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Poland-Warsaw: Framework Contract for Procurement of Crisis Management Consultancy
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: www.frontex.europa.eu
Main address: http://frontex.europa.eu/
Section II: Object
Framework Contract for Procurement of Crisis Management Consultancy
The scope of the 4-year-framework contract is to deliver 2 annual crisis management exercises (CME) which shall include a crisis communication component, comprising one fully-fledged exercise and one table top exercise for internal stakeholders, as well as to train Frontex personnel and test organizational preparedness for crises. This shall include the delivery of a briefing to staff involved in exercises, so the annual training sessions to the crisis management teams including support staff and annual awareness session to Frontex staff on crisis management shall be delivered prior the exercise in a timely manner.
Frontex HQ, Warsaw, Poland.
Possible renewal for another 2 years. Renewal will be automatically applied unless one of the parties (the Contractor or Frontex) receives formal notification to the contrary from the other party at least three months before the end of the ongoing duration.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
— The Tenderer must be established as a recognised legal entity and be registered in a relevant professional or trade register. It has to be authorized to perform the prospective contract under the national law of the country it is established (or, in case of consortium, under the national law of the country of the consortium leader). Evidence of that must be provided by submission of a certificate of professional or commercial registration or a certificate of membership of a specific organisation (imposed by the country in which the Tenderer is established). If the Tenderer is not required or permitted to enroll in such a register for reasons of his statute or legal status, an explanation should be provided.
Section IV: Procedure
Tenderers’ representatives are welcome (max. 1 person per Tenderer). Please inform Frontex via e-mail: email@example.com about your participation.
Section VI: Complementary information
Internet address: http://curia.europa.eu
Within 2 months of the notification to the plaintiff, or, in absence thereof, of the day on which it came to the knowledge.