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Belgium-Brussels: Provision of paediatrics services in the early childhood centres managed by the European Commission in Brussels
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Provision of paediatrics services in the early childhood centres managed by the European Commission in Brussels.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
the tenderer shall enclose with his tender all the documents and information required in point III.1 'Conditions for participation' of this notice and listed in Annex I 'Checklist of documents to be completed and provided' to the tender specifications.
The tenderer shall enclose a duly signed and dated solemn declaration stating that he is not in any of the situations which would exclude him from participating in a contract awarded by the European Union. The solemn declaration must take the form of the template published on the following page, in its entirety: http://ec.europa.eu/oib/procurement_fr.htm
NB: the successful tenderer must, on pain of exclusion, provide the following documentary evidence in support of the solemn declaration prior to signature of the contract.
NB: if tenders are submitted by a grouping, a company, an association, etc., if awarded the contract, the solemn declaration and supporting documents must be submitted separately for each practitioner proposed in the tender.
— have a qualification as a general practitioner and specialising in paediatrics (in the event of an administrative procedure for issuing a pending qualification, the certificate of completion of the specialisation in paediatrics issued by the university is to be submitted),
— registration with the medical association in Belgium.
Section IV: Procedure
Office «Infrastructures et logistique» — Bruxelles (OIB), bâtiment CSM1, Cours Saint-Michel 23 (entrée côté rue Père de Deken), 1040 Bruxelles, BELGIUM.
1 representative per tenderer may attend the opening of tenders (a passport or identity card must be presented). Tenderers wishing to attend must inform Unit OIB.02.002 Public Procurement, in writing (see address details given in point I.1), no later than 2 working days prior to the opening session.
Section VI: Complementary information
36 months after award.
1) The specifications and additional documents (including questions and answers) will be available at the following website: https://etendering.ted.europa.eu/cft/cft-display.html?cftId=1772
Interested parties are invited to register via the website. They will then be notified by the online public procurement system of any updates available for this invitation to tender. Parties not registered on the site are requested to consult it regularly. The Commission cannot be held responsible should tenderers not be aware of any additional information on this invitation to tender given on this website.
The website will be updated regularly; it is the responsibility of tenderers to check for any updates and modifications during the tendering period.
2) During the 3 years following conclusion of the initial contract, the contracting authority may make use of a negotiated procedure, without prior publication of a contract notice for new services involving the repetition of similar services assigned to the party awarded this contract by the contracting authority.
3) Indicative volume for the 4-year contract period: 10 560 hours.
4) For further information on participating in invitations to tender and on the sequence of procedures for public procurement at the OIB, please consult the 'Guide for tenderers' and the brochure 'Doing business with the European Commission', accessible via the link:
within 2 months of the plaintiff being notified or, failing this, of the date on which it became known to them. A complaint made to the European Ombudsman neither suspends this period nor opens a new period for lodging appeals.