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Spain-Alicante: Physical security services and supplies
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: https://euipo.europa.eu/ohimportal/es/public-procurement
Section II: Object
Physical security services and supplies
The EUIPO is planning to formalise framework contracts in cascade with companies or consortia capable of providing security services of the highest quality and providing the most advanced high-tech security equipment on the international market for all of the EUIPO buildings and staff, regardless of their location, at any geographical position. This includes all aspects of security, from specialised advice to the supply, installation, maintenance and updating of security equipment and systems.
Avenida de Europa 4, Alicante, SPAIN.
The scope of the contract includes the provision of operational services and additional services related to the protection and security of EUIPO staff and facilities.
Operational services are those provided on a regular basis and include:
(1) Security Services: security surveillance services;
(2) Supply and installation of new security equipment, such as:
(a) Access control system or integration of new technologies in buildings AA1, AA2, AA3, AEL178 and other buildings if necessary;
(b) CCTV system including a ring of cameras for perimeter security and for the surveillance of all entries and exits in buildings AA1, AA2, AA3 and AEL178 and other buildings on the perimeter if necessary;
(c) Digital surveillance video recording system for exterior cameras in buildings AA1, AA2 and AA3;
(d) EUIPO keys system in AA1, AA2, AA3 and AEL178;
(e) Security management systems for the security control room in building AA2;
(f) Security cabinets;
(g) Electronic cabinets to manage and control security keys;
(h) Scanning devices;
(i) Licence plate recognition system;
(j) Intrusion detection systems;
(k) Biometric system;
(3) Preventive and corrective maintenance on RL223, AA1, AA2, AA3 and AEL178 and other buildings if necessary;
(a) Preventive maintenance;
(b) Corrective maintenance.
The additional services are those services provided on an ad hoc basis and may consist of any other service related to security not explicitly specified in this document, as long as it is not covered by another EUIPO contract. Those additional services may be, for example, the following:
(1) Consulting related to security;
(2) Special services described in Commission Decision (EU, Euratom) 2015/443 of 13 March 2015 on Security in the Commission;
(3) Data queries in the database.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
In accordance with article 18 of Law 5/2014 of 4 April on Private Security, for providing private security services, the private security companies should obtain administrative authorisation and be officially registered in the corresponding register.
Also, in accordance with article 19.6 of the aforementioned law, non-Spanish private security companies authorised to provide private security services in accordance with the regulations of any of the Member States of the European Union or of the States included in the Agreement on the European Economic Area must compulsorily register themselves in the Private Security National Register of the Ministry of the Interior or, when their domicile is in an autonomous community with jurisdiction over private security matters and their scope of action is limited to that territory, in the corresponding autonomous register.
Therefore, once the contract is awarded and before the framework contract is signed, the successful tenderer should present a recent registration certificate. Otherwise, the cascade procedure will be applied, moving to the next tenderer.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
The tender documents will be available for download at the address stated in point I.3). The website will be updated periodically and it is the responsibility of tenderers to check for updates, amendments or answers to questions during the tender period.
Internet address: http://curia.europa.eu
Within 2 months of the notification to the plaintiff, or, in the absence thereof, of the day on which it came to the knowledge of the plaintiff.