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Renovation of moving homes - Lyngby Boligselskab

KAB | Published March 24, 2017  -  Deadline May 23, 2017
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45442100, 45432200, 45453100, 90911000


In accordance with the "Act on inviting tenders in certain public and publicly funded contracts (Consolidated Act no. 1410 of 07/12/2007 (Offer Act)), announces Lyngby Housing Association / KAB as limited electronic tender" Renovation of moving homes for Lyngby building society ".
The Contracting Authority wants with this invitation to ensure good quality at competitive prices for the benefit of the residents.
Lyngby Boligselskab managed by KAB. KAB's partner for 35 housing associations.
Together drives and we develop about 50,000 leases in the metropolitan area and region. We are constructing new sustainable settlements and innovative accommodation facilities, we develop residential and
creates the possibility of an active community. Our base is beboerdemokratiet and a shared ambition to create a city with better housing for all.
Contracts will be awarded as a restricted tender, which means the invitation to tender is divided into a pre-qualification stage and a deal phase. First conducted pre-qualification phase, which selected the companies that in the subsequent offer phase may tender.
The invitation is the renovation of homes by vacating. That is, the tasks:
 Painting
 Floor Work
 Cleaning
Specifications, offers table etc.. broadcast to the prequalified companies.

Procedure:
To participate in the task inserted this link into your internet browser: http://permalink.mercell.com/61237194.aspx Here you register the task by pressing the blue line at the bottom: "Sign your interest." If you are not a licensee of Mercell Denmark A / S must fill out a registration of your company. This registration is required for your continued participation and is at no cost.
After sending the registration you have access to all files and information about the task. You will receive login codes to www.mercell.dk within normal working hours and can then send your offer / request.

Software programming and consultancy services 2016 / S 046-075004

DR | Published March 5, 2016  -  Deadline March 30, 2016
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72200000, 72212100, 72230000, 72600000

It is including significant that the platform ensures smooth and recognizable link between the app and Ramasjang website.

The new platform's primary business objectives is thus;

- Support the user-friendly and secure environment that created the current apps success

- Create independence between the platform provider and other component suppliers (for Ramasjang Platform, these will be games producers), subdivided as follows:

o Ensure a common technical platform where external suppliers / contributors can quickly launch new features, functions and updates

o Technical support of flexible and deselection of the product, so the app is not so great

- A redesigned streaming and on-demand area for TV (for Ramasjang Platform is this Ramasjang TV)

The minimum delivery to solutions and the final offer supports the achievement of the above business objectives.

Strategic Environmental Assessment for the location of the repository for low and intermediate level waste

Ministeriet for Sundhed og Forebyggelse | Published August 21, 2013  -  Deadline September 12, 2013
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90000000, 90700000, 90720000, 90721000, 90721600

Ministry of Health announces the following consultancy services for the implementation of a strategic environmental assessment of six designated areas and 0-alternative for the location of the repository for low and intermediate level waste. An interdepartmental working group has prepared feasibility studies and environs studies for the establishment of a final repository for low and intermediate level waste. In forstudierne identified 22 possible locations. These include identified the six areas (Hvidbjerg on Thyholm, Disc West, Thise in Salling, Kertinge Mark, Rødbyhavn and Østermarie) as the most suitable - mostly from geological conditions. On the basis of forstudierne has undergone further studies of the 6 areas of geology and planning conditions (Peninsula studies). The work is based partly in parliamentary resolution B 48 in 2003 on the settlement of the nuclear facilities at Risø National Laboratory, and the Basis for decision on the establishment of a final repository for low and intermediate level waste from 2009. The object on the basis of preliminary studies, environs studies and strategic environmental assessment to identify two areas for the purpose of planning legislation. According to the laws on environmental assessment of plans and programs, see Consolidation Act No 936 of 24 September 2009, public authorities, plans and programs which set the framework for future development or land use, environmental assessment. Accordingly, there is provided an environmental assessment of the location of the repository in six designated areas. In addition, the 0-alternative evaluated, ie. continued placement of the waste Risø. As background material for the environmental assessment is partly material from forstudi-is partly from the surrounding area studies, see attached udbudsmateriales Annex 1 The project is includes consulting services in connection with the development of the Strategic Environmental Assessment of the 6 areas as well as 0-alternative for placement of a final repository for low and intermediate level waste. The task includes consultancy services in connection with the preparation of a scoping report and an environmental report and the option to broadcast in consultation and preparation of the summary statement. Contracting Authority may choose to make use of the option in the immediate extension of the main task, if the bidder is notified no later than three weeks before delivery takes place. The same conditions for opti-tion as the main task. It is a prerequisite that the six municipalities involved (Struer, Disc, Kerteminde, Lolland, Bornholm and Roskilde municipalities) and their citizens' groups involved in the work beyond what is assumed in the legislation, including sheep occasions called to express their preferences about what is involved in the strategic environmental assessment. It will for example say that municipalities and citizen groups have the opportunity to contribute to the process of scoping phase before the hearing. There may also be involved in meetings between both municipalities and the Ministry of Health, and citizen groups and the Ministry of Health and Prevention. It is assumed that in the offer explanations on how to solve each of the subtasks: 1 Scoping Report, 2 environmental report and 3 consultation and the Synthesis report. The last part of the task (hearing and the summary statement) is included as an option by the contracting entity can make use of. There is also assumed explained when the individual elements expected to be completed and that each of the subtasks priced, see also the attached tender documents.

Development of software for transaction processing and custom software 2015 / S 229-416780

Erhvervsstyrelsen | Published November 26, 2015  -  Deadline January 15, 2016
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72232000

Agency continuously strives to improve and supplement the Agency's existing IT solutions, both in relation to the solutions business meetings, the underlying solutions, and the Agency's internal administrative solutions as well as to the systems associated processes. Business Authority focuses on user-friendly self-service solutions that provide expedited decisions, ensures data reuse are available, giving users a high degree of confidence and give them digital guidance and solutions that allows for the handling and use of data in internal and external contexts. Enterprise Agency offers therefore a framework agreement with the aim of being able to purchase services for the development and maintenance of the Agency's IT systems and related tasks, including: - Assistance to analysis of Agency development needs, etc. - Advice on IT architecture, including adapting to existing IT Architecture - Application Development and Design - User involvement and user interface design - Development of the solution, including tests - Implementation of the solution - Maintenance and further development of existing and / or future solutions. Business Authority acquisitions on the basis of the offered framework agreement is thus limited not only to include the listed technologies. Business Authority currently uses Drupal as a primary content management system (CMS). Business Authority shall work for the unification of architecture across the IT systems, and suppliers on the framework agreement must be able to acquire and further develop the existing architecture with this focus. There may be a need to integrate with solutions developed in other technologies, such fællesoffentilge solutions based on fællesoffentilge standards. At the same time, the Agency has a strategy during the contract period to continue to order solutions and maintenance based on specially developed software. Adjustment of rights and extent of which will appear in the tender documents and contractual basis. However, it is not a requirement that suppliers should be able to provide cloud solutions available, since the provision of infrastructure is not part of this tender. BI and CRM solutions, data mining, LIS as well as data analysis and visualization tools (data management). Business Authority finds that the conditions for this range, may change during the contract period, including as a result of any changes in the Agency appropriations in the annual negotiations on the budget bill. Shopping under the framework agreement will, depending on the nature of the job, be in accordance with the following underlying agreement forms: - Major development project at a fixed price - Less development project at a fixed price - Development agreement for an agile pricing model - Consultant Agreement - Maintenance Agreement. The procedures for purchases under the framework agreement, the tender documents. In the course of supply can be stated that the planned with the following schedule: Time Activity 01/04/2016 Deadline for submission of questions for prequalification where questions can be expected answered 01/08/2016 Deadline for answers to questions and clarifications and / or updating the material regarding. prequalification 01.15.2016 Deadline for request for prequalification 02.12.2016 Deadline for sending the decision on pre-qualification and tender documents 22-26.2.2016 Information meeting for the pre-qualified suppliers on the Danish Business Authority use and understanding of agile held during week 8 03/23/2016 Deadline for submitting questions to the offer, which questions can be answered anticipated 2016 Deadline for answers to questions and clarifications and / or updating of tender documents 12.00 Deadline for submission of offers 05/05/2016 Estimated time of notification of the award 05.05.2016 The standstill period begins 15.5 0.2016 Expected expiry of the standstill period 20/05/2016 Expected contracting 05/23/2016 Expected entry into force. I.1) that person. Questions regarding the award phase can be answered up to and including 01/04/2016. For more information about the information meeting in Week 8 of the prequalified suppliers will flow in connection with decisions on prequalification broadcast. Business Authority will endeavor to answer your questions as soon as possible and within 7 calendar days of receipt, with the caveat that the Agency does not answer questions in the weeks 52 and 53 of 2015 and in week 7 and 12 in 2016. This means in practice, the questions received by the Agency in the weeks 51, 52 and 53 in 2015 will be answered by Friday 01.08.2016 (week 1). Furthermore, questions received by the Agency in weeks 6 and 7 in 2016 will be answered by Friday 02.26.2016 (week 8). Finally, the questions received by the Agency in week 11 and week 12 in 2016 will be answered by Friday 01.04.2016 (week 13). All questions and answers will be published on www.erst.dk/udbud

Development of transaction processing and custom software

Erhvervsstyrelsen | Published November 26, 2015  -  Deadline January 15, 2016
cpvs
72232000

Agency continuously strives to improve and supplement the Agency's existing IT solutions, both in relation to the solutions business meetings, the underlying solutions, and the Agency's internal administrative solutions as well as to the systems associated processes. Business Authority focuses on user-friendly self-service solutions that provide expedited decisions, ensures data reuse are available, giving users a high degree of confidence and give them digital guidance and solutions that allows for the handling and use of data in internal and external contexts. Enterprise Agency offers therefore a framework agreement with the aim of being able to purchase services for the development and maintenance of the Agency's IT systems and related tasks, including: - Assistance to analysis of Agency development needs, etc. - Advice on IT architecture, including adapting to existing IT Architecture - Application Development and Design - User involvement and user interface design - Development of the solution, including tests - Implementation of the solution - Maintenance and further development of existing and / or future solutions. Business Authority acquisitions on the basis of the offered framework agreement is thus limited not only to include the listed technologies. Business Authority currently uses Drupal as a primary content management system (CMS). Business Authority shall work for the unification of architecture across the IT systems, and suppliers on the framework agreement must be able to acquire and further develop the existing architecture with this focus. There may be a need to integrate with solutions developed in other technologies, such fællesoffentilge solutions based on fællesoffentilge standards. At the same time, the Agency has a strategy during the contract period to continue to order solutions and maintenance based on specially developed software. Adjustment of rights and extent of which will appear in the tender documents and contractual basis. However, it is not a requirement that suppliers should be able to provide cloud solutions available, since the provision of infrastructure is not part of this tender. BI and CRM solutions, data mining, LIS as well as data analysis and visualization tools (data management). Business Authority finds that the conditions for this range, may change during the contract period, including as a result of any changes in the Agency appropriations in the annual negotiations on the budget bill. Shopping under the framework agreement will, depending on the nature of the job, be in accordance with the following underlying agreement forms: - Major development project at a fixed price - Less development project at a fixed price - Development agreement for an agile pricing model - Consultant Agreement - Maintenance Agreement. The procedures for purchases under the framework agreement, the tender documents. In the course of supply can be stated that the planned with the following schedule: Time Activity 01/04/2016 Deadline for submission of questions for prequalification where questions can be expected answered 01/08/2016 Deadline for answers to questions and clarifications and / or updating the material regarding. prequalification 01.15.2016 Deadline for request for prequalification 02.12.2016 Deadline for sending the decision on pre-qualification and tender documents 22-26.2.2016 Information meeting for the pre-qualified suppliers on the Danish Business Authority use and understanding of agile held during week 8 03/23/2016 Deadline for submitting questions to the offer, which questions can be answered anticipated 2016 Deadline for answers to questions and clarifications and / or updating of tender documents 12.00 Deadline for submission of offers 05/05/2016 Estimated time of notification of the award 05.05.2016 The standstill period begins 15.5 0.2016 Expected expiry of the standstill period 20/05/2016 Expected contracting 05/23/2016 Expected entry into force. I.1) that person. Questions regarding the award phase can be answered up to and including 01/04/2016. For more information about the information meeting in Week 8 of the prequalified suppliers will flow in connection with decisions on prequalification broadcast. Business Authority will endeavor to answer your questions as soon as possible and within 7 calendar days of receipt, with the caveat that the Agency does not answer questions in the weeks 52 and 53 of 2015 and in week 7 and 12 in 2016. This means in practice, the questions received by the Agency in the weeks 51, 52 and 53 in 2015 will be answered by Friday 01.08.2016 (week 1). Furthermore, questions received by the Agency in weeks 6 and 7 in 2016 will be answered by Friday 02.26.2016 (week 8). Finally, the questions received by the Agency in week 11 and week 12 in 2016 will be answered by Friday 01.04.2016 (week 13). All questions and answers will be published on www.erst.dk/udbud

Radio network

Danish Business Authority | Published July 3, 2014  -  Deadline August 15, 2014
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32418000, 32570000, 64200000, 72720000, 50330000

1. Introduction: The Coastal Radio System in Denmark (CRSD) is a key element in ensuring safety at sea by enabling ship-to-shore and shore-to-ship communications using VHF and MF radio bands. The radio system supports Denmark's fulfilment of its obligations defined in the IMO-treaty on supporting safety at sea and specifically implements the GMDSS within Area 1 and 2 as defined in the Master Plan of Shore-Based Facilities for the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System. It also serves usages driven by Danish legislation. The existing coastal radio system has been provided and operated by the privately owned company TDC under an universal service obligation and under the brand name 'Lyngby Radio'. In broad terms the CRSD consists of workstations and switching facilities at “Lyngby Radio” (radio room) and several base stations in Denmark (radio network). The main parts of the existing system have been in operation for over 10 years, thus the CRSD needs a modernization. In 2012, the Government decided to cancel the universal service obligation for the CRSD. This decision means that the Danish Defence will take over the task of operating the radio room from 1.1.2015 and onwards. The new Coastal Radio System in Denmark shall be based on a reliable, stable and future proof technology as “Mission Critical Infrastructure” as it plays an important role in the naval SAR (Search-And-rescue). The system will be used by the Admiral Danish Fleet on a daily basis to manage incidents. The Danish Business Authority (DBA) is responsible for the tender project. System implementation and roll-out will be controlled by the DBA; ownership and responsibility for technical operation of the network after system acceptance will be taken by the the Danish Maritime Authority (DMA). The DMA also operates the existing Automatic Identification System (AIS). 2. Scope of project: The contract includes delivery of a coastal radio system and delivery of transmission network for up to 15 years after the network is operational (see 2.2.). The contract also includes maintenance and support services for up to 15 years (see 2.3.). 2.1 Delivery of the coastal radio system: Main elements of the system: The contract covers the design, planning, delivery, implementation and commissioning of all system elements of a CRSD that ensures safety at sea by enabling ship-to-shore, and shore-to-ship communications using VHF and MF marine radio frequency bands. The CRSD contains the following major system elements to be provided under this contract: VHF and MF radio base stations, backbone network, a switching system and a network management system covering all system elements. The CRSD shall provide capacity to handle at least 100 VHF and 20 MF radio base station channels. The network management system shall be able to remotely control, configure and operate the CRSD consisting of VHF and MF radio base stations and operator workstations. Other functions of the system: The CRSD shall be able to perform voice communications and broadcast transmission on individual channels and channel groups and receive and transmit DSC calls. It shall also provide connections and interfaces with external databases and networks such as the public switched telephone network. Communication for the handling of the public pilotage through Danish territorial waters shall also be integrated into the CRSD. Moreover, the CRSD shall allow the existing AIS to utilize the costal radio antenna system and shall have an interface to receive and process information provided by the AIS system. The system shall be based on relevant international standards. Workstations: Furthermore operator workstations shall be provided, including all necessary hardware, software and accessories such as audio speak/listening equipment to be used at the operation room to receive and transmit calls. The workstations shall provide local recording and playback functionality. The operator workstations shall be a stand-alone solution, i.e. independent of existing systems. It is noted that the operator worksstations of the coastal radio system at present is in Bagsværd (at “Lyngby Radio”) but at a later stage will be moved to Karup. Further information will be available in the tender documents. Estimated quantity of delivery: The tender will expectedly comprise the following items and subsystems including all required hardware and software to operate the systems. — 19 remotely controllable VHF radio base stations supporting voice (simplex and duplex) and DSC. — 4 remotely controllable MF radio bases stations supporting voice (simplex and duplex) and DSC. — Switching system to provide switching and interfacing between elements of the network and to external networks. — Network management functionality to remotely control, configure and operate the CRSD consisting of VHF and MF radio base stations and operator workstations. — 5 operator workstations including screens and accessory such as audio speak/listening equipment. Radio coverage: Denmark has signed International Maritime Organization's (IMO) obligations under the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) to operate a coastal radio system. The system shall allow the operators to support radio communications between ships in Danish waters, as defined by GMDSS Area 1 and Area 2, and land. The new CRSD shall provide the coverage as required by the corresponding international agreements. It will be the contractor's responsibility to ensure that the required coverage will be achieved with the existing sites and masts, and the offered technology. Transmission network equipment: The contractor shall provide all the required transmission network equipment and network connections to the backbone network that ties together the operator workstations, radio base stations and the components of the switching and network management system. Switchover from the existing system to the new system: The tender also covers the planning and performance of the network rollout and the switchover from the existing system to the new system. Roll-out will cover the implementation of the developed technical solution, including factory and system acceptance test before the operation phase. Provided by the DBA: DBA will ensure that the contractor can reuse the existing coastal network's antenna positions and reuse the existing housings with power equipment. DBA will take over the site usage agreements for all existing sites and masts before the contract is signed. The necessary spectrum resources for the operation of the Danish coastal radio network system will be provided by DBA. As the Danish State by DMA will be the owner of the new coastal radio network and be responsible for the operation of the network, the necessary spectrum licences will be issued to DMA. 2.2 Delivery of transmission network: The provisioning of transmission network consists of delivering a stable WAN-network between radio base stations, the elements of the switching and network management system, the operator workstations and to selected external systems like the existing AIS system. Transmission network shall be provided for up to 15 years with the possibility for DMA to terminate the contract. 2.3 Delivery of maintenance and support services: The contractor shall provide maintenance and support services for the coastal radio equipment and system. Required maintenance and support services comprise both preventive and reactive maintenance tasks including management of spare parts. Spare parts and support services for all provided components shall be available. Required services comprise tasks in the field of fault-, configuration-, performance- and security- management including provision of hotline services for system user. Maintenance and support services including spare parts shall be provided for up to 15 years with the possibility for DMA to terminate this part of the contract separately.