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Denmark-Odense: Software package and information systems
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Purchase of a Playout and Channel Branding Solution including related services.
These tender specifications concern the purchase of a Playout and Channel Branding Solution including related services.
Tender is handled by Mercell Sourcing Services, use https://permalink.mercell.com/184453390.aspx
The scope of the Solution is to provide TV 2 with a Solution that provide a higher technical quality than TV 2 has today to support a better user experience, combined with the need for flexible decentralized production (e.g., distributed production), redundancy at all levels for high profile production/playout and core equipment reaching end of life.
The Contract will have a duration of maximum 8 years from the Commencement date. The duration is divided into a 4-year mandatory period and 4 optional periods of 12 months. TV 2 may each year extend the Contract with the optional period by giving a notice 3 months before the expiration of the current period of the Contract.
The procurement procedure is made under the rules in the Danish Public Procurement Act 1 as a restricted procedure tender with negotiations where only pre-qualified Tenderers can submit tenders. Therefore, all interested businesses are invited to apply for pre-qualification.
The Contract will have a duration of maximum 8 years from the Commencement date. The duration is divided into a 4-year mandatory period and 4 optional periods of 12 months. TV 2 may each year extend the
Contract with the optional period by giving a notice 3 months before the expiration of the current period of the Contract.
TV 2 intends to pre-qualify up to three (3) Applicants based on an assessment of the Applicants suitability on the basis of the information given in the ESPD. It appears from clause II.2.9 of the contract notice, and 8.6.2 of these tender specifications, how the list is limited if TV 2 receives more than three (3) compliant applications.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
A solvency ratio of at least 10% for each of the last three (3) financial years.
The Applicants must in the ESPD provide a minimum of three (3) and maximum of five (5) references from projects of similar nature and capacity. The references must be started and/or finished during the past three (3) years.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
The Contract is not divided into lots in this tender. The Playout and Channel Branding Solution and the Multiview Solution are linked together, and by dividing the two into lots it will add extra risk project in form of added responsibility for both TV 2 and the Suppliers for coordinating and managing a successful implementation of two (2) separate projects, rather than one (1). The two (2) solutions and the integration between them are tight strongly together. Dividing the tender into lots will add significant extra costs for TV 2 and the Suppliers. By not dividing the tender into lots, TV 2 will obtain economies of scale for internal as well as external costs.
Appendix A- Sworn statement must be returned with the application: I declare under honour that there is no Russian involvement in the contract of the company I represent exceeding the limits set in Article 5k of Council Regulation (EU) No 833/2014 of 31 July 2014 concerning restrictive measures in view of Russia's actions destabilising the situation in Ukraine, as amended by Council Regulation (EU) No 2022/578 of 8 April 2022.