Denmark-Aarhus: Computer support and consultancy services
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: http://www.au.dk
Section II: Object
Typo 3 Development
The content of this Call for tenders is concerning finding a TYPO 3 supplier to maintain and develop AU’s CMS.
The content of this call for tenders is concerning finding a TYPO 3 supplier to maintain and develop AU’s CMS.
It is important that the supplier is able to both maintain and further develop our website in TYPO3 CMS. Quick and thorough support and initiatives for further development of TYPO3 is important to us.
We wish for the supplier to handle:
— development and maintenance of existing plugins,
— technical second level support and debugging,
— counselling regarding security issues,
— counselling regarding overall technical architecture,
2 x 12 months.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
No requirements for economic and financial standing.
Organizations that are to be considered in the tender call must meet the following demands:
1) Have a minimum of 4 permanently employed TYPO3 backend developers:
(i) permanently employed means employees employed within the same company,
(ii) Typo 3 backend developers; developers with a minimum of 4 years full-time experience with Typo 3 backend.
2) Are able to communicate in English, both orally and written.
Ad 1 i.) Within the same company means company with the same VAT-number. If the tenderer is a consortium, the minimum of 4 developers must be in the same company. To the extent that the Tenderer relies on other undertakings’ technical capacity, this undertaking must provide the minimum of 4 developers.
The tenderer must have a minimum of four (4) permanently employed TYPO3 backend developers.
CSR conditions in paragraph 10 of the framework contract.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
In 4 years.
Internet address: https://naevneneshus.dk/
Appeals regarding the award of the contract must be received by the Complaints Board for Public Procurement 45 days from the day following date of the publication of the Contracting Authority's notice in the Official Journal of the European Union that the Contracting Authority has entered into a contract.
The Contracting Authority must hold a mandatory standstill period of 10 or 15 calendar days from the day following the day on which the Contracting Authority forwarded a notice to the tenderers regarding the contract award.
If the notification has been made by electronic means (email), the Contracting Authority shall at the earliest enter into a contract after the expiry of a standstill period of 10 calendar days.
If the notification has been sent by email, the Contracting Authority shall at the earliest enter into the contract after 15 calendar days.
If the appeal is received by the Complaints Board for Public Procurement before the expiry of the standstill period, the appeal will automatically have temporary suspensive effect until the Complaints Board for Public Procurement has taken a decision on whether the appeal should have suspensive effect or not.
At the latest concurrently with submission of an appeal to the Complaints Board for Public Procurement, the complainant must inform the Contracting Authority of the alleged infringement, and whether the appeal is to be referred to the board.
Internet address: http://www.kfst.dk
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