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Belgium-Brussels: Research and development services and related consultancy services
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: http://www.astrid.be
Address of the buyer profile: https://www.broadway-info.eu
Main address: http://www.nakit.cz
Address of the buyer profile: http://www.nakit.cz
Main address: http://www.riks.ee
Address of the buyer profile: http://www.riks.ee
Main address: http://www.interior.gob.es
Address of the buyer profile: http://www.interior.gob.es
Main address: http://www.erillisverkot.fi
Address of the buyer profile: http://www.erillisverkot.fi
Main address: http://www.interieur.gouv.fr
Address of the buyer profile: http://www.interieur.gouv.fr
Main address: http://www.kemea.gr
Address of the buyer profile: http://www.kemea.gr
Main address: http://www.garda.ie
Address of the buyer profile: http://www.garda.ie
Main address: http://www.interno.gov.it
Address of the buyer profile: http://www.interno.gov.it
Main address: http://www.government.nl
Address of the buyer profile: http://www.government.nl
Main address: http://www.stsnet.ro
Address of the buyer profile: http://www.stsnet.ro
Astrid has been designated as the main buyer on behalf of the group of buyers listed in point I.1) above. The relevant national legislation on contracts is Belgian law.
Section II: Object
Pre-commercial Procurement (PCP) to acquire innovation activities to make possible a pan-European, interoperable mobile broadband system for PPDR.
This contract notice calls on interested operators to submit bids for purchases.
The CFP aims to encourage the development and testing of new solutions to meet the challenge of: pre-commercial procurement for innovation activities designed to make possible a pan-European, interoperable mobile broadband system for PPDR, validated by permanent testing facilities.
The main technical challenges to be addressed are set out in the CFP Challenge (TD2).
The PCP corresponds to a joint procedure of a group of buyers (list in point 1.1 above) from all over Europe, all facing the same common challenge.
At least 75 % of the R & D services entrusted will take place in EU Member States or associated countries by 2020. See call for tender for all details.
The purchases will take the form of pre-commercial procurement (PCP) whereby services markets in R & D will be awarded to a number of parallel operators in a phased approach. This will allow competing alternative solutions to be compared.
A framework agreement covering 3 phases of R & D will be awarded to each selected operator.
The 3 phases are as follows:
1) outline solution;
(2) prototype solution;
3) Pilot project.
After each phase, interim evaluations will be carried out to phase out the best of the competing solutions. The operators with the best solutions will be offered a specific contract for the next phase.
Tests and evaluation are expected to take place in several locations, with a key input from practitioners in the relief and security services, in line with the objectives specified in the CFP Challenge (TD2). Realistic cross-border and organisational scenarios will be involved.
This PCP is intended to start on 15.2.2019 and end on 22.4.2022. The evidence base will become the first point of reference for the pan-European public security interoperable broadband system in at least 11 acquiring countries, i.e. the lead procurer and the buyers group.
The selected operators will remain the owners of the intellectual property rights (IPR) they generate during the PCP and may be used to exploit the full commercial potential of the developed solutions (i.e. beyond the buyers).
The EU has provided a Grant Agreement for R & D Horizon 2020 (ny 786912) for this contract, but not participating in it as the contracting authority.
Participation in the open market consultation, in connection with the preparation of such purchases, is not a prerequisite for the submission of a tender.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section IV: Procedure
See the address of the lead procurer in paragraph 1.1 above.
The persons authorised to tender will be designated by the lead procurer before the date of submission of the tenders.
The opening procedure is specified in the call for tenders (TD1).
Section VI: Complementary information
These PCP are exempt from EU public procurement directives and national laws implementing them (i.e. it is not an open procedure subject to the EU public procurement directives, the choice in IV.1.1) has to be done only for formal reasons, as it is mandatory to fill in the form).
Please refer to the project website for further information: https:// www.broadway-info.eu/
Please present any questions concerning these public procurement before marketing as stipulated in the instructions in section 7.6 of the invitation to tender.
Internet address: http://www.raadvst-consetat.be
Purchases are exempt from EU public procurement directives (including Directives 89/665/EEC and 92/13/EEC for EU purchases) and national laws transposing them.
Any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with the tender procedure for Broadway PCP may be dealt with by the Belgian Council of State.