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Belgium-Brussels: Smart cities and communities information system
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Smart cities and communities information system.
In 2014, with the EU 2030 framework for climate and energy, the EU extended its 2020 commitments to more ambitious targets by 2030:
— lower greenhouse gas emissions by 20 % in 2020 with respect to 1990 and by 40 % in 2030,
— reach a share of renewables of 20 % by 2020 and at least 27 % by 2030,
— increase energy efficiency levels by 20 % in 2020 and 27 % by 2030.
Smart cities and communities projects in the 7th research framework programme and in Horizon 2020 are demonstrating technologies and integrated solutions to contribute to the 2030 targets by the replication of these solutions across the European Union.
In continuation of the predecessor smart cities information system (SCIS) contract C2-2016-463, this present SCIS service contract is to provide expertise to monitor and analyse projects in the fields of smart cities and communities, disseminate lessons learned and issue recommendations.
In continuation of the predecessor smart cities information system (SCIS) contract C2-2016-463, this present SCIS service contract is to provide professional and interdisciplinary scientific expertise from relevant disciplines (e.g. constructional engineering, architecture, economy, urban and energy planning, ICT, monitoring of building and energy infrastructure performance, electro-mobility, renewable energy sources, energy systems integration, key performance indicators and standards, environment, social sciences, business models) to monitor and analyse EU co-financed projects in the fields of smart cities and communities, sustainable energy districts and energy-efficient buildings with respect to European Union energy and climate change policy, as well as other projects including the projects developed in the frame of the European innovation partnership on smart cities and communities.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Participation in this procurement procedure is open on equal terms to all natural and legal persons coming within the scope of the Treaties, as well as to international organisations. It is also open to all natural and legal persons established in a third country which has a special agreement with the Union in the field of public procurement on the conditions laid down in that agreement. Where the multilateral Agreement on Government Procurement concluded within the World Trade Organisation applies, the participation in this procedure is also open to all natural and legal persons established in the countries that have ratified this Agreement, on the conditions it lays down.
The tenderer should bear in mind the provisions of the draft contract which specifies the rights and obligations of the contractor, particularly those on payments, performance of the contract, confidentiality, and checks and audits.
The tender must comply with applicable environmental, social and labour law obligations established by Union law, national legislation, collective agreements or the international environmental, social and labour conventions listed in Annex X to Directive 2014/24/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council.
A joint tender is a situation where a tender is submitted by a group of economic operators (natural or legal persons). Joint tenders may include subcontractors in addition to the members of the group.
In the case of a joint tender, all members of the group assume joint and several liability towards the contracting authority for the performance of the contract as a whole, i.e. both financial and operational liability. Nevertheless, tenderers must designate one of the economic operators as a single point of contact (the leader) for the contracting authority for administrative and financial aspects as well as operational management of the contract.
After the award, the contracting authority will sign the contract either with all members of the group, or with the leader on behalf of all members of the group, authorised by the other members via powers of attorney.
Subcontracting is permitted but the contractor will retain full liability towards the Contracting Authority for performance of the contract as a whole.
Tenderers are required to identify subcontractors whose share of the contract is above 20 % and those whose capacity is necessary to fulfil the selection criteria.
During contract performance, the change of any subcontractor identified in the tender or additional subcontracting will be subject to prior written approval of the contracting authority.
Section IV: Procedure
Directorate-General for Energy, rue Demot 28, office DM24 03/58, 1040 Brussels, BELGIUM.
Tenderers may attend the meeting but be represented by not more than 1 person. At the end of the opening session, the chairperson of the opening committee will indicate the names of the tenderers and the decision concerning the admissibility of each offer received. The prices mentioned in the bids will not be communicated.
Section VI: Complementary information