Notice of Contract Award: Digital radio framework for equipment and the establishment of lines and maintenance of existing facilities
The purpose of this radio procurement is to have an agreement so that one can use digital radio communications in security or emergency purposes, or to make your job easier. It is established or to be established radio communications on a variety of offices abroad.
The acquisition will help to ensure the fulfillment of the Foreign Ministry~s security with particular focus on the safety of personnel.
Radios contribute to a predictable provision of services for the
Radio communication is used primarily as emergency communications, but also used in daily operations at certain embassies.
The radios will be able to make emergency calls directly to UD.
In addition to the creation of new solutions should establish a maintenance agreement for connections in established and the established connections in question. Some of these are still analog.
Use of radios are also assessed at the
There are two adopted international standards for digital radio, these are Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) and Terrestial Trunked Radio (Tetra).
Participants must submit a DMR solution for working abroad.
For the option for the delivery of
The supplier must still be able to deliver both standards so that local tetra system can be established if necessary.
Details of the contract value (or lowest / highest offer evaluated):
Date of contract award:
Information about offers: Number of tenders received: 2
File reference number attributed by the contracting authority: 14/02267
Is it likely that parts of the contract will be subcontracted: Is it likely that parts of the contract to be subcontracted: No.
Contract related to a project / program financed by EU funds: no
Contractor name : TC CONNECT
Contractor address : 981 568 389
Pb 160 Manglerud
Implementing agency : Utenriksdepartementet
Postboks 8114 Dep.
Kontaktperson: SigbjØrn Nerland
Telefon: +47 23950000
Faks: +47 23950099
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