SE Ignalina Nuclear Power Plant (hereinafter - SE INPP) is currently scheduling conceptual planning activities for the construction of a deep geological repository in Lithuania. One of the activities is the preparation of general safety criteria for the construction of a deep geological repository in Lithuania. Taking into account the specifics of this project and the uniqueness of the planned activities, it is important for SE INPP not only to define the procurement object as clearly as possible for market participants, but also to establish procurement conditions that meet market expectations and practical possibilities.
On the 13th of November SE INPP announced a market consultation for the preparation of general safety criteria for the deep geological repository in Lithuania. The aim of consultation is to provide the market with as much information as possible about the intended procurement and based on the information received during the market consultation, to find out the market reaction to the draft documents, what additional information is needed for potential Suppliers and identify aspects relevant to the conclusion and implementation of the procurement contract.
The method of consultation is an announcement by means of the Central Public Procurement Information System (read more at CVP IS). A draft terms of reference for the procurement of services for the development of common safety criteria were announced in the CVP IS, along with the minimum qualification requirements to be applied and the evaluation of tenders.
Tenderers participating in the pre-procurement consultation must get acquainted with the submitted documents and provide information by the means of CVP IS no later than the 30th of November 2020. It will help the Contracting Authority to find out the opinion of market participants and the proposals on the planned procurement. Correspondence with market participants and / or answers to the submitted questions may be published on the CVP IS.
SE INPP complies with the provision that feedback from market participants, practical insights and specific proposals are the best means to check the suitability of the procurement project.
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