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Poland-Olsztyn: Pharmaceutical products
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: https://platformazakupowa.pl/pn/poliklinika_olsztyn
Address of the buyer profile: https://platformazakupowa.pl/pn/poliklinika_olsztyn
Section II: Object
Supply of medicinal products
The subject of the contract is the supply of medicinal products.
A detailed description of the subject of the contract is set out in Annex 2 to the tender specifications, a price form.
SP ZOZ MSWiA of the WMCO in Olsztyn, Al. Polish Army 37, 10-228 Olsztyn
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
The contracting authority requires that the Contractor is authorised to carry out the activities covered by the contract, i.e. authorisation to operate a pharmaceutical wholesale outlet or a manufacturing authorisation if the Contractor is the manufacturer or, as the case may be, in the case of a contract warehouse operator, authorisation to conduct a warehouse with medicinal products authorised under the Pharmaceutical Law Act.
The contracting authority does not define the specific condition of participation in the procedure. The contracting authority shall only require a declaration of compliance with the conditions for participation in the procedure in the form of a single European order document (Part IV, section A).
In accordance with the Annexes to the Specifications, specimen contracts
Section IV: Procedure
Tenders will be opened at the seat of the Contracting Authority (Al. Polish Army 37, 10-228 OLSZTYN in the Conference in the “D” Building, 2nd floor
Section VI: Complementary information
I. The contracting authority requires a tendering security of the amount indicated in the ToR (Chapter 14).
II. The contracting authority provides for the use of the so-called ‘reverse’ procedure in accordance with Article 24aa of the Public Procurement Act.
III. The contracting authority shall not provide for the complementary contracts referred to in Article 67 (1). 1 points 6 and 7 of the Public Procurement Act and Article 134 6 clause 3.
IV. The contracting authority states that it does not intend to conclude a framework agreement, does not intend to establish a dynamic purchasing system, does not provide for the use of an electronic auction.
V. The contracting authority shall exclude contractors from the proceedings on the basis of the conditions laid down in Article 24 (1). 1 points 12 to 23 and Article 24 5 points 1 and 8 of the Public Procurement Act.
VI. In order to demonstrate that there are no grounds for exclusion, the Contracting Authority shall request the contractors to lodge JEDZ (preliminary statements) and documents referred to in § 5 (1) to (6) and (9) and (10) of the Regulation of the Minister for Development of 26.7.2016 on the types of documents that the contracting authority may require from the contractor in the procurement procedure.
VII. In order to demonstrate the fulfilment of the conditions for participation in the proceedings, the contracting entity shall ask the contractors to lodge ONE (preliminary statements),
VIII. Economic operators established outside the Republic of Poland in place of the documents referred to in § 5 (1) to (6) and (9) of the Order of the Minister for Development of 26.7.2016 on the types of documents that the contracting authority may request from the contractor in the procurement procedure, shall submit the documents referred to in Articles 7 and 8 of that Regulation.
IX. Details of the documents referred to above and of the other documents requested in the proceedings are set out in the Tender Specifications.
A. The contracting authority states that it has an account for electronic invoicing to the PEF expert, enabling the Contractor to submit an electronic invoice.
Internet address: http://www.uzp.gov.pl
1. The appeal shall be lodged with the Chairman of the National Board of Appeal within 10 days of the date on which the contracting authority is informed of the contracting act giving rise to the appeal, if it has been sent in the manner laid down in Article 180 (1). 5 of the second PHP, or within 15 days if they have been sent by other means. 2. An appeal shall be lodged within 10 days of the publication of the notice in the Official Journal of the European Union or on the specification of the relevant contract terms on the website, in respect of the content of the contract notice and the provisions of the tender specifications. 3. An appeal against an act other than those referred to in points 1 and 2 shall be lodged within 10 days of the date on which the act or exercise of due diligence may have been brought to the knowledge of the facts giving rise to the appeal. 4. The appeal shall be lodged with the President of the National Chamber of Appeal either in paper form or in electronic form, duly signed by hand or by a qualified electronic signature. 5. If the contracting authority did not send a notice of choice to the Contractor in spite of such an obligation, the appeal shall be lodged no later than the following date: (1) 30 days after the date of publication in the Official Journal of the European Union of the contract award notice 2) 6 months from the day of the conclusion of the contract if the contracting authority has not published a contract award notice in the Official Journal of the European Union. 6. The appellant shall forward a copy of the appeal to the Contracting Authority before the expiry of the time-limit for bringing an appeal in such a way that it can take note of its contents before the expiry of that period. 7. The decision of the National Board of Appeal shall be open to the parties and to the participants in the appeal. The action shall be brought before the district court with jurisdiction over the contracting authority’s registered office or place of residence. The complaint is lodged via the President of the National Board of Appeal within 7 days of service of the decision by sending a copy of the application to the opponent.