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Television and radio receivers, and sound or video recording or reproducing apparatus

Stichting Kind en Onderwijs Rotterdam | Published February 24, 2017  -  Deadline May 9, 2017
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32300000

The contracting authority has set itself the objective to conclude a framework agreement with a party that can meet the need for interactive whiteboards and associated services. The new models in principle to purchase its so-called "touch screens".

The contracting authority is expected to decline about 40 configurations per year, including assembly and maintenance. This number is indicative. No rights can be derived.

Television and audio-visual equipment

Katholieke Scholenstichting Utrecht (KSU) | Published March 29, 2017  -  Deadline May 15, 2017
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32320000

The ultimate aim of this tender is to contract with one reseller for the possible delivery of interactive whiteboards, touch screens and projectors for the next 2.5 years with an optional extension of KSU also 2.5 years.

The foreseeable purchasing volume for audiovisual hardware and associated services amounts to 1.5 million euros including VAT, ie 1.24 million euros ex VAT). the specified volume is merely indicative. Here thus no rights can be derived.

Integrated telecommunications services

Gemeente Lansingerland | Published February 24, 2017  -  Deadline April 24, 2017
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64227000

The spend on contract involves supply and maintenance of mobile telephony, fixed telephony (telephone lines) and internet.

The municipality Lansingerland employs 450 employees. In mid-2012, the congregation moved into its new town hall in Bergschenhoek. In addition, all employees received a fixed workplace.

When moving into the new town hall, the existing Mitel telephony environment redesigned. The users are facilitated with a corded phone. The fixed telephony (phone) and mobile telephony are both housed at one supplier. The total number of mobile subscriptions is more than 190. In addition to the town hall one has a location in Bleiswijk and a church yard in Berkel en Rodenrijs. The former is accessed via its own fiber to the town hall.

Annex 9 contains a detailed overview of the current consumption data for fixed and mobile telephony.

Postal and telecommunications services

Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek | Published March 14, 2017  -  Deadline April 25, 2017
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64000000, 32000000

Services for the provision of voice and data communications; sending SMS and MMS messages; provision of mobile phones; supporting services for the benefit of the NWO offices in The Hague and Utrecht.

The average monthly bill of mobile bill amount:

NWO The Hague = 11 500 EUR incl. VAT

NWO Utrecht 3 900 EUR = incl. VAT

You can derive from the above amounts in no way legally binding.

Postal and telecommunications services

Ministerie van Binnenlandse Zaken en Koninkrijksrelaties | Published March 3, 2017  -  Deadline May 1, 2017
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64000000, 64200000, 64214200

IWR2017 | Inbound is a government-wide procurement where inbound communication services will be procured within the government. In particular, two large and important phone numbers in the provision of information from the government and associated traffic handling, are covered by this contract. These are the inbound numbers from the Tax Information Line and the Ministry of General Affairs (rijksoverheid.nl).

See also the descriptive document.

IWR2017 | Inbound is part of the program Tender IWR. For further information about the program Tender IWR see https://www.hisict.nl/aanbesteding-iwr

See descriptive document.

Postal and telecommunications services

Ministerie van Binnenlandse Zaken en Koninkrijksrelaties | Published March 18, 2017  -  Deadline May 8, 2017
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64000000, 64200000, 64212100

IWR 2017 | SMS Gateway services are used when sending large amounts (bulk) SMS messages, the traffic here is "point-to-mulitipoint". This may for example include SMS messages for authentication purposes with a certain confidence level, but also other information purposes for the benefit of citizens and officials. A common application example is DigiD.

IWR2017 | SMS Gateway is part of the program Tender IWR. For further information about the program Tender IWR see https://www.hisict.nl/aanbesteding-iwr

See descriptive document.

Postal and telecommunications services

Belastingdienst, IUC Belastingdienst | Published February 18, 2017  -  Deadline May 11, 2017
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64000000, 64100000

This request concerns a European public tender for the purpose of collecting, sorting, handling and delivery of business mail, parcels and courier services to destinations abroad for all participating departments. The contract (all lots) explicitly classifying a contract of carriage (no forwarding contract).

The purpose of this tender is to contract with one or more contractors who organizationally and logistically suitable / for collecting, sorting, delivery and handling of international mail, parcels and courier services. These contractors must provide services to the economically most advantageous manner, meeting the minimum requirements.

The intended result of this project is an efficient service in the field of mail, parcels and courier services to, from and within the countries for the employees of the participating services to the consignee ...

The contracting authority pays the contract on behalf of the Central Government (11 ministries) and other participating services which are related to the central government (see Annex 3, list participating services per lot).

Section 2.5 and Annex 5 provides an overview of the size or the transmission profile per parcel. The scale is based on volumes in 2015. These figures no rights can be derived and these figures are only indicative.

The contracting authority pays the contract on behalf of the Central Government (11 ministries) and other participating services which are related to the central government (see Annex 3, summary participating services per lot).

Section 2.5 and Annex 5 provides an overview of the size or the transmission profile per parcel. The scale is based on volumes in 2015. These figures no rights can be derived and these figures are only indicative.

Postal and telecommunications services

Belastingdienst, IUC Belastingdienst | Published April 19, 2017  -  Deadline June 13, 2017
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64000000, 64113000, 64120000, 60000000, 60100000

This European public procurement framework agreements concerning the purpose of collecting, sorting, handling and delivery of business parcels, courier services and transportation to a destination within the Netherlands for all participating services. The contract explicitly classifying a framework agreement.

The purpose of this tender is to contract with one or more contractors, the organizational and logistics is / are for collecting, sorting, delivery and handling of domestic parcels, courier and transport services. These contractors need to provision of the service in the most economically advantageous manner, with fulfillment of at least the requirements.

The intended result of this project is an efficient service in the area of ​​parcels, courier and transport within the Dutch borders for the employees of the participating services. The order process and associated adm ...

Annex 5 provides an overview of the size or the delivery profile for each parcel. The scale is based on volumes of 2016. In these figures, no rights can be derived, and these figures are only indicative nature. In section 2.5 is an overview where the (estimated) size of the plots is displayed. It is noted that for the parcel transport, a review clause is included in Chapter 9. This clause comes into force at large volume changes.

GT Fixed Communication - Association of Dutch Municipalities

Vereniging van Nederlandse Gemeenten | Published April 13, 2017  -  Deadline June 26, 2017
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64210000

Municipal Telecommunications - Fixed Communications

Telephone and data transmission services

Vereniging Nederlandse Gemeenten | Published April 15, 2017  -  Deadline June 26, 2017
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64210000, 72411000, 72720000

Municipal Telecommunications - fixed communication.

Municipal telecommunication fixed communications. Under GT fixed communications services are acquired for the transmission of voice and data traffic over a fixed infrastructure. The Contractor shall provide the services nationwide over the fixed infrastructure.

Besides the transmission of voice and data includes the routing of voice traffic over the public telephone network and providing Internet access under GT fixed communications.

Procurement of IT hardware (lot 1) and audiovisual (Lot 2) - Tutorial Fier, foundation for public and general special primary education

Onderwijsgroep Fier, stichting voor openbaar en algemeen bijzonder primair onderwijs | Published April 4, 2017  -  Deadline May 22, 2017
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30200000

The procurement process for Lot 1 focuses on the purchasing needs in the field of ICT hardware Tutorial Fier and Radius Foundation for the next four years. The procurement process for Lot 2 concerns the purchase of high-quality interactive whiteboards, touch screens, TVs and projectors. Both organizations intend to merge into one organization. It is expected that this merger is formalized in the autumn of 2017. The partnership board that arises here will act as formal client. The current school boards act jointly as the contracting authority. Should the formal merger for some reason not to proceed to contracting than Fier Education Group will act as principal and serve as a central purchasing body for Radius. A central purchasing body is a contracting authority to acquire supplies or services intended for other contracting authority (government) awards contracts or concludes framework agreements for other contracting authorities (government) contracts for works, supplies or services.

Computer equipment and supplies

Onderwijsgroep Fier, stichting voor openbaar en algemeen bijzonder primair onderwijs | Published April 8, 2017  -  Deadline May 22, 2017
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30200000, 32320000, 32321200

The procurement process for Lot 1 focuses on the purchasing needs in the field of ICT hardware Tutorial Fier and Radius Foundation for the next four years. The procurement process for Lot 2 concerns the purchase of high-quality interactive whiteboards, touch screens, TVs and projectors. Both organizations intend to merge into one organization. It is expected that this merger is formalized in the autumn of 2017. The partnership board that arises here will act as formal client. The current school boards act jointly as the contracting authority. Should the formal merger for some reason not to proceed to contracting than Fier Education Group will act as principal and serve as a central purchasing body for Radius. A central purchasing body is a contracting authority to acquire supplies or services intended for other contracting authority (government) awards contracts or concludes framework agreements for other contracting authorities ...

The foreseeable total purchasing volume over four calendar years at least approximately 330 000 EUR including VAT.

The foreseeable total procurement volume over four calendar years including VAT is at least about 405 000 EUR.

The performance of services for determining Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC) - Ministerie van Economische Zaken, Rijksdienst voor Ondernemend Nederland (RVO)

Ministerie van Economische Zaken, Rijksdienst voor Ondernemend Nederland (RVO) | Published April 12, 2017  -  Deadline May 29, 2017
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66171000

In the regulated industries mentioned above ACM has a role in tariff setting. For this, ACM needs to determine the reasonable return to set tariffs for incumbents in regulated markets, like the telecommunication market, electricity market, gas market, pilot market et cetera. ACM sets this reasonable return by calculating the Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC). Since the WACC is a very complex and financial and business specific matter, ACM regularly needs advice to determine (parameters of) the WACC. The Contracting Authority wants to conclude a Framework agreement with three tenderers that have submitted the most advantageous tender (offer) based on the best price-quality ratio. The future contractors, as well as the services to be performed by these contractors, must fulfil the terms and conditions to be set by the Contracting Authority which are specified in this tender document. Using a framework agreement, the Contracting Authority intends to attract advice of high-quality experts who can support the ACM in determining the WACC. By using a Framework agreement it is possible for ACM to contract the Specific assignments at short notice and to specify the exact scope of the Specific assignment at the moment that advice is needed. In order to obtain a Specific agreement, the future contractors will participate in so called “mini competitions” the ACM will organize under the Framework agreement at the moment ACM needs a specific advice. ACM foresees different assignments with varying dimensions and scope. Some examples of assignments are: • Calculate the WACC for Dutch water distribution firms. • Calculate the specific risk for KPN’s Fiber to the Home (FttH) activities. • Determine the peer group for the Dutch pilots. • Determine the peer group for Dutch Caribbean energy and water companies. • Calculate the WACC or the beta for a company which is subject of an abuse investigation (p.e. of using excessive prices) • Give an advice on the reference period used to calculate the risk-free rate. • Give an advice on the Equity Risk Premium based on Dividend Growth Models. • Give an advice on the ACM WACC method. These Specific assignments can relate to different markets, in particular the markets ACM regulates: • Telecommunication • Postal services • Rail • Airports • Pilots • Electricity • Gas • Drinking water But the assignments may also relate to other regulated or non-regulated markets. The Specific assignments may include several various researches: • Collecting up-to-date evidence on the relevant financial parameters, keeping in mind the ACM method (see below). This evidence should be based on up-to-date knowledge of the incumbent company, the market in which the incumbent company is active, current status in financial markets, recent data and up-to-date financial scientific literature. • Writing a report with the findings. • Provide all data and models (e.g. databases, spreadsheets) to allow ACM to replicate the analysis and to carry out sensitivity analyses. For all these Specific assignments, the contractors need to bear in mind that ACM uses the ACM WACC Method. This method prescribes the principles to be used when determining the parameters of the WACC.

Financial consultancy services

Ministerie van Economische Zaken, Rijksdienst voor Ondernemend Nederland (RVO) | Published April 14, 2017  -  Deadline May 29, 2017
cpvs
66171000

In the regulated industries mentioned above ACM has a role in tariff setting. For this, ACM needs to determine the reasonable return to set tariffs for incumbents in regulated markets, like the telecommunication market, electricity market, gas market, pilot market et cetera. ACM sets this reasonable return by calculating the Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC). Since the WACC is a very complex and financial and business specific matter, ACM regularly needs advice to determine (parameters of) the WACC.

The Contracting Authority wants to conclude a Framework agreement with 3 tenderers that have submitted the most advantageous tender (offer) based on the best price-quality ratio. The future contractors, as well as the services to be performed by these contractors, must fulfil the terms and conditions to be set by the Contracting Authority which are specified in this tender document.

Using a framework agreement, the Contracting Authority intends to attract advice of hi...

The Contracting Authority intends to conclude a Framework agreement with a term of 2 years, and with 2 options to renew for 1 year.

The ACM cannot provide a fixed amount representing the total value of possible future Specific agreements under the Framework agreement. However, ACM assumes an estimated total contract value (including option years; that is over a period of four years) of 300 000-350 000 EUR (excluding VAT) relating to 8 to 12 assignments. However, this is only an indication from which no rights can be derived.

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