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Ireland-Dublin: Archaeological services
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Archaeological Processing Services for Accession and Storage in the National Museum of Ireland
NMI requires archaeological processing services to sort, pack, document and prepare assemblages from large excavated archaeological collections for accession and storage in the National Museum of Ireland.
The scope of services will also include the completion of risk assessments for the working environment and situation, to ensure the Framework Members personnel, NMI staff, collections and non-collection objects are safe at all times.
The overall project will be managed by staff of NMI’s Irish Antiquities Division and will be based NMI’s Collections Resource Centre, Swords, Co. Dublin. Supervision and guidance of framework personnel will be carried out by the supervisor appointed by the contractor who will liaise with the relevant NMI staff.
The successful tenderer will have professional membership of the Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland or equivalent.
Please consult the associated documentation, which contains full instructions regarding the submission of tenders and is available to download from www.etenders.gov.ie using RFT ID 204191
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
As stated in procurement documents available to download from www.etenders.gov.ie using RFT ID 204191
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
1) Interested parties must register their interest on the eTenders web site (www.etenders.gov.ie) in order to be included on the mailing list for clarifications. All information relating to attachments, including clarifications and changes, will be published on the Irish Government Procurement Opportunities Portal (www.etenders.gov.ie) only. Registration is free of charge. The contracting authority will not accept responsibility for information relayed (or not relayed) via third parties;
2) Suppliers must register their interest on the eTenders web site (www.etenders.gov.ie) in order to be included on the mailing list for clarifications and to respond electronically to the competition. There is a maximum upload limit of 2GB per document on etenders. Documents larger than this should be divided into smaller files prior to upload or zipped.
3) Should you experience difficulty when uploading documents please contact the eTenders Support Desk for technical assistance. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or Telephone: 353 (0) 21 243 92 77 (09:00am – 17:30pm GMT)
4) All queries regarding this tender requirement or process must be submitted through the Irish Government Procurement Opportunities Portal www.etenders.gov.ie (RFT ID:204191) as a specific question. Responses will be circulated to those tenderers that have registered an interest in this notice on www.etenders.gov.ie The details of the person making a query will not be disclosed when circulating the response
5) This is the sole call for competition for this contract/framework.
6) The contracting authority will not be responsible for any costs, charges or expenses incurred by candidates or tenderers.
7) Contract award will be subject to the approval of the competent authorities.
8) It will be a condition of award that the successful tenderer is and remains tax compliant.
9) At its absolute discretion, the contracting authority may elect to terminate this procurement process, the framework agreement or any contract awarded under the framework agreement at any time.
10) Please note in relation to all documents, that where reference is made to a particular standard, make, source, process, trademark, type or patent, that this is not to be regarded as a de facto requirement. In all such cases it should be understood that such indications are to be treated strictly and solely for reference purposes only, to which the words "or equivalent" will always be appended.
11) Without prejudice to the principle of equal treatment, the contracting authority is not obliged to engage in a clarification process in respect of the procurement documents with missing or incomplete information. Therefore, respondents are advised to ensure that they return completed documentation in order to avoid the risk of elimination from the competition.
The framework is covered by the application of the Remedies Directive and the relevant standstill period applied at time of notification.