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Subject: Reference samples of drugs
Reference: UNOV 2013-06-2769
Date posted: 10 July 2013

In view of the fact that the official language used for the RFP will be English, this request for expression of interest is published in English only.

Du fait que la langue officielle de cette sollicitation sera l'anglais, cette demande d'expression d'intérêt est publiée uniquement en anglais.

Please note that only those firms considered qualified by the United Nations Office at Geneva for this project will be invited to participate.

Terms of Reference

The United Nations Office at Vienna Procurement Section (UNOV PS), on the behalf of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Laboratory and Scientific Section (UNODC LSS) located in Vienna, Austria, hereby invites qualified vendors to submit their Request for Expression of Interest for the provision of the following reference samples of drugs:

- Mephedrone HCl
- 3,4-Methylenedioxypyrovalerone HCl
- (MDPV HCl)
- Methylone HCl
- 4-Methylethcathinone HCl
- (4-MEC HCl)
- Butylone HCl
- 1-(3-Chlorophenyl)piperazine HCl
- (mCPP HCl)
- Benzylpiperazine 2HCl
- (BZP 2HCl)
- 1-(3-Trifluoromethylphenyl)piperazine HCl
- (TFMPP HCl)
- Buprenorphine HCl
- JWH-018
- JWH-250
- UR-144

Please note that this is not an invitation for submission of a proposal. This is a request for Expressions of Interest (EOI) in order to identify qualified vendors interested in participating in the solicitation.

Interested vendors must provide the completed Vendor Response Form (attached below). UNOV will examine this EOI and reserves the right to select the invitees for competitive bidding. Accordingly, an expression of interest does not automatically warrant an interested vendor's participation in the competitive bidding exercise.

UNOV reserves the right to change or cancel any of this requirement at any time during the EOI and/or solicitation process.

All substances should be of high purity for analytical purposes and be accompanied by a certificate of analysis.

The expiry dates should be at least 5 years from date of production; if not, an annual stability test certificate should be provided for periods beyond the validity of the certificate of analysis.