Denmark : Nørresundby - IT services: consulting, software development, Internet and support
This procurement is for a database-based nautical chart production system for production of electronic navigational chart (ENC) and paper charts for all the Danish Maritime Agency’s geographic areas. The procurement includes customization, implementation, migration from current systems, service and support.
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The contract has to the relevant extent incorporated the corporate social responsibility considerations as laid down in the conventions on the basis of which the principles of the UN Global Compact are worded and as laid down in the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises. The contract furthermore lays down requirements pursuant to ILO Convention nº 94 on labour clauses in public contracts and circular nº 9471 of 30.6.2014.
The contract lays down requirements on compliance with the law on processing of personal data.
If the contract is awarded to a group of operators (e.g. a consortium), each participant of the group must undertake joint and several liability and appoint a joint representative.
Klagenævnet for Udbud
Nævnenes Hus, Toldboden 2
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This call for tenders is conducted subject to the achievement of the necessary funding basis.
Konkurrence- og Forbrugerstyrelsen
Carl Jacobsens Vej 35
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The complaints board’s own complaints procedure is available at www. erhvervsstyrelsen.dkMain CPV code 72000000
20 Jul 20180 days remaining
Total estimated value
EUR 1.5 million
LOTS ASSOCIATED WITH THIS TENDER
EUR 1.5 million
The purpose of this procurement is for the Danish Maritime Agency (Geodatastyrelsen) to acquire an IT-solution that supports the production of nautical charts and electronic navigational charts (ENC). Besides acquiring the access to the application, the tenderer must also deliver:
— services for project management,
— design and configuration of the application as well as relevant developments,
— data migration from existing data sources in different formats,
— support and maintenance,
— related consultancy services.
The contract period is 72 months from acceptance date of the implemented, configuration and developed application, and the recurring services can be prolonged in 2 times 12 months. The maximum contract period is then 8 years from the acceptance date.
The Danish Maritime Agency is producing maritime charts and ENC for Denmark, Faroe Islands and Greenland. The application must support variation in the processes for producing those charts and ENC’s. The application must function in close integration with different data source systems and other systems e.g. a workflow system outside the application and the Danish Maritime Agency will have focus on that the system is well functioning, easy to use and is reliable and secure in production mode.
The contract will be conducted in 3 phases. Firstly, the design and planning phase. Secondly, the implementation phase, and thirdly, the production phase.
The application will be operated by a 3
party (Statens IT) on behalf of the Danish Maritime Agency, but the tenderer must deliver maintenance for the application. The tenderer must also deliver support services for both the users and the 3
party operator. The tenderer must deliver project assistance for the operator for preparing, testing and implementation of the application in the operating environment. The tenderer has the overall responsibility for fulfilling the project but the Danish Maritime Agency will participate in the project to a degree which make them able to use, run, change, support and maintain the application after the acceptance date. The Danish Maritime Agency must be able to buy additional training continuously after the acceptance date.
Please see the tender material for further information and descriptions of the application and other services to be delivered.
Description of options
The Danish Maritime Agency must be able to buy additional training continuously after the delivery of the system.
Description of renewals
2 times 12 months.
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