Solidarität mit der Ukraine
Prozorro+: ukrainische Plattform für die öffentliche Auftragsvergabe
Finnland-Helsinki: IT-Dienste: Beratung, Software-Entwicklung, Internet und Hilfestellung
Abschnitt I: Öffentlicher Auftraggeber
Abschnitt II: Gegenstand
Financial data service
The Bank of Finland (hereinafter also "BoF" and "Contracting Entity") requests tenderers to provide a tender for producing access to a financial data service (hereinafter also "Service") according to this Invitation to Tender .
And Other countries
The object of the procurement (in particular appendix 1), the relevant contract terms (in particular appendix 3 and) and requirements (in particular appendix 2) are described in more detail in the procurement documents and its appendices.
The Contracting Entity selects one (1) service provider and concludes a contract with that service provider (hereinafter also "Supplier"). The service provider may also be a consortium or a group of tenderers.
Please note that all the deadlines set out in this procurement procedure are in Finnish time according the time zone being currently used in Finland.
The contract period starts from signing the contract and at the earliest 1.1.2022. The contract period is valid until further notice.
The signing of the contract is estimated to be in December 2021.
Abschnitt III: Rechtliche, wirtschaftliche, finanzielle und technische Angaben
Selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents. Please see the ESPD-form and part "Other terms and conditions".
Abschnitt IV: Verfahren
Abschnitt VI: Weitere Angaben
The procurement will take place in compliance with the Finnish Act on Public Procurement and Concession Contracts (1397/2016, "Procurement Act").
The procurement exceeds the EU threshold. The procurement is made using the open procedure (section 32, Procurement Act).
The procedure includes the following steps:
1. Opens the tenders
2. Reviews that the responses of the tenderer given in the ESPD form and in the tender fulfill the eligibility and suitability requirements
3. Reviews that the tenders are consistent with the Invitation to tender
4. Compares the tenders and selects the best tender (the winner)
5. Makes the procurement decision and communicates the decision to all tenderers
6. Requests and verifies the certificates and reports on the suitability of the tenderer submitting the best tender
7. Concludes the procurement agreement with the winner.
The procurement agreement is not concluded until the written agreement is signed. In a procurement exceeding the EU threshold, the procurement agreement may not be concluded until 14 days have passed from the date when the tenderer received or may be considered to have received the tender decision and its justifications.
The Contracting Entity may wholly or partially interrupt the procurement procedure for legitimate and justifiable reason (section 125, Procurement Act).
No compensation will be paid to tenderers for submitting or preparing a tender or participation in any other way in the procedure.
Documents of the procurement are available only in English. Should the tenderer wish to obtain the tender documents in another language, he must himself arrange for their translation and bear the costs thus incurred.