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					                  EUROPEAN COMMISSION
                  DIRECTORATE-GENERAL JUSTICE, FREEDOM AND SECURITY




                                                               Brussels, 29 September 2010



            CALL FOR TENDER NO. HOME/2010/SIVI/FW-A/C-203

                                        (open procedure)
Dear Sir/Madam,

1.   The European Commission invites tenders for a service framework contract regarding the
     following project:

     External Assistance for project management, consultancy and evaluation related to
     European large scale IT systems in Home Affairs matters

     This invitation to tender follows the publication of the contract notice in OJEU
     2010/S 189-287827 of 29/9/2010.

2.   If you are interested in this contract, you must submit a tender in triplicate, in one of the
     official languages of the European Union as follows:

     (1) in paper form one original and two copies: the original should be clearly labelled
     "Original" and the two copies "Copy 1" and "Copy 2".

     and

     (2) in PDF or MS Office 2003 or compatible format on CD-ROM: CD ROM No 1, to be
     labelled "CD-ROM No 1" must contain all the requested documents and the tender except the
     financial part of the offer; the second CD-ROM, to be labelled "CD-ROM No 2" must contain
     the financial part of the offer only.

     In case of any discrepancies between paper version and the CD-ROM version of the tender,
     the contents of the original paper version shall prevail.

     Tenders must be placed inside two sealed envelopes, one inside the other. The inner envelope
     should be marked:



                       Call for tenders No. HOME/2010/SIVI/CT-A/C203
                         not to be opened by the internal mail department
                         à ne pas ouvrir par le service du courrier


                       LX 46 05/56
     If self-adhesive envelopes are used, they must be sealed with adhesive tape and the sender must
     sign across this tape.
     The inner envelope must also contain two sealed envelopes, one containing all requested
     documents and the tender except the financial part of the offer and the other the financial bid.
     Each of these envelopes must clearly indicate the content ("Technical" and "Financial").
     Non-respect of these instructions may lead to the exclusion of the tenderer.

     Tenders must be:

     (a)   either sent by registered mail or by private courier

           The tender must be sent by registered mail or by private courier, dispatched not later
           than 15 November 2010 (the postmark or the receipt issued by the courier service
           serving as proof of the dispatch) to the following address:

           By registered mail
           European Commission
           Directorate-General Home Affairs
           Contract and Procurement Office
           LX46 05/56
           B-1049 Brussels
           Belgium

           By private courier
           European Commission
           Directorate-General Home Affairs – Contract and Procurement Office – LX 46 05/56
           Avenue du Bourget, 1
           B-1140 Brussels (Evere)
           Belgium

     (b) or delivered by hand

           Tenders must be delivered by hand at the Central Mail of the European Commission by
           15 November 2010 not later than 4 p.m. (Brussels time), at the following address:

           European Commission
           Directorate-General Home Affairs – Contract and Procurement Office – LX 46 05/56
           Avenue du Bourget, 1
           B-1140 Brussels (Evere)
           Belgium

           In this case, a receipt must be obtained as proof of submission, signed and dated by the
           official in the Commission's central mail department who took delivery. The department
           is open from 08.00 to 17.00 Monday to Thursday, and from 8.00 to 16.00 on Fridays. It
           is closed on Saturdays, Sundays and Commission holidays.

3.   Tenders will be opened at 11 am on 3 December 2010, at 46 Rue du Luxembourg, office 05/99 -
     1040 Brussels).
     This opening session will be public. Each tenderer may be represented by not more than one
     person. At the end of the opening session, the Chairman of the opening committee will



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     indicate the name of the tenderers and the decision concerning the admissibility of each offer
     received. The prices mentioned in the bids will not be communicated.

4.   The specification, listing all the documents that must be produced in order to tender, including
     supporting evidence of economic, financial, technical and professional capacity and the draft
     contract are attached.

5.   Tenders must be signed by the tenderer or his duly authorised representative and perfectly
     legible so that there can be no doubt as to words and figures.

6.   Validity period of the tender: nine months as from the final date for submission of tenders
     mentioned under point 2 above.

7.   Submission of a tender implies acceptance of all the terms and conditions set out in this
     invitation to tender, in the specification, in the draft contract and, where applicable, waiver of
     the tenderer's own general or specific terms and conditions. The terms and conditions are
     binding on the tenderer to whom the contract is awarded during the performance of the
     contract.

8.   Contacts between the awarding authority and tenderers are prohibited throughout the
     procedure except in exceptional circumstances and under the following conditions only:

     Before the closing date for submission of tenders
        At the request of the tenderer, the awarding authority may provide additional information
         solely for the purpose of clarifying the nature of the contract.

         Any request for additional information must be sent in writing to the following address:

         Contract and Procurement Office
         European Commission
         LX 46 05/56
         B-1049 Brussels
         Belgium

         Fax (+ 32 2) 297 9583
         e-mail: HOME-CPO@ec.europa.eu

         The Commission will deal with questions in two phases. The phases are as follows:

                o From 1 October 2010 until 15 October 2010 (Question Phase 1)

                o From 16 October 2010 until 29 October 2010 (Question Phase 2)

                o All questions that have been received by the Contact Point during a question
                  phase will not be answered until that question phase has expired.

         Requests for additional information received less than five working days before the
         closing date for submission of tenders will not be processed for practical reasons.

        The Commission may, on its own initiative, inform interested parties of any error,
         inaccuracy, omission or any other material shortcoming in the text of the tender
         documents.



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      Further information and answers to questions will be sent simultaneously to all tenderers who
      have requested the specification in writing. The Commission will publish all questions and
      anwers of the question rounds on the DG HOME website: http://ec.europa.eu/home-
      affairs/tenders/tenders_en.htm. Therefore, tenderers who have downloaded the documents
      from the Directorate-General Home Affairs website (DG HOME) are invited to consult this
      site regularly until the deadline for submission.

      After the opening of tenders
      If a tender requires clarification, or if there is a need to correct material errors which have
      occured in the drafting of the tender, the Commission may take the initiative and contact the
      tenderer(s). Such contact shall not lead to the conditions of the tender being altered in any
      way.

9.    This invitation to tender is in no way binding on the Commission. A commitment will come
      about only when a contract with the successful tenderer has been signed.
      Until a contract is signed, the awarding authority may decide not to award a contract or to
      cancel the tendering procedure, without the candidates or tenderers being entitled to claim any
      compensation. Where appropriate, the decision will be substantiated and brought to the
      attention of the tenderers.

10.   The costs of dispatching the documents and in participating in this call for tender shall be borne
      by the tenderer.

11.   Tenderers will be informed of whether their tenders have been accepted or rejected.

12.   The follow-up of your response to the invitation to tender will require the recording and
      further processing of personal data (i.e. name, address, CV, etc.). This data will be processed
      in accordance with the requirements of Regulation (CE) 45/2001 on the protection of
      individuals with regard to the processing of personal data by Union institutions and bodies
      and on the free movement of such data. Unless if otherwise stated, replies to questions and
      personal data requested are necessary for the purpose of assessing your tender (according to
      the specifications of the invitation to tender) and will only be processed within DG HOME as
      data controller, for this purpose. You may, upon request, have your personal data sent to you
      and rectify any inaccurate or incomplete particulars. Should you have any queries concerning
      the processing of your personal data, please address them to the entity acting as data
      controller within DG HOME. As regards the processing of your personal data, you have the
      right to bring the matter before the European Data Protection Supervisor at any time. Details
      concerning processing of your personal data are available on the privacy statement at the page
      http://ec.europa.eu/dataprotectionofficer/privacystatement_publicprocurement_en.pdf.

13.   You are informed that for the purposes of safeguarding the financial interest of the Union,
      your personal data may be transferred to internal audit services, to the European Court of
      Auditors, to the Financial Irregularities Panel and/or to the European Anti-Fraud Office
      (OLAF).
      Tenderers and, if they are legal entities, persons who have powers of representation, decision-
      making or control over them, are informed that, should they be in one of the situations
      mentioned in:
      -   the Commission Decision of 16.12.2008 on the Early Warning System (EWS) for the use
          of authorising officers of the Commission and the executive agencies (OJ, L 344,
          20.12.2008, p. 125), or



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       -       the Commission Regulation of 17.12.2008 on the Central Exclusion Database – CED (OJ
               L 344, 20.12.2008, p. 12),
       their personal details (name, given name if natural person, address, legal form and name and
       given name of the persons with powers of representation, decision-making or control, if legal
       person) may be registered in the EWS only or both in the EWS and CED, and communicated
       to the persons and entities listed in the above-mentioned Decision and Regulation, in relation
       to the award or the execution of a procurement contract or a grant agreement or decision. Any
       party entered into the database has the right to be informed of the data concerning it, upon
       request to the accounting officer of the Commission.

       Data of economic operators which are in one of the situations referred to in Articles 93, 94,
       96(1)(b) and 96(2)(a) of the Financial Regulation1 may be included in a central database and
       communicated to the designated persons of the Commission, other institutions, agencies,
       authorities and bodies mentioned in Article 95(1) and (2) of the Financial Regulation. This
       refers as well to the persons with powers of representation, decision making or control over
       the said economic operators. Any party entered into the database has the right to be informed
       of the data concerning it, up on request to the accounting officer of the Commission.



                                                                                             Yours faithfully,




                                                                                               signed
                                                                                       Jean Louis De Brouwer
                                                                                              Director




1
    Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002 of 25 June 2002 (OJ L 248 of 16.09.2002), as amended by Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1995/2006 of 13 December
    2006 (OJ L 390 of 30.12.2006)



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                        TENDER SPECIFICATIONS
             ATTACHED TO THE INVITATION TO TENDER




            Invitation to tender No. HOME/2010/SIVI/CT-A/C203
                                   concerning
External assistance for project management, consultancy and quality assurance
     to European large-scale IT system projects in Home Affairs matters




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                                                      TABLE OF CONTENTS
Contract and Procurement Office .......................................................................................................... 3
European Commission .......................................................................................................................... 3
Belgium ................................................................................................................................................ 3
I. SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................................................................................... 9
   I.1.     Introduction .......................................................................................................................... 9
   I.2.     Purpose of the contract ......................................................................................................... 9
   I.3.     Type of contract ................................................................................................................... 9
   I.4.     Additional information about the call for tender ............................................................... 10
      I.4.1.      Terminology ............................................................................................................... 10
      I.4.2.      No obliation to award ................................................................................................. 10
      I.4.3.      Award of the contract ................................................................................................. 10
      I.4.4.      Duration of the contract ............................................................................................. 10
   I.5.     Place of performance and delivery..................................................................................... 10
   I.6.     Security clearance upon delivery ....................................................................................... 11
   I.7.     Language and communication between parties ................................................................. 11
   I.8.     Estimate of the amount of work involved .......................................................................... 11
II. TERMS OF CONTRACT .......................................................................................................... 12
   II.1. Terms of payment .............................................................................................................. 12
   II.2. Financial guarantee ............................................................................................................ 12
   II.3. Subcontracting ................................................................................................................... 12
   II.4. Legal form to be taken by the grouping of service providers to whom the contract is
   awarded .......................................................................................................................................... 13
III.      FORM AND CONTENT OF THE TENDER ....................................................................... 15
   III.1.      General ........................................................................................................................... 15
      III.1.1. General conditions ..................................................................................................... 15
      III.1.2. Form of the tender ...................................................................................................... 15
   III.2.      Structure of the tender .................................................................................................... 16
      III.2.1. Section One: Executive summary ........................................................................... 16
      III.2.2. Section Two: Administrative proposal ................................................................... 16
      III.2.3. Section Three: Technical proposal ......................................................................... 17
      III.2.4. Section Four: Financial proposal............................................................................ 17
IV.       ASSESSMENT AND AWARD OF THE CONTRACT ....................................................... 19
   IV.1.       Exclusion criteria (exclusion of tenderers) .................................................................... 19
      IV.1.1. Exclusion criteria (Article 93 Financial Regulation) ............................................ 19
      IV.1.2. Other cases of exclusion (Article 94 Financial Regulation).................................. 19
      IV.1.3. Evidence to be provided by the tenderers .............................................................. 20
   IV.2.       SELECTION CRITERIA (SELECTION OF TENDERERS) ....................................... 21
      IV.2.1. Economic and financial capacity – References required ...................................... 21
      IV.2.2. Technical and professional capacity – References required ................................ 22
   IV.3.       EVALUATION OF TENDERS – AWARD CRITERIA .............................................. 23
      IV.3.1. Technical evaluation criteria ...................................................................................... 24
      IV.3.2. Overall project management ...................................................................................... 24
      IV.3.3. Project Management regarding A-Services ............................................................... 25
      IV.3.4. Performance of A-Services ........................................................................................ 25
      IV.3.5. Staffing and Team Organisation to perform A-Services ........................................... 26
      IV.3.6. Management and Performance of B-Services ............................................................ 26
      IV.3.7. Structure, Clarity and Coherence of the Tender Offer ............................................... 27
V. Information for tenderers ........................................................................................................... 28
VI.       Administrative and financial penalties ................................................................................... 28
VII. Annexes .................................................................................................................................. 28

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I.   SPECIFICATIONS

I.1. Introduction

     The European Commission is in charge of the development, finalization and deployment of
     several large-scale IT systems (in particular, but not exclusively, the 2nd generation Schengen
     Information System, the Visa Information System, Biometric Matching System and
     EURODAC PLUS). The Commission does not develop the systems itself but outsources
     them to external contractors ("Main Development Contractors" or "MDC").

I.2. Purpose of the contract

     This call for tender aims to select three service providers (hereinafter referred to as the "Support
     Contractors") in cascade (for detailed explanation of the cascade system please see Section I.3 –
     Type of contract) that assist the Commission with project management, consultancy and
     evaluation ("quality assurance") in the field of large-scale IT systems, in particular but not
     exclusively in order to monitor and give expert advice to the Commission in relation to
     Commission's contractors for SIS II/VIS, BMS, EURODAC and any other current and future
     contractors (hereinafter referred to as Main Development Contractors) of any future large-
     scale IT systems in the field of Home Affairs.

     The Support Contractors are expected to carry out the following A- and B-Services:

     (1)   A-Services: Assessment of the deliverable which a Main Development Contractor has to
           deliver and verification that the deliverable corresponds to their requirements as laid down
           in the respective Specific Contract.

     (2)   B-Services: Performance of a defined service in relation to the development and/or
           operation of large-scale IT systems in the field of Home Affairs other than A-Services (“B-
           Services”) as laid down in the respective Specific Contract. The Commission and the
           Support Contractor will agree on a case-by-case basis on the exact profile(s) and quantity
           of man-days to be used for the execution of the B-Services. On the basis of the Support
           Contractor’s financial offer for pre-defined profiles (see Annex 11 – Technical Tender
           Specifications, Part 2 – Profile description), the price per B-Service will be fixed following
           the profile(s) and man-days to be used for the execution of the services.

           Depending on the requirements involved, B-Services will be acquired using either 'intra
           muros' or 'extra muros'.

I.3. Type of contract

     The contract to be signed following this call for tender is a multiple framework contract in
     cascade with the three best-ranked tenderers (see section IV.3 – Evaluation of Tenders –
     Award criteria).

     The term "multiple framework contract in cascade" refers to the situation whereby a
     framework contract is concluded between the Commission and several service providers with
     a view to ensuring that a contract can be performed in succession by one or other of the
     contractors. If the Support Contractor selected as first in the cascade system is unable to carry
     out the work by the deadlines set in the request to provide services or is not in position to
     meet the criteria for response time and specifications as laid down in Service Level
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     Agreement annexed to the Framework Contract, the request to provide services will be
     automatically sent to the second contractor on the list. If necessary, the same procedures will
     apply to the second contractor (for further details please see Annex 13: Service Level
     Requirements).

     The Framework Contract does not involve direct commitment and, in particular, does not
     constitute an order per se. The Framework Contract lays down the legal, financial, technical
     and administrative provisions governing the relationship between the Commission and the
     Support Contractor during its period of validity. Actual orders will be placed after the
     Framework Contract has been signed. Signature will be done in form of Service Orders and
     Specific Contracts to be concluded in performance of the Framework Contract (see Annex 12
     – Framework Contract).

I.4. Additional information about the call for tender

           I.4.1. Terminology

     The specific terms and acronyms which are used throughout the tender specifications are need to
     be explained for better understanding, are defined in Annex 11: Part 3 – Common Glossary and
     Acronyms and in the Framework Contract. Specific terms can be identified in the text as the first
     letter of the work is written in upper case (e.g. Support Deliverable).

           I.4.2. No obliation to award

     Fulfilment of conditions for award will not involve the Commission in any obligation to award
     the Framework Contract. The Commission will not be liable for any compensation with respect
     to tenderers whose tenders have not been accepted, nor will it be so liable in the event of
     deciding not to award the Contract (see invitation to tender point 9 and Section II – Terms of
     Contract).

           I.4.3. Award of the contract

      Following the decision to award the Framework Contract, the Commission will conclude a
      Framework Contract (see Annex 12 –Framework Contract) with the successful tenderer. The
      Framework Contract lays down the legal, financial, technical and administrative provisions
      governing the relation between the contracting parties (the European Union represented by
      the European Commission and the successful tenderer) during the period of their validity.


           I.4.4. Duration of the contract

     The Framework Contract will be concluded for one year. The Framework Contract can be
     renewed two times for one year each. In considering a possible renewal of the Framework
     Contract, the Commission will decide at its sole discretion while taking into account the
     performance results of the Support Contractor throughout the year (see details in Annex 11 -
     Technical Tender Specifications) and without any right thereto for the Support Contractor.

I.5. Place of performance and delivery

  As a basic rule, the Support Contractor shall perform perform the requested A-Services and B-
  Services at the Support Contractor's place of activity (performing as 'extra muros'). Where
  necessary, the Support Contractor may be asked to perform certain B-Services in Commission
  premises in Brussels (performance as 'intra muros').

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  The type and quantity of B-Services to be performed as 'intra muros' will be agreed on case-by-
  case. When performing as 'intra muros', the Support Contractor's personnel will use only the
  standard software packages used by the Commission. No other software may be installed or used
  without the written authorisation of the Commission.

  The results of the A-Services and B-Services shall be delivered to the Commission premises in
  Brussels unless otherwise agreed.

  The Support Contractor is supposed to work mainly in his own premises. Part of the Support
  Contractor's team may be asked to work inside Commission premises for a limited period of time
  where necessary for the execution of the services and strictly in line with the Commission
  administrative rules on external personnel working in Commission premises.

  Moreover, the Support Contractor is expected to attend meetings in Brussels in Commission
  premises very frequently.

  Finally, the Support Contractor may be requested to travel to Member States sites or IT central
  system sites in France, Austria or any other place. Travel expenses related to missions from and
  to places other than Brussels and the Support Contractor's place of business will be reimbursed
  as set forth by the provisions of the Framework Contract.

I.6. Security clearance upon delivery

  For the execution of strictly security related A-Services or B-Services, a security clearance of the
  respective Support Contractor staff member may be requested. Whether a security clearance is
  necessary is likely to be known at the moment of the request for the service only. Tenderers are
  requested to fill in and submit the personnel identification and security forms for each staff
  member (see Annex 8 – Personnel Identification and Security Clearance Form).

I.7. Language and communication between parties

  The spoken and written language of all communications between the Commission, the Main
  Development Contractors (MDC) and the Support Contractors during the execution of any
  project will be English.

  Therefore, the Support Contractor must deliver all Support Deliverables, reports, draft and other
  documents in English unless otherwise agreed. Meetings will be conducted in English.

  In addition, the Support Contractor, when carrying out A-Services and B-Services related to the
  SIS II/VIS deliverables, may have to consult documents in French regarding the current SIS is
  located in Strasbourg. If the Support Contractor does not have sufficient passive knowledge of
  French, any translation of the documents that may become necessary will be done by the Support
  Contractor and cannot be reimbursed.

  Given that the language used in IT projects is English, the technical part of the tender shall be in
  English.

I.8. Estimate of the amount of work involved

The maximum value of multiple framework contract for the maximum duration of three years is
estimated at 8.000.000,00 EUR.



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II.   TERMS OF CONTRACT

In drawing up his offer, the tenderer should bear in mind the provisions of the contract attached to this
invitation to tender (Annex 12 –Framework Contract). In submitting the offer, the tenderer accepts the
provisions of the Framework Contract. Any limitation, amendment or denial of or reservation on the
contract terms will lead to automatic exclusion from the procurement procedure.

The Commission may, before the contract is signed, either abandon the procurement procedure or
cancel the award procedure without the tenderers being entitled to claim any compensation.

II.1. Terms of payment

      Payments shall be made in accordance with the provisions specified in Annex 12 – Draft
      Framework Contract.

II.2. Financial guarantee

      Performance guarantee

      If awarded, the Support Contractors shall provide the Commission with a performance
      guarantee of 200.000,00 EUR on first demand issued by an authorised EU banking or
      financial institution approved by the Commission in accordance with Article I.18 of the
      Framework Contract.

II.3. Subcontracting

      If the tenderer intends to subcontract part of the service, he shall indicate in his offer:

          1. Which part will be subcontracted and to what extend (% of the total contract value).

          2. Roles, activities and responsibilities of the subcontractor(s) (see Annex 5).

      The tenderers must attach to their offer a letter of intent by each subcontractor stating its
      unambiguous undertaking to collaborate with the tenderer if he wins the contract and the
      extend of the resources that it will put at the tenderer's disposal for the performance of the
      contract.

      Tenderers must ensure that Article II.17 of the contract (Annex 12 – Framework Contract) can
      be applied to subcontractors.

      If your offer includes subcontracting, it is recommended that contractual arrangements with
      subcontractors include mediation as a method of dispute resolution.

      In case of subcontracting the Support Contractor retains full liability towards the European
      Commission for performance of the contract as a whole. Therefore, the Commission will treat
      all contractual matters (e.g. payment) exclusively and solely with the Support Contractor as
      main contractor, whether or not a specific task was performed by a subcontractor. Moreover,
      if a subcontracting arrangement is entered into, the Support Contractor assumes responsibility
      for the work delivered by its subcontractor(s) and shall continue to be fully accountable
      towards the Commission in relation to the performance of the present contract. Therefore,
      under no circumstances can the Support Contractor avoid liability towards the Commission on
      the grounds that the subcontractor is at fault.
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     If the tender proposal provides for subcontracting, the tender must provide all information on
     subcontracting as requested in the annexes and questionnaires to be attached to the tender
     (Annex 1, Annex 4, Annex 5 and Annex 6).

     Tenders that provide for subcontracting will be assessed as follows:
         
              1. The exclusion criteria will be assessed in relation to the tenderer and each
                  proposed subcontractor;

              2. The selection criteria will be assessed in relation to the combined capacities of
                 the tenderer and the subcontractor(s) as a whole, to the extent that the
                 subcontractor puts its resources at the disposal of the tenderer for the
                 performance of the contract;
          
              3. The evaluation criteria will be assessed in relation to the tender.

     During the execution of the assignment, the contractor needs the Commission’s prior written
     authorisation to replace a subcontractor for which subcontracting was not envisaged in the
     original offer.
II.4. Legal form to be taken by the grouping of service providers to whom the contract is
      awarded

     Tenderer may submit joint offers e.g. as "consortia", irrespective of the legal form.

     Groupings, irrespective of their legal form, may submit bids. Tenderers may, after forming a
     grouping, submit a joint bid on condition that it complies with the rules of competition. Such
     groupings (or consortia) must specify the company or person heading the project and must
     also submit a copy of the document authorising this company or person to submit a bid.

     Tenders from a consortium of firms or groups of service providers, contractors or suppliers
     must specify the role, qualifications and experience of each member of the consortium or
     group. Each member must provide all the necessary documents for assessing the bid as a
     whole with regard to the exclusion criteria, selection criteria (all of them) and award criteria.

     Economic operators in a joint tender assume joint and several liabilities towards the European
     Commission for the performance of the contract as a whole. Please note that statements such
     as, for instance:
      one of the partners of the joint tender will be responsible for part of the contract and
          another one for the rest, or
      more than one contract should be signed if the joint tender is successful
           are not compatible with the principle of joint and several liability. Any such statement in
           the joint tender will lead to the exclusion of the tender from the tender procedure on the
           grounds that the joint tender does not comply with the tendering specifications.

     Joint tenders will be assessed as follows:

     1.   The exclusion criteria will be assessed in relation to each company individually;

     2.   The selection criteria for technical, professional, economic and financial capacity and the
                  evaluation criteria will be assessed in relation to the tendering group as a whole.



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If an economic operator intends to tender with a partner and has already set up a consortium
or a similar entity to that end, the operator shall mention this fact in his offer together with
any other relevant information in this connection.

In case a joint tender is selected for award, the Commission will require the consortium to
give it a formal status before the contract is signed. The formal status can take the form of:

1.   an entity with legal personality recognised by a Member State; or

2.   an entity without legal personality but offering sufficient protection of the Commission’s
              contractual interests (depending on the Member State concerned, this may be, for
              example, a consortium or a temporary association); or

3.   the signature by all the partners of a “power of attorney” (group leader or group manager)
              based on the models used in the Commission which provide for a form of
              cooperation. The model can be found at the following address:
             http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/informatics/procurement/useful_documents/index_en.htm




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III. FORM AND CONTENT OF THE TENDER

III.1. General

                III.1.1. General conditions

  The submission of a tender in response to a call for tender issued by the Commission entails:

              irrevocable agreement of the tenderer to participate in all evaluation procedures foreseen
               in this call for tender;

              in case the tenderer´s offer will be retained, acceptance of the Contract under the terms
               and conditions as set out in Annex 12 – Draft Framework Contract;

              irrevocable agreement of the tenderer that at the date of the entering into force of the
               Contract the tenderer engages the Project Manager, the deputy Project Manager and the
               Project Security Manager (whose task is to make sure that the obligations under I.9.8.4
               of the framework contract are complied with and to serve as contact point to the
               Commission on the security related issues – this function can also be carried out the
               Project Manager or Deputy Project Manager or any other person nominated by the
               Support Contractor) as proposed in his tender;

              acceptance by the tenderer of the general terms and conditions stipulated in the call for
               tender including the tender procedures;

              waiver of the tenderer’s own standard terms and conditions.

  The tenderer is bound by the tender for a period of nine months from the final date for receipt of
  tenders.

                III.1.2. Form of the tender

     Tenders must be:

                written in one of the official languages of the European Union. The tenderers may
                 consider to submit the tender in English to demonstrate English language knowledge
                 (see Section IV.2.2);

                clear and concise, with continuous page numbering, and assembled in a coherent
                 fashion (e.g. bound or stapled, etc…);

                perfectly legible in order to rule out any doubt whatsoever concerning the words or
                 figures;

                drawn up in the format of the compulsory reply forms where reference is made to
                 them (see annexes);

                accompanied by a covering letter signed by the tenderer or his duly authorised agent.

     Since tenderers will be judged on the content of their written bids, they must make it clear that
     they are able to meet the requirements of the specifications.

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     Tenders must be submitted as indicated in the invitation letter to tender.

III.2. Structure of the tender

     All tenders must include four sections:
     1)    Executive summary;
     2)    Administrative informations and documents related to the exclusion and selection
           criteria;
     3)    Technical proposal;
     4)    Financial proposal.

III.2.1. Section One: Executive summary

  The tender must include a maximum 5-page summary of the technical proposal. The summary
  shall highlight the most important features of the proposal and provide a brief description of the
  approach and planning with regard to how the requirements of the project will be satisfied and
  supported.

III.2.2. Section Two: Administrative proposal

     a) Administrative information

     This section must provide the following information, set out in the standard identification
     forms attached to these tender specifications (Annexes 1, 2 and 3):

          1) Tenderers’ identification (Annex 1)

                All tenderers must provide proof of registration, as prescribed in their country of
                 establishment, on one of the professional or trade registers or provide a
                 declaration or certificate.

                If the tenderer is a natural person, he/she must provide a copy of the identity
                 card/passport or driving licence and proof that he/she is covered by a social
                 security scheme as a self-employed person.

           Each tenderer (including subcontractor(s) or any member of a consortium or grouping)
           must complete and sign the identification forms in Annex 1 and also provide above-
           mentioned documents.

          2) Financial identification (Annex 2)
           The bank identification form must be filled in and signed by an authorised
           representative of the tenderer and his/her banker. A standard form is attached in Annex
           2 and a specific form for each Member State is available at the following Internet
           address:
           http://ec.europa.eu/budget/execution/ftiers_en.htm
           In the case of a grouping, this form must only be provided by the person heading the
           project.




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          3) Legal entities (Annex 3)
           The legal entity form in Annex 3 must be filled in and should be accompanied by a number
           of supporting documents, available on the Web site:
           http://ec.europa.eu/budget/execution/legal_entities_en.htm
           In the case of a grouping, this form must only be provided by the person heading the
           project.

     The Commission reserves the right, however, to request additional evidence in relation to the
     bid submitted for evaluation or verification purposes within a time-limit stipulated in its
     request.

     b)    Information regarding exclusion and selection criteria:

           For the exclusion criteria the tenderer is requested to submit:

              1. Declaration by the tenderer relating to the exclusion criteria (see IV.1.3)

              2. Documents certifying economic and financial capacity (see IV.2.1)

              3. Prove of technical and professional capacity (see IV.2.2)

III.2.3. Section Three: Technical proposal

     This technical section is of great importance in the assessment of the bids, the award of the
     contract and the future execution of any resulting contract.

     The technical proposal must provide all the information and necessary documentation that
     give evidence on how the technical evaluation criteria set out in Section IV.3 are met.

     The tender must include a “correspondence table” that assigns the profiles of Annex 11:
     Technical Tender Specifications, Part 2 – Profile Description to the titles and grades used by
     the tenderer internally. This document gives a description of the profiles and requirements for
     IT service personnel where referred to in the technical specifications.

     Where the A-Services as described in the technical specifications make reference to one or
     more profiles laid down in this document, tenderers must submit a proposal that meets the
     required IT profile(s). However, when submitting their offer for A-Services tenderers are free
     to add on more profiles in quality and/or quantity, provided the minimum requirements as
     defined in the technical specifications are met. When adding on extra profiles, tenderers may
     offer profiles as defined in this document or propose any other profile they consider fit to
     carry out the service.

     B-Services will be ordered per specific contract on the basis of the profiles laid down in this
     document and the financial sheet for B-Services as submitted in the successful tender's
     financial offer.

III.2.4. Section Four: Financial proposal

     All tenders must contain a financial proposal to be submited according to the form attached in
     Annex 10.
     Prices must be quoted in Euro, including the countries which are not in the Euro-area. As far as
     the tenderers of those countries are concerned, they cannot change the amount of the bid because

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of the evolution of the exchange rate. The tenderers choose the exchange rate and assume all
risks or opportunities relating to the rate fluctuation.
The tenderer must quote fixed prices. Prices are not subject to price indexation or revision as set
forth in the contract.
Prices must be quoted free of all duties, taxes and other charges, i.e. also free of VAT, as the
European Union is exempt from such charges in the EU under Articles 3 and 4 of the Protocol on
the Privileges and Immunities of the European Communities of 8 April 1965 (OJ L 152 of 13
July 1967). Exemption is granted to the Commission by the governments of the Member States,
either through refunds upon presentation of documentary evidence or by direct exemption. For
those countries where national legislation provides an exemption by means of a reimbursement,
the amount of VAT is to be shown separately. In case of doubt about the applicable VAT system,
it is the tenderer's responsibility to contact his or her national authorities to clarify the way in
which the European Union is exempt from VAT.
An incomplete financial offer will lead to exclusion of the tender.

For A-Services listed in Annex 10 – Financial sheet for A services, the tenderer must provide
one fixed price including all fees and project related costs (project management, quality
control, back-up resources, etc.) directly or indirectly connected with the provision of the
service. The fixed price has to include all travel expenses for travelling from the tenderer's
place of business to Brussels and from Brussels to the tenderer's place of business. Please note
that tenderers have to take into account the risk of multiple assessment of a Main
Development Contractor deliverable: depending on the performance of the Main
Development Contractor, the deliverable submitted to the Commission for acceptance and
submitted to the Support Contractor for scrutiny before acceptance by the Commission may
be acceptable already after first scrutiny or after several scrutiny rounds only. Given that the
prices for A-Services are fixed, the tenderers have to calculate this risk when submitting a
price for the A-Services (see Annex 11- Technical Tender Specifications, Part 1 – Technical
Tender Specifications).
For all B-Services, the tenderer must provide the daily rate per profile as stated in the financial
sheet. The prices for the B-Services are fixed prices and thus include all fees and project
related costs (project management, quality control, back-up resources, etc.) directly or
indirectly connected with the provision of the service. The daily rates are fixed and include all
travel expenses for travelling from the tenderer's place of business to Brussels and from
Brussels to the tenderer's place of business. Please note that the tender must quote extra muros
prices and intra muros prices for the profiles where marked in Annex 10 – Financial sheet for
B services financial sheet.

When performing A-Services and B-Services, the Support Contractors may be requested to
travel to Member States sites or IT central system sites in France, Austria or any other place.
Travel expenses related to missions from and to places other than Brussels and the Support
Contractor's place of business will be reimbursed by applying the lump sum amounts as set forth
by the provisions of the Framework Contract (Annex 12 – Framework Contract).




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IV.          ASSESSMENT AND AWARD OF THE CONTRACT

The assessment will be based on each tenderer's bid.
All the information will be assessed in the light of the criteria set out in these specifications. The
procedure for the award of the contract, which will concern only admissible bids, will be carried out
in three successive stages.
The aim of each of these stages is:

1) to check on the basis of the exclusion criteria, whether tenderers can take part in the tendering
   procedure;
2) to check on the basis of the selection criteria, the technical and professional capacity and
   economic and financial capacity of each tenderer;
3) to assess on the basis of the award criteria each bid which has passed the exclusion and selection
   stages.

IV.1. Exclusion criteria (exclusion of tenderers)

             IV.1.1. Exclusion criteria (Article 93 Financial Regulation2)

             To be eligible for participating in this contract award procedure, tenderers must not be in any
             of the following situations:
             (a) they are bankrupt or being wound up, are having their affairs administered by the courts,
                 have entered into an arrangement with creditors, have suspended business activities, are
                 the subject of proceedings concerning those matters, or are in any analogous situation
                 arising from a similar procedure provided for in national legislation or regulations;
             (b) they have been convicted of an offence concerning their professional conduct by a
                 judgement which has the force of res judicata;
             (c) they have been guilty of grave professional misconduct proven by any means which the
                 contracting authority can justify;
             (d) they have not fulfilled obligations relating to the payment of social security contributions
                 or the payment of taxes in accordance with the legal provisions of the country in which
                 they are established or with those of the country of the contracting authority or those of
                 the country where the contract is to be performed;
             (e) they have been the subject of a judgement which has the force of res judicata for fraud,
                 corruption, involvement in a criminal organisation or any other illegal activity
                 detrimental financial interests3 of the Union;
             (f) they are currently subject to an administrative penalty referred to in Article 96(1) of
                 Financial Regulation.


             IV.1.2. Other cases of exclusion (Article 94 Financial Regulation)

             Contracts will not be awarded to tenderers who, during the procurement procedure:
2
    Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) n° 1605/2002 of 25 june 2002 on the Financial regulation applicable to the general budget of the European Communities, OJ L 248 of 16 September
        2002, p. 1, amended by Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) n° 1995/2006 of 13 December 2006, OJ L 390 of 30 December 2006, p.1.
3
    a) cases of fraud as referred to in Article 1 of the Convention on the protection of the European Communities' financial interests established by the Council Act of 26 July 1995
       (OJ/C 316 of 27.11.1995, p. 48);
b) cases of corruption as referred to in Article 3 of the Convention on the fight against corruption involving officials of the European Communities or officials of Member States of the
European Union, established by the Council Act of 26 May 1997 (OJ/C 195 of 25.6.1997, p. 1);
c) cases of involvement in a criminal organisation, as defined in Article 2(1) of Joint Action 98/733/JHA of the Council (OJ/L 315 of 29.12.1998, p. 1);
d) cases of money laundering as defined in Article 1 of Council Directive 91/308/EEC (OJ/L 166 of 28.6.1991, p.77).

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a)   are subject to a conflict of interest;
     Tenderers must declare:
     -   that they do not have any conflict of interest in connection with the contract; a
         conflict of interest could arise in particular as a result of economic interests,
         political or national affinities, family or emotional ties, or any other relevant
         connection or shared interest;
     -   that they will inform the contracting authority, without delay, of any situation
         constituting a conflict of interest or which could give rise to a conflict of interest;
     -   that they have not made and will not make any offer of any type whatsoever from
         which an advantage can be derived under the contract;
     -   that they have not granted and will not grant, have not sought and will not seek,
         have not attempted and will not attempt to obtain, and have not accepted and will
         not accept, any advantage, financial or in kind, to or from any party whatsoever,
         constituting an illegal practice or involving corruption, either directly or indirectly,
         as an incentive or reward relating to the award of the contract.
     The Commission reserves the right to check the above information.
b)   are guilty of misrepresentation in supplying the information required by the contracting
     authority as a condition of participation in the procurement procedure or fail to supply
     this information.


 IV.1.3. Evidence to be provided by the tenderers

1.   When submitting their bids, each tenderer (including subcontractor(s) or any member of
     a consortium or grouping) shall provide a declaration on their honour, duly signed and
     dated, stating that they are not in one of the situations mentioned above (cf. IV.1.1 and
     VI.1.2). For that purpose, they must complete and sign the form attached in Annex 4.
     Where the tenderer is a legal entity, they shall, whenever requested by the Commission,
     provide information on the ownership or on the management, control and power of
     representation of the legal entity.

2.   The tenderer to whom the contract is to be awarded (including any member of a
     consortium or grouping) shall provide, within 14 calendar days after notification of the
     results of the procurement procedure and in any case before the signature of the
     contract, the following evidence, confirming the declaration referred to above:

     The Commission shall accept, as satisfactory evidence that the tenderer is not in one of
     the situations described in point IV.1.1 (a), (b) or (e) above, a recent extract from the
     judicial record or, failing that, an equivalent document recently issued by a judicial or
     administrative authority in the country of origin or provenance showing that those
     requirements are satisfied.
     The Commission accepts, as satisfactory evidence that the tenderer is not in the situation
     described in point IV.1.1 (d) above, a recent certificate issued by the competent
     authority of the State concerned.
     Where no such document or certificate is issued in the country concerned, it may be
     replaced by a sworn or, failing that, a solemn statement made by the interested party
     before a judicial or administrative authority, a notary or a qualified professional body in
     his country of origin or provenance.


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     3.     Depending on the national legislation of the country in which the candidate or tenderer
            is established, the documents referred to in paragraph 1 and 2 above shall relate to legal
            and/or natural persons including, if applicable with regard to points b) and e), company
            directors or any person with powers of representation, decision-making or control in
            relation to the tenderer.
     4.     In case of doubt on the declaration on the honour provided by the subcontactor(s), the
            contracting authority may also request the evidence referred to in paragraphs 2 and 3
            above.

     5.     The Commission reserves the right to request any other document relating to the
            proposed tender for evaluation and verification purpose, within a delay determined in its
            request.

     Remark:

     The tenderers will be waived of the obligation to submit the documentary evidence above
     mentioned if such evidence has already been submitted for the purposes of another
     procurement procedure launched by Directorate-General Home Affairs provided that the
     documents are not more than one year old starting from their issuing date and that they are
     still valid. In such a case, the tenderer shall declare on his honour that the documentary
     evidence has already been provided in a previous procurement procedure, specifying the
     reference of the call for tender for which the documents have been provided, and confirm that
     no changes in his situation have occurred.

IV.2. SELECTION CRITERIA (SELECTION OF TENDERERS)

     To be eligible, the tenderers must have the economic and financial capacity as well as the
     technical and professional capacity to perform the tasks as required and detailed underneath.
     Tenders that do not provide all the requested information and evidence will not be evaluated
     further.
     Tenders that do not match all selection criteria will not be evaluated further.

IV.2.1. Economic and financial capacity – References required

     The financial and economic capacity of each tenderer will be evaluated on the basis of the
     following criteria:
          1. Economic activity of the tenderer relating to the services to be purchased and the
             relevance of the tenderer's business activities in type and volume;
          2. Tenderers must show that their annual turnover exceed 10.000.000,00 EUR, for the
             past three years (average of 2007, 2008 and 2009 figures) – in case of a consortium,
             this threshold will be verified at the level of the consortium;
          3. The tenderer's interim accounts for the quarter preceding that in which the call for
             tender was published;
          4. Professional risk indemnity insurance of the tenderer.
     Tenderers must provide proof of their financial and economic capacity by means of the
     following documents:
     -    Questionnaire on economic and financial capacity (see Annex 6) to be filled in by the
          tendering company, the subcontractors or in case of a consortium by the consortium as a
          whole. Please note that if the answer to a mandatory question mentioned in this

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         questionnaire is 'no', the tender will not be evaluated further and will be excluded from
         the call for tender procedure.
     -   The balance sheets or extracts from balance sheets for the last three financial years;
     -   A statement of overall turnover and turnover relating to the relevant services for the last
         three financial years;
     -   Interim account for the quarter preceding that in which the call for tender was published;
     -   Completed "Simplified balance sheet" and "Simplified Profit & Loss Account" (Annex 9),
         filled in for 3 years;
     -   Professional risk indemnity insurance of the tenderer.
     These documents must be submitted by all service providers, regardless of the percentage of
     tasks they intend to execute, once they have chosen to submit a tender.


IV.2.2. Technical and professional capacity – References required

     The technical and professional capacity will be evaluated on the basis of the following
     criteria:

         1. Knowledge, expertise and experience gained as from 2005 in the area of the services
            to be purchased, especially those carried out in an international environment, with
            English as the working language. Reference projects must provide information on the
            applied method of quality assurance activities to ensure that the end result will be of
            high quality;
         2. Knowledge, expertise and experience gained as from 2005 in assisting and providing
            quality assurance to multi-faceted projects with dependencies on other projects;
         3. The number of staff per profile with relevant skills and experience, their proven
            knowledge of English, their availability for the projects indicated in the Technical
            Tender Specifications and their availability to participate in meeting at short (24
            hours') notice;
         4. The tenderer's human resources policy as regards the suitability of its personnel
            including procedures in place for replacement of personnel, measures for appropriate
            knowledge transfer and to keep information confidential;
         5. The tenderer's number of staff who have security vetting up to and including EU
            Secret level issued by national authorities;
         6. All proposed team members are capable to work in English and to produce
            reports/and or other documents in English;
         7. The applicant´s proven knowledge of and experience with:
                      a)          IT project management,
                      b)          Risk management,
                      c)          Quality assurance (service organisation, quality plan, practice in
                                  the area of the project and audit of IT systems),
                      d)          Reviewing IT proposals and architectures on large-scale IT-
                                  systems,
                      e)          IT-security (PKI, network security, protection profiles…),
                      f)          Business continuity systems,
                      g)          End-users´ training, documentation and procedures,
                      h)          Acceptance and testing of IT-systems,
                      i)          Deployment of trans-national IT systems,
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                      j)          Change management,
                      k)          Elaboration of IT service level agreements,
                      l)          Biometrics,
                      m)          Chip technology (smart cards, RFID chips, readers…)
                      n)          Design and development of IT-systems

    The tender must provide evidence of the required technical and economic capacity by the
    following means:
           Questionnaire on technical and professional capacity (see Annex 6) and supporting
            documents, to be filled in by the tenderer, the subcontractors or in case of a
            consortium by the consortium as a whole. Tenderers must submit any useful
            documents that support the information on their economic, financial, technical and
            professional capacity the questionnaire is referring to. Please note that if the answer to
            a mandatory question mentioned in this questionnaire is 'no' the tender will not be
            evaluated further and will be excluded from the call for tender procedure.

           Reference projects to Criterion No 1 must be of at least 4 different clients and indicate
            two contact points (name, e-mail, telephone number) per reference project name
            indicating budget, project duration, dates and place. They have to be accompanied by
            certificates of satisfactory execution, delivered by the customers, specifying whether
            projects were carried out in a professional manner and were completed. Tenderers
            must use the project reference form (see Annex 7) when referring to projects they have
            carried out or contributed to in the past.

           Reference projects to Criterion No 2 must be of at least 2 different clients and indicate
            two contact points (name, e-mail, telephone number) per reference project name
            indicating budget, project duration, dates and place. They have to be accompanied by
            certificates of satisfactory execution, delivered by the customers, specifying whether
            projects were carried out in a professional manner and were completed. Tenderers
            must use the project reference form (see Annex 7) when referring to projects they have
            carried out or contributed to in the past.

           For each staff member, including team leader, that the tenderer intends to assign tasks
            a personnel identification and security clearance form must be filled in (see Annex 8).

           A statement on the ability of all team members to work in English and to produce
            reports/and or other documents in English.

           A statement on the tenderer's ability to ensure that all team members and team
            managers are available to participate in meetings in Brussels at 24 hours' notice.

           A statement that the technical staff is available to the applicant to carry out work under
            the contract.

    Joint tenders and/or tenders with subcontracting shall provide the requested evidence on the
    technical and professional capacity with regard to the consortium and/or the tender with
    subcontractor(s) as a whole.

IV.3. EVALUATION OF TENDERS – AWARD CRITERIA

    a) Best-Value-for-Money Procedure and final score
  The multiple framework contract will be awarded on the basis of the economically most
  advantageous tender, which is the tender that scores the highest points with a view to the quality
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(technical evaluation) / financial (financial evaluation) ratio of 60 : 40. The maximum final score
a tender offer can reach is 100 points. Thus, a maximum of 60 % of the final score of 100 points
can be reached during the technical evaluation, whereas a maximum of 40 % of the final score of
100 points can be awarded during the financial evaluation.
As regards the 60 %-scoring to be applied during the technical evaluation, the following has to
be understood: seven technical evaluation criteria, each of which has several subcriteria, will be
applied to all tender offers. Each subcriterion will be evaluated individually. A mark that ranges
between 0 and 20 will be awarded to each subcriterion. The individual marks given will be
weighted as described as stated under item b). The final points to be awarded for the technical
part of the tender offer (maximum 60 points) will be calculated following the weighting of the
marks given for subcriteria.

b) Weighting of the technical evaluation criteria and double threshold

  Only tenders that have reached both a minimum of 70 % of the total points (i.e. minimum 42
  points) and the minimum score indicated under each subcriterion will be taken into
  consideration for awarding the contract (double threshold).
  The qualitative criteria will be weighted as follows:

         IV.3.1. Technical evaluation criteria

        Each tender will be evaluated on the following technical evaluation criteria:

               Overall project management;
               Project management approach regarding A-Services;
               Performance of A-Services;
               Staffing and team organisation to perform A-Services;
               Management and performance of B-Services;
               Structure, coherence and clarity of the tender offer.


         IV.3.2. Overall project management

        Under this item, it will be evaluated how the tenderer intends to coordinate his project
        team in accordance with the requirements and the profiles.

             Project Management                           Mark                Weighting in
                                                                              %         (=
                                                                              maximum
                                                                              points to be
                                                                              awarded)

             Matching of proposed project                 0 – 20              3,00
             manager and deputy project manager
             with profiles and requirements as laid
             down in the specifications

             Overall      project     management          0 – 20              2,00
             approach

             Total                                                            5,00


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    Minimum points to be reached                                     3.00


 IV.3.3. Project Management regarding A-Services

Under this item, it will be evaluated how in general the tenderer proposes to manage the
different tasks necessary for the performance of A-Services to achieve the expected
quality of the Main Development Contractor. Moreover, it will be examined how the
tenderer evaluates and manages risks related to the project(s). Furthermore, the
Commission will scrutinize the tenderer's proposed tools to be used and methods to be
applied necessary for an efficient communication with the Commission (including
planning, attendance of meetings and ordering and acceptance of A-Services). Finally,
the tenderer's proposed security management and the availability of security cleared staff
will be assessed.

    Project Management                          Mark                 Weighting in
                                                                     %         (=
                                                                     maximum
                                                                     points to be
                                                                     awarded)

    Communication towards Commission            0 – 20               3,00

    Risk management                             0 – 20               2,00

    Quality management                          0 – 20               2,00

    Security management including the           0 – 20               3,00
    number of security cleared staff the
    tenderer provides for A-Services and
    B-Services

    Total                                                            10,00

    Minimum points to be reached                                     7,00



 IV.3.4. Performance of A-Services

Under this item, it will be evaluated how the tenderer intends to perform the A-Services
to reach the goal of the respective support deliverables.

    Performance of A-Services                   Mark              Weighting in %
                                                                  (=    maximum
                                                                  points to be
                                                                  awarded)

    Understanding of the objectives of          0 – 20            2,00
    the A-Services

    Approach and justification of the           0 – 20            4,00
    estimated effort to apply acceptance
    processes of the A-Services as
    described     in     the    technical
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    specifications

    Approach to manage multiple                0 – 20            4,00
    simultaneous assignments including
    organisation of A-Services request
    and delivery workflow

    Total:                                                       10,00

    Minimum points to be reached                                 7,00



 IV.3.5. Staffing and Team Organisation to perform A-Services

Under this item, the tenderer’s proposed staffing and team organisation for the
management and performance of the A-Services will be evaluated. The tenderer has to
describe for each project the roles and required profiles per role in the team. The
individual CV’s of the Support Contractor’s Project Team need to be included which
will allow the Commission Services to assess the coherence between the proposed CV’s
and the required profiles.

    Proposed team organisation              Mark                   Weighting in
                                                                  %          (=
                                                                  maximum
                                                                  points to be
                                                                  awarded)

    Team structure and organisation         0 – 20                2,00

    Matching proposed staff to carry        0 – 20                7,00
    out A-Services with the profiles
    and requirements as laid down in
    the specifications and their
    availability to participate in
    meetings at short (24 hours')
    notice

    Availability back-up staff for A-       0 - 20                5,00
    Services and their availability to
    participate in meeting at short (24
    hours') notice

    Total:                                                        14,00

    Minimum points to be reached                                  10,00



 IV.3.6. Management and Performance of B-Services

Under this item, it will be evaluated how the tenderer intends to manage and perform the
B-Services.


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             Management       and    Performance     of      Mark               Weighting
             B-Services                                                         in % (=
                                                                                maximum
                                                                                points to be
                                                                                awarded)

             Understanding of the objectives of part         0 – 20             6,00
             B and the way to handle requests for
             new assignments

             Approach      to   manage     multiple          0 – 20             6,00
             simultaneous assignments including
             organisation of B-Services request and
             delivery workflow

             Capacity to adapt to changing work              0 – 20             5,00
             volumes and circumstances

             Total:                                                             17,00

             Minimum points to be reached                                       12,00



         IV.3.7. Structure, Clarity and Coherence of the Tender Offer

        Under this item, the tender will be assessed by application of the following subcriteria:

             Structure, clarity and coherence of      Mark                    Weighting in
             the tender offer                                                %          (=
                                                                             maximum
                                                                             points to be
                                                                             awarded)

             Structure: use of required structure     0 – 20                 1,00

             Clarity of the tender offer              0 – 20                 1,00

             Coherence of the tender offer            0 – 20                 2,00

             Total:                                                          4,00

             Minimum points to be reached                                    3,00


   b) Financial criteria

The financial evaluation will be carried out on the basis of the total value composed of the total
price for A-Services and B-Services as to be given in Annex 10 (= sum of Field 1 and of Field
2).

The ratio for financial evaluation is as follows:

(Total budget value of acceptable tender with lowest financial offer): (sum of the price for A-
Services and B-Services) = Financial ratio of tender
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       This financial ratio will be multiplied by 40 to reach the total number of points that will be
       awarded to each tender for the financial evaluation.

            c)        Final evaluation

       The total number of points of the financial part of the tender and the total number of points of the
       technical part of the tender will be added to determine the final score of the tender.

       The tenders will be ranked in descending order on the basis of the final scores obtained. The
       contract will be awarded to the three tenderers whose tender have obtained the three highest final
       scores at the end of the final evaluation.

V.          INFORMATION FOR TENDERERS

            The Commission will inform tenderers of decisions reached concerning the award of the
            contract, including the grounds for any decision not to award a contract or to recommence the
            procedure.
            If a written request is received, the Commission will inform all rejected tenderers of the
            reasons for their rejection and all tenderers submitting an admissible tender of the
            characteristics and relative advantages of the selected tender and the name of the successful
            tenderer.
            However, certain information may be withheld where its release would impede law
            enforcement or otherwise be contrary to the public interest, or would prejudice the legitimate
            commercial interests of economic operators, public or private, or might prejudice fair
            competition between them.


VI.         ADMINISTRATIVE AND FINANCIAL PENALTIES

            Without prejudice to the application of penalties laid down in the contract, candidates or
            tenderers and contractors who have been found guilty of misrepresentation in supplying the
            information required by the contracting authority as a condition of participation in the
            procurement procedure or have failed to supply this information or have been declared to be
            in serious breach of their obligations under contracts covered by the European Union budget
            may be subject to administrative or financial penalties, in accordance with Article 96 of the
            Financial Regulation and Articles 133 and 134b of the Implementing Rules.4

VII.        ANNEXES

            Annex 1: Identification of the Tenderer
            Annex 2: Financial Identification
            Annex 3: Legal Entity Form
            Annex 4: Declaration by the Tenderer (relating to the exclusion criteria)
            Annex 5: Questionnaire on subcontracting
            Annex 6: Questionnaire on economic, financial, technical and professional capacity
            Annex 7: Project reference form
            Annex 8: Personnel identification and security clearance form
4
    Commission Regulation (EC, Euratom) n° 2342/2002 of 23 December 2002 laying down detailed rules for the implementation of Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002 on
       the Financial Regulation applicable to the general budget of the European Communities, OJ L 357 of 31 December 2002, p. 1, last amended by Commission Regulation (EC,
       Euratom) n° 478/2007 of 23 April 2007, OJ L 111 of 28 April 2007, p.1.


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Annex 9: Simplified balance sheet Form + profit & loss account Form
Annex 10: Financial Offer Forms
Annex 11: Technical Tender Specifications
               Part 1: Technical Specifications
               Part 2: Profile Description
               Part 3: Common Glossary and Acronyms
Annex 12: Framework Contract
Annex 13: Service Level Requirements




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                                                           ANNEX 1
                                           IDENTIFICATION OF THE TENDERER
     (Each service provider , including subcontractor(s) or any member of a consortium or grouping, must complete
                                            and sign this identification form)

                                          Call for tender HOME/2010/SIVI/FW-A/C203



                                                                   Identity

                           Name of the tenderer                          

                           Legal status of the tenderer                  

                           Date of registration                          

                           Country of registration                       

                           Registration number                           

                           VAT number                                    

                           Description of statutory social security      
                            cover (at the level of the Member State
                            of origin) and non-statutory cover
                            (supplementary professional indemnity
                            insurance)5

                                                                   Address

                           Address of registered office of tenderer      

                           Where appropriate, administrative             
                            address of tenderer for the purposes of
                            this invitation to tender

                                                               Contact Person
                           Surname:                                      
                           First name:
                           Title (e.g. Dr, Mr, Ms) :
                           Position (e.g. manager):
                           Telephone number:
                           Fax number:


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    For natural persons
                          E-mail address:
                                                                                         Legal Representatives
                          Names and function of legal                                                                  
                           representatives      and    of    other
                           representatives of the tenderer who are
                           authorised to sign contracts with third
                           parties

                              Declaration by an authorised representative of the organisation6

                          I, the undersigned, certify that the information given in this tender is correct and that the
                           tender is valid.

                          Surname:                                                                                      Signature:
                          First name:
                         

            All tenderers must provide proof of registration, as prescribed in their country of establishment,
             on one of the professional or trade registers or provide a declaration or certificate.

            If the tenderer is a natural person, he/she must provide a copy of the identity card/passport or
             driving licence and proof that he/she is covered by a social security scheme as a self-employed
             person.




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    This person must be included in the list of legal representatives; otherwise the signature on the tender will be invalidated.
                                              ANNEX 2

                   (to be completed by the tenderer and his or her financial institution)

The tenderer's attention is drawn to the fact that this document is a model and that a specific form for
each Member State is available at the following Internet address:
                           http://ec.europa.eu/budget/execution/ftiers_en.htm
                            FINANCIAL IDENTIFICATION



                                  ACCOUNT HOLDER
                    NAME



            ADDRESS



          TOWN/CITY                                              POSTCODE

            COUNTRY                             VAT NUMBER

 CONTACT PERSON

         TELEPHONE                                        FAX

              E - MAIL



                                          BANK
           BANK NAME



   BRANCH ADDRESS




            TOWN/CITY                                            POSTCODE

             COUNTRY

  ACCOUNT NUMBER

        IBAN (optional)


REMARKS :




BANK STAMP + SIGNATURE of BANK REPRESENTATIVE     DATE + SIGNATURE of ACCOUNT HOLDER :
(Both Obligatory)                                 (Obligatory)
                                              ANNEX 3
                                           Legal entity form

Complete the legal entity form, which should be accompanied by a number of supporting documents,
available on the Web site:

http://ec.europa.eu/budget/execution/legal_entities_en.htm

Please note that we can only accept either original documents or certified copies, which must be less than 6
months old.
In the case of a grouping, this form must only be provided by the person heading the project.
                                                                                      ANNEX 4

                                                           DECLARATION BY THE TENDERER

            Declaration of honour with respect to the Exclusion Criteria
                        and absence of conflict of interest
The undersigned [name of the signatory of this form, to be completed]:
……………………………………………………
       in his/her own name (if the economic operator is a natural person or in case of own
          declaration of a director or person with powers of representation, decision making or
          control over the economic operator7)
              or
       representing (if the economic operator is a legal person)


Official name in full (only for legal person): ……………………………………………………….

Official legal form (only for legal person): ………………………………………………………….

Official address in full: ………………………………………………………………………………

VAT registration number: …………………………

declares that the company or organisation that he/she represents:
a) is not bankrupt or being wound up, is not having its affairs administered by the courts, has not
   entered into an arrangement with creditors, has not suspended business activities, is not the subject
   of proceedings concerning those matters, and is not in any analogous situation arising from a similar
   procedure provided for in national legislation or regulations;
b) has not been convicted of an offence concerning professional conduct by a judgment which has the
   force of res judicata;
c) has not been guilty of grave professional misconduct proven by any means which the contracting
   authorities can justify;
d) has fulfilled all its obligations relating to the payment of social security contributions and the
   payment of taxes in accordance with the legal provisions of the country in which it is established,
   with those of the country of the contracting authority and those of the country where the contract is
   to be carried out;
e) has not been the subject of a judgement which has the force of res judicata for fraud, corruption,
   involvement in a criminal organisation or any other illegal activity detrimental to the financial
   interests of the Union;
f) is not a subject of the administrative penalty for being guilty of misrepresentation in supplying the
   information required by the contracting authority as a condition of participation in the procurement
   procedure or failing to supply an information, or being declared to be in serious breach of his
   obligation under contract covered by the budget.


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    To be used depending on the national legislation of the country in which the candidate or tenderer is established
In addition, the undersigned declares on their honour:

g) they have no conflict of interest in connection with the contract; a conflict of interest could arise in
   particular as a result of economic interests, political or national affinities, family or emotional ties or
   any other relevant connection or shared interest;
h) they will inform the contracting authority, without delay, of any situation considered a conflict of
   interest or which could give rise to a conflict of interest;
i) they have not made and will not make any offer of any type whatsoever from which an advantage can
   be derived under the contract;
j) they have not granted and will not grant, have not sought and will not seek, have not attempted and
   will not attempt to obtain, and have not accepted and will not accept any advantage, financial or in
   kind, to or from any party whatsoever, constituting an illegal practice or involving corruption, either
   directly or indirectly, as an incentive or reward relating to award of the contract;
k) that the information provided to the Commission within the context of this invitation to tender is
   accurate, sincere and complete.
l) that in case of award of contract, they shall provide the evidence that they are not in any of the
   situations described in points a, b, d, e above8.
          For situations described in (a), (b) and (e), production of a recent extract from the judicial record is
          required or, failing that, a recent equivalent document issued by a judicial or administrative authority in the
          country of origin or provenance showing that those requirements are satisfied. Where the Tenderer is a legal
          person and the national legislation of the country in which the Tenderer is established does not allow the
          provision of such documents for legal persons, the documents should be provided for natural persons, such
          as the company directors or any person with powers of representation, decision making or control in
          relation to the Tenderer.
          For the situation described in point (d) above, recent certificates or letters issued by the competent
          authorities of the State concerned are required. These documents must provide evidence covering all taxes
          and social security contributions for which the Tenderer is liable, including for example, VAT, income tax
          (natural persons only), company tax (legal persons only) and social security contributions.
          For any of the situations (a), (b), (d) or (e), where any document described in two paragraphs above is not
          issued in the country concerned, it may be replaced by a sworn or, failing that, a solemn statement made by
          the interested party before a judicial or administrative authority, a notary or a qualified professional body in
          his country of origin or provenance.]


By signing this form, the undersigned acknowledges that they have been acquainted with the
administrative and financial penalties described under art 133 and 134 b of the Implementing Rules
(Commission Regulation 2342/2002 of 23/12/02), which may be applied if any of the declarations or
information provided prove to be false.




Full name                                                    Date                                     Signature




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    Mandatory for contracts of value above €133 000 only. The contracting authority can nevertheless request such evidence for contracts with a lower value.
                                             ANNEX 5
                                Questionnaire on subcontracting

Fields 1 and 2 of this questionnaire are mandatory and must be filled in by every tenderer

                                                         Response

 1.   Name of the
      tenderer
                                YES/NO
 2.   Does your tender
      provide for sub-
      contracting?

            Only if the answer to question 2 is YES, answer questions 3 to 6.
                       Use one form per envisaged subcontractor.

 3.   Reasons for sub-
      contracting




 4.   Proposed sub-
      contractor:

 Company name:

 Registered address:


 Contact Person:

 Telephone number:

 Fax number:

 E-mail address:
5.   Envisaged role of
     the subcontractor
     and expected overall
     volume to be sub-
     contracted (in € or
     percentage):




6.   Envisaged activities
     to be carried out by
     the subcontractor:
                                         ANNEX 6
    Questionnaire on Economic, Financial, Technical and Professional Capacity

Reference     Economic and financial capacity           Brief response / attached
number                                                  reference documents
                                                        YES/NO (mandatory)
1             Have you provided a brief
              description of your economic
              activity relating to the services
              involved in this call for tender?
              Please note that your business
              activity must be relevant, both in type
              and volume.
                                                        YES/NO (mandatory)
2             Have you provided the balance
              sheets and results for the past three
              financial years?
                                                        YES/NO (mandatory)
3             Have you provided the interim
              accounts for the quarter preceding
              that in which the call for tender was
              published?

                                                        YES/NO (mandatory)
4             Have you provided evidence of the
              turnover relating to the services
              involved in this call for tender you
              carried out over the past three years?
              Please note that the annual turnover
              over the past three years related to
              services must be at least 10.000.000
              EUR.
                                                        YES/NO (mandatory)
5             Have you provided evidence of
              professional risk    indemnity
              insurance?
Reference   Technical and professional capacity        Brief response / attached
number                                                 reference documents
                                                       YES/NO (mandatory)
1           Have you provided a list and
            description of projects, as of 2005,
            you completed or have been working
            on in the field of this call for tender,
            especially those carried out in an
            international    environment,       with
            English as the working language and
            with 2 contacts for each project
            identified and referring to the applied
            method of quality assurance activities
            to ensure that the end result will be of
            high quality?

            If you want to refer to projects you
            have carried out in the past, use the
            project reference form (Annex 7).
2           Have you provided a list and               YES/NO (mandatory)
            description of projects, as of 2005,
            you completed or have been working
            on in assisting and providing quality
            assurance to multi-faceted projects
            with dependencies on other projects
            with 2 contacts for each project
            identified?

            If you want to refer to projects you
            have carried out in the past, use the
            project reference form (Annex 7).
                                                       YES/NO (mandatory)
3           Have you provided information about
            the number of staff per profile with
            relevant skills and experience and
            their availability for this project and
            to participate in meeting at short (24
            hours') notice?
                                                       YES/NO (mandatory)
4           Have you provided information about
            your human resources policy
            (confidentiality,           suitability,
            replacement of personnel procedures,
            measures to ensure knowledge
            transfer in case of replacement,
            number of staff who have security
            vetting up to and including EU Secret
            level issued by the national
            authorities)?
5    Have you provided information that        YES/NO (mandatory)
     the proposed team members are
     capable to work in English and to
     produce reports/ and other documents
     in English?

                                               YES/NO (mandatory)
6    Have you provided proof of your
     knowledge of and experience with IT
     project management?
     If you want to refer to projects you
     have carried out in the past, use the
     project reference form (Annex 7).

                                               YES/NO (mandatory)
7    Have you provided proof of your
     knowledge of and experience with
     risk management?
     If you want to refer to projects you
     have carried out in the past, use the
     project reference form (Annex 7).
                                               YES/NO (mandatory)
8    Have you provided proof of your
     knowledge of and experience with
     quality       assurance        (service
     organisation, quality plan, practice in
     the area of the project and audit of IT
     systems)?
     If you want to refer to projects you
     have carried out in the past, use the
     project reference form (Annex 7).
                                               YES/NO (mandatory)
9    Have you provided proof of your
     knowledge of and experience with
     reviewing     IT-    proposals    and
     architectures on large-scale IT
     systems?
     If you want to refer to projects you
     have carried out in the past, use the
     project reference form (Annex 7).
                                               YES/NO (mandatory)
10   Have you provided proof of your
     knowledge of and experience with IT
     security (PKI, network security,
     protection profiles…)?
     If you want to refer to projects you
     have carried out in the past, use the
     project reference form (Annex 7).
                                             YES/NO (mandatory)
11   Have you provided proof of your
     knowledge of and experience with
     business continuity systems?
     If you want to refer to projects you
     have carried out in the past, use the
     project reference form (Annex 7).
                                             YES/NO (mandatory)
12   Have you provided proof of your
     knowledge of and experience with
     end users training, documentation and
     procedures?
     If you want to refer to projects you
     have carried out in the past, use the
     project reference form (Annex 7).
                                             YES/NO (mandatory)
13   Have you provided proof of your
     knowledge of and experience with
     acceptance and testing of IT systems?
     If you want to refer to projects you
     have carried out in the past, use the
     project reference form (Annex 7).
                                             YES/NO (mandatory)
14   Have you provided proof of your
     knowledge of and experience with
     deployment of trans-national IT
     systems?
     If you want to refer to projects you
     have carried out in the past, use the
     project reference form (Annex 7).
                                             YES/NO (mandatory)
15   Have you provided proof of your
     knowledge of and experience with
     change management?
     If you want to refer to projects you
     have carried out in the past, use the
     project reference form (Annex 7).
                                             YES/NO (mandatory)
16   Have you provided proof of your
     knowledge of and experience with
     elaboration of IT service level
     agreements?
     If you want to refer to projects you
     have carried out in the past, use the
     project reference form (Annex 7).
                                             YES/NO (mandatory)
17   Have you provided proof of your
     knowledge of and experience with
     biometrics?
     If you want to refer to projects you
     have carried out in the past, use the
     project reference form (Annex 7).
                                             YES/NO (mandatory)
18   Have you provided proof of your
     knowledge of and experience with
     chip technology (smart cards, RFID
     chips, readers…)?
     If you want to refer to projects you
     have carried out in the past, use the
     project reference form (Annex 7).



                                             YES/NO (mandatory)
19   Have you provided proof of your
     knowledge of and experience with
     design and development of IT-
     systems?
     If you want to refer to projects you
     have carried out in the past, use the
     project reference form (Annex 7).



20   Do you accept the Service Level         YES/NO (mandatory)
     Requirements (Annex 13)?
                                            ANNEX 7
                                       Project Reference Form

 1. Project reference

Project name:



Start date (mm/yy):



End date (mm/yy):

Client name:



Contact person 1:                                         Tel.:


Contact person 2:                                         Tel.:



Project type (development, support, maintenance, etc.):
Budget range for candidate's part of the project:
   < 10 Mio. €
   10 - 30 Mio. €
   > 30 Mio. €
Principal contractor for this project (check the appropriate):
   Candidate:
   other:


Principal location for this project:
   Candidate's premises
   Client's premises
   other:

Indicate projects carried out in an international environment in the area of the services to
be purchased with English as working language and/or quality assurance to multi-
faceted projects with dependicies on other projects and give details in the “comments
column” on the environment and working language. Do not mention projects which started
before 1 January 2005.
Indicate the number of your own technical staff involved in man-days per year, overall and
by profile. Indicate in the “comments column” if there were any staff changes, and how many
occurred during the project.
                                          befor   2007   2008   2009   Comments (environment,
                                          e                            working language, staff
Project Manager:                          2007                         changes, etc.)
IT Architect:
Business Consultant:
Senior Analyst:
Senior Analyst-Programmer:
Senior System-Designer:
Analyst Programmer:
Programmer:
Information System Administrator (DBA):
Information Systems Support Person
(Senior):
Information Systems Support Person
(Junior):
End User Documentation Author:
Information Systems Trainer:
Business Contiguity System Architect:
Network Architect:
Network Consultant:
Biometrics Consultant:
Hardware Sizing Specialist:
Security Expert:
Testing Expert:
Quality Assurance Expert:
Other:




 2. Project involvement

Methodologies involved:



Operating systems involved:


Software involved:
Security (PKI) and other specific facilities / standards involved:



Operational man-power requirements (system, data, security, communication related):



Operational infrastructure requirements (machine, processor, disk space, network related):
 3. Project Description

Description of the project:
a) General:




b) Development:




c) Operating (system, database, communication, security):




d) Helpdesk, support, training and other tasks (ongoing):



e) Hardware (if delivered in the project):
                                                      ANNEX 8
                       Personnel Identification and Security Clearance Form

  Form to be filled in per person of tenderer staff (tenderer staff = all staff including consortium
  member and sub-contractor(s) staff)



                                  Personnel Identification and Security Sheet
 PERSONAL INFORMATION

                             Name       [ SURNAME, other name(s) ]
                         Company        [NAME, Street name, Postcode, City, Country ]
                        Telephone
                            E-mail

                       Nationality

                     Date of birth      [ Day, month, year ]

              RECENT WORK
                  EXPERIENCE
                       (last 5 years)

              • Dates (from – to)       [Add separate entries for each relevant post occupied, starting with the most recent. ]
• Name and address of employer
     • Type of business or sector
   • Occupation or position held
            • Main activities and
                 responsibilities


   RELEVANT EDUCATION
                AND TRAINING

               • Dates (from – to)      [Add separate entries for each relevant course you have completed, starting with the
                                        most recent.]
• Name and type of organization
providing education and training
• Principal subjects/occupational
                      skills covered
  • Title of qualification awarded
• Level in national classification
                    (if appropriate)



    SECURITY CLEARANCE

                         • Issued by
                     • Issuing date
                       • Valid until
     •Highest security level of the
                         clearance
              • Reference number             [if available on the clearance]



            PERSONAL SKILLS
           AND COMPETENCES
    Acquired in the course of life and
career but not necessarily covered by
    formal certificates and diplomas.


               MOTHER TONGUE                 [ Specify mother tongue ]

             OTHER LANGUAGES
                                             [ For each Language Specify language ]

                    • Reading skills         [Indicate level: excellent, good, basic.]
                     • Writing skills        [Indicate level: excellent, good, basic.]
                      • Verbal skills        [Indicate level: excellent, good, basic.]
Excellent: you have a firm command of the language which enables you to communicate effectively (you are able to understand the
spoken and written language and to speak and write yourself) in an international occupational context;
Good: you are able a) to understand and formulate work-related messages (telephone calls, notes, etc.), using a dictionary if necessary; b)
to take part in a general conversation, using simple syntax, and to express an opinion; and c) to cope independently with everyday
situations when travelling in the country (or countries) where the language is used;
Basic: you are able to express yourself in basic communication situations (e.g., messages, notes or instructions); to grasp simple written
messages, and to cope independently at a minimal level in a linguistic situation.

   ORGANIZATIONAL SKILLS                     [Describe these competences and indicate where they were acquired. ]
            AND COMPETENCES
 Coordination and administration of
     people, projects and budgets; at
work, in voluntary work (for example
culture and sports) and at home, etc.

            TECHNICAL SKILLS                 [Describe these competences and indicate where they were acquired. ]
            AND COMPETENCES
    With computers, specific kinds of
          equipment, machinery, etc.



   OTHER RELEVANT SKILLS                     [Competences not mentioned above but relevant to the project
                                             Describe these competences and indicate where they were acquired.]
            AND COMPETENCES
                                     .
                                    ANNEX 9


                       SIMPLIFIED BALANCE SHEET
Total value of contract
EC pre-financing / EC intermediary payments
Duration of contract (in years)




                                                      Currency ….
                                                      Unit     ….

                                                       Year
                                              N         N-1       N-2

Assets
Fixed assets (a)

Current assets (b = c+d+e)                        0           0         0
of which:
Stocks ( c)
Cash (d)
Other current assets( e)



Total assets (A = a+b)                            0           0         0



Liabilities (B=f+g)                               0           0         0
of which,
Short term liabilities (f)
Long term liabilities (g)



Net assets (Own Funds) (C= A-B)                   0           0         0




Name of the tenderer

Legal representative' s name

Signature
                                   Annex 9


            SIMPLIFIED PROFIT & LOSS ACCOUNT


                                                     Currency ….
                                                     Unit     ….

                                                      Year
                                             N         N-1         N-2

Operating income

Operating expenses



Gross operating profit/loss                      0           0           0

depreciation

Net operating profit/loss                        0           0           0

Financial income
Financial expenses

Profit/Loss on ordinary activity                 0           0           0

19. Extraordinary income
Extraordinary expenses
20. Profit tax



21. Profit/Loss for the financial year           0           0           0




Name of the tenderer

Legal representative' s name

Signature
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