Transfer, free of charge, of downgraded IT equipment to non-profit humanitarian and charitable organisations
The JRC (sites of Ispra and Seville) is drawing up a list of non-profit humanitarian and charitable organisations who are able to collect, at their own expenses, the downgraded IT office-automation and network equipment of said JRC sites following technological adaptation of their departments, and put it to worthwhile use (resale, recycling, donations, etc.) in order to carry out projects which must be social, humanitarian or charitable in nature.
Business sector (CPV)
- 30230000: Computer-related equipment
Ref to official journal
Deadline date for submitting an application to be included in the list
Publication of 28 October 2009, detailing general conditions
Publication du 28 octobre 2009, reprenant les conditons générales
Pubblicazione del 28 ottobre 2009 con dettaglio delle condizioni generali
Before the final date for submission of tenders:
- At the request of the tenderer, the contracting authority may provide additional information solely for the purpose of clarifying the nature of the contract.
- Any requests for additional information must be made in writing only to firstname.lastname@example.org. 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 clerical error in the text of the call for tenders.
- Any additional information including that referred to above will be made available on this site (tenderers who have requested the specification) (candidates invited to tender).
- If clarification is required or if obvious clerical errors in the tender need to be corrected, the contracting authority may contact the tenderer provided the terms of the tender are not modified as a result.
- In case of negotiated procedure, the contracting authority may negotiate with tenderers the offers they have submitted, in order to adapt them to the requirements set out in the contract notice, tender specifications or any additional document and in order to find the tender offering best value for money. During negotiations equal treatment of all tenderers will be ensured.