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Poland-Warsaw: Aerial Surveillance Services for Border and Coast Guard Functions — Lot 2
Contract award notice
Results of the procurement procedure
Section I: Contracting authority
The contract shall be governed by Union Law, complemented, where necessary, by the National Substantive Law of Poland.
Section II: Object
Aerial Surveillance Services for Border and Coast Guard Functions — Lot 2
The global objective of this tender is to enable Frontex and EFCA to have at their disposal aerial surveillance equipment, with a high level of deployability and availability that should permit these agencies to cover their requirements for operational surveillance capability. The scope of this tender is to establish a framework contract (FWC) with re-opening of competition, in order to acquire manned aerial surveillance services, which should include assets and experts. Frontex and EFCA seek medium term cooperation with a maximum of 10 contractors providing aerial surveillance in each of the lots of the FWC, offering the best ‘value for money’ and able to sustain readiness for cost-efficient surveillance services along the duration of the FWC.
Coastline Maritime Area Aerial Surveillance — Lot 2
The EU member state or third country where the base airport is situated.
Award of the contract without prior publication of a call for competition in the Official Journal of the European Union. Services or works consisting in the repetition of similar services or works provided these are in conformity with a basic project as per point 11.1 (e) Annex 1 FR (can be used only within 3 years of the contract and only if the possibility to use this negotiated procedure was announced from the outset of the initial procedure) — this legal basis is used to increase the ceiling of this framework contract, lot 2.
The financial ceiling for lot 2 is increased from EUR 2 500 000 to EUR 3 750 000.
Section IV: Procedure
Section V: Award of contract
Section VI: Complementary information
The contracting authorities had previously reserved the right to conduct exceptional negotiated procedure in accordance with Art.134.1(e) of Rules of Application to increase the financial ceiling of particular lot(s) and consequently to sign a relevant amendment to the FWC with these contractors who agree on such financial ceiling increase, if such a need occurs. Following the pre-announced in the tender dossier provision stipulated above, the contracting authorities, on basis of point 11.1 (e) Annex 1 FR, increased the ceiling of this framework contract for lot 2.
Within 2 months of the notification to the plaintiff, or, in absence thereof, of the day on which it came to the knowledge.