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Contaminants in Norwegian urban terrestrial environment.

Miljødirektoratet | Published July 11, 2015
Winner
Norsk Institutt for Luftforskning
cpvs
90711500, 73000000, 90710000

‘Contaminants in Norwegian urban terrestrial environment’ will measure levels of contaminants in terrestrial animals and estimate bioaccumulation potential. This will be used to evaluate to which extent terrestrial animals are exposed to environmental contaminants, and if biological effects could be suspected. The results will be used for national and international regulation of use of chemicals.

Standard system for identity and access control in the Norwegian Environment Agency.

Miljødirektoratet (The Norwegian Environment Agency) | Published July 9, 2015  -  Deadline August 21, 2015
cpvs
72268000, 72210000, 72223000, 72263000, 72267100

We shall now prequalify tenderers for a later contest for an IAM system and services in order to implement this at the Norwegian Environment Agency. We have attached the qualification documentation with guidelines for requesting participating in the contest, as well as general descriptions of the user needs, which will later form the basis for the contest.

Pollutants in terrestrial and suburban environment

Miljødirektoratet | Published July 8, 2015
Winner
Norsk Institutt for Luftforskning
cpvs
90711500, 73000000, 90710000

"Hazardous substances in terrestrial and suburban environment" to measure levels of pollutants in terrestrial animals and degree of bioaccumulation / biomagnification. This will be used to assess the extent to which animals are exposed to environmental pollutants and potential effects these can create. The results will be used for national and international efforts to regulate pollutants.

Contaminants in terrestrial and suburban environment

Miljødirektoratet | Published February 23, 2015  -  Deadline April 7, 2015
cpvs
90711500, 73000000, 90710000

"Contaminants in terrestrial and suburban environment" to measure levels of pollutants in terrestrial animals and degree of bioaccumulation / biomagnification. This will be used to assess the degree to animals exposed to environmental pollutants and potential effects these can create. The results will be used for national and international efforts to regulate pollutants.

Standard solution for identity and access management in the Environment Directorate

Miljødirektoratet | Published July 6, 2015  -  Deadline August 21, 2015
cpvs
72268000, 72210000, 72223000, 72263000, 72267100

We will now prequalify suppliers for a subsequent competition for a IAM solution and services to introduce this in the Environment Directorate. We've attached a qualification document with guidelines for applications for participation in the competition, as well as overall descriptions of user needs, which will later form the basis for competition.

Operation and maintenance of a ‘Field Diary — Statens naturoppsyn’

Miljødirektoratet [The Norwegian Environment Agency] | Published September 30, 2016
Winner
Bouvet Norge AS
cpvs
72320000

The Norwegian Enviornment Agency c/o Statens naturoppsyn (SNO) is hereby announcing its intention to continue a contract with Bouvet AS for the operation and maintenance of a ‘Field Diary’ until 31.12.2018.

The ‘Field Diary’ is a Web application that Statens naturoppsyn (SNO) uses to document field activity, reports of offences under the Environment Act etc. The application is closely integrated with the Norwegian Environment Agency's databases for environment management and document processing. Bouvet AS has undertaken the development and operation of the application based on a previous competition for a consultancy contract for consultancy services, ref. No 2013-203886.

The database is critical for business functions for the Norwegian Environment Agency and there are, therefore, stringent requirements for functionality and uptime. The databases are physically located in the Environment Agency's premises in Trondheim. It is a prerequisite that tenderers have in-depth knowledge of Norwegian environment management systems and Norwegian environment law.

Data security software package

Miljødirektoratet | Published October 10, 2017  -  Deadline November 15, 2017
cpvs
48732000

The Norwegian Environment Agency is facing a replacement of its system for endpoint security for clients and servers. A joint ICT sector strategy for the agencies under the Ministry of Climate and Environment (KLD). The strategy imply that the Norwegian Environment Agency from 1.1.2019 will be responsible for the ICT systems for the Directorate for Cultural Heritage and the Norwegian Polar Institute. The new system for endpoint security can in the future also be extended to include the Environment Agency's total requirement. A new competition shall therefore be held for these services in order to secure necessary access to relevant services of high quality. The contracts shall facilitate a high quality service level as well as a high degree of flexibility at competitive prices.

Electronic mail service provider

Miljødirektoratet | Published October 14, 2017  -  Deadline November 20, 2017
cpvs
72412000, 48223000, 48811000

The Norwegian Environment Agency is in process of replacing its system for dispatching and receiving e-mails and for adding Exchange to the cloud. A joint ICT sector strategy for the agencies under the Ministry of Climate and Environment (KLD). The strategy imply that the Norwegian Environment Agency from 1.1.2019 will be responsible for the ICT systems for the Directorate for Cultural Heritage and the Norwegian Polar Institute. The new system for secure e-mails can in the future also be extended to include the Environment Agency's total requirement. A new competition shall therefore be held for these services in order to secure necessary access to relevant services of high quality. The contracts shall facilitate a high quality service level as well as a high degree of flexibility at competitive prices.

Wide area network services

Miljødirektoratet | Published January 15, 2015
Winner
<CONTACT_DATA_WITHOUT_RESPONSIBLE_NAME><ORGANISATION><OFFICIALNAME>GET AS</OFFICIALNAME><NATIONALID>919394056</NATIONALID></ORGANISATION><ADDRESS>Maridalsveien 323</ADDRESS><TOWN>Oslo</TOWN><POSTAL_CODE>0403</POSTAL_CODE><COUNTRY VALUE="NO"/></CONTACT_DATA_WITHOUT_RESPONSIBLE_NAME>
cpvs
72720000

The Directorate of the Environment would like to enter into a contract with a service provider for the provision of WAN and internet access to the Directorate of the Environment's departments in Trondheim and Oslo. The Directorate of the Environment would like a WAN connection in redundant ring with two physically separate and independent infrastructure routes at each office location. The WAN connection shall be provided with QinQ functionality for routing the VLAN. The office location in Oslo shall be configured with 2 redundant switches in a stack with separate infrastructure routes. The Directorate of the Environment would like 200Mb (minimum) internet access terminated in Trondheim, which will be external access for both office locations. The Directorate of the Environment would like a uniform series of ipv4 addresses with 100 addresses. Option for an expansion of 50 ipv4 addresses in the same series. The Directorate of the Environment would like the IPTV terminated in Trondheim with an option for distribution over the WAN connection to the office location in Oslo. Up to 6 decoders are wanted.

Evaluation consultancy services

Miljødirektoratet | Published October 3, 2017
Winner
Menon Economics
cpvs
79419000, 73000000, 73200000, 73210000, 73220000, 90710000, 90713000

The subsidy scheme ‘Klimasats’ is a national subsidy scheme for climate measures in Norwegian municipalities. The scheme was established in 2016 The scheme is administered by the Norwegian Environment Agency The Norwegian Environment Agency requests tenders for the process evaluation of the subsidy scheme.

Software-related services

Miljødirektoratet | Published October 12, 2017  -  Deadline November 16, 2017
cpvs
72260000, 48600000, 48620000

The Norwegian Environment Agency hereby invites to an open tender contest where the goal is to enter into a framework agreement for supporting the Agency's requirements in connection with renewal and administration of Microsoft licenses. The estimated annual contract value/volume is estimated to 4 500 000 -7 000 000 NOK. The Norwegian Environment Agency is facing a renewal of the Microsoft Enterprise license agreements. These agreements expire 31.12.2017. A joint ICT sector strategy for the agencies under the Ministry of Climate and Environment (KLD). The strategy imply that the Norwegian Environment Agency from 1.1.2019 will be responsible for the ICT systems for the Directorate for Cultural Heritage and the Norwegian Polar Institute. Requirements for consultancy in relation to expansions/co-ordination/merger for license agreements, etc. will occur. It is also important in the long term to ensure access to new licensing opportunities that arise from using cloud services.

Security software package

Miljødirektoratet | Published October 17, 2017  -  Deadline November 21, 2017
cpvs
48730000, 48700000, 48710000, 48780000

The Norwegian Environment Agency shall increase the security of mobile units and shall therefore procure a Mobile Device Management system A joint ICT sector strategy for the agencies under the Ministry of Climate and Environment (KLD). The strategy imply that the Norwegian Environment Agency from 1.1.2019 will be responsible for the ICT systems for the Directorate for Cultural Heritage and the Norwegian Polar Institute. The new Mobile Device Management system can in the future also be extended to include the Environment Agency's total requirement. A new competition shall therefore be held for these services in order to secure necessary access to relevant services of high quality. The contracts shall facilitate a high quality service level as well as a high degree of flexibility at competitive prices.

Maintenance and operation of Rovbase (the Norwegian database for Carnivores), Hjorteviltregisteret (the Cervids register) and Elektronisk Søknadssenter (the Electronic Application Centre) 2016-2018.

Miljødirektoratet (The Norwegian Environment Agency) | Published November 24, 2015
Winner
Bouvet Norge AS
cpvs
72320000

The Norwegian Environment Agency wishes to enter into a three year agreement with Bouvet Norge AS for maintenance and operation of the databases: Rovbase (the Norwegian database for Carnivores), Hjorteviltregisteret (the Cervids register) and Elektronisk Søknadssenter (the Electronic Application Centre). The work is a continuance of previously publications: NLRef: 2005-21611, ID DEC028845 and 2013-278666. These databases are vital business functions for the Norwegian Environment Agency and stringent requirements are made in relation to functionality and uptime. The databases are physically located in the Environment Agency's premises in Trondheim. It is a prerequisite that the company has thorough knowledge of Norwegian administration systems for carnivores and cervids, and partly also equivalent systems in neighbouring countries.

Environmental services

Miljødirektoratet | Published May 3, 2017  -  Deadline June 6, 2017
cpvs
90700000, 73220000, 73300000

The Norwegian Environment Agency shall, on behalf of the Ministry of Climate and Environment, further develop existing statistics on climate gas emissions in municipalities and calculation methods for assessing measures and policy instruments for municipalities. The procurement is for the development of climate gas accounts for the forest, area and change of area use sector at a municipal level, including documentation that makes it possible to reproduce, update and use the statistics. The procurement's upper financial limit is 1 000 000 NOK excl. VAT.

Analyses and statistics of lime tests from watercourse liming.

Miljødirektoratet [The Norwegian Environment Agency] | Published February 26, 2016
Winner
SINTEF Molab AS, PB 611, 8607 Mo i Rana
cpvs
71900000, 71620000, 90711000, 90700000

The Norwegian Environment Agency coordinates the government watercourse liming in Norway. In 1996 The Norwegian Environment Agency established a control scheme for watercourse lime, which has the purpose of controlling that the lime delivered is of the agreed and approved quality. This assignment is part of the control scheme. The assignment includes analyses of sent in lime tests (part 1), as well as the preparation of analyses and turnover statistics for lime delivered for watercourse liming (annual statistic bulletin) (part 2).

Thorough description of the delivery following Appendix 1 to the contract.

Analyses and statistics of lime tests from watercourse liming.

Miljødirektoratet (The Norwegian Environment Agency) | Published October 9, 2015  -  Deadline November 20, 2015
cpvs
71900000, 71620000, 90711000, 90700000

The Norwegian Environment Agency coordinates the government watercourse liming in Norway. In 1996 The Norwegian Environment Agency established a control scheme for watercourse lime, which has the purpose of controlling that the lime delivered is of the agreed and approved quality. This assignment is part of the control scheme. The assignment includes analyses of sent in lime tests (part 1), as well as the preparation of analyses and turnover statistics for lime delivered for watercourse liming (annual statistic bulletin) (part 2). Thorough description of the delivery following Appendix 1 to the contract.

Plagiarism Detection Solution

Uninett | Published April 23, 2016  -  Deadline May 19, 2016
cpvs
48170000, 72212170

The procurement objective is to establish a framework agreement for a solution for plagiarism control, which will be integrated into the virtual learning environment for the Norwegian higher education community.

Evaluation of the grant scheme for aquatic environment measures

Sted: hele Norge | Published June 28, 2017  -  Deadline August 10, 2017
cpvs
90700000

The purpose of the evaluation is to: a) Evaluate the extent to which the facility of the grant scheme is appropriate to achieve its purpose; b) Provide input for improvements so that the grant scheme can achieve its purpose to the greatest extent possible; c) Provide input and recommendation to the Effectiveness Measurement Method

Scientific installations

NTNU | Published October 7, 2017
cpvs
45214630

Procurement of Cave Virtual Environment projection (with sound production), including video based digitalisation equipment of cinematic coordinator for comparison with brain EEG data and stimulus production and response analysis equipment (touch-screen based).

Monitoring environmental toxins in urban animals

Miljødirektoratet (The Norwegian Environment Agency) | Published October 29, 2016  -  Deadline December 8, 2016
cpvs
90711500, 73000000, 90710000

Environmental toxins in urban animals shall measure the levels of environmental toxins in land dwelling animals and the degree of bioaccumulation/biomagnification. This shall be used to assess to what degree animals are exposed to environmental toxins and the potential effects that these can create. The objective of the programme is to procure information that The Norwegian Environment Agency can use in the regulation of new environmental toxins. In the work involved in regulating new environmental toxins, The Norwegian Environment Agency has had particular focus on poisonous materials that have a longevity in the environment, that become concentrated in organisms and spread over large geographical distances. Traditionally, the environmental monitoring has occurred in more untouched areas, but to gain better knowledge of how our consumption and environmental toxins in products affect the environment around us, The Norwegian Environment Agency is currently also executing environmental monitoring in town and urban areas. In order to get break-throughs for new regulations against environmentally damaging materials, knowledge about how the materials become concentrated in animals and the land is important, particularly since we current have most knowledge about how the materials behave in marine animals. The programme ‘Environmental Toxins in Urban Animals’ shall therefore particularly assist with data on how materials become concentrated via the food chain (biomagnification), but shall also provide information about what levels of environmental toxins animals that live in the urban area are exposed to and whether the environmental toxins that the animals have in their bodies on a whole represent a danger, either for the animals themselves or for other animals that eat them.