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SUPPLY SOUTHAMPTON USER AGREEMENT

1. Introduction

1.1. This User Agreement between Capita Business Services Limited (“the Operator”), Southampton City Council (“the Buyer”) and the Supplier governs the access and use of the Supply Southampton portal (“the System”) by the Supplier to respond to an invitation from the Buyer to participate in a procurement exercise.

1.2. A procurement exercise may include a Pre-Qualification Questionnaire (PQQ), a Request for Information (RFI), an Invitation to Tender (ITT), an Invitation to Negotiate (ITN), a Request for Proposal (RFP), a Request for Quotation (RFQ) or an electronic Auction.

1.3. This procurement exercise is being managed by the Operator on behalf of the Buyer under a strategic services partnership. The contract between the Buyer and the Operator provides for tenders and all other information submitted in response to this procurement exercise to be treated as confidential by Capita to ensure competition is maintained, value for money is achieved and all bidders are treated equally and in a non-discriminatory way during the tendering and contract award procedures. The Buyer and the Operator will maintain a system of management processes, barriers, disciplines and confidentiality undertakings to ensure there is no conflict of interest in the procurement process and to prevent any disclosure to any Capita employee involved in submitting a tender for this procurement of any
confidential information from other bidders. Information submitted will not be used for any other purpose than the provision of services to the Operator under the strategic services partnership.

1.4. The System is provided by BravoSolution UK Ltd and operated by the Operator for procurement exercises for the Buyer. This User Agreement applies to the Supplier's and its Supplier Users’ access to and use of the System. The Supplier acknowledges that by a Supplier User accessing the System using the user ID and password provided by, or on behalf of the Operator, the Supplier agrees to be bound by this User Agreement.

1.5. The Supplier shall only use the System to respond to an invitation to participate in a procurement exercise in accordance with this User Agreement and any further rules expressed and presented in the System. In the event that there is any conflict between this User Agreement and any such further rules, then the provisions of such further rules shall take precedence over this User Agreement.

2. Access

2.1. The Operator grants to the Supplier, free of charge, access to the System by Supplier Users for the purpose of responding to any invitation to participate in a procurement exercise, subject to this User Agreement.
2.2. The Operator may immediately deny access to the System by the Supplier and/or one or more Supplier Users by giving notice in writing to the Supplier if any of the following events occur:

2.2.1. The Supplier commits a material breach of any of its obligations under this User Agreement; and

2.2.2. The Supplier fails to remedy, or persists in, any breach of any of its obligations under this User Agreement after having been notified in writing to remedy or desist such breach within a period of ten (10) Working Days.

2.3. Without prejudice to any of the Operator's or the Buyer’s other rights, the Operator reserves the right to suspend access to the System without notice for technical or legal reasons.

3. Registration

3.1. To be granted access to the System, the Supplier must register each person which the Supplier wishes to be a Supplier User by providing the required registration data and specifying a user ID and password.

3.2. Supplier User access will be activated by the Helpdesk following a check of registration data.

3.3. User ID and password are strictly personal to the Supplier User and non-transferable. The Supplier shall ensure that its Supplier Users do not divulge or disclose their user ID or password to third parties. In the event that the Supplier or a Supplier User becomes aware that a user ID and / or password may have been divulged, disclosed or discovered by any third party, they shall immediately notify the Helpdesk.

3.4. The Supplier shall designate an individual Supplier User to manage access to the System by other Supplier Users.

3.5. The Supplier must immediately inform the Helpdesk in the event that a Supplier User leaves its employment or no longer requires access to the System. The Operator retains the right to deactivate a Supplier User id and password if there has been no access for a period of sixty (60) days.

4. Invitation to Participate

4.1. The Operator shall send on behalf of the Buyer, through the System, an invitation to participate in a specific procurement exercise to appropriate Suppliers that have registered and been activated on the System as described in the User Agreement. Data and information relating to a specific procurement exercise shall be made available to invited Suppliers.

4.2. The Operator shall configure the System as appropriate for each procurement exercise. The selected configuration settings for a procurement exercise shall be displayed on the System for invited Suppliers to view. The Supplier acknowledges that by one of its Supplier Users participating in a procurement exercise on the System, the Supplier agrees to be bound by these configuration settings.

4.3. All material issued through the System in connection with this procurement shall remain the property of the Buyer or the Operator (as the case may be) and shall be used only for the purpose of this procurement.

5. Supplier's Obligations

5.1. The Supplier shall ensure that all its Supplier Users comply with this User Agreement.

5.2. The Supplier shall use all reasonable care and skill in performing its obligations under this User Agreement.

5.3. The Supplier shall provide its Supplier Users with the equipment and software needed to access and use the System.

5.4. The Supplier shall provide software to ensure the security of the System and use best endeavours to protect the System from viruses when being accessed and used by its Supplier Users.

5.5. The Supplier shall use the System for lawful and proper purposes only and shall, in any event, comply with all relevant laws, regulations and Codes of Practice within the UK or other jurisdiction from which Supplier Users access the System.

5.6. In particular, the Supplier agrees that it will not:

5.6.1. manipulate any information supplied on the System in a manner that would lead to inaccurate, misleading or discriminating presentation of information being displayed;

5.6.2. post, transmit or disseminate any information on or via the System which is or may be harmful, obscene, defamatory or otherwise illegal;

5.6.3. use the System in a manner which causes or may cause an infringement of the rights of any other; and

5.6.4. use any software, routine or device to interfere or attempt to interfere electronically or manually with the operation or functionality of the System, including uploading or making available files containing corrupt data or
viruses via whatever means.

5.7. The Supplier agrees that its Supplier Users shall act as authorised agents for and on behalf of the Supplier in submitting any response to any invitation to participate in a procurement exercise on the System.
5.8. The Supplier shall be responsible for any unauthorised, false or fraudulent response to any invitation to participate in a procurement that is submitted using one of its Supplier Users’ user id and password.

5.9. The Supplier represents and warrants that:

5.9.1. all information it provides will be accurate and complete and shall accurately represent the Supplier’s capabilities;

5.9.2. it shall have the right, through actual ownership or otherwise, to provide any product or service that is the subject of any response made by it to any invitation to participate in a procurement;

5.9.3. it has the ability to sell the product/service/works at the prices offered in any response made by it to any invitation to participate in a procurement and according to the relevant criteria specified by the Buyer in the relevant invitation to participate in a procurement.

5.10. The Supplier acknowledges that is deemed to understand fully the processes that the Council is required to follow under relevant European and UK legislation, particularly in relation to The Public Contracts Regulations
2006.

6. General Provisions for the Submission of Responses

6.1. Suppliers are expected to examine all of the file attachments published in the System, which indicate what information must be provided. Suppliers must provide all of the items of information requested in the procurement exercise.
Incomplete submission of the information requested; the use of inappropriate file formats (as set out from time to time in the System, as contained within each specific procurement exercise’s ‘QUALIFICATION ENVELOPE’); and the submission of information by the Supplier in file attachments that have been advised by the System as containing viruses shall entitle the Buyer to invalidate or reject the response to the procurement exercise.

6.2. All responses to any invitation to participate in a procurement exercise must be submitted through the System by the closing date and time as specified on the System.

6.3. Responses may be submitted through the System at any time up to the closing date and time as specified on the System.

6.4. Suppliers shall be entitled to submit one or more responses prior to the closing date and time. It is understood that the last response submitted prior to the closing date and time shall be the response that is considered by the Buyer in the evaluation and award process.

6.5. The Supplier agrees to keep any responses valid for a period of ninety (90) days from the closing date and time for the submission of responses, unless any other period is specified in the terms and conditions of the procurement exercise.

6.6. In the case of discrepancies, the last response (in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 6.4) submitted through the System shall prevail over the contents of a file, attachments and other documents made available by the Supplier during the procurement.

6.7. Responses will be opened by the Buyer (or where authorised by the Buyer, the Operator) in accordance with the opening procedures specified on the System for each procurement exercise.

7. Specific Provisions for Auctions

7.1. In the event of an Auction being conducted the Supplier acknowledges and accepts that the responses received in earlier stages of the procurement exercise may represent, upon the Buyer’s decision and following a notification to Suppliers, the initial bid by each Supplier in the Auction.

7.2. The Buyer shall be entitled to set an opening price and a reserve price for an Auction.

7.3. The configuration settings for the Auction as defined by the Buyer shall determine the closing time for each Auction.
The selected configuration settings for an Auction will be displayed on the System for Suppliers to view prior to the Auction.

7.4. All bids entered during an Auction are irrevocable except to the limited extent provided for in this Clause. Bids may be revoked by the Supplier only if the Supplier notifies the Operator immediately after the bid has been entered and then only if the bid revocation is accepted by the Buyer. If the Buyer does not agree to the bid revocation in such case, the bid will become binding in accordance with these Participation Rules.

7.5. The Buyer is not obliged to accept the lowest bid or any bid made during an Auction. If the Buyer decides to accept a bid, in accordance with the published evaluation criteria, the Buyer shall notify the Supplier that its bid has been accepted. Such notice shall be in writing and shall constitute the unqualified acceptance by the Buyer of the Supplier’s offer on the Buyer’s terms and conditions of contract as specified in the procurement exercise.

8. Amendments to a procurement exercise

8.1. The Supplier acknowledges that:

8.1.1 the Buyer reserves the right to:

8.1.1.1 suspend and re-open or cancel a procurement exercise or extend the closing date and time; and/or
8.1.1.2 vary or amend the details of a procurement exercise, at any time prior to the closing date and time for receipt of response by publication of a notification through the System (such notice may be given by the Operator) and without incurring any liability whatsoever; and

8.1.2 in the event of a suspension and subsequent re-opening of a procurement exercise, the procurement exercise will resume on the basis of the last response recorded by the Supplier through the System.

9. Notification of Award

9.1. Written Notification of Contract Award or otherwise will be made by the Buyer to the Supplier subsequent to the closing date and time and following evaluation of the Supplier’s response to the procurement exercise. Such Written Notification of Contract Award will be in accordance with Clause 18. No other notification of contract award or otherwise sent by the System shall in any way represent any obligation towards the Supplier on the part of the Buyer.

10. Intellectual Property Rights

10.1. All Intellectual Property Rights in the System are owned by, or are under licence to, the Buyer and/or the Operator.

10.2. The Supplier and its Supplier Users shall have no Intellectual Property Rights in the System, nor shall it have any rights to copy, adapt, modify or interfere with the System.
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0.3. The System may include both the Buyer's and Operator’s logo and/or trade mark. The Supplier acknowledges that it may not copy, use, or mask the Buyer's logo and/or trade marks which appear on the System without the prior consent of the respective Buyer or Operator.

11. Data Protection

11.1. In its use and access of the System, the Supplier shall comply with the Data Protection Act 1998 and all relevant regulations together with any codes of conduct and guidance issued by the Information Commissioner and it shall not do or cause or permit to be done anything which may cause or otherwise result in a breach by the Buyer of the same.

11.2. BravoSolution UK Ltd, on behalf of the Operator and the Buyer, will collect, hold and use personal data obtained from and about the Supplier Users pursuant to paragraph 3.1. The Supplier agrees to such data being collected, held and used in accordance with this User Agreement and its
obligations under the Data Protection Act 1998.

12. Limitation of Liability

12.1. Neither the Operator nor the Buyer nor the Supplier excludes or limits liability to the other for death or personal injury or any breach of any obligations implied by Section 12 of the Sale of Goods Act 1979 or Section 2 of the Supply of Goods and Services Act 1982 or for fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation.

12.2. In no event shall the Operator or the Buyer be liable to the Supplier for any direct loss, indirect loss or damages incurred by the Supplier arising from the use of the System caused by:

12.2.1. An event of Force Majeure that affects the availability and/or performance of the System;

12.2.2. Incorrect use by Supplier Users of the System;

12.2.3. Connectivity failures in respect of the equipment used by the Supplier Users;

12.2.4. Breakdown of the System for a period of time not exceeding 30 Working Days.

12.3. The Supplier acknowledges and accepts that:

12.3.1. The Operator and the Buyer reserves the right to interrupt and/or suspend the availability of the System and/or revoke access at any time by notice to the Supplier without incurring any liability;

12.3.2. The Operator provides the System on an ‘as is’ basis and ‘as available’ basis without any warranty of any kind;

12.3.3. The Operator and the Buyer does not accept any liability for any information or links on the System that may refer Supplier Users to external sources outside of the Operator’s and the Buyer’s reasonable control.

12.4. The Supplier will indemnify the Operator and the Buyer in full against all claims, demands, actions or proceedings (including legal and other professional advisers fees) made by any third party arising out of or in relation to the Supplier's breach of its obligations under this User Agreement.

13. Confidentiality

13.1. Each party shall:-

13.1.1. treat all Confidential Information as Confidential and safeguard it accordingly;

13.1.2. not disclose any Confidential Information to any third party without the prior written consent of the other party, except to such persons and to such extent as may be necessary for the performance of this User Agreement:
and

13.1.3. not use any Confidential Information otherwise than for the purposes of this User Agreement.

13.2. The Supplier shall take all necessary precautions to ensure that all Confidential Information obtained from the Operator or the Buyer under or in connection with this User Agreement:-

13.2.1. is given only to such employee, consultant, sub-contractor, professional advisor or agent engaged to advise it in connection with this User Agreement as is strictly necessary for the performance of this User Agreement and then only to the extent necessary for each employee, consultant, sub-contractor, professional advisor or agent activities in the performance of this User Agreement;

13.2.2. is treated as confidential and not disclosed (without prior written approval) or used by any employee, consultant, sub-contractor, professional advisor or agent otherwise than for the purposes of this User Agreement;

13.3. Where it is considered necessary in the opinion of the Operator or the Buyer, the Supplier shall ensure that any employee, consultant, sub-contractor, professional advisor or agent of the supplier sign a confidentiality undertaking before commencing work in connection with this User Agreement.

13.4. The provisions of this Clause 13 shall not apply to any information:-

13.4.1. which is or becomes public knowledge (otherwise than by breach of the obligations of confidentiality under this User Agreement);

13.4.2. which is in the possession of the party concerned, without restriction as to its disclosure, before receiving it from the disclosing party;

13.4.3. which is received from a third party who lawfully acquired it and who is under no obligation restricting its disclosure; or

13.4.4. is independently developed without access to the Confidential Information.

13.5. Nothing in this User Agreement shall prevent the Buyer from:-

13.5.1. disclosing any Confidential Information which is required to be disclosed by an order of court or other tribunal or required to be disclosed in accordance with any law, statute, proclamation, by-law, directive, decision,
regulation, rule, order, notice, rule of court, delegated or subordinate legislation parliamentary obligation; or

13.5.2. disclosing any information for the purpose of:-

13.5.2.1. the examination and certification of the Buyer’s accounts; or
13.5.2.2. any examination pursuant to Section 6(1) of the National Audit Act 1983 of the economy, efficiency and effectiveness with which the Buyer has used its resources; or

13.5.3. disclosing any information obtained from the Supplier:-

13.5.3.1. to any other department, office or agency of the Crown; or

13.5.3.2. to any person engaged in providing any services to the Buyer for any purpose relating to or ancillary to this User Agreement, provided that in disclosing information under this sub-paragraph (13.5.3) the Buyer discloses only the information which is necessary for the purpose concerned and requires that the information is treated in confidence and that a confidentiality undertaking is given where appropriate.

13.6. Nothing in this User Agreement shall prevent any party from using any techniques, ideas or know-how gained during the performance of this User Agreement in the course of its normal business, to the extent that this does not result in a disclosure of Confidential Information or an infringement of Intellectual Property Rights.

13.7. In the event that the Supplier fails to comply with this Clause 13, each of the Operator and the Buyer reserves the right to terminate this User Agreement by notice in writing with immediate effect.

13.8. The obligations of this Clause 13 shall survive the expiry of this User Agreement for a period of 5 years.

13.9. Nothing in this Clause 13 shall prevent the Operator from disclosing information received from the Supplier to the Buyer.

14. Freedom of Information, Environmental Information and Transparency Statement

14.1. The Supplier acknowledges that the Operator and the Buyer are subject to the requirements of the Data Protection Act 1998, the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (the “Act”), the Environmental Information Regulations 2004 (the “EIR”) and governmental codes of practice or guidance relating to a transparency agenda and shall assist and cooperate with the Operator and the Buyer in meeting its obligations thereunder. The Supplier shall use all reasonable endeavours to ensure the observance of the provisions of this Clause 13 by its sub-contractors.

14.2. As part of the Buyer’s duties under the Act or the EIR, it may be required to disclose information concerning the procurement process or the Contract to anyone who makes a reasonable request.

14.3. If the Supplier considers that any of the information provided in its response is exempt from disclosure under the Act or the EIR then it should be clearly marked as "Not for disclosure to third parties” together with valid reasons in support of the information as being exempt from disclosure under the Act and the EIR.

14.4. The Buyer will endeavour to consult with applicants and have regard to comments and any objections before it releases any information to a third party under the Act or the EIR however the Buyer shall be entitled to determine in its absolute discretion whether any information is exempt from the Act and/or the EIR, or is to be disclosed in response to a request of information. The Buyer must make its decision on disclosure in accordance with the provisions of the Act or the EIR and can only withhold information if it is covered by an exemption from disclosure under the Act or the EIR.

14.5 Notwithstanding any other provision of this User Agreement the Supplier acknowledges and agrees that except for any information which is exempt from disclosure in accordance with the provisions of the Act the content of this User Agreement is not Confidential Information.

14.6 The Supplier acknowledges that the Buyer may be subject to governmental codes of practice or guidance relating to a transparency agenda, including the policy of publishing contracts and all other documents relating to public procurement activity, such as for example the December 2010 document “Transparency - Publication of New Central Government Contracts”. Accordingly and notwithstanding any other provision within this User Agreement, it should be noted that the Buyer may publish any documents relating to any procurement and subsequent contract award (but with any information which is exempt from disclosure in accordance with the provisions of the Act redacted) in accordance with the aforementioned governmental transparency agenda.. The Supplier shall assist and cooperate with the Buyer to enable the Buyer to publish any such documents.

15. Rights of Third Parties

15.1. This User Agreement shall not create any rights that shall be enforceable by anyone other than the Operator, the Buyer and the Supplier, except that the rights specified in Clause 11.2 may be enforced by BravoSolution UK Ltd.

16. Amendments to User Agreement

16.1. Subject to Clauses 16.2 and 16.3, the Supplier acknowledges that the Operator or the Buyer reserves the right to vary or amend this User Agreement by publication of a notification or message on the System or through an email or letter to the Supplier, using the email address or postal address referred to in Clauses 18.1.1 and 18.1.3 respectively.

16.2. The amendments shall be deemed to have been accepted by the Supplier unless the Helpdesk receives, within 15 days of the date of the notice under Clause 16.1, a written communication from the Supplier expressing refusal of the amendments. In any case, the Supplier’s continued use of the System shall represent its unconditional acceptance of the amendments in its entirety.

16.3. The Supplier shall be entitled to terminate this User Agreement with immediate effect in the event that notice is given pursuant to Clause 16.1.

17. General

17.1. The waiver by any party of any breach of this User Agreement shall not prevent the subsequent enforcement of that provision and shall not be deemed to be a waiver of any subsequent breach of that or any other provision.

17.2. If at any time any part of this User Agreement is held to be or becomes void or otherwise unenforceable for any reason under any applicable law, the same shall be deemed omitted from this User Agreement and the validity and/or enforceability of the remaining provisions of this User Agreement shall not in any way be affected or impaired as a result of that omission.

17.3. Nothing contained either inside or outside this User Agreement shall be taken as constituting:

17.3.1. a contract, including any collateral contract, or any contractual term between the Buyer and any other party as to the procurement of any goods, services or works, including any potential service provider; or

17.3.2. any representation by or on behalf of the Operator or the Buyer.

17.4. The Buyer shall not be committed to any course of action as a result of:

17.4.1. issuing any invitation to participate in a procurement exercise;

17.4.2. an invitation to submit any proposal in respect of a procurement exercise;

17.4.3. communicating with a Supplier in respect of this procurement exercise; or

17.4.4. any other communication between the Buyer and any other party.

17.5. The Supplier accepts and acknowledges that:

17.5.1. whilst every care has been taken to ensure that the data and information contained within an invitation to participate in a procurement exercise is valid, neither the Operator nor the Buyer shall accept liability for the accuracy, adequacy or completeness of such information and data; and

17.5.2. that by issuing an invitation to participate in a procurement exercise the Buyer shall not be bound to accept any response and it reserves the right to award a contract for some but not all of the requirements specified or not to
award any contract at all;

17.5.3. neither the Operator nor the Buyer shall accept any liability for any costs or expenses incurred by a Supplier responding to any invitation to participate in a procurement exercise.

17.6. The Operator, the Buyer and the Supplier acknowledge that, for the entire duration of the procurement exercise, any dates and times shall be those displayed on the System and any other Helpdesk recording and telecommunications equipment, and such recordings shall represent a full account of the actual facts and circumstances.

17.7. The Supplier acknowledges that the system will not allow it to view the identity of the other Suppliers during a procurement exercise.

17.8. The waiver by any party of any breach of this User Agreement shall not prevent the subsequent enforcement of that provision and shall not be deemed to be a waiver of any subsequent breach of that or any other provision.
17.9. The terms and expressions set out in clause 21 shall have the meanings ascribed therein.

18. Notices

18.1. All communications given under this User Agreement shall be in writing and shall be:

18.1.1. served to the Supplier, via e-mail, to the e-mail address the Supplier has given upon registration or through the messaging facility available on the System; or

18.1.2. served to the Buyer, via e-mail to help@bravosolution.co.uk or through the messaging facility available on the System; and

18.1.3. deemed to be received by the addressee on the same day as the addressor sending such e-mail, subject to the:

18.1.3.1 addressor using the addressee’s correct e-mail address; and

18.1.3.2 addressee, on receipt of such an e-mail, e-mailing an acknowledgement of receipt to the addressor as soon as is practicable and in any event not later than 17:00 of the following Working Day after the addressee received such e-mail. If the addressor fails to receive such acknowledgement by 17:00 of the next Working Day after the addressee received the e-mail, the addressor may also serve the communication by first class registered post to:

18.1.3.2.1 the Supplier, to the postal address the Supplier has given upon registration; or

18.1.3.2.2 the Buyer, to the postal address that the Buyer has given in the procurement exercise, and shall be deemed to be received by the addressee two working days after posting.

18.2 Any party to this User Agreement may change its postal address for notification purposes by giving the other reasonable prior written notice of the new information and its effective date pursuant to this Clause 18.

19. Law and Jurisdiction

19.1. This User Agreement and any dispute or claim arising out of or in connection with them shall be governed by, and construed in accordance with, the laws of England and Wales and shall be subject to the nonexclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of England and Wales to which the parties irrevocably submit.

20. Interpretations

20.1. The headings to clauses are inserted for convenience only and shall not affect the interpretation or construction of this User Agreement.

20.2. Words imparting the singular shall include the plural and vice versa. Words imparting a gender include every gender and references to persons include an individual, company, corporation, firm or partnership.

20.3. The words and phrases "other", "including" and "in particular" shall not limit the generality of any preceding words or be construed as being limited to the same class as any preceding words where a wider construction is possible.

20.4. References to any statute or statutory provision shall include (i) any subordinate legislation made under it, (ii) any provision which it has modified or re-enacted (whether with or without modification), and (iii) any provision which subsequently supersedes it or re-enacts it (whether with or without modification).

20.5. All references in this User Agreement to Clauses are to the clauses to this User Agreement and references to Sections are to sections of this User Agreement unless otherwise stated.

21. Definitions

“Auction” means a type of procurement exercise conducted on the System where supplier submit bid simultaneously.
“Confidential Information” means, subject to clause 15, secret, confidential, commercial, financial, marketing, technical or other information, know-how, trade secrets and other information in any form or medium whether disclosed orally or in writing before or after the date of this User Agreement, together with any reproductions of such information in any form or medium or any parties of this information.
“Confidential” means that the information, either in its entirety or in the precise configuration or assembly of its components, is not publicly available.
“Force Majeure” means any cause affecting the performance by any of the Operator or the Buyer or BravoSolution UK Ltd of its obligations arising from acts, events, omissions, happenings or non-happenings beyond its reasonable control including (but without limiting the generality thereof) governmental regulations, fire, flood, or any disaster or an industrial
dispute affecting a third party for which a substitute third party is not reasonably available. Any act, event, omission, happening or non-happening will only be considered Force Majeure if it is not attributable to the wilful act, neglect or failure to take reasonable precautions of the affected party, its agents or employees or the failure of any of the Operator or the Buyer or BravoSolution UK Ltd to perform its obligations under this User Agreement.
“Helpdesk” means the facility provided by BravoSolution UK Ltd to handle support queries and issues raised by Supplier Users.
“Intellectual Property” means any patent, copyright, database right, moral right, design right (whether registered or unregistered), trade mark, service mark, domain name, know-how, utility model, unregistered design or, where relevant, any application for any such right, or other industrial or intellectual property right.
“Supplier” means an organisation that has indicated its acceptance to be bound by this User Agreement.
“Supplier User” means an individual representing the Supplier that has registered and been provided with access to the System.
“System” means the eSourcing System provided for Suppliers to participate in procurement exercises.
“Working Days” means 09:00-17:00 Monday to Friday in the United Kingdom and excluding Bank Holidays.
“Written Notification of Contract Award” means the Buyer’s standard "Contract Award Process" identified for each procurement exercise that shall be expressly initiated by the Buyer and may entail a preliminary e-mail advising the Supplier of the formal contract award process.

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