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Telecommunication services except telephone and data transmission services

Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization | Published January 15, 2015
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cpvs
64220000, 64227000, 32532000

Defence's connection to the American authorities WGS satellites happens among others via satellite antennae located in Denmark. For the Defence can use these satellite antennas, US Army (ARSTRAT) have to certify the antennas, thereby ensuring that the antennas do not interfere with other users of WGS satellites. There must therefore be an agreement with ARSTRAT certification of 4 existing satellite antennas. Certification process will be a total of approximately 2-3 years. According to previously entered Memoradum of Understanding ml. including the Danish government and the US government on the use of WGS satellites, carried out the certification of US authorities on the basis of a submitted work package description (Statement of Work) etc. It is not possible to let a civil market players out certifications, as only ARSTRAT may issue WGS certification.

Command, control, communication and computer systems

Forsvarsministeriets Materiel- og Indkøbsstyrelse | Published February 11, 2015
Winner
Harris Corporation RF Communications Division
cpvs
35710000

Framework agreement on repairs and spare parts for radio equipment (Harris 152, 150 Harris, Harris 117F / 117g and Harris 5800 radios).

Mine Counter Measures Tactical System — Services.

Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organisation (DALO) | Published February 21, 2015
Winner
Saab Danmark A/S
cpvs
50600000

DALO has a need for software support and technical assistance for the Danish Defence radio computer system Mine Counter Measures (MCM) tactical system, which is delivered by Saab Danmark A/S. Consequently, DALO has entered into a contract regarding the services from Saab Danmark A/S with a contract period from January 2015 until the end of June 2015.

Framework agreement regarding dual band antenna (VHF/UHF).

Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization | Published February 21, 2015  -  Deadline March 20, 2015
cpvs
32352000

The Danish Defence is in the process of upgrading and extending its communications capabilities. The new capabilities will enable the military vehicles to enter into a modern, network based communication- and information system on the battlefield. During an operation, several communication systems on each vehicle will simultaneously need to transmit and receive data and voice signals. This will happen both from static positions and on the move. It is important that each vehicles can fill its role without any communication break-down or limitations caused by interference between the vehicle systems and/or antennas. The increasing number of systems leads to an increasing number of antennas to be fitted onto military vehicles. A part of this process is optimization of the vehicles' topside and positioning of antennas. The work includes approximately 1 500 vehicles during the next two years. The main reason for using dual band antennas with integrated GPS antenna is to limit the number of antennas on the vehicles, without degrading the performance of radios compared with traditional antennas. Each dual band antenna will be used for one VHF radio and one UHF radio at the same time.

Framework agreement regarding GMDSS and Direction Finders.

Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization | Published July 1, 2015
Winner
FURUNO Danmark A/S
cpvs
35522000, 32344210, 35112000

The Danish Defence is using several different vessels in the Coastal Rescue Service, the Maritime Home Guard, the Danish Navy, different educational institutions and the Army and Air Force. These vessels have to be equipped with GMDSS material and direction finders in order to be able to require or deliver assistance, and potentially lead operations, in an emergency situation at sea in accordance with the International Maritime Organizations (IMO) Safety Of Life At Sea (SOLAS) regulations and the Search And Rescue (SAR) Denmark. This tender is divided into two lots. The purpose with this framework agreement is to be able to bring, and maintain, all units up to a modern standard for GMDSS material and to ensure that all vessels are equipped with the same type of material to ease maintenance and repairs. The following procurement includes GMDSS equipment for vessels within all four sea areas (A1, A2, A3 and A4) in accordance with the SOLAS regulations chapter IV regarding radio communication. This is specific mobile and portable VHF, MF/HF, Inmarsat C, Navtex, Emergency Position Indication Radio Beacon (EPIRB), Search And Rescue Responder (SART), DSC, EGC, MSI, Radiotelex, Printers, Power Supply/Charger equipment and UHF/VHF Direction Finders. All GMDSS equipment must be able to connect in a LAN, except for Navtex, EPIRB and SART. In addition all GMDSS equipment must be Wheelmarked according to the Marine Equipment Directive (MED 96/98/EC). The tender encompasses: Lot 1: A) Mobile and portable VHF, MF/HF, Inmarsat C, Navtex, Emergency Position Indication Radio Beacon (EPIRB), Search And Rescue Responder (SART), DSC, EKG, MSI, Radiotelex, Printers and Power Supply/Charger; B) Installation on ad hoc basis; C) A Shore Based Maintenance Agreement (SBMA) for all four sail areas (A1-A4), on which it should be possible to contact the supplier on global level; D) Education of the Danish Defense's technicians, in order to make them capable of performing installation and repair the equipment on the specific modules. Lot 2: A) UHF/VHF Direction Finders; B) Installation on ad hoc basis; C) A Shore Based Maintenance Agreement (SBMA) for all four sail areas (A1-A4), on which it should be possible to contact the supplier on global level; D) Education of the Danish Defense's technicians, in order to make them capable of performing installation and repair the equipment on the specific modules.

Tactical command, control and communication systems

Forsvarets Materiel- og Indkøbsstyrelse | Published July 24, 2015
Winner
US Army Security Assistance Command
cpvs
35712000, 35710000

Defence in hardware and Purchasing Management Board needs to acquire encrypted radio capacity that can handle classified data. The acquisition consists of partially upgrading of Defence existing radio capacity and partly new acquisition of encrypted radios. The radios are sold only through the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) system approved partner countries, why the radios being acquired by the US Government through the FMS system. This contract is not covered by the WTO Government Procurement Agreement (GPA).

Armoured Patrol Vehicles (APV).

Forsvarsministeriets Materiel- og Indkøbsstyrelse | Published October 13, 2015  -  Deadline November 10, 2015
cpvs
35410000, 35412000, 35412400, 35412500, 35420000, 44510000, 50630000, 73423000, 73433000, 79131000, 80630000

This contract notice concerns DALO's award of framework agreements for the procurement of an 4 x 4 armoured patrol vehicle (APV) system (consisting of different configurations of the APV), initial spare parts and documentation as well as sustainment services, training and additional spare parts for the APVs procured. Procurement will be based on 2 agreements/contracts. Thus, DALO will award 1) a framework agreement concerning the acquisition of the APVs, initial spare parts and documentation (the ‘Acquisition Contract’) and 2) a framework agreement concerning certain services and additional spare parts related to the APVs (the ‘Sustainment Contract’). The Acquisition Contract and Sustainment Contract are to be seen as a whole and will be awarded to the same supplier. The supplier shall offer the APV in the following configurations (text in brackets are functional descriptions): — Patrol (Command and control (2C), Liaison, Troop Transport. 4-5 persons). — Electronic warfare (Collect military intelligence from enemy communication systems through monitoring and processing their networks in order to support the Danish Contingent (DANCON) and external partners. 4-5 persons). — Support (Line Logistic Equipment transport. 2-3 persons). — RECCE open (The vehicle will primarily act in the role of a scout vehicle, covering Light Reconnaissance. Conduct protective security and escort support during advance and withdrawal as well dismounted as mounted. Surveillance. 5-6 persons. Armaments, as in weapons, are expected to be the same as on the Patrol configuration, e.g. heavy machine gun on top). — RECCE closed (Light Reconnaissance. Conduct protective security and escort support during advance and withdrawal as well dismounted as mounted. Surveillance. 5-6 persons). The APVs in configuration patrol, electronic warfare, RECCE closed and support shall have Level 4a/4b mine protection, and Level 3 Ballistic protection when mission ready according to STANAG 4569 AEP 55 vol. 1 edition 2 or later edition. The RECCE open configuration shall have minimum Level 2a/2b mine protection, and Level 2 Ballistic protection when mission ready, according to STANAG 4569 AEP 55 vil. 1 edition 2 or later edition. Meaning that the chassis (underbody) shall be designed with and provide the same protection as the RECCE closed configuration. Covered areas including ballistic windows (windshield) and the side of the vehicle shall provide the same protection as corresponding areas on the RECCE closed configuration. Please note that certificates issued by a third party institute documenting the protection level required for the Patrol configuration, shall be presented to DALO no later than at the deadline for submission of Best And Final Offers (which is currently scheduled for January 2017). With regards to the other configurations such certificates shall be presented to DALO at the time of delivery, which — if these configurations are purchased — will be September 2018 at the earliest. The certification must be approved by a National Authority. The National Authority shall be a government appointed expert from a NATO or PFP country. DALO is willing to act as a National Authority to facilitate evaluation of the certification. If certification has not already taken place, and, if DALO will not be acting as the National Authority, DALO would like to be present during the certification process as an observer. Please also note that it will be viewed positively in the evaluation of offers, if the APV has been subject to an overmatch test. The APVs (all configurations) shall be certified for transport by C-130J, at the time of delivery. For one APV to be certified for transport by C-130J it shall not weigh more than 5896 kg. on each Axel and be located between loadstation 537-882 in the airplane. The main engine shall as minimum fulfil EURO III emissions norm. The APVs shall be fully operable in climate zones Intermediate (A3), Mild cold (C0), Intermediate cold (C1) according to AECTP-230. Furthermore, the APVs shall comply with requirements related to occupational safety and environmental aspects. Prior to delivery of APVs, the supplier shall install a variety of equipment that is furnished by DALO. This equipment could, for instance, include remote controlled weapon stations, battle management systems, radio equipment, etc. The type of equipment will depend on the configuration in question. The APVs will function in a full-spectrum operational environment from war to humanitarian missions with multiple and diverse threats presenting themselves. This demands that the APVs are flexible, highly mobile and agile in the terrain. Also — since the APV is expected to be in use for at least 15 years — development potential in terms of payload (minimum 200 kg + mission configuration), power supply and integration of future technologies are considered essential. As stated in section II.1.4) above, DALO expects to make an initial purchase of up to 36 APVs with expected delivery in 2018 as a supplement of the existing fleet for the Danish Army. The initial purchase is expected to be of APVs in the PATROL configuration, but DALO may decide that some of the APVs shall be in another configuration. During the lifetime of the Acquisition Contract, DALO retains the right to order additional APVs (in different configurations within the vehicle system). The supplier shall have a full system responsibility. The exact terms and conditions for the supplier's system responsibility will be described in detail in the contracts. The purchaser is using Mercell Sourcing Services for this tender. To notify your interest and get access to any documents, you must copy and paste the link below into the address-part on your browser. http://permalink.mercell.com/53567402.aspx Then choose the relevant tender.

Computer-related equipment 2015 / S 202-366360

Forsvarsministeriets Materiel- og Indkøbsstyrelse (FMI) | Published October 17, 2015
cpvs
30230000

FMI needs to acquire 200 Client PCs that are specifically designed for and fully compatible with the Navy radio computer system ICS2000 (Intergrated Communication System) - a specially developed system that ensures secure communication and used on Navy ships. Client PCs will replace the existing, not living up to the Defence Intelligence safety.

Acquisition and sustainment of BRASS Enhancement 1 (BRASS EO).

Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organizations (DALO) | Published October 20, 2015  -  Deadline November 17, 2015
cpvs
35711000, 35700000, 35710000, 35712000, 32342410, 51321000, 50333000

This contract notice concerns DALO's award of a contract covering the acquisition and sustainment of the Danish implementation of the NATO BRASS EO. The Danish implementation of the NATO BRASS EO system will be the strategic maritime HF communication system for the Royal Danish Navy ensuring backwards compatibility with NATO BRASS Initial Core Capability (ICC) and NATO legacy systems. The purpose of the contract is to facilitate a multiple, continuous, robust, strategic and independent long range radio communication capability — under national control — between shore authorities and Danish naval units operating in Danish, North Atlantic and Arctic waters, as well as designated waters for worldwide support during operations covering from combat operations to peace operations and humanitarian operations. It is crucial to DALO that the accquisition is interoperable with Danish and NATO naval units. Therefore, the implementation is driven by the NATO Minimum Military Requirements (MMR) and NATO Broadcast and Ship Shore Enhancement One Target Architecture (BREITA). Also, it will be viewed positively that the system offered by the tenderer — to the furthest extent possible — is already fully developed and put into operational use. The BRASS EO system is to be installed at 1) 2 control sites ashore; one in Denmark and 1 in Greenland, at 2) the naval training facility in Denmark and 3) on all major naval units. Thus, delivery of the system must take place at several locations within the Kingdom of Denmark. Delivery in Denmark includes an Automated Control and Management System (ACMS) site in Aarhus with a transmit and a receive site in Frederikshavn. Delivery in Greenland includes an ACMS site in Nuuk with a transmit and a receive site in Kangerlussuaq. Furthermore, the system is to be installed on an expected number of 13 mobile units, which are located at either Naval Base Korsoer or Naval Base Frederikshavn at the time of the installation. The naval training facility is also located at the Naval Base Frederikshavn. The majority of the sustainment services are expected to be delivered at the sites ashore and/or delivered remotely to mobile units. However, the supplier must be obligated to deliver certain sustainment services on site to mobile units either in national or in international operations. Further details regarding the specificic places of delivery will follow in the tender documents. The BRASS EO system, including installations, initial spare parts packages, special tools and test equipment (STTE), documentation and initial training, will be procured on the basis of an Acquisition Contract. In addition, DALO wishes to enter into a Sustainment Contract allowing for the subsequent procurement of additional spare parts and STTE, sustainment services, including maintenance services and support, and optional deliveries for the system throughout a period of up to 15 years, which is the expected life time of the system. The 2 contracts should be seen as a whole and will both be awarded to the successful tenderer.

Armoured Patrol Vehicles (APV).

Forsvarsministeriets Materiel- og Indkøbsstyrelse | Published December 3, 2015  -  Deadline January 8, 2016
cpvs
35410000, 35412000, 35412400, 35412500, 35420000, 44510000, 50630000, 73423000, 73433000, 79131000, 80630000

Armoured patrol vehicle (APV) system: This contract notice concerns DALO's award of framework agreements for the procurement of an 4 x 4 Armoured Patrol Vehicle (APV) system. The APV system shall consist of different configurations of the APV that are based on the same basic vehicle platform. The APVs will function in a full-spectrum operational environment from war to humanitarian missions with multiple and diverse threats presenting themselves. This demands that the APVs are flexible, highly mobile and agile in the terrain. In addition to the APVs, the framework agreements will cover initial spare parts and documentation as well as sustainment services, training and additional spare parts for the APVs procured. Configurations: The supplier shall offer the APV system in the following configurations (text in brackets are functional descriptions): — ‘Patrol’ (Command and Control (2C), Liaison, Patrol Employment. 4-5 persons); — ‘Electronic Warfare’ (collect military intelligence from enemy communication systems through monitoring and processing their networks in order to support the Danish Contingent (DANCON) and external partners. 4-5 persons); — ‘Support’ (Line Logistic Equipment transport. 2-3 persons); — ‘RECCE Open’ (the vehicle will primarily act in the role of a scout vehicle, covering Light Reconnaissance. Conduct protective security and escort support during advance and withdrawal as well dismounted as mounted. Surveillance. 5-6 persons. Armaments, as in weapons, are expected to be the same as on the PATROL configuration, e.g. heavy machine gun on top); — ‘RECCE Closed’ (Light Reconnaissance. Conduct protective security and escort support during advance and withdrawal as well dismounted as mounted. Surveillance. 5-6 persons). Protection. The APVs in the configurations Patrol, Electronic Warfare, RECCE Closed and Support shall have Level 4a/4b mine protection according to STANAG 4569, AEP 55 vol. 2 edition 2 (or any later edition) when mission ready, and Level 3 Ballistic protection according to STANAG 4569 AEP 55 vol. 1 edition 2 (or any later edition) when mission ready. The RECCE Open configuration shall have minimum Level 2a/2b mine protection according to STANAG 4569, AEP 55 vol. 2 edition 2 (or any later edition) when mission ready, and Level 2 Ballistic protection according to STANAG 4569 AEP 55 vol. 1 edition 2 (or any later edition), meaning that the chassis (underbody) shall be designed like and provide the same protection as the RECCE Closed configuration. Covered areas including ballistic windows (windshield) and the side of the vehicle shall provide the same protection as corresponding areas on the RECCE Closed configuration. Please note that certificates issued by a third party institute documenting the protection level required for the Patrol configuration shall be presented to DALO no later than at the deadline for submission of Best And Final Offers (which is currently scheduled for March 2017). With regards to the other configurations such certificates shall be presented to DALO at the time of delivery, which — if these configurations are purchased — will be November 2018 at the earliest. The certification must be approved by a National Authority. The National Authority shall be a government appointed expert from a NATO or PFP country. DALO is willing to act as a National Authority to facilitate evaluation of the certification. If certification has not already taken place, and, if DALO will not be acting as the National Authority, DALO would like to be present during the certification process as an observer. Please also note that it will be viewed positively in the evaluation of offers, if the APV has been subject to an overmatch test. Tactical transportation by air: The APVs (all configurations) shall be certifiable for transport by C-130J. For an APV to be certified for transport by C-130J it shall not weigh more than 5 896 kg on each axel and be located between load station 537-882 in the airplane. Furthermore the size of the APV shall not exceed the following dimensions: overall length: 8 630 mm, overall height: 2 667 mm, overall width: 2 921 mm. Engine: The main engine shall as minimum fulfil EURO III emissions norm. Environmental aspects etc: The APVs shall be fully operable in climate zones intermediate (A3), mild cold (C0), intermediate cold (C1) according to AECTP-230. Furthermore, the APVs shall comply with requirements related to occupational safety and environmental aspects. Furnished equipment: Prior to delivery of APVs, the supplier shall install a variety of equipment that is furnished by DALO. This equipment could, for instance, include remote controlled weapon stations, battle management systems, radio equipment, etc. The type of equipment will depend on the configuration in question. Development potential: Also — since the APV is expected to be in use for at least 15 years — development potential in terms of payload (minimum 200 kg + mission configuration), power supply and integration of future technologies are considered essential. Contract structure: Procurement will be based on two agreements/contracts. Thus, DALO will award 1) a framework agreement concerning the acquisition of the APVs, initial spare parts and documentation (the ‘Acquisition Contract’) and 2) a framework agreement concerning certain services and additional spare parts related to the APVs (the ‘Sustainment Contract’). The Acquisition Contract and Sustainment Contract are to be seen as a whole and will be awarded to the same supplier. System responsibility: The supplier shall have a full system responsibility. The exact terms and conditions for the supplier's system responsibility will be described in detail in the contracts. Procurement schedule: As stated in section II.1.4) above, DALO expects to make an initial purchase of up to 36 APVs with expected delivery in 2018 as a supplement of the existing fleet for the Danish Army. The initial purchase is expected to be of APVs in the PATROL configuration, but DALO may decide that some of the APVs shall be in another configuration. During the duration of the Acquisition Contract, DALO retains the right to order additional APVs (in different configurations within the APV system). The purchaser is using Mercell Sourcing Services for this tender. To notify your interest and get access to any documents, you must copy and paste the link below into the address-part on your browser. http://permalink.mercell.com/54740113.aspx Then choose the relevant tender.

Construction work for sewage pipes 2015 / S 239-433434

Boligforeningen AAB, afdeling 54 | Published December 10, 2015  -  Deadline January 15, 2016
cpvs
45232440, 45231300, 45232130, 45232400, 45232410, 45232454, 45233250, 45432112

Section 54 located Hedeparken 117-235 and Magleparken 45-71 and 128-214, Ballerup, consists of 944 leases in 19 blocks covering an area of ​​approximately 215 000 m2. with coverings, paths, parking areas, green areas, communal laundries, public houses, etc. The building will be in operation during the entire construction period, there will therefore be a part occupant management during the construction period. Main contract for the execution of: - sewer renovation of sewers primarily by liner, including flushing and TV inspection before and after as well as possible. local excavations. - Sewer renovation of rainwater pipes, including any. partial excavation and replacement as needed. - Rainwater drainage and torrential action, possibly. decoupling and LAR (local rainwater). - Coating work, including replacement and establishment of new coatings and base layer for the main entry and paths and the establishment of new living and traffic areas. The performance will take place in two phases: 1) Renovation of wastewater sewers 2) Renovation of stormwater sewers, rainwater drainage, paving and green areas. Contracting authority expects to start of the contract will be 01/05/2016 with an anticipated construction period of approximately 2 years. General contractor should be ready to begin rehabilitation of the wastewater sewer immediately after the start of the contract.

Construction work for sewage pipes

Boligforeningen AAB, Afdeling 54 | Published December 10, 2015  -  Deadline January 15, 2016
cpvs
45232440, 45231300, 45232400, 45232410, 45232130, 45232454, 45233250, 45432112

Section 54 located Hedeparken 117-235 and Magleparken 45-71 and 128-214, Ballerup, consists of 944 leases in 19 blocks covering an area of ​​approximately 215 000 m2. with coverings, paths, parking areas, green areas, communal laundries, public houses, etc. The building will be in operation during the entire construction period, there will therefore be a part occupant management during the construction period. Main contract for the execution of: - sewer renovation of sewers primarily by liner, including flushing and TV inspection before and after as well as possible. local excavations. - Sewer renovation of rainwater pipes, including any. partial excavation and replacement as needed. - Rainwater drainage and torrential action, possibly. decoupling and LAR (local rainwater). - Coating work, including replacement and establishment of new coatings and base layer for the main entry and paths and the establishment of new living and traffic areas. The performance will take place in two phases: 1) Renovation of wastewater sewers 2) Renovation of stormwater sewers, rainwater drainage, paving and green areas. Contracting authority expects to start of the contract will be 01/05/2016 with an anticipated construction period of approximately 2 years. General contractor should be ready to begin rehabilitation of the wastewater sewer immediately after the start of the contract.

Radio masts

Forsvarets Materiel- og Indkøbsstyrelse | Published December 24, 2015  -  Deadline February 5, 2016
cpvs
44212261, 44212263

Defence has on numerous sites in Denmark, Greenland and the Faroe Islands located masts and antennas primarily for radiocommunications purposes. Radiocommunications include HF, UHF and VHF antennas. In a number of cases included the mast as an active part of the antenna. Furthermore used master as a platform for meteorological equipment, optical equipment, radars and shoot signals. Mast equipment includes bardunerede and self-supporting welded or bolted structures with associated lightning. Land based satellite systems also includes related installation, indmåling and service of lightning protection systems, electrical installations, tracking systems, de-icing systems, Monitor and Control systems, transmitting and receiving equipment on satellite dishes. Subsequently referred to as satellite systems. Offerings include: A) Maintenance, engineering, installation and dismantling of bardunerede and self-supporting welded or bolted mast constructions for installation of HF, UHF and VHF antennas, including the planning, establishment or renovation of mast foundation and wire anchors. B) Maintenance, installation and dismantling of the UHF / VHF antennas C) Maintenance, installation and dismantling of HF logperiodiske wire antennas, swivel HF logperiodiske and HF bredbåndsdipol, D) Maintenance, assembly and disassembly of 1 m to 16 m satellite systems, as well as assembly and disassembly of radomes for 1 m to 2.4 m dishes, including planning, establishment or renovation of foundations, and E) Delivery of the complete 60 m barduneret lattice mast.

Software programming and consultancy services 2016 / S 043-070197

Forsvarsministeriets Materiel- og Indkøbsstyrelse | Published March 2, 2016
cpvs
72200000, 72210000, 72212121



For erstatningsanskaffelsen of new radio stations on the fly Bucharest and Skrydstrup and the associated training system, there is a need to have a new interface between the new radio stations and the existing VCs. Both systems used in connection with the Air Force's Air Traffic Control (ATC) system. For the entire ATC VCS continue to be maintained as a unit after the integration of the radios change the existing maintenance agreement so that this also includes ATC VCS with the new hardware and new features to the new interface brings.

Provision of services in accordance with the description in section II.1.4).

Rammeud - TV inspections

Forsyning Ballerup Afløb A/S | Published March 4, 2016  -  Deadline April 11, 2016
cpvs
42997100, 42997200

For Glostrup Sewage A / S, North Water A / S and Supply Ballerup A / S, we hereby invite you to tender for the above work. The award criterion is the most economically-advantageous tender.

Framework agreement regarding sustainment of HF Radio Communication equipment consisting of THALES Series 6000 HF Transmitter and Receiver equipment

Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization | Published April 8, 2016  -  Deadline May 9, 2016
cpvs
32344210, 50333100, 50333000, 32344200

On-board 5 major naval ships The Royal Danish Navy has installed and is currently using HF radio communication equipment consisting of THALES Series 6000 HF Transmitter and Receiver equipment. Further to this a training communication system is installed at the Naval Technical School and a test set of the equipment is located at Naval Base Workshop both also consisting of THALES series 6000 Equipment.

The HF radio system has been commissioned over a span of 8 years from 2004 and consists in total of 40 dual 1 kW transceivers, a number of highpower antenna combiners, antennas, antenna tuners as well as receive antenna and distribution systems.

The Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistic Organisation (DALO) wishes to establish a sustainment and support program for this HF radio communication equipment. Sustainability of the HF Radio System shall ensure that the system remains on an operational acceptable level, being interoperable with NATO partners and in accordance with NATO standards.

The framework agreement will mainly include the following services relating to the HF radio communication equipment currently owned by DALO (THALES Series 6000 HF Transmitter and Receiver equipment):

1. Supply of spare parts and components (if original Thales spare parts are not offered DALO will require documentation ensuring full interoperability);

2. Repair service regarding spare parts;

3. Repair service regarding the equipment;

4. Training (regarding existing as well as supplied equipment);

5. Supply of relevant documentation (regarding existing as well as supplied equipment);

6. Remote support service (help desk);

7. On-site support by skilled technicians;

8. Enhancement services;

9. Obsolescence handling.

Repair, maintenance and associated services related to personal computers, office equipment, telecommunications and audio-visual equipment

Forsvarsministeriets Materiel- og Indkøbsstyrelse (FMI) | Published May 19, 2016
Winner
Systematic A/S
cpvs
50300000

The acquisition concerns an acquisition of the changed security documentation for Nato Secret Wide Area Network and Maritime Command & Control Information System (NSWAN / MCCIS) according to the state security standard ISO27001.

Acquisition of mobile data radios, spare parts and related services

Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization (DALO) | Published June 9, 2016
Winner
Exelis Defence Limited
cpvs
35711000, 35710000, 35700000, 35000000

The framework agreement contains the acquisition of data radios and the subsequent purchase of spare parts and services related to the operation of the data radios. The duration of the framework agreement is stated to be 15 years. The Danish Defence has an existing data radio network comprising several 100 already existing data radios. The existing data radios were purchased under a framework agreement with Exelis which expired in October 2015. The data radios to be bought under the framework agreement shall be integrated in the existing data radio network. Data radios shall be installed in vehicles and make them able to communicate and exchange information.

Radio masts

Forsvarsministeriets Materiel- og Indkøbsstyrelse | Published June 14, 2016
Winner
Teracom A/S
cpvs
44212261, 44212263

Defence has a wide range of sites in Denmark, Greenland and the Faroe Islands located masts and antennas primarily for radiocommunications purposes. Radiocommunications include HF, UHF and VHF antennas. In a number of cases included mast as an active part of the antenna. Furthermore, used master as a platform for meteorological equipment, optical equipment, radars and fire signals. Mast equipment includes bardunerede and self-supporting welded

or bolted structures with associated lightning. Land based satellite systems also includes related installation, indmåling and servicing of lightning protection systems, electrical installations, tracking systems, de-icing systems, Monitor and Control systems, transmitting and receiving equipment on satellite dishes. Subsequently referred to as satellite systems. Offerings include:

A) Maintenance, engineering, installation and dismantling of bardunerede and self-supporting welded or bolted mast constructions for installation of HF, UHF and VHF antennas, including design,

establishment or renovation of mast foundation and wire anchors.

B) Maintenance, installation and dismantling of UHF / VHF antennas

C) Maintenance, installation and dismantling of HF logperiodiske wire antennas, rotatable HF logperiodiske and HF bredbåndsdipol,

D) Maintenance, assembly and disassembly of 1 m to 16 m satellite systems, as well as assembly and disassembly of radomes for 1 m to 2.4 m dishes, including planning, establishment or renovation of foundations and

E) Provide complete 60 m barduneret lattice mast.

Framework agreement regarding sustainment of HF Radio Communication equipment consisting of Thales Series 6000 HF Transmitter and Receiver equipment

Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistics Organization | Published July 6, 2016  -  Deadline August 15, 2016
cpvs
32344210, 50333100, 50333000, 32344200

On-board 5 major naval ships The Royal Danish Navy has installed and is currently using HF radio communication equipment consisting of Thales Series 6000 HF Transmitter and Receiver equipment. Further to this a training communication system is installed at the Naval Technical School and a test set of the equipment is located at Naval Base Workshop both consist of Thales series 6000 equipment. The HF radio system has been commissioned over a span of 8 years from 2004 and consist in total of 40 dual 1 kW transceivers, a number of highpower antenna combiners, antennas, antenna tuners as well as receive antenna and distribution systems.

The Danish Defence Acquisition and Logistic Organization (DALO) wishes to establish a sustainment and support program for this HF radio communication equipment. Sustainability of the HF Radio System shall ensure that the system remains on an operational acceptable level, being interoperable with NATO partners and in accordance with NATO standards.

The framework agreement will mainly include the following services relating to the HF radio communication equipment currently owned by DALO ( Thales series 6000 HF transmitter and Receiver equipment):

1. Supply of spare parts and components (if original Thales spare parts are not offered DALO will require documentation ensuring full interoperability);

2. Repair service regarding spare parts;

3. Repair service regarding the equipment;

4. Training (regarding existing as well as supplied equipment);

5. Supply of relevant documentation (regarding existing as well as supplied equipment);

6. Remote support service (help desk);

7. On-site support by skilled technicians;

8. Enhancement services;

9. Obsolescence handeling.