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PPP for Communications Network Management - Aeronautics Command - COMAER

PPP for Communications Network Management - Aeronautics Command - COMAER 

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Contract

07/10/2017
08/30/2017
08/08/2018
4th quarter 2020
1st quarter 2021
  • Completed
  • In progress
  • To be performed
  • CLASSIFICATION BY MEETING

    3rd Meeting

  • SECTOR

    Miscellaneous

  • ASSET

    Brownfield Project

  • PROJECT STATUS

    In progress

  • TYPE OF PARTNERSHIP

    Public-Private Partnership

  • UF

    AC,AL,AP,AM,BA,CE,ES,GO,MA,MT,MS,MG,PA,PB,PR,PE,PI,RJ,RN,RS,RO,RR,SC,SP,SE,TO

  • BASE DATE

    07/2019

  • INVESTMENT CAPEX

    1,542,836,000.00

  • INVESTMENT OPEX

    2,242,989,000.00

  • MAJOR AGENCIES INVOLVED

    MD e COMAER/CISCEA

  • TERM (YEARS)

    25 anos

  • DATE OF BIDDING

    2nd quarter of 2020

  • AWARD CRITERIA

    Lowest monthly public payment

Project Summary

The project aims to delegate to the private sector the tasks related to project design, installation, operation, management and maintenance of the communications, control and management infrastructure of the Communication Networks of the Brazilian Air Force Command - COMAER. It is the first public-private partnership of the Federal Government's Direct Administration and involves the establishment of an “Administrative Concession” type of partnership, as provided for in Law No. 11.079 / 2004.

The proposal establishes the hiring of a Special-Purpose Entity (SPE) that provides the Integrated Network Management service nationwide, with remuneration based on its performance. The contract includes responsibilities for designing, installing, updating, expanding, operating, managing and maintaining a communications, control and management infrastructure for COMAER for 25 years. It follows the model of similar international projects, such as the European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation (Eurocontrol) and the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

This partnership will replace 68 (sixty-eight) administrative contracts currently in force and involves a maximum annual consideration of the Federal Government worth of BRL 210.83 million (June 2019 prices) to be paid through airfares, namely: the Charge for the use of Communications and Aids to Enroute Air Navigation (TAN) and the Charges for the use of Communication and Radio Aids to Air Navigation at Approach Control Areas (TAT APP).

According to the feasibility studies, these tariffs represented about 8% of the resources destined to the Brazilian Airspace Control System, which is responsible for controlling an area of 22 million km2 (it encompasses the Brazilian airspace – territorial waters included –, the exclusive economic zone and a wide area of international waters in the Atlantic Ocean).

The feasibility studies were completed in 2017 and the project was sent to the Federal Court of Accounts, which approved the initiative on 08/08/2018 through Judgment 1.843 / 18. The 1st bid and guarantee delivery session was held at Bovespa (B3) on 6/26/2019. At the time, there were no interested parties. The next session is scheduled for September 2020, depending on conditions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The value of the contract over 25 years, at June 2019 prices, is BRL 5.27 billion, investment is around BRL 1.54 billion and operating costs total BRL 2.24 billion.

 

  • Project Current Situation

    The 2nd public session for submission of proposals was suspended due to the public health emergency caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, in addition to the need to make adjustments to the studies due to the exchange rate variation in the period.
     
    More information about the project is available at https://grcic.ciscea.gov.br/inicio

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