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das Vereinigte Königreich-Corby: Videoüberwachung (CCTS)
Abschnitt I: Öffentlicher Auftraggeber
Abschnitt II: Gegenstand
CCTV Maintenance 2020
Corby Borough Council require a suitably skilled and experienced supplier to maintain their borough-wide CCTV system and control room comprising circa 120 cameras and also to provide a responsive repair service. The successful supplier must also have the capability to install additional cameras and connectivity, as required, throughout the contract term.
The contract will run for an initial term of 2 years with the option to extend for up to a further 2 years in increments of up to 12 months at a time, subject to performance.
Suppliers should be aware that whilst II.2.7) is accurate at the point of publication, this may change, based on the outcome of the Local Government Review. Further detail can be found in section 5 of the Council's specification document.
Abschnitt III: Rechtliche, wirtschaftliche, finanzielle und technische Angaben
The contract must be delivered in accordance with the standards set out in the procurement document suite, particularly the specification and terms and conditions.
Abschnitt IV: Verfahren
The offices of Corby Borough Council, in compliance with the Council's Contract Standing Orders.
Abschnitt VI: Weitere Angaben
Corby Borough Council will incorporate a minimum 10 day standstill period at the point of notification of the decision to award the contract. The decision notice will incorporate the award criteria, the reasons for the decision, the reasons (if any) why a tenderer did not meet any specification, the identity of the successful tenderer(s) and a precise statement of when the standstill period is expected to end. Any appeal or challenge against the award decision must be communicated to the address stated above within the standstill period. If an appeal or challenge to award the contract has not been successfully resolved, the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (as amended) provide for aggrieved parties to take action in the High Court. Any such action must be brought promptly (generally within 3 months, although this time period may be reduced to 30 days in certain circumstances). Where a legal challenge is made after the contract has been entered into then that contract could be declared ineffective and/or shortened and/or a fine imposed by the Court.