ITER IO Calls

F4E has been requested by the ITER Organization to nominate candidates who could be invited by the ITER Organization to respond to different Calls described below.

Candidates must be established in the territory of a Member of F4E (EU Member States and Switzerland) and must have work experience and a recognised level of expertise, competence and references in the study field.

Suitable candidates must express their interest with the appropriate reference number and contact information (i.e. company name, full address (no post box, please), contact person, telephone and fax number, e-mail address and web- page) by e-mail (ITER-Calls@f4e.europa.eu) quoting the reference number of this call for nominations and no later than the respective deadline.

View the latest ITER Calls below

Please note that the list of nominated candidates may be shared with our Industry Liaison Officers’ network. If you do not want that your company appears on the list to be sent to the Industry Liaison Officers’ network, please let us know explicitly in the e-mail you will send to ITER-Calls@f4e.europa.eu. Thank you







REF 722 : Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/10019849/BBE
“Passive Spectroscopy Systems”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Passive Spectroscopy Systems”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile
- Annex IIIa:Price schedule
- Annex IIIb: Price breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 17.00 CEST on 20 November 2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals shall be submitted by e-mail to: brigitte.boutiere@iter.org and copied to lijun.liu@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Reference to the Section # in the Technical Specifications Points
1 CV showing at least five years’ experience in VUV systems development Section 8 and 9 15
2 CV showing at least five years’ experience in X-ray systems development Section 8 and 9 15
3 CV showing at least ten years’ experience in diagnostic development, including vacuum systems and I and C Section 8 and 9 10
4 CV showing at least ten years’ experience in a technical development environment, including management of interfaces, design documentation and design reviews Section 8 and 9 10
5 proven experience of minimum 5 years in an international technical environment Section 8 and 9 10
Total 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 721 : Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/10020010/INU
“Consultancy on X-ray atomic emission modelling”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Consultancy on X-ray atomic emission modelling”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile
- Annex IIIa:Price schedule
- Annex IIIb: Price breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 17.00 CET on November 27th 2020

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals shall be submitted by e-mail to: ismail.nbou@iter.org and copied to Jongeun.Lee@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Reference to the Section # in the Technical Specifications Points
1 CV showing at least 10 years’ experience in atomic data modelling (ionization, recombination, excitation and emission rates, cross-sections etc.), especially for high-Z elements in fusion plasmas TS Section 10 15
2 CV showing at least 10 years’ experience in plasma X-ray spectroscopic modelling, especially for fusion plasmas TS Section 10 15
3 CV showing at least 5 years of supporting experimental data analysis at (a) fusion facilitie(s) TS Section 10 10
4 CV showing experience with scientific data processing software/programming languages (e.g. Matlab, IDL, Python, FORTRAN …) TS Section 10 10
5 Work plan (schedule, resources, communication with/visits to ITER …) provided compliant with the (requirements on the) activities specified in the technical specification TS Section 10 10

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 720 : Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/19935/INU
“Mechanical design of the Divertor Flow Monitor components in ISS and PCSS”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Mechanical design of the Divertor Flow Monitor components in ISS and PCSS”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile
- Annex IIIa:Price schedule
- Annex IIIb: Price breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 17.00 CET on 25 November 2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals shall be submitted by e-mail to: ismail.nbou@iter.org and copied to Jongeun.Lee@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Reference to the Section # in the Technical Specifications Points
1 Experience with the mechanical design for optical diagnostics TS Section 5 20
2 Experience with work in CATIA TS Section 5 20
3 Experience with generation of technical documentation TS Section 5 10
4 Experience with integration of mechanical designs of complex systems TS Section 5 10

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 719 : Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/10020062/ADC
“Engineering Support for Preparation of In-Vessel Assembly for Assembly Phase 1”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Engineering Support for Preparation of In-Vessel Assembly for Assembly Phase 1”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile
- Annex IIIa:Price schedule
- Annex IIIb: Price breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 10.00 CEST on November 23rd 2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals shall be submitted by e-mail to: aurelie.dubuc@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

5
Ref.Criteria Criteria description Reference to the Section # in the Technical Specifications Points
1 At least 15 years’ professional experience of the assembly of tokamaks, or very similar experience involving large and heavy components, precision alignment, ultra-high vacuum and clean conditions Section 11 7.5
2 At least 15 years’ professional experience in the development of assembly concepts and process, and the design and manufacturing of the corresponding assembly tools Section 11 7.5
3 At least 10 years’ professional experience in preparing technical specifications and documentation associated with procurement, tendering and contract administration for complex construction contracts Section 11 10
4 At least 10 years’ experience in the application of QA and QC to manufacturing and assembly operations Section 11 7.5
5 Proven ability to autonomously conduct assembly studies, identify improvements, resolve issues, and produce clear documentation Section 11 5
6 Detailed knowledge of tolerances and large volume metrology Section 11 5
7 Knowledge of procedures for working with beryllium and beryllium-contaminated environments Section 11 7.5
8 Prior knowledge of and experience on the ITER project Section 11 5
9 Competence in oral and written English Section 11
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 718 : Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/10020061/ADC
“Engineering Design Support for In-Vessel Assembly Phase 1”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Engineering Design Support for In-Vessel Assembly Phase 1”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile
- Annex IIIa:Price schedule
- Annex IIIb: Price breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 10.00 CEST on November 23rd 2020

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals shall be submitted by e-mail to: aurelie.dubuc@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

5
Ref.Criteria Criteria description Reference to the Section # in the Technical Specifications Points
1 At least 15 years’ professional experience in mechanical engineering design and manufacture including the design of tools and access equipment and facilities to support construction of complex facilities in congested environments Section 11 7.5
2 At least 8 years’ professional experience of the assembly of tokamaks, or very similar experience involving large and heavy components, precision alignment, ultra-high vacuum and clean conditions Section 11 7.5
3 At least 15 years’ professional experience as expert user of CATIA v5, of which at least 8 years’ experience of using CATIA v5 with ENOVIA Section 11 10
4 At least 15 years’ professional experience of the preparation of manufacturing and / or construction drawings Section 11 7.5
5 In-depth knowledge of geometrical tolerancing (GD and T), weld symbols, limits and fits and surface finish Section 11 5
6 Working knowledge of ultra-high vacuum and related requirements and testing techniques Section 11 5
7 Recognised qualification in mechanical engineering Section 11 7.5
8 Prior knowledge of and experience on the ITER project Section 11 5
9 Competence in oral and written English Section 11
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 717 : Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/19870/INU
“Mechanical engineering support for the disruption mitigation system design focusing on ex-vessel design”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Mechanical engineering support for the disruption mitigation system design focusing on ex-vessel design”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile
- Annex IIIa:Price schedule
- Annex IIIb: Price breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 17.00 CEST on 06/11/2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals shall be submitted by e-mail to: ismail.nbou@iter.org and copied to Jongeun.Lee@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Reference to the Section # in the Technical Specifications Points
1 Experience with the ITER port plug mechanical design, UHV components and sealing methods. TS Section 10 15
2 Experience in writing technical documents like Interface Sheets (ISs), Interface Control Documents (ICDs), Technical Specifications (TSs) or similar in the complex projects (nuclear, accelerators, fusion, space, aviation industry) TS Section 10 15
3 Experience in mechanical engineering utilising CATIA V5 and the ENOVIA database TS Section 10 10
4 Experience in remote handling or utilisation of robotic technologies TS Section 10 10
5 Experience in cryogenics design e.g. cryogenic transferlines and/or cold valve boxes TS Section 10 10
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 716 : Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/19869/INU
“Technical administration support for the disruption mitigation system design”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Technical administration support for the disruption mitigation system design”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile
- Annex IIIa:Price schedule
- Annex IIIb: Price breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 17.00 CEST on 06/11/2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals shall be submitted by e-mail to: ismail.nbou@iter.org and copied to Jongeun.Lee@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Reference to the Section # in the Technical Specifications Points
1 Experience with document management in the ITER environment specifically related to port plug design activities TS Section 10 15
2 Experience in writing technical documents like Interface Sheets (ISs) and Interface Control Documents (ICDs) and ability to discuss and resolve interface problems TS Section 10 15
3 Ability to work with CATIA V5 and the Enovia Database TS Section 10 10
4 Experience on quality and risk management TS Section 10 10
5 Experience with Protection Important Equipment (PIC), Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) and Non Destructive Testing (NDT) TS Section 10 10
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 715 : Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/19868/INU
“Mechanical engineering support for the disruption mitigation system design”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Mechanical engineering support for the disruption mitigation system design”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile
- Annex IIIa:Price schedule
- Annex IIIb: Price breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 17.00 CEST on 06 November 2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals shall be submitted by e-mail to: ismail.nbou@iter.org and copied to Jongeun.Lee@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Reference to the Section # in the Technical Specifications Points
1 Experience with the ITER port plug mechanical design and tenant integration specifically for tenants with vacuum extensions TS Section 10 15
2 Experience in DSM design and integration, port plug cooling water and nuclear shielding concept implementation TS Section 10 15
3 Experience into work with CATIA V5, the ENOVIA database and the skeleton design concept TS Section 10 10
4 Ability to work with ANSYS and utilise it to support the thermal and mechanical design of port plug components such as the Diagnostic Shielding Module (DSM) in port plugs TS Section 10 10
5 Experience in mechanical engineering, manufacturability of components and remote cutting and welding considerations TS Section 10 10
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 714: IO/20/CFT/10019743/ABN
‘Balance of Plant (BOP) Group 3, Systems Interconnections Between the ITER Site Buildings’


Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to nominate companies, institutions or other entities that are capable of ‘Balance of Plant (BOP) Group 3, Systems Interconnections Between the ITER Site Buildings’ as specified in the provided Technical Summary..

The potential Candidates should have a recognized level of expertise, competence and references in the field mentioned above. The ITER Organization will invite them to prequalify.

Suitable candidates shall express their interest by duly filling-in the attached Company Info Template. and sending it to ITER-Calls@f4e.europa.eu, quoting the appropriate reference number of this Call for Nominations, no later than 23/20/2020.

F4E will send a confirmation to Nominated Companies within two (2) days after the deadline indicated above. Should you not receive such confirmation, please contact F4E immediately, by calling the following number: +34 93 320 1800.


REF 713 : Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/10019819/INU
“Support and Documentation of Interfaces for Diagnostics and Equatorial Port #08 and #17”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Support and Documentation of Interfaces for Diagnostics and Equatorial Port #08 and #17”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile
- Annex IIIa:Price schedule
- Annex IIIb: Price breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 17.00 CEST on October 20th 2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals shall be submitted by e-mail to: ismail.nbou@iter.org and copied to Jongeun.Lee@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Reference to the Section # in the Technical Specifications Points
1 Experience in interfaces management in complex projects (nuclear, accelerators, fusion, space, aviation industry), preferably in nuclear or fusion projects TS Section 10 15
2 Experience in writing of technical documents like Interface Sheets, Interface agreements, Interface Control Documents or similar in the complex projects (nuclear, accelerators, fusion, space, aviation industry) TS Section 10 15
3 Experience in mechanical engineering TS Section 10 10
4 PExperience in working with diagrams, schematics TS Section 10 10
5 Experience in system and interface requirements management in complex projects (nuclear, accelerators, fusion, space, aviation industry) TS Section 10 10
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 712: IO/20/CFT/7-609/YMA
‘Network Hardware and Maintenance’


Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to nominate companies, institutions or other entities that are capable of ‘Network Hardware and Maintenance’ as specified in the provided Technical Summary..

The potential Candidates should have a recognized level of expertise, competence and references in the field mentioned above. The ITER Organization will invite them to prequalify.

Suitable candidates shall express their interest by duly filling-in the attached Company Info Template. and sending it to ITER-Calls@f4e.europa.eu, quoting the appropriate reference number of this Call for Nominations, no later than 08/10/2020.

F4E will send a confirmation to Nominated Companies within two (2) days after the deadline indicated above. Should you not receive such confirmation, please contact F4E immediately, by calling the following number: +34 93 320 1800.


REF 711 : Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/19725/INU
“Electrical engineering support for diagnostic port integration”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Electrical engineering support for diagnostic port integration”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile
- Annex IIIa:Price schedule
- Annex IIIb: Price breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 17.00 CEST on October 9th , 2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals shall be submitted by e-mail to: ismail.nbou@iter.org and copied to Jongeun.Lee@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Reference to the Section # in the Technical Specifications ref 3WY35Z V1.0 Points
1 Proven experience with electrical engineering for low voltage components (feedthrough, connectors, cables): Electrical design codes, regulations, design development, etc. 5.1, 5.2 20
2 Proven experience with organization and oversight of electrical component integration in complex environment 5.1, 5.2, 5.3 10
3 Proven experience with design and interface mangement 5.3, 5.5 10
4 Proven experience with assembly and installation of electrical components 5.3 10
5 Proven experience in writing the technical specification of electrical components 5.4 10
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 710: IO/20/CFN/7-612/JPA
‘Centralized Procurement of Pipes & Fittings for the ITER Project’


Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to nominate companies, institutions or other entities that are capable of “Centralized Procurement of Pipes & Fittings for the ITER Project” as specified in the provided Technical Summary..

The potential Candidates should have a recognized level of expertise, competence and references in the field mentioned above. The ITER Organization will invite them to prequalify.

Suitable candidates shall express their interest by duly filling-in the attached Company Info Template. and sending it to ITER-Calls@f4e.europa.eu, quoting the appropriate reference number of this Call for Nominations, no later than 01/10/2020.

F4E will send a confirmation to Nominated Companies within two (2) days after the deadline indicated above. Should you not receive such confirmation, please contact F4E immediately, by calling the following number: +34 93 320 1800.


REF 709 : Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/19302/INU
“Development of the Divertor Flow Monitor mechanical design for PDR”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the "Development of the Divertor Flow Monitor mechanical design for PDR”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile
- Annex III:Price schedule
- Annex III:Price breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals:
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 17h00 CEST on September 18th , 2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals shall be submitted by e-mail to: ismail.nbou@iter.org and copied to Jongeun.Lee@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Corresponding section in the technical specification ref 3JACU5 V1.0 Points
1 Experience with work in CATIA, 20 points Section 9 TS 20
2 Experience with ANSYS and Matlab Section 9 TS 10
3 Experience with the mechanical design of complex imaging systems for tokamaks Section 9 TS 10
4 Experience with the mechanical design of diagnostic shutters Section 9 TS 10
5 Experience with the preparation of installation Engineering Work Packages and technical documentation Section 9 TS 10
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 708 : Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/1001526/AKN
“Lower Port Services Engineering”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Lower Port Services Engineering”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile
- Annex III:Price breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals:
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 17h00 CEST on 14th September 2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals shall be submitted by e-mail to: Arnaud.Kien@iter.org and copied to lijun.liu@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Max Points
1 Supplier demonstrated a clear understanding of the scope of the work. 10
2 Supplier has the necessary background in nuclear (preferably MIC) cabling attachment development 15
3 Supplier made consistent proposals in line with the technical specifications. 20
4 Supplier proposes personnel with nuclear related relevant cabling or piping experience. 15
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 707 : Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/10019436/AKN
“Support for the Building Integration”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Support for the Building Integration”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile
- Annex IIIa:Price breakdown
- Annex IIIb:Price schedule
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals:
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 17h00 CEST on 14 September 2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals shall be submitted by e-mail to: Arnaud.Kien@iter.org and copied to lijun.liu@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Points
1 Experience in Systems integration in the buildings. 20
2 Experience in functional diagrams. 15
3 Engineering degree and relevant experience in integration or mechanical. 5
4 Knowledge of CATIA and ENOVIA (and CAD environment). 10
5 Demonstrated ability to work in multidisciplinary, international team environment. 10
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 706: IO/20/CFT/7-602/ERA
‘Instrument and Control Support Services’


Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to nominate companies, institutions or other entities that are capable of “Instrument and Control Support Services” as specified in the provided Technical Summary..

The potential Candidates should have a recognized level of expertise, competence and references in the field mentioned above. The ITER Organization will invite them to prequalify.

Suitable candidates shall express their interest by duly filling-in the attached Company Info Template. and sending it to ITER-Calls@f4e.europa.eu, quoting the appropriate reference number of this Call for Nominations, no later than 11 September 2020.

F4E will send a confirmation to Nominated Companies within two (2) days after the deadline indicated above. Should you not receive such confirmation, please contact F4E immediately, by calling the following number: +34 93 320 1800.


REF 705 : Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/10019527/BBE
“Neutronics analysis for H-alpha, CXRS Edge and Dust Monitor Diagnostics systems”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Neutronics analysis for H-alpha, CXRS Edge and Dust Monitor Diagnostics systems”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile
- Annex IIIa:Price schedule
- Annex IIIb: Price breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 17.00 CEST on 03 September 2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals shall be submitted by e-mail to: brigitte.boutiere@iter.org and copied to lijun.liu@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Reference to the Section # in the Technical Specifications Points
1 Provide evidence of knowledge and working experience of nuclear systems/devices (in particular fusion or high energy physics devices/systems) Section 6&9 10
2 Provide evidence of knowledge and experience of CAD models and MCNP modelling Section 6&9 15
3 Provide evidence of expertise in performing Neutronics MCNP analysis for the determination of local neutron fluxes, heat loads and dpa’s over a complex, multi-material (vacuum, steel, water, B4C …) environment. Section 6&9 15
4 Provide evidence of experience in the development and applications of tools and methods for shutdown dose rate analysis and data pre and post-processing Section 6&9 10
5 Provide evidence of experience in radwaste calculations/analyses Section 6&9 10
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 704: IO/20/CFT/70000596/LLU
‘Prototyping, Manufacturing and Delivery of Dust Monitor System’


Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to nominate companies, institutions or other entities that are capable of “Prototyping, Manufacturing and Delivery of Dust Monitor System” as specified in the provided Technical Summary..

The potential Candidates should have a recognized level of expertise, competence and references in the field mentioned above. The ITER Organization will invite them to prequalify.

Suitable candidates shall express their interest by duly filling-in the attached Company Info Template. and sending it to ITER-Calls@f4e.europa.eu, quoting the appropriate reference number of this Call for Nominations, no later than 26 August 2020.

F4E will send a confirmation to Nominated Companies within two (2) days after the deadline indicated above. Should you not receive such confirmation, please contact F4E immediately, by calling the following number: +34 93 320 1800.


REF 703: IO/20/CFT/19411/ERA
‘Manufacturing design and procurement of COM PA-EB-EP subsystems’


Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to nominate companies, institutions or other entities that are capable of “Manufacturing design and procurement of COM PA-EB-EP subsystems” as specified in the provided Technical Summary..

The potential Candidates should have a recognized level of expertise, competence and references in the field mentioned above. The ITER Organization will invite them to prequalify.

Suitable candidates shall express their interest by duly filling-in the attached Company Info Template. and sending it to ITER-Calls@f4e.europa.eu, quoting the appropriate reference number of this Call for Nominations, no later than 30/09/2020.

F4E will send a confirmation to Nominated Companies within two (2) days after the deadline indicated above. Should you not receive such confirmation, please contact F4E immediately, by calling the following number: +34 93 320 1800.


REF 702 : Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/10019487/AKN
“Engineering Assessment of the Supports in the Building”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Engineering Assessment of the Supports in the Building”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile
- Annex IIIa:Price schedule
- Annex IIIb: Price breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 16.00 CEST on 29 August 2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals shall be submitted by e-mail to: arnaud.kien@iter.org and copied to lijun.liu@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Points
1 Experience in preparation and interpretation of mechanical models. 15
2 Experience in structural analysis 15
3 Experience in writing technical specifications 10
4 Experience in interface management. 10
5 Technical document generation. 10
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 701: IO/20/CFT/7-581/YMA
‘Plant Simulator Platform


Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to nominate companies, institutions or other entities that are capable of “‘Plant Simulator Platform” as specified in the provided Technical Summary..

The potential Candidates should have a recognized level of expertise, competence and references in the field mentioned above. The ITER Organization will invite them to prequalify.

Suitable candidates shall express their interest by duly filling-in the attached Company Info Template. and sending it to ITER-Calls@f4e.europa.eu, quoting the appropriate reference number of this Call for Nominations, no later than 20/08/2020.

F4E will send a confirmation to Nominated Companies within two (2) days after the deadline indicated above. Should you not receive such confirmation, please contact F4E immediately, by calling the following number: +34 93 320 1800.


REF 700: Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/1-19412/LLU
“Diagnostic Interface Engineering Support”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Diagnostic Interface Engineering Support”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile
- Annex IIIa:Price schedule
- Annex IIIb: Price breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 17.00 CEST on 27 August 2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals shall be submitted by e-mail to: lijun.liu@iter.org and copied to brigitte.boutiere@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Reference to the Section # in the Technical Specifications Points
1 At least 10-years’ experience of work in CATIA in preparing of CAD models for complex systems 6 8
2 Clear understanding of in-vessel environment, allocation of interfacing systems and design constraints for successful work for requested deliverables 8 18
3 Clear understanding of ex-vessel environment, allocation of interfacing systems and design constraints for successful work for requested deliverables 8 18
4 Excellent knowledge of ITER CAD rules and CAD manual 14 8
5 Design tool availability: CATIA for 3D modelling and 2D drawings 14 8
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 699 : Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/10019440/BBE
“Divertor Flow Monitor coherence imagining expert support”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Divertor Flow Monitor coherence imagining expert support”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile
- Annex IIIa:Price breakdown
- Annex IIIb: Price schedule
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 11 September 2020, 17h CET.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals shall be submitted by e-mail to: brigitte.boutiere@iter.org and copied to lijun.liu@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Reference to the Section # in the Technical Specifications Points
1 Expertise in coherence imagining technique experiments (with relevant examples) Section 9 12
2 Experience of 5 years minimum with optical diagnostics in tokamaks Section 9 12
3 Experience of 5 years minimum with raytracing techniques Section 9 12
4 Experience of 5 years minimum with measurements of material reflection properties Section 9 12
5 Experience of 5 years minimum with modelling of coherence imaging instruments Section 9 12
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 698 : Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/10019421/INU
“Analysis that assists the diagnostic design and design of integrated ports”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Analysis that assists the diagnostic design and design of integrated ports”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile
- Annex IIIa:Price schedule
- Annex IIIb: Price breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 17.00 CEST on 24 August 2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals shall be submitted by e-mail to: Ismail.Nbou@iter.org and copied to Jongeun.Lee@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Reference to the Section # in the Technical Specifications Points
1 Experience in writing System Load Specifications for complex integrated systems TS Section 10 15
2 At least 5 years' professional experiences in in structural and thermal analysis TS Section 10 15
3 Experience in writing technical specifications or requirement documents TS Section 10 10
4 Experience in interface management TS Section 10 10
5 Technical document generation TS Section 10 10
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 697: Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/10019463/INU
“DFW Design for integration of Equatorial Port Plug #8 and #17”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “DFW Design for integration of Equatorial Port Plug #8 and #17”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile
- Annex IIIa:Price schedule
- Annex IIIb: Price breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Clarification Log: Available here

Addition to documents for technical specifications

- DFW-DSM-PP_Structure_Interface_Load_Tran
- DFW_coolant_line_stress_at_DSM_supports
- EDFW_Structural_integrity_report
- System_Design_Description_(DDD)_55.Q0.AR
- System_Load_Specification_of_EDFW
- Clarification 1 & 2

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: August 31st at 17h00 CEST

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals shall be submitted by e-mail to: Ismail.Nbou@iter.org and copied to Jongeun.Lee@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Reference to the Section # in the Technical Specifications Points
1 Advanced capabilities on using FE codes (submodelling, fields interpolation between physics) with emphasis in ANSYS Code (classic/workbench) and associated programming tools (APDL…) Section 9 TS 10
2 Experience in advanced structural integrity FE evaluations including ratcheting, fatigue and elastoplastic analyses. Section 9 TS 15
3 Experience in application of Codes and Standards nuclear/conventional (RCC-MR 2007, ASME, EN, etc) to the structural integrity justification of systems, structures and components; Section 9 TS 10
4 Availability to use extensive computational resources for FEA of big models (>2MDOF in highly non-linear analysis with multiple load steps >50) Section 9 TS 15
5 Knowledge of ITER requirements and guidelines; Section 9 TS 5
6 Excellent skills in writing technical reports in English Language; Section 9 TS 5
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 696 : Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/19409/JLE
“Integration engineering support for the 55.E5 XRCS Core impacted by the DMS”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Integration engineering support for the 55.E5 XRCS Core impacted by the DMS”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile
- Annex IIIa:Price schedule
- Annex IIIb: Price breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 17.00 CEST on 24 August 2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals shall be submitted by e-mail to: Jongeun.Lee@iter.org and copied to Ismail.Nbou@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Reference to the Section # in the Technical Specifications Related Documents to be submitted by Tenderers Points
1 Providing evidence of technical capability for designing and analysis of structural components exposed to following conditions: both vacuum and atmospheric pressure, shock/shaking loads of several G, thermal loads up to 240 degrees Celsius, gamma and neutron irradiation 6 and 10 Technical offer including an implementation/ management/quality plan 20
2 Have at least 4 experience with hermomechanical and structural analysis using ANSYS software as well as knowledge of appropriate industrial and nuclear codes (e.g. RCC-MR, ASME VIII Div 2, ASME III ...) 6, 10 and 15 Experience Profile /CV 15
3 Have experience with using CATIA software for (re)viewing models (experience in design in CATIA is not explicitly required) 6, 10 and 14 Experience Profile /CV 10
4 Have experience in developing maintenance strategies of components in a irradiated environment Section 6 and 10 Experience Profile /CV 5
5 Have experience in working in a multinational, multi-lingual environment and be fluent in written and spoken English 10 Experience Profile /CV 10
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 695: IO/20/CFN/10019325/DAL
High Voltage Power Supply (HVPS) Units for ITER Ion Cyclotron System


Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to nominate companies, institutions or other entities that are capable of “High Voltage Power Supply (HVPS) Units for ITER Ion Cyclotron System” as specified in the provided Technical Summary..

The potential Candidates should have a recognized level of expertise, competence and references in the field mentioned above. The ITER Organization will invite them to prequalify.

Suitable candidates shall express their interest by duly filling-in the attached Company Info Template. and sending it to ITER-Calls@f4e.europa.eu, quoting the appropriate reference number of this Call for Nominations, no later than 03/08/2020.

F4E will send a confirmation to Nominated Companies within two (2) days after the deadline indicated above. Should you not receive such confirmation, please contact F4E immediately, by calling the following number: +34 93 320 1800.


REF 694: IO/20/OT/10019321/EBT
Prior Indicative Notice (PIN):
“Open tender for ITER Academy services”


The ITER Organization intends to launch an Open Tender process in the coming weeks, in accordance with the details provided in the attached Prior Indicative Notice (PIN) summary..

The advance notification is to alert companies, institutions or other eligible entities to the forth-coming tender, and provide information to promote healthy competition, allowing interested parties time to decide whether to participate in the tender or not.

Interested tenderers are kindly requested to return the expression of interest form (Annex I) via e-mail by the date indicated below.

Please note that the present notice is valid until 20/07/2020.


REF 693: Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/10019287/BBE
“Specialist engineering work relating to In-Vessel Diagnostic systems”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Specialist engineering work relating to In-Vessel Diagnostic systems”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile
- Annex IIIa:Price schedule
- Annex IIIb: Price breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 17.00 CEST on 30 July 2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals shall be submitted by e-mail to: brigitte.boutiere@iter.org and copied to lijun.liu@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Reference to the Section # in the Technical Specifications Points
1 Demonstration (with relevant references) of extensive experience in mechanical engineering design and/or support in a nuclear fusion experiment or installation. Section 6 and 10 10
2 Previous experience (by means of referenced examples) with manufacturing study, preparation, evaluation and follow-up of mechanical components in a nuclear installation Section 6 and 10 15
3 Previous experience (by means of referenced examples) with supporting the design and manufacturing of plasma diagnostics systems, preferably of magnetics diagnostics systems Section 6 and 10 15
4 Demonstration (with relevant references) of extensive experience in producing engineering documents as technical specifications, manufacturing specifications, design review chit closure progress etc. Section 6 and 10 10
5 relevant experience in an international and multicultural environment with English as working language Section 6 and 10 10
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 692: IO/20/CFT/19336/ABN
‘Building 50’s Grouting and Related Works’


Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to nominate companies, institutions or other entities that are capable of “Building 50’s Grouting and Related Works” as specified in the provided Technical Summary..

The potential Candidates should have a recognized level of expertise, competence and references in the field mentioned above. The ITER Organization will invite them to prequalify.

Suitable candidates shall express their interest by duly filling-in the attached Company Info Template. and sending it to ITER-Calls@f4e.europa.eu, quoting the appropriate reference number of this Call for Nominations, no later than 16/07/2020.

F4E will send a confirmation to Nominated Companies within two (2) days after the deadline indicated above. Should you not receive such confirmation, please contact F4E immediately, by calling the following number: +34 93 320 1800.


REF 691: Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/10019154/BBE
“Magnetic Diagnostics and Electrical Services Preparation and Installation”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the ”Magnetic Diagnostics and Electrical Services Preparation and Installation”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile / CV
- Annex IIIa:Price schedule
- Annex IIIb: cost breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 17.00 CEST on 19 July 2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals shall be submitted by e-mail to: brigitte.boutiere@iter.org and copied to lijun.liu@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Reference to the Section # in the Technical Specifications Points
1 Proven experience with technical follow-up and design of safety important components. 6.3 15
2 Proven experience with verification and validation of technical requirements using requirements management software. 6.4 10
3 Proven experience of preparation of documentation work packages for installation and subsequent follow-up with installation contractors. 6.5 15
4 Proven experience with activities related to on-site assembly of magnetic sensors for tokamaks. 6.1,6.2 10
5 Proven experience with CAD follow up for High Vacuum instrumentation. 6.1, 6.2, 6.3 10
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 690: IO/20/CFT/7-580/ERA
"Data Archiving and Data Handling"


Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to nominate companies, institutions or other entities that are capable of “Data Archiving and Data Handling System” as specified in the provided Technical Summary..

The potential Candidates should have a recognized level of expertise, competence and references in the field mentioned above. The ITER Organization will invite them to prequalify.

Suitable candidates shall express their interest by duly filling-in the attached Company Info Template. and sending it to ITER-Calls@f4e.europa.eu, quoting the appropriate reference number of this Call for Nominations, no later than 09/07/2020.

F4E will send a confirmation to Nominated Companies within two (2) days after the deadline indicated above. Should you not receive such confirmation, please contact F4E immediately, by calling the following number: +34 93 320 1800.


REF 689: Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/19212/JLE
“Mechanical engineering support for DMS and diagnostics integration in Equatorial Ports #08 and #17”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Mechanical engineering support for DMS and diagnostics integration in Equatorial Ports #08 and #17”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile / CV
- Annex IIIa:Price schedule
- Annex IIIb: cost breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 17.00 CEST on 10 July 2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals shall be submitted by e-mail to: kristel.jeanmart@iter.org and copied to jongeun.lee@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Reference to the Section # in the Technical Specifications Related Documents to be submitted by Tenderers Points
1 At least 5 years' professional experiences in mechanical engineering (CATIA v5) and mechanical integration of complex systems in nuclear area, where Human Occupational Factor and Ergonomics play an important role TS Sections 6.2,6.3, 6.4, 6.5 Experience Profile / CV 20
2 Experince in writing of technical documents (design description, loads specification, maintenance plan, assembly plan, etc) TS Sections 6.2,6.3, 6.4, 6.5 Experience Profile / CV 5
3 Experience (at least 2 years) in the design of Remote Handling compatible devices and system components TS Sections 6.2,6.3, 6.4 Experience Profile / CV 15
4 Experience (at least 2 years) in the design and integration of high vacuum systems, preferably for radiation/nuclear environment (accelerators, neutron sources, etc) TS Sections 6.2,6.3, 6.4 Experience Profile / CV 15
5 Preliminary quality plan TS Sections 6.2,6.3, 6.4, 13 Preliminary quality plan 5
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 688: IO/20/CFT/70000588/ABN
“Supply of Cables in the Tokamak Complex”


Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to nominate companies, institutions or other entities that are capable of “Supply of Cables in the Tokamak Complex” as specified in the provided Technical Summary..

The potential Candidates should have a recognized level of expertise, competence and references in the field mentioned above. The ITER Organization will invite them to prequalify.

Suitable candidates shall express their interest by duly filling-in the attached Company Info Template. and sending it to ITER-Calls@f4e.europa.eu, quoting the appropriate reference number of this Call for Nominations, no later than 08/07/2020.

F4E will send a confirmation to Nominated Companies within two (2) days after the deadline indicated above. Should you not receive such confirmation, please contact F4E immediately, by calling the following number: +34 93 320 1800.


REF 687: Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/10019200/KJT
“Remote refurbishment of diagnostic integrated ports and tenants”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Remote refurbishment of diagnostic integrated ports and tenants”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile / CV
- Annex III:Price schedule and cost breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 16.00 CEST on 13 July 2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals shall be submitted by e-mail to: kristel.jeanmart@iter.org and copied to jongeun.lee@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Reference to the Section # in the Technical Specifications Points
1 Demonstrated experience in mechanical engineering 10 15
2 Demonstrated experience in Remote Handling/ maintenance 10 15
3 Demonstrated experience in application of French Nuclear Safety regulations 10 10
4 Demonstrated experience in interface management 10 10
5 Schematics definition 10 10
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 686: IO/20/C4T/19159/PMT
"Vacuum Vessel In-Service Inspection. Work Package WP4. Design and Procurement of Acoustic Emission System for Three Upper Ports"


Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to nominate companies, institutions or other entities that are capable of "Vacuum Vessel In-Service Inspection. Work Package WP4. Design and Procurement of Acoustic Emission System for Three Upper Ports" as specified in the provided Technical Summary..

The potential Candidates should have a recognized level of expertise, competence and references in the field mentioned above. The ITER Organization will invite them to prequalify.

Suitable candidates shall express their interest by duly filling-in the attached Company Info Template. and sending it to ITER-Calls@f4e.europa.eu, quoting the appropriate reference number of this Call for Nominations, no later than 09/07/2020

F4E will send a confirmation to Nominated Companies within two (2) days after the deadline indicated above. Should you not receive such confirmation, please contact F4E immediately, by calling the following number: +34 93 320 1800.


REF 685: Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/10019163/KJT - CANCELLED
“Electrical Engineering support for diagnostic port integration”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Electrical Engineering support for diagnostic port integration”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile / CV
- Annex III:Price schedule and cost breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 16.00 CET on 10 July 2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals shall be submitted by e-mail to: kristel.jeanmart@iter.org and copied to jongeun.lee@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Reference to the Section # in the Technical Specifications Points
1 Demonstrated experience and knowledge in electrical engineering 5.1, 5.2 20
2 Demonstrated experience and knowledge in diagrams (single line diagram, cable diagram) 5.3 10
3 Demonstrated experience and knowledge in Ultra-High Vacuum (UHV) components and feedthroughs 5.2, 5.4 10
4 Demonstrated experience in integration of mechanical and electrical system 5.3 10
5 Communication and writing in English 5.4, 5.5, 9 10
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 684: Call for Expertise IO10019222/BBE /20/CFE/
“Mechanical design plan integration components”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Mechanical design plan integration components”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile / CV
- Annex III:Price schedule and cost breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 17.00 CET on 03 July 2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals shall be submitted by e-mail to: Brigitte.boutiere@iter.org and copied to Lijun.liu@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Reference to the Section # in the Technical Specifications Points
1 Minimum of 5 years’ experience in with CATIA Section 9 15
2 Knowledge of the ENOVIA PLM Section 9 10
3 Minimum of 5 years’ experience in Construction /Facilities Engineering Section 9 10
4 Experience of multidisciplinary and international team environment Section 9 10
5 Knowledge of Quality Assurance systems and their practical application Section 9 15
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 683: Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/10019133/BBE
“In-vessel Diagnostics finalisation and implementation”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “In-vessel Diagnostics finalisation and implementation”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile / CV
- Annex III:Price schedule and cost breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 17.00 CET on 03 July 2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals shall be submitted by e-mail to: Brigitte.boutiere@iter.org and copied to Lijun.liu@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Reference to the Section # in the Technical Specifications Points
1 Experience with design of Ultra High Vacuum (UHV) components and feedthroughs Section 6.1 15
2 Experience with organisation and oversight of component installation in complex engineering environments Section 6.2 15
3 Experience with transmission lines comprising multiple components Section 6.4 10
4 Experience of design management and design review processes Section 6 10
5 Experience with fusion plasma diagnostic systems Section 6 10
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 682: Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/10019141/BBE
“System engineering expertise for the Port Plug Test Facility (PPTF)”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “System engineering expertise for the Port Plug Test Facility (PPTF)”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile / CV
- Annex III:Price schedule and cost breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 17.00 CET on 02 July 2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals shall be submitted by e-mail to: Brigitte.boutiere@iter.org and copied to Lijun.liu@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Reference to the Section # in the Technical Specifications Points
1 3 years minimum of experience in system engineering Section 10 20
2 3 years of experience in designing complex systems Section 10 10
3 3 years of experience in designing or operating nuclear facilities Section 10 10
4 3 years’ experience in remote handling Section 10 5
5 3 years’ experience in mechanics Section 10 5
6 3 years’ experience in hydraulics Section 10 5
7 3 years’ experience in vacuum Section 10 5
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 681: IO/20/CFT/19004/FMR
“Supply and Installation of a lightweight temporary warehouse (B73.3)”


Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to nominate companies, institutions or other entities that are capable of “Supply and Installation of a lightweight temporary warehouse (B73.3)” as specified in the provided Technical Summary..

The potential Candidates should have a recognized level of expertise, competence and references in the field mentioned above. The ITER Organization will invite them to prequalify.

Suitable candidates shall express their interest by duly filling-in the attached Company Info Template. and sending it to ITER-Calls@f4e.europa.eu, quoting the appropriate reference number of this Call for Nominations, no later than 17/06/2020.

F4E will send a confirmation to Nominated Companies within two (2) days after the deadline indicated above. Should you not receive such confirmation, please contact F4E immediately, by calling the following number: +34 93 320 1800.


REF 680: IO/20/OT/70000574/SMA
Prior Indicative Notice (PIN):
"Commissioning and daily inspections of scaffoldings structures”


The ITER Organization intends to launch an Open Tender process in the coming weeks, in accordance with the details provided in the attached Prior Indicative Notice (PIN) summary..

The advance notification is to alert companies, institutions or other eligible entities to the forth-coming tender, and provide information to promote healthy competition, allowing interested parties time to decide whether to participate in the tender or not.

Please note that the present notice is valid until 01/06/2020.


REF 679: IO/20/CFT/7-546/LLU
“Erosion Deposition Monitor: PDR, FDR and Manufacturing”


Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to nominate companies, institutions or other entities that are capable of providing “Erosion Deposition Monitor: PDR, FDR and Manufacturing” as specified in the provided Technical Summary..

The potential Candidates should have a recognized level of expertise, competence and references in the field mentioned above. The ITER Organization will invite them to prequalify.

Suitable candidates shall express their interest by duly filling-in the attached Company Info Template. and sending it to ITER-Calls@f4e.europa.eu, quoting the appropriate reference number of this Call for Nominations, no later than 11/06/2020.

F4E will send a confirmation to Nominated Companies within two (2) days after the deadline indicated above. Should you not receive such confirmation, please contact F4E immediately, by calling the following number: +34 93 320 1800.


REF 678: PIN for Open Tender request for Supply and Installation of water testing laboratory
"Supply and Installation of Water Testing Laboratory”


The ITER Organization intends to launch an Open Tender process in the coming weeks, in accordance with the details provided in the attached Prior Indicative Notice (PIN) summary.

The advance notification is to alert companies, institutions or other eligible entities to the forth-coming tender, providing some introductory information and allowing interested parties to express their interest by filling in the Expression of Interest & PIN Acknowledgment Form (Annex I).

Interested candidates shall return the duly completed Expression of Interest & PIN Acknowledgment form (Annex I) by e-mail, quoting the appropriate reference number, to Virginie.Michel@iter.org and copy to Yo.Maeda@iter.org no later than Thursday 28th of May 2020.


REF 677: Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/10019110/BBE
“CAD for Port Plug Drawings building interfaces and in-vessel components”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “CAD for Port Plug Drawings building interfaces and in-vessel components”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile / CV
- Annex III:Price schedule and cost breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 17.00 CET on 15 June 2020.

Address for submission of proposals
Proposals should be submitted by e-mail to: Brigitte.boutiere@iter.org and copied to Lijun.liu@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Reference to the Section # in the Technical Specifications Points
1 1 Minimum of 5 years of experience in CATIA software Section 6, 10 and 14 15
2 Minimum of 3 years of experience in ENOVIA software Section 6, 10 and 14 15
3 Mminimum of 3 years’ experience in the production of type 2D drawings Section 10 and 14 10
4 3 years minimum of experience in mechanical design within large and technically complex environment Section 6, 10 10
5 Knowledge of codes and standards applicable to mechanical design Section 10 10
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 676: Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/10019102/BBE
“CAD and Engineering support of In-vessel and Ex-Vessel Diagnostics”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “CAD and Engineering support of In-vessel and Ex-Vessel Diagnostics”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile / CV
- Annex III:Price schedule and cost breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 17.00 CET on 05 June 2020.

Address for submission of proposals
Proposals should be submitted by e-mail to: Brigitte.boutiere@iter.org and copied to Lijun.liu@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following:
Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Reference to the Section # in the Technical Specifications Points
1 At least 10-years’ experience of work in CATIA in preparing of CAD models for complex systems 6 8
2 Clear understanding of in-vessel environment, allocation of interfacing systems and design constraints for successful work for requested deliverables 8 18
3 Clear understanding of ex-vessel environment, allocation of interfacing systems and design constraints for successful work for requested deliverables 8 18
4 Excellent knowledge of ITER CAD rules and CAD manual 14 8
5 Design tool availability: CATIA for 3D modelling and 2D drawings 14 8
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 675: IO/20/CFN/19022/ACS
“In-Vessel Edge Local Mode Coils and Feeders (ELM-IVDF) Prototyping and Tooling Manufacturing”


Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to nominate companies, institutions or other entities that are capable of providing “In-Vessel Edge Local Mode Coils and Feeders (ELM-IVDF) Prototyping and Tooling Manufacturing” as specified in the provided Technical Summary. and Procurement Summary.

The potential Candidates should have a recognized level of expertise, competence and references in the field mentioned above. The ITER Organization will invite them to prequalify.

Suitable candidates shall express their interest by duly filling-in the attached Company Info Template. and sending it to ITER-Calls@f4e.europa.eu, quoting the appropriate reference number of this Call for Nominations, no later than 27/05/2020.

F4E will send a confirmation to Nominated Companies within two (2) days after the deadline indicated above. Should you not receive such confirmation, please contact F4E immediately, by calling the following number: +34 93 320 1800.


REF 674: IO/20/CFT/7-0563/JPK
“Framework Service Contract Engineering Support to the ITER Organization for the ITER Fuel Cycle”


Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to nominate companies, institutions or other entities that are capable of providing “Framework Service Contract Engineering Support to the ITER Organization for the ITER Fuel Cycle” as specified in the provided Technical Summary.

The potential Candidates should have a recognized level of expertise, competence and references in the field mentioned above. The ITER Organization will invite them to prequalify.

Suitable candidates shall express their interest by duly filling-in the attached Company Info Template. and sending it to ITER-Calls@f4e.europa.eu, quoting the appropriate reference number of this Call for Nominations, no later than 04/06/2020.

F4E will send a confirmation to Nominated Companies within two (2) days after the deadline indicated above. Should you not receive such confirmation, please contact F4E immediately, by calling the following number: +34 93 320 1800.


REF 673: IO/20/CFT/7-555/ERA
“CODAC Core System Software Maintenance Services”


Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to nominate companies, institutions or other entities that are capable of providing “CODAC Core System Software Maintenance Services” as specified in the provided Technical Summary.

The potential Candidates should have a recognized level of expertise, competence and references in the field mentioned above. The ITER Organization will invite them to prequalify.

Suitable candidates shall express their interest by duly filling-in the attached Company Info Template. and sending it to ITER-Calls@f4e.europa.eu, quoting the appropriate reference number of this Call for Nominations, no later than 26/05/2020.

F4E will send a confirmation to Nominated Companies within two (2) days after the deadline indicated above. Should you not receive such confirmation, please contact F4E immediately, by calling the following number: +34 93 320 1800.


REF 672: IO/20/CFT/7-554/ERA
“CODAC Core System User Support Services”


Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to nominate companies, institutions or other entities that are capable of providing “CODAC Core System User Support Services” as specified in the provided Technical Summary.

The potential Candidates should have a recognized level of expertise, competence and references in the field mentioned above. The ITER Organization will invite them to prequalify.

Suitable candidates shall express their interest by duly filling-in the attached Company Info Template. and sending it to ITER-Calls@f4e.europa.eu, quoting the appropriate reference number of this Call for Nominations, no later than 21/05/2020.

F4E will send a confirmation to Nominated Companies within two (2) days after the deadline indicated above. Should you not receive such confirmation, please contact F4E immediately, by calling the following number: +34 93 320 1800.


REF 671: Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/10018766/KJT
“Human and Organizational Factor of Equatorial Ports #8 and #17”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Human and Organizational Factor of Equatorial Ports #8 and #17”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile / CV
- Annex III:Price schedule and cost breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment
- Clarification

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 16.00 CEST on 29 May 2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals should be submitted by e-mail to: Kristel.Jeanmart@iter.org and copied to Jongeun.Lee@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Points
1 The contractor shall demonstrate the qualifications of the HOF specialists with the degree in Human & Organization Factors / Ergonomics 10
2 The contractor shall have at least 5 years of working experience in the hazard industry and being familiar with the safety demonstration / safety cases 10
3 The contractor shall be familiar with system engineering approach and with Human Factors and Ergonomics (HFE) methods and techniques for highly complex industrial/experimental systems 15
4 The contractor shall have performed the HFE activities for the design of workplaces for maintenance/local operations on installations 15
5 The contractor shall have strong experience in nuclear engineering environment (knowledge of off the shelf equipment, handling equipment, automatic robotic systems, I&C components, mechanical manufacturability…) 10
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 670: Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/10018888/JLE
“Maintenance of Port-based Diagnostic Systems”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Maintenance of Port-based Diagnostic Systems”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile / CV
- Annex III:Price schedule and cost breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

- Clarification
- Clarification 2

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 17.00 CEST on 15 May 2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals should be submitted by e-mail to: Jongeun.Lee@iter.org and copied to Kristel.Jeanmart@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Corresponding section in the technical specification ref 37BY2Y_v1.1 Related Documents to be submitted by Tenderers Points
1 Technical capability for maintenance engineer in nuclear installations including:
Experience in interpretation of neutronics/shutdown dose rate analysis;
Experience in mechanical engineering;
Experience in Remote Handling/maintenance;
Experience in application of French Nuclear Safety regulations;
Experience in interface management.
TS Section 6, 7, 8, 10, 15 Technical offer including an implementation/ management/ quality plan
Experience Profile / CV
10
2 At least 5 years' professional experiences in RH/maintenance field which can cover deliverables requested in technical specifications TS Section 8 Experience Profile / CV 5
3 Prior knowledge of ITER systems and procedures for maintenance TS Section 6 Experience Profile / CV 10
4 Fluent written and spoken English TS Section 10 Experience Profile / CV 10
5 Preliminary Quality Plan to execute the work TS Section 13 Preliminary Quality Plan 5
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 669: IO/20/CFT/18927/JPK
“Procurement of two Water Decay Tanks”


Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to nominate companies, institutions or other entities that are capable of providing “Procurement of two Water Decay Tanks” as specified in the provided Technical Summary.

The potential Candidates should have a recognized level of expertise, competence and references in the field mentioned above. The ITER Organization will invite them to prequalify.

Suitable candidates shall express their interest by duly filling-in the attached Company Info Template. and sending it to ITER-Calls@f4e.europa.eu, quoting the appropriate reference number of this Call for Nominations, no later than 21/05/2020.

F4E will send a confirmation to Nominated Companies within two (2) days after the deadline indicated above. Should you not receive such confirmation, please contact F4E immediately, by calling the following number: +34 93 320 1800.


REF 668: IO/20/CFT/70000543/JGO
”Supply Contract for Procurement of Lot 5 Control Valves”


Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to nominate companies, institutions or other entities that are capable of providing "Supply Contract for Procurement of Lot 5 Control Valves” as specified in the provided Technical Summary.

The potential Candidates should have a recognized level of expertise, competence and references in the field mentioned above. The ITER Organization will invite them to prequalify.

Suitable candidates shall express their interest by duly filling-in the attached Company Info Template. and sending it to ITER-Calls@f4e.europa.eu, quoting the appropriate reference number of this Call for Nominations, no later than 11/05/2020.

F4E will send a confirmation to Nominated Companies within two (2) days after the deadline indicated above. Should you not receive such confirmation, please contact F4E immediately, by calling the following number: +34 93 320 1800.


REF 667: IO/20/CFT/7-549/LLU
”Engineering and Supply Framework Contract for Density Interferometer Polarimeter (DIP) FDR and up to SAT”


Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to nominate companies, institutions or other entities that are capable of providing "Engineering and Supply Framework Contract for Density Interferometer Polarimeter (DIP) FDR and up to SAT” as specified in the provided Technical Summary.

The potential Candidates should have a recognized level of expertise, competence and references in the field mentioned above. The ITER Organization will invite them to prequalify.

Suitable candidates shall express their interest by duly filling-in the attached Company Info Template. and sending it to ITER-Calls@f4e.europa.eu, quoting the appropriate reference number of this Call for Nominations, no later than 23/04/2020.

F4E will send a confirmation to Nominated Companies within two (2) days after the deadline indicated above. Should you not receive such confirmation, please contact F4E immediately, by calling the following number: +34 93 320 1800.


REF 666: IO/20/CFT/7-541/LLU
”Diagnostic Infrastructure Development and Engineering Services”


Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to nominate companies, institutions or other entities that are capable of providing "Diagnostic Infrastructure Development and Engineering Services” as specified in the provided Technical Summary.

The potential Candidates should have a recognized level of expertise, competence and references in the field mentioned above. The ITER Organization will invite them to prequalify.

Suitable candidates shall express their interest by duly filling-in the attached Company Info Template. and sending it to ITER-Calls@f4e.europa.eu, quoting the appropriate reference number of this Call for Nominations, no later than 22/04/2020.

F4E will send a confirmation to Nominated Companies within two (2) days after the deadline indicated above. Should you not receive such confirmation, please contact F4E immediately, by calling the following number: +34 93 320 1800.


REF 665: Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/10018755/BBE
“Detail design of Quartz and Sapphire windows”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Detail design of Quartz and Sapphire windows”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile / CV
- Annex III:Price schedule and cost breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms and Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property
- Annex VIII:Confidentiality Commitment

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 17.00 CET on 20 April 2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals should be submitted by e-mail to: Brigitte.boutiere@iter.org and copied to lijun.liu@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Criteria description Corresponding section in the technical specification ref 2X2B2Q V1.0 Points
1 Technical capability for window design development including: Experience and knowledge in design development of glass (or ceramic) to metal diffusion bonding
Experience and knowledge in design of optical component
Experience and knowledge in AR coating
Experience and knowledge in RCC-MR for window structural part design
Experience and knowledge in system engineering for interface management
6.2.1, 6.2.2, 6.2.3 20
2 Understanding of ITER window design requirement: Nuclear safety requirement
Vacuum requirement
Physical and functional interface with diagnostic system and port integration
ITER loading conditions for window
6.2.1, 6.2.2, 6.2.3 5
3 Quality of Technical proposal for Quartz/sapphire window final design, including instrumentation (ECH sensor, thermocouple), thermal insulation and AR coating 6.2.2 20
4 Allocated resource-load schedule for project execution: sufficient manpower, suitable qualified engineer 7.1 10
5 Design tool availability: CATIA for 3D modelling and 2D drawings, Thermomechanical analysis tool for design development (ANSYS is preferable) 6.2.2, 7.1 5
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.
Interviews – The IO reserves the right to invite candidates to interviews.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.



REF 664: Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/10018790/RIA
“Engineering Support for 4D planning, preparation and documentation for the site assembly of Tokamak components in Worksite 1 - Senior Mechanical Engineer”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Engineering Support for 4D planning, preparation and documentation for the site assembly of Tokamak components in Worksite 1 - Senior Mechanical Engineer”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification ref 2TCXD7_v1.1
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile / CV
- Annex III:Price schedule and cost breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms & Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 16.00 CET on 14 April 2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals should be submitted by e-mail to: Martina.Benkovska@iter.org and copied to Rosilennys.Inoa@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Technical Evaluation Criteria Points
1 At least 4 years’ professional experience in the development of assembly concepts and process, and the design and manufacturing of the corresponding assembly tools 7.5
2 At least 2 years of professional experience in 4D planning, using Synchro software to create models, using input data from Primavera and 3D models from CATIA v5; Using Synchro models to propose improvements to avoid clashes / bottlenecks 13
3 At least 3 years’ professional experience of the assembly of tokamaks, or very similar experience involving large and heavy components, precision alignment, ultra-high vacuum and clean conditions 7.5
4 Proven ability to autonomously conduct assembly studies, identify improvements, resolve issues, and produce clear documentation 10
5 Detailed knowledge of tolerances and large volume metrology 5
6 Prior knowledge of the ITER tokamak assembly would be a definite advantage 4
7 Fluent written a spoken English 3
8 Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering 10
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.
Interviews – The IO reserves the right to invite candidates to interviews.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.


REF 663: Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/10018838/MBA
“Engineering Support for 4D planning, preparation and documentation for the site assembly of Tokamak components in Worksite 1 4D Senior Planning Engineer”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Engineering Support for 4D planning, preparation and documentation for the site assembly of Tokamak components in Worksite 1 4D Senior Planning Engineer”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification ref 2TCXD7
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile / CV
- Annex III:Price schedule and cost breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms & Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 16.00 CET on 14 April 2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals should be submitted by e-mail to: Martina.Benkovska@iter.org and copied to Rosilennys.Inoa@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Technical Evaluation Criteria Points
1 At least 4 years’ project management experience 7.5
2 At least 4 years’ of professional experience in 4D planning, including the development and use of Synchro models, using input data from Primavera and 3D models and relate data management / version control. 13
3 At least 4 years' scheduling / planning experience on complex, multi-disciplinary projects using Primavera 7.5
4 At least 4 years’ experience working on large industrial worksite projects 5
5 Proven ability to conduct analyses and create reports and propose improvements based on 4D simulations 10
6 Bachelor's degree in a technical subject 10
7 Fluent written a spoken English 3
8 Prior knowledge of the ITER project would be an advantage 4
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.
Interviews – The IO reserves the right to invite candidates to interviews.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.


REF 662: Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/10018690/BBE
“Nuclear Engineering expertise for the Port Plug test Facility (PPTF)”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Nuclear Engineering expertise for the Port Plug test Facility (PPTF)”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification ref 2V6SJG
- Annex II: Technical Experience Profile / CV
- Annex III:Price schedule and cost breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms & Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 17.00 CET on 13 April 2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals should be submitted by e-mail to: Brigitte.boutiere@iter.org and copied to Lijun.liu@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Technical Evaluation Criteria Points
1 Biphasic flow software choice to dimension the pressure suppression system 10
2 5 years minimum of experience in using biphasic flow software 15
3 Ability to model the pressure suppression system (technical proposal or experience of similar tasks) 10
4 3 years minimum of experience in designing or operating nuclear facilities 10
5 Ability to implement ALARA approach 5
6 Expertise in nuclear waste 5
7 Expertise in decommissioning/dismantling 5
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members)
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

On 31 January 2020, the UK left the EU and EURATOM with a transition period from 01 February to 31 December 2020 to be used to determine the conditions of their future relationship. EURATOM is the ITER Member and the withdrawal of the UK from EURATOM leads to the fact that UK is not anymore party to the ITER project. Until the 31 December 2020, current end date of the transition period, UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures.


REF 661: IO/19/CFN/18685/JPA
”Design and manufacturing of the VV PHTS and Drying System FILTERS”


Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to nominate companies, institutions or other entities that are capable of providing "Design and manufacturing of the VV PHTS and Drying System FILTERS” as specified in the provided Technical Summary.

The potential Candidates should have a recognized level of expertise, competence and references in the field mentioned above. The ITER Organization will invite them to prequalify.

Suitable candidates shall express their interest by duly filling-in the attached Company Info Template. and sending it to ITER-Calls@f4e.europa.eu, quoting the appropriate reference number of this Call for Nominations, no later than 29/03/2020.

F4E will send a confirmation to Nominated Companies within two (2) days after the deadline indicated above. Should you not receive such confirmation, please contact F4E immediately, by calling the following number: +34 93 320 1800.


REF 660: IO/20/CFT/7-497/LLU
“Supply of Components, Prototypes, and Tests for ITER Diagnostic Systems”


Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to nominate companies, institutions or other entities that are capable of providing "Supply of Components, Prototypes, and Tests for ITER Diagnostic Systems” as specified in the provided Technical Summary.

The potential Candidates should have a recognized level of expertise, competence and references in the field mentioned above. The ITER Organization will invite them to prequalify.

Suitable candidates shall express their interest by duly filling-in the attached Company Info Template. and sending it to ITER-Calls@f4e.europa.eu, quoting the appropriate reference number of this Call for Nominations, no later than 03/04/2020.

F4E will send a confirmation to Nominated Companies within two (2) days after the deadline indicated above. Should you not receive such confirmation, please contact F4E immediately, by calling the following number: +34 93 320 1800.


REF 659: IO/20/CFT/10018657
”Procurement of First Plasma Protection Components”


Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to nominate companies, institutions or other entities that are capable of providing "First Plasma Protection Components” as specified in the provided Technical Summary.

The potential Candidates should have a recognized level of expertise, competence and references in the field mentioned above. The ITER Organization will invite them to prequalify.

Suitable candidates shall express their interest by duly filling-in the attached Company Info Template. and sending it to ITER-Calls@f4e.europa.eu, quoting the appropriate reference number of this Call for Nominations, no later than 22/03/2020.

F4E will send a confirmation to Nominated Companies within two (2) days after the deadline indicated above. Should you not receive such confirmation, please contact F4E immediately, by calling the following number: +34 93 320 1800.


REF 658: IO/20/CFT/18653/JPK
”Procurement of Optical Fiber Feedthroughs”


Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to nominate companies, institutions or other entities that are capable of providing "Procurement of Optical Fiber Feedthroughs” as specified in the provided Technical Summary.

The potential candidates should have a recognized level of expertise, competence and references in the field mentioned above. Following receipt of the nominated entities, the ITER Organization will invite them to prequalify.

Suitable candidates shall express their interest quoting the appropriate reference number of this call for nominations and their contact information (i.e. company name, full address (no post box, please), contact person, telephone and fax number, e-mail address and web page) by e-mail to ITER-Calls@f4e.europa.eu and no later than 18th of March 2020.

After you have sent your expression of interest, F4E will send you a confirmation of receipt within two (2) days after the deadline indicated above, 18 March 2020. Should you not receive such a confirmation of receipt, please contact F4E immediately calling the following number: +34 93 320 1800.


REF 657: Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/10018634/MBA
“Thermal Shield flow and thermal analysis update”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Thermal Shield flow and thermal analysis update”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification ref 2KL73P
- Annex I.a: additional documents
- Annex II:Technical Experience Profile / CV
- Annex III:Price schedule and cost breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms & Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 16.00 CET Tuesday 20 March 2020.

Address for submission of proposals (as one single pdf file)
Proposals should be submitted by e-mail to: Martina.Benkovska@iter.org and copied to Philippe.Mousset@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points. The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Technical Evaluation Criteria Points
1 Clear understanding of the scope of work 5
2 Availability of experienced and trained resources to perform the tasks; profiles must be accredited by CVs 10
3 Skills and experience in FE thermal analysis with Ansys including experience on analysis involving thermal radiation 20
4 Skills and experience in flow analysis of large and complex hydraulic networks, including the use of specific software with preference on EcosimPro 20
5 Skills and experience producing technical reports and analysis related documentation with high quality in English writing 5
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered.
Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members),
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

The UK is not a party to the ITER Agreement but to EURATOM Treaty. The draft Withdrawal Agreement between the EU and the UK provides that the provisions of the EURATOM treaty continue to apply to and in the UK for a transition period following its withdrawal from the EU and EURATOM. If the Withdrawal Agreement is not ratified (a no-deal Brexit), the EURATOM Treaty ceases to apply to and in the UK on the withdrawal date.

Until the Withdrawal Date, the UK remains a full member of the EU and EURATOM and until that date UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures. In case they are selected, a Brexit clause is included in the contract. Likewise during the Transition period UK entities may participate in IO procurement procedures.

After the end of the Transition Period, when the EURATOM Treaty ceases to apply to and in the UK, any UK entities bidding as a prime contractor or consortium partner, will be rejected from the IO procurement procedures. UK entities will no longer be recognised as entities of an ITER Member and will no longer have the right to participate in IO procurement procedures, unless the UK has entered into an Agreement with EURATOM. Where UK entities can demonstrate a unique and specific competence in a certain field, the IO, with approval of the ITER Council, may also allow them to participate in a procurement procedure.


REF 656: Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/10018635/MBA
“Senior Engineer for TF Structure and Coil Manufacture Follow-up”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Senior Engineer for TF Structure and Coil Manufacture Follow-up”

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter
- Annex I: Technical Specification ref. YWQWR3
- Annex II:Technical Experience Profile / CV
- Annex III:Price schedule and cost breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms & Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: 16.00 CET Tuesday 13 March 2020.

Address for submission of proposals
Proposals should be submitted by e-mail to: Martina.Benkovska@iter.org and copied to Philippe.Mousset@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points.The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification.

The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Ref.Criteria Technical Evaluation Criteria Points
1 At least 1 year experience in technical review and assessment of manufacturing and testing documents (plans, drawings, procedures, manufacturing and inspection plans, as-built drawings) for superconducting magnet and their structures. 15
2 At least 2 year experience in design and specification of large and heavy welded stainless-steel structures and superconducting magnets designed to operate at cryogenic temperatures, including applicable standards (ASME, etc.) 15
3 Basic knowledge of Continuous External Rogowski (CER) installation 10
4 Basic knowledge of error field calculation of superconducting magnets. 15
5 International experience in the field of superconducting magnet installation 5
TOTAL 60

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered. Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members),
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

The UK is not a party to the ITER Agreement but to EURATOM Treaty. The draft Withdrawal Agreement between the EU and the UK provides that the provisions of the EURATOM treaty continue to apply to and in the UK for a transition period following its withdrawal from the EU and EURATOM. If the Withdrawal Agreement is not ratified (a no-deal Brexit), the EURATOM Treaty ceases to apply to and in the UK on the withdrawal date.

Until the Withdrawal Date, the UK remains a full member of the EU and EURATOM and until that date UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures. In case they are selected, a Brexit clause is included in the contract. Likewise during the Transition period UK entities may participate in IO procurement procedures.

After the end of the Transition Period, when the EURATOM Treaty ceases to apply to and in the UK, any UK entities bidding as a prime contractor or consortium partner, will be rejected from the IO procurement procedures. UK entities will no longer be recognised as entities of an ITER Member and will no longer have the right to participate in IO procurement procedures, unless the UK has entered into an Agreement with EURATOM. Where UK entities can demonstrate a unique and specific competence in a certain field, the IO, with approval of the ITER Council, may also allow them to participate in a procurement procedure.


REF 655: IO/20/CFT/70000534/APA
”Construction and Vacuum Engineering Support to the ITER Project”


Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to nominate companies, institutions or other entities that are capable of providing "Construction and Vacuum Engineering Support to the ITER Project” as specified in the provided Technical Summary.

The potential candidates should have a recognized level of expertise, competence and references in the field mentioned above. Following receipt of the nominated entities, the ITER Organization will invite them to prequalify.

Suitable candidates shall express their interest quoting the appropriate reference number of this call for nominations and their contact information (i.e. company name, full address (no post box, please), contact person, telephone and fax number, e-mail address and web page) by e-mail to ITER-Calls@f4e.europa.eu and no later than 01 March 2020.

After you have sent your expression of interest, F4E will send you a confirmation of receipt within two (2) days after the deadline indicated above, 01 March 2020. Should you not receive such a confirmation of receipt, please contact F4E immediately calling the following number: +34 93 320 1800.


REF 654: Call for Expertise IO/20/CFE/10018509/YMA
“Project Manager for the Implementation of a New E-Procurement System”



Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to request companies, institutions and other eligible entities to submit their offers for the “Project Manager for the Implementation of a New E-Procurement System”.

Interested companies, institutions and other entities shall propose their candidacy in accordance with the following documents:

- Invitation Letter IO
- Annex I: Technical Specification ref. 27KELD v. 1.2
- Annex II:Technical Experience Profile / CV
- Annex III:Price schedule and cost breakdown
- Annex IV:Statement of exclusivity and availability
- Annex V:Draft Special Conditions Service Contract
- Annex VI:ITER General Terms & Conditions for Service Contracts version 2014
- Annex VII:Declaration of Background Intellectual Property

Documents required with your proposal:

Tenderers must provide their own version of a proposal. As a minimum, the list of documents required is as follows:

Technical offer including an implementation/management/quality plan - dated and signed
Experience Profile / CV
Financial Proposal — to be submitted dated and signed as a separate pdf doc.
Statement of Exclusivity & Availability - duly signed & returned.
IP / Declaration of background (BIP) - duly signed & returned

All documents submitted by the Tenderer shall become the property of the ITER Organization, and shall be considered strictly confidential.

Deadline for submission of proposals
The time & date for receipt of proposals is: Tuesday 3 March 2020.

Address for submission of proposals
Proposals should be submitted by e-mail to: Yo.Maeda@iter.org and copied to KristeI.Jeanmart@iter.org

Evaluation Process & Contract Award:

Proposals will be evaluated by an impartial, professionally competent technical Evaluation Committee of the ITER Organisation. A contract will be awarded on the basis of best value for money according to the following: Technical Content - 60 points.The tenderer must provide details demonstrating their knowledge and experience in the required subject, including a description of how they propose to carry out the work/deliverables in accordance with the technical specification. The Evaluation Committee shall evaluate the information provided in the bidder’s technical proposal in relation to the key criteria areas. No other criteria will be used.

Evaluation Criteria:

Technical Evaluation Criteria
Project Management Experience
- Has at least 10-year experience in Project management.
- Possesses PMP/Prince 2 or equivalent experience in Project Management.
- Has proven ability to initiate programs with limited definition, identify a path, change direction when necessary, communicate progress and break through resistance when necessary.
Procurement Experience
- Demonstrates understanding and experience in Purchasing practices specific to bidding, tendering RFP’s, RFQ’s, negotiations and contracts.
- Demonstrates Strategic thinking skills including an ability to make sound business judgments related to strategic supply philosophies and initiatives.
- Demonstrates Experience in the implementation of E-Procurement System.
- Has experience of design and implementation of Purchase to Pay business processes in an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) environment.
Team work / Stakeholder Management
- Demonstrates excellent stakeholder management skills.
- Has experience in team management and working collaboratively cross functionally within a complex working environment with multiple internal and external stakeholders, as relevant to the role.
Other Qualifications
- Fluent in English.
- Demonstrates experience in an International and multi-cultural environment.

Financial Offer - 40 points.The lowest priced financial offer will receive the maximum score of 40 points. All other financial offers will be divided into the lowest priced offer in turn (next highest) providing a score that is inversely proportionate to the price being offered. Following the completion of the evaluation process described above, the proposal with the highest score out of a maximum of 100 points will be deemed to represent the best value for money.

Interviews The IO reserves the right to invite candidates to interviews.

Eligibility

Tenderers from the following ITER Member States are eligible for tendering:

European Union including Switzerland (EURATOM Members),
Republic of India.
Japan,
People’s Republic of China,
Republic of Korea,
Russian Federation,
United States of America.

The ITER Organization reserves the right to broaden the eligibility to other countries if deemed appropriate.

The UK is not a party to the ITER Agreement but to EURATOM Treaty. The draft Withdrawal Agreement between the EU and the UK provides that the provisions of the EURATOM treaty continue to apply to and in the UK for a transition period following its withdrawal from the EU and EURATOM. If the Withdrawal Agreement is not ratified (a no-deal Brexit), the EURATOM Treaty ceases to apply to and in the UK on the withdrawal date.

Until the Withdrawal Date, the UK remains a full member of the EU and EURATOM and until that date UK entities retain the right to participate in IO procurement procedures. In case they are selected, a Brexit clause is included in the contract. Likewise during the Transition period UK entities may participate in IO procurement procedures.

After the end of the Transition Period, when the EURATOM Treaty ceases to apply to and in the UK, any UK entities bidding as a prime contractor or consortium partner, will be rejected from the IO procurement procedures. UK entities will no longer be recognised as entities of an ITER Member and will no longer have the right to participate in IO procurement procedures, unless the UK has entered into an Agreement with EURATOM. Where UK entities can demonstrate a unique and specific competence in a certain field, the IO, with approval of the ITER Council, may also allow them to participate in a procurement procedure.

REF 653: IO/20/CFT/7-533-Plant/ERA
”CAD Design Engineering and Support to ITER's CAD environment/infrastructure in the Plant Area”


Fusion for Energy has been requested by the ITER Organization to nominate companies, institutions or other entities that are capable of providing "CAD Design Engineering and Support to ITER's CAD environment/infrastructure in the Plant Area” as specified in the provided Technical Summary. Supplementary information package is available for download here.

The potential candidates should have a recognized level of expertise, competence and references in the field mentioned above. Following receipt of the nominated entities, the ITER Organization will invite them to prequalify.

Suitable candidates shall express their interest quoting the appropriate reference number of this call for nominations and their contact information (i.e. company name, full address (no post box, please), contact person, telephone and fax number, e-mail address and web page) by e-mail to ITER-Calls@f4e.europa.eu and no later than 19th of February 2020.

After you have sent your expression of interest, F4E will send you a confirmation of receipt within two (2) days after the deadline indicated above, 19th of February 2020. Should you not receive such a confirmation of receipt, please contact F4E immediately calling the following number: +34 93 320 1800.


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