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Contract notice: Foreign economic-aid-related services




Country : Denmark
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Contract notice: Foreign economic-aid-related services

TOT Ref No : 32385850
DOCUMENT REF. NO. : 183724-2019
Competition : ICB
Financier : Self Financed
Purchaser : EMBASSY OF DENMARK, ETHIOPIA
Office Name: Embassy of Denmark, Ethiopia
Address: Bole Subcity, Woreda 03 (Bole — 03), PO Box 12955, 629 Street, House No 99-11
Town: Addis Ababa
Postal Code: 12955
Contact Point: Jonas Helth Lønborg
Denmark
Email :jonlon@um.dk
URL :https://www.ethics.dk/ethics/eo#/daf822e0-9d40-4bfe-9e9c-3580912bbcfc/homepage
Tender Details :

Object of the contract
Foreign economic-aid-related services

Description: Contract notice: Foreign economic-aid-related services

Authority Type: Ministry or any other national or federal authority
Contact Nature: Services
Procedure: Restricted procedure
Document: Contract notice
Regulation: European Union, with participation by GPA countries
Award criteria: The most economic tender
CPV code: 75211200,75211200
CPV Description: Foreign economic-aid-related services.
Dialogue Mechanism and Communication under the Africa Programme for Peace, Phase IV
Reference Number : 2016-51764
The current tender is part of the Danish Africa Programme for Peace, phase IV, providing support to African institutions initiatives relating to peace, security and governance on the continent. The programme primarily provides support to the African Union as well as ECOWAS and IGAD.
Main Site : Ethiopia.
The first aspect entails planning and conducting annual Africa-Denmark Dialogues focused on 1 or 2 key topics that are particularly relevant to the agenda of the AU and the Regional Economic Communities as well as aligned with Danish foreign- and security related priorities.
The second aspect will be achieved through development of 4 annual communication-snapshots of important successes from the African institutions` work on APSA and AGA achieved through Danish support.
In Part III.A-C of the ESPD, economic operators must answer whether they are subject to exclusion grounds.
An economic operator is excluded from the procurement procedure if the economic operator itself or any person who is a member of its administrative, management or supervisory body or has powers of representation, decision or control therein has been convicted by final judgement or fined within the last 4 years for any of the exclusion grounds relating to the criminal convictions listed in Section 135(1) of the Danish Public Procurement Act.
An economic operator is excluded from the procurement procedure if it has unpaid overdue debt of 100 000 DKK or more to public authorities in relation to payment of taxes and payment of social security, cf. Section 135(3) of the Danish Public Procurement Act. An economic operator is, however, not excluded where the economic operator provides guarantee of payment of the part of the debt which constitutes 100 000 DKK or more, or where the economic operator has agreed on a repayment scheme with the collection authority and that scheme is observed, cf. Section 135(4).
An economic operator is excluded from the procurement procedure if it is subject to any of the exclusion grounds listed in Sections 136(1)(1) and 136(1)(2) of the Danish Public Procurement Act.
An economic operator is excluded from the procurement procedure if it within the last 2 years has been subject to any of the exclusion grounds listed in Sections 136(1)(3) and 137(1)(2-3) of the Danish Public Procurement Act.
The Contracting Authority can accept the following documentation in relation to the exclusion grounds in Sections 135(1), 135(3) and 137(1)(2) of the Danish Public Procurement Act (in order of priority):
1) Extracts from the relevant register or similar documents issued by a competent judicial or administrative authority or certificates issued by the competent authority in the country referred to as documentation that the tenderer is not subject to the grounds for exclusion stipulated in Sections 135(1), 135(3) and 137(1)(2);
2) A declaration on oath (only if such extracts, certificates or similar documents are not issued in the country where the economic operator is established, or where the documentation does not cover all the grounds for exclusion stipulated in Sections 135(1), 135(3) and 137(1)(2) entirely);
3) A solemn declaration made by the person concerned before a competent judicial or administrative authority, a notary or a competent professional or trade body, in the country of origin or in the country where the economic operator is established (only if there is no provision for declarations on oath in the country where the economic operator is established).
Thus, the Contracting Authority cannot accept e.g. a solemn declaration made before a notary if there can be issued a certificate by the competent authority in the country where the economic operator is established. Moreover, the Contracting Authority cannot accept self-declarations or similar declarations issued by the economic operator or the person concerned as documentation in relation to the exclusion grounds.
Economic operators can identify the relevant documentation using the online platform e-Certis: https://ec.europa.eu/growth/tools-databases/ecertis/
Economic operators are encouraged to submit all necessary documentation as early as possible.
In Part IV.B of the ESPD, the economic operator must fill in its average yearly turnover for the last 2 financial years available (where the economic operator can present annual reports).
If the economic operator consists of a group of economic operators (e.g. a consortia or joint venture) or if the economic operator relies on the capacity of other entities, each involved economic operator or entity must submit a completed ESPD.
When an economic operator is participating in the procurement procedure together with others (e.g. a consortia or joint venture) or if the economic operator relies on the economic and financial standing of other entities, the participating economic operators or the entities referred to are subject to joint and severable liability for the performance of the contract.
The contracting authority can accept annual reports or excerpts hereof or relevant statements from a bank or certified accountant as documentation in relation to the economic and financial standing.
When an economic operator is participating in the procurement procedure together with others or when an economic operator relies on the economic and financial standing of other entities, the economic operator must also provide statements of support or other documentation proving that the economic operator has access to the necessary economic and financial standing. The statements of support must establish a legal obligation for the party concerned and state that the involved economic operators or entities are subject to joint and severable liability for the performance of the contract.
Economic operators are encouraged to submit all necessary documentation as early as possible.
The tender procedure is governed by Danish law and the rules applicable hereunder.
An English translation of the Danish Public Procurement Act is available on: https://www.kfst.dk/media/46419/the-public-procurement-act.pdf
Access to the procurement procedure requires online registration.
Guidance (in Danish and English) on the use of the tendering system can be found at: https://www.udbudssystemet.dk/public/instructions/ETHICS.EO.vejledning.pdf
Local time in section IV is according to Central European Time (CET) in Denmark.
Economic operators may only submit one application or tender.
Economic operators must submit a European Single Procurement Document (ESPD) as preliminary evidence that the economic operator is not subject to exclusion grounds and that the economic operator fulfils the minimum requirements for economic and financial standing and technical and professional ability.
When the economic operator is participating together with others or if the economic operator relies on the capacity of other entities, each participating economic operator must provide a separate ESPD.
Before the time-limit for receipt of tenders, the candidates, which the Contracting Authority has invited to tender, must present documentation of the information provided in the ESPD.
This contract has not been divided into lots, cf. Section II.1.6), due to market and economic considerations.
Economic operators will not receive remuneration for their participation in the procedure.

Internet address (URL): https://www.ethics.dk/ethics/eo#/daf822e0-9d40-4bfe-9e9c-3580912bbcfc/homepage

Deadline : 16th May 2019
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