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Czechia-Prague: Software development services
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: https://operatorict.cz/
Address of the buyer profile: https://zakazky.operatorict.cz/
Section II: Object
Developing, operating and developing intermodal route planners
The contract covers the development, operation and development of the software “Intermodal journey planner”. These are software solutions that will ensure search and optimisation of the transport route, with the possibility to combine different types of passenger and public transport within a single route, taking into account the actual traffic situation, parking facilities in a modular design, a demonstrated progressive expansion of the search for a combination of other modes of transport, import of other providers of mobility services and the distribution of the territory covered by a search.
The subject of the performance of the contract shall include:
software development, including the supply of source codes and documentation;
the integration of data kits into software,
(c) The service of the service,
development of software;
(e) Migrations of software on the sponsor’s infrastructure and training.
For more details see the Tender Document (TD).
Registered office of the contractor
For more details see TD.
Section II.2.7) of this form:
A contract for the performance of a contract shall be concluded for an indefinite period. The contracting authority/entity expects the contract to start immediately after the tender procedure. The date referred to in Section II.2.7) of this form is indicative, i.e. the start of performance may occur as a result of the development of the procurement procedure before and after that date.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Pursuant to 77 (1) of the Public Procurement Act
The Contractor shall be required to prove that he has fulfilled his professional competence pursuant to Section 77 (1) of the Public Procurement Act by producing an extract from the commercial register or other similar records, provided that another legal provision requires registration in such a register.
Pursuant to (Article 77 (2) (a) of the Public Procurement Act)
The contractor must prove that he has fulfilled his professional competence pursuant to Section 77 (2) (a) of the Public Procurement Act by presenting an authorisation to conduct a business to the extent corresponding to the subject-matter of the contract, i.e. by producing a trade licence for:
Object of business: Production, trade and services not listed in Annexes 1 to 3 to the Trade Licensing Act;
Field of activity: Provision of software, IT consulting, data processing, hosting and related activities, and web portals.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
Reserved variation of an obligation pursuant to Section 100 (1) of the Public Procurement Act: The contracting authority may not use part of the performance of the contract corresponding to the migration of the software on the grantor’s infrastructure and of training. In such a case, the contracting authority shall notify the Contractor at the latest at the latest when the written withdrawal or written notice is served of the supplier.
Reserved variation of an obligation pursuant to Section 100 (2) of the Public Procurement Act: The contracting authority reserves the right to change the contractor during the performance of the contract in the event of the contracting authority’s withdrawal from the contract for the performance of the contract on the basis of Article 20 (20.2) or Article 20.20.3 of Annex 3 to the TD of the draft contract or in the event of termination or termination of the contract by the contracting authority as a result of the performance of the contract. Section 223 (2) of the Public Procurement Act. For more details see TD.
The contracting authority/entity draws the supplier’s attention to the fact that, following the decision to select a supplier in accordance with Section 104 (a) of the Public Procurement Act calls on the selected contractor to provide a copy of the insurance policy (certificate) covering third-party liability insurance with no less than CZK 10 000 000. For more details see TD.
Internet address: https://www.uohs.cz/
A condition for submitting a proposal to the NCA shall be the lodging of an objection to the contracting authority, which shall be delivered within 15 days of the date on which the complainant became aware of the alleged violation of the Law of the Contracting Party, but not later than the conclusion of the contract or until the contest for the application is deemed to have been terminated following the selection of the application.
Objections to the acts notified to the complainant pursuant to the Act must be delivered to the complainant within 15 days of the date of publication or delivery to the complainant.
If the deadline for submitting requests to participate is set out in the tender procedure, objections to the conditions relating to the supplier’s qualification must reach the contracting authorities at the latest by the expiry of that period.
If the tendering procedure provides for a deadline for the submission of tenders, objections to the invitation to tender must be received by the Contracting Party at the latest by the expiry of that period, in the case of negotiated procedure with publication of a notice of opposition to the contracting authorities at the latest by the expiry of the deadline for the submission of preliminary tenders.
Objections to the voluntary notification of the intention to conclude a contract pursuant to Section 212 (2) of the Act must be delivered to the Contracting Party within 30 days of the date of publication of this notice.
The contracting authority is obliged to process the objections within 15 days. The request must be delivered to the ÚOHS (ÚOHS) and the contracting authority no later than 10 days from the date on which the complainant received the decision by which the contracting authority rejected the opposition or within 25 days from the dispatch of the opposition if it had not taken a decision on the objections.
Once a contract or framework agreement has been concluded, only an application for a prohibition of performance of the contract may be submitted, even without a prior statement of objections. The application for a prohibition on performance of the contract shall be forwarded by the applicant to the ÚOHS and to the contracting entity in a copy no later than 1 months after the date on which the contracting authority published the contract notice in accordance with Section 212 (2) of the Act, stating the reason for the award of the contract without publication of the contract notice, the prior notice or the invitation to tender in the simplified lower limit procedure, but not later than 6 months after the conclusion of the contract. The proposal to impose a prohibition on the performance of the contract pursuant to Section 254 (1) (d) of the Act shall be forwarded by the proposer of the ÚOHS and to the Contracting Party in a copy no later than 1 months from the date on which the contracting authority published the contract notice pursuant to Section 137 of the Act or the contract notice in the dynamic purchasing system pursuant to Section 142 of the Act, but no later than 6 months after the conclusion of the contract.
Within the time-limit for receipt of the application, the claimant is required to sit on behalf of the ÚOHS a security of 1 % of the applicant’s bid for the entire duration of the contract or for the first four years of the performance in the case of permanent contracts, but not less than CZK 50 000 of Czech crowns (CZK). In the event that an applicant cannot establish an overall offer price, he is required to lodge a deposit of CZK 100 000. In the case of an application for a prohibition on performance of the contract, the claimant is required to lodge a deposit of CZK 200 000. In the case of a procedure for reviewing the award procedure, the claimant is required, within the time limit for service of the application, to lodge on behalf of the ÚOHS a security of 1 % of the estimated value of the concession published in the public procurement journal or on the contracting authority’s profile, at least CZK 50 000, at a maximum amount of CZK 10 000 000. If the contracting authority does not publish the estimated value of the concession in the public procurement journal or on the contracting authority’s profile, the claimant is required to lodge a deposit of CZK 100 000. In the case of a proposal to impose a prohibition on the performance of the concession contract, the claimant is required to lodge a deposit of CZK 200 000.