Para más información sobre licitaciones relacionadas con las necesidades de equipos médicos, consulte nuestra página dedicada a la COVID-19.
La Conferencia sobre el Futuro de Europa le ofrece la oportunidad de compartir sus ideas y conformar el futuro de Europa. ¡Denos su opinión!
Norway-Hammerfest: Time accounting or human resources software package
Voluntary ex ante transparency notice
Section I: Contracting authority/entity
Section II: Object
ERP-system — Continuation of Contracts after the Municipality Merger
Hammerfest and Kvalsund kommuner [municipalities] will merge to become one municipality. The new municipality will be called Hammerfest kommune [municipality]. Both of the municipalities have previously procured the ERP system from Visma Unique AS. The Contracting Authority considered it to be appropriate to continue the contract with Visma Unique AS in a combined contract that comes into effect from 1.1.2020 in the new municipality.
The contract has a value of 1 500 000 NOK per year.
Any appeals to the contract formation should be sent to email@example.com by 19.6.2019, 12:00.
The contract will mainly involve a continuation of an existing contract relationship. Any possible replacement of supplier will require extra resources for training and conversion, and the replacement of supplier may mean that implementation and conversion will not be completed at the time of the merger, something that will be critical for the municipality.
Section IV: Procedure
In a letter dated 28.2.2018, the Ministry of Local Government and Modernisation stated that the legal procurement principles and legal practices do not impose any injunction against the continuation of contracts when there are changes in the municipal structure and a change of municipal name when merging. This means that it is the framework in the procurement regulations that otherwise indicates which changes can be made in ongoing contracts for municipalities that are merging.
For contracts over the EEA threshold value, § 28-1 of the procurement regulations states the changes that are permitted in the existing contract, while § 28-2 states what will be considered significant changes and which are therefore not allowed under the procurement regulations.
The most relevant are:
— § 28-1 (1) letter c): For certain additional deliveries from the original supplier, when the price rise does not exceed 50 % of the original contract value (N.B. Specific conditions must be met),
— § 28-1 (1) letter d): In unforeseen circumstances such as an attentive Contracting Authority could not foresee, when the price increase does not exceed 505 of the original contract value (N.B. Specific conditions must be met),
— § 28-1 (1) letter b): When the value of the amendment does not exceed the EEA threshold values and at the same tie does not exceed 10 % of the original goods contract/service contract (15 % for building and construction contracts). However, there is a requirement that the general character of the procurement does not changed. Where multiple changes are made one after the other, the price increase must be calculated on the basis of the combined price increase that results from all of the changes.
Section V: Award of contract/concession
Section VI: Complementary information