Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: https://permalink.mercell.com/82942744.aspx
Address of the buyer profile: http://www.bergen.kommune.no/
Section II: Object
EEA 027-2017 — Dynamic procurement system for computer centre content
Bergen municipality shall establish a dynamic procurement system for goods and services related to the establishment and maintenance of a computer centre.
More details on dynamic procurement systems are in the public procurement Regulations § 26-4 to § 26-7.
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Everything that is meant to be used in or in close connection with a modern server room/computer centre will be included in the dynamic procurement system.
The system will be split into 2 categories:
Category 1: Equipment for a computer centre.
— Servers, sheet boxes, hyper-converged systems, etc,
— Storage units and back-up systems,
— Switches, routers, network equipment and network cables, firewalls, load balancers, database, appliance boxes, etc,
— Software for operating a server room and equipment in or connected to server rooms,
— Electricity systems and electricity cables, typically UPS (uninterruptible power supply) and PDU (power distribution unit),
— Cooling systems/cooling units and accompanying equipment in the room,
— Sensors (e.g. water, humidity and temperature) and other monitoring equipment suitable for a server room/computer centre,
— Other equipment that has a close connection with the establishment, operation or maintenance of a server room/computer centre,
— Assistance, support, assembly/installation of components and modules procured under the system.
Category 2: Services.
— Consultancy services for planning, calculations and general advice for the establishment of and changes to a server room/computer centre,
— Consultancy services for recommendations and guidance as regards the procurement of equipment for a server room/computer centre,
— Consultancy services for migrating or moving from one computer centre to another and/or expansion from one computer centre to several.
Note that participation in some competitions within category 2 can disqualify tenderers from participation in some later competitions in category 1. This will typically apply if the service is assistance with planning and specifying later procurements.
Further information on the actual system is in the tender documentation, point 1.4.
Use the Mercell communication module if you have questions about this notice. Contact Mercell support for questions about how to submit a request for qualification for participation in the system.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Tenderers must be a legally established company. Documentation requirement: Companies that are registered in the Norwegian Register of Business Enterprises and the VAT Register only need to state their organisation number as documentation. For companies that are not registered in the mentioned registers, the tenderer must submit certificates or confirmation of registration in a branch register or company register as described in the legislation in the country where the tenderer is established (equivalent to a company registration certificate). The certificate must not be issued more than 6 months prior to the tender deadline.
Requirement: Experience from similar assignments. Suppliers are required to have good experience from similar contracts. Documentation: Tenderers must state the 3 most important relevant deliveries in the last 3 years, including their value, date and the contracting authority or recipient. Information on this point is to be given in Mercell.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information