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Poland-Warsaw: Maritime Surveillance Aerostat Trial
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Maritime Surveillance Aerostat Trial
The global objective of this tender is to lease one surveillance aerostat to carry out a pilot project, supported by a host Member State: Greece, aiming to assess the capacity and cost efficiency of aerostat performing maritime surveillance in an operational environment. The scope of the tender is then to establish a service contract to deploy, operate and assess for a period of minimum of three weeks one surveillance aerostat, including in the contract the provision of the equipment and experts to conduct the trial.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
The tenderer must be registered in a relevant commercial or trade register. Evidence of that must be provided by submission of a certificate of professional or commercial registration imposed by the country in which the tenderer is established. If the tenderer is not required or permitted to enroll in such a register for reasons of his statute or legal status, an explanation should be provided.
The tenderer must prove its financial reliability for the last three completed financial years. Evidence of that must be provided by submission of relevant balance sheets (provided that the publication of balance sheets is stipulated by the legislation on firms in the country where the tenderer is established). If the tenderer is not required to publish its balance sheets, an explanation should be provided.
The tenderer‘s technical and professional capacity will be evaluated using the following criteria:
— the tenderer must have proven experience of at least 3 years in providing similar services,
— the tenderer must be able to provide a team of experts matching the requirements specified in the Terms of Reference (as a minimum 2 FTE),
— the tenderer must demonstrate its technical ability to provide all the services and products required in this call for tenders.
The following documents or information shall be presented as evidence of compliance with the technical and professional capacity criteria:
— evidence of proven experience must be provided by submitting a list of contracts performed or deliveries executed since the year 2015, indicating dates and recipients,
— evidence of team capacity must be provided by submission of the CVs of the proposed personnel,
— evidence of technical ability to be demonstrated by the competence and completeness of the solution proposed to meet the objectives of the Trial.
Section IV: Procedure
Frontex HQ, Warsaw, Poland
Tenderers’ representatives are welcome (maximum one per tenderer). Please inform Frontex via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org about your planned participation and specify which tenderer will be represented.
Section VI: Complementary information
Within 2 months of the notification to the plaintiff, or, in absence thereof, of the day on which it came to the knowledge.