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Luxembourg-Luxembourg: EIB - Provision of products in support of IT infrastructure and operations services at the EIB Group
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Provision of products in support of IT infrastructure and operations services at the EIB Group
The scope of this call for tenders is the setting up of an acquisition channel for specific hardware and software products (and their installation, maintenance, integration and related services) to support IT end user, infrastructure and network and unified communication services and the activities of the respective organisational units of the Information Technology Department of the European Investment Bank.
Multiple Framework Agreements will be signed with up to 3 providers.
EIB premises in Luxembourg.
The EIB intends to set up and maintain a supply channel for the procurement and renewal of specific hardware and software Products (and their installation, maintenance, integration and related services) used in the EIB (supplied by various third-party vendors) with up to 3 providers by means of a multiple framework agreement with reopening of competition.
The supply channel will be provided in the form of a product catalogue concerning the following:
- IT Hardware,
- Related Services.
For more details please refer to the procurement documents.
The framework agreement will be signed for an initial duration 4 years, with the possibility of 3 extensions consisting of 1 additional year each (maximum 7 years in total).
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
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
Rules on access to the market:
Participation in this call for tenders is open on equal terms to all natural and legal persons falling within the scope of the EU Treaties (this includes all economic operators registered in the EU and all EU citizens).
Procurement procedures of the EIB are not covered by the WTO Multilateral Government Procurement Agreement (GPA).
Tenderers established in third countries (non-EU countries) do not have the right to participate in this call for tenders unless there are bilateral or special international agreements in the field of public procurement between a third county and the European Union in place. In case there is no such agreement or the agreement does not apply to the kind of contracts put out to tender, tenderers of third countries are not entitled to participate. For further details please see also http://ec.europa.eu/trade/policy/accessing-markets/public-procurement/.
The relevant international agreements in the field of public procurement are:
— Stabilisation and Association Agreements for economic operators established in FYROM, Albania, Montenegro, Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina,
— EEA Agreement for economic operators established in Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein.
The above rules of access to the market apply to single tenderers as well as partners in a consortium of tenderers. It is to be noted that the rules of access to the market do not apply to subcontractors, i.e. a consortium of eligible tenderers could choose a subcontractor from a non-eligible country.
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