The objective of the Medical Modular Capabilities Software (MedMCSW) project is to support and provide the MS and other stakeholders with a Software (SW) platform which enables the flexible and versatile decision-making process by rapid integration of national assets based on a MS capabilities and capacity resource catalogue. The MedMCSW will enable to collect, process and afterwards analyse data from MS and other information sources. The MedMCSW must be able to provide a comprehensive situational picture of MS’ military medical capabilities and capacity in order to support planning, decision-making processes and coordination on EU (e.g. PESCO projects, EUMS, EUBG) and MS level. Complementary to MS' Capability catalogue, the MedMCSW must perform functions as “coordination” and support e.g. force generation, planning, management or basic medical logistics in order to improve agility and to reduce the footprint of medical support capabilities.

Extended TitleService Framework Contract for the Provision of Software Platform to Project Medical Modular Capabilities (MedMCSW)
Extended Description

Please refer to the tender documents, available at the e-tendering address provided in Section I.3) “Communication”.

Deadline Date2019-09-02
Publication Date2019-05-27
CountryBelgium
Procurement StatusActive
TypeOpen procedure
Contract TypeServices
Award CriteriaThe most economic tender
Value600000.00
OrganisationEuropean Defence Agency
Attention OfProcurement and Contract Unit
Addressrue des Drapiers 17-23
TownBrussels
Postal CodeB-1050
Fax+32 25042975
Class Code73430000
Class DescriptionTest and evaluation
SourceOffice for Official Publications of the European Communities - Tenders electronic daily (Ted)

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