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Poland-Warsaw: Framework Contract (FWC) for the Supply of Service Weapons (Compact 9 x 19 mm Semi-automatic Pistol), Ammunition and Accessories
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Framework Contract (FWC) for the Supply of Service Weapons (Compact 9 x 19 mm Semi-automatic Pistol), Ammunition and Accessories
The scope of this procurement procedure is to award framework contract(s) for the supply of service weapons (compact 9 x 19 mm semi-automatic pistol), accessories and related services and their ammunition for use by
The European Border and Coast Guard standing corps. The tender procedure is divided in the following 2 lots:
• Lot 1: compact 9 x 19 mm semi-automatic pistol, accessories and training;
• Lot 2: ammunition.
Compact 9 x 19 mm Semi-automatic Pistol, Accessories and Training
Lot 1: compact 9 x 19 mm semi-automatic pistol, accessories and training, including the following set of supplies, and services:
— compact 9 x 19 mm semi-automatic pistols including cleaning kit, pistol’ s case, and owner’s manual and other documentation;
— pistol spare parts kits;
— armorer’s tools sets.
— three magazines for each pistol;
— holsters sets for the semi-automatic 9 x 19 mm pistols;
— manuals and other documentation for the accessories, where applicable.
— training for armorers;
— training for shooting instructors.
The duration of the framework contract(s) is two (2) years with the possibility to prolong it maximum one (1) time for another period of two (2) years and on the same conditions. The total duration, including prolongation, is 4 years.
Lot 2: Ammunition, including the following supplies:
— 9 x 19 mm Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) ammunition;
— 9 x 19 mm deformation ammunition.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information