Request for proposals for a Website development and maintenance service
The European Nuclear Education Network aisbl (ENEN) is launching a ‘Request for Proposals’ in order to establish a new website in the frame of the Project “Building European Nuclear Competence through continuous Advanced and Structured Education and Training Actions (ENEN2plus)”, that has received funding from the Euratom research and training programme under grant agreement No. 101061677, in which ENEN is the coordinator.
Download the request for proposal in PDF format
In order to comply with the established need of such Online Platform, this Bidding Process is established to welcome offering companies to send offers for the development and maintenance of the requested tool.
FORMAL BID (or OFFER SUBMISSION) INSTRUCTIONS
The offers must be split into three major parts:
- Database support development
- Populating the database with mentioned and existing inputs, with reference to the scope of work
- Maintenance and updates
Offering companies should send an offer including: the technical description (including timings for the realization of each part), an economic proposal and a set of references for their previous works. The price should include any updates to the platform used or any updates of the
components of the webpage.
The following estimative timings are suggested per each part, as defined above:
- Four months after the signature of the contract and provision of all necessary inputs from ENEN2plus and ENEN;
- Four months after the signature of the contract and provision of all necessary inputs from ENEN2plus and ENEN
The Offers have to be sent to ENEN in the following way:
- By email addressed to (with the subject:”ENEN2plus HUB development”): firstname.lastname@example.org
- Deadline for the reception of proposals/offers: 11/06/2023.
After this deadline, ENEN will select the winning offer according to the ‘best value for money’ policy established in the Project. Should the offers not comply with the technical specifications outlined previously or propose a serious variation of the price (particularly if it is higher than the appointed internal budget), the tender process could initially resolve in no winner. In this case, further rounds of invitations could be considered.
Once an offer is selected, a contract will be drafted between the selected company and ENEN in order to start the services if required, or, alternatively, the offer could be formally accepted and signed by ENEN.
ENEN reserves the right, in the latter case, to propose final modifications prior to signature.
To address questions related to this bidding procedure, you may contact Gabriel Pavel (Gabriel.Pavel@enen.eu).