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Denmark-Copenhagen K: End-to-end Implementation and Operation of the European Ground Motion Service (EGMS)
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
End-to-end Implementation and Operation of the European Ground Motion Service (EGMS)
The overall purpose of this call for tenders is the end-to-end implementation and operation of the European Ground Motion Service (EGMS). The EEA has been entrusted to implement the EGMS, as part of the Copernicus Land Monitoring Service’s (CLMS) product portfolio. EGMS will provide ground motion time-series information with full spatial and temporal resolution based on interferometric analysis of Sentinel-1 radar data. The EGMS shall provide consistent, regular and reliable information regarding natural and anthropogenic ground motion phenomena all over Europe. The main objective is to measure ground and infrastructure displacements, including, for example, landslides and subsidence. The EGMS will also provide tools for visualisation, interactive data exploration and user uptake elements for further ground investigations. Furthermore, it will serve as a European baseline service on top of which national, regional or local add-on services can be built.
All services shall mainly be performed at the future contractor’s own premises, with occasional meetings at the EEA’s premises in Copenhagen, depending on the requirements of each specific contract.
The EGMS shall provide ground motion time-series information with full spatial and temporal resolution based on interferometric analysis of Sentinel-1 radar data over land areas of the EEA member and cooperating countries. Ground motion products provided by the Copernicus Land Monitoring Service shall be updated every 12 months.
The service will be consistent, standardised, interoperable, and harmonised across national borders supporting European and national level policies. Targeted application areas are mainly within natural risk mapping and asset management. The EGMS will enable uptake and downstream action for the benefit of end user communities including geological surveys, road, railway and mining administrations, regulators and planners, public authorities at European, national, regional and municipality level, citizens of EEA39, industry and academia.
Further detailed information, including description of the main tasks to be performed under the contract, is provided in section I.3) of the tender specifications and in Annexes 8 and 9 thereof.
Copernicus — Regulation (EU) No 377/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 3 April 2014 (OJ L 122, 24 April 2014, p. 44).
The estimated budget of the framework service contract ranges between a total of EUR 5 500 000 to EUR 6 500 000 over a maximum period of 48 (forty-eight) months, covering all services and tasks listed in section I.3) of the tender specifications.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
As specified in sections 2.1 and 184.108.40.206 of the tender specifications.
As specified in section 1.6 of the tender specifications.
Section IV: Procedure
At the EEA's premises, Kongens Nytorv 6, 1050 Copenhagen K, DENMARK.
Representatives of tenderers (1 per tenderer) are allowed to participate in the opening session (via Teams meeting if the current situation continues). They are requested to inform EEA's procurement services in advance and at the latest by 31 August 2020 (16.00) by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Section VI: Complementary information
Tenderers may download the procurement document and any additional information from the eTendering website: https://etendering.ted.europa.eu/cft/cft-display.html?cftId=6489
This website will be updated regularly and it is the tenderers' responsibility to check for update and modifications during the tendering procedure.
During the 3 years following the entry into force of the framework service contract, the EEA reserves the right to exercise the option of conducting a negotiated procedure without prior publication of a contract notice for new services with the future contractor awarded the framework service contract, in accordance with point (e) of the second subparagraph of point 11.1 of Annex I to the Financial Regulation.
Within 2 months of the notification to the plaintiff (date of receipt) or, in the absence thereof, the day when the person concerned had knowledge of the relevant information, an appeal may be lodged with the Court of Justice of the European Union.