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Czechia-České Budějovice: Diagnostic agents
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Supply of validated diagnostics for blood image testing with differential leukocyte budget and reticulocyte testing with a loan of two haematological analysers to Nemocnice Budějovice
The subject of the contract is the supply of validated diagnostics for blood image testing with differential leukocytes budget and the examination of reticulocytes with a loan of two haematological analysers to Nemocnice České Budějovice, a.s., Pracoviště haematology.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
The contracting authority requires suppliers to prove in their electronic tender, in accordance with Section 77(1) of the Act, that they have fulfilled their professional capacity, i.e. an extract from the commercial register, if the supplier is registered in it.
The contracting authority does not require it.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
An application to the ÚOHS is subject to the submission of objections to the contracting authority, which must be served within 15 days of the date on which the complainant became aware of the alleged infringement of the Act by the contracting authority, but no later than the conclusion of the contract or the time when the contest is deemed to have been completed after the selection of the proposal.
Objections to acts announced in documents which the contracting authority is legally obliged to publish or send to the complainant must be delivered to the contracting authority within 15 days of their publication or delivery to the complainant.
Where a time limit for the submission of requests to participate is laid down in the procurement procedure, objections to the conditions relating to the supplier’s qualifications must be received by the contracting authority at the latest by the end of that period.
If a time limit for the submission of tenders is laid down in a procurement procedure, objections to the procurement documents must reach the contracting authority no later than the end of that period; in the case of negotiated procedures with publication, objections to the procurement documents must be received by the contracting authority no later than the closing date for the submission of indicative tenders.
Objections to the voluntary notification of the intention to conclude a contract under Section 212(2) of the Act must be notified to the Contracting Authority within 30 days of the publication of this notice.
The contracting authority is obliged to deal with the objections within 15 days. The application must be served on both the ÚOHS and the contracting authority within 10 days of the date on which the complainant received the decision rejecting the opposition by the contracting authority or, if the contracting authority did not decide on the objections, within 25 days of the sending of the opposition.
After the conclusion of a specific contract or framework agreement, only an application for an order prohibiting performance of the contract may be brought, even without prior objection. The application for an order prohibiting performance of the contract shall be sent by the applicant to the ÚOHS and in a copy to the contracting authority within 1 month of the date on which the contracting authority published the contract award notice in accordance with Section 212(2) of the Act, stating the reason for the award of the contract without publication of a contract notice, prior notice or invitation to tender in a simplified below-threshold procedure, but no later than 6 months after the conclusion of the contract. The applicant shall notify the ÚOHS and, in a copy, the contracting authority within 1 month of the date on which the contracting authority publishes notice of the conclusion of the contract on the basis of a framework agreement pursuant to Section 137 of the Act or a notice of the conclusion of a contract in a dynamic purchasing system pursuant to Section 142 of the Act, but no later than 6 months after the conclusion of the contract, to impose a prohibition on performance of the contract pursuant to Section 254(1)(d) of the Act.
Within the time limit for receipt of the application, the applicant is required to lodge a deposit of 1 % of the applicant’s tender price for the entire period of performance of the contract or for the first four years of performance in the case of contracts of indefinite duration, but not less than CZK 50 000 and not more than CZK 10 000 000, into the account of the ÚOHS. In the event that the applicant is not in a position to determine the total price of the offer, he is obliged to lodge a security of CZK 100 000. In the event of an application for an order prohibiting performance of the contract, the applicant is obliged to lodge a security of CZK 200 000. In the case of a procedure for reviewing the procedure for the award of concessions, the applicant must lodge a deposit of 1 % of the estimated value of the concession published in the Public Procurement Bulletin or on the contracting authority’s profile on the account of the ÚOHS within the time limit for receipt of the application, but not less than CZK 50 000 but not exceeding CZK 10 000 000. In the event that the contracting authority does not publish in the Public Procurement Bulletin or on the contracting authority’s profile the estimated value of the concession, the applicant is obliged to lodge a security of CZK 100 000. In the case of a proposal to prohibit the performance of the concession contract, the applicant is obliged to lodge a security of CZK 200 000.