Aalborg and Aalborg Havn A / S collaborate on the development of a new district - Stigsborg Waterfront. The district should be an attractive mixed urban district with housing, research, education, offices and creative industries, while there will be plenty of space for leisure activity in the contiguous greenery with fjord and the landscape as a backdrop.
The project is one of Aalborg's largest urban development projects in recent times, and expected to be realized over many years.
Aalborg and Aalborg Harbour wish to draft a development plan for Stigsborg Waterfront, comprehensive strategic plan, a physical level, a stage plan and a financial plan in line with the agreed vision for the area. Stigsborg Waterfront is an approximately 55 ha. large area in Nørresundby along the fjord between Limfjordsbroen and Limfjordstunnelen.
As part of this work want Aalborg and Aalborg Harbour selecting three interdisciplinary consultant teams to participate in a dialogue based parallel assignment with a fee of DKK 450,000. (Excl. VAT) per. team.
Parallelopdragets language is Danish.
The teams should possess skills in:
• Urban development in relevant scale
• Sustainability - social, environmental, cultural, physical, health and economic
• Business and Smart City
• Traffic, individually / collectively, soft and hard road
• Urban Economy
• Recreational facilities
• Marketing / visibility
The parallel commissioning planned for the period 15 June to 3 November 2016. Mandatory events scheduled to take place on the following dates: June 15, August 22, September 19, October 12 and November 3, 2016, so it is assumed that key employees of the invited teams reserve time for participation. Aalborg and Aalborg Havn A / S reserves the right to make changes.
Details about the area and the plans for development of which can be seen on www.stigsborghavnefront.dk
North Denmark Region, together with the other four regions offered a contract for agile upgrade and maintenance and support of hospital pharmacy system Apovision.
The 5 regions use Apovision (AV) to support hospital pharmacies workflows for purchasing, inventory management and distribution of drugs to the country's hospitals. AV is based on the ERP system Microsoft Dynamics NAV. AV established through continuous development since 1998. There are a total of 8 AV installations in the 5 regions. The signed contract includes upgrading from an older version of Navision 5.0 / NAV2009 or later. The contract also contains support and maintenance of the existing system and upgraded system and an associated web-based ordering system. The supplier must also on behalf of customers sign licensing agreements on Microsoft Dynamics NAV.
JAR - Soil Pollution Act, Land Register ( "JAR 'system) is a database of information on land that is potentially contaminated, is found contaminated or has been cleaned up. JAR system is purchased and commissioned as a finished system for use by regional processing of soil contamination cases.
The regions want to contract with an external IT provider for maintenance, support and further development of JAR-system and the possible operation of local JAR installations in individual regions.
Maintenance section includes the operation and updating of various common environments for JAR-system operation and support of IT system for reporting / managing change and errors as well as project management, administration, etc. Support section comprises ongoing support to the region's contacts. Support Services fall into two categories: (1) General support - ie Support on the elements of JAR-system common to all regions. General Support will be financed by JAR community. Support services include regular analyzes of the regions local error logs from the local operating environments (ELMA-logs), ad hoc meetings, phone support and email support during normal working hours. (2) Local support - ie Support at regional JAR installations - such as support region specific parts of JAR-system support for updating local code lists, operating environment, backup of databases, data cleaning and ad hoc development.
The offered contract contains elements of both a public contract as a framework agreement, as The contract includes both the Supplier's obligation to deliver the above, and that will entail an element of a framework agreement for the Customer options for the contract to book hourly ad hoc consulting services related to the decision support system and delivery of training.The two main fields of application for decision support system is in electronic drug prescribing and support for medication review.
After the acceptance date expected decision support system is initially put into use at 3 selected using systems (Systems Employing Pilot), expectedly one regional system medicine and medical practices 2 systems.The payment schedule will reflect the activities of the said main phases, so that the parts of the delivery payment not due until after the Customer's approval of each Pilot Connection Operating Tests and Completion Date, which is expected to be many months from the Acceptance Date, see. Nearer Annex 1 Schedule.
The contract generally comprise:
- Delivery of a clinical decision support system for use in electronic drug prescribing and medication review
- Project management and implementation services in connection with the preparation of the system
- Development Services relating to the establishment of the integrations between the decision support system and using systems.
- Tests and examinations
- Operation, support and maintenance after the Acceptance Date
- Implementation Services relating to the connection of the pilot by using systems Acceptance Date and subsequently of the further consumer systems.
Bidding process dialogue phase is expected to comprise the following phases:
- tenderers submitting preliminary offers
- The first dialogue
- tenderers submitting revised preliminary deal
- The second dialogue meeting
- Contracting Authority announced the termination of the dialogue phase
- Submission of final offer.
Reservations are made for holding further dialogue meetings referred to. Specifications.
No use of successive stages in order to reduce the number of solutions.
The Contracting Authority does not pay for participants in the competitive dialogue.
The tender documents, including The contract contains terms that oblige the supplier to provide cessation assistance with contract termination.