Luxembourg-Luxembourg: EIB - International security services
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: http://www.eib.org
Address of the buyer profile: http://www.eib.org/about/procurement/index.htm
Section II: Object
International security services.
The purpose of this call for tenders is to provide outsourced service provision to cover all of the EIB's security, safety and health needs for all business operations outside of Luxembourg, in line with its business operations and corporate strategy.
This call for tenders is going to be divided into 5 lots as follows:
— lot 1: overseas information and intelligence,
— lot 2: overseas security consultancy,
— lot 3: overseas personnel security and protection services,
— lot 4: emergency evacuation,
— lot 5: training support.
All lots will be awarded at the same time. The submission of tenders for more than 1 lot by 1 tenderer is allowed; however, in that case, the tenderers must submit a tender for each lot separately.
Each lot will be assessed separately.
Overseas information and intelligence
Lot 1 is for the provision of global security and medical information to support the client's operations overseas and to provide bespoke studies on any matter of developing or current security and medical interest.
The duration of the contract and agreements will be established for an initial period of 3 years for all lots.
The contract and agreements may be extended tacitly twice for a period of 1 year each. The maximum duration may therefore extend over a period of 5 years (3+1+1).
Overseas security consultancy
The EIB is expanding its global business travel and missions, some of which will be in higher risk environments.
The EIB has nearly 40 external offices located outside Luxembourg and is currently increasing its portfolio overseas in Europe, Africa, Central and South America. A full list of the existing sites is provided in the tender documents.
A number of the EIB's missions will be to rural or remote locations, away from major cities or ports of entry; some of the destinations are areas where there is a possibility of personnel security risk.
The EIB recognises its responsibilities, and is therefore seeking to ensure that adequate support services are foreseen to address such situation. The services for lot 2 cover the full range of possible scenarios in a security incident that might take place.
The tenderer will be expected to have experience in working with a wide range of personnel security risks, so that they have an extensive understanding of how to manage such situations.
Overseas personnel security and protection services
Lot 3 is for the provision of protective security services for the EIB's staff travelling and/or working in the EU and overseas locations except in the EIB's headquarters located in Luxembourg. It is specifically for the provision of security assistance services for business travellers on mission or external offices staff whereby ground operatives may be required to perform ‘meet and greet’, security escort, ‘fixer’ services.
Emergency evacuation services
Lot 4 is for the provision of evacuation services to provide emergency transport in the event of a crisis or emergency occurring during a mission or in EIB's external office locations.
Lot 5 is for the provision of specialist and general security and health training packages including e-learning modules for the EIB's staff on mission or in Luxembourg, particularly in relation to travel security and health care.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
The tenderer shall provide:
1) a certificate of registration in the relevant trade or professional registers in the Member State of establishment, as described in Annex XI to the Directive 2014/24/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26.2.2014;
2) if the tenderer is not required or allowed to register in such a register for reasons related to its statute or legal status, the EIB shall accept, as satisfactory evidence, a sworn declaration or certificate, membership of a specific organisation, express authorisation, or entry in the VAT register.
This document is required for the tenderer and the entities whose capacities are relied upon the selection criteria.
Section IV: Procedure
Upon request, the written record of the opening of the tenders will be provided to economic operators who submitted a tender.
Section VI: Complementary information
Internet address: http://curia.europa.eu