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Consulting in Wall Street Systems Suite Software upgrade

Bank of Finland | Published December 10, 2014
cpvs
72000000

Procuring consulting for Wall Street Systems Suite Software upgrade project. Software's current version is compatible with MSSQL 2005 database environment which support and information security updates will end in spring 2016. WSS's newer version is compatible with the later Microsoft database environments. WSS license, acquired in 2002, covers upgrades of the software. Bank of Finland has a maintenance contract with the system supplier. According to the contract, no alterations to the software can be done without preapproval of the system owner. Because the software is crucial to Bank of Finland's operations, it's important that comprehensive maintenance and support is always available.

Online Video Platform.

Yleisradio Oy | Published September 2, 2015
Winner
Kaltura Europe Ltd
cpvs
72400000

The procurement includes the following objects and services regarding the selected environment: Management of web-based media distribution (media asset management) as a service (on demand, video and audio), the publication, editing and management of live streaming (audio/video), transcoding and encoding (where applicable), device independent media protection (digital rights management, DRM) and playback (player) supporting the solutions of key smartphone, tablet, smart-TV and game console platforms, the management of separate media independent of broadcast programs, integrations with relevant Yleisradio's systems and solutions, integrations with Yleisradio's selected CDN partners' solutions. The procurement consist of solution implementation, operational support and maintenance.

Traffic light maintenance service contract 2017-2021, Southwest Finland Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment area.

Varsinais-Suomen elinkeino-, liikenne- ja ympäristökeskus | Published November 29, 2016
Winner
EVH Elektrotekniikka Oy
cpvs
50232200

maintenance of traffic lights the region of Southwest Finland and Satakunta. traffic light-controlled junctions under an agreement in the contract territory is approximately 40 pieces. maintenance of traffic lights the region of Southwest Finland and Satakunta.

Traffic light maintenance service 2017 - 2021, Southwest Finland Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment area

Varsinais-Suomen elinkeino-, liikenne- ja ympäristökeskus | Published August 26, 2016  -  Deadline October 17, 2016
cpvs
50230000

The requirements in the contract documents in accordance with the specified

Häme Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment for labor market training to tender Nos 7-10 / 2016

Hämeen Elinkeino-, liikenne- ja ympäristökeskus | Published August 10, 2016
Winner
Ammattiopisto Tavastia,Koulutuskeskus Salpaus
cpvs
80000000

Häme ELY Centre for labor market training to tender: 7/2016-job learning with emphasis on vocational training, Hmlinna 8/2016-job learning with emphasis on vocational training, Lahti 9/2016 skills identification and development of training Forssa 10/2016 skills identification and development of training Heinola

Häme Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment of invitation to tender No 11/2016 labor market training

Hämeen Elinkeino-, liikenne- ja ympäristökeskus | Published August 10, 2016
Winner
Faktia Oy
cpvs
80000000

Häme ELY Centre tendering labor market training: HAMELY / 2367/2015 mobile crane Driver Qualification in part: mobile crane driver's basic skills

Häme Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment tendering labor market training: integration training and literacy training

Hämeen elinkeino-, liikenne- ja ympäristökeskus | Published June 29, 2016  -  Deadline September 13, 2016
cpvs
80000000

ktso. the tender documents http://www.ely-keskus.fi/hame/tarjouspyynnot-ja-haut

Production planning software and related services

Helen Ltd | Published December 17, 2015  -  Deadline January 8, 2016
cpvs
73000000

Target of the tender is production planning software (later ”Software”) and related services. Procurement includes Software specification, Software implementation work, consulting production modelling and user interface configuration, user training, licenses, after delivery services and needed documentation for the project and service phase. Software need to include at least following functionalities: - Tools to model Helen energy production environment for production planning - Helen Production planning using aforementioned optimization model - System need to support several different models - Managing different background assumptions with scenarios - Tools and interfaces for separate optimization calculations - User interfaces for production planning, running optimization and configuring the models Software will have one bi-directional interface to production data warehouse. The environment to model has: - District heating network consisting of several different parts - District cooling network consisting of several different parts - 10 heating plants - 4 combined heat and power plants - Heat pump facilities that provide heating and cooling - Several different fuels - Several markets for heat, electricity and gas - Storages for electricity, heat and cooling Procurement includes Software maintenance and support for two years (option years 1+1+1).Totally maximum five years maintenance and support. Software installation and planning model should be tested and ready for deployment by 08/2017. NOTE! Additional information on the notice is in the Tarjouspalvelu.fi supplier portal. Tenders/applications for participation are also sent using this system. You will find a direct link to additional information on the notice from this Hilma notice. https://tarjouspalvelu.fi/helen/?id=49934&tpk=bc3a196b-744a-459c-a18a-8cc3dd126f4b

Production planning software and related services.

Helen Ltd | Published December 19, 2015  -  Deadline January 8, 2016
cpvs
73000000

Target of the tender is production planning software (later ‘Software’) and related services. Procurement includes software specification, software implementation work, consulting production modelling and user interface configuration, user training, licenses, after delivery services and needed documentation for the project and service phase. Software need to include at least following functionalities: — Tools to model Helen energy production environment for production planning; — Helen production planning using aforementioned optimization model; — System need to support several different models; — Managing different background assumptions with scenarios; — Tools and interfaces for separate optimization calculations; — User interfaces for production planning, running optimization and configuring the models; — Software will have 1 bi-directional interface to production data warehouse. The environment to model has: — District heating network consisting of several different parts; — District cooling network consisting of several different parts; — 10 heating plants; — 4 combined heat and power plants; — Heat pump facilities that provide heating and cooling; — Several different fuels; — Several markets for heat, electricity and gas; — Storages for electricity, heat and cooling. Procurement includes software maintenance and support for 2 years (option years 1 + 1 + 1).Totally maximum 5 years maintenance and support. Software installation and planning model should be tested and ready for deployment by 08/2017. Note: Additional information on the notice is in the http://tarjouspalvelu.fi supplier portal. Tenders/applications for participation are also sent using this system. You will find a direct link to additional information on the notice from this Hilma notice. https://tarjouspalvelu.fi/helen/?id=49934&tpk=bc3a196b-744a-459c-a18a-8cc3dd126f4b

Globally competitive Business and Industry - Impact Study

Innovaatiorahoituskeskus Tekes | Published May 19, 2015  -  Deadline June 15, 2015
cpvs
73000000

It has been agreed between Tekes and the Ministry of Employment and the Economy (TEM) that Tekes impact and the achievement of objectives will primarily be monitored through impact analyses and studies of individual target areas. Tekes has two main target areas, which are 1) Globally competitive business and industry; 2) Top-level innovation environment. Assessments implemented in each target area and impact studies presenting their results comprise the actual and official method for monitoring Tekes success and impact. The purpose of this procurement is to produce a combined forward looking (ex ante) evaluation analysis of how Tekes and Team Finland collaborators with Tekes will succeed in reaching its objectives related to global competitiveness.

Haaga-Helia virtualization consulting

Haaga-Helia ammattikorkeakoulu Oy | Published November 21, 2017  -  Deadline December 11, 2017
cpvs
48000000

Citrix VDI virtual workstation environments. Citrix XenServer Server Environment VMware ESX Server Virtualization Environment Citrix VDI virtual workstation environments. Citrix XenServer Server Environment VMware ESX Server Virtualization Environment Acquisition Areas Yes

Finpro-One customer platform

Finpro ry | Published October 30, 2015  -  Deadline November 16, 2015
cpvs
72000000

Currently Finpro operates on multiple CRM platforms resulting in a disperse and overlapping customer data. Two of the current CRM platforms were designed to a business environment that has changed drastically resulting to a situation where business processes are not supported by the system. Also one of those systems is very heavily customized resulting in a inefficient use of systems capabilities. However - one of current systems is in a good shape and should function as a basis for the Finpro - One Customer platform i.e. the unified CRM for Finpro. Finpro’s current strategy directs a more unified Finpro which affects the CRM area in multiple ways. Our business operations seek more value-add to our customers with common ways of working. More and more the service offerings per each unit are closely linked. As our current IT strategy dictates, customizations should be avoided as much as possible and emphasis is put on utiilizing native components and built-in functionality of the system.

Reforming Telecom Markets and Digital Service Providers- Growth Program: Consultant in Nigeria

Finpro ry | Published December 17, 2015  -  Deadline January 13, 2016
cpvs
79000000

Finpro is looking for a local partner in Nigeria. The local partner will act as a local business partner or consultant for the Growth Program, bringing new business leads and helping Finnish ICT companies to win business in Nigeria. The program term is planned to be two years (end of 2017), however first contract period will be to the end of 2016 and the continuation is depending of the results and funding decision of Ministry of Employment and the Economy in Finland. Forecasted time usage for the consultant for the program in average is one week per month (in Nigeria). The target of “Reforming Telecom Markets”- growth program is to help Finnish enterprises to succeed in selling and marketing their products and services to telecom-operators and other possible clients in the target markets of the program. Finnish enterprises in the program offer innovative services, which helps operators to face competition and new technologies and succeed in reforming telecom market environment.

Reforming Telecom Markets and Digital Service Providers- Growth Program: Consultant in Mexico

Finpro ry | Published October 28, 2015  -  Deadline November 16, 2015
cpvs
79000000

Finpro is looking for a local partner in Mexico. The local partner will act as a local business partner or consultant for the Growth Program, bringing new business leads and helping Finnish ICT companies to win business in Mexico. The program term is planned to be two years (end of 2017), however first contract period will be to the end of 2016 and the continuation is depending of the results and funding decision of Ministry of Employment and the Economy in Finland. Forecasted time usage for the consultant for the program in average is one week per month (in Mexico). The target of “Reforming Telecom Markets”- growth program is to help Finnish enterprises to succeed in selling and marketing their products and services to telecom-operators and other possible clients in the target markets of the program. Finnish enterprises in the program offer innovative services, which helps operators to face competition and new technologies and succeed in reforming telecom market environment.

Mapping of business village learning environments

Taloudellinen tiedotustoimisto ry | Published March 22, 2018  -  Deadline April 9, 2018
cpvs
39531310

Invitation to Tender, Underwater Photo Imaging Flow Cytometer.

Suomen ympäristökeskus | Published February 13, 2016
Winner
McLane Research Laboratories, Inc
cpvs
38600000

Ref: SYKE-2015-H-47.

Invitation to Tender, Underwater Photo Imaging Flow Cytometer.

The Marine Research Centre of Finnish Environment Institute invites tenders for an underwater photo imaging flow cytometer to be used in research projects on marine plankton. The contract notice is published in HILMA website on 9.7.2015.

Information About Institute:

The Finnish Environment Institute (also known as SYKE, after the Institute's Finnish acronym) is both a research institute, and a centre for environmental expertise. SYKE's research focuses on changes in the environment, and seeks ways to control these changes. Our expertise is based on long-term environmental monitoring, wide-ranging research results, and the Institute's highly-qualified staff.

Marine Research Center at SYKE (SYKE MRC) aims at producing information and new solutions that help decision-makers to promote the protection and sustainable use of the Baltic Sea. SYKE MRC integrates a wide spectrum of marine research, catchment research, climate change research and socio-economic research. Multidisciplinary research makes use of observations, experimental research, numerical models, prognoses and socio-economic studies. SYKE MRC coordinates Finnish Marine Research Infrastructure (FINMARI) combining all major components of the Finnish marine research community.

Procurement Notice:

This tender and related notice has been published in the Finnish Public Procurement Register web portal HILMA (www.hankintailmoitukset.fi).

Instrument to be Provided:

SYKE MRC carries out research projects and monitoring activities addressing the multi-scale variability of phytoplankton populations in the Baltic Sea. SYKE MRC aims to purchase an automated submersible photo imaging flow cytometer instruments to carry out phytoplankton research.

Automated submersible imaging flow cytometer will be used in research projects on marine plankton. The intended scope of the instrument is for enumeration and identification of phytoplankton species. Instrument should capture high resolution photo images at high frequency to be used for taxonomic identification.

The Minimum Technical Requirements for the Instrument (1-14):

1. SYKE MRC require a versatile and flexible instrument to allow working with fixed and cabled (for power and data transfer) underwater platforms (up to 30 meters depth, distance from shore 10-300 m) and with fixed or moving laboratories using seawater flow-through.

2. Data need to be transmitted from instrument to operating PC in shore in real time.

3. Instrument should work autonomously during deployments, at least up to 6 months.

4. Instrument must have a reliable build-in protection mechanism for bio-fouling.

5. During deployments, instrument must have ability to perform analysis of standards.

6. Instrument must be able carry out automated discrete or continuous water sampling for imaging analysis at rate >10 mL per hour.

7. Photo images need to be triggered by laser induced chlorophyll fluorescence signal. From the samples taken, photo images need to be taken continuously allowing enumeration of cells, i.e. the frequency of captured images need to be >1 000 photo images per mL of sample water, or > 20 000 photo images per hour.

8. Photo image resolution need to be 1µm or better and it should allow good resolution photos for a size range 10-100 µm, at least. Images need to be properly focused using sheet fluid technique.

9. Instrument should be mobile (< 50 kg) and easily deployable.

10. Instrument must be operated using input voltage at 24 V, or at range from 12-48V.

11. Instrument software should offer transfer and storage of raw images.

12. Technical support for the instrument, including the availability of spare parts, must be guaranteed for 7 years from the purchase.

13. There must be a clearly documented evidence of the full in situ functionality of the instrument in the Baltic Sea, or similar coastal sea areas at least for period of 5 years.

14. The price range for the instrument should be 100 000 -200 000 EUR, with delivery time max. 8 months from the order.

Minimum Requirements for the Tenderers (Selection Criteria) (15-17):

Economic and financial capacity:

15. The tenderer has fulfilled obligations relating to the payment of social security contributions, taxes and pension insurance contributions if required by his national legislation.

16. The tenderer is registered in all public registers, such as trade register, preliminary tax register, employer register and VAT register, if required by his national legislation.

Technical and professional capacity:

17. Minimum of 3 references of the instruments of the similar type as requested here.

Requirements for the Offer (18-27):

18. Cost of basic instrument set-up and related software (VAT 0 %) fulfilling the minimum requirements, accompanied with the documentation that fully describes the proven technical performance of the instrument (i.e. specify how instrument meet the minimum technical requirements given in 1-14). The technical details must be given, at the minimum, with the accuracy required to compare offers.

19. Estimate of annual running costs, including biosides and standards (assume constant use) (VAT 0 %).

20. Estimated cost of spare parts required within the 1st 3 year period (assume constant use) (VAT 0 %).

21. Estimated annual service costs (VAT 0 %).

22. Estimated costs for delivery, duties and insurances.

23. Information on guarantee.

24. Information on the availability and cost of technical support and availability of spare parts in future.

25. The tendered must include in the offer the following certificates to determine the eligibility for the tenderer:

— Certificate of paid taxes and social security contributions;

— Certificate from the pension insurance company on paid pension insurance contributions;

— Extract from the Register of Companies and certificates of the registration to preliminary tax register, employer register and VAT register

If the tenderer for whatever reason cannot include such certificates in the offer, he must provide adequate information, why he was not able to provide the certificates, and that he has fulfilled all legal obligations required by his national legislation.

26. A reference list of the instruments in use of the similar type as offered here.

27. Estimated delivery time.

The offers should be in effect until the end of December 2015. The upper limit for the offer is 200 000 EUR (VAT 0 %).

Terms and Conditions:

General Terms of Public Procurement in Supply Contract (JYSE 2014 SUPPLIES, appendix 1) shall be followed.

Title and all risk of loss or damage to the instrument shall pass from the tenderer to SYKE when the instrument shall be received and unloaded on the basis of DDP (INCOTERMS 2010) Destination of delivery is Helsinki.

Detailed terms and conditions of the delivery, installation and training will be agreed between Finnish Environment Institute and the supplier in the procurement agreement.

Terms of payment: Up to 50 % prepayment may be requested by supplier. Payments shall be paid against an invoice. If not otherwise agreed, the invoice shall be due for payment twenty-one (21) days from the arrival of an acceptable invoice.

The guarantee period shall be at minimum 12 months, if not otherwise agreed. The guarantee period shall begin from the day on which SYKE has received and accepted the supplies.

All the technical manuals and software needed to operate the instrument must be provided at the time of delivery.

Award Criteria:

Only the tenderers meeting the requirements set for the instrument, the tenderer and the offer will be evaluated in terms of price.

The contract will be awarded to the tenderer who submits the offer with the lowest price.

How to Make the Offer:

The binding tenders must be delivered by 4.11.2015 (16:00 local time) to address: SYKE-2015-H-47.

Finnish Environment Institute, Marine Research Center, Mechelininkatu 34a, PO Box 140, FIN-00251, Helsinki, Finland.

Offers may be also delivered by email using address kirjaamo.syke@ymparisto.fi The offers should be in effect until the end of December 2015.

Offers may be given in Finnish, in Swedish or in English.

Additional Information:

More information about the tender can be obtained before 16.10.2015 (kirjaamo.syke@ymparisto.fi). The answers to these questions will be delivered by email to everyone who has delivered their contact information by 23.10.2015.

Public Access to Tender Documents:

The procurement documents are public according to the Act on the Openness of Government Activities. Therefore the offers should not contain any trade secrets. If it is necessary to include any trade secrets in the tender, these must be explicitly noted. The total price of the tender cannot be a trade secret.

Decision:

Finnish Environment Institute retains the right to decline a tender if the minimum requirements set for the instrument are not fulfilled, if the total price is higher than 200 000 EUR (VAT 0 %), if the tender arrives after the deadline, if the tender does not include required documentation or if the tender does not otherwise correspond to this invitation. Finnish Environment Institute retains the right to decline all offers. The procurement may include only part of the items included in the offer.

Offers delivered in time will be compared according to Finnish Legislation of Public Procurements.

Decision of purchase will be made during 2015. The decision will be made known to all suppliers who have provided a valid tender.

Contracting Authority:

Finnish Environment Institute, Mechelininkatu 34a, PO Box 140, FIN-00251, Helsinki.

Contact Person:

Jukka Seppälä, Senior Scientist, Finnish Environment Institute, Marine Research Center, Mechelininkatu 34a, PO Box 140, FIN-00251, Helsinki.

Email: jukka.seppala@environment.fi

Phone: +358 40 1823316

Appendixes General Terms of Public Procurement in Supply Contract (JYSE 2014 Supplies).

INVITATION TO TENDER, UNDERWATER PHOTO IMAGING FLOW CYTOMETER

Suomen ympäristökeskus | Published February 11, 2016
Winner
McLANE Research laboratories, INC
cpvs
38600000

Ref: SYKE-2015-H-47

INVITATION TO TENDER, UNDERWATER PHOTO IMAGING FLOW CYTOMETER

The Marine Research Centre of Finnish Environment Institute invites tenders for an underwater photo imaging flow cytometer to be used in research projects on marine plankton. The contract notice is published in HILMA website on 9th July 2015.

INFORMATION ABOUT INSTITUTE

The Finnish Environment Institute (also known as SYKE, after the Institute's Finnish acronym) is both a research institute, and a centre for environmental expertise. SYKE's research focuses on changes in the environment, and seeks ways to control these changes. Our expertise is based on long-term environmental monitoring, wide-ranging research results, and the Institute's highly-qualified staff.

Marine Research Center at SYKE (SYKE MRC) aims at producing information and new solutions that help decision-makers to promote the protection and sustainable use of the Baltic Sea. SYKE MRC integrates a wide spectrum of marine research, catchment research, climate change research and socioeconomic research. Multidisciplinary research makes use of observations, experimental research, numerical models, prognoses and socio-economic studies. SYKE MRC coordinates Finnish Marine Research Infrastructure (FINMARI) combining all major components of the Finnish marine research community.

PROCUREMENT NOTICE

This tender and related notice has been published in the Finnish public procurement register web portal HILMA (www.hankintailmoitukset.fi).

INSTRUMENT TO BE PROVIDED

SYKE MRC carries out research projects and monitoring activities addressing the multiscale variability of phytoplankton populations in the Baltic Sea. SYKE MRC aims to purchase an automated submersible photo imaging flowcytometer instruments to carry out phytoplankton research.

Automated submersible imaging flow cytometer will be used in research projects on marine plankton. The intended scope of the instrument is for enumeration and identification of phytoplankton species. Instrument should capture high resolution photo images at high frequency to be used for taxonomic identification.

THE MINIMUM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE INSTRUMENT (1-14)

1. SYKE MRC require a versatile and flexible instrument to allow working with fixed and cabled (for power and data transfer) underwater platforms (up to 30 meters depth, distance from shore 10-300 m) and with fixed or moving laboratories using seawater flow-through.

2. Data need to be transmitted from instrument to operating PC in shore in real time.

3. Instrument should work autonomously during deployments, at least up to 6 months.

4. Instrument must have a reliable build-in protection mechanism for bio-fouling.

5. During deployments, instrument must have ability to perform analysis of standards.

6. Instrument must be able carry out automated discrete or continuous water sampling for imaging analysis at rate >10 mL per hour.

7. Photo images need to be triggered by laser induced chlorophyll fluorescence signal. From the samples taken, photo images need to be taken continuously allowing enumeration of cells i.e. the frequency of captured images need to be >1000 photo images per mL of sample water, or > 20000 photo images per hour.

8. Photo image resolution need to be 1µm or better and it should allow good resolution photos for a size range 10-100 µm, at least. Images need to be properly focused using sheet fluid technique.

9. Instrument should be mobile (< 50 kg) and easily deployable.

10. Instrument must be operated using input voltage at 24 V, or at range from 12-48V

11. Instrument software should offer transfer and storage of raw images.

12. Technical support for the instrument, including the availability of spare parts, must be guaranteed for 7 years from the purchase.

13. There must be a clearly documented evidence of the full in situ functionality of the instrument in the Baltic Sea, or similar coastal sea areas at least for period of 5 years.

14. The price range for the instrument should be 100 000 -200 000 EUR, with delivery time max. 8 months from the order.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR THE TENDERERS (SELECTION CRITERIA) (15-17)

Economic and financial capacity

15. The tenderer has fulfilled obligations relating to the payment of social security contributions, taxes and pension insurance contributions if required by his national legislation.

16. The tenderer is registered in all public registers, such as trade register, preliminary tax register, employer register and VAT register, if required by his national legislation.

Technical and professional capacity

17. Minimum of three references of the instruments of the similar type as requested here.

REQUIREMENTS FOR THE OFFER (18-27)

18. Cost of basic instrument setup and related software (VAT 0%) fulfilling the minimum requirements, accompanied with the documentation that fully describes the proven technical performance of the instrument (i.e. specify how instrument meet the minimum technical requirements given in 1-14). The technical details must be given, at the minimum, with the accuracy required to compare offers.

19. Estimate of annual running costs, including biosides and standards (assume constant use) (VAT 0%).

20. Estimated cost of spare parts required within the first three year period (assume constant use) (VAT 0%).

21. Estimated annual service costs (VAT 0%).

22. Estimated costs for delivery, duties and insurances.

23. Information on guarantee.

24. Information on the availability and cost of technical support and availability of spare parts in future.

25. The tendered must include in the offer the following certificates to determine the eligibility for the tenderer:

• certificate of paid taxes and social security contributions

• certificate from the pension insurance company on paid pension insurance contributions

• extract from the Register of Companies and certificates of the registration to preliminary tax register, employer register and VAT register

If the tenderer for whatever reason cannot include such certificates in the offer, he must provide adequate information, why he was not able to provide the certificates, and that he has fulfilled all legal obligations required by his national legislation.

26. A reference list of the instruments in use of the similar type as offered here.

27. Estimated delivery time.

The offers should be in effect until the end of December 2015. The upper limit for the offer is EUR 200000 (VAT 0%).

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

General Terms of Public Procurement in Supply Contract (JYSE 2014 SUPPLIES, appendix 1) shall be followed. .

Title and all risk of loss or damage to the instrument shall pass from the tenderer to SYKE when the instrument shall be received and unloaded on the basis of DDP (INCOTERMS 2010) Destination of delivery is Helsinki.

Detailed terms and conditions of the delivery, installation and training will be agreed between Finnish Environment Institute and the supplier in the procurement agreement.

Terms of payment: up to 50 % prepayment may be requested by supplier. Payments shall be paid against an invoice. If not otherwise agreed, the invoice shall be due for payment twenty-one (21) days from the arrival of an acceptable invoice.

The guarantee period shall be at minimum 12 months, if not otherwise agreed. The guarantee period shall begin from the day on which SYKE has received and accepted the supplies.

All the technical manuals and software needed to operate the instrument must be provided at the time of delivery.

AWARD CRITERIA

Only the tenderers meeting the requirements set for the instrument, the tenderer and the offer will be evaluated in terms of price.

The contract will be awarded to the tenderer who submits the offer with the lowest price

HOW TO MAKE THE OFFER

The binding tenders must be delivered by 4th of November 2015 (16:00 local time) to address

SYKE-2015-H-47

Finnish Environment Institute

Marine Research Center

Mechelininkatu 34a

P.O. Box 140

FIN-00251 Helsinki

Finland

Offers may be also delivered by email using address kirjaamo.syke@ymparisto.fi. The offers should be in effect until the end of December 2015.

Offers may be given in Finnish, in Swedish or in English.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.

More information about the tender can be obtained before 16.10. 2015 (kirjaamo.syke@ymparisto.fi). The answers to these questions will be delivered by email to everyone who has delivered their contact information by 23.10.2015.

PUBLIC ACCESS TO TENDER DOCUMENTS

The procurement documents are public according to the Act on the Openness of Government Activities. Therefore the offers should not contain any trade secrets. If it is necessary to include any trade secrets in the tender, these must be explicitly noted. The total price of the tender cannot be a trade secret.

DECISION

Finnish Environment Institute retains the right to decline a tender if the minimum requirements set for the instrument are not fulfilled, if the total price is higher than 200000 EUR (VAT 0%), if the tender arrives after the deadline, if the tender does not include required documentation or if the tender does not otherwise correspond to this invitation. Finnish Environment Institute retains the right to decline all offers. The procurement may include only part of the items included in the offer.

Offers delivered in time will be compared according to Finnish legislation of public procurements.

Decision of purchase will be made during 2015. The decision will be made known to all suppliers who have provided a valid tender.

CONTRACTING AUTHORITY:

Finnish Environment Institute

Mechelininkatu 34a

P.O. Box 140

FIN-00251 Helsinki:

CONTACT PERSON

Jukka Seppälä, Senior Scientist

Finnish Environment Institute, Marine Research Center

Mechelininkatu 34a

P.O. Box 140

FIN-00251 Helsinki:

Email: jukka.seppala@environment.fi

Phone: +358 40 1823316

Appendixes General Terms of Public Procurement in Supply Contract (JYSE 2014 SUPPLIES)

Invitation to tender, underwater photo imaging flow cytometer.

Suomen ympäristökeskus | Published October 1, 2015  -  Deadline November 4, 2015
cpvs
38600000

Ref: SYKE-2015-H-47 Invitation to tender, underwater photo imaging flow cytometer. The Marine Research Centre of Finnish Environment Institute invites tenders for an underwater photo imaging flow cytometer to be used in research projects on marine plankton. The contract notice is published in HILMA website on 9.7.2015. Information about institute: The Finnish Environment Institute (also known as SYKE, after the Institute's Finnish acronym) is both a research institute, and a centre for environmental expertise. SYKE's research focuses on changes in the environment, and seeks ways to control these changes. Our expertise is based on long-term environmental monitoring, wide-ranging research results, and the Institute's highly-qualified staff. Marine Research Center at SYKE (SYKE MRC) aims at producing information and new solutions that help decision-makers to promote the protection and sustainable use of the Baltic Sea. SYKE MRC integrates a wide spectrum of marine research, catchment research, climate change research and socioeconomic research. Multidisciplinary research makes use of observations, experimental research, numerical models, prognoses and socio-economic studies. SYKE MRC coordinates Finnish Marine Research Infrastructure (FINMARI) combining all major components of the Finnish marine research community. PROCUREMENT NOTICE This tender and related notice has been published in the Finnish public procurement register web portal HILMA (www.hankintailmoitukset.fi). INSTRUMENT TO BE PROVIDED SYKE MRC carries out research projects and monitoring activities addressing the multiscale variability of phytoplankton populations in the Baltic Sea. SYKE MRC aims to purchase an automated submersible photo imaging flowcytometer instruments to carry out phytoplankton research. Automated submersible imaging flow cytometer will be used in research projects on marine plankton. The intended scope of the instrument is for enumeration and identification of phytoplankton species. Instrument should capture high resolution photo images at high frequency to be used for taxonomic identification. The minimum technical requirements for the instrument (1-14): 1. SYKE MRC require a versatile and flexible instrument to allow working with fixed and cabled (for power and data transfer) underwater platforms (up to 30 meters depth, distance from shore 10-300 m) and with fixed or moving laboratories using seawater flow-through. 2. Data need to be transmitted from instrument to operating PC in shore in real time. 3. Instrument should work autonomously during deployments, at least up to 6 months. 4. Instrument must have a reliable build-in protection mechanism for bio-fouling. 5. During deployments, instrument must have ability to perform analysis of standards. 6. Instrument must be able carry out automated discrete or continuous water sampling for imaging analysis at rate > 10 mL per hour. 7. Photo images need to be triggered by laser induced chlorophyll fluorescence signal. From the samples taken, photo images need to be taken continuously allowing enumeration of cells i.e. the frequency of captured images need to be > 1 000 photo images per mL of sample water, or > 20 000 photo images per hour. 8. Photo image resolution need to be 1 µm or better and it should allow good resolution photos for a size range 10-100 µm, at least. Images need to be properly focused using sheet fluid technique. 9. Instrument should be mobile (< 50 kg) and easily deployable. 10. Instrument must be operated using input voltage at 24 V, or at range from 12-48 V. 11. Instrument software should offer transfer and storage of raw images. 12. Technical support for the instrument, including the availability of spare parts, must be guaranteed for 7 years from the purchase. 13. There must be a clearly documented evidence of the full in situ functionality of the instrument in the Baltic Sea, or similar coastal sea areas at least for period of 5 years. 14. The price range for the instrument should be 100 000-200 000 EUR, with delivery time max. 8 months from the order. Minimum requirements for the tenderers (selection criteria) (15-17): Economic and financial capacity: 15. The tenderer has fulfilled obligations relating to the payment of social security contributions, taxes and pension insurance contributions if required by his national legislation. 16. The tenderer is registered in all public registers, such as trade register, preliminary tax register, employer register and VAT register, if required by his national legislation. Technical and professional capacity: 17. Minimum of three references of the instruments of the similar type as requested here. Requirements for the offer (18-27): 18. Cost of basic instrument setup and related software (VAT 0 %) fulfilling the minimum requirements, accompanied with the documentation that fully describes the proven technical performance of the instrument (i.e. specify how instrument meet the minimum technical requirements given in 1-14). The technical details must be given, at the minimum, with the accuracy required to compare offers. 19. Estimate of annual running costs, including biosides and standards (assume constant use) (VAT 0 %). 20. Estimated cost of spare parts required within the first three year period (assume constant use) (VAT 0 %). 21. Estimated annual service costs (VAT 0 %). 22. Estimated costs for delivery, duties and insurances. 23. Information on guarantee. 24. Information on the availability and cost of technical support and availability of spare parts in future. 25. The tendered must include in the offer the following certificates to determine the eligibility for the tenderer: — certificate of paid taxes and social security contributions, — certificate from the pension insurance company on paid pension insurance contributions, — extract from the Register of Companies and certificates of the registration to preliminary tax register, employer register and VAT register. If the tenderer for whatever reason cannot include such certificates in the offer, he must provide adequate information, why he was not able to provide the certificates, and that he has fulfilled all legal obligations required by his national legislation. 26. A reference list of the instruments in use of the similar type as offered here. 27. Estimated delivery time. The offers should be in effect until the end of December 2015. The upper limit for the offer is 200 000 EUR (VAT 0 %). Terms and conditions: General Terms of Public Procurement in Supply Contract (JYSE 2014 Supplies, appendix 1) shall be followed. Title and all risk of loss or damage to the instrument shall pass from the tenderer to SYKE when the instrument shall be received and unloaded on the basis of DDP (INCOTERMS 2010) Destination of delivery is Helsinki. Detailed terms and conditions of the delivery, installation and training will be agreed between Finnish Environment Institute and the supplier in the procurement agreement. Terms of payment: up to 50 % prepayment may be requested by supplier. Payments shall be paid against an invoice. If not otherwise agreed, the invoice shall be due for payment 21 days from the arrival of an acceptable invoice. The guarantee period shall be at minimum 12 months, if not otherwise agreed. The guarantee period shall begin from the day on which SYKE has received and accepted the supplies. All the technical manuals and software needed to operate the instrument must be provided at the time of delivery. Award criteria: Only the tenderers meeting the requirements set for the instrument, the tenderer and the offer will be evaluated in terms of price. The contract will be awarded to the tenderer who submits the offer with the lowest price. How to make the offer: The binding tenders must be delivered by 4.11.2015 (16:00 local time) to address: SYKE-2015-H-47, Finnish Environment Institute, Marine Research Center, Mechelininkatu 34a, P.O. Box 140, 00251 Helsinki, Finland. Offers may be also delivered by email using address kirjaamo.syke@ymparisto.fi The offers should be in effect until the end of December 2015. Offers may be given in Finnish, in Swedish or in English. Additional information: More information about the tender can be obtained before 16.10.2015 (kirjaamo.syke@ymparisto.fi). The answers to these questions will be delivered by email to everyone who has delivered their contact information by 23.10.2015. Public access to tender documents: The procurement documents are public according to the Act on the Openness of Government Activities. Therefore the offers should not contain any trade secrets. If it is necessary to include any trade secrets in the tender, these must be explicitly noted. The total price of the tender cannot be a trade secret. Decision: Finnish Environment Institute retains the right to decline a tender if the minimum requirements set for the instrument are not fulfilled, if the total price is higher than 200 000 EUR (VAT 0 %), if the tender arrives after the deadline, if the tender does not include required documentation or if the tender does not otherwise correspond to this invitation. Finnish Environment Institute retains the right to decline all offers. The procurement may include only part of the items included in the offer. Offers delivered in time will be compared according to Finnish legislation of public procurements. Decision of purchase will be made during 2015. The decision will be made known to all suppliers who have provided a valid tender. Contracting authority: — Finnish Environment Institute, Mechelininkatu 34a, P.O. Box 140, 00251 Helsinki. Contact person: Jukka Seppälä, Senior Scientist. — Finnish Environment Institute, Marine Research Center, Mechelininkatu 34a, P.O. Box 140, 00251 Helsinki. Email: jukka.seppala@environment.fi Phone: +358 401823316. Appendixes General Terms of Public Procurement in Supply Contract (JYSE 2014 Supplies).

INVITATION TO TENDER, UNDERWATER PHOTO IMAGING FLOW CYTOMETER

Suomen ympäristökeskus | Published September 25, 2015  -  Deadline November 4, 2015
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38600000

Ref: SYKE-2015-H-47 INVITATION TO TENDER, UNDERWATER PHOTO IMAGING FLOW CYTOMETER The Marine Research Centre of Finnish Environment Institute invites tenders for an underwater photo imaging flow cytometer to be used in research projects on marine plankton. The contract notice is published in HILMA website on 9th July 2015. INFORMATION ABOUT INSTITUTE The Finnish Environment Institute (also known as SYKE, after the Institute's Finnish acronym) is both a research institute, and a centre for environmental expertise. SYKE's research focuses on changes in the environment, and seeks ways to control these changes. Our expertise is based on long-term environmental monitoring, wide-ranging research results, and the Institute's highly-qualified staff. Marine Research Center at SYKE (SYKE MRC) aims at producing information and new solutions that help decision-makers to promote the protection and sustainable use of the Baltic Sea. SYKE MRC integrates a wide spectrum of marine research, catchment research, climate change research and socioeconomic research. Multidisciplinary research makes use of observations, experimental research, numerical models, prognoses and socio-economic studies. SYKE MRC coordinates Finnish Marine Research Infrastructure (FINMARI) combining all major components of the Finnish marine research community. PROCUREMENT NOTICE This tender and related notice has been published in the Finnish public procurement register web portal HILMA (www.hankintailmoitukset.fi). INSTRUMENT TO BE PROVIDED SYKE MRC carries out research projects and monitoring activities addressing the multiscale variability of phytoplankton populations in the Baltic Sea. SYKE MRC aims to purchase an automated submersible photo imaging flowcytometer instruments to carry out phytoplankton research. Automated submersible imaging flow cytometer will be used in research projects on marine plankton. The intended scope of the instrument is for enumeration and identification of phytoplankton species. Instrument should capture high resolution photo images at high frequency to be used for taxonomic identification. THE MINIMUM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE INSTRUMENT (1-14) 1. SYKE MRC require a versatile and flexible instrument to allow working with fixed and cabled (for power and data transfer) underwater platforms (up to 30 meters depth, distance from shore 10-300 m) and with fixed or moving laboratories using seawater flow-through. 2. Data need to be transmitted from instrument to operating PC in shore in real time. 3. Instrument should work autonomously during deployments, at least up to 6 months. 4. Instrument must have a reliable build-in protection mechanism for bio-fouling. 5. During deployments, instrument must have ability to perform analysis of standards. 6. Instrument must be able carry out automated discrete or continuous water sampling for imaging analysis at rate >10 mL per hour. 7. Photo images need to be triggered by laser induced chlorophyll fluorescence signal. From the samples taken, photo images need to be taken continuously allowing enumeration of cells i.e. the frequency of captured images need to be >1000 photo images per mL of sample water, or > 20000 photo images per hour. 8. Photo image resolution need to be 1µm or better and it should allow good resolution photos for a size range 10-100 µm, at least. Images need to be properly focused using sheet fluid technique. 9. Instrument should be mobile (< 50 kg) and easily deployable. 10. Instrument must be operated using input voltage at 24 V, or at range from 12-48V 11. Instrument software should offer transfer and storage of raw images. 12. Technical support for the instrument, including the availability of spare parts, must be guaranteed for 7 years from the purchase. 13. There must be a clearly documented evidence of the full in situ functionality of the instrument in the Baltic Sea, or similar coastal sea areas at least for period of 5 years. 14. The price range for the instrument should be 100 000 -200 000 EUR, with delivery time max. 8 months from the order. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR THE TENDERERS (SELECTION CRITERIA) (15-17) Economic and financial capacity 15. The tenderer has fulfilled obligations relating to the payment of social security contributions, taxes and pension insurance contributions if required by his national legislation. 16. The tenderer is registered in all public registers, such as trade register, preliminary tax register, employer register and VAT register, if required by his national legislation. Technical and professional capacity 17. Minimum of three references of the instruments of the similar type as requested here. REQUIREMENTS FOR THE OFFER (18-27) 18. Cost of basic instrument setup and related software (VAT 0%) fulfilling the minimum requirements, accompanied with the documentation that fully describes the proven technical performance of the instrument (i.e. specify how instrument meet the minimum technical requirements given in 1-14). The technical details must be given, at the minimum, with the accuracy required to compare offers. 19. Estimate of annual running costs, including biosides and standards (assume constant use) (VAT 0%). 20. Estimated cost of spare parts required within the first three year period (assume constant use) (VAT 0%). 21. Estimated annual service costs (VAT 0%). 22. Estimated costs for delivery, duties and insurances. 23. Information on guarantee. 24. Information on the availability and cost of technical support and availability of spare parts in future. 25. The tendered must include in the offer the following certificates to determine the eligibility for the tenderer: • certificate of paid taxes and social security contributions • certificate from the pension insurance company on paid pension insurance contributions • extract from the Register of Companies and certificates of the registration to preliminary tax register, employer register and VAT register If the tenderer for whatever reason cannot include such certificates in the offer, he must provide adequate information, why he was not able to provide the certificates, and that he has fulfilled all legal obligations required by his national legislation. 26. A reference list of the instruments in use of the similar type as offered here. 27. Estimated delivery time. The offers should be in effect until the end of December 2015. The upper limit for the offer is EUR 200000 (VAT 0%). TERMS AND CONDITIONS General Terms of Public Procurement in Supply Contract (JYSE 2014 SUPPLIES, appendix 1) shall be followed. . Title and all risk of loss or damage to the instrument shall pass from the tenderer to SYKE when the instrument shall be received and unloaded on the basis of DDP (INCOTERMS 2010) Destination of delivery is Helsinki. Detailed terms and conditions of the delivery, installation and training will be agreed between Finnish Environment Institute and the supplier in the procurement agreement. Terms of payment: up to 50 % prepayment may be requested by supplier. Payments shall be paid against an invoice. If not otherwise agreed, the invoice shall be due for payment twenty-one (21) days from the arrival of an acceptable invoice. The guarantee period shall be at minimum 12 months, if not otherwise agreed. The guarantee period shall begin from the day on which SYKE has received and accepted the supplies. All the technical manuals and software needed to operate the instrument must be provided at the time of delivery. AWARD CRITERIA Only the tenderers meeting the requirements set for the instrument, the tenderer and the offer will be evaluated in terms of price. The contract will be awarded to the tenderer who submits the offer with the lowest price HOW TO MAKE THE OFFER The binding tenders must be delivered by 4th of November 2015 (16:00 local time) to address SYKE-2015-H-47 Finnish Environment Institute Marine Research Center Mechelininkatu 34a P.O. Box 140 FIN-00251 Helsinki Finland Offers may be also delivered by email using address kirjaamo.syke@ymparisto.fi. The offers should be in effect until the end of December 2015. Offers may be given in Finnish, in Swedish or in English. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. More information about the tender can be obtained before 16.10. 2015 (kirjaamo.syke@ymparisto.fi). The answers to these questions will be delivered by email to everyone who has delivered their contact information by 23.10.2015. PUBLIC ACCESS TO TENDER DOCUMENTS The procurement documents are public according to the Act on the Openness of Government Activities. Therefore the offers should not contain any trade secrets. If it is necessary to include any trade secrets in the tender, these must be explicitly noted. The total price of the tender cannot be a trade secret. DECISION Finnish Environment Institute retains the right to decline a tender if the minimum requirements set for the instrument are not fulfilled, if the total price is higher than 200000 EUR (VAT 0%), if the tender arrives after the deadline, if the tender does not include required documentation or if the tender does not otherwise correspond to this invitation. Finnish Environment Institute retains the right to decline all offers. The procurement may include only part of the items included in the offer. Offers delivered in time will be compared according to Finnish legislation of public procurements. Decision of purchase will be made during 2015. The decision will be made known to all suppliers who have provided a valid tender. CONTRACTING AUTHORITY: Finnish Environment Institute Mechelininkatu 34a P.O. Box 140 FIN-00251 Helsinki: CONTACT PERSON Jukka Seppälä, Senior Scientist Finnish Environment Institute, Marine Research Center Mechelininkatu 34a P.O. Box 140 FIN-00251 Helsinki: Email: jukka.seppala@environment.fi Phone: +358 40 1823316 Appendixes General Terms of Public Procurement in Supply Contract (JYSE 2014 SUPPLIES)

Reserve power equipment TP 32/16

HSY Helsingin seudun ympäristöpalvelut -kuntayhtymä | Published June 8, 2016  -  Deadline July 22, 2016
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31682510

Helsinki Region Environmental Services Authority HSY is a joint municipal authority that provides water and sanitation services, as well as information about the Helsinki region and the environment. HSY to help the residents to work for a better environment.