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Norway-Oslo: Internet service providers ISP
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Internet access to Digdir in Oslo, Leikanger, and Brønnøysund
Digitaliseringsdirektoratet [the Norwegian Digitalisation Agency] needs ot purchase internet access from a supplier to all of our office locations. Digdir has a growing portfolio of important internet services requiring high up-time. These services are both internal and external, but the common denominator is that they both use the internet as a carrier. It is a strategic goal that these service can be operated in a justifiable manner that both meets requirements from order and the expectations of the end user.
Currently we have a contract with Sognenett that delivers internet access to all of our lcoations.
The duration of the contract is three years + one year + one year with desired commencement in January 2022. See the attached documents for more information and requirement for the delilvery.
The estimated contract value for four months is between NOK 2.7 million to NOK 3.5 million excluding VAT. The estimate does not imply a purchase obligation, but is based on previous consumption.
One year + one year
Extension of one year + one year. Included option to increase speed.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Tenderers must be a legally established company. Documentation: Norwegian companies: Company Registration Certificate.
Foreign tenderers: Verification that the company is registered in a trade index or a register of business enterprises as prescribed by the law of the country where the company is established.
Tenderers must have sufficient financial strength to fulfil the contract. Creditworthiness with no requirement for collateral will be sufficient to meet the requirement. Documentation Requirement: Tenderers must enclose a credit rating. The credit report must be based on the last known accounting figures. The credit rating must be a so-called rating, (including credit rating, partial judgement and historical rating), and it must be carried out by a publicly approved credit institution. The credit rating must not be less than A (assessment of figures). Tenderers with lower ratings than A or equivalent (i.e. No credit worthy or credit worthy countery collaterol) will not be qualified. Newly established Suppliers must not be worse than AN (credit rating newly established company) or if another rating is used (assessment of figures).
The tenderer must have experience from relevant assignments/deliveries in the last three years. Documentation: Description of up to three relevant deliveries/assignments. The description must include the contract value, date and recipient (name, phone and e-mail). References must be contactable if necessary, to clarify the relevance of the contract. However, it is the tenderer´s responsibility to provide a description substantiating relevance.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information