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August 16, 2022

RON 110.8 M health card tender resumes

The National Printing Company (CNIN) has resumed the tender on introduction of the electronic health insurance card, a contract worth an estimated RON 110.8 M, including the Value Added Tax (VAT), after the assigning procedure was cancelled following a complaint filed by Ericsson Romania, Mediafax reported, quoting the announcement posted on the website www.e-licitatie.ro. According to the source quoted, the offer submission deadline expires on Oct 20, 09.00 am, with the bids going to be opened one hour later. The participation guarantee equals RON 1.7 M, adding to which is a good execution guarantee of 5 pc of the contract value (RON 89.36 m), not including the VAT. The nine-month contract since assignment date will be financed out of the company’s own pocket. Registered bidders must bring proof of a business turnover in the past three years of at least RON 170 M, according to the tender book. In July, CNCS scrapped the tender on acquiring an IT solution for introduction of the electronic health insurance card, after Ericsson Teleco­mmunications Romania disputed the assigning procedure of the RON 110.1 M contract, including VAT.

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