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Abschnitt I: Öffentlicher Auftraggeber
Abschnitt II: Gegenstand
Provision of a Fuel Management Information System for the 2 Gp Air Mobility Force (AMF) HQ Fuel Management Cell at RAF Brize Norton
2 Gp require a fully operational, proven and accredited FMIS (Fuel management information system) software solution to enable the collation and analysis of 2 Gp aviation fuel data parameters in order to drive mandated AMF HQ fuel saving initiatives. A FMIS is required to enable AMF HQ to track and measure performance against identified initiatives in order to reduce the delta between resourced, planned and actual expenditure on 2 Gp aviation fuel. Industry best practice within the Airline Industry states that FMISs are part of every fuel efficiency programme and are used to provide an evidential base to support fuel saving, maintenance planning and carbon emissions reduction across the business. They comprise software designed to collect, analyse and present fuel data; with some FMIS service providers offering engine or flight planning synergies to maximise further saving potential.
This contract will run for 4 core contract years. There will be 2 option periods (each lasting for 1 year) available to the authority to use. However they are not mandated to do so.
Abschnitt III: Rechtliche, wirtschaftliche, finanzielle und technische Angaben
Abschnitt IV: Verfahren
Abschnitt VI: Weitere Angaben
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GO Reference: GO-2019913-DCB-15361025