United Kingdom : Glasgow - Police patrol boats
The Scottish Police Authority wish to award a single supplier framework for the supply and delivery of Police Launch.
Legal, economic, financial and technical information
It is a requirement of this framework that tenderers hold, or can commit to obtain prior to the commence of any subsequently awarded
contract, indicated below:
ESPD Question 4B5 Insurances
Employers (compulsory) liability insurance = GBP 10 million in respect of each claim without limit to the number of claims. Tenderers
May be required to provide their current employers liability insurance certificate which should include name of the insurers, policy
numbers, expiry date and limits for any one incident and annual aggregate caps and the excesses under the policies.
Public liability insurance = GBP 5 million in respect of each claim without limit to the number of claims. Tenderers may be required to
Provide a copy of their current public liability insurance certificate.
Product liability insurance = GBP 5 million in respect of each claim without limit to the number of claims. Tenderers may be required to provide a copy of their current professional indemnity insurance certificate.
ESPD Question 4B6 Financial Standing
The authority will access a credit safe report for a tenderers organisation and use the information contained within to assist with the
assessment of the tenderer’s economic and financial standing. Tenders are asked to provide their company number within the ESPD to allow the authority to access a credit safe report.
Within such reports, the risk of business failure is expressed as a score of 30 or below (high risk of business failure). In the event that a company is determined to have a risk failure rating of 30 and below i.e. that the company is considered to have a high risk of business failure, the submission will not be considered further.
If you are successful in the award of this contract and your risk failure rating falls below 30 then the SPA reserve the right to remove you from this contract. It is the contractor’s responsibility to ensure that the information held by credit safe is accurate and up to date.
For the avoidance of doubt, the SPA will request a report from credit safe following the closing date for the receipt of the tenders to
Ensure that the most up to date information is used. Where you are not registered on credit safe e.g. charitable organisations or new start companies/sole traders with less than 3 years trading history, discretionary powers are available to the director of finance to consider abbreviated accounts along with bankers references, etc.
Tenderers should be aware that any outstanding County Court Judgements will have a detrimental effect on the rating held by credit safe and it is your responsibility to ensure that the information held by credit safe is accurate and up to date - failure to do so will result in rejection of your submission.
Important note: this requirement is not applicable to sole traders/charities. Sole traders/charities may be required to provide a
Bankers reference if successful.
Glasgow Sheriff Court and Justice of the Peace Court
1 Carton Place
Economic operators may be excluded from this competition if they are in any of the situations referred to in Regulation 58 of the Public Contracts (Scotland) Regulations 2015.
Assessment of employment status
Tenderers may be asked to declare whether they intend to provide services through a Personal Service Company (PSC). From April 2017, the responsibility to pay employment taxes shifts from the PSC to public sector bodies and the Authority must be aware of any successful tenderer’s detailed employment status.
For further information on determining employment status the Government has published guidance on this IR35 Legislation
Tenderers will be asked to confirm if they pay all employees as a minimum the Real Living Wage as published by the Living Wage
Foundation for statistical information gathering purposes only.
Equality and diversity
Tenderers will be required to comply with the statutory obligations under the Equality Act 2010.
Declaration of non-involvement in serious organised crime
Tenderers must complete and sign a declaration of non-involvement in serious organised crime form.
Tenderers will be required to provide details of the subcontractors they intend to use in their supply chain. Tenderers are required to
Complete this section as part of the ESPD.
Tenderers must be aware of their obligations under the Data Protection Act 2018 and the GDPR as set out in the contract.
The buyer is using PCS-Tender to conduct this ITT exercise. The Project code is 16457. For more information see: http://www.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/info/InfoCentre.aspx?ID=2343
12 Aug 20200 days remaining
Total estimated value
United Kingdom, Glasgow
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