As the winner of an international public procurement procedure, State Printing House Plc has signed a framework agreement for four years with the Central Office for Administrative and Electronic Public Services for the production and supply of election and referendum forms. The overall net amount of the treaty is HUF 3.5 billion.
State Printing House Plc has signed a framework agreement for 48 months with the Central Office for Administrative and Electronic Public Services. According to the agreement, the Company undertook to produce the security printing forms needed for the preparation and arrangement of national referendums, and election of European and national parliamentary, municipal and nationality and ethnical minority representatives for a net framework amount of HUF 3.5 billion at the most. Furthermore, the Company also supplies the equipment necessary for the arrangement of elections (urns, forms, writing materials) and ensures accessory security and logistical services.
The aim of the international public procurement tender announced by the office in May 2008 is that the printing conditions should be given for both elections and referendums in the next four-year period for the fastest organization. The first part of the public procurement procedure is finished by signing of the framework agreement which will be followed by contracting as a result of consultation processes before each election. In the frame of the orders, State Printing House Plc will produce the election forms for about 8.5 million citizens and ensures the supply, packaging and delivery of election technical materials, forms for 11.000 electoral districts.
State Printing House Plc has more decade long experience in the production of election forms and in the supply of the connected special security and logistic tasks. Among its international references, the Company has such great projects like the Hungarian elections and the production of different election forms for Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosovo in the last years.
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