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Date de publication : 13/10/2021
Date de péremption : 10/11/2021
Type de procédure : Procédure concurrentielle avec négociation
Type de document : Avis de marché
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2021/S 199-519342  (Source TED)
 
 
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TX: 13/10/2021 S199 Allemagne-Eschborn: Services de conseil en dÈveloppement 2021/S 199-519342 Avis de marchÈ Services
 
 
Section I: Pouvoir adjudicateur
I.1) Nom et adresses Nom officiel: Deutsche Gesellschaft f¸r Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH Adresse postale: Dag-Hammarskj^ld-Weg 1 - 5 Ville: Eschborn Code NUTS: DE71A Main-Taunus-Kreis Code postal: 65760 Pays: Allemagne Courriel: vergabe@bho-legal.com TÈlÈphone: +49 2212709560 Fax: +49 221270956222 Adresse(s) internet:
Adresse principale: https://www.giz.de
I.3) Communication
Les documents du marchÈ sont disponibles gratuitement en accËs direct non restreint et complet, l'adresse: https://ausschreibungen.giz.de/Satellite/notice/CXTRYY6YNE9/documents Adresse laquelle des informations complÈmentaires peuvent Ítre obtenues: le ou les point(s) de contact susmentionnÈ(s)
Les offres ou les demandes de participation doivent Ítre envoyÈes par voie Èlectronique via: https://ausschreibungen.giz.de/Satellite/notice/CXTRYY6YNE9
I.4) Type de pouvoir adjudicateur Autre type: Legal person governed by private law (gemeinn¸tzige GmbH) wholly owned by the Federal Republic of Germany
I.5) ActivitÈ principale Autre activitÈ: International Development Cooperation
 
 
Section II: Objet
II.1) ...tendue du marchÈ
II.1.1) IntitulÈ:
81276037-COVID-19 emergency support to conservancies in Maasai Mara region NumÈro de rÈfÈrence: 81276037
II.1.2) Code CPV principal 73220000 Services de conseil en dÈveloppement
II.1.3) Type de marchÈ Services
II.1.4) Description succincte:
The project COVID-19 emergency support to wildlife conservancies of the Maasai Mara region, Kenya contributes to integrated landscape protection in southern Kenya. The Maasai Mara ecosystem is home to around a quarter of Kenya"s entire wildlife population and is world-renowned as one of the most important destinations for safari tourism. Some 70% of the animals live outside the Maasai Mara National Reserve (MMNR) protected by the state. Conservation-based management of the neighbouring land, that is the property of local landowners, is crucial to national reserve and integrity of the ecosystem. The landowners on the periphery of the MMNR in Narok County therefore came together and introduced a conservation-based form of land use: they voluntarily offered their individual plots of land to form 16 wildlife conservancies. The project provides COVID-19 emergency and recovery support to the 16 wildlife conservancies in the Maasai Mara region, which are not only one of the mainstays of Kenya"s tourism industry but are also particularly vulnerable. Funds from the COVID-19 emergency support project will stabilize the income of the Maasai communities, whose survival is largely dependent on income from the tourism sector and the lease payments to landowners that are financed through tourism. The project objective is that wildlife conservancies as a land-use model in the Maasai Mara region emerge from COVID-19 crisis more sustainable, resilient and representative than before. The project has four outputs: (i) the income of the conservancy bodies during the COVID-19 pandemic is stabilised (short-term emergency support), (ii) the conservancies" capacities for good governance are strengthened, (iii) the conservancy business model is improved for their post-COVID-19 recovery, and (iv) State institutions at subnational (county) and national level are strengthened in fulfilling their mandate to support conservancies.
II.1.5) Valeur totale estimÈe
II.1.6) Information sur les lots Ce marchÈ est divisÈ en lots: non
II.2) Description
II.2.2) Code(s) CPV additionnel(s) 71313000 Services de conseil en ingÈnierie de l'environnement 79411100 Services de conseil en dÈveloppement des entreprises 92534000 Services de prÈservation de la vie sauvage 98910000 Services spÈcifiques aux organisations et aux organismes internationaux
II.2.3) Lieu d'exÈcution Code NUTS: KE Kenya Lieu principal d'exÈcution:
00000 Kenya
II.2.4) Description des prestations:
The project COVID-19 emergency support to wildlife conservancies of the Maasai Mara region, Kenya supports the Ministry of Tourism and Wildlife (MoTW) in the implementation of the Kenyan Wildlife Policy 2020. The target group of the project is the 14,500 landowners who are part of the Maasai people and have made their land (or part of the land) available to form 16 wildlife conservancies in the areas surrounding the Maasai Mara National Reserve (MMNR) managed by Narok County. The business model for conservancies is primarily based on income from tourism generated through cooperation with private tourism companies. This income is used to cover the operational costs of wildlife protection and the lease payments to the various landowners, which make up a large part of their livelihood. The wildlife conservancy model includes co-use of the areas for extensive and sustainable livestock farming (enshrined in management plans) and is therefore compatible with the traditional pastoralist land use practised by the Maasai people in the region. In 2013, the conservancies formed a regional umbrella organization, Maasai Mara Wildlife Conservancies association (MMWCA), which in-turn is a member of the Kenya Conservancies Association (KWCA), the national umbrella organization. With the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, Kenya"s tourism industry has been brought to a standstill since March 2020 resulting in severe financial losses for the conservancies. The umbrella organization MMWCA has set up a crisis group with involvement of various private donors and developed a COVID-19 crisis response strategy in order to support its member conservancies. This is based on (i) a Conservancy Operations Fund (OPEX) which provides subsidies to cover the minimum operational costs in the conservancies tied to conditions for strengthening governance, and (ii) a Lease Relief Fund, which provides the most advanced wildlife conservancies qualifying for loans with loan-based financing to cover 25% of the loss of lease income. The project supports MMWCA through a grant agreement in order to absorb losses in lease payments and maintain operations in selected conservancies. As part of this support and the advisory services provided to the MoTW different short-term experts are requested by the contractor. The contractor is required to provide four international short-term experts to offer expertise and advisory services to the project and partners on: (i) Organisational Development and Gender: directed to MMWCA and its member conservancies to support the implementation of governance improvement plans and the MMWCA gender strategy; (ii) Business Development and Income Diversification: development of strategies for the diversification of income opportunities of wildlife conservancies in the Maasai Mara. (iii) Conservation Policy and Finance, incl. Funds Management: provision of advice on the set-up of the Wildlife Conservation Trust Fund run by the Ministry of Tourism and Wildlife (MoTW), taking into consideration of other funds established to cushion future shocks and strengthen resilience of conservancies; (iv) Carbon markets in landscape management: Preparation of a feasibility study and developing a concept on setting-up a carbon credit scheme for the conservancies of the greater Mara region. In addition, the contractor is required to provide the project with two pools of (i.) national/regional and (ii.) international short-term experts. Based on needs and requirements identified during project implementation, the project will prepare terms of references for each of the requested consultancy assignments. The contractor is responsible for the selection and identification of suitable international and regional/national short-term consultants. The pools of experts comprise of expertise in the following areas: organisational development, gender, youth employment, human rights and safeguards, tourism development, wildlife conservation and spatial planning, monitoring and evaluation, communication and campaigning, business development and income diversification, carbon market and others. More detailed information can be found in the terms of reference for this tender.
II.2.5) CritËres díattribution
Le prix n'est pas le seul critËre d'attribution et tous les critËres sont ÈnoncÈs uniquement dans les documents du marchÈ
II.2.6) Valeur estimÈe
II.2.7) DurÈe du marchÈ, de l'accord-cadre ou du systËme d'acquisition dynamique DÈbut: 01/04/2022 Fin: 31/03/2023 Ce marchÈ peut faire l'objet d'une reconduction: oui Description des modalitÈs ou du calendrier des reconductions:
GIZ may optionally commission contract amendments and/or increases based on the criteria in the tender documents to the successful bidder of this tender. For details, please see the terms of reference.
II.2.9) Informations sur les limites concernant le nombre de candidats invitÈs participer Nombre minimal envisagÈ: 3 Nombre maximal: 5 CritËres objectifs de limitation du nombre de candidats:
A selection will be made under all eligible participants based on the following criteria:
   1.  Technical experience (80%) - Carbon Markets and Finance in the context of Conservation (20%) - Organisational Development and Change Management (15%) - Business Development and income diversification in wildlife conservation (15%) - Conservation financing and fund management (15%) - Gender mainstreaming and strategy development (15%)
   2.  Regional experience in Eastern Africa (10%)
   3.  Experience of development projects (at least 50% ODA-financed) (10%)
II.2.10) Variantes
Des variantes seront prises en considÈration: non
II.2.11) Information sur les options Options: oui Description des options:
GIZ may optionally commission contract amendments and/or increases based on the criteria in the tender documents to the successful bidder of this tender. For details, please see the terms of reference.
II.2.13) Information sur les fonds de l'Union europÈenne
Le contrat s'inscrit dans un projet/programme financÈ par des fonds de l'Union europÈenne: non
II.2.14) Informations complÈmentaires
 
 
Section III: Renseignements díordre juridique, Èconomique, financier et technique
III.1)
 
 
Conditions de participation
III.1.1) Habilitation exercer l'activitÈ professionnelle, y compris exigences relatives l'inscription au registre du commerce ou de la profession Liste et description succincte des conditions:
 
1.Trading name and address, commercial register number.
   2.  Eligibility declaration that no grounds for exclusion in Section 123, 124 of the German Act Against Restraints of Competition (GWB) apply.
   3.  Eligibility declaration subcontractors if applicable.
   4.  Association clause if applicable.
III.1.2) CapacitÈ Èconomique et financiËre Liste et description succincte des critËres de sÈlection:
Average annual turnover for the last three years (last-but-four financial year can be included in case of tenders held within 6 months of end of last financial year)
   2.  Average number of employees and managers in the last three calendar years Niveau(x) spÈcifique(s) minimal/minimaux exigÈ(s)
:

Average annual turnover for the last three years (last-but-four financial year can be included in case of tenders held within 6 months of end of last financial year), at least: 1,000,000.00 EUR
   2.  Average number of employees and managers in the last three calendar years, at least 15 persons
III.1.3) CapacitÈ technique et professionnelle Liste et description succincte des critËres de sÈlection:
The technical assessment is only based on reference projects with a minimum commission value of 250,000.00 EUR.
   2.  At least 5 reference projects in the technical field Wildlife Conservation and organisational development and at least 3 reference projects in the region Eastern Africa in the last 3 years Niveau(x) spÈcifique(s) minimal/minimaux exigÈ(s)
:

The technical assessment is only based on reference projects with a minimum commission value of 250,000.00 EUR.
   2.  At least 5 reference projects in the technical field Wildlife Conservation and organisational development and at least 3 reference projects in the region Eastern Africa in the last 3 years
III.2) Conditions liÈes au marchÈ
III.2.3) Informations sur les membres du personnel responsables de l'exÈcution du marchÈ Obligation d'indiquer les noms et qualifications professionnelles des membres du personnel chargÈs de l'exÈcution du marchÈ
 
 
Section IV: ProcÈdure
IV.1) Description
IV.1.1) Type de procÈdure ProcÈdure concurrentielle avec nÈgociation
IV.1.3) Information sur l'accord-cadre ou le systËme d'acquisition dynamique
IV.1.4) Informations sur la rÈduction du nombre de solutions ou d'offres durant la nÈgociation ou le dialogue Recours une procÈdure se dÈroulant en phases successives afin de rÈduire progressivement le nombre des solutions discuter ou des offres nÈgocier
IV.1.5) Informations sur la nÈgociation
Le pouvoir adjudicateur se rÈserve le droit d'attribuer le marchÈ sur la base des offres initiales sans mener de nÈgociations
IV.1.8) Information concernant líaccord sur les marchÈs publics (AMP)
Le marchÈ est couvert par l'accord sur les marchÈs publics: oui
IV.2) Renseignements d'ordre administratif
IV.2.2) Date limite de rÈception des offres ou des demandes de participation Date: 10/11/2021 Heure locale: 12:00
IV.2.3) Date díenvoi estimÈe des invitations soumissionner ou participer aux candidats sÈlectionnÈs Date: 30/11/2021
IV.2.4) Langue(s) pouvant Ítre utilisÈe(s) dans l'offre ou la demande de participation:
anglais
 
 
Section VI: Renseignements complÈmentaires
VI.1) Renouvellement Il s'agit d'un marchÈ renouvelable: non
VI.2) Informations sur les Èchanges Èlectroniques La commande en ligne sera utilisÈe
VI.3) Informations complÈmentaires:
The communication takes place exclusively via the project area of the portal. Bekanntmachungs-ID: CXTRYY6YNE9
VI.4) ProcÈdures de recours
VI.4.1) Instance chargÈe des procÈdures de recours Nom officiel: Die Vergabekammern des Bundes Adresse postale: Villemombler Stra 13/10/2021 S199 Allemagne-Eschborn: Services de conseil en développement 2021/S 199-519342 Avis de marché Services
 
 
Section I: Pouvoir adjudicateur
I.1) Nom et adresses Nom officiel: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH Adresse postale: Dag-Hammarskjöld-Weg 1 - 5 Ville: Eschborn Code NUTS: DE71A Main-Taunus-Kreis Code postal: 65760 Pays: Allemagne Courriel: vergabe@bho-legal.com Téléphone: +49 2212709560 Fax: +49 221270956222 Adresse(s) internet:
Adresse principale: https://www.giz.de
I.3) Communication
Les documents du marché sont disponibles gratuitement en accès direct non restreint et complet, à l'adresse: https://ausschreibungen.giz.de/Satellite/notice/CXTRYY6YNE9/documents Adresse à laquelle des informations complémentaires peuvent être obtenues: le ou les point(s) de contact susmentionné(s)
Les offres ou les demandes de participation doivent être envoyées par voie électronique via: https://ausschreibungen.giz.de/Satellite/notice/CXTRYY6YNE9
I.4) Type de pouvoir adjudicateur Autre type: Legal person governed by private law (gemeinnützige GmbH) wholly owned by the Federal Republic of Germany
I.5) Activité principale Autre activité: International Development Cooperation
 
 
Section II: Objet
II.1) Étendue du marché
II.1.1) Intitulé:
81276037-COVID-19 emergency support to conservancies in Maasai Mara region Numéro de référence: 81276037
II.1.2) Code CPV principal 73220000 Services de conseil en développement
II.1.3) Type de marché Services
II.1.4) Description succincte:
The project COVID-19 emergency support to wildlife conservancies of the Maasai Mara region, Kenya contributes to integrated landscape protection in southern Kenya. The Maasai Mara ecosystem is home to around a quarter of Kenya"s entire wildlife population and is world-renowned as one of the most important destinations for safari tourism. Some 70% of the animals live outside the Maasai Mara National Reserve (MMNR) protected by the state. Conservation-based management of the neighbouring land, that is the property of local landowners, is crucial to national reserve and integrity of the ecosystem. The landowners on the periphery of the MMNR in Narok County therefore came together and introduced a conservation-based form of land use: they voluntarily offered their individual plots of land to form 16 wildlife conservancies. The project provides COVID-19 emergency and recovery support to the 16 wildlife conservancies in the Maasai Mara region, which are not only one of the mainstays of Kenya"s tourism industry but are also particularly vulnerable. Funds from the COVID-19 emergency support project will stabilize the income of the Maasai communities, whose survival is largely dependent on income from the tourism sector and the lease payments to landowners that are financed through tourism. The project objective is that wildlife conservancies as a land-use model in the Maasai Mara region emerge from COVID-19 crisis more sustainable, resilient and representative than before. The project has four outputs: (i) the income of the conservancy bodies during the COVID-19 pandemic is stabilised (short-term emergency support), (ii) the conservancies" capacities for good governance are strengthened, (iii) the conservancy business model is improved for their post-COVID-19 recovery, and (iv) State institutions at subnational (county) and national level are strengthened in fulfilling their mandate to support conservancies.
II.1.5) Valeur totale estimée
II.1.6) Information sur les lots Ce marché est divisé en lots: non
II.2) Description
II.2.2) Code(s) CPV additionnel(s) 71313000 Services de conseil en ingénierie de l'environnement 79411100 Services de conseil en développement des entreprises 92534000 Services de préservation de la vie sauvage 98910000 Services spécifiques aux organisations et aux organismes internationaux
II.2.3) Lieu d'exécution Code NUTS: KE Kenya Lieu principal d'exécution:
00000 Kenya
II.2.4) Description des prestations:
The project COVID-19 emergency support to wildlife conservancies of the Maasai Mara region, Kenya supports the Ministry of Tourism and Wildlife (MoTW) in the implementation of the Kenyan Wildlife Policy 2020. The target group of the project is the 14,500 landowners who are part of the Maasai people and have made their land (or part of the land) available to form 16 wildlife conservancies in the areas surrounding the Maasai Mara National Reserve (MMNR) managed by Narok County. The business model for conservancies is primarily based on income from tourism generated through cooperation with private tourism companies. This income is used to cover the operational costs of wildlife protection and the lease payments to the various landowners, which make up a large part of their livelihood. The wildlife conservancy model includes co-use of the areas for extensive and sustainable livestock farming (enshrined in management plans) and is therefore compatible with the traditional pastoralist land use practised by the Maasai people in the region. In 2013, the conservancies formed a regional umbrella organization, Maasai Mara Wildlife Conservancies association (MMWCA), which in-turn is a member of the Kenya Conservancies Association (KWCA), the national umbrella organization. With the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, Kenya"s tourism industry has been brought to a standstill since March 2020 resulting in severe financial losses for the conservancies. The umbrella organization MMWCA has set up a crisis group with involvement of various private donors and developed a COVID-19 crisis response strategy in order to support its member conservancies. This is based on (i) a Conservancy Operations Fund (OPEX) which provides subsidies to cover the minimum operational costs in the conservancies tied to conditions for strengthening governance, and (ii) a Lease Relief Fund, which provides the most advanced wildlife conservancies qualifying for loans with loan-based financing to cover 25% of the loss of lease income. The project supports MMWCA through a grant agreement in order to absorb losses in lease payments and maintain operations in selected conservancies. As part of this support and the advisory services provided to the MoTW different short-term experts are requested by the contractor. The contractor is required to provide four international short-term experts to offer expertise and advisory services to the project and partners on: (i) Organisational Development and Gender: directed to MMWCA and its member conservancies to support the implementation of governance improvement plans and the MMWCA gender strategy; (ii) Business Development and Income Diversification: development of strategies for the diversification of income opportunities of wildlife conservancies in the Maasai Mara. (iii) Conservation Policy and Finance, incl. Funds Management: provision of advice on the set-up of the Wildlife Conservation Trust Fund run by the Ministry of Tourism and Wildlife (MoTW), taking into consideration of other funds established to cushion future shocks and strengthen resilience of conservancies; (iv) Carbon markets in landscape management: Preparation of a feasibility study and developing a concept on setting-up a carbon credit scheme for the conservancies of the greater Mara region. In addition, the contractor is required to provide the project with two pools of (i.) national/regional and (ii.) international short-term experts. Based on needs and requirements identified during project implementation, the project will prepare terms of references for each of the requested consultancy assignments. The contractor is responsible for the selection and identification of suitable international and regional/national short-term consultants. The pools of experts comprise of expertise in the following areas: organisational development, gender, youth employment, human rights and safeguards, tourism development, wildlife conservation and spatial planning, monitoring and evaluation, communication and campaigning, business development and income diversification, carbon market and others. More detailed information can be found in the terms of reference for this tender.
II.2.5) Critères d'attribution
Le prix n'est pas le seul critère d'attribution et tous les critères sont énoncés uniquement dans les documents du marché
II.2.6) Valeur estimée
II.2.7) Durée du marché, de l'accord-cadre ou du système d'acquisition dynamique Début: 01/04/2022 Fin: 31/03/2023 Ce marché peut faire l'objet d'une reconduction: oui Description des modalités ou du calendrier des reconductions:
GIZ may optionally commission contract amendments and/or increases based on the criteria in the tender documents to the successful bidder of this tender. For details, please see the terms of reference.
II.2.9) Informations sur les limites concernant le nombre de candidats invités à participer Nombre minimal envisagé: 3 Nombre maximal: 5 Critères objectifs de limitation du nombre de candidats:
A selection will be made under all eligible participants based on the following criteria:
   1.  Technical experience (80%) - Carbon Markets and Finance in the context of Conservation (20%) - Organisational Development and Change Management (15%) - Business Development and income diversification in wildlife conservation (15%) - Conservation financing and fund management (15%) - Gender mainstreaming and strategy development (15%)
   2.  Regional experience in Eastern Africa (10%)
   3.  Experience of development projects (at least 50% ODA-financed) (10%)
II.2.10) Variantes
Des variantes seront prises en considération: non
II.2.11) Information sur les options Options: oui Description des options:
GIZ may optionally commission contract amendments and/or increases based on the criteria in the tender documents to the successful bidder of this tender. For details, please see the terms of reference.
II.2.13) Information sur les fonds de l'Union européenne
Le contrat s'inscrit dans un projet/programme financé par des fonds de l'Union européenne: non
II.2.14) Informations complémentaires
 
 
Section III: Renseignements d'ordre juridique, économique, financier et technique
III.1)
 
 
Conditions de participation
III.1.1) Habilitation à exercer l'activité professionnelle, y compris exigences relatives à l'inscription au registre du commerce ou de la profession Liste et description succincte des conditions:
Trading name and address, commercial register number.
   2.  Eligibility declaration that no grounds for exclusion in Section 123, 124 of the German Act Against Restraints of Competition (GWB) apply.
   3.  Eligibility declaration subcontractors if applicable.
   4.  Association clause if applicable.
III.1.2) Capacité économique et financière Liste et description succincte des critères de sélection:
Average annual turnover for the last three years (last-but-four financial year can be included in case of tenders held within 6 months of end of last financial year)
   2.  Average number of employees and managers in the last three calendar years Niveau(x) spécifique(s) minimal/minimaux exigé(s)
:

Average annual turnover for the last three years (last-but-four financial year can be included in case of tenders held within 6 months of end of last financial year), at least: 1,000,000.00 EUR
   2.  Average number of employees and managers in the last three calendar years, at least 15 persons
III.1.3) Capacité technique et professionnelle Liste et description succincte des critères de sélection:
The technical assessment is only based on reference projects with a minimum commission value of 250,000.00 EUR.
   2.  At least 5 reference projects in the technical field Wildlife Conservation and organisational development and at least 3 reference projects in the region Eastern Africa in the last 3 years Niveau(x) spécifique(s) minimal/minimaux exigé(s)
:

The technical assessment is only based on reference projects with a minimum commission value of 250,000.00 EUR.
   2.  At least 5 reference projects in the technical field Wildlife Conservation and organisational development and at least 3 reference projects in the region Eastern Africa in the last 3 years
III.2) Conditions liées au marché
III.2.3) Informations sur les membres du personnel responsables de l'exécution du marché Obligation d'indiquer les noms et qualifications professionnelles des membres du personnel chargés de l'exécution du marché
 
 
Section IV: Procédure
IV.1) Description
IV.1.1) Type de procédure Procédure concurrentielle avec négociation
IV.1.3) Information sur l'accord-cadre ou le système d'acquisition dynamique
IV.1.4) Informations sur la réduction du nombre de solutions ou d'offres durant la négociation ou le dialogue Recours à une procédure se déroulant en phases successives afin de réduire progressivement le nombre des solutions à discuter ou des offres à négocier
IV.1.5) Informations sur la négociation
Le pouvoir adjudicateur se réserve le droit d'attribuer le marché sur la base des offres initiales sans mener de négociations
IV.1.8) Information concernant l'accord sur les marchés publics (AMP)
Le marché est couvert par l'accord sur les marchés publics: oui
IV.2) Renseignements d'ordre administratif
IV.2.2) Date limite de réception des offres ou des demandes de participation Date: 10/11/2021 Heure locale: 12:00
IV.2.3) Date d'envoi estimée des invitations à soumissionner ou à participer aux candidats sélectionnés Date: 30/11/2021
IV.2.4) Langue(s) pouvant être utilisée(s) dans l'offre ou la demande de participation:
anglais
 
 
Section VI: Renseignements complémentaires
VI.1) Renouvellement Il s'agit d'un marché renouvelable: non
VI.2) Informations sur les échanges électroniques La commande en ligne sera utilisée
VI.3) Informations complémentaires:
The communication takes place exclusively via the project area of the portal. Bekanntmachungs-ID: CXTRYY6YNE9
VI.4) Procédures de recours
VI.4.1) Instance chargée des procédures de recours Nom officiel: Die Vergabekammern des Bundes Adresse postale: Villemombler Straße 76 Ville: Bonn Code postal: 53123 Pays: Allemagne Courriel: vk@bundeskartellamt.bund.de Téléphone: +49 2289499-0 Fax: +49 2289499-163 Adresse internet: https://www.bundeskartellamt.de
VI.4.3) Introduction de recours Précisions concernant les délais d'introduction de recours:
According to Article 160, Section 3 of the German Act Against Restraint of Competition (GWB), application for review is not permissible insofar as
   1.  the applicant has identified the claimed infringement of the procurement rules before submitting the application for review and has not submitted a complaint to the contracting authority within a period of 10 calendar days; the expiry of the period pursuant to Article 134, Section 2 remains unaffected,
   2.  complaints of infringements of procurement rules that are evident in the tender notice are not submitted to the contracting authority at the latest by the expiry of the deadline for the application or by the deadline for the submission of bids, specified in the tender notice.
   3.  complaints of infringements of procurement rules that first become evident in the tender documents are not submitted to the contracting authority at the latest by the expiry of the deadline for application or by the deadline for the submission of bids,
   4.  more than 15 calendar days have expired since receipt of notification from the contracting authority that it is unwilling to redress the complaint. Sentence 1 does not apply in the case of an application to determine the invalidity of the contract in accordance with Article 135, Section 1 (2). Article 134, Section 1, Sentence 2 remains unaffected.
VI.5) Date d'envoi du présent avis:
08/10/2021
 
 
C L A S S E    C P V
71313000 - Services de conseil en ingénierie de l'environnement 
73220000 - Services de conseil en développement 
79411100 - Services de conseil en développement des entreprises 
92534000 - Services de préservation de la vie sauvage 
98910000 - Services spécifiques aux organisations et aux organismes internationaux