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Royaume-Uni-Belfast: Services de technologies de l'information, conseil, développement de logiciels, internet et appui
Avis de marché
Section I: Pouvoir adjudicateur
Section II: Objet
ID 3204582 — DoF Spatial Intelligence Solution
LPS requires a contract for a web-based GIS Spatial Intelligence Solution. The new solution will record changes that are required to keep LPS Ordnance Survey mapping as up to date and current as possible and will enable notifications for map updates to be created and efficiently allocated to work groups and individuals. It will seek to provide a single view of any real world change requirements across the major LPS systems. It will also support monitoring and reporting on pending and completed notifications.
This contract will be potentially be due to be re-procured after 6-10 years.
After the initial contract period of 6 years there are two optional extension of up to 2 years each.
Section IV: Procédure
Section VI: Renseignements complémentaires
The successful contractor’s performance on this contract will be managed as per the specification and regularly monitored (see Procurement Guidance Note 01/12 — Contract Management — Procedures and Principles). Contractors not delivering on contract requirements is a serious matter. It means the public purse is not getting what it is paying for. If a contractor fails to reach satisfactory levels of contract performance they will be given a specified time to improve. If, after the specified time, they still fail to reach satisfactory levels of contract performance, the matter will be escalated to senior management in CPD for further action. If this occurs and their performance still does not improve to satisfactory levels within the specified period, it may be regarded as an act of grave professional misconduct and they may be issued with a notice of unsatisfactory performance and this contract may be terminated. A central register of such notices for supplies and services contracts will be maintained and published on the CPD website. Any contractor in receipt of a notice of unsatisfactory performance will be required to declare this in future tender submissions for a period of 3 years from the date of issue of the notice. It may also result in the contractor being excluded from all procurement competitions being undertaken by Centres of Procurement Expertise on behalf of bodies covered by the Northern Ireland Procurement Policy. The authority expressly reserves the rights:
(i) not to award any contract as a result of the procurement process commenced by publication of this notice;
(ii) to make whatever changes it may see fit to the content and structure of the tendering competition;
(iii) to award (a) contract(s) in respect of any part(s) of the (services) covered by this notice; and
(iv) to award contract(s) in stages and in no circumstances will the authority be liable for any costs incurred by candidates.
CPD will comply with the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 and, where appropriate, will incorporate a standstill period (i.e. a minimum of 10 calendar days) at the point information on the award of contract is communicated to tenderers. That notification will provide full information on the award decision. This provides time for the unsuccessful tenderers to challenge the award decision before the contract is entered into.