appropriate according to the General Public Procurement Law of Costa Rica. 

The institution encourages companies, lottery and games of chance providers to actively participate in this process, this will allow the analysis of market elements and will contribute to strengthening the requirements and needs for the definition of the Terms and Conditions of a possible future contract. 

With the objective of generating resources for social organizations through the sale of their products, the institution finds itself in the need to implement new alternatives at the national level and carry out market studies, which is how it urges companies to register in this instrument. 

Companies interested in participating in the Market Study must access the following documents prepared by the JPS. 

Detailed information is requested to be submitted before Thursday, February 8, 2024 at 11:59 p.m. 

The Market Study focuses on various aspects, seeking to define the service requirements and needs for the marketing of the Social Protection Board's products at the national level.  

This study covers receiving information on services for the management of fixed points of sale through a technological platform with its maintenance and updating for the administration, marketing and distribution of current products and new games of the Social Protection Board, through the web and online. the points of sale.

For more information, interested parties can contact the emails: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit the links provided. 

Transparency is a fundamental pillar in any preparatory process for a possible public purchase.


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