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Norway-Kleppe: Computer equipment and supplies
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Framework agreement for portable PCs with accessories for schools and nurseries in Klepp municipality
Klepp Municipality is located in Rogaland and has more than 20,000 inhabitants. More general information about the contracting authority can be found at www.klepp.kommune.no.
The framework agreement concerns the purchase of portable PCs with accessories for schools and nurseries in Klepp municipality. The bulk of the products that the Contracting Authority purchases are described in the requirements specifications. The Contracting Authority reserves the right to purchase other products that are naturally related.
The Contracting Authority estimates the scope of the contract to be approx. NOK 10 million during the contract period. Maximum NOK 15 million.
Other products that are described in the requirements specifications and in the price form will follow the same pricing mechanism as the requested volume products.
The Contracting Authority requires that parts of the delivery work with the Contracting Authority¨s existing technical platform. The individual points where Contracting Authority's requirements regarding this appear are referred to in Annex 1 Requirements Specifications.
A further description of the delivery assignment can be found in Annex 1 Requirement Specifications.
Planned commencement for the contract is 1 March 2023.
The contract will be valid for 3 (three) years from the start-up date. The contract can be renewed for 1 (one) year. The contract renews automatically for 1 (one) year unless cancelled by the contracting authority with three months notice prior to the renewal date.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
A company registration certificate shall be enclosed with the tender.
Key financial figures. See the minimum requirements for more details.
Tenderers must have sufficient financial capacity to carry out the assignment/contract. Good solidity is required. The contracting authority will collect credit rating via Proff Forvalt Credit Information Company www.forvalt.no. The minimum score acceptable is 'satisfactory' within two of the following criteria: liquidity, profitability and solvency, cf. Proff Forvalt's ranking and/or minimum B on the analysis Probability of Bankruptcy. Tenderers are expected to have familiarised themselves with recorded information about the company and on submitting the tender consents that this information will be obtained and form the basis of the assessment of the tenderer’s economic situation. If the supplier knows that the requirement regarding the financial capacity to carry out the contract cannot be met via the credit information as specified above, this can be compensated for by the parent company or bank guarantee.
Experience from similar assignments. Controlling and tracking the supplier chain and environmental measures.
Requirement: Tenderers are required to have experience from equivalent assignments Documentation requirement: Enclose a list 3 deliveries or services performed that are comparable with this assignment. This shall include the name of the customer, value of the assignment, date of the assignment and the name of a contact person at the reference, with an email address and telephone number. The references shall not be older than 3 years. (References will be contacted if necessary)
Tenderers must have a system for managing and tracking the supply chain. Documentation requirement: Description of the tenderer's system for monitoring and tracking in the supplier chain.
Requirement: Tenderers must use environmental management measures whilst implementing the contract. Documentation: Description of environmental management measures. A self-declaration regarding the environmental system, Annex 4 of the tender documentation, can be used as documentation. Is the company certified in accordance with e.g. EMAS or ISO14001, certificates thereof are accepted as documentation.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information