• 28/05/2024 18:45

For the first time, the Kyiv City State Administration announced a tender worth more than UAH 410 million for the purchase of quadcopters for the Armed Forces of Ukraine

Kyiv plans to purchase 1,550 sets of DJI Mavic 3T and 950 sets of DJI Mavic 3E or equivalent.

Kyiv City State Administration for the first time announced a tender worth over 410 million UAH for the purchase of quadcopters < C> >For the first time through Prozorro, the Kiev City State Administration will hold a tender for the purchase of quadcopters for the Armed Forces of Ukraine using funds from the city budget.</p>
<p>The announcement of the tender was published on Prozorro on April 24.</p>
<p>The customer of the products is the Department of Municipal Security of the Kyiv City State Administration.</p>
<p>Submit proposals are possible until May 2. The KSCA plans to purchase 1,550 sets of DJI Mavic 3T or equivalent and 950 sets of DJI Mavic 3E or equivalent, which the winner of the tender must provide by August 31 of this year.</p>
<p>The KSCA plans to spend 414.00 on drones. 5 million UAH.</

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<li>In a comment to LB.ua, the municipal security department explained that the Kyiv City State Administration held a conciliation meeting with the Command of the Logistics Forces of the Ukrainian Armed Forces on specific types of UAVs that need to be purchased. “It is already known that these will be positions of large aircraft, even complexes, of domestic production. We are also clarifying orders for Maviks and FPV with other divisions,” the department noted. Read more about the purchase of drones for the Armed Forces of Ukraine from Kyiv in the LB.ua article.</li>
<li>Representatives of the public have already responded to the terms of the mentioned tender. Thus, Taras Kalita, an activist of the “Money for the Armed Forces of Ukraine” initiative, noted that the terms of the tender contain discriminatory requirements for participants. We are talking about certificates for the quality management system and requirements according to the DSTU EN ISO 9001:2018 standard. The latter, according to the activist, “cuts off the lion’s share of even those enterprises that have certified quality management systems from the tender.”</li>
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