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1.- Tecnalia Research & Innovation has a series of general tendering conditions, the aim of which is to regulate internal procurement procedures, which are binding within the organisation and which guarantee effective compliance with the principles of publicity, transparency, confidentiality, equality and non-discrimination. They also ensure that the contract is awarded to the tenderer who submits the most economically advantageous bid, except when various other adjudication criteria are used.
2.- The contracts awarded by Tecnalia Research & Innovation are considered private contracts.
3.- The preparation and awarding of contracts by Tecnalia Research & Innovation are governed by the general tendering conditions outlined in point 1.
In relation to their effects and cancellation, these contracts are governed by private law.
4.- With the aim of guaranteeing compliance with the principles outlined in point 1, the following rules must be observed in all Tecnalia Research & Innovation tendering procedures:
5.- In order to enter into a contract with Tecnalia Research & Innovation, all candidates must present proof of full capacity to act, proof that they are not subject to the prohibitions for entering into a contract outlined in point 6 of this document and proof of their economic, financial, technical or professional solvency. They must also present proof that they are duly authorised to carry out the activity or provide the service that is the object of the contract in question.
6.- Anyone who is subject to any of the circumstances outlined below may not enter into a contract with Tecnalia Research & Innovation:
7.- Tecnalia Research & Innovation may demand a specific rating when defining solvency requirements as and when deemed appropriate by the contracting body, in accordance with the special characteristics of the contract to be awarded. This must always be clearly stated in the tender documents. Nevertheless, the rating held by the tenderer will always be admitted as proof of solvency.
8.- In tenders put out by Tecnalia Research & Innovation, Register of Tenderers and Classified Companies registration certificates will be accepted as proof of candidates’ aptitude as regards their personality and capacity to act, representation, business or professional authorisation, economic or financial solvency, classification and freedom from the conditions which prohibit them from entering into contracts, all of which should be stated in said Register.
9.- In tenders put out by Tecnalia Research & Innovation, in general neither a provisional nor a definitive guarantee shall be required, unless otherwise expressly stated by the contracting body.
10.- The demands of the principle of publicity shall be complied with by the inclusion of the information on the tender in the contracting profile of Tecnalia Research & Innovation, in the case of subsidised contracts subject to harmonised regulation (article 17, Act 30/2007 of 30 October, on Public Sector Contracts).
11.- The awarding of these contracts will be announced in the Tecnalia Research & Innovation contracting profile, to ensure that any potential tenderer has access to the relevant information.
12.- The awarding procedure will be open to any candidate that can submit a bid. No negotiations are permitted of the terms of the contract with tenderers.
13.- The maximum deadline for submitting bids will be that established in each individual case. Notwithstanding the above, the deadline for submitting bids may not be less than 15 days, from the date on which the announcement is published in the Tecnalia Research & Innovation contracting profile.
14.- Once the maximum deadline established for the submission of bids has transpired, the bids shall be opened. If any of the bids contains defects that can be corrected in the documentation presented, a period of 5 days shall be granted for this purpose, counting from the day of notification.
15.- The results of the process will be published in a specific section on the Tecnalia Research & Innovation website, with mention being made of all the bids received and admitted, as well as the winner of the contract.
16.- This information must contain the scores awarded to each bid in accordance with the previously established objective assessment criteria.
17.- When assessing the bids and the economically most advantageous offers, the criteria used should be those directly linked to the object of the contract, such as quality, price, service rendered, deadline for product or service delivery, operating cost, environmental characteristics or characteristics linked to the satisfaction of social requirements in response to the needs defined in the terms of the contract, the needs of particularly disadvantaged segments of the population to which the users or beneficiaries of the services contracted belong, profitability or technical value, aesthetic or functional characteristics, availability and cost of replacement parts, maintenance of the technical service, after-sales service and other similar considerations.
18.- When a single adjudication criterion is used, it must always be that of the lowest price.
19.- The criteria used for awarding the contract shall be decided beforehand by the contracting body and outlined in both the call for tenders and the tender documentation.
20.- When Tecnalia Research & Innovation awards subsidised contracts, as defined in article 17 of Act 30/2007 of 30 October, on Public Sector Contracts, the preparation of said contracts must respect the requirements of articles 101 to 104 of the aforementioned Act (technical regulations); tenderers must provide proof of solvency (articles 51 to 53 of the aforementioned Act) and may not be subject to any prohibition to enter into contracts (articles 49 and 50 of Act 30/2007 of 30 October, on Public Sector Contracts).
21.- Contracts of this kind awarded by Tecnalia Research & Innovation may be subject to a special appeal for tendering procedures, as stipulated in article 310 and following of Act 30/2007 of 30 October, on Public Sector Contracts.
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