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foreign economic-aid-related services

Danida Business Contracts, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark | Published January 12, 2012
Winner
ORGUT Consulting AB Svartmangatan 9 SE-111 29 Stockholm SWEDEN E-mail: hq@orgut.se Telephone: +46 84067620 Internet address: www.orgut.se Fax: +46 8210269
cpvs
71800000, 75211200

Denmark supports the Joint Water and Sanitation Programme (Jwssps) in Uganda along with 4 other development partners namely Austria, African Development Bank, European Union and Germany. The duration of the current phase is Jan. 2008-Jun. 2013. The objective of the Programme is to support the water sector to improve its fiscal and physical effectiveness so as to more efficiently achieve its targets and contribute to poverty eradication and better health for Ugandans. The Jwssps consists of 3 main component areas: 1. Water resources management which consists of sector budget support for water resources to support rural water supply and sanitation 2. Delivery of services consisting of small towns water supply and sanitation, and water for production 3. Sector management & coordination which includes capacity building. Under the latter, technical assistance under a company contract is to be provided in the following areas: a. Financial management adviser who will support the continued alignment of donor support through development of the Ministry of Water and Environment’s financial management capacity in respect of planning, budgeting, budget execution, business plan development, procurement, reporting and follow-up on the annual audit as well as special audits, such as value for money audit as appropriate. Services required are full time until end of the programme (expected June 2013). b. Adviser to the Directorate of Water resources Management who will support the Directorate to achieve coordinated and effective implementation of all the water resources management functions thus contributing to strengthening the sector’s overall performance. The Adviser will support the Directorate to: (i) effectively and efficiently plan, organise, direct and control all the human and financial resources (from Government of Uganda and various donors, including the Jwssps) made available to the Directorate, (ii) carry out the overall purpose of the Directorate through its various managed activities and outputs, while contributing to safeguarding the principles of alignment, harmonisation, accountability and transparency. This will be a part time position with an input of app. 9 months spread over the remaining duration of the Programme.

Contract for Advisory services to the Directorate of Water Resources Management and to The Ministry of Water and Environment, Uganda, 104.Uganda.814-400, Contract No. DC 3101, December 2011.

Danida Business Contracts, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark | Published January 12, 2012
Winner
ORGUT Consulting AB
cpvs
71800000, 75211200

Denmark supports the Joint Water and Sanitation Programme (Jwssps) in Uganda along with 4 other development partners namely Austria, African Development Bank, European Union and Germany. The duration of the current phase is Jan. 2008-Jun. 2013. The objective of the Programme is to support the water sector to improve its fiscal and physical effectiveness so as to more efficiently achieve its targets and contribute to poverty eradication and better health for Ugandans. The Jwssps consists of 3 main component areas: 1. Water resources management which consists of sector budget support for water resources to support rural water supply and sanitation 2. Delivery of services consisting of small towns water supply and sanitation, and water for production 3. Sector management & coordination which includes capacity building. Under the latter, technical assistance under a company contract is to be provided in the following areas: a. Financial management adviser who will support the continued alignment of donor support through development of the Ministry of Water and Environment’s financial management capacity in respect of planning, budgeting, budget execution, business plan development, procurement, reporting and follow-up on the annual audit as well as special audits, such as value for money audit as appropriate. Services required are full time until end of the programme (expected June 2013). b. Adviser to the Directorate of Water resources Management who will support the Directorate to achieve coordinated and effective implementation of all the water resources management functions thus contributing to strengthening the sector’s overall performance. The Adviser will support the Directorate to: (i) effectively and efficiently plan, organise, direct and control all the human and financial resources (from Government of Uganda and various donors, including the Jwssps) made available to the Directorate, (ii) carry out the overall purpose of the Directorate through its various managed activities and outputs, while contributing to safeguarding the principles of alignment, harmonisation, accountability and transparency. This will be a part time position with an input of app. 9 months spread over the remaining duration of the Programme.

Technical Assistance to Danish Support to Regional Economic Integration in East Africa (REISP).

The Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, DANIDA | Published February 7, 2012  -  Deadline March 5, 2012
cpvs
73220000, 75211200

Denmark is scaling up its support to regional economic integration in East Africa. The support focuses on three components: 1) EAC Partnership Fund; 2) Trade Mark East Africa (TMEA) – regional window; and 3) ‘Business across Borders (BizAB). The programme will focus on full completion of the Customs Union, as well as implementation of the Common Market Protocol. These are the areas of EAC integration promising most in terms of economic growth. Successful support to EAC economic integration has specific challenges that need to be recognised in programme implementation – key issues include empowerment of the EAC Secretariat and how to persuade partner countries of the benefits of deeper integration. The objective of the assignment is to contribute to an effective articulation and coordination of Danish support to regional economic integration in East Africa. This includes preparing a strategic framework for the Danish support (at both regional and national level in 5-6 member states: Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and the possible application for accession of South Sudan), and providing regular inputs to Danida staff participating in programme steering committees, in regional and national oversight committees, and in the task force for formulation of the BizAB programme. The TA will consult and closely follow development of policies, strategies, work plans and budgets, as well as new initiatives of the major stakeholders participating in EAC economic integration, including the EAC Secretariat, TMEA, relevant Ministries, Departments and Agencies of the member states, and other development partners, as well as private sector and civil society organisations. The TA will build close working relations with the stakeholders and participate in relevant conferences and meetings after consultation with Danida. There is an estimated long term input of about 30 person months and short term input of about 6 person months over the period August 2012 – December 2014. The long term adviser will be based in Arusha, in order to facilitate close working relations with the EAC Secretariat, with frequent travel to member states.

Technical Assistance to Danish Support to Regional Economic Integration in East Africa (REISP).

The Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, DANIDA | Published February 7, 2012  -  Deadline March 5, 2012
cpvs
73220000, 75211200

Denmark is scaling up its support to regional economic integration in East Africa. The support focuses on three components: 1) EAC Partnership Fund; 2) Trade Mark East Africa (TMEA) – regional window; and 3) ‘Business across Borders (BizAB). The programme will focus on full completion of the Customs Union, as well as implementation of the Common Market Protocol. These are the areas of EAC integration promising most in terms of economic growth. Successful support to EAC economic integration has specific challenges that need to be recognised in programme implementation – key issues include empowerment of the EAC Secretariat and how to persuade partner countries of the benefits of deeper integration. The objective of the assignment is to contribute to an effective articulation and coordination of Danish support to regional economic integration in East Africa. This includes preparing a strategic framework for the Danish support (at both regional and national level in 5-6 member states: Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and the possible application for accession of South Sudan), and providing regular inputs to Danida staff participating in programme steering committees, in regional and national oversight committees, and in the task force for formulation of the BizAB programme. The TA will consult and closely follow development of policies, strategies, work plans and budgets, as well as new initiatives of the major stakeholders participating in EAC economic integration, including the EAC Secretariat, TMEA, relevant Ministries, Departments and Agencies of the member states, and other development partners, as well as private sector and civil society organisations. The TA will build close working relations with the stakeholders and participate in relevant conferences and meetings after consultation with Danida. There is an estimated long term input of about 30 person months and short term input of about 6 person months over the period August 2012 – December 2014. The long term adviser will be based in Arusha, in order to facilitate close working relations with the EAC Secretariat, with frequent travel to member states.

Sellihca.

Achilles Systems AS på vegne af nordiske energiselskaber opført i Del VI.2 | Published February 17, 2012
cpvs
50000000, 51000000, 55000000, 60000000, 63000000, 64000000, 65000000, 66000000, 70000000, 71000000, 72000000, 73000000, 75000000, 76000000, 77000000, 79000000, 80000000, 85000000, 90000000, 92000000, 98000000

Sellihca er et kvalifikationssystem for leverandører til forsyningsvirksomheder, der opererer inden for produktion, transmission og distribution af el-kraft, fjernvarme/køling og vandforsyning samt associerede ydelser. Sellihca er blevet etableret som et branchespecifikt kvalifikationssystem med det formål at reducere omkostninger og administrative rutiner for såvel indkøbere som leverandører samt sikre, at alle leverandørers ansøgninger om kvalifikation bliver behandlet retfærdigt og ensartet af de forsyningsvirksomheder, der abonnerer på Sellihca. De forsyningsvirksomheder, der abonnerer på Sellihca, fremgår af http://www.achilles.com/Documents/Scheme%20Documents/Nordics/Sellihca/Sellihca_refliste.pdf . Ved optagelse af nye forsyningsvirksomheder på kvalifikationssystemet offentliggøres desuden en ny udbudsbekendtgørelse. De abonnerende forsyningsvirksomheder anvender kvalifikationssystemet for indkøb underlagt EU's direktiver, men forbeholder sig ret til at publicere individuelle udbudsbekendtgørelser for specifikke behov, hvis de skønner det nødvendigt, selvom behovet er knyttet til vare- og tjenesteydelseskategorier, som er dækket af Sellihca. Kvalifikationssystemet kan efter behov desuden anvendes af de abonnerende forsyningsvirksomheder til indkøb, der ikke er underlagt EU's direktiver. Tilsvarende kan de forsyningsvirksomheder, der abonnerer på Sellihca, anvende Sellihca til at identificere leverandører, tjenesteydere og entreprenører til operationer uden for EU. Denne bekendtgørelse vedrører kvalifikationssystemet for følgende hovedydelser: 2 0 0 Services; 2 1 0 Building Construction / Maintenance Services; 2 2 0 Installation / Maintenance of Power Production Equipment / Systems; 2 3 0 Installation / Maintenance of Transmission and Distribution Equipment; 2 4 0 Installation / Maintenance of Utility Systems; 2 5 0 Nuclear & Reactor Services; 2 6 0 Process Related Services; 2 7 0 Installation / Maintenance of District Heating / Cooling and Gas Pipeline Networks; 2 20 0 Other Insallation / Mechanical- / Maintenance Services; 2 21 0 Transport / Supply / Disposal Services; 2 22 0 Consultancy Services - Business and Technical; 2 23 0 Administrative Services; 2 24 0 Computer and Telecom related Services; 2 25 0 Legal, Financial and Insurance Services; 2 99 0 Other Supporting Services. En fuldstændig oversigt over de ydelser, der kan indkøbes gennem kvalifikationssystemet, fremgår af http://www.achilles.com/Documents/Scheme%20Documents/Nordics/Sellihca/CategoryOverview.pdf . Kvalifikationsprocessen kan bestå af flere trin, hvor kvalifikation gennem Sellihca er fælles for alle de abonnerende forsyningsvirksomheder, mens efterfølgende trin kan tillægges den enkelte forsyningsvirksomhed efter behov. Således har nogle af forsyningsvirksomhederne etableret skærpede krav til kvalifikation, herunder krav vedrørende personalets sprogkundskaber og generelle kompetencer, forsikring etc. Såfremt den abonnerende forsyningsvirksomhed finder den tilgængelige information efter den indledende kvalifikation utilstrækkelig til at udvælge tilbudsgivere, kan en anmodning om yderligere information sendes til de allerede kvalificerede leverandører. De abonnerende forsyningsvirksomheders udvælgelse af tilbudsgivere sker således med udgangspunkt i de leverandører, entreprenører og tjenesteydere, der har gennemført den fælles kvalifikation inden for den efterspurgte ydelse uden yderligere offentliggørelse af en bekendtgørelse i supplement til Den Europæiske Unions Tidende.

accommodation cleaning services

IFIRS | Published February 21, 2012
Winner
ISS Facility Service A/S Møntmestervej 31 2400 København NV DENMARK Telephone: +45 38171717
cpvs
90911100

Ovennævnte udbud af rengøring gennemføres af Servicemægleren A/S på vegne af Indkøbsfællesskabet IFIRS. Opgaven omfatter rengøring hos nedenstående uddannelsesinstitutioner – i alt ca. 156 000 m² beliggende på følgende enheder: — AMU SYD, C. F. Tietgens Vej 6, 6000 Kolding: ca. 6 850 m². — Business College Syd, Sdr. Landevej 30, 6400 Sønderborg: ca. 7 220 m². — Campus Vejle, flere adresser i jylland: ca. 21.360 m². — EUC Sjælland, flere adresser på sjælland: ca. 35 445 m². — EUC Syd, flere adresser i sønderjylland: ca. 41 708 m². — Grindsted Erhversskole, Tinghusgade 22, 7200 Grindsted: ca. 4 382 m². — Herningsholm Erhverskole, flere adresser i midtjylland: ca. 38 934 m². Opgaven er opdelt i 7 delaftaler, som er nærmere beskrevet i bilagene.

IFIRS - Udbud af rengøring 2011.

IFIRS | Published February 21, 2012
Winner
ISS Facility Service A/S
cpvs
90911100

Ovennævnte udbud af rengøring gennemføres af Servicemægleren A/S på vegne af Indkøbsfællesskabet IFIRS. Opgaven omfatter rengøring hos nedenstående uddannelsesinstitutioner – i alt ca. 156 000 m² beliggende på følgende enheder: — AMU SYD, C. F. Tietgens Vej 6, 6000 Kolding: ca. 6 850 m². — Business College Syd, Sdr. Landevej 30, 6400 Sønderborg: ca. 7 220 m². — Campus Vejle, flere adresser i jylland: ca. 21.360 m². — EUC Sjælland, flere adresser på sjælland: ca. 35 445 m². — EUC Syd, flere adresser i sønderjylland: ca. 41 708 m². — Grindsted Erhversskole, Tinghusgade 22, 7200 Grindsted: ca. 4 382 m². — Herningsholm Erhverskole, flere adresser i midtjylland: ca. 38 934 m². Opgaven er opdelt i 7 delaftaler, som er nærmere beskrevet i bilagene.

Outsourcing of DSB IT operating and support activities.

DSB Koncernen | Published February 24, 2012
Winner
NNIT A/S
cpvs
72000000, 72220000, 72250000, 72253000, 72267000, 72300000, 72310000, 72700000, 72720000, 72910000

DSB is an Independent Public Company owned by the Danish Ministry of transport. The prime business area of DSB is railroad operation in Denmark. With this procurement DSB wishes to outsource parts of its IT operation, currently undertaken by DSB itself. The procurement covers, inter alia (1) the provision, establishment and operation of IT infrastructure and business applications, including: data centre services, service desk and end-user services. (2) the management, administration and operation of IT infrastructure provisioned through third party contracts owned by DSB, including network services and voice services. (3) the management of the above mentioned third party contracts on behalf of DSB. Application development and maintenance are not part of the services to be procured. Part of the supplier’s responsibility shall be to ensure that data centres, server infrastructure etc. are of such nature and quality that the required service levels of DSB can be met. The supplier may use DSB’s existing data centres under certain conditions. The end user services include development and roll out of images and software packages to client workstations and general maintenance of client workstations and various equipment used by DSB staff and customers, as part of the railroad operations. DSB has entered into a number of contracts concerning delivery of services regarding network, voice and maintenance of equipment and applications with various telecommunications companies and service providers. DSB wishes to continue this approach, but the supplier chosen as a result of this procurement shall undertake the daily management and governance of some of these contracts as part of the outsourcing agreement. The supplier shall advise and assist DSB in various business and infrastructure projects falling within the supplier’s field of business. Transfer of employees will be part of the tender. Currently DSB has approx. 80 staff appointed on an individual or group contract basis (non-civil servants), employed to provide the services that are in scope for the tender. Of these approx. 45 employees are working with IT Data Centre services, approx. 10 with network and voice services, approx. 10 with IT Service Desk and Help Desk services and approx. 15 with End User services. The current operations setup and baseline is summarised below (the numbers are indicative only): Data Centre Services. — 3 newish data centres, app. Tier2, plus 2 smaller, older ones: 3 000 switch ports, 400 SAN switch ports, 150 rack equivalents, — 500 physical and 500 virtual windows servers, 12 Solaris servers, and 100 physical Linux servers, — SAN 300 TB (raw) virtual disk solutions including Solid state disks, — disk based mirrored backup solution equal to 2,5PB tape capacity, — 1 400 SQL databases, 300 server applications, and 40 SAP instances of the modules (ERP/ECC, Portal, BI, SEM, and SolMan) implemented in a Windows environment, — 120 Citrix servers (included in the above numbers), with 1 100 concurrent users, — 15 physical and 50 virtual Cisco Firewalls, — 1 Legacy Tandem installation, which is under remote service management. End-user Services. — 9 300 users (4 300 laptops and 4 400 desktops), — app. 6 000 of the workstations are on an SCCM based image, the rest have been manually installed, — 1 500 network printers and 100 other printers, — 500 units of special equipment on train stations (information monitors, ticket printers etc.). Service Desk. — HP Service Center based with 7 users, — 95 000 calls / mails are handled per year. Network and Voice services, and other contracts (to be administered). The volume of DSB’s key contracts in this field is presently: — 8 500 mobile phone subscriptions, — 550 landline subscriptions, — 900 PSTN lines, — 60 Banedanmark subscriptions, — 82 ISDN lines, — 30 Sales terminals at private addresses, — 1 250 subscriptions to wireless communication, and 780 mobile broad band subscriptions, — 1 380 ADSL subscriptions, — plus various other service and maintenance contracts related to DSB’s IT operation.

IT services

DSB Koncernen | Published February 24, 2012
Winner
NNIT A/S Lottenborgvej 24 2800 Lyngby DENMARK
cpvs
72000000, 72220000, 72250000, 72253000, 72267000, 72300000, 72310000, 72700000, 72720000, 72910000

:DSB is an Independent Public Company owned by the Danish Ministry of transport. The prime business area of DSB is railroad operation in Denmark. With this procurement DSB wishes to outsource parts of its IT operation, currently undertaken by DSB itself. The procurement covers, inter alia (1) the provision, establishment and operation of IT infrastructure and business applications, including: data centre services, service desk and end-user services. (2) the management, administration and operation of IT infrastructure provisioned through third party contracts owned by DSB, including network services and voice services. (3) the management of the above mentioned third party contracts on behalf of DSB. Application development and maintenance are not part of the services to be procured. Part of the supplier’s responsibility shall be to ensure that data centres, server infrastructure etc. are of such nature and quality that the required service levels of DSB can be met. The supplier may use DSB’s existing data centres under certain conditions. The end user services include development and roll out of images and software packages to client workstations and general maintenance of client workstations and various equipment used by DSB staff and customers, as part of the railroad operations. DSB has entered into a number of contracts concerning delivery of services regarding network, voice and maintenance of equipment and applications with various telecommunications companies and service providers. DSB wishes to continue this approach, but the supplier chosen as a result of this procurement shall undertake the daily management and governance of some of these contracts as part of the outsourcing agreement. The supplier shall advise and assist DSB in various business and infrastructure projects falling within the supplier’s field of business. Transfer of employees will be part of the tender. Currently DSB has approx. 80 staff appointed on an individual or group contract basis (non-civil servants), employed to provide the services that are in scope for the tender. Of these approx. 45 employees are working with IT Data Centre services, approx. 10 with network and voice services, approx. 10 with IT Service Desk and Help Desk services and approx. 15 with End User services. The current operations setup and baseline is summarised below (the numbers are indicative only): Data Centre Services. — 3 newish data centres, app. Tier2, plus 2 smaller, older ones: 3 000 switch ports, 400 SAN switch ports, 150 rack equivalents, — 500 physical and 500 virtual windows servers, 12 Solaris servers, and 100 physical Linux servers, — SAN 300 TB (raw) virtual disk solutions including Solid state disks, — disk based mirrored backup solution equal to 2,5PB tape capacity, — 1 400 SQL databases, 300 server applications, and 40 SAP instances of the modules (ERP/ECC, Portal, BI, SEM, and SolMan) implemented in a Windows environment, — 120 Citrix servers (included in the above numbers), with 1 100 concurrent users, — 15 physical and 50 virtual Cisco Firewalls, — 1 Legacy Tandem installation, which is under remote service management. End-user Services. — 9 300 users (4 300 laptops and 4 400 desktops), — app. 6 000 of the workstations are on an SCCM based image, the rest have been manually installed, — 1 500 network printers and 100 other printers, — 500 units of special equipment on train stations (information monitors, ticket printers etc.). Service Desk. — HP Service Center based with 7 users, — 95 000 calls / mails are handled per year. Network and Voice services, and other contracts (to be administered). The volume of DSB’s key contracts in this field is presently: — 8 500 mobile phone subscriptions, — 550 landline subscriptions, — 900 PSTN lines, — 60 Banedanmark subscriptions, — 82 ISDN lines, — 30 Sales terminals at private addresses, — 1 250 subscriptions to wireless communication, and 780 mobile broad band subscriptions, — 1 380 ADSL subscriptions, — plus various other service and maintenance contracts related to DSB’s IT operation.

business analysis consultancy services

Post Danmark A/S | Published March 13, 2012  -  Deadline April 11, 2012
cpvs
72221000

:Køb af ekstern, uvildigt og kontinuert kvalitetsmåling af den indenlandske brevbefordring.

Danida agriculture and rural development sector programme support (ARD SPS), Vietnam, central component, 2012-2013, research cooperation: international research partner.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark | Published March 14, 2012
Winner
University of Copenhagen
cpvs
75211200

The Danida agriculture and rural development sector programme support (ARD SPS) sponsored Vietnam. Access to resources household survey (VARHS) in 2006, 2008 and 2010. The surveys were carried out by: Institute of policy and strategy for agriculture and rural development (Ipsard)/the Institute for labor science and social affairs (ILSSA) and University of Copenhagen (UoC) in 5 provinces in collaboration with Danida’s business sector programme support (BSPS) which covered 7 other provinces. ARD SPS will continue the VARHS in 2012 and is looking for an international research partner (IRP) to support the programme Vietnamese stakeholders in its development and implementation. Previously, for the implementation of the 2008 and 2010 VARHS the International research partner was subcontracted by the local partner to support the development of the VARHS. The IRP will work closely with the UoC and Central Institute for economic management (CIEM) who will continue to work on the business sector research part of the VARHS and who will continue to work on the results of the survey in the 7 other provinces. The IRP is responsible for supporting the VARHS, data analysis and in-depth studies and will have overall responsibility for quality assurance for those activities. The IRP will also ensure institutional capacity building within Ipsard and ILSSA in questionnaire, surveying, analysis techniques as well as in providing appropriate policy analysis and policy recommendations. The IRP will also hold a key function in reporting the results of the ARD VARH survey results to UoC and CIEM who hold responsibility for the finalisation of the end report covering both surveys. Cooperation between the 2 programmes is essential to ensure a single survey report is produced combining the results of the ARD SPS VARHS and the BSPS household survey. Through the research cooperation the following outputs are expected as a minimum: — Data on household access to resources for the 5 ARD SPS provinces in 2012. Data will be made publicly accessible, — Support the finalisation of a descriptive report on the findings for the VARHS for 2012, — At least 2 in-depth studies based on VARHS survey data. Against this background, the international research partner is expected to have the following qualifications: — Strong record in conducting/supporting surveys and analysing panel data, — Strong emphasis on policy-related empirical research with a focus on development studies, agricultural economics, household economics, and resource economics, — Previous involvement in research capacity building and economic research in Vietnam, — Outstanding international economic research profile, well integrated into international economic research networks, — Credible track record in capacity building, academic publishing and international development work.

Rådgivningskontrakt til Kulturstyrelsens projekt "Fælles museums-IT".

Kulturstyrelsen | Published March 24, 2012  -  Deadline April 26, 2012
cpvs
72000000, 72246000, 79111000, 79400000, 79410000, 79412000, 79418000

Kulturstyrelsen skal over de næste tre år forestå konsolideringen af de danske museers centrale samlingsregistre. Arbejdet er igangsat af Kulturministeriets departement. Der skal udvikles en fælles begrebs- og datamodel og en ny fælles database. Dertil kommer generel applikationsudvikling og etablering af en placeringsløsning og et mediearkiv. Det nye samlingsregistreringssystem skal anvendes af alle museer uanset deres nuværende registreringspraksis og data skal registreres på en konsistent måde. Et udvalg af informationer vil blive tilgængelige via styrelsens offentlige tjenester og vil ligeledes blive videregivet til den fælleseuropæiske portal Europeana. Selve udviklingen af systemet vil blive udbudt til en ekstern systemleverandør som EU udbud formodentlig primo 2013. Til at bistå Kulturstyrelsen med at forberede og gennemføre udviklingsprojektet udbydes hermed en rådgivningskontrakt. Styrelsen ønsker rådgivning og medvirken på de områder, som er nødvendige for at gennemføre projektet. Det drejer sig bl.a. om følgende opgaver: — Proceskonsulent og metadataekspert til udvikling af begrebs- og datamodel. — Rådgivning om internationale standarder. — Konsulent til analyse og vurdering af it-arkitektur, systemer, applikationer m.v. — Rådgivning i forbindelse med kravspecifikation og EU udbud. — Rådgivning om business case og gevinstrealisering (Statens projektmodel). — Behovsanalyser og brugerprofilering. — Generel rådgivning om processtyring og projektledelse. Konsulentarbejdet ønskes påbegyndt snarest muligt efter kontraktens indgåelse.

Rådgivningskontrakt til Kulturstyrelsens projekt "Fælles museums-IT".

Kulturstyrelsen | Published March 24, 2012  -  Deadline April 26, 2012
cpvs
72000000, 72246000, 79111000, 79400000, 79410000, 79412000, 79418000

Kulturstyrelsen skal over de næste tre år forestå konsolideringen af de danske museers centrale samlingsregistre. Arbejdet er igangsat af Kulturministeriets departement. Der skal udvikles en fælles begrebs- og datamodel og en ny fælles database. Dertil kommer generel applikationsudvikling og etablering af en placeringsløsning og et mediearkiv. Det nye samlingsregistreringssystem skal anvendes af alle museer uanset deres nuværende registreringspraksis og data skal registreres på en konsistent måde. Et udvalg af informationer vil blive tilgængelige via styrelsens offentlige tjenester og vil ligeledes blive videregivet til den fælleseuropæiske portal Europeana. Selve udviklingen af systemet vil blive udbudt til en ekstern systemleverandør som EU udbud formodentlig primo 2013. Til at bistå Kulturstyrelsen med at forberede og gennemføre udviklingsprojektet udbydes hermed en rådgivningskontrakt. Styrelsen ønsker rådgivning og medvirken på de områder, som er nødvendige for at gennemføre projektet. Det drejer sig bl.a. om følgende opgaver: — Proceskonsulent og metadataekspert til udvikling af begrebs- og datamodel. — Rådgivning om internationale standarder. — Konsulent til analyse og vurdering af it-arkitektur, systemer, applikationer m.v. — Rådgivning i forbindelse med kravspecifikation og EU udbud. — Rådgivning om business case og gevinstrealisering (Statens projektmodel). — Behovsanalyser og brugerprofilering. — Generel rådgivning om processtyring og projektledelse. Konsulentarbejdet ønskes påbegyndt snarest muligt efter kontraktens indgåelse.

Multi Purpose Light Rescue Vehicles, mobile pump, generator and water vacuum equipment and mobile dam and self inflatable “sandless sandbag” equipment.”.

Copenhagen Fire Brigade | Published March 31, 2012  -  Deadline May 7, 2012
cpvs
34114110, 35110000, 42122000, 42122110, 43134100, 43324000, 44480000, 90721800

Lot 1: Multipurpose Light Rescue Vehicles. Generel concept. The Multipurpose Light Rescue Vehicle concept consists of a fleet of standard vehicles with a common basic configuration and with a number of self contained mission specific equipment “modules” which can be loaded and unloaded the vehicle cargo compartment. The vehicle will perform a wide range of missions in the city of Copenhagen, among other fire preventing activities such as advising, education and training of company and institution employees and individuals, mounting of fire fighting equipment such as smoke detectors and fire extinguishers in buildings etc. At the same time, the vehicle will be part of the Fire Brigade reaction composition and will participate in fire fighting and rescue operations. The baseline equipment must be a standard concept, which has proved itself in operation by other Fire Fighting Agencies. The supplier must provide relevant references to existing users. The supplier must cooperate closely with the Copenhagen Fire Brigade on any necessary development of the equipment as well as subsequent maintenance and supply of the equipment. The Copenhagen Fire Brigade will request optional offer on a full service (maintenance and supply) contract and optional offers on all necessary prerequisites for maintenance and supply of the systems at the Copenhagen Fire Brigade own workshop (user level and intermediate level) including recommended spare parts, special tools and test equipment, preventive maintenance, repair and fault isolation documentation, parts list etc. Basic configuration. Each vehicle is to be operated by a 2 person crew with a spare seat for an optional 3rd crew member. Vehicle basic configuration consists of personnel safety equipment, adequate first aid equipment and a limited capacity (tools and equipment) for damage mitigation on buildings after theft, blasted doors or minor water damages as well as collect of spills and cleanup after traffic accidents. Mission specific capabilities. The vehicles are to be used for a number of different missions. For each mission the appropriate equipment module for the mission is loaded into the vehicle. The vehicles are to perform only one specific mission at a time. If another mission is required, which is not part of the basic configuration, the vehicle will to return to the base to change the equipment mission specific module. The specific missions consist at the time of: 1. Preparation for and assisting the fire engine pump in fire fighting operations. 2. Releasing of injured persons from traffic accidents. 3. Preparation for rescue operations at traffic accidents. 4. Clearing (cutting) of fallen trees etc., cutting through roofs etc. for fire fighting. 5. Preparation for and assisting at water surface rescue operations. 6. Preparation for and establishing working security for fire fighters against falling from heights. 7. Prevention or mitigation of consequential damage due to heavy rain or eq. 8. Assisting the present chemical emergency unit in its missions. As part of the reaction composition the vehicles will participate at fire fighting and other fire-related activities assisting the fire engine pump. The vehicles are not supposed to have any fire extinguishing equipment on its own except for portable fire extinguishers, cutting/penetration tools and personnel safety equipment. The concept will be continuously improved with development of new modules as required. Options. The Copenhagen Fire Brigade will request optional offer on a full service (maintenance and supply) contract and optional offers on all necessary prerequisites for maintenance and supply of the systems at the Copenhagen Fire Brigade own workshop (user level and intermediate level) including recommended spare parts, special tools and test equipment, preventive maintenance, repair and fault isolation documentation, parts list etc. Delivery. The vehicles and modules are to procured and delivered in Copenhagen in 2012 and shall be fully operational in 2013. The procurement will include training, documentation, service etc. Lot 2: Mobile pump equipment. In order to deal with minor floodings, the Copenhagen Fire Brigade will need a range of pumps, generators and water vacuums. The equipment shall be selfcontained and portable/handled by hand truck. The equipment shall be transported in “transport cages” in the Multipurpose Light rescue Vehicles. Lot 3: Mobile dam equipment. In order to deal with major floodings, the Copenhagen Fire Brigade will need a range of mobile dams and self inflating “sandless sandbags”. The equipment shall be selfcontained and portable/handled by hand truck. The equipment shall be transported on small trucks with cranes. The “sandless sandbags” shall be biodegradable. All Lots: Generel. The Copenhagen Fire Brigade. As part of the Local Government of Copenhagen, the Copenhagen Fire Brigade provides safety and security to the citizens of Copenhagen. The Copenhagen Fire Brigade performs fire authority and preventive advising as well as fire fighting and rescue activities. As part of a new strategy, the Copenhagen Fire Brigade will emphasize quality and flexibility in its present activities as well as new capabilities for environmental readiness (flood prevention and relief) as well as terror readiness (handling of mass casualties and preventing building collapse). The Fire Brigade operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year from 7 stations in the city of Copenhagen. The Fire Brigade also operates a fleet of VW ambulances for the Capital Region of Denmark. The Fire Brigade vehicles and material are maintained at Copenhagen Fire Brigade's own workshop to reduce non-operational time. The equipment is primary to be used in central Copenhagen with run-down roads with many crossroads and many turns. The Fire Brigade is a contract-based business under the auspices of the city of Copenhagen Finance Administration. The Copenhagen Fire Brigade is Environmental Management certified (ISO 14001). The systems must be environmental friendly with low environmental impact such as low and non toxic emissions, non toxic paints, plastics and materials, biodegradable oils, sandbags etc. The systems must be easy, safe and healthy to operate and support. By requesting prequalification, a set of standard documents and questionnaires have to be filled in with the requested information together with a Solemn Declaration, which has to be filled in and signed. The documents can be requested at the Point of Contact in para. I.1.

Business and management consultancy and related services

Statens og Kommunernes Indkøbs Service A/S | Published April 3, 2012  -  Deadline August 3, 2011
cpvs
79400000, 79410000, 79411000, 79411100, 79418000, 79419000

Business and management consultancy and related services

business and management consultancy and related services

Statens og Kommunernes Indkøbs Service A/S | Published April 3, 2012  -  Deadline August 3, 2011
cpvs
79400000, 79410000, 79411000, 79411100, 79418000, 79419000

business and management consultancy and related services

Sports betting system - revised tender.

Danske Spil A/S | Published April 20, 2012  -  Deadline May 21, 2012
cpvs
72000000, 72200000, 72212100, 72250000, 72300000, 72416000

Danske Spil wishes to sign a contract for a new sports betting solution and services. The current sports betting solution (partly internally developed) is operated in-house and supported and maintained both internally and by external suppliers. This solution originates from the mid 1990’s and is integrated into retailer terminals and web pages. The contract put up for tender will replace the current solution. The new sports betting solution must support the IT strategy of Danske Spil, according to which Danske Spil will pursue strategic partnerships with gaming solution suppliers on delivery, maintenance and operation. Danske Spil is requesting a flexible solution based on standard products from a proven, reliable supplier who can offer sustainable 24-7 operation. The solution must be hosted by the supplier. Danske Spil is also looking for a partner in the sports gaming vertical that can help Danske Spil drive innovation and ongoing business development in the field of sports betting. The scope of the sports betting solution must include best practice of today's sports betting solutions, e.g. with regard to handling of events, markets, pricing, distribution, monitoring, risk management as well as odds- and pool based sports betting and prize handling. Integration to Danske Spil's core systems (e.g. wallet, login and BI) and sales channels (retailer terminals and Danske Spil’s web site) through predefined points of integration is included in the tender as well as integration to feeds suppliers. However, delivery of feeds is not a part of this tender. The solution is scheduled to go live in the spring of 2013.

Sports betting system - revised tender.

Danske Spil A/S | Published April 20, 2012  -  Deadline May 21, 2012
cpvs
72000000, 72200000, 72212100, 72250000, 72300000, 72416000

Danske Spil wishes to sign a contract for a new sports betting solution and services. The current sports betting solution (partly internally developed) is operated in-house and supported and maintained both internally and by external suppliers. This solution originates from the mid 1990’s and is integrated into retailer terminals and web pages. The contract put up for tender will replace the current solution. The new sports betting solution must support the IT strategy of Danske Spil, according to which Danske Spil will pursue strategic partnerships with gaming solution suppliers on delivery, maintenance and operation. Danske Spil is requesting a flexible solution based on standard products from a proven, reliable supplier who can offer sustainable 24-7 operation. The solution must be hosted by the supplier. Danske Spil is also looking for a partner in the sports gaming vertical that can help Danske Spil drive innovation and ongoing business development in the field of sports betting. The scope of the sports betting solution must include best practice of today's sports betting solutions, e.g. with regard to handling of events, markets, pricing, distribution, monitoring, risk management as well as odds- and pool based sports betting and prize handling. Integration to Danske Spil's core systems (e.g. wallet, login and BI) and sales channels (retailer terminals and Danske Spil’s web site) through predefined points of integration is included in the tender as well as integration to feeds suppliers. However, delivery of feeds is not a part of this tender. The solution is scheduled to go live in the spring of 2013.

business and management consultancy services

Process Safety Project | Published May 5, 2012  -  Deadline May 16, 2012
cpvs
71314000, 71318000, 79410000, 79415000, 79417000

:Due to increasing market pressure DONG Energy Thermal Power wishes to improve performance (availability), lower cost and increase safety. DONG Energy Thermal Power wants to carry out a Process Safety Program, phase 1 which consists of the following 7 elements: 1. Process Safety Culture/awareness project for all employees, integrated with current Health and safety initiatives 2. Technical Risk Management Project where safety critical components and systems on our Power Plants are identified and adequate maintenance on critical components and systems are specified and standardised. Also included is designing and implementing of a general risk based approach to maintenance. A final part of this project is technical knowledge sharing on plant performance and the usage of engineering standards. 3. Operational procedures and shift logging project, where operational procedures are defined and implemented. Also included in this project is specification, purchase and implementation of a new operations logging system to be used for example during shift handover. 4. Project on permit to work where a new permit to work system is specified, purchased and implemented. 5. Expanding a current safety incident reporting system (Synergi) to include process safety incidents. 6. Defining an alarm and control loop philosophy. 7. Survey of the process safety culture in the organisation and PAS55 Gap analysis at the end of phase 1 The delivery put out to tender is consulting services to aid DONG Energy Thermal Power through this programme. The delivery of the IT-systems itself are not included in the delivery.

project management consultancy services

Banedanmark (DK) | Published May 8, 2012  -  Deadline June 4, 2012
cpvs
72221000, 72224000, 72232000, 72243000, 72254000, 72262000, 72267000

:Banedanmark skal have lavet ny systemunderstøttelse til kontraktstyring i SAP ECC, rådgiver-, entreprisestyring med en SAP portalløsning, samt rapportering og eventuelt en budget- og prognoseløsning i SAP BI. Opgaven skal løses i overensstemmelse med et Business Blueprint, der allerede er udarbejdet. Opgaven indeholder følgende: 1) Teknisk projektledelse med ansvar for den samlede tekniske løsning. 2) Kontraktstyring i SAP ECC. 3) SAP portalløsning til håndtering af tids- og forbrugsregistrering for eksterne leverandører. 4) Rapporteringsløsning i SAP BI.