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Norwegen-Oslo: Softwarepaket und Informationssysteme
Abschnitt I: Öffentlicher Auftraggeber
Adresse des Beschafferprofils: https://eu.eu-supply.com/ctm/Company/CompanyInformation/Index/336234
Abschnitt II: Gegenstand
Open tender contest — procurement of an access point
The Norwegian Government Agency for Financial Management (hereafter DFØ) is holding a tender contest with the intention of signing a contract with a supplier of access points. The contract period is 3 (three) years from the date the contract is signed by both parties. The Contracting Authority has an option to extend the contract on the same terms for 1 + 1 years so that the total possible contract length is 5 (five) years. Delivery must be latest 1.6.2018, with a test period up until the start of production on 29.6.2018. The receipt, distribution and conversion of xCBL eCommerce messages shall start as soon as possible after the contract has been signed and put into production latest 1.6.2018.
The Contracting Authority has an option to extend the contract on the same terms for 1 + 1 year.
Abschnitt III: Rechtliche, wirtschaftliche, finanzielle und technische Angaben
Valid tax certificates must be enclosed with the tender. DFØ will assess any tax arrears.
A tax certificate and a VAT certificate shall be presented as confirmation that due taxes and duties have been paid. The certificates shall be issued by the tax collector at the tenderer's place of business and by the tax office in the relevant company's home county. Tenderers with a business address outside of Norway must submit certificates confirming that the tenderer has its taxes and fees in order in their home country. The certificates should not be older than 6 months from the tender deadline.
Wages and working terms for those who contribute to fulfilment of the contract.
Tenderers shall ensure that the employees in their company and others who contribute to fulfilment of the contract do not have worse wages and work conditions than those in tariff agreements, regulations or what is otherwise seen as normal for the relevant profession. This only applies to employees who are directly involved in fulfilling the contract. The management of the company is responsible for complying with this regulation.
Tenderers shall document, via a self-declaration, that the wages and work terms for those who contribute to the fulfilment of the contract, are not contrary to the tariff agreements, regulations or what is otherwise seen as normal for the relevant profession.
Description of the tenderer’s organisation.
Tenderers are required to have a legally established company.
Tenderers shall enclose a description of the tenderer's organisation, company structure, ownership structure and business area. A company registration certificate must be attached.
Satisfactory finances are required to carry out the assignment. A credit appraisal is therefore required, which shall include a credit rating, part judgement and historical rating. The credit rating shall be carried out by a publicly certified credit institution.
The credit rating must not be lower than score A (creditworthy) or equivalent if a different form of score is used (assessment of figures). Tenderers with a rating lower than A or equivalent (i.e. not credit worthy or credit worthy with security) will not be considered.
Tenderers shall enclose a credit rating from a certified credit rating agency. The credit rating shall be based on the last known fiscal figures (Annual Financial Statements 2017/2016). The credit report shall not be older than six months from the tender deadline.
Abschnitt IV: Verfahren
Abschnitt VI: Weitere Angaben