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Belgium-Brussels: Framework Contract for the Maintenance, Upgrade, Overhaul, New Construction, Installation and Consultancy Services Related to Secure Areas and Crisis Management Rooms
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/home-affairs/financing/tenders/index_en.htm#/c_
Section II: Object
Framework Contract for the Maintenance, Upgrade, Overhaul, New Construction, Installation and Consultancy Services Related to Secure Areas and Crisis Management Rooms
The aim of the restricted call is to provide the European Commission, Directorate General Migration and Home Affairs (DG HOME), together with the European Commission Directorate General Human Resources and Security (DG HR DS) and the European Parliament, Directorate General for Security and Safety with a contractor able to provide the maintenance, upgrade, overhaul, new construction, installation and consultancy services related to secure areas and crisis management rooms.
Contractor's premises, secured areas in the Commission and the European Parliament buildings.
The Secured Area (SA) facility is a compound with physical and electromagnetic protections. The SA hosts classified information in both paper and electronic format. To support the storage of electronic data, it hosts classified IT networks. It also hosts a videoconferencing capability.
The SA facility is located in Brussels, at EU Commission and the European Parliament premises.
The Secured Area consist in:
— the outer part (the shield),
— the inner part (systems and components protected by the shield).
The outer and inner parts pertain to fundamentally distinct and different trades. The outer part is mostly classical engineering (Faraday shield and direct sub-systems such as shielded airlocks, ventilation, fire detection and alarm, etc), whereas the inner part is mostly related to information technologies (ICT sytems).
The services to be provided are related to Intrusion protection system, video monitoring system, fire alarm and detection system, fire extinguishing system, building Technics, access control system, air conditioning and emergency power.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
Internet address: http://curia.europa.eu/jcms/jcms/j_6/
Internet address: http://www.ombudsman.europa.eu