Industrial Co-operation Contract (ICC)

If it is decided that an acquisition shall entail an industrial co-operation obligation, the foreign supplier must enter into an Industrial Co-operation Contract (ICC) with the Danish Business Authority before they may conclude a procurement contract with the Danish Armed Forces.

Any foreign suppliers involved in the Danish Armed Forces’ tender procedure are themselves responsible for contacting the Danish Business Authority (DBA) to enter into a conditional ICC. The tender material from DALO will notify the suppliers to do so.

The supplier must enter into a conditional ICC with the Danish Business Authority at least ten days before the supplier can enter into a contract with the Danish Armed Forces concerning the specific procurement.

The conditional ICC does not enter into effect until the foreign supplier has entered into a procurement contract with the Danish Armed Forces.

For those suppliers not selected by the Danish Armed Forces, the conditional ICCs signed no longer apply once the Danish Armed Forces enter into a contract with the selected supplier.

The ICC will be established using the standard template:

Template for Industrial Co-operation Contract (ICC) (pdf)

Template for Industrial Co-operation Contract (ICC) for framework contracts (pdf)

 

 

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