Ordinance On Procedures For The Award Of Public Supply Contracts, Public Service Contracts And Public Works Contracts

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om fremgangsmåderne ved indgåelse af offentlige vareindkøbskontrakter, offentlige tjenesteydelseskontrakter og offentlige bygge- og anlægskontrakter

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Overview (table of contents)



Chapter 1



Application of the public procurement directive





Chapter 2



Prior information notice and buyer profile





Chapter 3



Contract notice





Chapter 4



Rejection and exclusion





Chapter 5



Form requirements





Chapter 6



Penalty





Chapter 7



Entry into force, etc.





Annex 1



European Parliament and Council Directive No. 2004/18/EC





Annex I











Annex II



SERVICES referred to in ARTICLE 1, paragraph 2, point (d))





Annex III



LIST OF BODIES AND CATEGORIES OF BODIES GOVERNED BY PUBLIC LAW REFERRED TO IN ARTICLE 6. ARTICLE 1, paragraph 9, SECOND SUBPARAGRAPH





Annex IV











Annex V











Annex VI



DEFINITION OF CERTAIN TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS





Annex VII



INFORMATION TO BE INCLUDED IN NOTICES





Annex VIII



CHARACTERISTICS RELATING TO PUBLICATION





Annex IX



REGISTERS





Annex X



REQUIREMENTS RELATING TO DEVICES FOR THE ELECTRONIC RECEIPT OF TENDERS, REQUESTS FOR PARTICIPATION OR OF PLANS AND PROJECTS IN CONTESTS





Annex XI



Deadlines for transposition and application (article 80)





Annex XII











Annex 2



Annex VIII is replaced by the following:





Annex 3



In annex III is inserted after the title ' (XV).





Annex 4



In annex IV shall be inserted after the section on Belgium:





Annex 5











Annex 6











Annex 7









The full text of the Ordinance on procedures for the award of public supply contracts, public service contracts and public works anlægskontrakter1)

Pursuant to § 1 and § 2, paragraph 1, of the law on the coordination of procedures for the award of works contracts and procurement, etc., see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 600 by 30. June 1992, lays down: Chapter 1 application of procurement directive, § 1. Contracting entities referred to in article 6. the public procurement directive, article 1, paragraph 9, shall comply with the provisions of the public procurement directive.

(2). By the public procurement directive shall mean the European Parliament and of the Council Directive No. 2004/18/EC of 31. March 2004 on the coordination of procedures for the award of public supply contracts, public service contracts and public works contracts.

(3). The public procurement directive is included as annex 1 to the Decree.

(4). Parts of Commission Directive No. 2005/51/EC of 7. September 2005 amending Annex XX to Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council Directive 2004/17/EC and annex VIII to the European Parliament and of the Council Directive 2004/18/EC on public procurement, which includes changes in the annex to the directive, the contract included as annex 2 to the Ordinance.

(5). Parts of Council Directive No. 2006/97/EC of 20. November 2006 adapting certain directives in the field of free movement of goods, by reason of the accession of Bulgaria and Romania, which contains changes to the annex to the directive, the contract included as annex 3-7 to notice.

§ 2. Contracting entities shall ensure that the provisions of the public procurement directive are complied with, where they subsidize directly by more than 50% a works contract awarded by an entity other than themselves, and which are covered by article 8 (a) of the public procurement directive. The same is true for service contracts in connection with such construction contracts, see. the public procurement directive, article 8, point (b).

§ 3. Holders of a concession contract for public works, which are not contracting authorities shall apply the public procurement directive Article 64 when awarding works contracts to third parties when the value of these contracts as or exceed the threshold referred to in the tender article 63 value. However, this does not apply when works contract satisfies the conditions for a negotiated procedure without prior notice, without prejudice. the public procurement directive Article 31.

§ 4. Procurement article 11 concerning central purchasing bodies, article 19, article 29 of the contracts reserved for competitive dialogue, article 32 of the framework agreements and dynamic purchasing systems article 33 on applicable Danish law.

(2). Procurement article 54 on electronic auction shall apply to the award of contracts for supplies and services with the constraints which derive from the tendering provisions of article 1, paragraph 7, and under the conditions laid down in article 54.

Chapter 2 prior information notice and buyer profile section 5. Contracting entities may shorten the time limit for receipt of tenders in accordance with the requirements in the tender article 38, paragraph 4, by 1) submit a notice on prior notification to the European Commission, or 2) publish a notice of a prior information notice in an electronic buyer profile, provided that the contracting entity beforehand has posted a notice on a buyer profile to the European Commission, on the publication of a prior information notice.

(2). Shortening of the deadline for the receipt of tenders provided for in paragraph 1 may be cumulated with the afkortelser of time-limits for tendering provisions of article 38, paragraphs 5 and 6.

(3). Contracting entity determines what information should be available on the buyer profile. The buyer profile may include prior information notices in addition to information about the published contract notices, current invitations to tender, scheduled purchases, contracts and canceled procedures, as well as other information of general interest such as contact people, telephone and fax numbers, mailing address and e-mail address.

Chapter 3 section 6 of the tender notice. Contracting entities shall indicate in the contract notice, invitation to tender relates to whether a public contract, the drafting of a framework agreement or to establish a dynamic purchasing system.

(2). Contracting entities which wish to see one contract notice must include a contract that contains elements of both a public contract as a framework agreement, in the notice under section on the subject-matter of the contract specify that the notice involves a public contract, provided that the estimated value of the public contract exceeds the estimated value of the framework agreement, or that the notice relates to a framework agreement, provided that the estimated value of the framework agreement in excess of the estimated value of the public contract.

(3). In the case of a contract that contains elements of both a public contract as a framework agreement, it must also be indicated in the tender notice, the contract relates to a public contract as well as a framework agreement.

§ 7. In restricted procedures, negotiated procedures with prior notice and in the competitive dialogue, contracting entities in the tender notice stipulate the number of candidates who will be invited to tender a bid, either as a specific quantity, a minimum number or a range.

(2). Contracting entities shall indicate in the contract notice the objective and non-discriminatory criteria they intend to apply in selecting which applicants will be invited to tender a bid.

§ 8. Contracting entities may, from the date of dispatch of the contract notice to the European Commission publish the tender notice nationally as well as inform potential applicants or tenderers shall be informed thereof. National publication of the tender notice may thereby be made before the date of its publication in the official journal of the European Union.

(2). A contract notice is published nationally, should not contain information other than that contained in the contract notice, which is sent to the European Commission, and the date of dispatch of the notification to the European Commission to be presented by the national publication.

Chapter 4 Rejection and exclusion section 9. If an applicant shall deliver more than one application for participation in a tender procedure, the contracting entity may only reject the applicant for this reason, if it is apparent from the tender notice that applicants may submit only one application, or if the contracting entity specifically deems it necessary in the interests of ensuring competition and compliance with the principle of equal treatment.

(2). Where an applicant Consortium participant one or more companies from other applicant consortia can order gives only reject the Consortium for this reason, if it is deemed necessary in the interest of ensuring competition and compliance with the principle of equal treatment.

(3). If an applicant applies the same subcontractor as other applicants can order gives only reject the applicant for this reason, if it is deemed necessary for the protection of competition and compliance with the principle of equal treatment.

§ 10. From participation in a procurement procedure shall be excluded any applicant or bidder against whom, rendered a final judgment, which are known to the contracting entities, of one or more of the grounds mentioned in the contract article 45, paragraph 1.

(2). The public procurement directive in article 45, paragraph 1, reasons mentioned include: 1) participation in a criminal offence referred to in article 6. section 23 of the criminal code, in cases where the relationship in connection with penalty determination has been placed under penal code § 81, no. 3,


2) violations of the ban on active bribery in the public service or duties, in accordance with article 3. section 122 of the criminal code and the prohibition of bribery in private legal relations (kickbacks), see. section 299 of the criminal code, no. 2, 3) violation of the ban on EU fraud, see. Penal Code § 289 (a), or 4) violation of the prohibition of money laundering, in accordance with article 3. Penal Code section 290.

(3). Paragraphs 1 and 2 may be made out from the tenderer in the public interest.

§ 11. The originator may, if deemed appropriate, in tender specifications require a faith and love declaration by candidates or tenderers to the effect that in the absence of any offence covered by section 10, paragraphs 1 and 2.

(2). The originator may, if deemed appropriate, require documentation, see. the public procurement directive article 45, paragraph 3, of that there is no offence covered by section 10, paragraphs 1 and 2, from the bidder, as the originator intends to enter into contract with. Asks the originator in violation of 1. point requirement for other candidates or tenderers must submit it in 1. paragraph referred to documentation, the contracting entity shall not for that reason can disregard a request or an offer that only contains a faith and love Declaration of offences subject to section 10, paragraphs 1 and 2.

(3). If the contracting entity deems it appropriate to require proof, see. (2) 1. paragraph, the contracting entity shall fix a time limit for the offeror to submit the required documentation. The originator may, where the offeror does not present evidence that the absence of any offence covered by section 10 (1) and (2), revoke the award decision, exclude the tenderer from the tendering procedure, and then take a new assignment decision.

(4). Paragraphs 1 to 3 shall apply mutatis mutandis when the originator uses the voluntary exclusion reasons in the tender article 45, paragraph 2.

Chapter 5 formal requirements section 12. Contracting entities which have received applications or offers, which do not meet the formal requirements, which derive from the tendering specifications, can reject applications or tenders, or may, subject to compliance with the principle of equal treatment and negotiating the ban choose to 1) disregard the error or defect, if the originator is already in possession of the required additional information or documentations, 2) even obtain the required additional information or documentations If these are publicly available, or 3) ask the question on candidates or tenderers before a time limit to correct error or deficiency, see. However, paragraph 3.

(2). Paragraph 1 shall, inter alia: apply where 1) submitted applications or deals missing signature, dating or similar, 2) applications or offers are not received in the required number of copies or in the required format, or 3) applications or offer did not meet the formal requirements to the design as URf.eks. indication of page numbers, stamping or similar.

(3). Contracting entities may be content to apply the procedure laid down in paragraph 1, no. 3, in relation to the bidder, as the originator intends to conclude a contract with, provided that the missing information or documentation is not relevant to the assessment of the tenders.

(4). Notwithstanding paragraph 1, a contracting entity obliged to refuse the application or an offer, if it is clear from the contract documents, that a specific error or deficiency will lead to the application or the offer is rejected, and the application in question or that offer contains such error or defect.

Chapter 6 Penalty section 13. With fine punished anyone who violates the provisions of the public procurement directive.

(2). That can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) criminal liability in accordance with the provisions of the criminal code 5. Chapter.

Chapter 7 entry into force, etc.

§ 14. This Ordinance shall enter into force on the 1. July 2011.

(2). Executive Order No. 937 of 16. September 2004 concerning procedures for the award of public supply contracts, public service contracts and public works contracts, are hereby repealed.

Economic and business affairs, the 15. June 2011 Brian M/Pia Ziegler



Annex 1 European Parliament and Council Directive No. 2004/18/EC

of 31. March 2004

on the coordination of procedures for the award of public supply contracts, public service contracts and public works contracts

THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION,

having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community, and in particular article 47, paragraph 2, and articles 55 and 95,

having regard to the proposal from the Commission1),

having regard to the opinion of the European economic and Social Carrying),

having regard to the opinion of Regionsudvalget3),

in accordance with the procedure referred to in article 2514), on the basis of the Conciliation Committee, on the joint text approved on 9. December 2003, and

on the basis of the following considerations:

(1) in connection with the new amendments to the Council Directive 92/50/EEC of 18. June 1992 relating to the coordination of procedures for the award of public tjenesteydelsesaftaler5), 93/36/EEC of 14 May 1991. June 1993 concerning the coordination of procedures for the public indkøb6) and 93/37/EEC of 14 May 1991. June 1993 on the coordination of procedures for the award of public works anlægskontrakter7), which is necessary in order to meet the demands for simplification and modernisation made by both contracting authorities and economic operators in relation to their response to the Green Paper adopted by the Commission on 27 November. November 1996, the directives should, for the sake of clarity, be recast into a single text. The present directive is based on Court of Justice case-law, in particular case-law on award criteria, which clarifies the possibilities for the contracting authorities to meet the relevant disclosure requirements, including on the environmental and social area, provided that such criteria are linked to the subject-matter of the contract, does not give the contracting authority unrestricted freedom of choice, are expressly mentioned and comply with the basic principles of recital 2.

(2) the conclusion of contracts in Member States on behalf of the State, regional or local authorities and other bodies governed by public law are subject to the principles of the Treaty and in particular the principles of free movement of goods, freedom of establishment and free movement of services and the principles derived therefrom, such as the principles of equal treatment, non-discrimination, mutual recognition, proportionality and transparency. For public contracts above a certain value, however, it is advisable to draw up provisions for Community coordination of national procedures for the award of such contracts, which are based on these principles, in order to ensure their effects and ensure effective competition in the award of public contracts. These coordinating provisions should therefore be interpreted in accordance with both the aforementioned rules and principles-as other provisions of the Treaty.

(3) such coordinating provisions should, as far as possible, be brought into line with the procedures and practices in force in each Member State.

(4) Member States should ensure that the fact that a body governed by public law shall deliver an offer in connection with a tendering procedure does not cause distortion of competition in relation to private tenderers.

(5) in accordance with article 6 of the Treaty, environmental protection requirements must be integrated into the definition and implementation of Community policies and activities referred to in article 3 of the Treaty, in particular with a view to promoting sustainable development. Therefore it is clarified in this directive, how the contracting authorities can contribute to environmental protection and the promotion of sustainable development, whilst ensuring the possibility of obtaining the best relation between quality and price in the contracts.

(6) this Directive shall not prevent the imposition or applied measures which are necessary to protect public order, public morality and public security, health, human and animal life and plant health, in particular with a view to sustainable development, provided that these measures are in accordance with the Treaty.

(7) Council decision 94/800/EC of 22. December 1994 concerning the conclusion on behalf of the European Community, of the agreements resulting from the Uruguay Round of multilateral trade negotiations (1986-1994), in the case of the areas under the purview of the community, inter alia, approved, kompetence8). the agreement on government procurement, hereinafter referred to as the ' WTO agreement ', the purpose of which is to establish an international set of rules on balanced rights and obligations relating to public contracts with a view to liberalize and stimulate growth in world trade.

Taking into account the community's international rights and obligations resulting from the acceptance of the WTO agreement, it is the scheme provided for in the WTO agreement, to be applied to tenderers and on products from third countries which have signed the agreement. The WTO agreement has no direct effect. The contracting authorities covered by the WTO agreement and which comply with this directive and applies this to the economic operators of third countries which are signatories to the WTO agreement, adhere to this. These coordinating provisions should guarantee for community economic operators conditions for participation in public procurement which are just as favourable as the conditions afforded to economic operators of third countries which are parties to the WTO agreement.


(8) Before the contracting authority initiates a tender procedure, they can by using a ' technical dialogue ', seek or accept advice which may be used in the preparation of the tender documents, however, provided that such advice does not have the result that competition is prevented.

(9) in view of the diversity of public works contracts, contracting authorities should be able to use both separately as common tender for work execution and design. This directive provides for either separate or joint calls for tenders. The decision to either separate or joint award of a contract to be taken out from the qualitative and economic criteria, which may be laid down in national legislation.

(10) A contract may only be considered as a public works contract, if its subject-matter specifically covers the execution of activities listed in Annex i, even if the contract may include other services that are necessary for the performance of such activities. Public service contracts, including in the sphere of property management, may in certain circumstances include works. If such a building and construction work, however, is ancillary to the main purpose of the contract and therefore constitute a possible consequence thereof or a complement thereto, the fact that the contract include such construction work, not to regard it as a public works contract.

(11) provision should be made for a Community definition of framework agreements, together with specific rules on framework agreements for contracts which fall within the scope of this directive. When a contracting authority within the meaning of the provisions of this Directive shall conclude a framework agreement, it may, according to these rules within the validity period of the contract, framework agreement based on the framework agreement, either by applying the terms of the framework agreement or, if not all the conditions already laid down herein, by launching a renewed competition between the parties to the framework agreement is not laid down conditions. The renewed competition should comply with certain rules, the purpose of which is to ensure the necessary flexibility and compliance with the General principles, in particular the principle of equal treatment. For this reason, the validity of the framework agreements should be limited, and they should not be able to apply for periods of more than four years, except in cases where the contracting authorities duly justifies the need for a longer period of time.

(12) certain new electronic purchasing techniques are continually being developed. These techniques make it possible to increase competition and improve the efficiency of public procurement, in particular because their use saves both time and money. The contracting authorities may make use of electronic purchasing techniques, provided it is done in accordance with the provisions of this directive and the principles of equal treatment, non-discrimination and transparency. In this context, a tenderer submitting them, especially in the context of a renewed competition with a view to the application of a framework agreement or where a dynamic purchasing system, take the form of that tenderer's electronic catalogue if the latter uses the means of communication chosen by the contracting authority has, in accordance with article 42.

(13) in view of the rapid expansion of electronic purchasing systems, should be already at this stage be set appropriate rules so that the contracting authorities can fully exploit the systems capabilities. Why should a completely electronic dynamic purchasing system for the usual procurement is defined, and who should lay down specific rules for the establishment and functioning of such a system in order to ensure the proper treatment of any economic operator wishing to take part therein. Any economic operator who makes an indicative tender in accordance with the contract documents, and which satisfy the selection criteria should be allowed to join such a system. This purchasing technique allows the contracting authorities by the creation of a list of tenderers already selected and know that new bidders will have the opportunity to join, to have a particularly broad range of tenders-thanks to the used electronic facilities available, and hence to ensure optimum use of public funds on the basis of extensive competitive.

(14) Electronic auctions is a technique that will spread, and there should therefore be made for a Community definition of these auctions, which should be governed by specific rules in order to ensure that they are settled in accordance with the principles of equal treatment, non-discrimination and transparency. The electronic auctions should therefore only include building and construction-as well as the supply and service contracts may be determined exact specifications. This can particularly be the case in connection with recurring purchase, construction and construction and service contracts. For the same reason, it is necessary that it at any stage of the electronic auction shall be able to determine how the offeror is classified. Use of electronic auctions enables contracting authorities to ask tenderers to submit new and lower prices and, when the contract is awarded on the basis of the most economically advantageous tender, also to improve other elements of the offer than price. In order to ensure that the principle of transparency are complied with, may only elements that can be assessed automatically by electronic means, without the contracting authority involved herein and/or have the opportunity to make an assessment of it, IE. only items that are quantifiable and can be expressed in figures or in percentage, be the object of electronic auctions. On the other hand, those aspects of the tenders, which involves an assessment of non-quantifiable elements should not be the object of electronic auctions. Certain works contracts and service contracts that involve intellectual effort as URf.eks. design of construction works, therefore should not be the object of electronic auctions.

(15) have been developed in Member States certain centralised purchasing techniques. Several Contracting authorities are responsible for making acquisitions or awarding contracts/framework agreements for other contracting authorities. Due to the large volumes purchased, those techniques help increase competition and streamline public purchasing. Provision should therefore be made for a Community definition of central purchasing bodies for use in the case of contracting authorities. It should also be laid down the conditions under which, subject to the principles of non-discrimination and equal treatment, contracting authorities purchasing works, supplies and/or services through a central purchasing body may be deemed to have complied with this directive.

(16) in order to take account of the different situations in Member States, it should be left to Member States to allow the contracting authorities to use framework agreements, central purchasing bodies, dynamic purchasing systems, electronic auctions and competitive dialogue procedure, as defined and regulated by this directive.

(17) For the number of thresholds for applying the coordinating provisions complicates a source of complications for the contracting authorities. Such threshold values should also be in the interest of The Monetary Union shall be laid down in euro. Consequently, provision should be made for threshold values in euro in such a way that it will be easier to apply these provisions, while the thresholds in the WTO agreement, which are expressed in special drawing rights (SDRS), are complied with. Seen in this context, it would also be appropriate to carry out a regular adjustment of the threshold values in euro for as may be necessary to adapt them to any fluctuations in the value of the euro in relation to the special drawing rights (SDRS).

(18) in order to apply the provisions of this directive and taking into account the monitoring service is described by subdividing it into categories corresponding to particular positions of a common classification and by bringing them together in two annexes, Annex IIA and Annex IIB, depending on which scheme they fall under. As regards services in annex II (B) the provisions of this directive do not affect the application of Community rules specific to the services in question.

(19) as regards public service contracts, this directive should for a transitional period only full application of contracts, for which its provisions will make it possible to exploit all the opportunities for increased trade beyond national borders. Contracts for the performance of other services should be monitored in a transitional period, before deciding whether or not the full application of this directive should them. for this purpose, it is appropriate to define a monitoring mechanism. This monitoring mechanism must simultaneously give all interested parties the opportunity to have access to all relevant information.

(20) The public contracts awarded by contracting authorities in the sectors of water, energy, transport and postal services, and as part of the activities in these areas are the subject of a European Parliament and Council Directive 2004/17/EC of 31. March 2004 on the coordination of procedures for the award of contracts in the water, energy, transport and posttjenester9). Contracts awarded by contracting authorities within the scope of their operation of sea and river transport and coastal transport, however, are included in the present scope of the sea directive.


(21) in view of the real competition in the market for telecommunications after the implementation of Community rules on the liberalization of the sector should public contracts within this area excluded from the scope of the directive, in so far as they are concluded with the main aim that contracting authorities must be able to exercise certain activities in the telecommunications sector. These activities shall be determined on the basis of the definitions in article 1, 2 and 8 of Council Directive 93/38/EEC of 14 May 1991. June 1993 concerning the coordination of procedures for the procurement in the water, energy, transport and telekommunikation10), so that this directive does not apply to contracts that are excluded from Directive 93/38/Eec scope according to its article 8.

(22) It is important to take account of cases where it is possible to refrain from applying the measures for coordinating procedures cannot be used for reasons of State security or secrecy, or because specific rules on the award of contracts based on international agreements or related to the stationing of troops, or international organizations.

(23) pursuant to article 163 of the Treaty constitutes the promotion of research and technological development is a means of strengthening the scientific and technological bases of Community industry, and the free access to public procurement contributes to achieving this objective. Cofinancing of research programmes should not be covered by this directive. Therefore, the directive does not apply to service contracts for research and development, other than those where the benefits exclusively belongs to the contracting authority for use of its own affairs, on condition that the service is fully paid by the contracting authority.

(24) in connection with the services are contracts for the acquisition or rental of immovable property or rights to property are such that it is inappropriate to let procurement rules apply to them.

(25) for the award of public contracts for certain audiovisual services in the broadcasting field should take account of the conditions of such cultural and social importance that it is inappropriate to let procurement rules apply to them. It is therefore necessary to apply an exemption for public service contracts for the purchase, development, production or co-production of programs that are ready to use , and other preparatory services, URf.eks. relating to scripts or artistic performances necessary for the program's Genesis, as well as contracts for airtime for the broadcast. This exception should not apply to the supply of technical equipment for the production, co-production and broadcasting of these programmes. By broadcast means transmission and distribution via any electronic network.

(26) arbitration and conciliation services are usually provided by bodies or individuals designated or selected in a manner which cannot be governed by the rules on the award of public contracts.

(27) in accordance with the WTO agreement on government procurement include the financial services referred to in this directive, not the instruments of monetary policy, exchange rates, public debt, management of reserves or other policies involving transactions in securities or other financial instruments, in particular transactions by the contracting authority for the purpose of money or capital. That is why contracts for the issue, purchase, sale or transfer of securities or other financial instruments are not covered. Central Bank services are also excluded.

(28) employment and occupation are key elements in guaranteeing equal opportunities for all and contribute to integration in society. In this regard contribute to sheltered workshops and sheltered employment programmes effectively for integration or reintegration in the labour market of people with disabilities. But such workshops might not be able to obtain contracts under normal conditions of competition. Therefore, it is appropriate to provide that Member States may reserve the right to participate in procedures for the award of public contracts to such workshops or reserve performance of such contracts for sheltered employment programmes.

(29) There is a need for the technical specifications drawn up by the Government as purchaser, ensures the creation of opportunities for a competitive situation in respect of the award of public contracts. Therefore, it must be possible to submit tenders, to reflect the many different technical solutions. For this to be impracticable, it must on the one hand, be possible to lay down the technical specifications in terms of performance and functional requirements, on the one hand, the contracting authorities shall, if referred to a European standard or, where such do not exist, to a national standard-take offers into consideration, based on corresponding solutions. Bidders should be able to use any form of evidence to demonstrate that there is a corresponding solution. The contracting authorities must be able to justify any decision that, in a given case is not a case of a corresponding solution. Contracting authorities that wish to define environmental requirements for the technical specifications of a given contract may lay down the specific environmental characteristics, as URf.eks. a given production method, and/or effects of product groups or services. They may, but is not obliged to apply the appropriate specifications that are defined in the context of eco-labelling, as URf.eks. The Community eco-label, (multi-) national eco-labels or any other eco-labels, if the requirements for the label are developed and adopted on the basis of scientifically based information using a procedure in which stakeholders, such as government bodies, consumers, manufacturers, distributors and environmental organisations can participate, and if the label is accessible and available to all interested parties. Contracting authorities should, where possible, lay down technical specifications so as to take account of criteria relating to accessibility for people with disabilities or design for all users. The technical specifications should be clearly indicated, so that all tenderers know what the requirements which the contracting authority has made, include.

(30) additional information concerning contracts must, as is customary in Member States, be included in the contract documents for each contract or in an equivalent document.

(31) contracting authorities which carry out particularly complex projects may, through no fault of their own find themselves in a situation where it is impossible to determine objectively the conditions that can meet their needs or of assessing what the market can offer of technical and/or financial and legal solutions. This situation may arise in particular in connection with the performance of important integrated transport infrastructure projects, large computer networks and projects, which involve a complex, structured finance, whose financial and legal relationship cannot be determined in advance. To the extent an open or restricted invitation to tender was not permitted to allow for the conclusion of such contracts should therefore be made for a flexible procedure, which both takes account of competition between economic operators and the needs of contracting authorities to discuss all aspects of the contract with each candidate. This procedure must not, however, be used in such a way that competition be restricted or distorted, especially not by changing the basic elements of the tenders, the successful tenderer by imposing significant new elements or by involving a different bidder than the one who has submitted the most economically advantageous tender.

(32) in order to make it easier for small and medium-sized enterprises to participate in the award of public contracts should be made to include provisions on subcontracting.

(33) whereas the conditions for the execution of the contract is in accordance with the provisions of this directive if they are discriminatory, either directly or indirectly, and if they are indicated in the contract notice or in the contract documents. Conditions may, among other things. aim to promote continuing education in the workplace, provide employment of people experiencing particular integration problems, combating unemployment and protecting the environment. As examples, inter alia. include requirements on-in the performance of the contract-to recruit long-term unemployed or implement education initiatives for the unemployed or for young persons, to comply with the substance of the fundamental ILO conventions, if they have not been implemented in national law, and to recruit more handicapped persons than the national legislation requires.


(34) The laws, regulations and collective agreements in force in the individual Member States or in the community as far as working conditions and safety in the workplace, shall apply to the performance of a public contract, if such provisions and their application is in conformity with Community law. In the event of cross-border activities, where a Member State workers providing services in another Member State for the purpose of performing a public contract, contains the European Parliament and of the Council Directive 96/71/EC of 16. December 1996 concerning the posting of workers in the framework of exchange of tjenesteydelser11) the minimum requirements that must be met in the receiving country over for posted workers. If national law contains provisions to this effect, the breach of such obligations is considered a serious fault or as a criminal offence, which raises doubts as to the economic operator concerned, professional conduct, and which can cause this to be excluded from the tendering process.

(35) in view of the new information and communication technologies can facilitate the publication of calls for tenders, publicising and making them more transparent, should be assimilated to traditional means of electronic communication and information-exchange funds. There must as far as possible be selected funds and technology, which is compatible with the technologies used in other Member States.

(36) the development of effective competition in the field of public procurement requires publication at Community level of the invitations to tender, as Member States ' contracting authorities shall issue. The information contained in these notices must enable the community's economic operators to assess whether the procurement is of interest to them. There should be given them for this purpose sufficient knowledge of the subject-matter of the contract and the conditions attached to it. It is therefore important to make notices more visible by using the appropriate instruments, such as URf.eks. standard forms of contract notices and the common procurement public procurement contracts (Common Procurement Vocabulary CPV» '), laid down in European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 2195/200212), as the reference nomenclature for public contracts. In a restricted procedure shall in particular have the publication aims to provide Member States economic operators the opportunity to express their interest in contracts by seeking from the contracting authorities invitations to tender under the required conditions.

(37) the European Parliament and of the Council Directive 1999/93/EC of 13. December 1999 on a Community framework for electronic signaturer13) and European Parliament and Council Directive 2000/31/EC of 8. of 8 June 2000 on certain legal aspects of information society services, in particular electronic commerce, in the internal market (' directive on electronic commerce ') 14) should apply to the transmission of information by electronic means in the context of this directive. Public procurement procedures and rules governing design contests on services, requires a higher level of security and stricter confidentiality than the level specified in these directives. Why should the systems for the electronic receipt of tenders, requests to participate and plans and projects meet additional specific requirements. To this end, the use of electronic signatures, in particular advanced electronic signatures, so far as possible, be encouraged. In addition, the existence of voluntary accreditation schemes could constitute a favourable framework for enhancing the level of certification service provision for these devices.

(38) the use of electronic means is time-saving. Provision should therefore be made for reducing the minimum periods, when using electronic means, however, provided that these are compatible with the specific mode of transmission methods laid down at Community level.

(39) the investigation of the suitability of tenderers in procurement and the suitability of the applicants in a restricted procedure, negotiated procedure with prior contract notice and the competitive dialogue, and the selection must be carried out in accordance with the requirements of transparency. There must therefore be indicated non-discriminatory criteria on which the contracting authorities can use to select the competitors and the means which economic operators may use to prove that they meet the criteria. For the sake of transparency, the contracting authority shall, as soon as a contract is offered, announce what selection criteria that will be used, and what specific qualifications required of economic operators, so that they can participate in the tender.

(40) A Contracting Authority may limit the number of candidates in restricted procedures, negotiated procedures with publication of a contract notice and the competitive dialogue. Such a limitation of the number of candidates to be made on the basis of objective criteria indicated in the contract notice. These objective criteria does not necessarily imply any weighting. As regards the criteria relating to the personal situation of economic operators, a general reference in the contract notice to the cases in article 45 shall be sufficient.

(41) in the competitive dialogue and negotiated procedures with prior contract notice contracting authorities should, taking account of the flexibility which may be required, and to the large costs associated with such forms of supply, could organise the procurement procedure in successive phases, so the number of deals, which is still being discussed or negotiated, progressively be limited on the basis of the award criteria announced in advance. Such a restriction must, where the number of appropriate solutions or candidates allows, ensure effective competition.

(42) in connection with demands for documentation of specific qualifications in order to be able to take part in an award procedure or a design contest on services used the relevant Community rules on mutual recognition of diplomas, certificates or other evidence of formal qualifications.

(43) it should be avoided that public contracts be awarded to economic operators who have participated in a criminal organisation or who have been found guilty of corruption or fraud to the detriment of the financial interests of the European communities or of money laundering. The contracting authority may ask candidates/tenderers on the appropriate documentation and can, when they are in doubt about these candidates/tenderers personal circumstances, request the competent authorities of the Member State concerned of cooperation. Such economic operators should be excluded when the contracting authority has knowledge of a judgment concerning such offences rendered in accordance with applicable national legislation and are res judicata. If national law contains provisions to this effect, the infringement of environmental legislation or legislation on unlawful agreements in public contracts in connection with, for which rendered a final judgment or a decision having equivalent effect, shall be regarded as a criminal offence, which raises doubts as to the economic operator's professional conduct, or as a serious error.

Non-observance of national provisions implementing Council Directive 2000/78/Ec15) and 76/207/EØF16) concerning equal treatment of workers, which has been the subject of a final judgment or a decision having equivalent effect may be considered an offence casts doubt on the economic operator in question is res judicata, or as a serious error.

(44) in appropriate cases where construction workers or service nature makes it eligible to apply environmental management measures or systems in connection with the performance of a public contract may require the use of such measures or systems. Environmental management systems can, regardless of whether they are registered in accordance with the Community instruments, URf.eks. Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 761/2001 (EMAS) 17), show whether or not the economic operator has the technical capability to perform the contract. In addition, should a description of the measures taken by the economic operator to ensure the same level of environmental protection, be accepted as an alternative documentation instead of the registered environmental management systems.


(45) this directive allows Member States to introduce either official lists of contractors, suppliers or service providers or certification by public-law or private-law bodies, and such lists and such certification has effects in connection with procurement in another Member State. To be in connection with the official lists of approved economic operators shall take account of the Court's case-law, if an economic operator who is part of a group, claims the economic, financial or technical capabilities that are present in other companies in the group, in support of its request for inclusion on a list. In such a case it is for the economic operator to prove that he actually possesses such funds throughout the period in which the recording is valid. A Member State may thus in order in such a recording lay down the requirements that must be met, and may, in particular, URf.eks. If the operator invokes the financial capability, which is present with another company in the group, demand that this company if necessary jointly and severally.

(46) the award of contracts shall be carried out on the basis of objective criteria which ensure that principles of transparency, non-discrimination and equal treatment are complied with and that the tenders are assessed on the actual playing field. Therefore, there should only be permitted in the application of two award criteria, namely the ' lowest price ' and ' the most economically advantageous tender '.

In order to ensure compliance with the principle of equal treatment in the award of contracts should be under an obligation, in accordance with the case-law-to maintain the necessary transparency to all bidders can be reasonably informed of the criteria and rules that are used to identify the most economically advantageous tender. The contracting authorities should therefore indicate what criteria they use, and how they weigh the criteria, at such an early stage that the bidders have this information when preparing their tenders. The contracting authorities may, in exceptional cases, failing to disclose how they weigh the award criteria, when such a weighting cannot be established in advance, in particular because of the complexity of the contract, but they should be able to justify this. In these cases, they should inform the descending order with the most important first.

When the contracting authorities choose to award the contract to the one who has given the most economically advantageous tender, they shall assess the tenders in order to determine which involves the best relation between quality and price. To that end, it lays down the economic and qualitative criteria, which together should make it possible to determine which offer is the economically most advantageous for the contracting authority. These criteria shall be determined on the basis of determination, and must make it possible to assess each quotation result level compared to be assessed as defined in the technical specifications and to measure the relationship between quality and price for each offer.

In order to ensure equal treatment to the award criteria make it possible to compare the offers and evaluate them objectively. If these conditions are fulfilled, economic and qualitative award criteria, URf.eks. those relating to the fulfilment of environmental requirements, allow the contracting authority to meet the needs of common interest concerned as set out in the contract specifications. Under the same conditions, a contracting authority to apply the criteria to meet social requirements, in particular, corresponding to the needs-defined in the specifications of the contract-of particularly disadvantaged groups of people to which those receiving/using the works, supplies or services covered by the contract.

(47) in the case of public service contracts, the award criteria must not affect the application of national provisions on the remuneration of certain services, URf.eks. architectural, engineering and professional services, as well as for public supply contracts concerned, the application of national provisions on setting a fixed price for textbooks.

(48) it is necessary that some of the technical conditions, in particular relating to notices, statistical reports, as well as the nomenclature used and the conditions of reference to that nomenclature changes, because the technical requirements are changing. The lists of contracting authorities referred to in the annexes, should also be updated. To that end, provision should therefore be made for a smooth and rapid adoption of the way.

(49) the measures necessary for the implementation of this directive should be adopted in accordance with Council decision 1999/468/EC of 28 June 1999. June 1999 laying down the procedures for the exercise of implementing powers conferred on the Kommissionen18).

(50) the deadlines laid down in this Directive shall be calculated as provided for in Council Regulation (EEC, Euratom) No 58/97. 1182/71 of 3. June 1971 establishing rules for deadlines, dates and tidspunkter19).

(51) this directive must not affect the obligations of the Member States with regard to the time limits set out in annex XI for the Member States ' compliance with Directive 92/50/EEC, 93/36/EEC and 93/37/EEC-

HAS ADOPTED THIS DIRECTIVE:

INDHOLDSFORTEGNELSE







 

 







AFSNIT I





 







Definitions and general principles









Article 1





Definitions







Article 2





Principles concerning the award of contracts







Article 3





Granting of special or exclusive rights – non-discrimination clause









SECTION II





 







Rules for public contracts









CHAPTER I



 







General provisions









Article 4





Economic actors







Article 5





Conditions on the basis of the agreements adopted by the World Trade Organization (WTO)







Article 6





Confidentiality







CHAPTER II



 







The scope of the









Section 1





Threshold values







Article 7





Threshold values for public contracts







Article 8





Contracts to which the contracting authorities shall provide a financial contribution of more than 50%







Article 9





Methods for calculation of public contracts and framework agreements and dynamic systems estimated value







Section 2





Special situations







Article 10





Contracts in the defence area







Article 11





Public contracts and framework agreements awarded by central purchasing bodies







Section 3





Contracts not covered by Directive







Article 12





Contracts in the sectors of water, energy, transport and postal services







Article 13





Specific exclusions in the field of telecommunications







Article 14






Secret contracts and contracts requiring special security measures







Article 15





Contracts awarded pursuant to international rules







Article 16





Special exceptions







Article 17





The concession contracts for services







Article 18





Service contracts awarded on the basis of an exclusive right







Section 4





Special arrangement







Article 19





Reserved contracts







CHAPTER III



 







Arrangements applicable to public service contracts









Article 20





Service contracts covered by Annex IIA







Article 21





Service contracts covered by Annex IIB







Article 22





Service contracts include services from both annexes II A and II B







CHAPTER IV



 







Special rules relating to the contract documents and contract documents









Article 23





Technical specifications







Article 24





Alternative quotations







Article 25





Subcontracting







Article 26





Conditions relating to the contract execution







Article 27





Obligations relating to taxes, environmental protection, provisions on protection at work and working conditions which are in addition







CHAPTER V



 







Tendering procedures









Article 28





Use of open, restricted and negotiated procedures and the competitive dialogue







Article 29





Competitive dialogue







Article 30





Cases justifying use of the negotiated procedure with prior notice







Article 31





Cases justifying use of the negotiated procedure without prior notice







Article 32





Framework agreements







Article 33





Dynamic purchasing systems







Article 34





Public works contracts: particular rules on social housing







CHAPTER VI



 







Provisions on disclosure and transparency









Section 1





Publication of contract notices







Article 35





Notices







Article 36





Preparation and publication of notices







Article 37





Non-mandatory publication







Section 2





Deadlines







Article 38





Time-limits for receipt of requests to participate and for receipt of tenders







Article 39





Open procedures: specifications, additional documents and information







Section 3





The information to be transmitted, and how they are communicated







Article 40





Invitations to submit tenders, to engage in dialogue or to negotiate







Article 41





Notice to candidates and tenderers







Section 4





Communication







Article 42





Rules of communication







Section 5





Reports







Article 43





Reports content







CHAPTER VII



 







Settlement of the tendering procedure;









Section 1





General provisions







Article 44





Aptitude examination and selection of participants, the award of contracts







Section 2





Criteria for qualitative selection







Article 45





The applicant's or the offeror's personal situation







Article 46





The right to exercise the profession







Article 47





Economic and financial capabilities;







Article 48





Technical and/or professional capability







Article 49






Quality assurance standards







Article 50





Environmental management standards







Article 51





Additional documents and information







Article 52





Official lists of approved economic operators and certification by public-law or private-law bodies







Section 3





Contract award







Article 53





Criteria for the award of contracts







Article 54





Application of electronic auction







Article 55





Abnormally low bids









TITLE III





 







Rules relating to concessions of public works









CHAPTER I



 







Rules for concessions for public works









Article 56





The scope of the







Article 57





The concession contracts, which are not covered by the provisions of this section







Article 58





Publication of the notice of the concession of public works







Article 59





Deadlines







Article 60





Subcontracting







Article 61





The awarding of additional works to the concessionaire







CHAPTER II



 







Rules for contracts awarded by concessionaires which are not contracting authorities









Article 62





Applicable rules







CHAPTER III



 







Rules for contracts awarded by concessionaires which are contracting authorities









Article 63





Provisions on disclosure: threshold and exceptions







Article 64





Publication of the notice







Article 65





Time-limits for receipt of requests to participate and receipt of tenders









TITLE IV





 







Rules governing design contests on services









Article 66





General provisions







Article 67





The scope of the







Article 68





Untagelser to the scope







Article 69





Notices







Article 70





The drafting and publication of notices of contests







Article 71





Means of communication







Article 72





The selection of participants in design contests







Article 73





The composition of the jury







Article 74





Decisions of the jury









TITLE V





 







Reporting of statistical information, implementing and final provisions









Article 75





Obligations with regard to the reporting of statistical information







Article 76





Contents of the statistical statements







Article 77





Committee procedure







Article 78





Adjustment of threshold values







Article 79





Changes







Article 80





Implementation







Article 81





Monitoring mechanisms







Article 82





Lifting







Article 83





Date of entry into force of







Article 84





Addressees









ANNEX





 





Annex I





List of the products listed in article 1 (2) (b)) referred to activities







Annex II





Services referred to in article 1, paragraph 1 (d))







Annex II (A)



 





Annex II (B)



 





Annex III





List of bodies and categories of bodies governed by public law referred to in article 6. Article 1, paragraph 9, second subparagraph








Annex IV





Central Government authorities







Annex V





List of goods referred to in article 7 relating to procurement by the contracting authorities in the field of defence







Annex VI





Definition of certain technical specifications







Annex VII





Information to be included in notices







Annex VII A





Information to be included in notices







Annex VII B





Information to be included in the notice of the concession of public works







Annex VII C





Information to be included in the concession holder notices of works contracts, where this is not the contracting authority







Annex VII D





Information which must appear in design contest notices about services







Annex VIII





Characteristics relating to publication







Annex IX





Registers







Annex IX A





Public works contracts







Annex IX B





Public supply contracts







Annex IX C





Public service contracts







Annex X





Requirements relating to devices for the electronic receipt of tenders, requests for participation or of plans and projects in contests







Annex XI





Deadlines for transposition and application (article 80)







Annex XII





Correlation table











TITLE I

DEFINITIONS AND GENERAL PRINCIPLES

Article 1

Definitions

1. this Directive shall apply the definitions in paragraphs 2 to 15.









2.





(a))





' Public contracts ' means contracts for pecuniary interest concluded in writing between one or more economic operators and one or more Contracting authorities and which relate to the performance of work, supply of goods or services covered by this directive.





 



(b))





' Public works contracts ' are public contracts either the execution, or both the design and execution, of works related to one of the activities referred to in Annex i or of construction work or for the performance by any means of a construction work, corresponding to the requirements specified by the contracting authority. ' Construction work ' means the outcome of building and construction activities intended for of itself to fulfil an economic or technical function.





 



(c))





' Public supply contracts ' are public contracts other than those referred to in point (b)), relating to the purchase, lease, rental or hire purchase, with or without option to buy, of products.





 

 



A public contract relating to the delivery of goods, and also as an ancillary include siting and installation operations shall be considered as a ' public supply contract '.





 



(d))





' Public service contracts ' are public contracts other than public works contracts and public supply contracts contracts that relate to the services referred to in annex II.





 

 



A public contract, relating to both goods and services as defined in annex II, shall be regarded as a ' public service contract ' if the value of the services in question exceeds that of the products, the contract includes.





 

 



A public contract, relating to services as defined in annex II and only as ancillary activities in relation to the main subject matter of the contract includes the activities defined in Annex i, shall be considered as a public service contract.











3. ' concession contract for public works ' means a contract of the same type as a public works contract except for the fact that the consideration for the works to be carried out consists either solely in the right to exploit the construction or in this right together with payment.

4. ' concession contract for services ' means a contract of the same type as a public service contract except for the fact that the consideration for the service to be carried out consists either solely in the right to exploit the service or in this right together with payment.

5. ' framework agreement ' means an agreement concluded between one or more Contracting authorities and one or more economic operators with the purpose of establishing conditions for the contracts to be awarded during a given period, in particular with regard to price and, where appropriate, the quantities envisaged.

6. ' dynamic purchasing system ' means a completely electronic process for making commonly purchases, which are generally available on the market and meets the requirements of the contracting authority; the process is also limited in time and throughout its duration, open to any economic operator which satisfies the selection criteria and has submitted an indicative tender that complies with the tender conditions.

7. ' electronic auction ' means a repetitive process where new and lower prices and/or new values for certain elements of the offers presented by electronic means after the first full evaluation of the tenders, so that these can be classified on the basis of automatic processing. Certain works contracts and service contracts that involve intellectual effort as URf.eks. design of working, may therefore not be the object of electronic auctions.

8. The terms ' contractor ', ' supplier ' and ' service provider ' covers any natural or legal person and any public entity and any group of such persons and/or bodies which offers on the market, respectively, the execution of works and/or construction works, goods or services.

The term ' economic operator ' shall cover both a contractor, a supplier and a service provider. It is used exclusively in order to simplify the text.

An economic operator who submits a tender shall be designated ' bidder '. Anyone who has sought an invitation to take part in a restricted or negotiated procedure or a competitive dialogue, termed ' candidate '.

9. As ' contracting authorities ' shall be considered to be the State, regional or local authorities, bodies governed by public law and associations formed by one or several of such authorities or one or several of such bodies governed by public law.

' Body governed by public law ' means any body: (a)) that have been created specifically in order to meet needs in the general interest, however, does not need an industrial or commercial character,



(b)) which is a legal person and




c) if operation either, for the most part, financed by the State, regional or local authorities or other bodies governed by public law, or whose operation is subject to their control, or for which the State, regional or local authorities or other bodies governed by public law shall appoint more than half of the members of the administrative, management or supervisory body.

Non-exhaustive lists of bodies and categories of bodies governed by public law which fulfil the criteria in the second paragraph, subparagraph (a)), (b)) and (c)), can be found in annex III. Member States shall inform the Commission regularly of changes made to their lists of bodies and associations of bodies.

10. ' central purchasing body ' means a contracting authority which:-





purchaser goods and/or services for other contracting authorities, or







-





Awards public contracts or framework agreements for works, supplies or services for other contracting authorities.







11.





(a))





' Open procedures ' means procedures where all interested economic operators may submit tenders.





 



(b))





' Restricted procedures ' means the procedures to which any economic operator may request to participate in, but where only the economic actors of the contracting authorities invited may submit bids.





 



(c))





' Competitive dialogue ' is defined as a procedure in which any economic operator may request to participate in, but where the contracting authority conducts a dialogue with the candidates admitted to participate in the procedure, with the aim of developing one or more solutions that can meet its needs, and which must be the basis for the deals, the selected applicants are then invited to submit.





 

 



For the purposes of the application of the procedure referred to in the first subparagraph, a public contract is considered to be "particularly complex" where the contracting authority





 



-





not able to in accordance with article 23, paragraph 3 (b)), (c)) or d) objectively to specify the technical conditions that can meet their needs and objectives, and/or





 



-





is not in a position to objectively define the legal and/or financial aspects of a project.





 



(d))





' Negotiated procedures ' means the procedures, where contracting authorities consult the economic operators, as they themselves select, and negotiate the terms of the contract with one or more of these.





 



(e))





' Design contests ' means the procedures which enable the contracting authority, in particular in the field of spatial planning, urban planning, architecture and civil engineering or data processing, to acquire a plan or design selected by a jury after a competition with or without the award of prizes.











12. ' in writing ' means any expression (s) consisting of words or figures that can be read, reproduced and then forwarded. This whole may include information transmitted and stored by electronic means.

13. ' electronic means ' means a means using electronic equipment for the processing (including digital compression) and storage of data which is transmitted, conveyed and received by wire, by radio, by optical means or by other electromagnetic means.

14. ' The common procurement public contracts ', hereinafter referred to as ' the CPV (Common Procurement Vocabulary), means the reference nomenclature applicable to public contracts, and as established by Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 2195/2002, given to ensure coherence with the other existing nomenclatures.

In the event of varying interpretations of the scope of the directive as a result of any discrepancies between the CPV and NACE nomenclatures listed in Annex i, or between the CPV and the CPC nomenclature (provisional version), referred to in annex II shall be subject respectively to NACE and CPC nomenclature.

15. with regard to article 13, article 57, point a), and article 68, subparagraph (b)), for the purposes of: (a)) ' public telecommunications network ' means the public telecommunications infrastructure which enables to transfer signals between defined network termination points by wire, by radio, by optical means or by other electromagnetic means;



(b)) ' network termination point ' means all physical connections and their technical access specifications which belong to the public telecommunications network and are necessary for connection to the public network and effective communication through this



c) ' public telecommunications services ' means telecommunications services which the Member States have explicitly entrusted to one or more telecommunications companies, in particular, the provision of



d) ' telecommunications services ' means those services which consists wholly or partly in the transmission and routing of signals on the public telecommunications network by means of telecommunications processes, with the exception of radio-broadcasting and television.

Article 2

Principles concerning the award of contracts

The contracting authorities shall comply with the principles of equal treatment and non-discrimination of economic actors and acting in a transparent way.

Article 3

The granting of special or exclusive rights: non-discrimination clause

If a contracting authority shall allocate a volume that is not a contracting authority special or exclusive rights to carry out a public service function, it must know the instrument by which that right is assigned, determined that the relevant device for the award of supply contracts with third parties in connection with this service function must adhere to the principle of non-discrimination on grounds of nationality.

SECTION II

RULES FOR PUBLIC CONTRACTS

CHAPTER I

General provisions

Article 4

Economic actors

1. Candidates or tenderers who, under the law of the Member State where they are established, are entitled to provide the benefit in question, cannot be refused on the sole ground that under the law of the Member State in which the contract is awarded, it could require that they must be either a natural or a legal person.

In the case of public service contracts and public works contracts as well as on public works contracts, which also includes services and/or siting and installation operations, may be required by legal persons, in the tender or the request for participation the names and professional qualifications of the staff to provide the benefit in question.

2. Groups of economic operators may be bidders or applicants. In connection with the submission of an offer or submitting an application for participation, contracting authorities may not require groups of economic actors to assume a specific legal form, however, the group selected may be required to assume a given legal form when it has been awarded the contract, to the extent necessary to ensure the satisfactory fulfilment of this.

Article 5

Conditions on the basis of the agreements adopted by the World Trade Organization (WTO)

With a view to the award of contracts by contracting authorities, Member States shall, in their mutual relations apply as favourable conditions as those which they grant to economic operators of third countries in the context of the implementation of the agreement on government procurement, concluded in the context of the multilateral negotiations under the Uruguay Round (hereinafter referred to as the ' WTO agreement '). To this end, Member States shall consult with each other within the Advisory Committee for public contracts referred to in article 6. Article 77, concerning the measures to be taken for the implementation of the WTO agreement.

Article 6

Confidentiality


Without prejudice to the provisions of this directive, in particular those concerning the obligations relating to the publication of information on contracts and notification to candidates and tenderers, as referred to in article 35, paragraph 4, and article 41, and in accordance with the national legislation, which the contracting authority is subject, the contracting authority shall not disclose information provided by economic operators have forwarded and as they have designated as confidential. Such information includes in particular technical secrets, business secrets and the confidential aspects of tenders.

CHAPTER II

The scope of the

Section 1

Threshold values

Article 7

Threshold values for public contracts

This Directive shall apply to public contracts which are not covered by the derogation provided for in article 10 and 11 and articles 12 to 18 and whose estimated value, net of VAT, is equal to or exceeds the following thresholds: (a) EUR 162 000) for public works contracts and public service contracts other than those referred to in (b), third indent), which are awarded by contracting authorities which are governmental authorities as referred to in annex IV; with regard to public supply contracts awarded by contracting authorities operating in the field of defence, this shall apply only to contracts for products covered by Annex V.



b) 249 000 EUR



-for public supply contracts and public service contracts awarded by contracting authorities other than those covered by Annex IV;



-for public supply contracts awarded by contracting authorities referred to in annex IV, which operates in the field of defence, where these contracts relates to goods not covered by Annex V;



-for public supply contracts awarded by a contracting authority, when these contracts concern services in category 8 of Annex IIA, category 5 telecommunications services, the positions of which in the CPV are equivalent to reference Nos CPC 7524, 7525 and 7526 and/or the services listed in Annex IIB.



(c) EUR 6 242 0000) for public works.

Article 8

Contracts to which the contracting authorities shall provide a financial contribution of more than 50%

This Directive shall apply to the award of: (a)), to which the contracts, contracting authorities shall make a direct financial contribution of more than 50%, and whose estimated value, net of VAT, is equal to or greater than EUR 6 242 0000,



– If these contracts relate to construction works referred to in annex I



– where these contracts concern the construction of hospitals, sports facilities, recreational facilities, facilities for leisure purposes, school and University buildings and buildings used for administrative purposes



b) service contracts to which the contracting authorities make a direct financial contribution of more than 50%, and whose estimated value, net of VAT, is equal to or greater than EUR 249 000, provided that such contracts are connected to a construction contract as referred to in point (a)).

Member States shall take the necessary measures to ensure that the contracting authorities, which grants these grants, shall ensure that the provisions of this directive are complied with when contracts are concluded by one or more entities other than themselves, and comply with the provisions of this directive, when they themselves are included in these other entities name and on their behalf.

Article 9

Methods for calculation of public contracts, framework agreements and dynamic purchasing systems, the estimated value of

1. The estimated value of a public contract shall be calculated on the basis of the total amount, net of VAT, as estimated by the contracting authority may have to pay. This calculation shall take account of the estimated total amount, including any form of options and any extensions of the contract.

If the contracting authority provides for prizes or payments to candidates or tenderers shall take them into account when calculating the estimated value of the contract.

2. The estimated value must be in force at the time of dispatch of the in article 35, paragraph 2, referred to in the contract notice or, if such notice is not required, at the moment at which the Contracting Authority commences the contract awarding procedure.

3. A works project or proposed purchase of a certain quantity of supplies and/or services may not be broken down in order to exclude it from the scope of this directive.

4. in the case of public works contracts, calculation of the estimated value shall take account of construction contract value and the estimated value of the materials and equipment needed for the activities, which is being provided to the contractor's disposal by the contracting authorities.









5.





(a))





When a planned construction work, or a proposed purchase of services can be divided into a number of contracts concluded at the same time, the estimated value of all those lots together taken into account.





 

 



Where the aggregate value of the lots is equal to or exceeds the threshold in article 7, this Directive shall apply to the awarding of each lot.





 

 



The contracting authorities may waive such application in respect of lots, the estimated value of which, net of VAT, is less than EUR 80 000 for services and 1 million. EUR for works, provided that the aggregate value of those lots does not exceed 20% of the aggregate value.





 



(b))





When a project, which seeks to acquire uniform items, can give rise to Division on a number of contracts concluded at the same time, the estimated value of all those lots together taken into account for the purposes of article 7 (a)) and (b)).





 

 



Where the aggregate value of the lots is equal to or exceeds the threshold in article 7, point (c) of this Directive shall apply to the awarding of each lot.





 

 



The contracting authorities may waive such application in respect of lots, the estimated value of which, net of VAT, is less than EUR 80 000, provided that the aggregate value of those lots does not exceed 20% of the aggregate value.











6. in the case of public contracts for leasing, rental or hire purchase, with or without option to buy, of products is the basis for calculating the estimated value of the contract: (a)) the public contract estimated total value as regards fixed-term contracts whose duration is 12 months or less, or the total value of the contract in the case of fixed-term contracts whose duration is over twelve months, including the estimated surplus value



(b)) the monthly value multiplied by 48, in the case of open-ended public contracts or public contracts, the term of which cannot be defined.

7. in the case of public supply or service contracts concluded at regular intervals, or to be renewed within a given period of time, the estimated value of the contract is calculated on the basis of: (a) either the total actual value) of similar successive contracts awarded over the preceding 12 months or the previous financial year, if possible adjusted to take account of anticipated changes in quantity or value over the twelve months following the conclusion of the original contract



(b)) or the total estimated value of the successive contracts awarded during the twelve months following the first delivery, or during the term of the contract, where this is greater than twelve months.

The method for calculating the estimated value of a public contract may not be selected for the purpose to exclude contract from the scope of this directive.

8. for the purposes of calculating the estimated value of public service contracts shall take into account the following: (a)) in connection with the following types of services:



I) insurance services: the premium payable and other forms of remuneration;



II) banking and other financial services: the fees, commissions and interest as well as other types of remuneration,



III) contracts relating to the design: the fees, commissions, and other forms of remuneration.



b) in the case of service contracts which do not provide for a total price:



in) for fixed-term contracts, if they run in 48 months or less: the estimated total value for the entire duration



II) for open-ended contracts or contracts whose duration is over 48 months: the monthly value multiplied by 48.


9. with regard to framework agreements and dynamic purchasing systems must take into account the maximum estimated value net of VAT of all the contracts envisaged in the framework agreement or the dynamic purchasing system, the duration of the contract.

Section 2

Special situations

Article 10

Contracts in the defence area

This Directive shall apply to public contracts awarded by contracting authorities in the field of defence, subject to article 20. However, the provisions of Article 296 of the Treaty.

Article 11

Public contracts and framework agreements awarded by central purchasing bodies

1. Member States may lay down provisions allowing Contracting authorities to procure construction works, supplies and/or services from or through a central purchasing body.

2. The contracting authorities purchasing works, supplies and/or services through a central purchasing body in the products listed in article 1, paragraph 10 referred to conditions, be deemed to have complied with this directive insofar as the central purchasing body has complied with this.

Section 3

Contracts not covered by Directive

Article 12

Contracts in the sectors of water, energy, transport and postal services

This Directive shall not apply to public contracts which falls within the scope of European Parliament and Council Directive 2004/17/EC and awarded by contracting authorities carrying out one or more of the activities referred to in articles 3 to 7 of that directive, relating to such activities; It also does not apply to public contracts which fall outside the scope of that directive under article 5(2) and articles 19, 26 and 30 of that directive.

However, this Directive shall continue to apply to public contracts awarded by contracting authorities exercising one or more of the activities listed in article 6 of Directive 2004/17/EC and awarded in connection with these activities, when the Member State concerned takes advantage of the option provided for in the second subparagraph of article 71 of that directive, in order to defer the application.

Article 13

Specific exclusions in the field of telecommunications

This Directive shall not apply to public contracts, which mainly aims to put the contracting authorities is unable to provide a public telecommunications network available or operate such a network or to provide one or more telecommunications services to the public.

Article 14

Secret contracts and contracts requiring special security measures

This Directive shall not apply to public contracts declared to be secret, or if the performance must be accompanied by special security measures in accordance with the applicable laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member State concerned or when the protection of essential interests of that Member State so requires.

Article 15

Contracts awarded pursuant to international rules

This Directive shall not apply to public contracts governed by different procedural rules and awarded: (a)) in accordance with an international agreement concluded in conformity with the Treaty between a Member State and one or more third countries and covering supplies or works with a view to the joint execution or exploitation of a work, or of services intended for the joint implementation or exploitation of a project; all agreements shall be communicated to the Commission, which may consult the Advisory Committee for public contracts referred to in article 6. Article 77.



b) an international agreement concluded in connection with the stationing of troops, when the agreement relate to undertakings in a Member State or in a third country



(c) an international organization special procedure).

Article 16

Special exceptions

This Directive shall not apply to public service contracts: (a)) for the acquisition or rental-regardless of the form of financing-of land, existing buildings or other immovable property or concerning rights thereto; However, contracts in any form on financial services concluded at the same time as, before or after the agreement for the acquisition or rental, subject to this directive



(b)) on radio and tv acquisition, development, production or co-production of programme material intended for broadcasting, broadcasters and contracts for broadcasting time.



(c)) for arbitration and conciliation services;



(d)) on financial services relating to the issue, purchase, sale and transfer of securities or other financial instruments, in particular transactions by the contracting authority for the purpose of money or capital, and services provided by central banks



e) on labour agreements



f) research and development services other than those where the benefits exclusively belongs to the contracting authority to use for your own business, if the service is fully paid by the contracting authority.

Article 17

The concession contracts for services

This Directive shall not apply to concession contracts for provision of services as defined in article 1, paragraph 4, of the basic regulation. However, article 3.

Article 18

Service contracts awarded on the basis of an exclusive right

This Directive shall not apply to public service contracts, as a contracting authority assigns another contracting authority or to an Association of contracting authorities on the basis of an exclusive right that is assigned to them in accordance with the published laws, regulations or administrative provision which is compatible with the Treaty.

Section 4

Special arrangement

Article 19

Reserved contracts

Member States can let contracts be reserved for sheltered workshops or decide that they are carried out in the context of sheltered employment programmes, when the majority of the workers concerned is impaired, which, by reason of the nature or the extent of their disability are unable to engage in gainful employment on normal terms.

The notice must include a statement to that effect.

CHAPTER III

Arrangements applicable to public service contracts

Article 20

Service contracts covered by Annex IIA

Contracts relating to the services listed in annex II A shall be awarded in accordance with the provisions of article 23-55.

Article 21

Service contracts covered by Annex IIB

Contracts relating to the services listed in annex II (B), are exclusively subject to article 23 and article 35, paragraph 4.

Article 22

Service contracts include services from both Annex IIA and Annex IIB

Contracts at the same time, concerns the services listed in annex II A and services listed in annex II B shall be awarded in accordance with the provisions of article 23-55, if the value of the services listed in annex II A is greater than the value of the services listed in Annex IIB. In other cases, contracts shall be concluded in accordance with article 23 and article 35, paragraph 4.

CHAPTER IV

Special rules relating to the contract documents and contract documents

Article 23

Technical specifications

1. The technical specifications as defined in point 1 of annex VI shall be indicated in the tender documents, URf.eks. the contract notice, contract documents or additional documents. When possible, these technical specifications are defined in such a way as to take account of criteria relating to accessibility for people with disabilities or design for all users.

2. The technical specifications must provide equal opportunities tenderers, and they must not have the effect of creating unjustified obstacles to competition with regard to public contracts.

3. Save as otherwise provided for in the legally binding national technical rules, provided that they are compatible with Community law, the technical specifications shall be formulated: a) either by reference to technical specifications as set out in annex VI and, in that order, by reference to national standards transposing European standards, European technical approvals, common technical specifications, international standards other technical references, prepared by the European standardisation bodies or-when these do not exist-national standards, national technical approvals or national technical specifications relating to the design, calculation and execution of works and use of the products. Every reference shall be followed by the words ' or equivalent '



(b)) or as an indication of performance or functional requirements: such declarations may include environmental characteristics. They must, however, be so precise that the tenderers can identify the subject-matter of the contract and the contracting authorities shall award the contract



(c)) or as an indication of performance or functional requirements, see. (b)), taking as a means of presuming conformity with such performance or these requirements please refer to the specifications set forth in subparagraph (a))



d) or by referring to the specifications set forth in subparagraph (a)) in respect of certain characteristics and to the performance or functional requirements in (b)) in respect of other characteristics.


4. where the contracting authorities make use of the option of referring to the specifications referred to in paragraph 3 (a)), they may not reject a tender on the grounds that the offered goods and services does not comply with the specifications to which they have referred to if the tenderer proves in his tender, in an appropriate manner to the satisfaction of the contracting authority that the solutions he offers, in a similar way meets the requirements set out in the relevant technical specification.

An ' appropriate manner ' can be a technical dossier of the manufacturer or a test report from a recognised body.

5. where the contracting authorities make use of the option referred to in paragraph 3, in order to fix specifications in terms of performance or functional requirements, they may not reject a tender for works, products or services which comply with a national standard transposing a European standard, a European technical approval, a common technical specification , an international standard or a technical reference produced by a European standardisation body, if these specifications are intended to cover the functional requirements or requirements for performance, which they have laid down.

In his tender, the tenderer must adequately demonstrate to the satisfaction of the contracting authority, to building and construction work, product or service in compliance with the standard meets the contracting authority's requirements for performance and functional requirements.

An ' appropriate manner ' can be a technical dossier of the manufacturer or a test report from a recognised body.

6. Where contracting authorities lay down environmental characteristics in terms of performance or functional requirements as referred to in paragraph 3 (b)), they may use the detailed specifications, or, if necessary, parts thereof, as defined by the European and (multi-) national eco-labels or any other eco-label, provided that: – that they are appropriate to define the characteristics of the goods or services to which the contract relates to



– that the requirements for the label are developed on the basis of scientific information



– the eco-labels are adopted using a procedure in which all stakeholders, such as government bodies, consumers, manufacturers, retailers, and environmental organisations can participate, and



– that they are available to all interested parties.

Contracting authorities may indicate that the goods or services bearing the eco-label are presumed to comply with the technical specifications laid down in the contract documents; they must accept any other appropriate documentation, such as a technical dossier of the manufacturer or a test report from a recognised body.

7. "recognised bodies", within the meaning of this article, are test laboratories, calibration laboratories and inspection and certification bodies which comply with applicable European standards.

Contracting authorities shall accept certificates from recognised bodies in other Member States.

8. Unless the subject-matter of the contract so justifies, the technical specifications must not specify a particular product, a specific origin or a specific manufacturing process, and they must not refer to a particular brand, a particular patent or a specific type to a specific origin, or to a specific production, with the result that certain companies or products of discovery or eliminated. Such a declaration or reference is exceptionally permitted, if a sufficiently precise and intelligible description of the subject-matter of the contract is not practicable for the purposes of paragraphs 3 and 4; such a declaration or reference must be followed by the words ' or equivalent '.

Article 24

Alternative quotations

1. Where the criterion for award is the most economically advantageous tender, contracting authorities may give permission for bidders to present alternative offerings.

2. The contracting authorities shall specify in the contract notice whether or not they authorise variants or not; If this is not specified, you will not be allowed alternative offerings.

3. Contracting authorities authorising variants shall indicate in the contract documents the minimum requirements which variants must meet, and specific requirements, if any, are made to their design.

4. They take only the variants into account which meets the required minimum requirements.

In procurement procedures for public supply or service contracts, contracting authorities which have authorised variants, not reject a variant on the sole ground that, if successful, will be talking about either a service contract rather than a public supply contract or vice versa.

Article 25

Subcontracting

In the contract documents, the contracting authority may ask or may be required by a Member State to request the tenderer about in the quote to indicate which parts of the contract he intends to subcontract to third parties, as well as what subcontractors he proposes.

This indication shall be without prejudice to the economic operator's responsibility as the main man.

Article 26

Conditions relating to the contract execution

Contracting authorities may lay down special conditions relating to the contract performance clauses, if these are compatible with Community law and are indicated in the contract notice or in the contract documents. Conditions concerning contract performance clauses may in particular deal with social or environmental considerations.

Article 27

Obligations relating to taxes, environmental protection, provisions on protection at work and working conditions which are in addition

1. The contracting authority may state in the contract documents disclose or of a Member State are obliged to inform, in the Office or the bodies which applicants or tenderers can obtain relevant information on the obligations relating to taxes, environmental protection and obligations in accordance with the provisions in force with regard to protection at work and working conditions in the Member State or region or at the place where the services to be provided and which shall apply to the activities on the site or on the services provided under the contract.

2. The contracting authority which supplies the information referred to in paragraph 1 shall request the tenderers or candidates in the contract award procedure to indicate that they when preparing their tenders have taken account of the obligations relating to employment protection provisions and the working conditions which are in force in the place where the service is to be provided.

The first subparagraph shall not preclude the application of the provisions of article 55 concerning the examination of abnormally low tenders.

CHAPTER V

Tendering procedures

Article 28

Use of open, restricted and negotiated procedures and the competitive dialogue

In order to conclude public contracts the contracting authorities shall apply the national procedures are adapted for use in connection with this directive.

They included these public procurement through the use of open or restricted invitation to tender. On the special conditions explicitly mentioned in article 29, contracting authorities may conclude public contracts by means of the competitive dialogue. In the cases and in the circumstances expressly provided for in articles 30 and 31, they may apply a negotiated procedure, with or without publication of a contract notice.

Article 29

Competitive dialogue

1. In the case of particularly complex contracts, Member States may provide that contracting authorities, to the extent that they believe that the use of a public or of a restricted invitation to tender does not make it possible to conclude a contract, can make use of the competitive dialogue in accordance with this article.

Award of a public contract is done solely on the basis of the criterion of the most economically advantageous tender.

2. The contracting authorities shall publish a contract notice in which they shall communicate their needs and requirements, which they define in that notice and/or in a descriptive document.

3. Contracting authorities shall open, with the candidates selected in accordance with the relevant provisions of articles 44 to 52, a dialogue the aim of which is to identify and determine how their needs can best be met. During this dialogue, they can discuss all aspects of the contract with the successful applicants.

During the dialogue, contracting authorities shall ensure that all bidders are treated equally. They are especially not discrimination by providing information, which can provide some better than other bidders.

The contracting authorities may not reveal to the other participants solutions proposed by another participant, or other confidential information, as a participant in the dialogue has announced without his consent.

4. the contracting authorities may decide that the supply should be conducted in several stages in order to reduce the number of solutions to be discussed during the dialogue, on the basis of the award criteria set out in the contract notice or the descriptive document. The possibility of making use of this procedure shall be indicated in the contract notice or the descriptive document.

5. The contracting authority shall continue such dialogue until it has identified the or the solutions that can meet its needs, if necessary after comparing them.


6. Having declared that the dialogue have been completed and after informing the participants thereof, the contracting authorities shall invite participants to submit their final tender on the basis of the solutions presented and specified during the dialogue. These tenders shall contain all the elements necessary for the project's execution.

On the contracting authority's request, these deals be clarified further and more customizable. However, can these clarifications, clarifications and adaptations or supplementary information does not lead to a change in fundamentals in the offer or in the call for bids, which will not be changed without the risk of distortion of competition or discrimination.

7. The contracting authorities shall assess the tenders as given on the basis of the contract notice or the descriptive document provided for award criteria and choose the most economically advantageous tender in accordance with article 53.

At the request of the contracting authority, the tenderer whose offer has been selected as the most economically advantageous, be asked to clarify certain aspects of the tender or confirm commitments contained in the offer, provided that this does not mean that the essential aspects of the offer or supply changes, and that it does not lead to distortion of competition or discrimination.

8. the contracting authorities may decide on prices or payments to the participants in the dialogue.

Article 30

Cases justifying use of the negotiated procedure with prior notice

1. Contracting authorities may award public contracts by a negotiated procedure after prior publication of a contract notice in the following cases: (a)) when in response to an open or restricted procedure or a competitive dialogue is delivered an offer which is not legal, or is given an offer which is inadmissible in accordance with the national provisions in accordance with article 4 , 24, 25 and 27 as well as the provisions of Chapter VII, provided that the original terms of the contract are not substantially altered. Contracting authorities need not publish a contract notice where they include in the negotiated includes all bidders, and only those tenderers who fulfils the criteria referred to in article 45-52, and who, during the prior open or restricted procedure or competitive dialogue has delivered an offer that is in accordance with the formal requirements of the tendering procedure



b) in exceptional cases, when building and construction workers, the nature of services or the risks attaching product or the risks attaching thereto do not permit prior overall pricing;



(c)) to the extent that the service to be provided, especially if it concerns services in category 6 of annex II A, and intellectual services such as services related to the design of work, is of such a nature that the contract cannot be specified sufficiently precise to enable it to be concluded by selecting the best tender according to the rules governing open or restricted procedures



(d)), in the case of public works contracts, which exclusively performed for the purposes of research, testing or development and not to establish commercial viability of research and development costs or cover those.

2. In the cases referred to in paragraph 1, contracting authorities shall negotiate with tenderers on the deals they have made, in order to adapt them to the requirements which they have made in the contract notice, in the specifications and in any additional documents, and to seek out the best tender in accordance with article 53, paragraph 1.

3. During the negotiations, contracting authorities shall ensure that all bidders are treated equally. They are especially not discrimination by providing information, which can provide some better than other bidders.

4. Contracting authorities may provide for the negotiated procedure to take place in more supply phases in order to reduce the number of tenders to be negotiated, on the basis of the award criteria set out in the contract notice or in the contract documents. The possibility of making use of this procedure shall be indicated in the contract notice or in the contract documents.

Article 31

Cases justifying use of the negotiated procedure without prior notice

The contracting authorities may award their public contracts by negotiated procedure without prior publication of a contract notice in the following cases: 1)





In the case of public works contracts, supply contracts and public service contracts:





 



(a))





When in response to an open or restricted procedure no deals, no suitable offer or not received any applications, provided that the original terms of the contract are not substantially altered and provided that a report be submitted at the Commission's request, this





 



(b))





When the contract for technical or artistic reasons, or for reasons connected with protection of exclusive rights, can only be entrusted to a particular economic operator





 



(c))





If it is strictly necessary, when compelling reasons brought about by events which the contracting authorities could not predict, does not make it possible to comply with the time-limits applicable in open or restricted invitations to tender or by negotiated procedure after prior notice in accordance with article 30. The circumstances invoked to justify the urgent need, must under no circumstances be attributable to the contracting authorities.







2)





With regard to public supply contracts:





 



(a))





When the goods in question are manufactured solely for the purpose of research, experiment, study or development; This provision does not include serial production for the detection of the commercial viability or to cover research and development costs





 



(b))





for additional deliveries by the original supplier to the partial replacement of normal supplies or installations or as the extension of existing supplies or installations, where a change of supplier would oblige the contracting authority to acquire equipment, which, due to a difference in technical nature would result in incompatibility or disproportionate technical difficulties in operation and maintenance. The length of such contracts as well as for contracts that can be renewed, must generally not exceed three years;





 



(c))





in the case of supplies quoted and purchased on a commodity market;





 



(d))





When purchasing items on particularly advantageous terms from either a supplier which is definitively winding up its business activities, or the receivers or liquidators of a bankruptcy, an arrangement with creditors or a similar procedure under national laws and regulations.







3)





As regards public service contracts, when the contract in question is part of a design contest and must, under the applicable rules, be awarded to the successful candidate or to one of the winners of the competition; in this case, all successful candidates shall be invited to participate in the negotiations.







4)





In the case of public works contracts and public service contracts:





 



(a))





for additional works or services not included in the project initially considered or in the initial contract, and which have, through unforeseen circumstances, become necessary for the performance of services or construction workers as therein described, provided that the contract is made to the economic operator performing such works or services:





 

 




-





When such additional works or services not technically or economically separated from the initial contract without major inconvenience to the contracting authorities, or





 

 



-





When such works or services, although separable from the original contract, are strictly necessary for its full implementation.





 

 

 



The total value of contracts awarded for additional works or services may not exceed 50% of the value of the original contract





 



(b))





for new works or services consisting in the repetition of similar services or works entrusted to the economic operator, who was awarded the initial contract by the same Contracting Authority, provided that such works or services are in conformity with a basic project and that the original contract for this work was contracted in accordance with the procedures for public or restricted invitations to tender.





 

 



The possibility of using this procedure must be indicated already by the original offer, and the contracting authorities shall take account of the estimated total value of the new works or services in consideration for the application of article 7.





 

 



This procedure can only be used within a period of three years following the conclusion of the original contract.











Article 32

Framework agreements

1. Member States may provide that contracting authorities may conclude framework agreements.

2. With a view to the conclusion of a framework agreement, contracting authorities shall follow the rules of procedure referred to in this directive at all stages until the award of the contracts based on that agreement. The choice of the parties to the framework agreement on the basis of the award criteria set in accordance with article 53.

Contracts based on a framework agreement shall be awarded in accordance with the procedures referred to in paragraphs 3 and 4. These procedures shall be applied only between the contracting authorities and the economic operators originally party to the framework agreement.

When concluding contracts based on a framework agreement, the parties may under no circumstances make substantial changes in contractual terms, in particular in the cases referred to in paragraph 3.

Framework agreements shall not apply for a period of four years, save in exceptional cases, duly justified, in particular in the framework the purpose of the agreement.

The contracting authorities may not misuse framework agreements or use them in such a way that competition is prevented, restricted or distorted.

3. Where a framework agreement is concluded with a single economic operator, contracts based on that framework agreement under the conditions laid down in the framework agreement.

The contracting authorities may in connection with the conclusion of such contracts in writing, consult the operator party to the framework agreement, and, if necessary, ask him to complement its offerings.

4. Where a framework agreement is concluded with several economic operators, there must be at least three, provided that there is a sufficient number of economic operators who satisfy the selection criteria and/or of admissible tenders which meet the award criteria.

Award of contracts based on a framework agreement concluded with several economic operators may be:-either on the basis of the conditions laid down in the framework agreement, without embarking on a renewed competition



– or, if not all the terms are laid down in the framework agreement, after that there is renewed competition between the parties initiated a on the basis of the same conditions that, if necessary, clarify and, where appropriate, other terms referred to in the specifications of the framework agreement, as follows:



a) for every contract to be awarded, contracting authorities shall consult in writing the economic operators capable of performing the contract



b) contracting authorities shall fix a time limit for the submission of offers of sufficient length on individual contracts, taking into account elements such as the contract type of complexity and the time required for the transmission of offers



c) quotations are submitted in writing, and their content shall remain confidential until the expiry of the time limit for reply fixed



d) contracting authorities shall assign each contract to the tenderer who has submitted the best tender on the basis of the award criteria laid down in the specifications of the framework agreement.

Article 33

Dynamic purchasing systems

1. Member States may provide that contracting authorities may use dynamic purchasing systems.

2. for the purposes of the implementation of a dynamic purchasing system, contracting authorities shall follow the rules of the open procedure in all stages until the award of the contracts to be concluded under this system. All tenderers who satisfy the selection criteria and has submitted an indicative tender that complies with the specification and any possible additional documents shall be entered in the system; the indicative offer can be improved at any time provided that they still are in accordance with the contract documents. With a view to the introduction of the system and the conclusion of contracts in the system using the contracting authorities solely electronic means in accordance with article 42, paragraphs 2 to 5.

3. With a view to the establishment of the dynamic purchasing system, contracting authorities shall take the following measures: (a)) they publish a contract notice, specifying that there is talk about a dynamic purchasing system



(b)) the clarifies in the specification, amongst other things, the nature of the purchases that are covered by the system, as well as all the necessary information concerning the purchasing system, the electronic equipment used and the technical connection arrangements and specifications



(c)) the offers by electronic means from the date of publication of the tender notice and until the system's expiration free, direct and full access to the specification and to any additional documents and shall indicate in the notice the internet address at which those documents can be consulted.

4. Contracting authorities shall provide, throughout the duration of the dynamic purchasing system, all the economic operators, the possibility of submitting an indicative tender with a view to being admitted to the system under the conditions referred to in paragraph 2. They end the assessment within 15 days of the date that the indicative offer is made. However, they may extend the assessment period, provided that there is not in the meantime be made somewhat tender.

The contracting authority shall notify as soon as possible the tenderer referred to in the first subparagraph, whether or not they have been included in the dynamic purchasing system, or whether their indicative offer has been refused.

5. Each specific contract must be offered. In this invitation to tender will be launched, the contracting authorities shall publish a simplified contract notice inviting all interested economic operators to submit an indicative tender, in accordance with paragraph 4, within a time limit of not less than 15 days from the date on which the simplified notice. The contracting authorities shall implement only a tender, when they have completed evaluation of all the indicative tenders submitted within this period.

6. Contracting authorities shall invite all tenderers admitted to the system, which is to submit an offer for the purpose of every single contract to be concluded within the system. In this context, is to define the adequate time limit for submission of tenders.

They assign the contract to the tenderer who has submitted the best tender on the basis of the award criteria are specified in the contract notice, which must be used for the establishment of the dynamic purchasing system. These criteria may be specified in the invitation, referred to in the preceding paragraph.

7. The duration of a dynamic purchasing system may not exceed four years, save in exceptional and duly justified cases.

The contracting authorities may not use this system in a way that can prevent, restrict or distort competition.

That can be billed to the interested economic actors or parties in the system any administration fee.

Article 34

Public works contracts: particular rules on social housing


In cases where public contracts relating to planning and construction of a social housing complex, where because of the particular work scope, complexity and presumed duration is necessary from the very beginning to put a plan on the basis of close collaboration within a team comprising representatives of the contracting authorities, experts and the contractor responsible to carry out the work , you can choose a particular method with regard to the award of the contract with a view to identifying the contractor who is best suited to be incorporated in the group.

In particular, the contracting authority in the contract notice give such an accurate description of the work as possible in order to put the contractors who might be interested in the work, able to effectively evaluate the project to be carried out. In addition, the contracting authorities in this order in accordance with the qualitative selection criteria referred to in article 45-52, indicate the personal, technical and economic conditions that applicants must meet.

When the contracting authorities using such an approach, they shall apply the provisions of articles 2, 35, 36, 38, 39, 41, 42, 43 and 45 to 52.

CHAPTER VI

Provisions on disclosure and transparency

Section 1

Publication of notices

Article 35

Notices

1. Contracting authorities shall make known, by means of a prior information notice published by the Commission or by themselves on their buyer profile, as defined in annex VIII, no. 2 (b)): a) for item purchases: for each product area, the estimated total value of the contracts or the framework agreements which they intend to award over the following twelve months, where the total estimated value, see. articles 7 and 9, is equal to or greater than EUR 750 000. The product area shall be established by the contracting authorities by reference to the CPV nomenclature



(b)) for services: the estimated total value of the contracts or the framework agreements in each of the categories listed in annex II (A) of the services which they intend to award over the following twelve months, where such estimated total value, see. articles 7 and 9, is equal to or greater than EUR 750 000 at



(c)) for building works: the essential characteristics of the contracts or the framework agreements which they intend to award, the estimated value of which at least is on the threshold specified in article 7 of the basic regulation. Article 9.

In subparagraph (a)) and (b)) shall be forwarded as soon as possible after the beginning of the financial year to the Commission or published on the buyer profile.

The notification referred to in subparagraph (c)) shall be forwarded to the Commission or published on the buyer profile as soon as possible after approval of the programme, which includes the works contracts or the framework agreements that the contracting authorities intend to award.

Contracting authorities who publish the prior information notice on their buyer profiles shall send electronically in accordance with the format and procedures for transmission indicated in annex VIII, no. 3, a communication to the Commission that published a prior information notice on a buyer profile.

Publication of the notices referred to in subparagraphs (a), (b) and (c)))), is only mandatory when the contracting authority uses the option of shortening the time limit for the receipt of tenders referred to in article 6. Article 38, paragraph 4.

This paragraph shall not apply in the case of a negotiated procedure without prior publication of a contract notice.

2. Contracting authorities which wish to award a public contract or a framework agreement by open, restricted or, under the conditions laid down in article 30, negotiated procedure with publication of a contract notice or, under the conditions laid down in article 29, a competitive dialogue, shall make known their intention by means of a contract notice.

3. Contracting authorities which wish to set up a dynamic purchasing system shall make known their intention by means of a contract notice.

Contracting authorities which wish to award a public contract based on a dynamic purchasing system shall make known their intention by means of a simplified contract notice.

4. Contracting authorities who have awarded a public contract or a framework agreement shall send a notice of the results of the award procedure no later than 48 days after the conclusion of the contract or framework agreement.

When there is a framework agreement concluded in accordance with article 32, the contracting authorities shall be exempt from having to send a message on each of the contracts concluded on the basis of this agreement.

The contracting authorities shall send a notice of the result of the conclusion of the contracts based on a dynamic purchasing system within 48 days after the award of each contract. However, they have the opportunity to submit these messages in total for a quarter. In that case, they shall send these total messages not later than 48 days after the end of each quarter.

In the case of public service contracts concerning the services listed in annex II B, the contracting authorities shall indicate in the notice whether they agree on its publication. For such services contracts the Commission shall draw up in accordance with in article 77 (2) of the rules of procedure for the preparation of statistical statements on the basis of the messages and for the publication of these declarations.

Publication of certain information about the conclusion of the contract or framework agreement may be omitted, if the disclosure of which would impede law enforcement or otherwise be contrary to the public interest or would prejudice the specific public or private economic operators ' legitimate economic interests or for fair competition between them.

Article 36

Preparation and publication of notices

1. Notices shall contain the information referred to in annex VII (A), and any other information that the contracting authority deems appropriate, in the standard forms adopted by the Commission in accordance with the procedure laid down in article 77, paragraph 2.

2. The notices which the contracting authorities shall send to the Commission shall be sent either by electronic means in accordance with the format and procedures for transmission indicated in annex VIII, no. 3, or in any other way. When we are talking about it in article 38, paragraph 8, accelerated procedure referred to, notices will be sent either by telefax or by electronic means in accordance with the format and procedures for transmission indicated in annex VIII, no. 3.

Notices shall be published in accordance with the technical characteristics for publication set out in annex VIII, no. 1) (a) and (b)).

3. Notices drawn up and transmitted by electronic means in accordance with the format and procedures for transmission indicated in annex VIII, no. 3, shall be published no later than 5 days after the shipment.

Notices which are not transmitted by electronic means in accordance with the format and procedures for transmission indicated in annex VIII, no. 3, shall be published not later than 12 days after their dispatch, or in connection with the in article 38, paragraph 8 referred to emergency procedure no later than 5 days after the shipment.

4. contract notices shall be published in full in an official language of the community, as the Contracting Authority chooses, and only this edition in the original language alone being authentic. A summary of the main points of each notice shall be published in the other official language.

The cost of the Commission's publication of such notices shall be borne by the community.

5. The notices and their contents may not be published at national level before the date on which they are sent to the Commission.

Notices published at national level shall not contain information other than that contained in the notices dispatched to the Commission or published on a buyer profile in accordance with article 35, paragraph 1, first subparagraph and the date of dispatch of the notice to the Commission or its publication on the buyer profile to appear in the publication.

Prior information notices may not be published on a buyer profile before the notice of the publication of this form is sent to the Commission, and the messages should indicate this ship date.

6. notices not sent by electronic means in accordance with the format and procedures for transmission indicated in annex VIII, no. 3, may only be about 650 words.

7. The contracting authorities must be able to prove the date of dispatch of the notice.

8. the Commission shall submit to the contracting authority confirmation of the publication of the information forwarded with indication of the date of publication. This confirmation shall be considered as proof of publication.

Article 37

Non-mandatory publication

Contracting authorities may publish in accordance with article 36 notices of public contracts which are not covered by the provisions of this directive whether mandatory disclosure.

Section 2

Deadlines

Article 38

Time-limits for receipt of requests to participate and for receipt of tenders

1. When fixing the time limits for the receipt of tenders and requests to participate, contracting authorities shall take particular account of the complexity of the contract and the time required for drawing up tenders, without prejudice to article. However, the minimum time limits laid down in this article.

2. In open procedures the time limit for the receipt of tenders not less than 52 days from the date of dispatch of the contract notice.


3. in restricted procedures and negotiated procedures referred to in article 30 to the prior contract notice and competitive dialogue (a)) is the deadline for the receipt of requests to participate at least 37 days from the date of dispatch of the contract notice



(b) in the case of restricted procedures) is the deadline for the receipt of tenders not less than 40 days from the date of dispatch of the invitation to tender.

4. Where the contracting authorities have published a prior information notice, the deadline for the receipt of tenders under paragraphs 2 and 3 (b)), as a general rule, be shortened to 36 days, but under no circumstances to less than 22 days.

This period shall begin from the date of dispatch of the contract notice was sent in open procedures, and from the date of dispatch of the invitation to submit offers by restricted invitations to tender.

The shorter time limit referred to in the first subparagraph are allowed, provided that the prior information notice has included all the information required for the contract notice in annex VII A, insofar as that information is available at publication, and that this notice has been sent for publication at least 52 days and no more than 12 months before the date of dispatch of the contract notice.

5. where notices are drawn up and transmitted by electronic means in accordance with the format and procedures for transmission indicated in annex VIII, no. 3, in paragraphs 2 and 4 shall time-limits for receipt of tenders in open procedures, and in paragraph 3 (a)), referred to time-limit for receipt of requests to participate in restricted procedures and negotiated procedures and the competitive dialogue be shortened by 7 days.

6. The time limits for the receipt of tenders provided for in paragraph 2 and paragraph 3 (b)), may be shortened by 5 days, if the contracting authority from the date on which the notice is published in accordance with annex VIII provides free, direct and full electronic access to the contract documents and any supplementary document, since it is stated in the text of the notice the internet address at which this documentation can be found.

This shortening can be cumulated with the referred to in paragraph 5 has been shortened.

7. If the contract documents, supporting documents or additional information are, for whatever reason, not submitted within the scope of article 39 and 40 deadlines, even though requested them in time, or if the offer can be made only after inspection on site or after on-the-spot inspections of the documents supporting the contract documents, the time limits for receipt of tenders shall be extended , so that all economic operators concerned may be aware of all the information needed to produce tenders.

8. in the case of restricted procedures and negotiated procedures with prior contract notice as referred to in article 30, in urgent cases, it is not possible to adhere to the minimum time limits laid down in this article, contracting authorities may fix: a) a time limit for the receipt of requests to participate at least 15 days from the date of dispatch of the contract notice and at least 10 days If the notice is sent electronically, in accordance with the format and procedures for transmission indicated in annex VIII, no. 3



(b)) and in a restricted procedure a time limit for the receipt of bids of at least 10 days from the date of dispatch of the invitation to submit tenders.

Article 39

Open procedures: specifications, additional documents and information

1. If the contracting authority does not, when it comes to public procurement, provides free, direct and full electronic access in accordance with article 38, paragraph 6, the contract documents and any supplementary document, the contract documents and supporting documents shall be sent to economic operators within six days of receipt of the request, provided that this has been requested in good time before the expiry of the deadline for the submission of tenders.

2. Any additional information relating to the contract documents and supporting documents must be supplied by the contracting authorities or competent departments not later than six days before the final date fixed for receipt of tenders, provided that it is requested them in time.

Section 3

The information to be transmitted, and how they are communicated

Article 40

Invitations to submit tenders, to engage in dialogue or to negotiate

1. in restricted procedures, competitive dialogue and negotiated procedures with prior contract notice as referred to in article 30 calls on the contracting authorities shall simultaneously and in writing, the selected applicants to submit tenders or to negotiate or competitive dialogue to participate in the dialogue.

2. The call for applicants includes: – either a copy of the specifications or of the descriptive document and any supplementary document



– or notification that they have access to the contract documents or the other documents referred to in article 6. the first indent, when they are made directly available by electronic means in accordance with the article 38, paragraph 6.

3. When a unit of measure other than the contracting authority responsible for the award procedure, and is held by the specifications, the descriptive document and/or any supporting documents, the invitation shall be entered on the address of the service, by which those specifications, that descriptive document and those annexes may be requested and, if appropriate, the deadline for the submission of an application as well as the price and payment conditions for obtaining these documents handed over. The competent authorities shall send that documentation to the economic operator immediately upon receipt of your request.

4. additional information on the specifications, must be supplied by the contracting authorities or competent departments not later than six days before the final date fixed for receipt of tenders, provided that it is requested them in time. By restricted or negotiated procedure after the urgency procedure is 4 days.

5. in addition, the invitation to submit a tender, to participate in the dialogue or to negotiate include at least the following information: a) a reference to the published contract notice



(b)) the deadline for the receipt of tenders, the address to which the tenders must be sent and the language or languages in which they must be drawn up on the



(c) the competitive dialogue the date) and the address set for the start of consultation and the language or languages used



d) an indication of the documents, if any, to be attached, either to support the verifiable statements, and as supplied by the applicant in accordance with article 44, or to supplement the information required in the same article, under the same conditions as those laid down in articles 47 and 48



(e)) the weighting of the criteria for the award of the contract or, where appropriate, the order of precedence, those criteria shall be assigned, with the most important first, if they are not given in the contract notice, the specifications or the descriptive document.

If, however, in the case of contracts concluded in accordance with the rules laid down in article 29, shall show the information in this paragraph (b)) not in the invitation to participate in the dialogue, but is specified in the invitation to submit an offer.

Article 41

Notice to candidates and tenderers

1. The contracting authorities shall as soon as possible inform candidates and tenderers of the decisions taken with regard to the conclusion of a framework agreement, the award of a contract or admittance to a dynamic purchasing system, including, inter alia, the reasons why they have decided not to conclude a framework agreement or award a contract, which has been put up, but to start the procedure anew or to establish a dynamic purchasing system; the notification is done in writing, if the contracting authority receives the request.

2. At the request of the party concerned shall notify the contracting authority shall as quickly as possible – all candidates, why their application is rejected



-any unsuccessful bidders why their offer is rejected, including in the cases referred to in article 23, paragraphs 4 and 5, why it has decided that the requirements cannot be considered to be fulfilled in a similar way, or why it has decided to build and construction-as well as contracts and public service contracts does not meet the requirements for performance or functionality



– all bidders, who has made an admissible tender of the characteristics and relative advantages of the tender selected quotation and provide them with the name of the tenderer whose tender has been accepted, or the parties to the framework agreement.

The time used, shall under no circumstances exceed 15 days from the receipt of a written request.

3. However, contracting authorities may decide not to grant some of the information referred to in paragraph 1 on the contract award, the conclusion of framework agreements or admission to a dynamic purchasing system, if such disclosure would impede law enforcement or otherwise be contrary to the public interest or would prejudice the specific public or private economic operators ' legitimate economic interests or for fair competition between them.

Section 4

Communication

Article 42

Rules of communication

1. The communication referred to in this section and the exchange of information may, in accordance with the contracting authority's choice be made by letter, by fax or by electronic means in accordance with paragraphs 4 and 5, by telephone in the cases and under the conditions laid down in paragraph 6, or by a combination of these means.


2. The means of communication chosen must be generally available and thus not restrict economic operators ' access to the award procedure.

3. communication and the Exchange and storage of information is done in a way that ensures that the integrity of data and the confidentiality of tenders and requests to participate are preserved, and that the contracting authorities do not become aware of the content of tenders and requests to participate only after the expiry of the time limit laid down for submission of tenders.

4. The tools used for electronic communications, and their technical characteristics shall be non-discriminatory, generally available and functionally compatible with commonly used products in the field of information and communication technology.

5. the following rules shall apply to devices for the electronic transmission and receipt of tenders and to devices for the electronic receipt of requests to participate: a) Information regarding the specifications necessary for the electronic submission of tenders and the electronic submission of requests to participate, including encryption, shall be available to the parties concerned. In addition, the devices for the electronic receipt of tenders and requests to participate must be in accordance with the requirements of annex X.



(b)) Whereas Member States may, in compliance with article 5 of Directive 1999/93/EC, require that electronic deals is supplied with an advanced electronic signature in accordance with article 5, paragraph 1, of the said directive.



c) Member States may introduce or maintain voluntary accreditation schemes aiming at enhanced levels of certification service provision for these devices;



d) tenderers or candidates shall undertake to submit in articles 45 to 50 and article 52 referred to documents, certificates and declarations before the expiry of the time limit laid down for submission of tenders or the submission of an application for participation, if they do not exist in electronic form.

6. The following rules apply to the transmission of requests to participate: a) requests to participate in procedures for the award of public contracts may be made in writing or by telephone.



b) If requests to participate shall be submitted by telephone, a written confirmation must be sent before expiry of the time-limit fixed for the receipt.



c) contracting authorities may require that requests for participation made by fax should be confirmed by post or by electronic means, if it is necessary in the interests of the legal means of proof. The contracting authorities shall indicate all such requirements and the time limit for sending a confirmation by post or electronic means in the tender notice.

Section 5

Reports

Article 43

Reports content

For every contract, framework agreement each and every establishment of a dynamic purchasing system, contracting authorities shall draw up a report which shall include at least the following information: a) the name and address of the contracting authority and of the contract, framework agreement or the dynamic purchasing system, the subject and value



(b)) the name of the selected candidates or tenderers and the reasons for them



(c)) the name of the candidates or tenderers rejected and the reasons for their rejection



d) reasons for their rejection of deals, which are considered to be abnormally low



(e)) the name of the bidder whose offer is accepted, and the reasons for his or her offer is selected and, if known, any share of the contract or framework agreement, the tenderer intends to subcontract to third parties



f) by negotiated procedures with an indication of any of the circumstances referred to in articles 30 and 31 which justify the use of this kind of supply



g) competitive dialogue the circumstances which justify the use of this procedure, see. Article 29



h) where appropriate, the reasons why the contracting authority has decided not to award a contract or framework agreement or to establish a dynamic purchasing system.

The contracting authorities shall take appropriate steps to document the conduct of the procurement procedures carried out by electronic means.

Report, or the main elements of these must be communicated to the Commission, if it so requests.

CHAPTER VII

Settlement of the tendering procedure;

Section 1

General provisions

Article 44

Aptitude examination and selection of participants, the award of contracts

1. Contracts shall be awarded on the basis of the criteria laid down in articles 53 and 55, taking into account article 24, after the contracting authorities have examined whether the economic operators not excluded under articles 45 and 46, are appropriate; such aptitude examination carried out in accordance with the criteria of economic and financial standing, of professional and technical knowledge or ability referred to in articles 47 to 52, and, where necessary, in accordance with the non-discriminatory rules and criteria referred to in paragraph 3.

2. The contracting authorities may require minimum criteria for suitability as candidates and tenderers in accordance with articles 47 and 48 shall comply.

The extent of the information referred to in articles 47 and 48 and the minimum criteria of fitness required for a specific contract must be linked with and proportionate to the subject-matter of the contract.

These minimum criteria be indicated in the contract documents.

3. in restricted procedures, negotiated procedures with publication of a contract notice and after a competitive dialogue, contracting authorities may limit the number of candidates who will be invited to submit tenders, to negotiate or to participate, provided that there is a sufficient number of suitable candidates. The contracting authorities shall indicate in the contract notice the objective and non-discriminatory criteria or rules they intend to apply, the minimum number of candidates who will be invited to submit tenders, and possibly a largest number of applicants.

The case of restricted procedures, this is the minimum number of five. In negotiated procedures with publication of a contract notice and in the competitive dialogue, the minimum number of three. In any case, the number of candidates invited to tender a bid, be sufficient to ensure genuine competition.

The contracting authorities shall invite a number of candidates at least equal to the predetermined minimum number of applicants to submit offers. If the number of candidates satisfy the selection criteria or the minimum requirements, is lower than the minimum number, the contracting authority may proceed with the procedure by inviting the person or applicants who are in possession of the required capabilities, to submit offers. The contracting authority must not allow procedure include other economic operators who have not applied for participation, or candidates who do not possess the required capability.

4. When contracting authorities shall apply the possibility of limiting the number of solutions to be discussed, or offers to be negotiated without prejudice. Article 29, paragraph 4, and article 30, paragraph 4, carry out this limitation on the basis of the award criteria set out in the contract notice, the specifications or the descriptive document. In the final stage there must be a number, which can ensure a real competition, provided that there is a sufficient number of appropriate solutions or candidates.

Section 2

Criteria for qualitative selection

Article 45

The applicant's or the offeror's personal situation

1. the exclusion from participation in a procurement procedure any candidate or tenderer who has been issued a final judgment, which the contracting authority is aware for one or more of the following reasons: (a)) participation in a criminal organisation, as defined in article 2, paragraph 1, of Council Joint Action 98/773/RIA20)



b) bribery as defined respectively in article 3 of the Council Act of 26 May. may 199721) and article 3(1) of Council Joint Action 98/742/RIA22)



c) fraud within the meaning of article 1 of the Convention on the protection of the European Communities ' financial interesser23)



d) money laundering as defined in article 1 of Council Directive 91/308/EEC of 10. June 1991 on prevention of the use of the financial system for money laundering. 24) the Member States shall determine on the basis of their national law and in compliance with Community law, the implementing rules for the application of this paragraph.

They can lay down a derogation from the obligation in the first section out from the tenderer in the public interest.


For the purposes of this paragraph, the contracting authorities shall request, if applicable, applicants or tenderers to submit the documentary evidence referred to in paragraph 3, as well as, if they are in doubt about the candidates/tenderers personal circumstances, may apply to the competent authorities in order to obtain the information about these candidates or tenderers personal relationship, as they deem necessary. If the information concerns a candidate or a tenderer established in a country other than the country of the contracting authority, the contracting authority may request the competent authorities to cooperate. Depending on the national legislation of the Member State where the candidates or tenderers are established, such requests relate to legal persons and/or natural persons including, where appropriate, business managers, or other with decision-making or supervisory powers in a business that is authorized to represent, make decisions about or verify the applicant or tenderer.

2. From participation in a procurement procedure: (a) any economic operator may be excluded) if bo is under bankruptcy, liquidation, or composition with creditors, who has suspended its business activities or are in any analogous situation arising from a similar procedure provided for in national legislation



b) is the subject under examination in view of the bankruptcy or winding up or composition with creditors or of any other similar proceedings are laid down by national legislation



(c)) as by a judgment according to the country's regulations is convicted of an offence, which raise doubts about his professional conduct;



(d)) as in the exercise of his profession has committed a serious error, which the contracting authorities can demonstrate have found



e) which has not fulfilled obligations relating to the payment of social security contributions in accordance with the legal provisions of the country in which he/she is established or with those of the country of the contracting authority



(f)) who have not fulfilled obligations relating to the payment of taxes in accordance with the legal provisions of the country in which he/she is established or with those of the country of the contracting authority



g) is guilty of serious misrepresentation in the communication of the information that may be required pursuant to this section, or who have failed to provide this information.

Member States shall determine on the basis of their national law and in compliance with Community law, the implementing rules for the application of this paragraph.

3. The contracting authorities shall approve as sufficient proof that the economic operator are not in any of those listed in paragraph 1 and in paragraph 2 (a)), b), c), (e) and (f)))): (a) in situations referred to in paragraph 1 and in paragraph 2 (a)), b) and (c)), in the cases referred to in the disclosure of a criminal record or an equivalent document issued by a competent judicial or administrative authority in the country of origin or country whence which shows that these requirements have been met;



b) pursuant to paragraph 2 (e)) or f), in the cases referred to in a certificate issued by the competent authority of the Member State concerned.

If documents or certificates are not issued by the country concerned or don't cover all those listed in paragraph 1 and in paragraph 2 (a)), b) or c) in the cases referred to, they can be replaced by a Declaration on oath or, in Member States where swearing is not used, by a solemn declaration, which concerned be made before a competent judicial or administrative authority, a notary or a competent professional or trade body in the country of origin or country whence.

4. Member States shall designate the authorities and bodies competent to issue the documents referred to in paragraph 3, the certificates or declarations, and shall inform the Commission thereof. This is without prejudice to the applicable rules on data protection.

Article 46

The right to exercise the profession

Economic actors wishing to take part in a public contract may be requested to demonstrate that they are recorded in the professional or trade register, or whether to make a declaration under oath or to submit an attestation as specified in annex IX A for public works contracts, in annex IX B for public supply contracts and in annex IX C for public service contracts and as prescribed in the Member State where they are established.

If applicants or bidders in connection with the award of public service contracts should have a particular authorisation or to be members of a particular organisation in their own country to be able to perform the service concerned, the contracting authority may require proof that authorization or this membership.

Article 47

Economic and financial capabilities;

1. proof of the economic operator's financial and economic capacity can generally be carried out by one or more of the following information: a) appropriate statements from banks or, where appropriate, evidence of relevant professional risk indemnity insurance;



(b)) the presentation of balance sheets or extracts thereof, if the publication of the balance-sheet is compulsory in the country in which the economic operator is established;



c) a statement of the economic operator's overall turnover and, where appropriate, turnover within the area of activity for which the contract relates, for a maximum of the last three financial years available, depending on when the economic operator was established or began operations, if the data for this circulation is available.

2. An economic operator may, where appropriate and for a particular contract rely on the capacity of other entities, whatever the legal nature of the relations between the operator itself and those entities. The operator must in that case prove to the contracting authority that he has at its disposal the necessary resources, URf.eks. by presenting documentation for these entities obligations in this respect.

3. a group of economic operators as referred to in article 4 may, under the same conditions, rely on its participants ' ability or other entities, participant's ability.

4. The contracting authorities shall indicate in the contract notice or in the invitation to tender, which reference or referred to in paragraph 1, the references they have chosen and which other documentation to be submitted.

5. If, for any valid reason, the economic operator is unable to provide the references requested by the contracting authority, he may prove his economic and financial standing by any other document which the contracting authority considers appropriate.

Article 48

Technical and/or professional capability

1. Economic operators ' technical and/or professional capacity shall be evaluated and verified in accordance with paragraphs 2 and 3.

2. Economic operators ' technical capability may be furnished by one or more of the following ways, depending on the nature, quantity or importance, and use of the construction works, goods or services: (a))





in)





presentation of a list of the works carried out over the past five years, accompanied by certificates of satisfactory execution for the most important works. These certificates shall indicate the value, as well as the time and place of execution, and whether the work is carried out professionally and correctly closed. Where appropriate, the competent authority shall submit these certificates directly to the contracting authority





 



(ii))





presentation of a list of the principal deliveries or services performed in the course of the last three years, with the sums, dates and public or private recipient. There is evidence for deliveries and services in the following cases:





 

 



-





If the recipient is a contracting authority, they must be proved by certificates issued or countersigned by the competent authority





 

 



-





If the recipient is a private buyer, they must be certified by this or, failing this, simply by a declaration by the economic operator







(b))





indication of the technicians or technical bodies involved, and especially those responsible for quality control, regardless of whether they belong to in the economic operator's undertaking or not, and, in the case of public works contracts, for them, the contractor has at its disposal for the performance of work







(c))





description of the technical equipment and the measures taken by the supplier or service provider for ensuring quality and the undertaking's study and research facilities








(d))





If the goods or services to be supplied are complex or, exceptionally, are required for a special purpose, a check carried out by the contracting authority or on its behalf by a competent official body of the country in which the supplier or service provider is established, subject to that body's consent; This control relates to the supplier's production capacity or the service provider's technical capability and, if necessary, the undertaking's study and research facilities and the measures to take control of this quality







(e))





information about the educational and professional qualifications of the service provider or contractor and/or company employees and especially with the person or persons responsible for providing the services or work







(f))





Declaration, but only in appropriate cases, of the environmental management measures that the economic operator will be able to apply when performing the contract, in the case of public works contracts and public service contracts







(g))





Declaration of the service provider or contractor's annual average number of employees and the number of managers over the last three years







(h))





statement about which tools, material and technical equipment of the service provider or contractor has at its disposal for the fulfilment of the contract







in)





an indication of the proportion of the contract which the service provider may intend to subcontract







(j))





with respect to the goods to be supplied:





 



in)





samples, descriptions and/or photographs, the authenticity must be certified if the contracting authority's request





 



(ii))





certificates drawn up by official quality control institutes or agencies of recognized competence attesting conformity of products clearly identified by references to certain specifications or standards, in accordance with these.











3. An economic operator may, where appropriate and for a particular contract rely on the capacity of other entities, whatever the legal nature of the relations between the operator itself and those entities. It must in that case prove to the contracting authority that he has at its disposal the resources necessary for contract execution, URf.eks. by presenting documentation for these devices promise to make the necessary resources available to the economic operator.

4. a group of economic operators as referred to in article 4 may, under the same conditions, rely on its participants ' capability or of other entities.

5. in the case of public contracts for supplies requiring siting or installation work, relating to the services and/or works, can economic operators ' capability to perform these services, installation work or works, in particular, be assessed on the basis of their skills, efficiency, experience and reliability.

6. The contracting authority shall indicate in the notice or in the invitation to submit tenders which of the forms referred to in paragraph 2 for the documentation to be submitted.

Article 49

Quality assurance standards

Where the contracting authorities require that there be presented certificates drawn up by independent bodies for attesting conformity of the economic operators ' compliance with certain quality assurance standards, they shall refer to quality assurance systems based on the European standards in the field and is certified by bodies which meet European standards of certification. They recognise equivalent certificates from bodies in other Member States. They shall also accept other evidence of equivalent quality assurance measures from economic operators.

Article 50

Environmental management standards

Requires the contracting authorities in the cases referred to in article 48, paragraph 2, subparagraph (f)), the production of certificates drawn up by independent bodies, whereby it is established that the economic operator meets certain environmental management standards, they shall refer to the Community eco-management and audit scheme (EMAS) or to environmental management standards based on the relevant European or international standards certified by bodies in accordance with European Community law or the European or international standards concerning certification. They recognise equivalent certificates from bodies in other Member States. They shall also accept other evidence of equivalent environmental management measures from economic operators.

Article 51

Additional documents and information

The contracting authority may invite economic operators to supplement or expand on it pursuant to article 45-50 dossiers.

Article 52

Official lists of approved economic operators and certification by public-law or private-law bodies

1. Member States may introduce either official lists of approved contractors, suppliers or service providers or introduce certification carried out by the public-law or private-law bodies.

Member States shall adapt the conditions for registration on these lists and for the certifying bodies issuing certificates to the provisions of article 45, paragraph 1 and paragraph 2 (a))-d) and (g)), article 46, article 47, paragraph 1, 4 and 5, article 48, paragraphs 1, 2, 5 and 6, article 49 and, where appropriate, article 50.

Member States shall adapt them also to the provisions of article 47, paragraph 2, and article 48, paragraph 3, as regards the request for admission from economic operators, who are part of a group and can claim that they have been made available by other companies that are part of the group. In such a case, presenting the actors to the satisfaction of the authority, who leads the official list, proof that they possess these resources throughout the period during which the certificate of registration on the official list is valid, and that these companies during the same period to continue meeting the requirements with regard to the qualitative selection provided for in the articles mentioned in the previous section and as these stakeholders argue by their inclusion.

2. Economic actors are included in an official list, or having a certificate may, for each contract, submit to the contracting authority a certificate of registration issued by the competent authority or the certificate issued by the competent certification body. It should be apparent from these certificates, the information which has formed the basis for inclusion on the list/to obtain certification and the classification resulting from the list.

3. A by a competent body certified registration on official lists or certificate issued by a certifying agency shall constitute only a presumption of qualification for the contracting authorities of other Member States in relation to article 45, paragraph 1 and paragraph 2 (a))-d) and (g)), article 46, article 47, paragraph 1 (b)) and (c)), and to article 48, paragraph 2, point (a)), in) (b)), e, g) and (h))), for contractors, article 48, paragraph 2, point (a)), (ii))) (b), c), (d)) and (j)), for the suppliers, and article 49, paragraph 2 (a)), (ii)), and (c)), in), for service providers.

4. the information deduced from registration on official lists or certification may not be called into question without justification. In the case of contributions to social security schemes and payment of taxes and duties may be required of economic operators additional documentation for every single contract.

The contracting authorities of other Member States apply only to paragraph 3 and the first subparagraph of this paragraph on economic operators established in the Member State, which leads the official list.

5. In connection with admission of economic operators from other Member States in an official list or certification of such made by the bodies referred to in paragraph 1 may not be required, other evidence or statements than those required of national suppliers and, in any event, other than those provided for under articles 45 to 49 and, where appropriate, article 50.

Such an admission or certification may not, however, be imposed on economic operators from other Member States with a view to their participation in a tendering procedure. The contracting authorities shall recognise equivalent certificates from bodies in other Member States. They shall also accept other equivalent forms of proof.


6. Economic operators may at any time request the inclusion on an official list or for certification. They must within a reasonable short time be informed of the decision taken by the authority drawing up the list, or the competent certification body.

7. the certification bodies referred to in paragraph 1 shall be bodies complying with the European standards for certification.

8. Member States which have official lists or certification bodies as referred to in paragraph 1 shall inform the Commission and the other Member States of the address of the body to which requests can be directed.

Section 3

Contract award

Article 53

Criteria for the award of contracts

1. without prejudice to national laws, regulations or administrative provisions on the remuneration of certain services, the contracting authorities the following criteria to base the award of public contracts: a) either when the award is made on the basis of the perspective of the originator's point of view, the most economically advantageous tender, various criteria in connection with the subject-matter of the public contract in question, URf.eks. quality, price, technical value, aesthetics and functional character, environmental characteristics, running costs, profitability, customer service and technical assistance, delivery date and time of delivery or performance dates



(b)) or the lowest price only.

2. The contracting authority specifies in paragraph 1 (a)), in the cases referred to in the contract notice or in the contract documents or by competitive dialogue in the descriptive document, the relative weights they will how criteria are chosen in order to determine which is the most economically advantageous offer, see. However, the third subparagraph.

This weighting can be specified by setting a frame with an appropriate maximum fluctuation.

Where the contracting authority does not believe that there can be a weighting, and can demonstrate this, the contracting authority shall indicate in the contract notice or in the contract documents or, in the case of a competitive dialogue, in the descriptive document, the criteria in descending order with the most important first.

Article 54

Application of electronic auction

1. Member States may provide that contracting authorities may make use of electronic auctions.

2. in open, restricted or negotiated procedures referred to in article 30, paragraph 1, point (a)), in the cases referred to, the contracting authorities may decide that used electronic auction prior to the award of a public contract, when the contract specifications can be established with precision.

Electronic auction may be used under the same conditions by a renewed competition between the parties to a framework agreement, see. Article 32, paragraph 4, second subparagraph, second indent, and in the case of contracts to be awarded within the dynamic purchasing system referred to in article 33.

The electronic auction shall concern: – either the prices alone, when the contract is allocated on the basis of the lowest price



– or prices and/or the value of the features of the tenders indicated in the specification when the contract is allocated on the basis of the most economically advantageous tender.

3. Contracting authorities which decide to apply the electronic auction shall indicate this in the contract notice.

The specification contains, inter alia, the following information: a) the elements whose values will be the subject of electronic auction, provided that such features are quantifiable and can be expressed in figures or percentages;



b) any limits on the values which may be submitted, as they emerge from the specifications of the subject-matter of the contract



(c)) the information will be made available to tenderers during the electronic auction, and at which time they shall be made available, where appropriate,



(d)) the information that is relevant to the conduct of the electronic auction



e) the conditions under which bidders can bid, and especially the smallest fluctuations between the commandments, which, where appropriate, be required when bidding;



f) the relevant information concerning the electronic system used, and whether conditions and technical specifications for connection.

4. Before the contracting authorities are holding an electronic auction, make a full initial evaluation of the tenders in accordance with the award criteria set and with the weighting is determined.

All the tenderers who have submitted admissible bids are invited at the same time, electronic to submit new prices and/or new values; the invitation contains all the relevant information concerning individual connection to the electronic equipment being used and shall state the date and starting time of the auction. The electronic auction may take place in the course of successive phases. Electronic auction may be initiated at the earliest two working days following the dispatch of the invitation to submit tenders.

5. Once the award is made on the basis of the most economically advantageous tender, the invitation shall be accompanied by the outcome of the full evaluation of the relevant tenderer deals carried out in accordance with the weighting provided for in article 53, paragraph 2, first subparagraph.

The invitation shall also state the mathematical formula that at electronic auction determines the automatic reclassification on the basis of the new prices and/or new values. That formula shall incorporate the weighting of all the criteria laid down, in order to decide which offer is the most economically advantageous tender, as indicated in the contract notice or in the contract documents; to this end, any framework for vægtningens fluctuations, however, prior is expressed by a specific value.

Where variants are allowed, a formula is set separately for each variant.

6. Throughout each phase of an electronic auction the contracting authorities shall provide without delay all bidders at least the information that gives them the opportunity at any time to know their respective classification. They may also provide other information concerning other prices or values submitted, provided that that is stated in the specification. They may also at any time announce the number of participants in the auction. They, however, must under no circumstances give an indication of the tenderers during any phase of an electronic auction stages identity.

7. The contracting authority terminates the electronic auction in accordance with one or more of the following: a) in the invitation to take part in the auction they shall indicate the date and time fixed in advance



(b)) when they receive no more new prices or new values which meet the requirements concerning minimum fluctuations. In such cases, the contracting authorities in the invitation to take part in the auction the time which they will observe from the receipt of the last votes price or value, before they close the electronic auction;



c) when the number of phases in the auction, fixed in the invitation, is implemented.

When the contracting authorities have decided to close an electronic auction in accordance with subparagraph (c)), possibly in combination with the arrangements laid down in subparagraph (b)), the invitation to take part in the auction shall indicate the timetable for each phase of the auction.

8. Upon completion of an electronic auction the contracting authorities shall allocate, in accordance with article 53, the contract on the basis of the results of the electronic auction.

The contracting authorities must not misuse an electronic auction, or apply it in a way that can prevent, restrict or distort competition or in a manner that might change the subject-matter of the contract, as put up for tender by the publication of the contract notice and defined in the specification.

Article 55

Abnormally low bids

1. If, for a given contract offer appear to be abnormally low in relation to the services, the contracting authority shall, before it may reject those bids, request in writing details of the composition of the tender which it considers relevant.

This information may in particular cover a) the economics of the construction method, the method of production of the goods or performance of services



(b)) the applied technical solutions and/or the offeror's exceptionally favourable conditions in order to perform the work or to deliver goods or services



(c)) the originality of the of the offeror's works, goods or services offered



d) observance of the provisions relating to employment protection and working conditions in General, applicable in the place where the service is to be provided



e) possible state aid to the offeror.

2. The contracting authority shall examine, after consultation with the tenderer, constituent elements taking into account the reasons given.

3. where a contracting authority establishes that a tender is abnormally low because the Tenderer has received State aid, can offer only will be rejected with this one justification, if the Contracting Authority consults the tenderer and this within a sufficient time limit fixed by the contracting authority, are not able to show that the aid in question is assigned in a lawful manner. If the contracting authority rejects a tender in these circumstances, , it shall inform the Commission thereof.

TITLE III

RULES RELATING TO CONCESSIONS OF PUBLIC WORKS

CHAPTER I

Rules for concessions of public works

Article 56

The scope of the


The provisions of this chapter shall apply to all public works concessions contracts awarded by the contracting authorities when contracts equal to or greater than EUR 6 242 0000 is on.

This value is calculated in accordance with the rules on contracts for public works in article 9.

Article 57

The concession contracts, which are not covered by the provisions of this section

The provisions of this section shall not apply to public works concessions contracts: a) granted in cases of public works of the works he is referred to in this directive Article 13, 14 or 15



b) awarded by contracting authorities exercising one or more of the activities referred to in articles 3 to 7 of Directive 2004/17/EC.

However, this Directive shall continue to apply to public works concessions contracts awarded by contracting authorities exercising one or more of the activities listed in article 6 of Directive 2004/17/EC and awarded in connection with these activities, when the Member State concerned takes advantage of the option provided for in the second subparagraph of article 71 of that directive, in order to defer the application.

Article 58

Publication of the notice of the concession of public works

1. Contracting authorities which wish to award a concession contract for public works shall make known their intention by means of a notice.

2. notices about the concession of public works must contain the information referred to in annex VII C, and any other information that the contracting authority deems appropriate, in the standard forms adopted by the Commission in accordance with the procedure laid down in article 77, paragraph 2.

3. the notices shall be published in accordance with article 36, paragraphs 2 to 8.

4. Article 37 concerning publication of notices shall also apply to concessions of public works.

Article 59

Deadlines

When the contracting authorities shall apply a concession contract for public works, should the deadline for submission of applications for the contract shall not be less than 52 days from the date of dispatch of the notice, except where article 38, paragraph 5, shall apply.

Article 38, paragraph 7, shall apply.

Article 60

Subcontracting

The contracting authority may: (a)) either impose holders of concession contracts for public works to transfer contracts, representing at least 30% of the total value of the work for which the concession contract is to be, to third parties, while at the same time it gives applicants the opportunity to increase this percentage. This minimum percentage shall be specified in the concession contract for construction work



(b)) or invite the candidates for concession contracts to specify in their tenders to the percentage, if any, of the total value of the work for which the concession contract is to be, as they intend to assign to third parties.

Article 61

The awarding of additional works to the concessionaire

This Directive shall not apply to additional works that are neither mentioned in the concession project initially considered or in the initial contract but which have, through unforeseen circumstances, become necessary for the performance of construction work, such as is described herein, and which the contracting authority awarding the concession holder, provided that the contracts be awarded to the economic operator who performs construction work : – when these additional services or works does not technically or economically separated from the initial contract without major inconvenience to the contracting authorities, or



– When these services or work, admittedly, can be separated from the performance of the original contract, are strictly necessary for its but full implementation.

The total value of contracts awarded for additional works may not exceed 50% of the value of the original works, which are the subject of the concession.

CHAPTER II

Rules for contracts awarded by concessionaires which are contracting authorities

Article 62

Applicable rules

If the concessionaire is a contracting authority as defined in article 1, paragraph 9, is that, with regard to the work to be carried out by a third party, obliged to comply with the provisions laid down in this directive on the award of public works contracts.

CHAPTER III

Rules for contracts awarded by concessionaires which are not contracting authorities

Article 63

Provisions on disclosure: threshold and exceptions

1. Member States shall take the necessary measures to ensure that holders of a concession contract for public works, which are not contracting authorities apply the rules concerning publication of article 64 the conclusion of contracts for works with third parties when the value of such contracts is equal to or greater than EUR 6 242 0000 at.

However, no disclosure is required when works contract satisfies the conditions laid down in the cases referred to in article 31.

The value of the contracts is calculated on the basis of the rules for public works contracts within the meaning of article 9.

2. As a third party is considered not undertakings which have formed a group in order to obtain the concession, or their affiliated companies.

' Linked enterprises ' shall mean enterprises, on which the concessionaire can exert a dominant influence, directly or indirectly, or companies that can exert a dominant influence on the concessionaire or which, as the concessionaire, is subject to the dominant influence of another undertaking by virtue of ownership, financial participation or the rules which govern it. There is a presumption of a dominant influence over another undertaking, where an undertaking directly or indirectly: a) hold the major part of the capital in this company, or



(b)) hold the major part of the voting rights attached to shares in the company, or



c) can appoint more than half of the members of the undertaking's administrative, managerial or supervisory body.

An exhaustive list of these enterprises to be attached to the application for the concession. This list shall be updated, as happens later changes in relations between companies.

Article 64

Publication of the notice

1. Holders of a concession contract for public works, which are not contracting authorities which wish to award a contract for public works with a third party, shall make known their intention by means of a notice.

2. Notices shall contain the information referred to in annex VII C, and any other information that the contracting authority deems appropriate, in the standard forms adopted by the Commission in accordance with the procedure laid down in article 77, paragraph 2.

3. The notice shall be published in accordance with article 36, paragraphs 2 to 8.

4. Article 37 on the voluntary publication of notices shall also apply.

Article 65

Time-limits for receipt of requests to participate and receipt of tenders

For building works, offered by holders of concession contracts for public works, which are not contracting authorities, establishes the concession holder a time limit for the receipt of requests to participate which may not be less than 37 days from the date of dispatch of the contract notice, and a time limit for the receipt of tenders which shall not be less than 40 days from the date of dispatch of the contract notice or the invitation to submit offers.

Article 38, paragraph 5, 6 and 7, shall apply.

TITLE IV

RULES GOVERNING DESIGN CONTESTS ON SERVICES

Article 66

General provisions

1. The rules for the organisation of a design contest shall be fixed in accordance with article 66-74 and made available to those who are interested in participating in the contest.

2. the admission of participants to design contests shall not be limited: a) to the territory of a Member State or a part thereof



(b)) of the fact that, under the law of the Member State in which the contest will be held, required that participants must be either natural or legal persons.

Article 67

The scope of the

1. Project competitions are held in accordance with the provisions of this section: (a)) by contracting authorities which are governmental authorities as referred to in annex IV, from a threshold of EUR 162 000 or more



b) by contracting authorities other than those covered by Annex IV, from a threshold of EUR 249 000 or more



(c)) by all contracting authorities from a threshold of EUR 249 000 or more, if the contests concern services in category 8 of Annex IIA, category 5 telecommunications services, the positions of which in the CPV are equivalent to CPC reference Nos 7524, 7525 and 7526 and/or services in annex II (B).

2. this title shall apply to: (a)) design contests organised for the conclusion of a public service contract



b) design contests with prizes and/or payments to competition participants.


In the case referred to in point (a)), the term threshold value the estimated value net of VAT of the public services contracts, including any possible prizes and/or payments to participants.

In the case referred to in point (b)), the term threshold value the total of the prizes and payments, including the estimated value net of VAT of the public services contracts, which later will be concluded in accordance with article 31, paragraph 3, if the contracting authority does not exclude such an award in the contest notice.

Article 68

Exceptions to the scope

This section shall not apply to: a) design contests on services as referred to in Directive 2004/17/EC, organised by contracting authorities exercising one or more of those listed in article 3 of that Directive-7 activities referred to, in order to continue the pursuit of such activities; design contests that are not covered by the scope of that directive. However, this Directive shall continue to apply to the concession contracts for public services, design contests awarded by contracting authorities exercising one or more of the activities listed in article 6 of Directive 2004/17/EC and awarded in connection with these activities, when the Member State concerned takes advantage of the option provided for in the second subparagraph of article 71 of that directive, in order to defer the application



b) design contests organised in the same cases as those referred to in this directive, articles 13, 14 and 15, for public service contracts.

Article 69

Notices

1. Contracting authorities which wish to print out a design contest shall make known their intention by means of a notice.

2. Contracting authorities which have held a design contest shall send a notice in accordance with article 36 of the results of the contest, and they must be able to prove the date of dispatch.

It can be omitted to make public certain information about the assignment of the project if the disclosure of which would impede law enforcement or otherwise be contrary to the public interest or would prejudice the legitimate particular undertakings, public or private economic interests or fair competition between service providers.

3. Article 37 concerning publication of notices shall also apply to contests.

Article 70

The drafting and publication of notices of contests

1. The notices referred to in article 69 provides the information referred to in annex VII D in the standard forms adopted by the Commission in accordance with the procedure laid down in article 77, paragraph 2.

2. These notices shall be published in accordance with article 36, paragraphs 2 to 8.

Article 71

Means of communication

1. Article 42, paragraphs 1, 2 and 4, shall apply to all communications relating to contests.

2. communication and the Exchange and storage of information is done in a way that ensures that the integrity and confidentiality of the competition participants ' information of any kind is to be protected, and that the jury ascertains but gain knowledge of the contents of the submitted plans and projects before the expiry of the period laid down for the submission thereof.

3. the following rules shall apply to devices for the electronic receipt of plans and projects: a) information relating to the specifications necessary for the electronic submission of plans and projects, including encryption, shall be available to the parties concerned. In addition, the devices for the electronic receipt of plans and projects comply with the requirements of annex X



b) Member States may introduce or maintain voluntary accreditation schemes aiming at improving certification services for these devices.

Article 72

The selection of participants in design contests

In the case of design contests with a limited number of participants, the contracting authorities shall lay down clear and non-discriminatory selection criteria. In any case, the number of candidates invited to participate in contests, determined in such a way as to ensure effective competition.

Article 73

The composition of the jury

The jury shall be composed exclusively of natural persons who are independent of participants in the contest. Where a particular professional qualification is required from participants in a contest, at least a third of the jury members shall have the same qualification or its equivalent.

Article 74

Decisions of the jury

1. The jury shall be autonomous in its decisions and opinions.

2. It deals with planning and project work, as applicants submit anonymously and solely on the basis of the criteria set out in the notice about the contest.

3. On the basis of each project's qualities detects the project hierarchy and its observations as well as points that may need to be clarified, in a report that members sign.

4. Anonymity must be observed until the jury has reached its opinion or decision.

5. Applicants may be requested to answer questions which the jury has recorded in the report in order to clarify some aspects of the projects.

6. To draw up a full report of the dialogue between jury members and candidates.

TITLE V

REPORTING OF STATISTICAL INFORMATION, IMPLEMENTING AND FINAL PROVISIONS

Article 75

Obligations with regard to the reporting of statistical information

To the result of the application of the directive can be judged, Member States shall submit by 31 December 2006. October every year to the Commission a statistical statement prepared in accordance with article 76, which the public supply contracts, public service contracts and public works contracts, contracting authorities have concluded the previous year, be dealt with separately.

Article 76

Content of the statistical report

1. For each contracting authority listed in annex IV, the statistical report shall contain at least: (a)) the number and value of contracts awarded pursuant to this directive



(b)) the number and total value of contracts awarded pursuant to derogations to the agreement.

In the first subparagraph, point (a)), the information provided must, as far as possible, be broken down by: a) the applied tendering procedures



(b)) and for each of these procedures, works as given in Annex i and products and services as given in annex II and which categorized in CPV



(c)) the nationality of the economic operator, which has been awarded the contract.

When contracts are concluded by a negotiated procedure, as referred to in the first subparagraph, point (a)), referred to information also be divided in accordance with the conditions referred to in articles 30 and 31, with an indication of the number and value of contracts awarded by the law of the Member State and the third country with which the contract has been assigned, is native to.

2. For each category of contracting authorities other than those listed in annex IV, the statistical report shall contain at least: (a)) the number and value of the contracts awarded, broken down in accordance with paragraph 1, second subparagraph



(b)), the total value of contracts awarded pursuant to derogations to the agreement.

3. The statistical report shall contain any other statistical information which is required in accordance with the WTO agreement.

The information referred to in the first subparagraph shall be determined in accordance with in article 77 (2), the said procedure.

Article 77

Committee procedure

1. The Commission shall be assisted by the Advisory Committee for public contracts set up by article 1 of decision 71/306/EØF25), hereinafter referred to as the ' Committee '.

2. where reference is made to the procedure laid down in this paragraph, articles 3 and 7 of decision 1999/468/EC shall apply. its article 8.

3. the Committee shall adopt its rules of procedure.

Article 78

Adjustment of threshold values

1. the Commission shall verify the thresholds laid down in article 7 every two years from the entry into force of the directive and adjusts them if necessary, in accordance with the procedure laid down in article 77, paragraph 2.

The calculation of threshold values shall be based on the average daily value of the euro, expressed in special drawing rights (SDRS) over the 24 months terminating on the last day of the month of august preceding the revision with effect from 1 January. January. Thresholds adjusted, if necessary, be rounded down to the nearest thousand euros in order to ensure compliance with the thresholds laid down in the WTO agreement, expressed in SDR.

2. for the purposes of the adjustment referred to in paragraph 1, the Commission shall adapt according to the article 77, paragraph 2, referred to procedure: a) the thresholds laid down in article 8, first subparagraph, point (a)), article 56 and article 63, paragraph 1, first subparagraph the adjusted threshold value for public works contracts



(b)) the thresholds laid down in article 8, first subparagraph, point (b)), and article 67, paragraph 1 (a)), to the adjusted threshold value for public supply contracts awarded by those listed in annex IV contracting authorities



(c)) the threshold laid down in article 67, paragraph 1 (b)) and (c)), to the adjusted threshold value for public service contracts awarded by the contracting authorities not listed in annex IV.


3. For Member States not participating in Monetary Union, the equivalents in the national currencies of the thresholds laid down in accordance with paragraph 1, in principle every two years with effect from 1. January 2004. The calculation of such value shall be based on the average daily value of those currencies expressed in euro over the 24 months terminating on the last day of the month of august preceding the revision with effect from 1 January. January.

4. The revised thresholds referred to in paragraph 1, and the value of the thresholds in national currencies, referred to in article 6. paragraph 3 shall be published by the Commission in the official journal of the European Union at the beginning of the month of november which follows after the adjustment.

Article 79

Changes

1. the Commission may, in accordance with the procedure referred to in article 77, paragraph 2, change: a) the technical rules concerning calculation methods referred to in article 77, paragraph 1, second subparagraph, and article 78, paragraph 3



(b)) the arrangements for the drawing up, transmission, receipt, translation, collection and distribution of those referred to in article 35 and 63, paragraph 1, first subparagraph, and article 69 notices referred to as well as of the statistical summaries referred to in article 35, paragraph 4, third subparagraph and article 75 and 76



(c)) the special rules for reference to particular positions in the CPV nomenclature in the notices to



(d) the lists in annex III) of the public law bodies and categories of bodies governed by public law, if this is on the basis of the notifications from the Member States proves to be necessary



e) records of governmental authorities, listed in annex IV, depending on the adjustments necessary as a result of the WTO agreement



f) reference number in the nomenclature set out in annex I, insofar as this does not change the material scope of the directive, and the procedures for reference in the notices to particular positions of the nomenclature,



g) reference number in the nomenclature set out in annex II, insofar as this does not change the material scope of the directive, and the procedures for reference in the notices to particular positions of the nomenclature within the categories of services listed in those annexes



h) the procedure for sending and publishing data referred to in annex VIII, on grounds of technical progress or for administrative reasons



in the rules and the technical requirements for) systems for the electronic receipt of annex X, point a), f) and (g)).

Article 80

Implementation

1. Member States shall bring into force the laws, regulations and administrative provisions necessary to comply with this directive not later than 31 December 2006. January 2006. They shall forthwith inform the Commission thereof.

These laws and regulations to be adopted shall contain a reference to this directive or shall be accompanied by such reference publication. The detailed rules for the reference to be determined by the Member States.

2. Member States shall communicate to the Commission the texts of the main laws, regulations and administrative provisions relating to the implementation of this directive.

Article 81

Monitoring mechanisms

In accordance with Council Directive 89/665/EEC of 21 December 1988. December 1989 on the coordination of laws, regulations and administrative provisions relating to the application of review procedures concerning the award of public supply, as well as build-and anlægskontrakter26), Member States shall ensure the implementation of this directive by effective, available and transparent mechanisms.

To this end, they may, among other things. appoint or establish an independent body.

Article 82

Lifting

Directive 92/50/EEC, with the exception of article 41, and directives 93/36/EEC and 93/37/EEC shall be repealed with effect from the date laid down in article 80, without prejudice to the obligations of the Member States referred to in annex XI of the deadlines for transposition and application.

References to the repealed directives shall be construed as references to this directive and shall be read in accordance with the correlation table in annex XII.

Article 83

Date of entry into force of

This Directive shall enter into force on the day of its publication in the official journal of the European Union.

Article 84

Addressees

This directive is addressed to the Member States.

Done at Strasbourg, 31 December. March 2004.

On behalf of the European Parliament

P. Cox

President

On behalf of the Council

D. Roche

President annex I



LIST of the products listed in article 1 (2) (b)), the ACTIVITIES REFERRED to

1)







 





Nace2) section F





BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION COMPANY





CPV code







Main-

Group





Group





Under-

Group





Description





Comments



 





45



 

 



Building and construction company





Includes:

The construction of new buildings and structures,

restoration and general repairs





45000000





 



45.1



 



Preparatory construction works



 



45100000





 

 



45.11





Demolition of buildings





Includes:

-Demolition of buildings and other structures

-Clearing of building sites

-Earth moving: a cutting, filling, levelling and grading of construction sites, ditch digging, removal of rock and stone, blasting etc.

-Preparation for mining:

-Removal of overburden and other preparation as well as other preparatory work in connection with mining installations

Also includes:

-Construction site drainage

-Drainage of agricultural or forestry land





45110000





 

 



45.12





Test drilling and other types of wells





Includes:

-Test drilling and sampling in connection with construction works, geophysical and geological studies or for similar purposes



Does not include:



-Drilling of oil and gas production wells, see. 11.20

-Well Drilling, see. 45.25

-Sinking, see. 45.25

-Oil and gas prospecting, geophysical, geological and seismic studies, see. 74.20





45120000





 



45.2



 



Construction of buildings or parts thereof; civil works



 



45200000





 

 



45.21





General construction works





Does not include:

Service company in connection with oil and gas exploration, see. 11.20

Construction of complete prefabricated buildings of parts-not by concrete-which are of own production, without prejudice. the main group 20, 26 and 28

Construction works, except in connection with the construction of buildings, stadiums, swimming pools, gymnasiums, tennis courts, golf courses and other sports installations, see. 45.23

Installation company, see. 45.3

Completion of buildings, see. 45.4

Architectural and engineering activities, see. 74.20

Construction management in connection with construction works, see. 74.20





45210000





 

 




45.22





Performing roofing and roof constructions





Includes:

Execution of roof structures

The performance of roofing

Waterproofing





45220000





 

 



45.23





Construction of roads





Includes:

Construction of motorways, roads, streets and other vehicular and pedestrian routes

Construction of railways

Construction of runways for aircraft

Construction works in connection with stadiums, swimming pools, gymnasiums, tennis courts, golf courses and other sports installations

Road lining and marking of parking stalls



Does not include:



Preparatory ground works, see. 45.11





45230000





 

 



45.24





Execution of hydrotechnical constructions





Includes:

Works by:

waterways, Harbour and river constructions, marinas, locks etc.

dams and dikes

Dredging

Working under water





45240000





 

 



45.25





Other construction





Includes:

Construction activities within an area that is common to the various construction sites, and which requires specialization or special equipment:

execution of foundations, including the driving of piles

well drilling, sinking

erection of steel profiles, which are not of our own production

bending of steel profiles

bricklaying and stone setting

erection and dismantling of scaffolds and work platforms, including rental thereof

construction/erection of chimneys and installation of industrial furnaces



Does not include:



Renting of scaffolds without erection and dismantling, see. 71.32





45250000





 



45.3



 



Building installation company



 



45300000





 

 



45.31





Electrical installation company





Includes:

Installation in buildings or other construction projects of:

power cables and elarmaturer

telecommunications installations

electrical heating systems

local antenna systems and radio antennas

fire alarms

burglar alarms

lifts and escalators

arrestors, etc.





45310000





 

 



45.32





Insulation works





Includes:

Execution of heat, sound or vibration

insulation in buildings or other structures



Does not include:



Waterproofing, see. 45.22





45320000





 

 



45.33





Plumbers and plumbing businesses





Includes:

Installation in buildings or other construction projects of:

pipes and sanitary equipment

gasarmaturer

heating, ventilation, refrigeration or air conditioning equipment and ducts

installation of sprinkler systems



Does not include:



Installation and repair of electrical heating systems, see. 45.31





45330000





 

 



45.34





Other installation company





Includes:

Installation of illumination and signalling systems for roads, railways, airports and ports

Installation of fittings and components not elsewhere mentioned in buildings or other structures





45340000





 



45.4



 



Completion of buildings



 



45400000





 

 



45.41





Plastering





Includes:

Execution of buildings or other structures of Interior and exterior plastering and stucco worker works, including those of the underlying screed





45410000





 

 



45.42





Carpentry and builders joinery shops





Includes:

In-and setup of equipment of own production: doors, Windows, door and window frames, element kitchens, staircases, shop accessories etc of wood or other materials

Interior finishing works as URf.eks. ceilings, wooden wall coverings, movable partitions, etc.



Does not include:



Laying of parquet and other flooring of wood, see. 45.43





45420000





 

 



45.43





Execution of floor coverings and wall coverings





Includes:

Execution of buildings or other structures of work relating to:

wall or floor tiles of ceramic, concrete or cut stone

parquet and other wood floor coverings

carpets and linoleum floor coverings, including of rubber or plastic

floor coverings or wall coverings of terrazzo, marble, granite or slate

wallpaper





45430000





 

 



45.44





Painting and glarmester businesses





Includes:

Interior and exterior painting of buildings

Painting of bridges

Insertion of glass, mirrors, etc.



Does not include:




Loading Windows, see. 45.42





45440000





 

 



45.45





Other finishing work





Includes:

Installation of private swimming pools

Steam cleaning, sand blasting and similar of facades

Other finishing work in and on buildings i.a.n.



Does not include:



Interior cleaning of buildings and other bygværkerkonstruktioner, see. 74.70





45450000





 



45.5



 



Rental of construction equipment with operator



 



45500000





 

 



45.50





Rental of construction equipment with operator







Does not include:



Rental of construction equipment without operating personnel, see. 71.32



 







1)







In the event of any difference of interpretation between the CPV and NACE NACE nomenclature will apply.









2)







Council Regulation (EEC) No 2377/90. 3037/90/EEC of 9. October 1990 on the statistical classification of economic activities in the European Community (OJ L 293 of 24.10.1990, p. 1). Amended by Commission Regulation (EEC) No 2377/90. 761/93 of 24. March 1993 (OJ L 83 of 3.4.1993, p. 1).













Annex II SERVICES referred to in ARTICLE 1, paragraph 2, point (d) of annex II A)

1)







 

 

 

 





Categories





Description





CPC-referencenummer2) CPV reference number







1





Maintenance and repair





6112, 6122, 633, 886





50100000-6-50982000-2 (except. 50310000-1-50324200-4 and 50116510-9, 50190000-3, 50229000-6, 50243000-0)







2





Landtransport3), including security and courier services, except transport of mail





712 (except. 71235), 7512, 87304





60112000-6-60129300-1 (except 60121000-2 to 60121600-. 8, 60122200-1, 60122230-0) and 64120000-3-64121200-2







3





Air transport: the transport of people and goods, with the exception of mail





73 (except 7321)





62100000-3 to 62300000-5 (except 62121000-6., 62221000-7)







4





Postal services on land3) and in the air





71235, 7321





60122200-1, 60122230-0

62121000-6, 62221000-7







5





Telecommunications services





752





64200000-8 to 64228200-2, 72318000-7 72530000-9 to 72532000-and 3







6





Financial services:

a) Insurance

b) Bank-and investeringstjenesteydelser4) ex 81, 812, 814





66100000-1 to 66430000-3 and 67110000-1-67262000-14) 7





Computer services and here with related services





84





50300000-8 to 50324200-4, 72100000-6 to 72591000-4 (except 72318000-7 and 72530000-. 9 – 72532000-3)







8





R & d-services5;) 85





73000000-2-73300000-5 (except 73200000-4., 73210000-7, 7322000-0)







9





Accounting, auditing and bookkeeping





862





74121000-3-74121250-0







10





Market and public opinion during inspections





864





74130000-9-74133000-0 and 74423100-1, 74423110-4







11





Managementkonsulentvirksomhed6) and thereby be slægtede services





865, 866





73200000-4 to 73220000-0, 74140000-2 to 74150000-5 (except. 74142200-8) and 74420000-9, 74421000-6, 74423000-0, 74423200-2, 74423210-5, 74871000-5, 93620000-0







12





Architectural Services: Rådgi reverse engineering services and integrated engineering services, urban planning and landscape architecture, related scientific and technical consulting services, technical testing and analysis





867





74200000-1 to 74276400-8, and 74310000-5 to 74323100-0, and 74874000-6







13





Advertising company





871





74400000-3-74422000-3 (except 74420000-9 and 74421000-. 6)







14





Building cleaning and property management judgment





82201 to 82206, 874





70300000-4 to 70340000-6, and 74710000-9-74760000-4







15





Publishing and printing company called on a fee or contract basis





88442





78000000-7-78400000-1







16






Sewage and refuse disposal: cleaning and similar services





94





90100000-8-90320000-6 and 50190000-3, 50229000-6, 50243000-0









1)







In the event of any difference of interpretation between the CPV and the CPC, the CPC nomenclature will find application.









2)







CPC nomenclature (provisional version), used in determining the scope of Directive 92/50/EEC.









3)







Other than those specified in category 18 referred to rail services.









4)







With the exception of financial services relating to the issue, purchase, sale and transfer of securities or other financial instruments, and central bank services.





 



Services which consist in the acquisition or rental-regardless of the financial conditions of land, existing buildings or other immovable property, or which relate to the rights thereto, are also excluded; However, contracts for financial services are concluded simultaneously with or before or after the agreement for the acquisition or rental, in whatever form, subject to the provisions of this directive.









5)







Except research and development services other than those where the benefits belong to the contracting authority to use for your own business, if the service is fully paid by the contracting authority.









6)







Except arbitration and conciliation services.











ANNEX II (B) Categories





Description





CPC reference number





CPV reference number







17





The hotel and catering business





64





55000000-0 to 55524000-9, and 93400000-2 to 93411000-2







18





Rail transport





711





60111000-9 and 60121000-2 – 60121600-8







19





Transport by waterway





72





61000000-5 to 61530000-9, and 63370000-3 to 63372000-7







20





Supporting and auxiliary transport services





74





62400000-6, 62440000-8, 62441000-5, 62450000-1, 63000000-9-63600000-5 (except 63370000-3., 63371000-0, 63372000-7) and 74322000-2, 93610000-7







21





Legal services





861





74110000-3-74114000-1







22





Personnel selection and – rekruttering1) 872





74500000-4 to 74540000-6 (except 74511000-4.) and 95000000-2-95140000-5







23





Investigation and security services, except security transport





873 (except 87304)





74600000-5-74620000-1







24





Education and vocational training





92





80100000-5-80430000-7







25





Health and social services





93





74511000-4 and 85000000-9-85323000-9 (except 85321000-5 and 85322000.-2)







26





Recreational, cultural and sporting activities





96





74875000-3-74875200-5 and 92000000-1-92622000-7 (except 92230000-2.)







27





Andre tjenesteydelser2)



 

 







1)







Except employment contracts.









2)







Except contracts for the radio and television enterprises acquisition, development, production or co-production of programs and contracts for broadcasting time.













Annex III LIST Of BODIES And CATEGORIES Of BODIES GOVERNED By PUBLIC LAW Referred To In Article 6. ARTICLE 1, paragraph 9, SECOND SUBPARAGRAPH

I. BELGIUM

Bodies

Agence fédérale pour l'Accueil a – des demandeurs d'Asile/Federaal Agentschap voor Opvang van Asielzoekers



-Agence fédérale pour la Sécurité de la Chaîne alimentaire/Federaal Agentschap voor de Veiligheid van de Voedselketen



-Agence fédérale de Contrôle nucléaire/Federaal Agentschap voor nucleaire Controle



-Agence wallonne à l'Exportation



-Agence wallonne des Télécommunications



-Agence wallonne pour Personnes handicapées des and integration



– Aquafin



Deutschsprachigen Gemeinschaft der Arbeitsambt –



– Archives will you Royaume et Archives de l'Etat dans les Provinces/Algemeen Rijksarchief en Rijksarchief in de Provinciën Astrid B – Banque nationale de Belgique/Nationale Bank van België



Belgisches Rundfunk-und Fernsehzentrum – der Deutschsprachigen Gemeinschaft



– Berlaymont 2000



– Bibliothèque royale Albert Ier/Koninklijke Bilbliotheek Albert I



Propreté-Agence régionale Brussels – pour la Propreté/Net-Brussel-Gewestelijke Agentschap voor Netheid



– Bureau d'Intervention et de Restitution belge/Belgisch Interventie-en Restitutiebureau



Bureau fédéral du Plan/Federaal – Plan bureau C-Caisse auxiliaire de Paie des Allocations de Chômage/Hulpkas believed voor Werkloosheidsuitkeringen



-Caisse auxiliaire d'Assurance Maladie-Invalidité/Hulpkas voor Ziekte-en Invaliditeitsverzekeringen



Caisse de Secours et de Prévoyance – en Faveur des Marins/Hulp-en Voorzorgskas voor Zeevarenden



-Caisse de Soins de Santé de la Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer Belges/Kas der geneeskundige Verzorging van de Nationale Maatschappij der Belgische Spoorwegen



-Caisse nationale des Calamités/Nationale Kas voor Rampenschade




-Caisse spéciale de Compensation pour Allocations familiales en Faveur des Travailleurs occupés dans les Entreprises de Batellerie/Bijzondere Verrekenkas voor Gezinsvergoedingen ten Bate van de Arbeiders der Ondernemingen voor Binnenscheepvaart.



-Caisse spéciale de Compensation pour Allocations familiales en Faveur des Travailleurs occupés dans les Entreprises de Déchargement et Manutention de Charge believed Marchandises dans les Ports, Débarcadères, Entrepôts et Stations (appelée habituellement» Caisse spéciale de Compensation pour Allocations familiales des Régions maritimes ") Verrekenkas voor Gezinsvergoedingen ten Bate/Bijzondere van de Arbeiders gebezigd door Ladings-en Lossingsondernemingen en door de Stuwadoors in de Havens Losplaatsen, Stapelplaatsen en Stations, (Bijzondere Compensatiekas voor Kindertoeslagen gewoonlijk genoemd» van de Zeevaartgewesten ")



Centre d'Etude de l'Energie nucléaire –/study centre voor Kernenergie



Centre de recherches agronomiques de Gembloux –



– Centre hospitalier de Mons



– Centre hospitalier de Tournai



– Centre hospitalier universitaire de Liège



-Centre informatique pour la Région de Bruxelles-Capitale/Centrum voor Informatica voor het Brussels Gewest



Centre pour l ' Egalité des Chances – et la Lutte contre le Racisme/Centrum voor Gelijkheid van Kansen en voor Racismebestrijding



-Centre régional d'Aide aux Communes



– Centrum voor Bevolkings-en Gezinsstudiën



– Centrum voor landbouwkundig Onderzoek-te Gent



– Comité de Contrôle de l'Electricité et du Gaz/Controlecomité voor Elekticiteit en Gas



– Comité national de l'Energie/Nationaal Comité voor de Energie



-Commissariat général aux Relations internationales



Commissariaat-Generaal voor de Bevordering – van de lichamelijke Ontwikkeling, de Sport en de Openluchtrecreatie



-Commissariat général pour les Relations internationales de la Communauté française de Belgique



Conseil central de l ' économie – Raad voor het Bedrijfsleven/Central



– Conseil économique et social de la Région wallonne



– The Conseil national du Travail/Nationale Arbeidsraad



-Conseil supérieur de la Justice/Hoge Raad voor de Justitie



-Conseil supérieur des Indépendants et des petites et moyennes Entreprises/Hoge Raad voor Zelfstandigen en de kleine en middelgrote Ondernemingen



-Conseil supérieur des Classes moyennes



Coopération technique belge – Belgische technische Coöperatie/D – Deutschprachigen Gemeinschaft für Personen mit der Dienstelle einer Behinderung



-Dienst voor de Scheepvaart



– Dienst voor Infrastructuurwerken van het gesubsidieerd Onderwijs



– Domus Flandria Entreprise publique des Technologies nouvelles – E de l'Information et de la Communication de la Communauté française



– Export Vlaanderen Financieringsfonds voor Schuldafbouw en Eenmalige F – Investeringsuitgaven



– Instrument voor de Vlaamse Visserij-en Aquicultuursector



Fonds bijzondere Jeugdbijstand –



-Fonds communautaire de Garantie des Bâtiments scolaires



— Fund culurele Infrastructuur



– Fonds de Participation



Fonds de Vieillissement/Zilverfonds –



– Fonds d'Aide MEDICALE urgente/Fonds voor dringende geneeskundige Hulp



– Fonds de Construction d'Institutions hospitalières et médico-sociales de la Communauté française



– Fonds de Pension pour les Pensions de Retraite du Personnel statutaire de Belgacom/Pensioenfonds voor de Rustpensioenen van het statutair Personeel van Belgacom



-Fonds des Accidents du Travail/Fonds voor Arbeidsongevallen



-Fonds des Maladies professionnelles/Fonds voor Beroepsziekten



Des Travailleurs licenciés on Compensation Fund – a Cas de Fermeture d'Entreprises/Fonds tot Vergoeding van de in geval van Sluiting van Ondernemingen ontslagen Werknemers



Logement des Familles nombreuses you Fund – de la Région de Bruxelles-Capitale/Woningfonds van de grote Gezinnen van het Brussels hoofdstedelijk Gewest



Logement des Familles nombreuses Fund – you the Wallonie



– Fonds Film in Vlaanderen



-Fonds national de Garantie des Bâtiments scolaires/Nationaal Warborgfonds voor Schoolgebouwen



-Fonds national de Garantie pour la Réparation des Dégâts houillers/Nationaal Waarborgfonds inzake Kolenmijnenschade



– Fonds piscicole de Wallonie



-Fonds pour le Finance meant des Prêts à des Etats étrangers/Fonds voor Leningen aan Vreemde Staten van de Financing



-Fonds pour la Rémunération des Mousses/Fonds voor Scheepsjongens



Fonds régional bruxellois de Refinancement des – Trésoreries communales/Brussels gewestelijk Herfinancieringsfonds van de gemeentelijke Thesaurieën



– Fonds voor flank cross country economic development Beleid



Fonds wallon d'Avances pour la Réparation – des Dommages provoqués par des Pompages et des Praised d'Eau souterraine Garantiefonds der Deutschsprachigen Gemeinschaft G – für Schulbauten



– Grindfonds H – Herplaatsingfonds



– Het Gemeenschapsonderwijs



Hulpfonds tot financieel Herstel – van de Gemeenten in – Institut belge de Normalisation/Belgisch Instituut voor Normalisatie



Institut belge des Services postaux – et des Télécommunications/Belgisch Instituut voor Postdiensten en Telecommunicatie



– Institut bruxellois francophone pour la Formation professionnelle



– Institut bruxellois pour la Gestion de l'Environnement/Brussels Instituut voor Milieubeheer



– Institute d'Aéronomie Instituut voor Ruimte-aëronomie/spatial



– Institut de Formation permanente pour les Classes moyennes et les petites et moyennes Entreprises



– Institut des Comptes nationaux/Instituut voor de nationale Rekeningen



Institut d'Expertise vétérinaire – Instituut voor veterinaire Keuring/



– Institut du Patrimoine wallon



– Institut für Aus-und Weiterbildung im Mittelstand und in kleinen und mittleren Unternehmen



Institut géographique national/Nationaal geografisch-Instituut



– Institution pour le Développement de la Gazéification souterraine/Instelling voor de Ontwikkeling van ondergrondse Vergassing--



– Institution royale de Messine/Koninklijke Gesticht van Mesen



– Institutions universitaires de droit public relevant de la Communauté flamande/Universitaire instellingen van publiek recht afangende van de Vlaamse Gemeenschap



– Institutions universitaires de droit public relevant de la Communauté française/Universitaire instellingen van publiek recht afhangende van de Franse Gemeenschap



– Institut national d'Assurance Maladie Invalidité/Rijksinstituut voor Ziekte-en Invaliditeitsverzekering-



Institut national d'Assurances sociales pour Travailleurs – indépendants/Rijksinstituut voor de sociale Verzekeringen der Zelfstandigen



-Institut national des Industries extractives/Nationaal Instituut voor de Extractiebedrijven



– Institut national de Recherche sur les Conditions de Travail/Nationaal Onderzoeksinstituut voor Arbeidsomstandigheden



-Institut national des Invalides de Guerre, anciens combattants et Victims de Guerre/Nationaal Instituut voor Oorlogsinvaliden, Oudstrijders en Oorlogsslachtoffers



Institut national des Radioéléments – Nationaal Instituut voor Radio-the guarding device/



Institut national pour la Criminalistique – et la Criminologie/Nationaal Instituut voor Criminalistiek en Criminologie



– Institut pour l'Amélioration des Conditions de Travail/Instituut voor Verbetering van de Arbeidsvoorwaarden



Institut royal belge des Sciences naturelles –/Koninklijk Belgisch Instituut voor Natuurwetenschappen



– Institut royal du Patrimoine culturel/Koninklijk Instituut voor het Kunstpatrimonium



Institut royal météorologique de Belgique – Koninklijk meteorologisch Instituut van België/



– Institut scientifique de Service public en Région wallonne



– Institut scientifique de la Santé publique-Louis Pasteur/Wetenschappelijk Instituut Volksgezondheid-Louis Pasteur



– Instituut voor de Aanmoediging van Innovatie door Wetenschap en Technologie in Vlaanderen



– Instituut voor Bosbouw en Wildbeheer



Instituut voor het archeologisch Patrimonium –



Investeringsdienst voor de Vlaamse autonome Hogescholen –



– Investment Fund voor Grond-en Woonbeleid voor Vlaams-Brabant J-Jardin botanique national de Belgique/Nationale Plantentuin van België K – Kind en Gezin



– Koninklijk Museum voor schone Kunsten te Antwerpen L-Loterie nationale Loterij/national M-Mémorial national du Fort de Breendonk./Nationaal Gedenkteken van het Fort van Breendonk.



-Musée royal de l'Afrique centrale/Koninklijk Museum voor Midden-Afrika



-Musées royaux d'Art et d'Histoire/Koninklijke Musea voor Kunst en Geschiedenis



-Musées royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique/Koninklijke Musea voor schone Kunsten van België O




-Observatoire royal de Belgique/Koninklijke Sterrenwacht van België



-Office central d'Action sociale et culturelle du Ministère de la Défense/Centrale Dienst voor sociale en culturele Actie van het Ministerie van Defensie



– Office communautaire et régional de la Formation professionnelle et de l'Emploi



-Office de Contrôle des Assurances/Controledienst voor de Verzekeringen



Office de Contrôle des Mutualités – et des nationales de Mutualités/Controledienst Union voor de Ziekenfondsen en de Country peasant van Ziekenfondsen



-Office de la Naissance et de l'Enfance



-Office de Promotion du Tourisme



Office de Sécurité sociale d'Outre-Mer/Dienst voor de overzeese sociale Zekerheid



– Office for foreign Investors in Wallonia



D'Allocations familiales pour Travailleurs Office national – salariés/Rijksdienst voor Kinderbijslag voor Werknemers



– Office national de l'Emploi/Rijksdienst voor Arbeidsvoorziening



-Office national de Sécurité sociale/Rijksdienst voor sociale Zekerheid



-Office national de Sécurité sociale des provinciales et locales/Rijksdienst voor Administration social Zekerheid van de provinciale en plaatselijke Overheidsdiensten



-Office national des Pensions/Rijksdienst voor Pensioenen



Office national des Vacances annuelles – Rijksdienst voor jaarlijkse Vakantie/



Office national du Ducroire –/national Delcrederedienst



-Office régional bruxellois de l'Emploi/gewestelijke Dienst voor Arbeidsbemiddeling Brussels



-Office régional de Promotion de l'Agriculture et de l'Horticulture



-Office régional des Investissements communaux pour le Finance meant



– Office wallon de la Formation professionnelle et de l'Emploi



Openbaar psychiatrisch Ziekenhuis-Geel-



Openbaar psychiatrisch Ziekenhuis-Rekem-



Openbare Afvalstoffenmaatschappij voor het Vlaams Gewest-



Orchestre national de Belgique – Nationaal Orkest van België/



Déchets radioactifs organism – national des Matières fissiles/Nationale et des Instelling voor radioactief Afval en Splijtstoffen P-Palais des Beaux-Arts/Paleis voor schone Kunsten



-Participatiemaatschappij Vlaanderen



-Pool des Marins de la Marine marchande/Pool van de Zeelieden der Koopvaardij R – Radio Télévision belge de la Communauté française a



-Régie des Bâtiments/Regie der Gebouwen



– Reproductiefonds voor de Vlaamse Musea Service d'Incendie et d'Aide MEDICALE S – urgente de la Région de Bruxelles-Capitale/Brussels hoofdstedelijk Dienst voor Brandweer en dringende medische Hulp



– Société belge d'Investissement pour les pays en développement/Belgische Investeringsmaatschappij voor Ontwinkkelingslanden



– Société d'Assainissement et de Rénovation des Sites industriels dans l'Ouest du Brabant wallon



– Société de Garantie régionale



-Sociaal economische Raad voor Vlaanderen



-Société du Logement de la Région bruxelloise et sociétés agréées/Gewestelijke Huisvestingsmaatschappij en Brussels acknowledge maatschappijen



-Société publique d'Aide à la Qualité de l'Environnement



-Société publique d'Administration des Bâtiments scolaires bruxellois



-Société publique d'Administration des Bâtiments scolaires du Brabant wallon



-Société publique d'Administration des Bâtiments scolaires du Hainaut



-Société publique d'Administration des Bâtiments scolaires de Namur



-Société publique d'Administration des Bâtiments scolaires de Liège



-Société publique d'Administration des Bâtiments scolaires du Luxembourg



-Société publique de Gestion de l'Eau



– Société wallonne du Logement et sociétés agréées



– Sofibail



– Sofibru



Sofico – T – Théâtre national



– Théâtre royal de la Monnaie-De Koninklijke Muntschouwburg



Toerisme Vlaanderen –



Universitair Ziekenhuis Liefkenshoek Tunnel – U – Ghent V-Vlaams Commissariaat voor de Media



Vlaamse Dienst voor Arbeidsbemiddeling en Beroepsopleiding –



– Vlaams Egalisatie Rente Fonds



-Vlaamse Hogescholenraad



-Vlaamse Huisvestingsmaatschappij en recognize maatschappijen



-Vlaamse Instelling voor technologisch Onderzoek-



– Vlaamse interuniversitaire Raad



– Vlaamse Landmaatschappij



-Vlaamse Milieuholding



-Vlaamse Milieumaatschappij



– Vlaamse Onderwijsraad



-Vlaamse Opera



Vlaamse Radio-en Televisieomroep –



Vlaamse Reguleringsinstantie voor de Elektriciteit-en Gasmarkt –



Vlaamse Stichting voor Verkeerskunde –



– The Vlaams Fonds voor de Lastendelging



Vlaams Fonds voor de Letteren –



Vlaams Fonds voor de sociale Integratie — van Personen met een Handicap



– Vlaams Informatiecentrum over Land-en Tuinbouw



– Vlaams Infrastructuurfonds voor Persoonsgebonden Aangelegenheden



-Vlaams Instituut voor de Bevordering van het wetenschappelijk-en technologisch Onderzoek-in de Industrie



Vlaams Instituut voor Gezondheidspromotie –



Vlaams Instituut voor het Zelfstandig ondernemen –



Vlaams Landbouwinvesteringsfonds –



Vlaams Promotiecentrum voor Agro-en – Visserijmarketing



Vlaams Zorgfonds –



Vlaams Woningsfonds voor de grote Gezinnen – II. Denmark

Bodies

Danmarks Radio

The nationwide TV2

Danmarks Nationalbank

Healthy and Belt Holding a/s

A/s Storebælt

A/s Øresund

The Oresund Consortium

Gus I/S

Urban Regeneration Company Copenhagen

The Metropolitan Area's Hospital Community

State and local Government Procurement service

Post Denmark

Arbejdsmarkedets Tillægspension

Labour Market Holiday Fund

Employees ' Capital Pension Fund

Naviair

Categories – The social housing organisations (Organisation pour les logements sociaux)



– Local ecclesiastical authorities (administrative ecclésiastiques locales)



– Other management subjects (autre entités administrative).

III. GERMANY

1. Categories

Public bodies, institutions and foundations, which is created by the State, the Länder or local authorities, inter alia. in the following areas:

1.1. Bodies – Wissenschaftliche Hochschulen und verfasste Studentenschaften (universities and student bodies),



-berufsständige Vereinigungen (Rechtsanwalts-, Notar-, Steuerberater-, Wirtschaftsprüfer-, Architekten-, Ärzte-und Apothekerkammern) (associations of lawyers, notaries, tax consultants, accountants, architects, medical practitioners and pharmacists),



-Wirtschaftsvereinigungen (Landwirtschafts-, Handwerks-, Industrie-und Handelskammern, Handwerksinnungen, Handwerkerschaften) (farmers Union National Council, chambers of crafts, chambers of Commerce and industry, håndværkerlav, craftsmen's associations),



-Sozialversicherungen (Krankenkassen, Unfall-und Rentenversicherungsträger) (health insurance, accident insurance and pension insurance funds),



kassenärztliche Vereinigungen/– (associations of insurance practitioners),



Genossenschaften und Verbände – (associations and unions).

1.2. Establishments and foundations

Non-commercial bodies subject to control by the State, and that works in the public interest, inter alia. in the following areas: − Rechtsfähige Bundesanstalten (federal institutions having legal self-governing)



-Versorgungsanstalten und Studentenwerke (pension organizations and students ' insurance)



– Culture-, Wohlfahrts-und Hilfsstiftungen (cultural, welfare and support institutions).

2. Private law legal persons

Non-commercial bodies subject to control by the State, and that works in the public interest, including Kommunale Versorgungsunternehmen, inter alia. in the following areas: – Gesundheitswesen (Krankenhäuser, Kurmittelbetriebe, medizinische Forschungseinrichtungen, Untersuchungs-und Tierkörperbeseitigungsanstalten) (hospitals, sanatoriums, medical research institutions, investigation institutions and rendering)



– Culture (öffentliche Bühnen, Orchester, Museen, Bibliotheken, Archive, zoologische und botanische Gärten) (public scenes, orchestras, museums, libraries, archives, Zoological and botanical gardens),



-Soziales (Kindergärten, Kindertagesheime, Erholungseinrichtungen, Kinder-und Jugendheime, Freizeiteinrichtungen, Gemeinschafts-und Bürgerhäuser, Frauenhaeuser, Altersheime, Obdachlosenunterkünfte) (kindergartens, childcare and day care homes, convalescent, child and youth homes, recreational institutions, freedom of Assembly and of citizen houses, women's homes, old people's homes, husvildehjem)



– Sport (Schwimmbäder, Sportanlagen und-einrichtungen) (swimming pools, sports centres and institutions)



Sicherheit (Feuerwehren, Rettungsdienste) – (fire brigade, Rescue Corps)



-Bildung (Umschulungs-, Aus-, Fort-und Weiterbildungseinrichtungen, Volkshochschulen) (retraining, education and training institutions, public universities)




Wissenschaft, Forschung und Entwicklung – (Großforschungseinrichtungen, wissenschaftliche Gesellschaften und Vereine, Wissenschaftsförderung) (large research institutions, scientific societies and associations, science support)



-Entsorgung (Straßenreinigung, Abfall-und Abwasserbeseitigung) (cleanliness of streets and roads, refuse collection and sewage)



Bauwesen und Wohnungswirtschaft – (Stadtplanung, Stadtentwicklung, Wohnungsunternehmen soweit im Allgemeininteresse tätig, Wohnraumvermittlung,) (urban planning, urban development, housing enterprises, housing mediation)



Wirtschaft (Wirtschaftsförderungsgesellschaften) – (economy: organizations promoting economic development)



Friedhofs-und Bestattungswesen – (kirkegårds and funeral care)



Zusammenarbeit mit den Entwicklungsländern – (Finanzierung, technische Zusammenarbeit, Entwicklungshilfe, Ausbildung) (financing, technical cooperation, development aid, training).

IV. GREECE

Categories (a)) public sector undertakings and entities



(b) legal persons under private law), which belongs to the State, or as by applicable law regularly receive at least 50% of their annual budget in aid through State resources, or where the State owns at least 51% of the company capital.



c) private law legal persons belonging to legal persons governed by public law, local administrative units at all levels, including the Greek central Association for local administrative units K.E.. K.e., as well as local associations of municipalities, public sector undertakings and entities and legal persons referred to in subparagraph (b)), or as by applicable law or its own statutes regularly receive at least 50% of their annual budget in support of these, or where these public law legal persons owns at least 51% of the company capital.

V. SPAIN

Categories-bodies and entities governed by public law which are subject to – ' Ley de Contratos de las Administraciones Públicas ", – other than those which are part of the Administración General del Estado ' – ' – (the State's general management)



– Public-sector bodies and entities are subject to – ' Ley de Contratos de las Administraciones Públicas ", – other than those which are part of the Administración de las Comunidades Autónomas ' – ' – (the autonomous areas management)



– Public-sector bodies and entities are subject to – ' Ley de Contratos de las Administraciones Públicas ", – other than those which are part of the Corporaciones Locales ' – ' – (local administrative units)



Entidades Gestoras y los Servicios – "Comunes de la Seguridad Social ' – (managing authorities and common services in the field of social security) VI. France

Bodies-Collège de France



-Conservatoire national des arts et métiers



-Observatoire de Paris



– Institut national d'histoire de l'art (AIR SUPPLY)



– Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS)



– Institut national de la recherche agronomique (INRA)



– Institut national de la santé et de la recherche MEDICALE (INSERM)



-Institut de recherche pour le développement (IRD)



-Agence nationale pour l'emploi (ANPE)



-Caisse nationale des allocations familiales (CNAF)



-Caisse nationale d'assurance maladie des travailleurs salariés (CNAMTS)



Caisse nationale d'assurance vieillesse des travailleurs – salariés (CNAVTS)



Compagnies et établissements consulaires: chambres-de commerce et d'industrie (CCI), chambres des métiers et chambres d'agriculture



-Office national des anciens combattants et victims de guerre (ONAC) Categories

1. Governmental public offices-Agences de l'eau (water beings)



-Écoles d'architecture (schools of architecture)



-Universités (universities)



Instituts universitaires de formation des maîtres – (IUFM) (University departments for master training) 2. Administrative public bodies at regional, departmental and local level-collèges (secondary schools)



-lycées (secondary schools)



-établissements publics hospitaliers (public hospitals)



offices publics d'habitations à loyer modéré – (OPHLM) (public administration of social housing) 3. Associations of établissements publics de coopération territorial units – intercommunale (public institutions responsible for cooperation between local authorities)



– institutions interdépartementales et interrégionales (institutions common to more departments and regions) VII. Ireland

Bodies

Enterprise Ireland [marketing, technology and enterprise development]

Forfás [Policy and advice for enterprise, trade, science, technology and innovation]

Industrial Development Authority

Enterprise Ireland

FÁS [Industrial and employment training]

Health and Safety Authority

Bord Fáilte Éireann [Tourism development]

CERT [Training in hotel, catering and tourism industries]

Irish Sports Council

National Roads Authority

Údarás na Gaeltachta [Authority for Gaelic speaking regions]

Teagasc [Agricultural research, training and development]

An Bord Bia [Food industry promotion]

An Bord Glas [Horticulture industry promotion]

Irish Horseracing Authority

Bord na gCon [Greyhound racing support and development]

Marine Institute

Bord Iascaigh Mhara [Fisheries Development]

The Equality Authority

Legal Aid Board

Categories

Regional Health Boards (Regional Hospital Authorities)

Hospitals and similar institutions of a public character (hospitals and other institutions of public character)

Vocational Education Committees (Committee for vocational training)

Colleges and educational institutions of a public character (secondary schools and institutions of education of public character)

Central and Regional Fisheries Boards (Central and regional fisheries authorities)

Regional Tourism Organization (Regional tourist offices)

National Regulatory and Appeals bodies [such as in the telecommunications, energy, planning etc. areas] (National supervisory and appellate authorities, URf.eks. concerning telecommunications, energy, urban planning, etc. ...)

Agencies established for two carry out particular functions or meet needs in various public sectors [e.g. Healthcare Materials Management Board, Health Sector Employers Agency, Local Government Computer Services Board, Environmental Protection Agency, National Safety Council, Institute of Public Administration, Economic and Social Research Institute, National Standards Authority, etc.] (organism créés pour remplir des fonctions ou particulières pour satisfaire des besoins de secteurs publics, Healthcare Materials Management Board, Health Sector Employers Agency, Local Government Computer Services Board, Environmental Protection Agency, National Safety Council, Institute of Public Administration, Economic and Social Research Institute, National Standards Authority, etc.)

Other public bodies falling within the definition of a body governed by public law in accordance with Article 1 (7) of this Directive (Other bodies governed by public law, which fall within the definition of a body governed by public law in article 1 of the directive, no. 7).

VIII. ITALY

Bodies

Società Stretto di Messina «»

Ente autonomo mostra d'oltremare e del lavoro italiano nel mondo

Ente nazionale per l'aviazione civile (ENAC)

Ente nazionale per l'assistenza al volo-ENAV

ANAS S.p.A.

Enti portuali e aeroportuali categories — (port and airport authorities)



Consorzi per le opere idrauliche – (hydraulic engineering Consortium)



– Università statali, gli istituti universitari statali, lavori interessanti le in consorzi per in università (State universities, State University institutes, consortia for the development of universities)



Istituzioni pubbliche di assistenza e di – beneficenza (public welfare and charity institutions)



Istituti superiori scientifici e culturali, – osservatori astronomici, astrofisici, geofisici o vulcanologici (higher scientific and cultural institutes, observatories for astrunomi, astrophysics, geophysics and volcanology)



Enti di ricerca e sperimentazione – (organs for research and experimental activities)



Enti che gestiscono forme obbligatorie di – previdenza e di assistenza (agencies for compulsory social security schemes)



Consorzi di bonifica – (consortia for land improvement works)



Enti di sviluppo e di irrigazione – (development and irrigation enterprises)



-Consorzi per le aree industriali (consortia for industrial areas)



-Comunità montane (groupings of municipalities in mountain areas)



Enti preposti a servizi di pubblico – interest (agencies providing services in the public interest)



Enti pubblici preposti ad attività di – spettacolo, sportive, turistiche e del tempo libero (public bodies engaged in entertainment, sport, tourism and leisure activities)



Enti culturali e di promozione artistica – (bodies, that works for the promotion of cultural and artistic activities).

IX. LUXEMBOURG

Établissements publics de l ' état placés categories — sous la surveillance d'un Member du gouvernement (State public institutions under the supervision of a member of the Government)



-Établissements publics placés sous la surveillance des communes (public institutions under municipal supervision).


Syndicats de communes créés en vertu de la loi du 23 février 2001 concernant les syndicats de communes (associations of the municipality as established pursuant to the law of 23 February 2001 with subsequent amendments).

X. NETHERLANDS

Bodies

Ministerie van Binnenlandse Zaken en Koninkrijksrelaties (Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Kingdom Relations) – Nederlands Instituut voor Brandweer en rampenbestrijding (NIBRA) (Dutch Institute for fire and disaster protection)



Nederlands Bureau Brandweer Examens — (NBBE) (Dutch Office for evidence for firefighters)



-Landelijk Selectie en Opleidingsinstituut Politie (LSOP)-(National Institute for selection and education of policemen)



– 25 afzonderlijke politieregio's (25 independent police regions)



– Stichting ICTU (ICTU Foundation) Ministerie van Economische Zaken (Ministry of economy)-Stichting Syntens (Syntens-Fund)



Van Swinden Laboratorium B.V. – (Van Swinden Laboratory)



– Nederlands Meetinstituut B.V. (Dutch Institute for metrology and technology)



Nederlands Instituut voor Vliegtuigontwikkeling en Ruimtevaart – (NIVR) (Dutch Institute for aircraft engineering and aerospace)



Stichting Toerisme Recreatie Nederland — (TRN) (Dutch tourist board)



Samenwerkingsverband Noord Nederland (SNN) – (Cooperative body of the provincial Government of the northern Netherlands)



-Gelderse Ontwikkelingsmaatschappij (GOM) (Gelderland Development Company)



Overijsselse Ontwikkelingsmaatschappij (OOM) – (OOM Overijsselse Development Company)



-LIOF (Limburg Investment Development Company LIOF)



Noordelijke Ontwikkelingsmaatschappij (NOM)--(NOM Investment Development)



– Brabantse Ontwikkelingsmaatschappij (BOM) (Noord Brabant Development Company)



– Onafhankelijke Post en Telecommunicatie Autoriteit (Independent Post and Telecommunications Authority) Ministerie van Financiën (Ministry of Finance) — De Nederlandse Bank N.V. (The Dutch central bank)



Autoriteit Financiële Markten – (The Dutch regulatory authority for the financial markets)



-Pensioen-& Verzekeringskame (The Dutch regulatory authorities for pensions and insurance) Ministerie van Justitie (Ministry of Justice)-Stichting Reclassering Nederland (SRN) (Dutch rehabiliseringsinstitut)



– Stichting VEDIVO (VEDIVO, Association of court-appointed guardians for young criminals)



Voogdij-en gezinsvoogdij instellingen – (institutions responsible for guardianship and personal guardianship)



– Stichting Halt Nederland (SHN) (Dutch institution for treatment of young criminals)



Particuliere Internaten – (Private boarding schools)



Particuliere Jeugdinrichtingen – (Institutions for the placement of delinquent youths)



-Schadefonds Geweldsmisdrijven (Funds for compensation to victims of violence)



Centraal orgaan Opvang Asielzoekers – (COA) (Central Agency for the reception of asylum seekers)



Landelijk Bureau Inning Onderhoudsbijdragen – (LBIO) (National Agency for the recovery of alimony)



– Landelijke organisaties victim support (National Organization for victim assistance)



College Bescherming Persoongegevens – (Dutch data protection authority)



– Stichting Studio Centre Rechtspleging (SSR) (Administration of Justice Study Centre Administration)



– Exhorts her voor de Rechtsbijstand (Retshjælpsråd)



– Stichting Rechtsbijstand Asiel (legal aid for asylum seekers)



Stichtingen Rechtsbijstand (Legal Assistance Institutions) –



Landelijk Bureau Racisme bestrijding – (LBR) (National Agency for the control of racediscrimination)



– Clara Wichman Instituut (Clara Wichman Institute)



– Tolkencentra (Interpreting centres) Ministerie van Landbouw, Natuurbeheer en Visserij (Ministry of agriculture, nature management and fisheries)-Bureau Beheer Landbouwgronden (land management office)



– Fauna Fund (Fauna Fund)



-Staatsbosbeheer (National Forest Creature)



– Stichting Voorlichtingsbureau voor de Voeding (Netherlands Bureau for food and nutrition information)



-Universiteit Wageningen (Wageningen University)



– Stichting DLO (Agricultural Research center)



(Hoofd) productschappen – (trade associations) Ministerie van Onderwijs, certainly makes a Wetenschappen (Ministry of education, culture and science)

A. General descriptions – special public schools or publicly funded private schools for primary education in teaching according to the law on education in primary schools



-public schools or publicly funded private schools for special education, higher special education or institutions for special education or higher special education in accordance with law on centres of excellence



-public schools or publicly funded private schools or institutions of higher education according to the law on higher education



-public schools or publicly funded private institutions within the meaning of the law on special education and vocational education and training



-public schools or publicly funded private special schools in accordance with the law on experimental education



– publicly funded universities and higher education institutions, the Open University and teaching hospitals as defined by the law on higher education and scientific research as well as institutes for international teaching, in so far as they are financed by the public sector with more than 50%



– skolevejledningtjenester as laid down in the law on education in primary schools or in law on centres of excellence



– national educational centres in accordance with the Act on subsidies for national educational support activities



– radio and television broadcasting organizations, as laid down in the media law



– funds as laid down in the Act on specific cultural policy



-national bodies for vocational education and training



– foundations as laid down in the law on the autonomy of services related to the Rijksmuseum



– other museums, which are funded with more than 50% by the Ministry of education, Culture and Science



– other organisations and institutions in the field of education, culture and science, which are funded with more than 50% by the Ministry of education, Culture and Science – Informatie Beheer Groep Names B.



– Stichting Participatiefonds voor het Onderwijs



– Stichting Uitvoering Kinderopvangregelingen/Kintent



– Stichting voor Vluchteling-Studenten UAF



– Koninklijke Nederlandse Academie van Wetenschappen



– Nederlandse organisatie voor internationale samenwerking in het hoger onderwijs (Nuffic)



Stichting Nederlands Interdisciplinair Demografisch Instituut –



Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek-–



Nederlandse Organisatie voor toegepast-natuurwetenschappelijk – onderzoek-



— College van Beroep voor het hoger Onderwijs



Vereniging van openbare bibliotheken NBLC –



– Koninklijke Bibliotheek



– Stichting Muziek Centrum van de Omroep



– Stichting Ether Reclame



Stichting Radio Nederland Wereldomroep –



– Nederlandse Programma Stichting



– Nederlandse Omroep Stichting



– The Commissariaat voor de Media



– Stichting Nederlandse Culturele Omroepproducties Stimulus Fund



– Stichting Lezen



– Dienst Omroepbijdragen



– Centrum voor innovatie en opleidingen



– Bedrijfsfonds voor de Pers



– Centrum voor innovatie van opleidingen



– Instituut voor Toetsontwikkeling (Cito)



– Instituut voor Leerplanontwikkeling



-Landelijk Dienstverlenend Centrum voor Studie-en Beroepskeuzevoorlichting-



Max Goote Kenniscentrum voor Beroepsonderwijs en – Volwasseneneducatie



– Stichting Bedrijfsgezondheidszorg voor het Onderwijs Vervangingsfonds a



– BVE-Raad



Vereniging kenniscentra beroepsonderwijs bedrijfsleven, Colo –



– Stichting kwaliteitscentrum examinering beroepsonderwijs



Vereniging Jongerenorganisatie Beroepsonderwijs –



-Combo Stichting Combinatie Onderwijsorganisatie,



– Stichting Vakbondsverlof Onderwijs Struktureel Financing



– Stichting Samenwerkende Centrales in het COPWO



– Stichting Sophocles



– Europees Platform



– Stichting mobiliteitsfonds HBO



– Nederlands Audiovisueel Archiefcentrum



– Stichting minderheden Televisie Nederland



– Stichting omroep allochtonen



– Stichting multiculturele Activiteiten Utrecht



– School there Poëzie



– Nederlands Perscentrum



-Nederlands Letterkundig Museum en documentatiecentrum



– Bibliotheek voor varenden



– Christelijke bibliotheek voor blind a slechtzienden



-Federatie van Nederlandse Blindenbibliotheken



Nederlandse luister-en braillebibliotheek –



Federatie Slechtzienden-en-Blindenbelang



– Bibliotheek Le Sage Ten Broek



– Doe Maar Dicht Maar



– ElHizjra



Fonds Bijzondere Journalistieke Projecten –




– Fund for Central and East European Bookprojects



Jongeren Onderwijs Media – Ministerie van Zaken en Werkgelegenheid Social (Ministry of labour and social policy) – Social Verzekeringsbank (Social insurance bank)



-Arbeidsvoorzieningsorganisatie (Employment Guide)



Stichting Silicose Oud Mijnwerkers – (Foundation for former miners suffering from silicosis with)



– Stichting Pensioen-& Verzekeringskamer (pensions and Insurance Supervisory Authority of the Netherlands)



-Sociaal Economische Raad (SER) (Dutch social and Economic Council)



Raad voor Werk en Inkomen – (RWI) (Council for work and business income)



– Central organisatie voor werk en inkomen (Central organisation for work and business income)



Uitvoeringsinstituut werknemersverzekeringen – (Department of workers ' social security) Ministerie van Verkeer en Waterstaat (Ministry of transport, communications and public works) – RDW Voertuig informatie en toelating (Vehicle information and permissions)



-Luchtverkeersbeveiligingsorganisatie (LVB) (Institute for the safety of air navigation)



– Nederlandse Loodsencorporatie (NLC) (Dutch trade unions for pilots)



– Regional Loodsencorporatie (RLC) (Regional trade unions for pilots) Ministerie van Volkshuisvesting, Ruimtelijke Ordening en Milieu (Ministry for housing, spatial planning and the environment) – Kadaster (land registry)



-Centraal Fonds voor de Volkshuisvesting (Central Housing Fund)



Stichting Bureau Architectenregister – (Architects register) Ministerie van Volksgezondheid, Welzijn en Sport (Ministry of health, welfare and sport) – Commissie Algemene Oorlogsongevallenregeling Indonesië (COAR)



– College ter beoordeling van de Geneesmiddelen (CBG) (medicines agency)



– Commissies voor gebiedsaanwijzing



– College sanering Ziekenhuisvoorzieningen (National Institute for redevelopment of hospital facilities)



Zorgonderzoek Nederland (ZON) – (Council for research and development in sundehedssektoren)



Keuringsinstellingen Wet medische hulpmiddelen: – N.V. KEMA/Stichting TNO Certification (KEMA/TNO certification)



College Bouw Ziekenhuisvoorzieningen (CBZ)-(National center for hospital construction)



College voor Zorgverzekeringen (CVZ) – (Centre for health insurance)



– Nationaal Comité 4 en 5 mei (National Committees for the 4th and 5th May)



Pensioen-en Uitkeringsraad – (PUR) (Council on pensions and social security benefits)



College Tarieven Gezondheidszorg (CTG) – (Supervisory Board for rates in the health care sector)



– Stichting Uitvoering Omslagregeling Wet op de Toegang Ziektekostenverzekering (SUO)



Stichting tot bevordering van de Volksgezondheid – a Milieuhygiëne (SVM) (Fund for the promotion of public health and environment)



Stichting Facilitair Bureau Gemachtigden Bouw VWS –



Stichting Sanquin Bloedvoorziening – (Sanquin blood supply Foundation)



— College van Toezicht op de Zorgverzekeringen organen ex Article 14, lid 2 c, Wet BIG (Supervisory Board for sickness funds)



-Ziekenfondsen (Health Insurance)



– Nederlandse Transplantatiestichting (NTS) (Dutch foundation for transplants)



Indicatieorganen (Rio's) – Regional (Regional bodies for needs assessment) XI. Austria

All bodies of a non-commercial nature subject/(Court of Auditors)-budgetary control

XII. PORTUGAL

Categories – Institutos accessible sem caracter comercial ou industrial (public institutions of non-commercial character)



– Serviços accessible personalizados (public authorities having legal personality)



Fundações públicas (public foundations) –



Ensino, investigação de Estabelecimentos – accessible científica e saúde (public institutions for education, scientific research and health) XIII. Finland

Public or publicly controlled bodies and undertakings of non-commercial character

XIV. SWEDEN

All non-commercial bodies whose procurement is subject to supervision by the State Agency for public contracts

XV. UNITED KINGDOM

Bodies – the Design Council



– The Health and Safety Executive



– The National Research Development Corporation



– Public Health Laboratory Service Board



-Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service



– The Commission for the New Towns



– The National Blood Authority



– The National Rivers Authority



– Scottish Enterprise,



-Scottish Homes



– Welsh Development Agency.

Categories-Maintained schools, (publicly supported schools)



– Universities and Colleges financed for the most party city other contracting authorities (universities and colleges, mostly funded by other bidders),



– The National Museums and Galleries (national museums and art collections)



– Research Councils, (Research Councils)



– Four Authorities (fire authorities)



– National Health Service Strategic Health Authorities (authorities under the State health service)



-Police Authorities (police services)



– New Town Development Corporations (New Town-planning authorities)



– Urban Development Corporations (city planning authority).



Annex IV



CENTRAL GOVERNMENT AUTHORITIES

1)







 

 

 



 



Belgium



 



 

 

 





-l'Etat





-de Staat





-the State







-les communautés





-de gemeenschappen





-the communities







-les commissions communautaires





-the gemeenschapscommissies





-the community commissions







-les régions





-de gewesten





-regions







-les provinces





-de provincies





-the provinces







-les commune





-de gemeenten





-municipalities







-les centres publics d'aide sociale





-de openbare centra voor maat-schappelijk welzijn





-the public social security







-les fabriques d'églises et les chargés de la gestion du organism temporel des autres cultes reconnus





-de instellingen die belast zijn en de kerkfabrieken met het beheer van de temporalïen van de are-know erediensten





-Church administrations and bodies which administer the secular aspects of the other recognized religious communities







-les sociétés de développement régional





-de gewestelijke ontwikkelings maatschappijen





-regional development companies







-les polders et wateringues





-de polders en water no





-the authorities of reclaimed areas and watercourses







-les comités de remembrement des biens Court





-the ruilverkavelingscomités





-the land consolidation committees







-les zones de police





-the politiezones






-Police zones







-les associations formées par plusieurs des pouvoirs adjudicateurs ci-dessus.





-de verenigingen gevormd door een of meerdere aanbestedende overheden hierboven.





-associations of several of the above contracting authorities





 

 

 







1)







For the purposes of this directive ' central government authorities ' in this annex for ease of reference referred to authorities, and to the extent which at national level have been made corrections or changes, the units that may be entered instead of this.















 

 





Denmark





 

 





1.





The Folketing





The National Audit Office







2.





The Prime Minister's Office



 





3.





The Ministry of Foreign Affairs



 





4.





The Ministry of employment





Five agencies and several institutions







5.





The Danish court administration



 





6.





The Ministry of finance





Five agencies and several institutions







7.





The Ministry of defence





Several institutions







8.





Ministry of the Interior and health





Several agencies and institutions, including Statens Serum Institut







9.





The Ministry of Justice





National Commissioner, two directorates and a number of agencies







10.





Church Ministry





Ten Diocesan øvrigheder







11.





The Ministry of culture





Department as well as a number of State institutions







12.





The Ministry of the environment





Six boards







13.





Ministry of refugee, immigration and Integration Affairs





An agency







14.





Ministry of food, agriculture and fisheries





Nine directorates and institutions







15.





Ministry of science, Technology and Development





Several agencies and institutions, Risø National Laboratory and the State educational buildings







16.





The Danish Ministry of taxation





An agency and several institutions







17.





The Ministry of Social Affairs





Three boards and several institutions







18.





The Ministry of transport





Twelve agencies and several institutions, including the Øresund bridge Consortium







19.





The Ministry of education





Three agencies, four institutes and five other institutions







20.





Economic and business affairs





Several agencies and institutions

















 

 





THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY





 

 





Auswärtiges Amt





Federal Foreign Office







Bundesministerium des Innern (nur zivile Güter)





Federal indenrigsministeriet (only civil procurement)







The Federal Ministry of Justice





The Federal Ministry of Justice







Bundesministerium der Finanzen





Federal Ministry of finance







Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Arbeit





Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and labour







Bundesministerium für Verbraucherschutz, Ernährung und Landwirtschaft





Federal Ministry of consumer protection, food and agriculture







Bundesministerium für Arbeit und Sozialordnung





Federal Ministry of labour and Social Affairs







Bundesministerium der Verteidigung (keine militärischen Güter)





The Federal Ministry of defence (no military procurement)







Bundesministerium für Familie, Senioren, Frauen und Jugend





The Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, senior citizens, women and youth







Bundesministerium für Gesundheit





Federal Ministry for health







Bundesministerium für Verkehr, Bau-und Wohnungswesen





Federal Ministry for transport, building and housing







Bundesministerium für Umwelt, Zoo und Reaktorsicherheit





Federal minister for the environment, nature conservation and reactor safety







Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung





The Federal Ministry of education and research








Bundesministerium für wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung





Federal Ministry for economic cooperation and development

















 

 





Greece





 

 





1.





Υπονργπο Εσωτερικών, Δημόστας Διοίκησης και Αποκtiντρωσης





The Ministry of the Interior, civil service and decentralization







2





Υπουργείο Εξωτερικών





The Ministry of Foreign Affairs







3.





Υπουργείο Οικονομίας και Οικονομικών





Ministry of economy and finance







4.





Υπουργείο Ανάπτυξης





The Ministry of development







5.





Υπουργείο Δικαιοσιίνης





The Ministry of Justice







6.





Υπονργείο Ευνικιής Rαιδείας και Θρησκευμίrιων the Ministry of education and religious affairs







7.





Υπουργείο Πολιτισμού





The Ministry of culture







8.





Υπουργείο Υγείας - Πρόνοιας





The Ministry of health and welfare







9.





Υπουργείο Περιβάλλοντος, Χωροταξιας και Δημοσίων Έργων





Ministry of environment, physical planning and public works







10.





Υπουργείο Εργασίας και Κοινωνικών Ασφαλίσεων Ministry of labour and social policy







11.





Υπουργείο Μεταφορών και Επικοινωνιών





Ministry of transport and communications







12.





Υπουργείο Γεωργίας





The Ministry of agriculture







13. Υπονργείο Εμπορικής Ναντιλίας





The Ministry of the Merchant Navy







14.





Υπουργείο Μακεδονίας-Θράκης Ministry of Macedonia and Thrace







15.





Υπουργείο Αιγαίου





Ministry of the Aegean







16.





Υπονργείο και Μέσων Μαζικής Ενημέρωσης Τύπου Ministry of press and mass media







17.





Γενική Γραμματεία Νέας Γενιάς





The General Secretariat for youth







18.





Γενική Γραμματεία Ισότητας





The General Secretariat for gender equality







19.





Γραμματεία Κοινωνικών Ασφαλίσεων Γενική General Secretariat for social security







20.





Γραμματεία Απόδημου Ελληνισμού Γενική General Secretariat for Greeks abroad







21.





Γενική Γραμματεία Βιομηχανίας





General Secretariat for industry







22.





Γmκή Γραμματεία Ερευνας και Τεχνολογίας ' General Secretariat for research and technology







23.





Γενική Γραμματεία Ανλητισμού





General Secretariat for sports







24.





Γεπική Γραμματεία Δημοσίων Έργων





General Secretariat for public works







25.





Γενική Γραμματεία Εννικής Στατιστικής Υπηρεσίας Ελλάδος





The General Secretariat of the Statistical Service of Greece







26.





Εννικός Οργανισμός Κοινωνικής Φpoντiδaς the National Welfare Office







27.





Οργαιτσμός Εργατικής Κατοικίας





Workers ' Housing Office







28.





Εννικό Τυπογραφείο





The National Printing House







29.





Γενικό Χημείο του Κράτους the General State laboratory







30.





Ταμείο Εννικής Οδοποιίας





The Greek Highway Fund







31.






Εννικό Καποδιστριακό Πανεπιστήμιο Ανηνών the University of Athens







32.





Αριστοτέλειο Πανεπιστήμιο Θεσσαλονίκης Thessaloniki University







33.





Δημοκρίτειο Πανεπιστήμιο Θράκης





Traches University







34.





Αιγαίου Πανεπιστήμιο Aegeans University







35.





Παυεπιστήμιο Ιωαννίνων





Ioanninas University







36.





Πανεπιστήμιο Πατρών





Patras University







37.





Πανεπιστήμιο Μακεδονίας





University of Macedonia







38.





Πολυτεχνείο Κρήτης





Crete Polytechnic







39.





Σιβιτανίδειος Δημόσια Σχολή Τεχνών και Επαγγελμάτων





Sivitanidios technical school







40.





Αιγινήτειο Νοσοκομείο





Eginitio hospital







41.





Αρεταίειο Νοσοκομείο





Areteio hospital







42.





Εννικό Κέντρο Δημόσιας Διοίκησης





The National Centre for public administration







43.





Οργανισμός Διαχείρισης Δημοσίον Υλικοδ Α.Ε.





The public material management







44.





Οργανισμός Γεωργικών Ασφαλίσεων





Farmers ' social security







45.





Οργανισμός Σχολικών Κτιρίων





The management of school construction







46.





Γενικό Ετιιτελείο Στρατοιί 1) army general staff







47.





Γενικό Επιτελείο Ναυτικού 1) Navy's gene rastab







48.





Γενικό Επιτελείο Αεροπορίας 1), the air force's general staff







49.





Ελληνική Ενέργειας The Greek Atomic Energy Commission Ατομικιjς Επιτροπή







50.





Γενική Γραμματεία Εκπαίδευσης Ενηλίκων





The General Secretariat for adult education









1)







They referred to in annex V non-warlike materials.

















 

 





Spain





 

 





Presidencia del Gobierno





The Prime Minister's Office







Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores





The Ministry of Foreign Affairs







Ministerio de Justicia





The Ministry of Justice







Ministerio de Defensa





The Ministry of defence







Ministerio de Hacienda





The Ministry of finance







Ministerio de Interior





The Ministry of the Interior







Ministerio de Fomento





The Ministry of National Development







Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deportes de





The Ministry of education, Culture and Sport







Ministerio de Trabajo y Asuntos Sociales de





Ministry of labour and Social policy







The Ministerio de Agricultura, Pesca y Alimentación





The Ministry of agriculture, fisheries and food







Ministerio de la Presidencia





The Government's Office







The Ministerio de Administraciones Públicas





The Ministry of public service employees







Ministerio de Sanidad y Consumo





The Ministry of health and Consumer Affairs







Ministerio de Economía





The Ministry of economy







Ministerio de Medio Ambiente





The Ministry of economy







Ministerio de Ciencia y Tecnología





The Ministry of science and Technology

















 

 





France





 

 





1. Ministries



 






-Services you Prime Ministers





-Prime Minister's services







-Ministère des affaires étrangères





-Ministry of Foreign Affairs







-Ministère des affaires sociales, du travail et de la solidarité





-Social, labour and Solidarity Ministry







-Ministère de l'agriculture, de l'alimentation, de la pêche et des affaires rurales





-Ministry of agriculture, food, fisheries and Rural Affairs







-Ministère de la culture et de la communication





-Ministry of Culture and Communication







-Ministère de la défense1)-Ministry of defence







-Ministère de l'écologie et du développement durable





-Ministry of Ecology and sustainable development







-Ministère de l ' économie, des finances et de l'industrie





-Economics, finance and industry Ministry







-Ministère de l'équipement, des transports, du logement, du tourisme et de la mer





-Ministry of Infrastructure, transport, housing, Tourism and Marine Affairs







-Ministère de la fonction publique, de la réforme de l'Etat et de l'aménagement du territoire





-Ministry of civil service, State reform and regional planning







-Ministère de l ' intérieur, de la sécurité intérieure et des libertés locales





-The Ministry of the Interior and the Ministry of internal security and Local Freedoms







-Ministère de la justice





-Ministry of Justice







-Ministère de la jeunesse, de l ' éducation nationale et de la recherche





-Youth, Ministry of education and science







-Ministère de l'outre-mer





-Ministry of overseas territories







-Ministère de la santé, de la famille et des personnes handicapées





-Health and Family Ministry and Ministry for persons with disabilities







-Ministère des sports





-The Ministry of sports





 

 







1)

    Non-warlike materials.



 



 

 







2. National public institutions





 





-Académie de France à Rome-the French Academy in Rome







-Académie de marine





-Marine Academy







-Académie des sciences d'outre-mer





-The Academy of science in the overseas areas







-Agence centrale des organism de sécurité sociale (ACOSS)





-The Agency for the social security schemes







-Agence nationale pour l'amélioration des conditions de travail (ANACT)





-The Agency for the improvement of working conditions







-Agence nationale pour l'amélioration de l'habitat (ANAH)





-The Agency for improvement of housing conditions







-Agence nationale pour l'indemnisation des français d'outre-mer (ANIFOM)





-The Agency for compensation of French overseas territories







-Assemblée permanente des chambres d'agriculture (APCA)





-The Permanent Association of agricultural chambers







-Bibliothèque nationale de France





-The French national library







-Bibliothèque nationale et universitaire de Strasbourg





-The National and University Library-Bibliothèque publique d'information in Strasbourg





-The public information library-Caisse des dépôts et consignations





-Depositokassen







-Caisse nationale des Autoroutes (CNA)





-The national motorway box







-Caisse nationale militaire de sécurité sociale (CNMSS)





-The national military social security cash-Centre des monuments nationaux (CMN)





-The Centre for national monuments







-Caisse de garantie du logement locatif social





-Fund for housing in social rented accommodation-Casa de Velasquez





-Casa de Velasquez







Centers founder zootechnique





-Centre for zootechnical training







-Centre d ' études du milieu et de pédagogie appliquée du ministère de l'agriculture





-Centre for displaced learn and applied education under the Ministry of agriculture







-Centre d ' études supérieures de sécurité sociale





Centre for higher education in the field of social security







-Centres de formation professionnelle agricole





-Centres for agricultural education







-Centre national d'art et de culture Georges Pompidou





-The national art and culture Centre Georges Pompidou







-Centre national de la cinématographie





-The national film center







-Centre national d ' études et de formation pour l'enfance inadaptée






-The national research and training center on maladjusted children







-Centre national d ' études et d'expérimentation du machinisme agricole, du génie rural, des eaux et des forêts (CEMAGREF)





-The national center for research and experimentation in agricultural machines and construction equipment in rural, water and forestry







-Centre national des lettres





-The national center for the Humanities







-Centre national de documentation pédagogique





-The National Centre for educational documentation







-Centre national des oeuvres universitaires et scolaires (CNOUS)





-The National Centre for University and school construction-Centre hospitalier des Quinze-Vingts





Quinze-Vingts Hospital-Centre







-Centre national de promotion rurale de Marmilhat





-The national center for the promotion of rural development in Marmilhat







-Centres d ' Éducation populaire et de sport (CREPS)





-Centres for folk education and sport







-Centres régionaux des œuvres universitaires (CROUS)





-Regional centres for University construction







-Centres régionaux de la propriété forestière





-The regional centre for forestry owners







-Centre de sécurité sociale des travailleurs migrants





Center on social security for migrant workers







-Commission des opérations de bourse-Stock Exchange Commission







-Conseil supérieur de la pêche





-The top fisheries committees







-Conservatoire de l'espace littoral et des lacustres Rivage





Institute for coastal and inland waterways-Conservatoire national supérieur de musique de Paris





-Music Academy in the Paris Conservatoire national supérieur de musique de Lyon





-Music Conservatory in Lyon







-Conservatoire national supérieur d'art dramatique





-Drama Academy-École centrale Lyon





-Ecole centrale of Lyon







-École centrale des arts et manufactures





-Ecole centrale for arts and crafts-Ecole du Louvre





-Louvre-school







-École française d ' athènes d'archéologie





-The French Archaeology school in Athens







-École française d ' Extrême-Orient





-The French school of the far East







-École française de Rome





-The French school in Rome







-École des hautes études en sciences sociales





-School of Social Sciences







-École nationale d'administration





-School Of Business Administration (ENA)







-École nationale de l'aviation civile (ENAC)





-School for civil aviation







-École nationale des Chartes





-School of Paleography







-École nationale d'équitation





-The national riding school







-École nationale du génie rural des eaux et des forêts (ENGREF)





-Engineering College of rural, water and forestry







-Écoles nationales d'ingénieurs





-Engineering College







-École nationale d'ingénieurs des techniques des industries agricoles et alimentaires





-Engineering College for agriculture and food engineering







-Écoles nationales d'ingénieurs des travaux agricoles





-Engineering College of agriculture







-Ecole nationale du génie de l'eau et de l'environnement de Strasbourg





-Engineering College for the water creature and environment in Strasbourg







-École nationale de la magistrature et industries





-Judge and Prosecutor school







-Écoles nationales de la marine marchande





-The national schools of merchant shipping







-École nationale de la santé publique (ENSP)





-School of public health







-École nationale de ski et d'alpinisme





-School of skiing and mountaineering







École nationale supérieure agronomique-Montpellier





-Agronomy College of Montpellier







École nationale supérieure agronomique-Rennes





-Agronomy College of Rennes







-École nationale supérieure des arts décoratifs





-Applied arts school of business







-École nationale supérieure des arts Strasbourg





-Decorative arts school in Strasbourg







-École nationale supérieure des arts et industries textiles Roubaix





-Art and textile school in Rubaix







-Écoles nationales supérieures d'arts et métiers





-The technical high schools







-École nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts






-Art school







-École nationale supérieure des bibliothécaires





-Library school







-École nationale supérieure de céramique industrielle





-School of industrial ceramics







-École nationale supérieure de l'électronique et de ses applications (ENSEA)





-Electronics School of business







-École nationale supérieure des industries agricoles alimentaires





-School of agro-industry







-École nationale supérieure du paysage





-Landscape School of business







-Écoles nationales vétérinaires





-The national veterinarian schools







-École nationale de voile





-The national sailing school







-Écoles normales nationales d'apprentissage





-The national apprenticeship schools







-Écoles normales supérieures





-Teacher training colleges







-École polytechnique





-The Polytechnic School







-École technique professionnelle agricole et forestière de Meymac (Corrèze)





-The technical agricultural and forestry school in Meymac (Corrèze)







École de sylviculture-Crogny (Aube)





-Crogny (Aube) School of Forestry







-École de viticulture et d'oenologie de la Tour-Blanche (Gironde)





-Wine-growing-and ønologiskolen in Tour-Blanche (Gironde)







École de viticulture-Avize (Marne)





-Avize (Marne)-growing school in







-Hôpital national de Saint-Maurice





-National Hospital in Saint-Maurice







-Établissement national des invalides de la marine (ENIM)





-The National Institute for invalids from the Navy







Établissement national de bienfaisance Koenigswarter-





-The national charity Institute Koenigswarter







Établissement de maîtrise d'ouvrage des travaux-culturels (EMOC)





Institute for the management of cultural work







-Établissement public du musée et du domaine national de Versailles





-The public Department of the Museum and State property in Versailles







-Fondation Carnegie





-Carnegie Foundation







-Fondation Singer-Polignac





-Singer-Polignac Foundation







-Fonds d'action et de soutien pour la lutte contre les discriminations and integration a





-Fund for integration and the fight against discrimination







-Institut de l'elevage et de médecine vétérinaire des pays tropicaux (IEMVPT)





Institute for animal breeding and veterinary medicine in the tropics







-Institut français d'archéologie orientale du Caire





-The French Institute for oriental archaeology in Cairo







-Institut français de l'environnement





-The French Environmental Institute







-Institut géographique national





-The national geographical Institute







-Institut industriel du Nord





-The North French industrial Institute







-Institut national agronomique de Paris-Grignon





-The National Institute of Agronomy Paris-Grignon







-Institut national des appellations d'origine (INAO)





-The National Institute for designations of origin







-Institut national d'astronomie et de géophysique (INAG)





-The National Institute for astronomy and Geophysics







-Institut national de la consommation (INC)





-The national consumer Institute







-Institut national d ' Éducation populaire (INEP)





-The National Institute of public education







-Institut national d ' études démographiques (INED)





-The national demographic Institute







-Institut national des jeunes aveugles in Paris





-The National Institute for young blind people in Paris







Institut national des jeunes sourds-Bordeaux





-The National Institute for young deaf people in Bordeaux







Institut national des jeunes sourds-Chambéry





-The National Institute for young deaf people in Chambéry







Institut national des jeunes sourds-Metz





-The National Institute for young deaf people in Metz







Institut national des jeunes sourds-Paris





-The National Institute for young deaf people in Paris







-Institut national du patrimoine





-The National Institute for culture values







-Institut national de physique nucléaire et de physique des particules (i. N2. P3)





-The National Institute for nuclear physics and particle physics







-Institut national de la propriété industrielle





-The National Institute for industrial property







-Institut national de recherches archéologiques préventives





-The National Institute for preventive archaeological research








-Institut national de recherche pédagogique (INRP)





-The National Institute for educational research







-Institut national des sports et de l ' Éducation physique





-The National Institute for sports and physical education







-Instituts nationaux polytechniques





-The National Polytechnic institutes







-Instituts nationaux des sciences appliquées





-National Institutes of applied sciences







-Institut national supérieur de chimie industrielle de Rouen





-The National Institute for industrial chemistry in Rouen







-Institut national de recherche en informatique et en automatique (INRIA)





-The National Institute for Informatics and automation research







-Institut national de recherche sur les transports et leur sécurité (INRETS)





-The National Institute for research into transport and transport safety







-Instituts régionaux d'administration





-The regional administrative institutions







-Institut supérieur des matériaux et de la construction mécanique de Saint-Ouen





-The National Institute of materials and mechanical construction in Saint-Ouen







-Musée Auguste-Rodin





-Auguste Rodin Museum







-Musée de l ' Armée





-Military Museum







-Musée Gustave-Moreau





-Gustave Moreau Museum







-Musée du Louvre





-Louvre Museum







-Musée du quai Branly





-Quai Branly Museum







-Musée national de la marine





-The national marine museum







-Musée national j.-j.-Henner





-J.J. Henner Museum







-Musée national de la Légion d'honneur





-The national museum of the Legion of honour







-Muséum national d'histoire naturelle





-Natural history museum







-Office de coopération et d'accueil universitaire





Office for cooperation and reception at the University







-Office français de protection des réfugiés et apatrides





-The French Office for the protection of refugees and stateless persons







-Office national de la chasse et de la fauna sauvage





-The national Office for hunting and wild fauna







-Office national d'information sur les enseignements et les professions (ONISEP)





-The national information Office on education and profession







-Office des migration internationales (OMI)





-The Office for international migration







-Office universitaire et culturel français pour l'Algérie





-The Office for university studies and French culture of Algeria







-Palais de la découverte





-Exhibition Palais de la découverte







-Parcs nationaux





-National Parks







-Syndicat des Transports Parisiens d'Ile-de-France





-Transport Company of Paris and île-de-France







-Thermes nationaux-Aix-les-Bains





-National terms in Aix-les-Bains





 

 







3. Other national public institutions





 





-Union des groupements d'achats publics (UGAP)





-Association of public purchasing groups

















 

 





Ireland





 

 





President's Establishment





The President's Office







The houses of the Oireachtas [Parliament] and European Parliament





The two houses of the Oireachtas [Parliament] and European Parliament







The Department of the Taoiseach [Prime Minister]





Taoisearchs [the Prime Minister] Ministry







Central Statistics Office





The Central Statistical Office







The Department of Finance





The Ministry of finance







The Office of the Comptroller and Auditor General





The National Audit Office







The Office of the Revenue Commissioners





The equation Commission







Office of Public Works





The Office of public works







State Laboratory





State laboratory







The Office of the Attorney General





Chamber Attorney's Office







The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions





The public prosecutor's Office







Valuation Office





Valuation Office







Civil Service Commission





The Civil Service Commission







The Office of the Ombudsman





The Ombudsman's Office







Chief State Solicitor's Office






Coat-of-Attorney's Office







The Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform





The Ministry of Justice and the Department of equality and law reform







Courts Service





Court Management







Prisons Service





Prison management







Office of the Commissioners of Charitable Donations and Bequests





The Office of the Commissioner for gifts to charitable donations and bequests







Department of the Environment and Local Government





The Ministry of environment and the Ministry of local government







The Department of Education and Science





The Ministry of education and Science







Department of Communications, Marine and Natural Resources





The Ministry of communications, Marine and natural resources







Department of Agriculture and Food





The Ministry of agriculture and food







The Department of transport





The Ministry of transport







Department of Health and Children





The Department of health and Children







The Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment





Ministry of enterprise, trade and employment







Department of Arts, Sport and Tourism





The Department of Arts, Sport and Tourism







The Department of Defence





The Ministry of defence







The Department of Foreign Affairs





The Ministry of Foreign Affairs







Department of Social and Family Affairs





The Ministry of Social and Family Affairs







The Department of Community, Rural and Gaeltacht part [Gaelic regions] Affairs





The Ministry of Social Affairs, Landdistriksspørgsmål and issues relating to the Gaelic-speaking area







Arts Council





Arts Council







National Gallery





The National Gallery

















 

 





Italy





 

 







1. purchasing institutions





 





1.





Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri





Prime Minister's Office







2.





Ministero degli Affari Esteri





The Ministry of Foreign Affairs







3.





Ministero dell'Interno





The Ministry of the Interior







4.





Ministero della Giustizia





The Ministry of Justice







5.





Ministero della Difesa





Forsvarsministeriet1) 6.





Ministero dell'Economia e delle Finanze





Ministry of economy and finance







7.





Ministero delle Attività Produttive





Ministry of trade and industry







8.





Ministero delle Comunicazioni





Ministry of communications







9.





Ministero delle Politiche agricole e forestali





The agriculture and forestry Ministry







10.





Ministero dell'Ambiente e tutela del Territorio





The Ministry of environment and the Ministry for nature conservation







11.





Ministero delle Infrastrutture e Transporti





The Ministry of infrastructure and transport 12.





Ministero del Lavoro e delle politiche sociali





Ministry of labour and social policy







13.





Ministero della Salute





The Ministry of health







14.





Ministero dell'Istruzione, Università e Ricerca





The Ministry of education and the Ministry for universities and research







15.





Ministero Beni e le attività culturali per in





The Ministry of cultural heritage and cultural measures





 

 







1) non-warlike materials.



 



 

 







2. Other national public institutions:





 





CONSIP (Concessionaria Servizi Informatici Pubblici)





CONSIP SPA (concessionaire for public information services) 1) 1)







This national public institution acting as the central purchasing body for all ministries and on request also for other public entities on the basis of a concession or framework agreement.


















 

 





Luxembourg





 

 





1.





Ministère de l'Agriculture, de la Viticulture et du Développement rural: Administration des services techniques de l'agriculture.





1.





The Ministry of agriculture, Viticulture and rural development: administration of agricultural technical services







2.





Ministère des Affaires étrangères, du Commerce extérieur, de la Coopération et de la Défense: Armée.





2.





The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of foreign trade, development cooperation and Defence: Army







3.





Ministère de l'Education nationale, de la Formation professionnelle et des Sports: Lycées founder secondaire a founder secondaire technique.





3.





The Ministry of education, vocational training and Sport: high schools and technical colleges







4.





Ministère de l'Environnement: Administration de l'environnement.





4.





The Ministry of the environment: environmental protection agency







5.





Ministère d'Etat, département des Communications: Entreprise des P et T (Postes seulement).





5.





The Ministry responsible for communication: postal service







6.





Ministère de la Famille, de la Solidarité sociale et de la Jeunesse: Maisons de retraite de l'Etat, Homes d'enfants.





6.





The Ministry for the family, Social solidarity and youth: State retirement homes, children's homes







7.





Ministère de la Fonction publique et de la Réforme administrative: Centre informatique de l'Etat, Service central des imprimés et des fournitures de bureau de l'Etat.





7.





The Ministry of civil service and Administrative reform: State computer center, the State's central service for printed matter and office supplies







8.





Ministère de la Justice: Etablissements pénitentiaires.





8.





The Ministry of Justice: prisons







9.





Ministère de l ' intérieur: Police grand-ducale, Service national de la protection civile.





9.





The Ministry of the Interior: Grand Duchy police, the national civil defense







10.





Ministère des Travaux publics: bâtiments publics des Administration; Administration des ponts et chaussées





10.





Ministry of public works: management of public buildings, roads











The NETHERLANDS

Ministerie van algemene Zaken (Ministry of General Affairs) – Bestuursdepartement (Administration Department)



Bureau van de Wetenschappelijke Raad voor – het Regeringsbeleid (Scientific Council on Government policy)



-Rijksvoorlichtingsdienst: (state information service) Ministerie van Binnenlandse Zaken en Koninkrijksrelaties (Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations – Bestuursdepartement (Administration Department)



Agentschap Informatievoorziening Overheidspersoneel (IVOP) – (information Office for public employees)



– Central Archiefselectiedienst (CAS) (State Archives Service)



Algemene Inlichtingen-en Veiligheidsdienst – (AIVD) (General information and security service)



-Beheerorganisatie GBA (personnel and travel management)



Organisatie Informatie-en communicatietechnologie OOV – (ITO) (information and communication technology organisation)



– Landelijke Politiediensten Corps (National Police Corps) Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) – Directoraat Generaal Regiobeleid en Consulaire Zaken (DGRC) (Directorate-General for regional policy and consular matters)



Directoraat Generaal Politieke Zaken – (DGPZ) (Directorate-General for political matters)



Directoraat Generaal Internationale Samenwerking – (DGIS) (Directorate-General for international cooperation)



Directoraat Generaal Europese Samenwerking – (DGES) (Directorate-General for European Affairs)



– Centrum tot Bevordering van de Import uit Ontwikkelingslanden (CBI) (Centre for the promotion of imports from developing countries)



Diensten ressorterend onder P/Central – PlvS (Central services under Secretary-General and vicegeneralsekrætæren)



Buitenlandse Posten (ieder afzonderlijk) – (the various foreign missions) Ministerie van Defensie (Ministry of defence)-Bestuursdepartement (Administration Department)



Staf Defensie Interservice Commando – (DICO) (the armed forces ' internal support service)



Defensie Telematica Organisatie (DTO) – (Military telecommunications service)



Directie van de Dienst Gebouwen – Central, Werken en Terreinen (Defence infrastructure Department, Central Directorate)



De afzonderlijke directies regional – van de Dienst Gebouwen, Werken en Terreinen (Defence infrastructure Department, regional directorates)



Directie Materieel Koninklijke Marine – (the naval materiel Directorate)



Directie Materieel Koninklijke Landmacht – (Ordnance Directorate)



Directie Materieel Koninklijke Luchtmacht – (Air Guard equipment Directorate)



Landelijk Bevoorradingsbedrijf Koninklijke Landmacht – (LBBKL) (Army National Supply Division)



Defensie Pijpleiding Organisatie (DPO) – (Defence pipeline organisation)



Logistiek Centrum Koninklijke Luchtmacht – (Air Guard logistics center)



Koninklijke Marine, Marinebedrijf – (the Navy's maintenance department) Ministerie van Economische Zaken (Ministry of economy)-Bestuursdepartement (Administration Department)



-Centraal Bureau voor de Statistiek (CBS) (Central Statistical Office)



-Centraal Plan bureau (CPB) (Central Planning Bureau)



Bureau voor de Industriële Eigendom – (BIE) (industrial property Office)



– Stakeholders Involved (Involving)



Staatstoezicht op de Mijnen – (SodM) (State supervision of mines)



– Nederlandse Mededingingsautoriteit (NMa) (Netherlands competition authority)



Economische Voorlichtingsdienst (EVD) – (economic information service)



-Nederlandse Onderneming voor Energie en Milieu BV (Novem) (Agency for energy and environment)



-Agentschap Telecom (Telekommunikationsasgenturet) Ministerie van Financiën (Ministry of Finance)-Bestuursdepartement (Administration Department)



– The Automation Centre Belastingdienst (tax and customs administration computer center)



-Belastingdienst (tax and customs administration):



de afzonderlijke Directies der Rijksbelastingen – (the various divisions of the tax and customs throughout the country)



Fiscale Inlichtingen-en Opsporingsdienst-(inkl. Economische Controle dienst (ECD) (tax information and investigation service (the economic investigation Inc.))



-Belastingdienst Opleidingen (tax and Customs Training Centre)



-Dienst der Domeinen (State property)


Ministerie van Justitie (Ministry of Justice) – Bestuursdepartement (Administration Department)



Dienst Justitiële Inrichtingen – (Department of justice institutions)



Raad voor de Kinderbescherming – (child protection Council)



-Centraal Justitie Incasso Bureau (Central debt collection Office)



Openbaar Ministerie – (The public prosecutor)



Immigratie en Naturalisatiedienst – (immigration and naturalisations Department)



-Nederlands Forensisch Instituut (Netherlands Forensic Institute)



-Raad voor Rechtspraak (case-law the Council) the Ministerie van Landbouw, Natuurbeheer en Visserij (Ministry of agriculture, nature management and fisheries) – Bestuursdepartement (Administration Department)



-Agentschap Landelijke Service bij Rule No (LASER) (National Agency for in law implementation)



Agentschap Plantenziekte kundige Dienst – (PD) (plant protection agency)



Algemene Inspectiedienst (AID) – (General Inspection Service)



– De afzonderlijke Regionale Beleidsdirecties (regional administrative authorities each)



Agentschap Bureau Heffingen – (Tax Office)



Dienst Landelijk Gebied (DLG) – (Office for rural areas)



– De afzonderlijke Regionale Beleidsdirecties (the individual regional managing authorities) Ministerie van Onderwijs, certainly makes a Wetenschappen (Ministry of education, culture and science) – Bestuursdepartement (Administration Department)



Inspectie van het Onderwijs – (Education Inspectorate)



Inspectie Cultuurbezit – (Inspectorate of cultural heritage)



– Central Financiën Instellingen (central funding Institutions Agency)



– Nationaal archief (national archives)



– Rijksdienst voor de archeologie (State Archaeological Service)



-Rijksarchiefinspectie (Inspectorate of the public archives)



Adviesraad voor Wetenschaps-en Technologiebeleid – (the Advisory Council for science and technology)



-Onderwijsraad (Education Council)



Rijksinstituut voor Oorlogsdocumentatie – (the Danish National Institute for war documentation)



– Instituut Collectie Nederland (the Netherlands Institute for cultural heritage)



-Raad voor certainly makes (Cultural Council)



Rijksdienst voor de Monumentenzorg – (Netherlands Department for conservation of monuments)



Rijksdienst Oudheidkundig Bodemonderzoek – (The National Archaeological Service) Ministerie van Sociale Zaken en Werkgelegenheid (Ministry of labour and social policy) – Bestuursdepartement (Administration Department) Ministerie van Verkeer en Waterstaat (Ministry of transport, communications and public works) – Bestuursdepartement (Administration Department)



Directoraat-Generaal Luchtvaart – (Directorate-General for civil aviation)



Directoraat-Generaal Goederenvervoer – (Directorate-General for freight transport)



Directoraat-Generaal Personenvervoer – (Directorate-General for transport of passengers)



Directoraat-Generaal Rijkswaterstaat – (Directorate-General for public works)



Hoofdkantoor Directoraat-Generaal Rijks Waterstaat – (the Head Office of the directorate-general for public works)



De afzonderlijke directies van Rijkswaterstaat regional – (the various regional departments of the directorate-general for public works)



De afzonderlijke specialistische diensten van Rijkswaterstaat – (the various special services of the directorate-general for public works)



Directoraat-Generaal Water – (Directorate-General for water management)



Inspecteur-Generaal, Inspectie Verkeer – a Waterstaat (Inspector General under the Ministry of transport, communications and public works)



Divisie Luchtvaart van de Inspecteur-Generaal, Inspectie Verkeer en Waterstaat-(Aviation Department)



Divisie Vervoer van de Inspecteur-Generaal, Inspectie Verkeer en Waterstaat-(transport Department)



Divisie Scheepvaart van de Inspecteur-Generaal, Inspectie Verkeer en Waterstaat-(maritime Division)



– Central Diensten (Central Services)



Koninklijk Nederlands Meteorologisch Instituut – (KNMI) (Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute) Ministerie van Volkshuisvesting, Ruimtelijke Ordening en Milieubeheer (Ministry for housing, spatial planning and the environment) – Bestuursdepartement (Administration Department)



Directoraat-Generaal Wonen – (Directorate General for housing)



Directoraat-Generaal Ruimte-(Directorate General for spatial planning)



Directoraat General Milieubeheer – (DG ENV)



-Rijksgebouwendienst (Government buildings Agency)



VROM inspectie (Inspectorate)-Ministerie van Volksgezondheid, Welzijn en Sport (Ministry of health, welfare and sport)-Bestuursdepartement (Administration Department)



Inspectie Gezondheidsbescherming, Waren en Veterinaire – Zaken (Inspectorate for health protection and veterinary health)



-Inspectie Gezondheidszorg (Health Care Inspectorate)



Inspectie Jeugdhulpverlening en Jeugdbescherming – (Youth Inspectorate)



– Rijksinstituut voor de Volksgezondheid en Milieu (RIVM) (National Institute of public health and environment)



Sociaal en Cultureel – Plan bureau (social and Cultural Planning Office)



Agentschap t.b.v. het College ter Beoordeling – van Geneesmiddelen (the Agency for the evaluation of medicinal products), Tweede Kamer der Staten-Generaal (second Chamber)

Eerste Kamer der Staten-Generaal (the Senate)

Raad van State (Council of State)

Algemene Rekenkamer (Netherlands Court of Auditors)

National Ombudsman (State Ombudsman)

Kanselarij der Nederlandse Orden (the Office of the Netherlands order)

Koningin (Queen's Cabinet) Cabinet AUSTRIA





 

 





1.





Bundeskanzleramt





The Federal Chancellery







2.





Bundesministerium für auswärtige Angelegenheiten





Federal Foreign Office







3.





Bundesministerium für Bildung, Wissenschaft und Kultur





The Federal Ministry for education, science and culture







4.





Bundesministerium für Finanzen





Federal Ministry of finance







5.





Bundesministerium für Gesundheit und Frauen





Federal Ministry for health and women's issues







6.





Bundesministerium für Inneres





Federal indenrigsministeriet







7.





Bundesministerium für Justiz





The Federal Ministry of Justice







8.





Bundesministerium für Landesverteidigung





The Federal Ministry of defence







9.





Bundesministerium für Land-und Forstwirtschaft, Umwelt und Wasserwirtschaft





Federal Ministry for agriculture, forestry, environment and water management







10.





Bundesministerium für soziale Sicherheit, generationen und Konsumentenschutz





Federal Ministry for social security, generations and consumer protection







11.





Bundesministerium für Verkehr, Innovation und Technologie





Federal Ministry for transport, innovation and technology







12.






Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Arbeit





Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and labour







13.





Bundesamt für Eich-und Vermessungswesen





Federal Office for calibration and measurement







14.





Österreichische Forschungs-und Prüfzentrum Arsenal Gesellschaft m. b. h.





The Austrian research and test centre Arsenal GmbH







15.





Bundesprüfanstalt für Kraftfahrzeuge





Federal Institute for motor vehicles







16.





Bundesbeschaffung g. m. b. H





Company for public procurement







17.





Bundesrechenzentrum g. m. b. H





Center for data processing











PORTUGAL Presidência do Conselho de Ministros;-





Prime Minister's Office







With by the Ministério das Finanças;-





The Ministry of finance







-With by the Ministério da Defesa Nacional; 1) Ministry of defence







With by the Ministério dos Negócios Estrangeiros e-das Comunidades Portuguesa;





The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry for the Portuguese communities abroad







-With by the Ministério da Administração Interna;





The Ministry of the Interior







-With by the Ministério da Justiça;





The Ministry of Justice







-With by the Ministério da Economia;





The Ministry of economy







-With by the Ministério da Agricultura, Desenvolvimento Rural e Pescas;





The Ministry of agriculture, rural development and fisheries







-With by the Ministério da Educação;





The Ministry of education







With by the Ministério da Ciência e do Ensino-Superior;





The Ministry of science and higher education







-With by the Ministério da Cultura;





The Ministry of culture







-With by the Ministério da Saúde;





The Ministry of health







-With by the Ministério da Segurança Social e do Trabalho;





Ministry of labour and Social Affairs







With by the Ministério das Obras Públicas, Transportes-e Habitação;





The Ministry of public works, transport and housing







With by the Ministério das Cidades, Ordenamento-do Território e Ambiente.





Ministry of urban planning and the environment





 

 







1)







In annex V contained non-warlike materials.

















 

 





Finland





 

 





OIKEUSKANSLERINVIRASTO-JUSTITIEKANSLERSÄMBETET





The JUSTICE CHANCELLOR'S OFFICE







KAUPPA-JA TEOLLISUUSMINISTERIÖ-TRADE OCH INDUSTRIAL MINISTRY





THE DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY







Kuluttajavirasto-Swedish Consumer Agency





The Finnish consumers ' Association







Kilpailuvirasto-Konkurrensverket





The Finnish competition authority







Kuluttajavalituslautakunta-Konsumentklagonämnden





Consumer klagerådet







Patentti-ja rekisterihallitus-Patent-och register Agency





Patent-and registration agency







LIIKENNE-JA VIESTINTÄMINISTERIÖ-MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATIONS





MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS







Viestintävirasto-Kommunikationsverket





Communication agency







MAA-JA METSÄTALOUSMINISTERIÖ-JORD-OCH SKOGSBRUKSMINISTERIET





THE AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY MINISTRY







Elintarvikevirasto-National Food Administration





Food Agency







Maanmittauslaitos-Lantmäteriverket





Survey Agency







OIKEUSMINISTERIÖ-MINISTRY OF JUSTICE





The MINISTRY OF JUSTICE







Tietosuojavaltuutetun toimisto-Dataombudsmannens byrå





Data Ombudsman Office







Tuomioistuimet-domstolar





The courts







Korkein oikeus-Högsta domstolen





The Supreme Court







Korkein hallinto-oikeus-Högsta förvaltningsdomstolen





The Supreme Administrative Court







Hovioikeudet-hovrätter





Courts of appeal







Käräjäoikeudet-district courts





The local courts







Hallinto-oikeudet-förvaltningsdomstolar





Administrative courts







Markkinaoikeus-Marknadsdomstolen





Commercial Court







Työtuomioistuin – Arbetsdomstolen





The Labour Court








Vakuutusoikeus – Försäkringsdomstolen





Insurance law







Vankeinhoitolaitos – Fångvårdsväsendet





The prison service







OPETUSMINISTERIÖ-MINISTRY OF EDUCATION





The MINISTRY of EDUCATION







Opetushallitus-Utbildningsstyrelsen





Educational agency







Statens filmgranskningsbyrå elokuvatarkastamo-State





The State's movie central







PUOLUSTUSMINISTERIÖ – FÖRSVARSMINISTERIET





The MINISTRY of DEFENCE







Puolustusvoimat1)-Swedish Armed Forces





The defense







SISÄASIAINMINISTERIÖ – INRIKESMINISTERIET





The MINISTRY of the INTERIOR







Väestörekisterikeskus-Population register Centre





Registered Centre







Keskusrikospoliisi – Centralkriminalpolisen





The Central Criminal Police







Liikkuva poliisi-Rörliga polisen





Central traffic police







Rajavartiolaitos1)-Gränsbevakningsväsendet





Border guard







SOSIAALI-JA TERVEYSMINISTERIÖ





THE MINISTRY OF SOCIAL AFFAIRS AND HEALTH







Työttömyysturvalautakunta – Arbetslöshetsnämnden





Unemployment Board







Tarkastuslautakunta – Prövningsnämnden





Test Board







Lääkelaitos-Medical Products Agency





The Danish Medicines Agency







Terveydenhuollon oikeusturvakeskus-Rättsskyddscentralen för hälsovården





Centre for legal protection in the field of health







Tapaturmavirasto – Olycksfallsverket





Security Agency







Säteilyturvakeskus-Strålsäkerhetscentralen





Radiation safety Centre







TYÖMINISTERIÖ-ARBETSMINISTERIET





The MINISTRY OF LABOUR







Valtakunnansovittelijain toimisto-Riksförlikningsmännens byrå





The conciliation's Office







Vastaanottokeskukset-Statliga förläggningar för turvapaikanhakijoiden State asylsökande





Asylum centres







Työneuvosto-Arbetsrådet in Finland





Labour Council







ULKOASIAINMINISTERIÖ – UTRIKESMINISTERIET





The MINISTRY of FOREIGN AFFAIRS







VALTIOVARAINMINISTERIÖ – FINANSMINISTERIET





The MINISTRY of FINANCE







Valtiontalouden tarkastusvirasto-Statens revisionsverk





The National Audit Office







Valtiokonttori-State Office





State Office







State työmarkkinalaitos-Statens arbetsmarknadsverk





The State labour market Board







Verohallinto – Skatteförvaltningen





Tax administration







Tullilaitos-Customs Office





The Customs Administration







State vakuusrahasto – State guarantee fund





State guarantee fund







YMPÄRISTÖMINISTERIÖ-MILJÖMINISTERIET





The MINISTRY of the ENVIRONMENT





 

 







1)







Non-warlike materials.











Sweden

(A)

Academy in the fria konsterna för

Alcohol inspection

Alkoholsortimentsnämnden

Allmänna pension fund

Allmänna reklamationsnämnd

Embassies

Arbetsdomstolen

Arbetsgivarverk, statens

Arbetslivsfonden

Arbetslivsinstitutet

Arbetsmarknadsstyrelsen

Arbetsmiljöfonden

Arbetsmiljöinstitutet

Arbetsmiljönämnd, statens

Arbetsmiljöverket

Architecture Museum

Arrendenämnder (12)

(B)

Banverket

Barnombudsmannen

Dressing för utvärdering av medicinsk methodology, State

Besvärsnämnden för rättshjälp

Biografbyrå, statens

Biografiskt lexikon, svenskt

Birgittaskolan

Blekinge Institute of technology

Bokföringsnämnden

Bostadskreditnämnd, statens (BKN)

Boverket

Brottsförebyggande Council

Brottsoffermyndigheten

Brottsskadenämnden

Byggforskningsrådet

(C)

Centrala försöksdjursnämnden

Centrala studiestödsnämnden

Centralnämnden för fastighetsdata

(D)

Danshögskolan

Data inspection

För utländska investeringar Sweden delegation, ISA

Departementen

National courts administration

Dramatiska institutet

(E)

Ekeskolan

Ekobrottsmyndigheten

Ekonomistyrningsverket

Elsäkerhetsverket

Energimyndigheten, statens

EU/r & d Council

Exportkreditnämnden

Exportråd, Sweden

(F)

Fastighetsmäklarnämnden

Fastighetsverk, statens

Fideikommissnämnden

Finansinspektionen

Fisheries Board

Flygmedicincentrum

Flygtekniska försöksanstalten

Folkhälsoinstitut, statens

Fonden för fukt-och mögelskador

Research Council, areella näringar och samhällsbyggande environment för, Formas

Fortifikationsverket

Förlikningsmannaexpedition, statens

Försvarets Research Institute

Försvarets administration

Försvarets radio plant

Försvarshistoriska museums, State

Försvarshögskolan

The Swedish armed forces

Försäkringskassorna (21)

(G)

Gentekniknämnden

Geologiska undersökning, Sveriges

The Institute, statens Geotekniska

Poison information centre

Glesbygdsverket

Grafiska institutet och institutet för högre kommunikation-och reklamutbildning

Granskningsnämnden för radio och TV

University of Gothenburg

(H)

Handelsflottans kultur-och fritidsråd

Handelsflottans pension institution

Handikappombudsmannen

Handikappråd, statens

Haverikommission, statens

Swedish museums, State

Hjälpmedelsinstitutet

Hovrätterna (6)

Hyresnämnder (12)

Häktena (30)

Hälso-och sjukvårdens ansvarsnämnd

Högskolan Dalarna

Högskolan in Borås

Högskolan in Gävle

Högskolan in Halmstad

Högskolan i Kalmar

Institute of technology in Karlskrona/Ronneby

Högskolan in kristianstad

Högskolan in Skövde

Högskolan in Trollhättan/Uddevalla

Högskolan on Gotland

Agency for higher education

Högsta domstolen

In

Idrottshögskolan i Stockholm

Inspection för strategiska products

Institut för byggnadsforskning, statens

Institut för ekologisk hållbarhet, statens

Institut för kommunikationsanalys, statens

Institut för miljömedicin, statens psychosocial

Institut för särskilt utbildningsstöd

Institutet för arbetsmarknadspolitisk utvärdering


Institutet för rymdfysik

Institutional Agency, State

Insättnigsgarantinämnden

Integrationsverket

Internationella adoptionsfrågor, Statens nämnd för

Internationella program office för utbildningsområdet

(J)

Jordbruksverk, statens

Justitiekanslern

Jämställdhetsombudsmannen

(K)

Kammarkollegiet

Court of appeal (4)

KARLSTAD University

Karolinska Institutet

Kemikalieinspektionen

Commerce College

Koncessionsnämnden för miljöskydd

Konjunkturinstitutet

The Swedish competition authority

Konstfack

Royal University

Konstmuseer, statens

Konstnärsnämnden

Konstråd, statens

Consulate

The Swedish consumer Agency

Kriminaltekniska laboratorium, statens

Kriminalvårdens regionkanslier (4)

Kriminalvårdsanstalterna (35)

Kriminalvårdsstyrelsen

Kristinaskolan

Kronofogdemyndigheterna (10)

Agenda, State

Kungl. Library

Kungl. Royal University

Kungl. Musikhögskolan

Kungl. Tekniska högskolan

Kustbevakningen

Quality-och kompetensråd, statens

Nuclear Inspectorate, the State

(L)

The Council on legislation

Lantbruksuniveritet, Sweden

Lantmäteriverket

Linköpings University

Livrustkammaren, Skoklosters slott och Hallwylska museet

Food, State

Ljud-och bildarkiv, statens

Lottery inspection

The CAA

Luleå tekniska universitet

Lund University

The medical products agency

Länsarbetsnämnderna (20)

Länsrätterna (23)

Länsstyrelserna (21)

Teachers College in Stockholm

M

Malmö University

Manillaskolan

Marknadsdomstolen

Medlingsinstitutet

Meteorologiska och hydrologiska institut, Sveriges

Swedish Migration

Militärhögskolor

Mitthögskolan

Moderna museet

Museums för världskultur, statens

Musiksamlingar, statens

Myndigheten för kvalificerad yrkesutbildning

Myndigheten för Sveriges nätuniversitet

Most of technology

N

National museum

Nationellt centrum för flexible lärande

Naturhistoriska riksmuseet

Protection Board

Nordiska Afrikainstitutet

Notarienämnden

Nämnden för public upphandling

O

Ombudsmannen mot sexuell läggning grundav discrimination on the

Ombudsmannen mot ethnic discrimination

Operahögskolan in Stockholm

P

Patent-och registreringsverket

Patentbesvärsrätten

Employee pensions Board, State

Person-och adressregisternämnd, statens

Pliktverk, Totalförsvarets

Polar forskningssekretariatet

Polismyndigheter (21)

Post-och telestyrelsen

Premiepensionsmyndigheten

Presstödsnämnden

R

Radio-och TV-verket

Regeringskansliet

The Supreme Administrative Court

Revisorsnämnden

Riksantikvarieämbetet

Riksarkivet

The Riksbank

Parliamentary förvaltningskontor

Parliamentary ombudsmän

Parliamentary Auditors

Riksförsäkringsverket

Riksgäldskontoret

Rikspolisstyrelsen

Riksrevisionsverket

Riksskatteverket

Rikstrafiken

Riksutställningar, Stiftelsen

Riksåklagaren

Rymdstyrelsen

Council för byggnadsforskning, statens

För grundläggande högskoleutbildning Council

Räddningsverk, statens

Legal aid authority

Rättsmedicinalverket

S

Sameskolstyrelsen och sameskolor

Same Ting

Sjöfartsverket

Sjöhistoriska museums, State

Skattemyndigheterna (10)

Skogs Agency

Skolverk, statens

Smittskyddsinstitutet

The National Board of social services

Specialpedagogiska institutet

Specialskolemyndigheten

Språk-och folkminnesinstitutet

Sprängämnesinspektionen

Statens personregisternämnd, SPAR-nämnden

Statistics Sweden

State Office

Stockholm University

Swedish Radiation Protection Institute, the State

För ackreditering och teknisk kontroll Agency

Agency för internationell utvecklingssamarbete, SIDA

För psykologiskt försvar Agency

Svenska institutet

Säkerhetspolisen

Södertörns högskola

T

Talboks-och punktskrifts library

Teaterhögskolan

Tekniska museet, stiftelsen

Tingsrätterna (72)

Tjänsteförslagsnämnden för domstolsväsendet

Totalförsvarets Research Institute

The Transport Minister's Office research

Transport Council

The Customs Office

Tourist delegation

U

Umeå University

Youth Agency

Uppsala University

Utlänningsnämnden

Utsädeskontroll, statens

(V)

Valmyndigheten

VATTEN-och avloppsnämnd, statens

Vattenöverdomstolen

Verket för högskoleservice (VHS)

Verket för innovation systems (VINNOVA)

Verket för näringslivsutveckling (NUTEK)

Research Council

Veterinärmedicinska anstalt, statens

Vägverket

Vänerskolan

Växjö University

Växtsortnämnd, statens

Å

Åklagarmyndigheterna

Åsbackaskolan

Ö

Örebro University

Östervångsskolan

Överbefälhavaren

Överstyrelsen för civil beredskap

The UNITED KINGDOM-





Cabinet Office





 

 



Senior College





 

 



Parliamentary Advisor Office







-





The central information Office







-





Charity Commission







-





The public prosecutor







-





The Commissioners for public properties (only expenses for votes)







-





Customs







-





The Ministry for Culture, media and Sport





 

 



National Library





 

 



The National Museum





 

 



Commission for historical buildings and monuments in England





 

 



War Museum





 

 



Commission for museums and galleries





 

 



The National Gallery





 

 



The national maritime museum





 

 



The National Portrait Gallery





 

 



Natural history museum





 

 



The Royal Commission on historical manuscripts





 

 



The Royal Commission on historical monuments in England





 

 



The Royal Commission for the Arts (England)





 

 



The Science Museum





 

 



Tate-Gallery





 

 



Victoria and Albert Museum





 

 



Wallace collection







-





The Ministry of education and professional qualifications





 

 



The Council for the financing of higher education in England







-





Department for environment, food and Rural Affairs





 

 



The Advisory Committees on agricultural properties





 

 



Boards relating to agricultural land





 

 



The Council and the committees on the wages in agriculture





 

 



Livestock breeding Center





 

 



Landdistriktagenturet





 

 



The Office of plant variety rights





 

 




The Royal Botanical Gardens in Kew





 

 



The Royal Commission for environmental pollution







-





The Ministry of health





 

 



The Central Council of social education





 

 



Dental Council





 

 



The National Council for nurses, midwives and health visitors in England





 

 



The strategic health authorities and administrations under the national health service





 

 



The authority for pricing for prescription drugs





 

 



Laboratory Council under the national health service





 

 



The United Kingdom Central Council for nurses, midwives and health visitors







-





The Ministry of International Development







-





Department for National Savings







-





The Ministry of transport





 

 



The Agency for maritime and coastguard







-





Work and Pensions Ministry





 

 



The Advisory Council relating to invalidity allowance





 

 



The independent Board





 

 



Medical advice and advisory physicians (war pensions)





 

 



The supervisory authority for occupational pensions





 

 



The regional medical management





 

 



The Advisory Committee on social security







-





Chamber Attorney's Office





 

 



Lawyers retssekretariat







-





The Department of trade and industry





 

 



Central transport consultative committees





 

 



Competition Commission





 

 



Electricity committees





 

 



Labour Appeals Tribunal.





 

 



Labour boards





 

 



Gasforbrugerrådet





 

 



The national laboratory for weights and measures





 

 



The Office of manpower economics





 

 



The Patent Office







-





Department of export credit guarantee







-





Foreign and Commonwealth Office





 

 



The Wilton Park Conference Centre







-





The Government's actuary Department







-





The Government's communications headquarters







-





The Ministry of the Interior





 

 



The Boundary Commission for England





 

 



The supervisory authority for the games in the United Kingdom





 

 



Police Inspectorate





 

 



The probation authority and the committees on the renewed judicial review







-





The House of Commons







-





The House of Lords







-





State tax agency







-





The Ministry of Justice





 

 



Local offices and the upper and lower courts as well as the combined courts (England and Wales)





 

 



The combined tax boards





 

 



Councils on board





 

 



The Court of appeal-criminal law





 

 



Boards relating to immigration





 

 



Judges in immigration cases





 

 



The Board of appeal relating to immigration





 

 



Land Board





 

 



Retskommissionen





 

 



Legal aid Fund (England and Wales)





 

 



Social Security Commissioners ' Office





 

 



Pension ankenævnene





 

 



Of the public





 

 



Supreme Court (England and Wales)





 

 



Transport Committee







-






The Ministry of defence





 

 



The Meteorological Office





 

 



Office for defence procurement







-





The National Assembly for Wales





 

 



The Council for the financing of higher education for Wales





 

 



Local government Boundary Commission for Wales





 

 



The Royal Commission on historical monuments in Wales





 

 



Valuation Tribunals (Wales)





 

 



Authorities and administrations under the Welsh health service





 

 



The Welsh rent assessment panels





 

 



The Welsh Council for nurses, midwives and health visitors







-





The National Audit Office







-





The National Agency for investment and loans







-





The Commission for the Northern Ireland Assembly







-





Northern Ireland Court Management





 

 



Coroners courts





 

 



Inferior courts





 

 



The Court of appeal and Supreme Court of Northern Ireland





 

 



The Criminal Court





 

 



Office of enforcement of judgments





 

 



The legal aid Fund





 

 



The district courts





 

 



Pension ankenævnene







-





Northern Ireland, Department for Work and Learning







-





Northern Ireland, the Ministry of Regional development







-





Northern Ireland, the Ministry of Social development







-





Northern Ireland, the Ministry of agriculture and rural development







-





Northern Ireland, Department for culture, arts and Leisure







-





Northern Ireland, The Ministry Of Education







-





Northern Ireland, Department of enterprise, trade and employment







-





Northern Ireland, Department Of The Environment







-





Northern Ireland, the Ministry of finance and Personnel







-





Northern Ireland, Department of health, Social Services and public safety







-





Northern Ireland, the Ministry of Higher and tertiary education, vocational training and employment







-





Northern Ireland first Minister and Deputy First Minister's Office,







-





The Ministry for Northern Ireland





 

 



The public prosecutor's Office





 

 



The public prosecution service for Northern Ireland, Director's Office





 

 



Department of forensic medicine of Northern Ireland





 

 



The electoral body for Northern Ireland





 

 



Northern Ireland police





 

 



The probation authority for Northern Ireland





 

 



State pathological service







-





Office for good business practices







-





The Office for national statistics





 

 



The health service central register





 

 



The Office of the Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration and health Commissioners







-





Deputy over Office





 

 



The rent assessment panels







-





The State budget Office







-





Post Office post business







-





Royal Council







-





The Danish national archives







-





The Royal Commission on historical manuscripts







-





The Royal hospital in Chelsea







-





The Royal Mint







-





The paying agency for rural areas







-





Scotland, the National Audit Office







-






Scotland, the public prosecutor's Office







-





Scotland, the population register







-





Scotland, the Ministry of finance charges







-





Scotland, the Scottish registries







-





The Scottish Office







-





The Scottish Government's corporate services







-





The Scottish Ministry of education





 

 



Scotland's national galleries





 

 



The national library of Scotland





 

 



Scotland's national museums





 

 



The Scottish Council for the financing of higher education







-





The Scottish Development Department







-





The Scottish Ministry of enterprise and lifelong learning







-





The Scottish Ministry of finance







-





The Scottish Department of health





 

 



The local Health Council





 

 



The National Council for nurses, midwives and health visitors in Scotland





 

 



The Scottish Council for postgraduate medical education





 

 



Health authorities and administrations under the Scottish health service







-





The Scottish Ministry of Justice





 

 



Change the Court's administrators





 

 



The High Court





 

 



Superior Court





 

 



Police Inspectorate





 

 



Scotland's land Board





 

 



The probation authority for Scotland and the local committees concerning the renewed judicial review





 

 



Pension Appeals Board





 

 



The Scottish Court on Earth





 

 



The Scottish retskommission





 

 



The district courts





 

 



The Scottish criminal record





 

 



The Scottish criminal police





 

 



The Scottish firefighters training unit





 

 



The Scottish Police College





 

 



Social Security Commissioners ' Office







-





The Scottish Ministry of rural





 

 



Home Commission





 

 



Canoe the Commission





 

 



Panel and to rent assessment committees





 

 



The Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh





 

 



The Royal Commission on historical monuments in Scotland





 

 



The Royal fine art Commission for Scotland







-





Government Secretariat







-





The Scottish Parliament as a legal person







-





The Danish national archives







-





The Ministry of finance







-





The Office of Government Commerce







-





Ministry of Wales (State Secretary Office)













Annex V



LIST of GOODS REFERRED to in article 7 RELATING to PROCUREMENT by the CONTRACTING AUTHORITIES in the FIELD of DEFENCE

1)







 

 





Chapter 25:





Salt, sulfur, Earth and stone, gypsum, lime and cement







Chapter 26:





Ores, slag and ash







Chapter 27:





Mineral fuels, mineral oils and products of their distillation, bituminous substances, mineral waxes





 



with the exception of:





 



ex 27.10: Special mechanical fuel products







Chapter 28:





Inorganic chemicals, inorganic and organic compounds of precious metals, of rare-earth metals, of radioactive elements and of isotopes





 



with the exception of:





 



ex 28.09: explosives





 



ex 28.13: explosives





 



ex 28.14: tear gas





 




ex 28.28: explosives





 



ex 28.32: explosives





 



ex 28.39: explosives





 



ex 28.50: Toxic substances





 



ex 28.51: Toxic substances





 



ex 28.54: explosives







Chapter 29:





Organic chemicals;





 



with the exception of:





 



ex 29.03: explosives





 



ex 29.04: explosives





 



ex July 29.1998: Explosive substances





 



ex 29.08: explosives





 



ex 29.11: explosives





 



ex 29.12: explosives





 



ex 29.13: Toxic substances





 



ex 29.14: Toxic substances





 



ex 29.15: Toxic substances





 



ex 29.21: Toxic substances





 



ex 29.22: Toxic substances





 



ex 29.23: Toxic substances





 



ex 29.26: explosives





 



ex 29.27: Toxic substances





 



ex 29.29: explosives







Chapter 30:





Pharmaceutical products







Chapter 31:





Fertilisers







Chapter 32:





Tanning and dyeing extracts, tannings and their derivatives, dyes, lacquers and paints, Putty and filler, inks, ink and Indian ink







Chapter 33:





Volatile oils and resinoids, perfumery, cosmetic or toilet preparations







Chapter 34:





SOAP, organic surface-active agents, washing and cleaning agents, lubricants, synthetic waxes and prepared waxes, polishing and scouring, light and similar products, modelling pastes and dental wax







Chapter 35:





Proteins, glue and paste, enzymes







Chapter 37:





Products for photographic and cinematographic use







Chapter 38:





Miscellaneous chemical products





 



with the exception of:





 



ex 38.19: Toxic substances







Chapter 39:





Plastic (celluloseethere and cellulose esters, synthetic resins and other plastic substances) and articles made thereof





 



with the exception of:





 



ex 39.03: explosives







Chapter 40:





Natural rubber (rubber), synthetic rubber and facis and articles thereof





 



with the exception of:





 



ex 40.11: car tyres







Chapter 41:





Raw hides and skins and leather







Chapter 42:





Articles of leather, saddlery, travel goods, handbags and similar containers, articles of animal gut







Chapter 43:





Furskins and artificial fur and articles thereof







Chapter 44:





Wood and articles of wood, wood charcoal







Chapter 45:





Cork and articles of Cork







Chapter 46:





Basketwork and other products of plaiting materials







Chapter 47:





Paper-making materials







Chapter 48:





Paper and paperboard, articles of paper pulp, paper and cardboard







Chapter 49:





Books, and other bookshops articles and graphics







Chapter 65:





Headgear and parts thereof







Chapter 66:





Umbrellas, Sun umbrellas, walking sticks, whips and riding-crops and parts thereof







Chapter 67:





Prepared feathers and down and articles made of feathers or of down, artificial flowers, articles of human hair







Chapter 68:





Articles of stone, plaster, cement, asbestos, mica or similar materials







Chapter 69:





Ceramic products







Chapter 70:





Glass and glassware







Chapter 71:





Natural pearls, precious or semi-precious stones, precious metals, metals clad with precious metal, and articles of these materials, imitation jewellery







Chapter 73:





Iron and steel







Chapter 74:





Copper







Chapter 75:





Nickel







Chapter 76:





Aluminum







Chapter 77:





Magnesium and beryllium







Chapter 78:





Lead








Chapter 79:





Zinc







Chapter 80:





Tin







Chapter 81:





Other base metals







Chapter 82:





Tools, implements, cutlery, spoons and forks, of base metal





 



with the exception of:





 



ex 82.05: Tools





 



ex of a kind: Tools, parts







Chapter 83:





Miscellaneous articles of base metal







Chapter 84:





Steam boilers, machinery and mechanical appliances





 



with the exception of:





 



ex 84.06: Engines





 



ex 84.08: Other engines





 



ex 84.45: machinery





 



ex 84.53: automatic data-processing machines





 



ex 84.55: Parts of machines of heading No 84.53





 



ex 84.59: nuclear reactors







Chapter 85:





Electric machines and appliances and electrical equipment and parts thereof





 



with the exception of:





 



ex 85.13: telecommunication equipment





 



ex 85.15: Transmitters







Chapter 86:





Locomotives, wagons and other equipment for railways or tramways, traffic control equipment of all kinds (not electrically)





 



with the exception of:





 



ex 86.02: Armoured electric locomotives





 



ex 86.03: Other armoured locomotives





 



ex 86.05: Armoured wagons





 



ex 86.06: Repair wagons





 



ex 86.07: Carts







Chapter 87:





Vehicles (except for railways and tramways)





 



with the exception of:





 



ex 87.08: Tanks and other armored vehicles





 



ex: 87.01 Tractors





 



ex 87.02: military vehicles





 



ex 87.03: Crane wagons ex 87.09: motorcycles





 



ex 87.14: trailers







Chapter 89:





Ships, boats and floating structures





 



with the exception of:





 



ex 89.01 a: warships







Chapter 90:





Optical, photographic and cinematographic instruments and apparatus, control and precision instruments and measuring devices, medical and surgical instruments and apparatus





 



with the exception of:





 



ex 90.05: Binoculars (binocular)





 



ex 90.13: Miscellaneous instruments, lasers





 



ex 90.14 direction finding: rangefinders





 



ex 90.28: Electrical and electronic measuring instruments





 



ex 90.11 compound: Microscopes





 



ex 90.17: Instruments for medical use





 



ex 90.18: apparatus for mechanotherapy





 



ex 90.19: orthopaedic appliances





 



ex 90.20: X-ray apparatus







Chapter 91:





Watches







Chapter 92:





Musical instruments, sound recording or reproducing apparatus, television image and sound recorders or reproducers, sound reproducing apparatus for television, parts and accessories for the aforesaid instruments and apparatus







Chapter 94:





Furniture, hospital beds, mattresses, mattress supports, cushions and similar





 



with the exception of:





 



ex Nos 94.01 a: Seats







Chapter 95:





Items of carving and casting materials







Chapter 96:





Brooms, brushes, brushes, powder-puffs and sieves







Chapter 98:





Miscellaneous









1) the only list that is valid in relation to this directive, is the one that is in annex 1, point 3 of the agreement.













Annex VI DEFINITION Of CERTAIN TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

For the purposes of this directive 1.





(a))






' technical specification ' in connection with public works contracts: the totality of the technical prescriptions contained in particular in the tender documents, defining the characteristics required of a material, a product or a purchase, and thus these can be described in such a way that they meet the requirements for the use for which the contracting authority has intended them to. These characteristics include environmental performance levels, design for all requirements (including accessibility for disabled people), conformity assessment, performance, safety or dimensions, including the procedures concerning quality assurance, terminology, symbols, testing and test methods, packaging, marking and labelling, as well as production processes and methods. They shall also include rules relating to design and costing, the conditions of test, inspection and acceptance of works and methods or techniques of construction and all other technical conditions which the contracting authority under General or specific regulations, may provide in relation to the finished works and to the materials or parts contained therein





 



(b))





' technical specification ' in the case of public supply or service contracts, a specification contained in a document which lays down the characteristics required of a product or a service, such as URf.eks. quality levels, environmental performance, design for all requirements (including accessibility for disabled people), conformity assessment, performance, use of the product, safety or dimensions, including the requirements that relate to the commercial designation and terminology for the product, symbols, testing and test methods, packaging, marking and labelling, user instructions, production processes and methods and conformity assessment procedures







2.





' standard ' means a technical specification approved by a recognised standardisation body for repeated or continuous application, compliance with which is not compulsory, and which normally fall under one of the following categories:





 



-





international standard: a standard adopted by an international standards organisation, and which is publicly available





 



-





European standard: a standard adopted by a European standards organisation, and which is publicly available





 



-





national standard: a standard adopted by a national standards organisation and which is publicly available







3.





' European technical approval ' shall mean a favourable technical assessment of the fitness for use of a product for a particular purpose, based on the compliance of the product with the essential requirements for building works, by means of the inherent characteristics of the product and the added that apply for its entry into service and use. European approval shall be issued by a body authorised for this purpose by the Member State







4.





' common technical specification ': technical specifications, drawn up in accordance with a procedure approved by the Member States, and which has been published in the official journal of the European Union 5.





' technical reference ': any product from the European standardisation bodies, other than official standards, which are produced in accordance with the procedures established for the development of market needs.













Annex VII Information To Be Included In NOTICES

ANNEX VII A

Information To Be Included In CONTRACT NOTICES NOTICE Of The PUBLICATION Of A PRIOR INFORMATION NOTICE On A Buyer PROFILE



1. The contracting authority's country



2. The contracting authority's name



3. ' buyer profile ' internet address



4. the Reference number (s) of CPV nomenclature



ADVANCE NOTIFICATION



1. Name, address, fax number, and email address of the contracting authority and of the service, which may be obtained in order to get further information, as well as, for service and works contracts, of the offices, URf.eks. the relevant governmental Internet site, where there is available information on the General legislative framework on the place where the contract is to be performed with regard to taxes, environmental protection, safety at work and working conditions.



2. where applicable, indicate that it is a public contract is restricted to sheltered workshops, or if execution is reserved for sheltered employment programmes.



3. In respect of public works contracts: the nature and extent of the place of performance; If, for works contracts, the work is divided into several lots, a brief description of those lots, and how they are included in the total amount of work, the estimated thresholds for the proposed work, reference number (s) of the nomenclature.

In connection with public works contracts: nature and extent or value of the goods to be supplied, nomenclature reference number; reference number (s) of the nomenclature.

In the case of public services contracts: the total planned amount for purchases in each of the categories of services in annex II A; reference number (s) of the nomenclature.



4. Preliminary dates for the implementation of the procurement procedure or procedures in the case of public supply contracts spread over category.



5. If it is a framework agreement, please indicate this.



6. where applicable, the further information.



7. Date of dispatch of the notice or of dispatch of the notice of the publication of this prior information notice on a buyer profile.



8. indication of whether the contract is covered by the WTO agreement.

CONTRACT NOTICE open, restricted, the competitive dialogue, negotiated procedures:







1.





Name, address, telephone number, fax number, and email address of the contracting authority.







2.





Where appropriate, States that it is a public contract is restricted to sheltered workshops, or if execution is reserved for sheltered employment programmes.







3.





(a))





The selected tender form





 



(b))





Where applicable, justification for use of the accelerated procedure (in connection with restricted procedures and negotiated procedures).





 



(c))





If it is a framework agreement, please indicate this.





 



(d))





In the case of a dynamic purchasing system, please indicate this.





 



(e))





Be used, where appropriate, electronic auction (by open, restricted or negotiated procedures in the case referred to in article 30, paragraph 1, point (a))).







4.





Contract type.







5.





Place of performance for building works, place of delivery of goods or the place of supply of services.







6.





(a))





Public works contracts:





 



-






The nature and extent of the general nature of the work. Indication of particular options concerning further work and the tentative schedule for the use of these clauses, if this is available, as well as the number of renewals, if any. If the work or the contract is subdivided into several lots, the size of the different lots; reference number (s) of the nomenclature.





 



-





Statement of work or contract purpose, when design are also covered.





 



-





In the case of framework agreements will be informed also of the framework agreement scheduled maturity, the total estimated value of construction workers for the entire running time as well as, to the extent possible, the value and the frequency of the contracts to be awarded.





 



(b))





Public works contracts:





 



-





The nature of the goods to be supplied, whether obtained deals for the purchase, lease, rental or hire purchase, with or without option to buy, or a combination of these, nomenclature reference number. The quantity of the goods to be supplied, indicating in particular options concerning complementary contracts and the provisional timetable for the use of these clauses, if this exists; clauses as well as the number of renewals, if any, reference number (s) of the nomenclature





 



-





in connection with fixed-term contracts or contracts that can be renewed within a given period, indicate also the timetable for later calls for tenders in connection with public procurement, if this is available





 



-





in the case of framework agreements will be informed also of the framework agreement scheduled maturity, the total estimated value of the goods for the entire running time as well as, to the extent possible, the value and the frequency of the contracts to be awarded.





 



(c))





Public service contracts:





 



-





Category of service and description. Reference number (s) of the nomenclature. The extent of the services to be provided. Indication of particular options concerning further work and the tentative schedule for the use of these clauses, if this is available, as well as the number of renewals, if any. In connection with contracts that can be renewed within a given period, indicate also the timetable for subsequent tenders for public services, if this is available.





 

 



In the case of framework agreements will be informed also of the framework agreement scheduled maturity, the total estimated value of the benefits for the entire running time as well as, to the extent possible, the value and the frequency of the contracts to be awarded





 



-





indication of whether the execution of the service is by law or administrative provision reserved to a particular profession.





 

 



Information on this law or administrative provision





 



-





indication of whether legal persons should indicate the names and professional qualifications of the staff responsible for carrying out the services;







7.





When the contracts are subdivided into lots, indication of whether economic operators have the opportunity to bid on a multiple, and/or for all the lots.







8.





Deadline for compliance or maturity of the public works contract, supply or service contract. If possible, please indicate also the deadline for commencement of construction work, started or completed the delivery of goods or completion of services.







9.





Acceptance or prohibition of variants.







10.





Where appropriate, special conditions for performance of the contract.







11.





In connection with public procurement:





 



(a))





Name, address, telephone number, fax number and e-mail address of the Department to which the request for the contract documents and additional documents can be corrected.





 



(b))





Where appropriate, an indication of deadline for the submission of such requests.





 



(c))





Where appropriate, the amounts and payment terms for the amount to be paid to obtain such documents.







12.





(a))





Final date for receipt of tenders or indicative tenders, when there is talk about the establishment of a dynamic purchasing system (tender).





 



(b))





Last date for receipt of requests to participate (restricted and negotiated procedures).





 



(c))





Address to which they must be sent.





 



(d))





The language or languages in which they must be drawn up.







13.





In connection with public procurement:





 



(a))





Persons authorized to be present at the opening of the tenders.





 



(b))





Date, time and place of the opening.







14.





Where applicable, any deposits and guarantees required.







15.





Main terms concerning financing and payment and/or references to the texts in which they appear.







16.





Where applicable, the legal form, as a grouping of economic operators to whom the contract is awarded, must have.







17.






Selection criteria regarding the personal situation of economic operators that may lead to their exclusion, and the information required as proof that they do not fall within the cases justifying exclusion. Selection criteria and information concerning the economic operator's personal circumstances and the information and formalities necessary for the evaluation of the minimum economic and technical standards required of this must meet. Any specific minimum threshold requirements.







18.





In the context of the framework agreements: the number and, where appropriate, proposed maximum number of economic operators who can participate, framework contract, possibly with justification of a duration exceeding four years.







19.





In the context of the competitive dialogue and negotiated procedures with publication of a contract notice must be informed, where appropriate, that there is a procedure that takes place in several stages in order gradually to reduce the number of solutions to be discussed, or the offers to be negotiated.







20.





In the context of a restricted procedure, competitive dialogue and negotiated procedures with publication of a contract notice, when use is made of the possibility of limiting the number of candidates invited to tender, to the dialogue or to negotiate: minimum and, if appropriate, largest number of desired candidates and objective criteria to the selection of this number of applicants.







21.





Period during which the tenderer is bound to keep open his tender (open procedures).







22.





Where appropriate, the names and addresses of the economic operators already selected by the contracting authority (negotiated procedures).







23.





Criteria referred to in article 6. Article 53, which will be taken into account when the award of the contract: ' lowest price ' or ' most economically advantageous tender '. Criteria for the selection of the most economically advantageous tender as well as their weighting shall be indicated when they do not appear in the contract documents, or competitive dialogue of the descriptive document.







24.





Name and address of the body responsible for appeal and, where appropriate, mediation procedures. Indication of the time limits for lodging appeals, or, where appropriate, name, address, telephone number, fax number and e-mail address of the service, which may be obtained in order to get this information.







25.





Date of publication of the prior information notice in accordance with the technical specifications laid down in annex VIII or statement that is not published in advance notice.







26.





Date of dispatch of the notice.







27.





Indication of whether the contract is covered by the WTO agreement.











SIMPLIFIED CONTRACT NOTICE WITHIN a DYNAMIC PURCHASING SYSTEM 1. The contracting authority's country.



2. The contracting authority's name, and email address.



3. Repetition of the tender notice in the dynamic purchasing system.



4. The email address from which the contract documents and additional documents relating to the dynamic purchasing system are available.



5. Object of the contract: description by numbers that refer to the CPV nomenclature and quantity or extent of the contract to be awarded.



6. deadline for the submission of the indicative tender.







 

 







NOTICE ON CONTRACTS AWARDED









1.





The name and address of the contracting authority.







2.





The selected tender form. By negotiated procedure without prior notice (article 28), justification.







3.





Public works contracts: the nature and extent of the General description of the work.





 



Public works contracts: nature and quantity of the products delivered and, where appropriate, the supplier; nomenclature reference number.





 



Public service contracts: category and description of the service; reference number of the nomenclature; the purchased services scope.







4.





Date of conclusion of the contract.







5.





Criteria for the award of the contract.







6.





Number of received offers.







7.





The selected companies name and address.







8.





Paid price or price range (minimum/maximum).







9.





The value of the accepted offer or of the highest and the lowest offer taken into account in the award of the contract.







10.





If so, what proportion of the contract likely to be subcontracted, as well as the value of this share.







11.





Date of publication of the tender notice in accordance with the technical specifications set out in annex VIII.







12.





Date of dispatch of this notice.







13.





Name and address of the body responsible for review procedures and the possible mediation. Indication of the time limits for lodging appeals, or, where appropriate, name, address, telephone number, fax number and e-mail address of the service, which may be obtained in order to get this information.











ANNEX VII B

Information to be included in the NOTICE of the CONCESSION of public works 1.





Name, address, fax number, and email address of the contracting authority







2.





(a))





Place of performance





 



(b))





Work covered by the concession contract; the nature and extent of the







3.





(a))





Deadline for submission of applications





 



(b))





Address to which they must be sent





 



(c))






The language or languages in which they must be drawn up in







4.





Personal, technical and financial conditions under which candidates must meet







5.





Criteria that will be taken into account for the award of the contract







6.





Where applicable, the percentage of the work, which at least must be entrusted a third party







7.





Date of dispatch of the notice







8.





Name and address of the body responsible for review procedures and the possible mediation. Indication of the time limits for lodging appeals, or, where appropriate, name, address, telephone number, fax number and e-mail address of the service, which may be obtained in order to get this information.











ANNEX VII C

Information to be included in the CONCESSION HOLDER NOTICES of works contracts, where THIS is NOT a CONTRACTING AUTHORITY 1.





(a))





Place of performance





 



(b))





The nature and extent of the General description of the work







2.





Any time limit for the execution







3.





Name and address of the Organization, where tender documents and further information may be requested







4.





(a))





Deadlines for receipt of applications to participate and/or the receipt of tenders





 



(b))





Address to which they must be sent





 



(c))





The language or languages in which they must be drawn up in







5.





The possible obligation of guarantee and guarantee waiver







6.





Economic and technical conditions, the contractor shall comply







7.





Criteria that will be taken into account for the award of the contract







8.





Date of dispatch of the notice.











ANNEX VII D

INFORMATION WHICH MUST APPEAR IN DESIGN CONTEST NOTICES ABOUT SERVICES

DESIGN CONTEST NOTICE 1. Name, address, fax number, and email address of the contracting authority and of the service, which may be obtained for further information



2. Project description



3. Type of contest: open or closed



4. In the case of an open competition: deadline for submission of projects



5. In the case of a closed competition:



(a) the envisaged number of participants)



(b)) any name of previously selected participants



c) criteria for the selection of participants



d) the closing date for applications for participation



6. Where applicable, indication of whether participation is restricted to a specific profession



7. Criteria that will be taken into account for the assessment of projects



8. Any name of persons who are appointed members of the selection Committee



9. indication of whether the contracting authority is bound by the decision of the selection board



10. Where appropriate, information on the nature and value of the premiums



11. Where applicable, details of the amounts paid to all participants



12. indication of whether the contracts awarded on the basis of the contest, will go to the winner or winners of the contest



13. Date of dispatch of the notice.

ANNOUNCEMENT of the RESULTS of a DESIGN CONTEST 1. Name, address, fax number, and email address of the contracting authority



2. Project description



3. Total number of participants



4. Number of foreign participants



5. Winner (s)



6. any prize (s)



7. Reference to the notice of the competition



8. Date of dispatch of the notice.



Annex VIII FEATURES CONCERNING PUBLICATION

1. The publication of contract notices a), the contracting authorities shall send the notices referred to in articles 35, 58, 64 and 69, to the Office for official publications of the European communities in the format required by Commission Directive 2001/78/EC of 13. September 2001 on the use of standard forms for the publication of public contract notices. 27) in article 35, paragraph 1, referred to in the first subparagraph prior information notices, to be published on a buyer profile, in accordance with article 3. point 2 (b)), must also be in this format, and the same applies to the notice of the publication.



b) notices referred to in articles 35, 58, 64 and 69 are published by the Office for official publications of the European communities or by the contracting authorities, in the case of a prior information notice on a buyer profile, in accordance with article 3. Article 35, paragraph 1, first subparagraph. In addition, contracting authorities may publish this information on the Internet in the form of a ' buyer profile ', see. point 2 (b)).



(c)) the Office for official publications of the European Communities shall send to the contracting authority the confirmation referred to in article 36, paragraph 8 referred to publication.

2. publication of supplementary information a) contracting authorities are encouraged to publish the specifications and all additional documents on the Internet.



b) the buyer profile may include in article 35, paragraph 1, first subparagraph, prior information notices, information on ongoing invitations to tender, scheduled purchases, free contracts and canceled procedures, as well as other information of general interest such as contact people, telephone and fax numbers, mailing address and e-mail address.

3. Format and rules for the electronic transmission of notices

The format and the rules for the electronic transmission of notices is available at the internet address ' http://simap.eu.int '.



Annex IX REGISTRE28)

ANNEX IX A

PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACTS

Relevant professional registers and declarations and certificates for each Member State:-in Belgium: ' Registre du Commerce '/' commercial register '



-in Denmark: ' the Danish Commerce and companies agency '



-in Germany: ' Handelsregister ' and ' Handwerksrolle ',



– in Greece» register of contracting enterprises ' (' Εργοληπτικών Επιχειρήσεων ' ητρώο-ΜΕΕΠ?) under the Ministry of Miljψ, Physical planning and public works (ΥΠΣΧΩΛΕ)



in Spain: ' Registro Oficial – de Empresas Clasificadas del Ministerio de Hacienda '



— in France: ' Registre du commerce et des sociétés "and" Répertoire des métiers ',



— in Ireland: the Registrar of Companies or the Registrar of Friendly Societies '. A contractor who is not registered, may be requested to provide a certificate stating that the person concerned has declared on oath that he is engaged in the profession in question in the country in which he is established, in a specific place and under a given business name



– Italy: ' Registro della in Camera di commercio, industria, agricoltura e artigianato ',



— in Luxembourg: ' Registre aux firmes ' and ' Rôle de la Chambre des métiers ',



-in the Netherlands: ' Handelsregister ',



— in Austria:» Firmenbuch, Gewerberegister ' ' and ' ' Mitgliederverzeichnisse der Landeskammern mern '



-in Portugal:» Instituto dos Mercados de Obras Públicas e Particulares e do Imobiliário (IMOPPI) ' '



-in Finland:» Kaupparekisteri '/' Handelsregistret ',



— in Sweden:» aktiebolags-, handels-or föreningsregistren '.




– in the United Kingdom: the Registrar of Companies. A contractor who is not registered, may be requested to provide a certificate stating that the person in question under oath præciceres has stated that he engaged in the profession in question in the country in which he is established, in a specific place and under a given business name.

ANNEX IX B

PUBLIC SUPPLY CONTRACTS

The relevant professional and trade registers registers and declarations and certificates are:-in Belgium: ' Registre du commerce '/' commercial register '



-in Denmark: ' the Danish Commerce and companies agency '



-in Germany: ' Handelsregister ' and ' Handwerksrolle ',



-in Greece: ιοτεχνικό ή Εμπορικό ή Βιομηχανικό»? Επιμελητήριο '



-in Spain: For companies, registration in ' Registro Mercantil ' or in a corresponding directory depending on the characteristics of the company concerned



— in France: ' Registre du commerce et des sociétés "and" Répertoire des métiers ',



— in Ireland: a contractor established in Ireland are regarded as being registered in a trade or professional register, when it is certified by the Registrar of Companies or the Registrar of Friendly Societies '. A contractor who is not registered, may be requested to provide a certificate stating that the person concerned has declared on oath that he is engaged in the profession in question in the country in which he is established, in a specific place and under a given business name



– Italy: ' Registro della in Camera di commercio, industria, agricoltura e artigianato ' Registro delle Commissioni provinciali per and ' l'artigianato '



— in Luxembourg: ' Registre aux firmes ' and ' Rôle de la chambre des métiers ',



-in the Netherlands: ' Handelsregister ',



— in Austria:» Firmenbuch, Gewerberegister ' ' and ' ' Mitgliederverzeichnisse der Landeskammern mern '



-in Portugal: ' Registro Nacional das Pessoas Colectivas ',



-in Finland:» Kaupparekisteri '/' Handelsregistret ',



— in Sweden:» aktiebolags-, handels-or föreningsregistren '.



– in the United Kingdom: a contractor established in the United Kingdom is regarded as being registered in a trade or professional register, when it is certified by the Registrar of Companies. A contractor who is not registered, may be requested to provide a certificate stating that the person concerned has declared on oath that he is engaged in the profession in question in the country in which he is established, in a specific place and under a given business name.

ANNEX IX C

PUBLIC SERVICE CONTRACTS

The relevant professional and trade registers registers and declarations and certificates are:-in Belgium: ' Registre du commerce '/' trade ' and ' Ordres professionels/Beroepsorden '»



-in Denmark: ' the Danish Commerce and companies agency '



-in Germany: ' Handelsregister ' and ' Handwerksrolle ', ' Vereinsregister "," Partnerschaftsregister "and" Mitgliedsverzeichnisse der Berufskammern der Länder "'



– in Greece may be of service providers required for a notary public under oath declared on the exercise of the profession in question in the cases provided for in the applicable national legislation for services relating to the studies referred to in annex Il?, business register» Μητρώο Μελετητών "and" Μητρώο Γραφείων Μελετών '



in Spain: ' Registro Oficial – de Empresas Clasificadas del Ministerio de Hacienda '



— in France: ' Registre du commerce et des sociétés "and" Répertoire des métiers ',



— in Ireland: the Registrar of Companies or the Registrar of Friendly Societies '. A contractor who is not registered may be requested to provide a certificate stating that the person concerned has declared on oath that he is engaged in the profession in question in the country in which he is established, in a specific place and under a given business name



– Italy: ' Registro della in Camera di commercio, industria, agricoltura e artigianato ' Registro delle commissioni provinciali per ' l'artigianato Consiglio nazionale degli ordini ' or ' professionali '



— in Luxembourg: ' Registre aux firmes ' and ' Rôle de la Chambre des métiers ',



-in the Netherlands: ' Handelsregister ',



— in Austria:» Firmenbuch, Gewerberegister ' ' and ' ' Mitgliederverzeichnisse der Landeskammern mern '



-in Portugal: ' Registro nacional das Pessoas Colectivas ',



-in Finland:» Kaupparekisteri '/' Handelsregistret ',



— in Sweden:» aktiebolags-, handels-or föreningsregistren '.



– in the United Kingdom: the Registrar of Companies. A contractor who is not registered, may be requested to provide a certificate stating that the person in question under oath præciceres has stated that he engaged in the profession in question in the country in which he is established, in a specific place and under a given business name.



Annex X REQUIREMENTS To DEVICES For The ELECTRONIC RECEIPT Of Tenders, Requests For PARTICIPATION Or Of PLANS And PROJECTS In Contests

Devices for the electronic receipt of tenders, requests to participate and plans and projects by technical means and appropriate procedures must at least ensure the following: (a) electronic signatures relating to deals), requests to participate and the forwarding of plans and projects comply with national provisions pursuant to Directive 1999/93/EC



(b)) the exact time and the exact date for the receipt of tenders, requests to participate and plans and projects can be determined with certainty



(c)) it can reasonably be taken to ensure that no one can get access to information, which is submitted in accordance with these requirements before the expiry of the time-limits laid down



(d)) it can by violation of this ban could reasonably be ensured that the infringement is clearly detectable



e) only authorised persons may set or change the dates for opening data received



f) at the various stages of the procedure for the award of the contract or the different competition stages may only authorised persons acting together, get access to all or part of the information you provide us



(g)) the authorised persons acting together, can only get access to the information submitted after the date referred to



h) information, which is received and opened in accordance with the existing requirements, are available only to persons who are authorized to get knowledge of it.



Annex XI deadlines for transposition and application (article 80) Directive





Deadlines for transposition and application







92/50/EEC (OJ L 209 of 24.7.1992, p. 1)

Austria, Finland, Sweden (*) 1. July 1993

1 January 1995







93/36/EEC (OJ L 199 of 9.8.1993, p. 1)

Austria, Finland, Sweden (*) 13. June 1994

1 January 1995







93/37/EEC (OJ L 199 of 9.8.1993, p. 54)

codification of directives:

-71/305/EEC (OJ L 185 of 16.8.1971, p. 5)



 





-EC with 6 Member States

-DK, IRL, UK

-Greece

-Spain, Portugal

-Austria, Finland, Sweden (*)-89/440/EEC (OJ L 210 of 21.7.1989, p. 1):

-EC with 9 Member States

-Greece, Spain, Portugal

-Austria, Finland, Sweden (*) 30. July 1972

1 January 1973

1 January 1981

1 January 1986

1 January 1995

July 13, 1990

1 March 1992

1 January 1995







97/52/EC (OJ L 328 of 28.11.1997, p. 1)





October 13, 1998









(*) EEA: 1 January 1994.













Annex XII



CORRELATION TABLE

1)







 

 

 

 

 

 





The present

Directive





Directive

93/37/EEC






Directive

93/36/EEC





Directive

92/50/EEC





Other

acts



 





Article 1, paragraph 1





Article 1, first line, adapted





Article 1, first line, adapted





Article 1, first line, adapted



 

 





Article 1, paragraph 2, point (a))





Article 1, point (a)), first part of sentence





Article 1, point (a)), the first and last part of the sentence





Article 1, point (a))



 



Changed







Article 1, paragraph 2 (b))





Article 1, point (a)) and (c)), adapted



 

 

 

 





Article 1, paragraph 2 (c)), first subparagraph



 



Article 1, point (a)), the second part of the first and second sentence, adapted



 

 

 





Article 1, paragraph 2 (c)), second subparagraph



 



Article 1, point a), adapted



 

 

 





Article 1, paragraph 2 (c)), first subparagraph



 

 

 

 



New







Article 1, paragraph 2 (c)), second subparagraph



 

 



Article 2, adapted



 

 





Article 1, paragraph 2, point (d)) the third subparagraph of



 

 



Recital 16, adapted



 

 





Article 1, paragraph 3





Article 1, subparagraph (d))



 

 

 

 





Article 1, paragraph 4



 

 

 

 



New







Article 1, paragraph 5



 

 

 

 



New







Article 1, paragraph 6



 

 

 

 



New







Article 1, paragraph 7



 

 

 

 



New







Article 1, paragraph 8, first subparagraph



 

 



Article 1, point (c)), first sentence, adapted



 

 





Article 1, paragraph 8, second subparagraph



 

 

 

 



New







Article 1, paragraph 8, third subparagraph





Article 1 (h))





Article 1, point (c))





Article 1, point (c)), the second sentence of



 



Changed







Article 1, paragraph 9





Article 1, point b), adapted





Article 1, point b), adapted





Article 1, point b), adapted



 

 





Article 1, paragraph 10



 

 

 

 



New







Article 1, paragraph 11, first subparagraph





Article 1, point (e)), adapted





Article 1, subparagraph (d)), adapted





Article 1, subparagraph (d)), adapted



 

 





Article 1, paragraph 11, second subparagraph





Article 1, subparagraph (f)), adapted





Article 1, point (e)), adapted





Article 1, point (e)), adapted



 

 





Article 1, paragraph 11, third subparagraph



 

 

 

 



New







Article 1, paragraph 11, fourth subparagraph





Article 1, subparagraph (g)), adapted





Article 1, subparagraph (f)), adapted





Article 1, subparagraph (f)), adapted



 

 





Article 1, paragraph 11, fifth subparagraph



 

 



Article 1, subparagraph (g)), adapted



 

 





Article 1, paragraph 12



 

 

 

 



New







Article 1, paragraph 13



 

 

 

 



New







Article 1, paragraph 14



 

 

 

 



New







Article 1, paragraph 15



 

 

 

 



New







Article 2





Article 6, paragraph 6





Article 5, paragraph 7





Article 3, paragraph 2



 



Changed







Article 3



 



Article 2, paragraph 2




 

 

 





Article 4, paragraph 1





New





New





Article 26, paragraphs 2 and 3, adapted



 

 





Article 4, paragraph 2





Article 21, as amended





Article 18, adapted





Article 26, paragraph 1, as amended



 

 





Article 5





Article 33a, adapted





Article 28, changed





Article 38a adapted



 

 





Article 6



 



Article 15, paragraph 2



 

 



Changed







Article 7) (a) and (b))



 



Article 5, paragraph 1, point a), adapted





Article 7, paragraph 1, point a), adapted



 

 





Article 7 (c))





Article 6, paragraph 1, point a), adapted



 

 

 

 





Article 8





Article 2 and article 6, paragraph 1 (c)), adapted



 



Article 3, paragraph 3, and article 7, paragraph 1, point a), adapted



 

 





Article 9, paragraph 1, first subparagraph



 



Article 5, paragraph 5





Article 7, paragraphs 2 and 7



 



Changed







Article 9, paragraph 1, second subparagraph



 

 

 

 



New







Article 9, paragraph 2



 



Article 5, paragraph 1 (b))



 

 



New







Article 9, paragraph 3





Article 6, paragraph 4





Article 5, paragraph 6





Article 7, paragraph 3, second sentence



 

 





Article 9, paragraph 4





Article 6, paragraph 5, adapted



 

 

 

 





Article 9, paragraph 5 (a))





Article 6, paragraph 3, adapted





-





Article 7, paragraph 4, third subparagraph, adapted



 

 





Article 9, paragraph 5 (b))





-





Article 5, paragraph 4





-



 



Changed







Article 9, paragraph 6





-





Article 5, paragraph 2





-



 

 





Article 9, paragraph 7





-





Article 5, paragraph 3





Article 7, paragraph 6



 

 





Article 9, paragraph 8 (a))





-





-





Article 7, paragraph 4,



 



Changed







Article 9, paragraph 8 (b))





-





-





Article 7, paragraph 5,



 



Changed







Article 9 (9)





-





-





-



 



New







Article 10





New





Article 3 adapted





Article 4, paragraph 1, adapted



 

 





Article 11





-





-





-



 



New







Article 12





Article 4 (a))





Article 2, point (a))





Article 1, point (a)) No. (ii))



 



Changed







Article 13





-





-





-



 



New







Article 14





Article 4, point (b))





Article 2, paragraph 1 (b))





Article 4, paragraph 2



 

 





Article 15 (a))





Article 5 (a)) adapted





Article 4 (a)) adapted





Article 5 (a)) adapted



 

 





Article 15) (b) and (c))






Article 5 (b)) and (c))





Article 4, point (b)) and (c))





Article 5 (b)) and (c))



 

 





Article 16





-





-





Article 1, point (a)), (iii)) to (ix)), adapted



 

 





Article 17





-





-





-



 



New







Article 18





-





-





Article 6



 



Changed







Article 19





-





-





-



 



New







Article 20





-





-





Article 8



 

 





Article 21



 

 



Article 9



 

 





Article 22





-





-





Article 10



 

 





Article 23





Article 10





Article 8





Article 14



 



Changed







Article 24, paragraphs 1 to 4, first subparagraph





Article 19





Article 16, paragraph 1,





Article 24, paragraph 1



 



Changed







Article 24, paragraph 4, second subparagraph





-





Article 16, paragraph 2, adapted





Article 24, paragraph 2, adapted



 

 





Article 25, paragraph 1





Article 20, paragraph 1





Article 17, paragraph 1





Article 25, paragraph 1



 



Changed







Article 25, paragraph 2





Article 20, paragraph 2





Article 17, paragraph 2





Article 25, paragraph 2



 

 





Article 26





-





-





-



 



New







Article 27, paragraph 1





Article 23, paragraph 1





-





Article 28, paragraph 1



 



Changed







Article 27, paragraphs 2 and 3





Article 23, paragraph 2





-





Article 28, paragraph 2



 

 





Article 28, paragraph 1





Article 7, paragraph 1, adapted





Article 6, paragraph 1, adapted





Article 11, paragraph 1, adapted



 

 





Article 28, paragraph 2





Article 7, paragraph 4





Article 6, paragraph 4





Article 11, paragraph 4



 



Changed







Article 29





-





-





-



 



New







Article 30, paragraph 1, point (a))





Article 7, paragraph 2, point (a))





Article 6, paragraph 2





Article 11, paragraph 2 (a))



 

 





Article 30, paragraph 1 (b))





Article 7, paragraph 2 (c))





New





Article 11, paragraph 2 (b))



 

 





Article 30, paragraph 1 (c))



 



-





Article 11, paragraph 2 (c))



 

 





Article 30, paragraph 1 (d))





Article 7, paragraph 2 (b))





-





-



 

 





Article 30, paragraphs 2, 3 and 4





-





-





-



 



New







Article 31) (1) (a))





Article 7, paragraph 3 (a))





Article 6, paragraph 3, subparagraph (a))






Article 11, paragraph 3, subparagraph (a))



 

 





Article 31) (1) (b))





Article 7, paragraph 3 (b))





Article 6, paragraph 3, point (c))





Article 11, paragraph 3 (b))



 

 





Article 31) (1) (c))





Article 7, paragraph 3, point (c))





Article 6, paragraph 3, subparagraph (d))





Article 11, paragraph 3, subparagraph (d))



 

 





Article 31) (2) (a))





-





Article 6, paragraph 3 (b))





-



 

 





Article 31) (2) (b))





-





Article 6, paragraph 3, point (e))





-



 

 





Article 31) (2) (c)





-





New





-



 

 





Article 31) (2) (d))





-





New





-



 

 





Article 31) (3)





-





-





Article 11, paragraph 3, point (c))



 

 





Article 31) (4) (a))





Article 7, paragraph 3, subparagraph (d))





-





Article 11, paragraph 3, point (e))



 

 





Article 31) (4) (b)





Article 7, paragraph 3, point (e))





-





Article 11, paragraph 3, subparagraph (f))



 

 





Article 32





-





-





-



 



New







Article 33





-





-





-



 



New







Article 34 (1) and (2)





Article 9, paragraphs 1 and 2





-





-



 

 





Article 34, paragraph 3





Article 9, paragraph 3



 

 

 



Changed







Article 35, paragraph 1, first subparagraph, point (a)), first subparagraph





-





Article 9, paragraph 1, first subparagraph





-



 

 





Article 35, paragraph 1, first subparagraph, point (a)), the second of the average





-





Article 9, paragraph 1, second subparagraph, first sentence





-



 



Changed







Article 35, paragraph 1, first subparagraph, point (b))





-





-





Article 15, paragraph 1



 

 





Article 35, paragraph 1, first subparagraph, point (c))





Article 11, paragraph 1





-





-



 

 





Article 35, paragraph 1, second subparagraph





-





Article 9, paragraph 5, second subparagraph





Article 17, paragraph 2, second subparagraph



 



Changed







Article 35, paragraph 1, third subparagraph





Article 11, paragraph 7, second subparagraph





-





-



 



Changed







Article 35, paragraph 1, fourth, fifth and sixth subparagraphs





-





-





-



 



New







Article 35, paragraph 2





Article 11, paragraph 2





Article 9, paragraph 2





Article 15, paragraph 2



 



Changed







Article 35, paragraph 3





-





-





-



 



New







Article 35, paragraph 4, first subparagraph





Article 11, paragraph 5, first sentence





Article 9, paragraph 3, first sentence





Article 16, paragraph 1



 



Changed







Article 35, paragraph 4, second and third subparagraphs






-





-





-



 



New







Article 35, paragraph 4, fourth subparagraph



 

 



Article 16, paragraph 3 and 4



 

 





Article 35, paragraph 4, fifth subparagraph





Article 11, paragraph 5, second sentence





Article 9, paragraph 3, second sentence





Article 16, paragraph 5



 



Changed







Article 36, paragraph 1





Article 11, paragraph 6, first subparagraph, adapted





Article 9, paragraph 4, first sentence, adapted





Article 17, paragraph 1, first sentence, adapted



 

 





Article 36, paragraph 2, first subparagraph





Article 11, paragraph 7, first sentence





Article 9, paragraph 5, first subparagraph





Article 17, paragraph 2, first subparagraph



 



Changed







Article 36, paragraph 2, second subparagraph





-





-





-



 



New







Article 36, paragraph 3





Article 11, paragraph 10





Article 9, paragraph 8





Article 17, paragraph 5



 



Changed







Article 36, paragraph 4





Article 11, paragraph 8 and 13





Article 9, paragraph 6 and 11





Article 17, paragraphs 4 and 8



 



Changed







Article 36, paragraph 5





Article 11, paragraph 11, adapted





Article 9, paragraph 9, adapted





Article 17, paragraph 6, adapted



 

 





Article 36, paragraph 6





Article 11, paragraph 13, second sentence





Article 9, paragraph 11, second sentence





Article 17, paragraph 8, second sentence



 



Changed







Article 36, paragraph 7, first subparagraph





Article 11, paragraph 12





Article 9, paragraph 10





Article 17, paragraph 7



 

 





Article 36, paragraph 7, second subparagraph





-





-





-



 



New







Article 37





Article 17





Article 13





Article 21



 



Changed







Article 38, paragraph 1





-





-





-



 



New







Article 38, paragraph 2





Article 12, paragraph 2, adapted





Article 10, paragraph 1, adapted





Article 18, paragraph 1, adapted



 

 





Article 38, paragraph 3





Article 13, paragraphs 1 and 3, adapted





Article 11, paragraphs 1 and 3, adapted





Article 19, paragraphs 1 and 3, adapted



 



Changed







Article 38, paragraph 4





Article 12, paragraph 2, and article 13, paragraph 4, adapted





Article 10, paragraph 1 bis and article 11, paragraph 3a, adapted





Article 18, paragraph 2 and article 19, paragraph 4, adapted



 

 





Article 38, paragraphs 5 and 6





-





-





-



 



New







Article 38, paragraph 7





Article 12, paragraph 5





Article 10, paragraph 4





Article 18, paragraph 5



 



Changed







Article 38, paragraph 8





Article 14, paragraph 1





Article 12, paragraph 1





Article 20, paragraph 1



 



Changed







Article 39





Article 12, paragraphs 3 and 4, article 13, paragraph 6, and article 14, paragraph 2, adapted





Article 10, paragraphs 2 and 3, article 11, paragraph 5, and article 12, paragraph 2, adapted





Article 18, paragraphs 3 and 4, article 19, paragraph 6, and article 20, paragraph 2, adapted



 

 





Article 40





Article 13, paragraph 2, and article 14, paragraph 3





Article 11, paragraph 2, and article 12, paragraph 3





Article 19, paragraph 2, and article 20, paragraph 3



 



Changed








Article 41, paragraph 1





Article 8, paragraph 2, first sentence, adapted





Article 7, paragraph 2, first sentence, adapted





Article 12, paragraph 2, first sentence, adapted



 

 





Article 41, paragraph 2





Article 8, paragraph 1, first subparagraph, adapted





Article 7, paragraph 1, first subparagraph, adapted





Article 12, paragraph 1, first subparagraph, adapted



 

 





Article 41, paragraph 3





Article 8, paragraph 1, second subparagraph, adapted





Article 7, paragraph 1, second subparagraph, adapted





Article 12, paragraph 1, second subparagraph, adapted



 

 



 



Article 8, paragraph 2, last sentence





Article 7, paragraph 2, last sentence





Article 12, paragraph 2, last sentence



 



Lifted







Article 42, paragraph 1, 3 and 6





Article 13, paragraph 5, and article 18, paragraph 2





Article 11, paragraph 4, and article 15, paragraph 3





Article 19, paragraph 5, and article 23, paragraph 2



 



Changed







Article 42, paragraphs 2, 4 and 5





-





-





-



 



New







Article 43





Article 8, paragraph 3





Article 7, paragraph 3





Article 12, paragraph 3



 



Changed







Article 44, paragraph 1





Article 18, paragraph 1, adapted





Article 15, paragraph 1, adapted





Article 23, paragraph 1, adapted



 



Changed







Article 44, paragraph 2





-





-





-



 



New







Article 44, paragraph 3





Article 22





Article 23, paragraph 3





Article 32, paragraph 4



 



Changed







Article 44, paragraph 4





-





-





-



 



New







Article 45, paragraph 1





-





-





-



 



New







Article 45, paragraph 2, first subparagraph





Article 24, paragraph 1, adapted





Article 20, paragraph 1, adapted





Article 29, paragraph 1, adapted



 

 





Article 45, paragraph 2, second subparagraph





-





-





-



 



New







Article 45, paragraph 3





Article 24, paragraphs 2 and 3, adapted





Article 20, paragraphs 2 and 3, adapted





Article 29, paragraphs 2 and 3, adapted



 

 





Article 45, paragraph 4





Article 24, paragraph 4





Article 20, paragraph 4





Article 29, paragraph 4



 



Changed







Article 46, first paragraph





Article 25, first sentence amended





Article 21, paragraph 1 and paragraph 2, first sentence, adapted





Article 30, paragraphs 1 and 3, first sentence, adapted



 

 





Article 46, second paragraph





-





-





Article 30, paragraph 2



 

 





Article 47, paragraph 1, point (a)) and (b))





Article 26, paragraph 1, point (a)) and (b)), adapted





Article 22, paragraph 1, point (a)) and (b)), adapted





Article 31, paragraph 1, point (a)) and (b)), adapted



 

 





Article 47, paragraph 1, point (c))





Article 26, paragraph 1 (c))





Article 22, paragraph 1 (c))





Article 31, paragraph 1 (c))



 



Changed







Article 47, paragraphs 2 and 3





-





-





-



 



New







Article 47, paragraph 4 and 5





Article 26, paragraphs 2 and 3, adapted





Article 22, paragraphs 2 and 3, adapted






Article 31, paragraphs 2 and 3, adapted



 



Changed







Article 48, paragraph 1 and paragraph 2, subparagraphs (a) to (e))) and g to j





Article 27, paragraph 1, adapted





Article 23, paragraph 1, adapted





Article 32, paragraph 2, adapted



 

 





Article 48, paragraph 2, subparagraph (f))





-



 



-



 



New







Article 48, paragraph 3 and 4





-





-





-



 



New







Article 48, paragraph 5





New





New





Article 32, paragraph 1, adapted



 

 





Article 48, paragraph 6





Article 27, paragraph 2





Article 23, paragraph 2





Article 32, paragraph 3



 

 





Article 49





New





New





Article 33



 



Changed







Article 50





-





-





-



 



New







Article 51





Article 28





Article 24





Article 34



 

 





Article 52





Article 29





Article 25





Article 35



 



Changed







Article 53, paragraph 1





Article 30, paragraph 1, adapted





Article 26, paragraph 1, adapted





Article 36, paragraph 1, adapted



 

 





Article 53, paragraph 2





Article 30, paragraph 2





Article 26, paragraph 2





Article 36, paragraph 2



 



Changed





 



Article 30, paragraph 3





-





-



 



Lifted







Article 54





-





-





-



 



New







Article 55





Article 30, paragraph 4, first and second subparagraphs





Article 27(2), first and second subparagraphs





Article 37, first and second subparagraphs



 



Changed







-





Article 30, paragraph 4, third subparagraph





Article 27, third paragraph





Article 37, third subparagraph



 



Lifted







-





Article 30, paragraph 4, fourth subparagraph





-





-



 



Lifted







-





Article 31





-





-



 



Lifted







-





Article 32





-





-



 



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Article 56





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1) the term ' adapted ' indicates that the text has been changed, but the changes do not concern the text of the directives is lifted. Changes regarding the scope of the provisions of the directives are repealed, is denoted by the term ' amended '. The latter designation appears in the last column, when the amendment concerns the provisions of the three repealed directives. When the change concerns only one or two of these directives, the term ' amended ' appears in the column for the relevant directives.













Annex 2 Annex VIII is replaced by the following:

CHARACTERISTICS RELATING TO PUBLICATION

1. The publication of contract notices a), the contracting authorities shall send the notices referred to in articles 35, 58, 64 and 69, to the Office for official publications of the European communities in the format laid down in the implementing rules adopted by the Commission in accordance with the procedure referred to in article 77, paragraph 2.De of article 35, paragraph 1, referred to in the first subparagraph prior information notices, to be published on a buyer profile without prejudice to article. point 2 (b)), must also be in this format, and the same applies to the notice of the publication.



b) notices referred to in articles 35, 58, 64 and 69 are published by the Office for official publications of the European communities or by the contracting authorities, in the case of a prior information notice on a buyer profile, in accordance with article 3. Article 35, paragraph 1, first subparagraph. In addition, contracting authorities may publish this information on the Internet in the form of a ' buyer profile ', see. point 2 (b)).



(c)) the Office for official publications of the European Communities shall send to the contracting authority the confirmation referred to in article 36, paragraph 8 referred to publication.

2. publication of supplementary information a) contracting authorities are encouraged to publish the specifications and all additional documents on the Internet.



b) the buyer profile may include in article 35, paragraph 1, first subparagraph, prior information notices, information on ongoing invitations to tender, scheduled purchases, free contracts and canceled procedures, as well as other information of general interest such as contact people, telephone and fax numbers, mailing address and e-mail address.

3. Format and rules for the electronic transmission of notices

The format and the rules for the electronic transmission of notices is available at the internet address ' http://simap.eu.int '. '



Annex 3 in annex III is inserted after the title ' (XV). The United Kingdom:

» XXVI – BULGARIA

Bodies – Икономически и социален съвет (economic and Social Council)



– Национален осигурителен институт (the National Institute for social security)



– Национална здравноосигурителна каса (the national health insurance fund)



– Български червен кръст (the Bulgarian Red Cross)



Българска академия на науките – (the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences)



– Национален център за аграрни науки (national center for agricultural science)



Институт за Български – стандартизация (the Bulgarian Standardization Institute)



Българско национално радио – (the Bulgarian State radio)



– Българска телевизия национална (Bulgarian national television company) Държавни по смисъла на предприятия categories — чл. 62, ал Търговския закон от 3 (обн., ДВ, бр 48/18.6.1991 (State enterprises as referred to in article 62, paragraph 3, in corporate law (published in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Bulgaria No 48/18.6.1991))



– Национална компания »Железопътна инфраструктура«



– ДП »Пристанищна инфраструктура«



– ДП »Ръководство на въздушното движение«



– ДП »Строителство и възстановяване«



– ДП »Транспортно строителство и възстановяване«



– ДП »Съобщително строителство и възстановяване«



– ДП »Радиоактивни отпадъци«



– ДП »Предприятие за управление на дейностите по опазване на околната среда«



– ДП »Български спортен тотализатор«



– ДП »Държавна парично-предметна лотария«



– ДП »Кабиюк«, Шумен



– Държавни дивечовъдни станции (Darzhavna divetshovadni stantsii)



– Държавни висши училища, създадени в съответствие с чл. 13 Закона за висшето на образование (обн., ДВ, бр 112/27.12.1995) (State universities that have been set up in accordance with article 13 of the law on higher education (published in Official Gazette of the Republic of Bulgaria No. 112/27.12.1995))



– Аграрен университет – Пловдив (Agricultural University-Plovdiv)



– Музикално, танцово и за изобразително Академия изкуство – Пловдив (Academy for music, dance and art – Plovdiv)



– Великотърновски университет »Св. св. Кирил и Методий ' (St. Cyril and St. Methodius University of Veliko Tarnovo)



– Висше военноморско училище» Н. Й. Вапцаров «– Варна (N. Y. Vaptsarov Naval Academy – Varna)



– Висше строително училище» Любен Каравелов «– София (Technical University» Lyuben Karavelov "– Sofia)



– Висше транспортно училище» Тодор Каблешков «— София (transport College» Todor Kableshkov ' – Sofia)



Академия Военна ' Г. – С. Раковски «— София (Military Academy ' g. s. Rakovski ' – Sofia)



– Държавна музикална академия »Проф. Панчо Владигеров «– София (State Music Academy» Prof. Pancho Vladigerov "-Sofia)



– Икономически университет-Варна (Economic University – Varna)



Колеж по телекомуникации и пощи – – София (Telecom and post school – Sofia)



– Лесотехнически университет-София (suburban school – Sofia)



– Медицински университет »Проф. д-р Параскев Иванов Стоянов ' – Варна (the Medical University» Prof. D-r Paraskevi Stoyanov "-Varna)



– Медицински университет – Плевен (Pleven Medical University –)



– Медицински университет – Пловдив (the Medical University – Plovdiv)



– Медицински университет-София (the Medical University – Sofia)



– Минно-геоложки университет »Св. Иван Рилски ' – София (mining and geology University ' St. Ivan Rilski ' – Sofia)



– Национален военен университет Велико Търново Васил Левски ' – ' (the national military University» Vasil Levski "– Veliko Tarnovo)



Национална академия театрално и за филмово – изкуство» Сарафов «– Кръстьо София (National Academy for theatre and film» Krasyo Sarafov ' – Sofia)



– Национална спортна академия» Васил Левски София ' – (the national sports Academy "Vasil Levski Sofia»)



– Национална художествена академия — София (National Academy of fine arts – Sofia)



– Пловдивски ПаисийХилендарски «университет» (Plovdiv University Paisiy at Pamporovo village «»)



– Русенски университет» Ангел Кънчев ' (the University of Ruse Angel Kanchev '»)



– Софийски университет »Св. Климент Охридски ' (St. Kliment Ohridski Sofia University ' ')



– Специализирано висше училище по библиотекознание и информационни технологии — София (high school for librarians and information technology – Sofia)



– Стопанска академия» Д. А. Ценов ' – Свищов (Economics Academy» d. a. Tsenov "– Svishtov)




– Технически университет-Варна (the Technical University – Varna)



– Технически университет – Габрово (the Technical University-Gabrovo)



– Технически университет-София (the Technical University – Sofia)



– Тракийски Стара Загора университет – (Trakia University – Stara Zagora)



– Университет »Проф. д-р ' Златаров-Бургас Асен (» D-r Asen Zlatarov Prof. «University – Burgas)



За национално и световно Университет – стопанство – София (national and verdensøkonomi University – Sofia)



– По строителство и геодезия, архитектура Университет-София (University of architecture, civil engineering and Geodesy-Sofia)



– Университет по хранителни технологии – Пловдив (University of food technologies – Plovdiv)



– Химико-технологичен и металургичен университет-София (University of chemical technology and metallurgy-Sofia)



– Шуменски Преславски «Епископ» университет Константин (Shumen University Konstantin Preslavski «»)



– Югозападен Рилски Неофит «–» университет Благоевград (South-West University ' Neofit Rilski ' – Blagoevgrad)



– Културни институти по смисъла на Закона закрила и за развитие на културата (обн., ДВ, бр 50/1.6.1999) (Cultural institutions see the law on the protection and promotion of culture (published in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Bulgaria nr. 50/1.6.1999))



– Народна библиотека »Св. св. Кирил и Методий ' (St. Cyril and St. Methodius national library)



– Българска национална фонотека (Bulgarian national fonotek)



– Българска национална фонотека (Bulgarian national Cinematheque)



– Национален фонд» Култура «(the national culture Fund)



Институт за паметниците на Национален – културата (the National Institute for monuments and culture)



– Театри (theatres)



– Опери, филхармонии и ансамбли (operas, filharmoniorkestre, ensembles)



– Музеи и галерии (museums and galleries)



– Училища по изкуствата и културата (art-and culture schools)



– Български културни в институти чужбина (Bulgarian cultural institutes abroad)



– Държавни или общински лечебни заведения по чл. 3, ал. 1 от Закона за лечебните заведения (обн., ДВ, бр 62/9.7.1999) (governmental or municipal health institutions as referred to in article 3, paragraph 1, of the law on health care institutions (published in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Bulgaria No. 62/9.7.1999))



– Лечебни заведения по чл. 5, ал. 1 от Закона за лечебните заведения (обн., ДВ, бр. 62/9.7.1999) (medical institutions as referred to in article 5, paragraph 1, of the law on health care institutions (published in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Bulgaria No. 62/9.7.1999))



– Домове за медико-социални грижи за деца (children's hospitals)



– Лечебни заведения за стационарна психиатрична помощ (psychiatric hospitals)



– Центрове спешна медицинска за помощ (emergency rooms)



– Центрове за трансфузионна хематология (blood transfusion centres)



– Болница» Лозенец «(Hospital» Lozenets ')



– Военномедицинска академия (military medical Academy)



-Медицински институт на Министерство на вътрешните работи (Medical Institute under the Ministry of the Interior)



– Лечебни заведения на Министерството към правосъдието (medical institutions under the Ministry of Justice)



– Лечебни заведения на Министерството към транспорта (medical institutions under the Ministry of transport)



– Юридически лица на нестопанска цел за осъществяване общественополезна с дейност по смисъла на Закона за юридическите лица с нестопанска цел (обн., ДВ, бр. 81/6.10.2000), които отговарят на условията по § 1, т. 1 на Закона за обществените поръчки (обн., ДВ, бр. 2 8/6.4.2004) (non-commercial legal entities created for the purpose of services of general interest within the meaning of the law on non-commercial. legal persons (published in Official Gazette of the Republic of Bulgaria No. 81/6.10.2000) which satisfies the conditions laid down in article 1, paragraph 1, of the law on public procurement (published in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Bulgaria No 28/6.4.2004)).

XXVII – ROMANIA

Bodies 1. Academia Română (the Romanian Academy)



2. Biblioteca Naţională (national library)



Institutul Cultural Român 3rd (the Romanian Cultural Institute)



Institutul European din România, 4. (European Institute of Romania)



Institutul de Memorie Culturală. 5 (Heritage Foundation)



6. Agenţia Naţională "Socrates ' (the national agency" Socrates ')



7. Centrul European UNESCO pentru Învăţământul Superior (CÈPES) (European Centre for higher education, a UNESCO World Heritage site)



8. Comisia Naţională a României pentru UNESCO (the national Romanian UNESCO-kommisssion)



Societatea Română de Radiodifuziune 9 (the Romanian radio company)



Societatea Română de Televiziune 10 (the Romanian television company)



11. Societatea Naţională pentru Radiocomunicaţii (the national radio company)



Oficiul Naţional al Cinematografiei 12 (the national film company)



13. Studioul de Creaţie Cinematografică (film Studio)



Arhiva Naţională de Filme 14 (the national film archive)



Oficiul Naţional pentru Documentare şi 15. Expoziţii de Artă (the national Office for documentation and art exhibitions)



16. Corul Naţional de Cameră ' Madrigal ' (national Chamber ' Madrigal ')



17. Inspectoratul muzicilor militare (military music Foundation)



18. Palatul Naţional al Copiilor (the national children's Palace)



19. Oficiul Naţional al Burselor de Studii în Străinătate (National Office for scholarships abroad)



20. Agenţia Socială a Studenţilor (social agency for students)



21. Comitetul Olimpic Român (Romanian Olympic Committee)



22. Centrul pentru Promovarea Cooperării Europene în Domeniul Român Tineretului (EUROTIN) (the Romanian Agency for the European youth cooperation)



Centrul de Informare şi Consultanţă 23 pentru Tineret (INFOTIN) (youth information and counselling centre)



Centrul de Studii şi Cercetări 24 pentru Tineret (CSCPT) the Problem (Youth study and Research Centre)



25. Centrul de Cercetări pentru Issue the service (CCPS) (sports Research Centre)



26. Societatea Naţională de Cruce Roşie (the Romanian national Red Cross-company)



Consiliul Naţional pentru Combaterea Discriminării. 27 (the National Council for combating discrimination)



28. Secretariatul de Stat pentru Problemele Revoluţionarilor your Boys 1989 (State Secretariat for problems related to the revolution in december 1989)



29. Secretariatul de Stat pentru Culte (State Secretariat of public worship)



Agenţia Naţională pentru Locuinţe 30 (the national housing agency)



Casa Naţională de Pensii şi 31 Alte Drepturi de Asigurări Sociale (national pension and social security fund)



Casa Naţională de Asigurări de 32. Sănătate (national sickness fund)



33. Inspecţia Muncii (labour inspection)



34. Oficiul Central de Stat pentru Issue Specialty (the central State Office for special problems)



Inspectoratul General pentru Situaţii 35. de Urgenţă (the general crisis Inspectorate)



Agenţia Naţională de Consultanţă 36. Agricolă (the national agricultural extension Agency)



Agenţia Naţională pentru Amelio 37. nice şi Reproducţie în Zootehnie (the National Agency for improvement of animal reproductive technology)



38. Laboratorul Central pentru Carantină Fitosanitară (Central Laboratory of phytosanitary quarantine)



39. Laboratorul Central pentru Controlul Calităţii Seminţelor (central laboratory for frøkvalitetskontrol)



Institutul pentru Controlul 40. Produselor Biologice şi Medicamentelor de Uz Veterinar (Institute for the control of veterinary biological products and pharmaceuticals)



41. Igienă şi Sănătate Publică şi Institutul de Veterinară (Hygiene Institute for veterinary measures relating to public health)




Institutul de Diagnostic şi Sănătate 42. Animală (animal health Institute)



43. (State Institute for varietal testing and registration)



44. Banca de Resource Genetice Vegetale (the plant genetic resource bank)



45. Institutul Diplomatic Roman (the Romanian diplomatic Institute)



46. Administraţia Naţională a rezervelorde State (the national administration of State reserves)



Agenţia Naţională pentru Dezvoltarea şi 47. Implementarea Programelor de Reconstrucţie (a) Zonelor Miniere (the National Agency for the development and implementation of programmes for the rehabilitation of mining sites)



Agenţia Naţională pentru Substanţe şi 48. Preparate Chimice Periculoase (the National Agency for dangerous chemicals)



Agenţia Naţională de Control al 49. Exporturilor Strategice Armelor şi al Interzicerii Chimice (the National Agency for strategic exports control and control of the prohibition of chemical weapons)



Agenţia Naţională pentru Supravegherea 50. Radioactivităţii Mediului (the National Agency for the monitoring of radioactivity in the environment)



51. Rezervaţiei Biosferei» Delta Dunării Administraţia «Tulcea (Administration of Danube Delta biosphere reserve-» «-Tulcea)



52. Regia Naţională a Pădurilor (ROMSILVA) (the national forestry agency)



Administraţia Naţională Apele Române. 53 (the national water agency)



Administratia Nationala de Meteorologie. 54 (Meteorological Department)



Comisia Naţională pentru Reciclarea 55. Materialelor (the National Commission for material recycling)



Comisia Naţională pentru Controlul Activităţilor 56. Nucleare (National Commission for the control of nuclear activities)



Agenţia Naţională pentru Ştiinţă, 57. Tehnologie şi Inovare (the National Agency for science, technology and innovation)



Agenţia Naţională pentru Comunicaţii şi 58. Informatică (the National Agency for communications and information technology sector)



Inspectoratul General pentru Comunicaţii şi 59. Tehnologia Informaţiei (general inspectorate for communications and information technology)



60. Oficiul pentru Infrastructurii de Administrare şi Comunicaţii Operare al (the Office for the administration and operation of the communications infrastructure)



61. the State pentru Controlul Inspecţia Cazanelor, Recipientelor sub Presiune şi Instalaţiilor de Ridicat (State Inspectorate for control of boilers, pressure vessels and hoisting equipment)



62. Centrul pentru Perfecţionarea şi Personalului Perfecţionarea Român din Transporturi Navale – CERONAV (the Romanian Centre for staff training and training in the field of maritime transport)



63. Inspectoratul Navigaţiei Civilian (INC) (Inspectorate for civil shipping)



64. Societatea de Servicii de management Feroviar SMF SA (the company for railway management services)



Societatea de Administrare Active Feroviare 65. SAAF SA (the company for management of railway assets)



66. The Regia Autonomă Registrul Auto Român (autonomous public service – the Romanian automotive directory)



Agenţia Spaţială Română. 67 (the Romanian Space Agency)



Şcoala Superioară de Aviaţie Civilă. 68 (the higher education institution of civil aviation)



69. Aeroclubul României (Romanian Aeroclub)



70. Centrul de pregătire pentru Personalul your Industrie Buşteni (Buşteni training center for employees in industry)



71. Centrul de Comerţ Exterior Român (Romanian Centre for foreign trade)



72. Centrul de Formare şi management pentru Comerţ Bucureşti (Trade Administration-and-training centre in Bucharest)



73. the Agenţia pentru Cercetare şi Tehnică Tehnologii Militare (Research Agency for the military technique and technology)



Asociaţia Română de Standardizare. 74 ((ASRO)) (the Romanian standardization Association)



75. Asociaţia de Acreditare din România (RENAR) (the Romanian accreditation Association)



76. Comisia Naţională de Prognoză (CNP) (the National Commission for prognosis)



Institutul Naţional de Statistică 77. (INS), (the Statistical Office)



78. Consiliul Concurenţei (CC) (Competition Council)



79. Comisia Naţională a Valorilor Mobiliare (CNVM) (National Securities Commission)



80. Consiliul Economic şi Social (CES) (economic and Social Council)



81. Oficiul Participaţiilor Statului şi Privatizării în Industrie (Office of State assets and privatization in industry)



82. Domeniilor Statului Agenţia (the Agency for State property)



83. Oficiul Naţional al Registrului Comerţului (the national trade register)



Autoritatea pentru Valorificarea Activelor Statului. 84 (AVAS) (authority for the sale of State property)



85. Oficiul National de Prevenire şi Combatere a Spălării Banilor (ONPCSB) (the National Agency for the prevention and combat of money laundering)



Consiliul Naţional pentru Studierea Arhivelor 86. Securităţii (National Council for the Securitate archives of steers)



87. Avocatul Poporului (Ombudsman)



Autoritatea Electorala Permanenta. 88 (the permanent electoral authority)



Institutul Naţional de Administraţie. 89 (INA) (the National Management Institute)



90. Inspectoratul Naţional pentru Evidenţa Persoanelor (the National Inspectorate for personal data)



91. Oficiul de Stat pentru Invenţii şi Mărci (OSIM) (State Office for inventions and brands)



Oficiul Român pentru Drepturile de 92. Author (ORDA) (the Romanian Copyright Office)



Oficiul Naţional pentru Protejarea Patrimoniului. 93 (the National Agency for the protection of cultural heritage)



94. Agentia Nationala Anti drew (the National Agency for the campaign against drugs)



95. Biroul de Metrologie Legală Român (Romanian bureau of legal metrology)



96. the State în Construcţii Inspecţia (the State building Inspectorate)



97. Compañía Naţională de Investiţii (national investment company)



98. Drumuri Naţionale şi Compañía Naţională de Autostrăzi (national vejkompagni)



Agentia Nationala de Cadastru si 99. Publicitate Imobiliara (the national land registry office and Agency for advertising of real estate)



100. Direcţia topografică militară (Department of military topography)



Administratia Nationala a Îmbunătăţirilor Funciare 101. (the national management of land improvement)



102. Garda Financiară (financial control)



103. Garda Naţională de Mediu (national environment supervision)



Institutul Naţional de Expertize 104. Criminalistice (the National Institute for criminological expertise)



Institutul Naţional al Magistraturii. 105 (national retsembedsmandsinstitut)



Institutul Naţional pentru Perfecţionarea şi 106. Perfecţionarea Magistraţilor (the National Institute for training of magistrates)



Institutul Naţional de Criminologie. 107 (the National Institute of Criminology)



108. Centrul de Pregătire şi Perfecţionare a Grefierilor şi a Celuilalt Personal Categories de Specialitate (training centre for court clerks and other specialized support staff)



Direcţia Generală a Penitenciarelor. 109 (directorate-general for prisons)



110. Oficiul Registrului Naţional al Informaţiilor Secrete de Stat (the national register of State secrets)



111. Autoritatea Nationala a Vămilor (the national customs authority)



Regia Autonomă Administraţia 112. ' Zonei Libere Constanţa-Sud ' (autonomous public service – ' the administration of the free zone Constanţa-Sud ')



Regia Autonomă Administraţia 113. ' Zonei Libere Brăila ' (autonomous public service – ' the administration of the free zone Brăila ')



Regia Autonomă Administraţia 114. ' Zonei Libere Galaţi «(autonomous public service – ' the administration of the free zone Galaţi ")



Regia Autonomă Administraţia 115. ' Zonei Libere Sulina ' (autonomous public service – ' the administration of the free zone Sulina ')



Regia Autonomă Administraţia» 116. Zonei Libere Giurgiu ' (autonomous public service – ' the administration of the free zone Giurgiu ')



Regia Autonomă Administraţia» 117. Zonei Libere Curtici ' (autonomous public service – ' the administration of the free zone the Curtici ')



118. Banca Naţională a României (Romanian national bank)



119. Regia Autonomă Monetăria Statului «» (autonomous public service» the governmental Romanian coin ')



120. Regia Autonomă» Imprimeria Băncii Naţionale "(autonomous public service» the national bank's printing works ')



121. Regia Autonomă Imprimeria Naţională «» (autonomous public service» the National Printing House ')



Regia Autonomă Monitorul Oficial 122. ' ' (' Official Gazette of the autonomous public service ')



123. Regia Autonomă» Rasirom «(autonomous public service ' Rasirom ')



Regia Autonomă Unifarm «» 124. Bucureşti (autonomous public service» Unifarm Bucureşti ')



Regia Autonomă România Film ' 125. ' (autonomous public service» Romania Film ')



126. Compañía Naţională Loteria Română «» (the ' Romanian State Lottery ')



127. Compañía Naţională Romtehnica «» (the national company Romtehnica «»)



128. Compañía Naţională Romarm «» (the national company Romarm «»)




Regia Autonomă Romavia 129. ' ' (autonomous public service» Romavia ')



Agenţia Naţională de Presă ROMPRES. 130 (the national news agency ROMPRES)



Regia Autonomă Editura Didactică 131.» şi Pedagogică ' (Editura Didactică şi autonomous public service» Pedagogică ' (textbook publishers))



Regia Autonomă Administraţia Patrimoniului 132. ' Protocolului the State ' (autonomous public service» administration of State property and Protocol ') Categories 1. Centre de cercetare şi Institute (research institutes and centres)



2. Instituţii de învăţământ de stat (State læreanstalter)



3. Universităţi the State (State universities)



4. Muzee (museums)



5. Biblioteci de stat (State libraries)



6. the State Theatres, opere, operete, filarmonica, centres de cultură şi case (State theatres, operas, filharmoniorkestre, culture houses and centers)



7. Reviste (leaves)



8. Edituri (publishing company)



9. Inspectorate şcolare, de cultură, de culte (school and public worship, cultural inspectorates)



10. Complexuri, federaţii şi cluburi sportive (sport associations and clubs)



11. Spitale, sanatorii, policlinici, dispensare, centre medicale, medico-legal institute, staţii ambulanţă (hospitals, sanatoriums, clinics, medical centres, forensic institutes and ambulance stations)



12. Unităţi de asistenţă socială (socialhjælps units)



13. The Tribunale (courts)



14. Judecătorii (cuisine)



15. Curţi de apel (appellate courts)



16. Penitenciare (prisons)



17. Parchetele de pe lângă instanţele judecătoreşti (prosecutors)



18. Unităţimilitare (military units)



19. Instanţemilitare (military courts)



20. Inspectorate de Politie (Police inspectorates)



21. Centre de odihnă (rest home) '.



Annex 4 in annex IV shall be inserted after the section on Belgium:

» Bulgaria-на Народното Администрация събрание (administration of national Assembly)



– Администрация на Президента (administration of the Presidential Office)



– Администрация на Министерския съвет (administration of the Council of Ministers)



– Конституционен съд (Constitutional Court)



Българска народна банка – (the Bulgarian national bank)



– Министерство на външните работи (Foreign Affairs)



– Министерство на вътрешните работи (Ministry of Interior)



— Държавната на административната и администрация Министерство реформа (Ministry of State administration and administrative reform)



– Министерство държавната политика при бедствия и на аварии (Ministry of State policy for disasters and accidents)



На земеделието и Министерство – горите (Ministry of agriculture and forestry)



– Министерство на здравеопазването (Ministry of health)



На икономиката и Министерство – енергетиката (Ministry of economy and energy)



– Министерство на културата (Ministry of culture)



На образованието и Министерство – науката (Ministry of education and science)



— Околната на водите и среда Министерство (Ministry of environment and water)



– Министерство на отбраната (Ministry of defence)



– Министерство на правосъдието (Ministry of Justice)



Развитие на регионалното и Министерство – благоустройството (Ministry of regional development and public works)



– Министерство на транспорта (Ministry of transport)



– Министерство труда и на социалната политика (Ministry of labour and social policy)



– Министерство на финансите (Ministry of Finance)



– държавни агенции, държавни комисии агенции и други институции, изпълнителни държавни, създадени закон на Министерския или с постановление със съвет, които връзка с осъществяването на имат функции във изпълнителната власт (State agencies, State commissions, boards and other governmental authorities, as established by law or the Ministerial Decree, and which have functions with executive powers)



– Агенция за ядрено регулиране (the nuclear regulatory agency)



Комисия за енергийно и водно – Държавна регулиране (the State Regulatory Commission for energy and water)



– По сигурността на комисия Държавна информацията (State Commission for the information society)



– Комисия за защита на конкуренцията (competition protection Commission)



Комисия за личните на защита – данни (Commission for the protection of personal information)



– Комисия за защита от дискриминация (Commission for protection against discrimination)



Комисия за регулиране на съобщенията – (the Commission for the supervision of communications)



– Комисия за финансов надзор (the financial supervision Commission)



Ведомство на Република България Патентно – (the Bulgarian patent office)



Сметна на Република България палата – (the Bulgarian State auditing)



– Агенция за приватизация (privatisation Agency)



– Агенция за следприватизационен контрол (the Agency for post privatization control)



Български институт по метрология – (the Bulgarian Institute of Metrology)



— Главно на архивите управление (State archives)



Държавна агенция» Държавен и резерв – военновременни запаси «(State Agency for State reserves and wartime-stores)



– Държавна агенция за бежанците (State Agency for refugees)



Държавна агенция за българите в – чужбина (State Agency for Bulgarians abroad)



Държавна агенция за закрила на детето – (State Agency for child protection)



– Държавна агенция за информационни и съобщения технологии (State Agency for information technology and communication)



Държавна агенция за метрологичен и технически – надзор (State Agency for metreologi and technical supervision)



– Държавна агенция за младежта и спорта (State Agency for youth and sports)



– Държавна агенция по туризма (State Agency for tourism)



– Стоковите по борси и комисия Държавна тържища (the State securities and stock market Commission)



– Институт по публична и европейска администрация интеграция (Institute of public administration and European integration)



– Национален статистически институт (the Statistical Office)



— Агенция ' Митници ' (Customs Agency)



– Агенция за финансова и държавна инспекция (the Agency for public finance inspection)



– Агенция за държавни вземания (Office for State debts)



– Агенция за социално подпомагане (the social assistance agency)



За Агенция финансово-разузнаване (the financial intelligence agency, the)



– Агенция за хората с увреждания (the Agency for the disabled)



– Агенция по вписванията (registry)



– Агенция по енергийна ефективност (energy efficiency agency)



– Агенция по заетостта (employment agency)



– Агенция по кадастъра (land registry office)



– Агенция по обществени поръчки (the Agency for public procurement)



– Българска агенция за инвестиции (the Bulgarian investment agency)



– Главна дирекция въздухоплавателна администрация «Гражданска» (the directorate-general for civil aviation administration)



– Дирекция за национален строителен контрол (Directorate-General for the national construction supervision)




– Държавна комисия по хазарта (State Commission for gambling)



– Изпълнителна агенция» Автомобилна администрация ' (Executive Agency for the management of the car park)



Борба с градушките Изпълнителна агенция ' – ' (Executive Agency for defense against hail)



– Изпълнителна агенция Българска акредитация за служба «» (the executive body of the Bulgarian accreditation service)



– Изпълнителна агенция» инспекция по Главна труда ' (General Labour Inspectorate Executive Agency)



– Изпълнителна агенция» Железопътна администрация ' (Executive Agency for Railway Administration)



– Изпълнителна агенция» Морска администрация ' (Executive Agency for maritime administration)



– Изпълнителна агенция» Национален филмов център ' (Executive Agency for the national movie central)



– Изпълнителна агенция» Пристанищна администрация ' (Executive Agency port administration)



– Изпълнителна агенция» Проучване и поддържане на река Дунав ' (Executive Agency for exploration and maintenance of the Danube)



– Изпълнителна агенция» Пътища «(Executive Agency for roads)



– Изпълнителна агенция за икономически и анализи прогнози (Executive Agency for economic analysis and projection)



– Изпълнителна агенция за насърчаване и средни малките на предприятия (Executive Agency for promotion of small and medium-sized enterprises)



– Изпълнителна агенция по лекарствата (Executive Agency for medicines)



– Изпълнителна агенция по лозата и виното (Executive Agency for the vine)



– Изпълнителна агенция по околна среда (Executive Agency for the environment)



– Изпълнителна агенция по почвените ресурси (Executive Agency for land resources)



– Изпълнителна агенция по рибарство и аквакултури (Executive Agency for fisheries and aquaculture)



– Изпълнителна агенция по селекция и репродукция в животновъдството (Executive Agency for selection and breeding in livestock)



– Изпълнителна агенция по сортоизпитване, апробация и семеконтрол (Executive Agency for plant variety testing, field inspection and seed testing)



– Изпълнителна агенция по трансплантация (Executive Agency for transplantation)



– Изпълнителна агенция по хидромелиорации (Executive Agency for irrigation)



– За потребителите на Комисията защита (CCP)



– Контролно-техническата инспекция (the control technical Inspectorate)



– Национална агенция за приходите (the National Revenue Agency)



– Национална ветеринарномедицинска служба (the national veterinary service)



– Национална служба за растителна защита (the national plant protection service)



Служба по зърното и Национална – фуражите (the national grain and feed service)



– Национално управление по горите (the national forestry agency) '.

In annex IV shall be inserted after paragraph about Portugal:

» Romania 1. Administraţia Prezidenţială (presidential administration)



2. Senatul României (Romanian Senate)



3. Camera Deputaţilor (Chamber of Deputies)



Înalta Curte de Casaţie şi 4th Justiţie (Supreme Court)



5. Curtea Constituţională (Constitutional Court)



6. Consiliul Legislative (Legislative Council)



7. Curtea de Conturi (Court of Auditors)



Consiliul Superior al Magistraturii 8 (CSM)



Parchetul General de pe 9 langa Inalta Curte de Casatie si Justitie (State Attorney's Office under the Supreme Court)



10. Secretariatul General al Guvernului (Government general secretariat)



Cancelaria Primului-Ministru 11 (Prime Minister's Office)



Ministerul Afacerilor Externe 12 (Foreign Affairs)



Ministerul Integrării Europene 13 (Ministry of European integration)



Ministerul Finanţelor Publice 14 (Ministry of public finance)



15. Ministerul Justiţiei (Ministry of Justice)



Ministerul Apărării Naţionale 16 (Ministry of defence)



Ministerul Administraţiei şi Internelor 17 (Ministry of administration and Interior)



Ministerul Muncii, Solidarităţii Sociale 18 şi Familiei (Ministry of labour, social solidarity and Family Affairs)



19. Ministerul Economieişi şi Comerţului (Ministry of economy and trade)



Ministerul Agriculturii, Pădurii şi 20 Dezvoltării Rurale (Ministry of agriculture, forestry and rural development)



Ministerul Transporturilor, Construcţiilor şi 21 Turismului (Ministry of transport, construction and tourism)



Ministerul Educaţiei şi Cercetării 22 (Ministry of education and science)



23. Ministerul Sănătăţii (Ministry of health)



Ministerul Culturii şi Cultelor 24 (Ministry of culture and religious affairs)



Ministerul Comunicaţiilor şi Tehnologiei Informaţiilor 25 (Ministry of communications and information society)



Ministerul Mediului şi Gospodăririi Apelor 26 (Ministry of environment and water management)



27. Ministerul Public (Ministry of public affairs)



Serviciul Român de Informaţii 28 (Romanian Intelligence Service)



Serviciul Român de Informaţii Externe 29 (the Romanian foreign intelligence service)



Serviciul de Protecţie şi Pază 30 (protection and surveillance service)



Serviciul de Telecomunicaţii Speciale 31 (special telecommunications service)



Consiliul Naţional al Audiovizualului. 32 (National Audiovisual Council)



Direcţia Naţională Anticorupţie. 33 (National Directorate for combating corruption)



34. Inspectoratul General de Poliţtie (the General Police Inspectorate)



Autoritatea Naţională pentru Reglementarea şi 35. Monitorizarea Achiziţiilor Publice (national authority for the regulation and supervision of public procurement)



Autoritatea Naţională de Reglementare în 36. Comunicaţii (national authority for the regulation of communications)



Autoritatea Naţională de Reglementare pentru 37. Serviciile Publice de Gospodărie Comunală (the national authority for the regulation of public services and management of the rural Administration)



Autoritatea Naţională Sanitară Veterinară şi 38. pentru Siguranţa Alimentelor (the national authority for health and animal health and food safety)



Autoritatea Naţională pentru Protecţia Consumatorilor 39. (the national consumer protection authority)



40. Autoritatea Navală Română (the Romanian Naval Authority)



41. Autoritatea Feroviară Română (AFER) (the Romanian railway authority)



42. Autoritatea Rutieră Română (ARR) (Romanian vejmyndighed)



Autoritatea Naţională pentru Protecţia 43. Copilului şi Adopţie (the national authority for the protection and the adoption of children)



Autoritatea Naţională pentru Persoanele cu 44. Disability (the national authority for disabled)



Autoritatea Naţională pentru Turism 45. (the National Tourist Authority)



Agenţia pentru Strategii Guvernamentale 46. (the Agency for government strategies)



47. Agenţia Naţională a Medicamentului (the national medicines agency)



Agenţia Naţională pentru Sport 48. (the national sports agency)



Agenţia Naţională pentru Ocuparea Fortei 49. de Munca (national employment agency)



Agenţia Naţională de Reglementare în 50. Domeniul Energiei (the National Agency for regulation in the energy sector)



51. Agenţia Română pentru Conservarea Energiei (the Romanian Agency for energy conservation)



Agenţia Naţională pentru 52. Resource Minerals (the National Agency for mineral resources)



Agenţia Română pentru Investiţii Străine. 53 (the Romanian Agency for foreign investments)



Agenţia Naţională pentru Întreprinderi Mici 54. şi Mijlocii şi Cooperaţie (the National Agency for small and medium-sized enterprises and cooperation)



55. Agenţia Naţională a Funcţionarilor Publici (national civil service agency)



Agenţia Naţională de Administrare Fiscală. 56 (the National Agency for tax administration).



Annex 5


In annex IX A of annex 1, the following is inserted after '-in Belgium: ' Registre du Commerce '/' commercial registers ': '-in Bulgaria, ' Търговски регистър ' and after ' in Portugal: dos Mercados de Obras Públicas Indtituto ' e Particulares e do Imobiliário (IMOPPI) ' ': '-in Registrul Comertului Romania, ' '.



Annex 6 in annex IX (B) to annex 1, the following is inserted after '-in Belgium: ' Registre du Commerce '/' commercial register ': '-in Bulgaria, ' Търговски регистър ' and after '-Registro Nacional das Pessoas in Portugal: Colectivas ': '-in Registrul Comertului Romania, ' '.



Annex 7 in annex IX (C) to annex 1, the following is inserted after '-in Belgium: ' Registre du Commerce '/' commercial register ': and ' Ordres professionels/Beroepsorden ' ': '-in Bulgaria, ' Търговски регистър ' and after '-in Portugal: ' Registro nacional das Pessoas Colectivas ': '-in Registrul Comertului Romania, ' '.
Official notes 1) Ordinance contains provisions transposing a European Parliament and Council Directive 2004/18/EC of 31. March 2004 on the coordination of procedures for the award of public supply contracts, public service contracts and public works contracts, Official Journal No. L 134 of 30. April 2004, p. 114, as amended by sections of the Commission Directive 2005/51/EC of 7. September 2005 amending Annex XX to Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council Directive 2004/17/EC and annex VIII to the European Parliament and of the Council Directive 2004/18/EC on public procurement, the EU Official Journal No. L 257 of 1. October 2005, p. 127, and parts of Council Directive 2006/97/EC of 20. November 2006 adapting certain directives in the field of free movement of goods, by reason of the accession of Bulgaria and Romania, EU Official Journal No. L 363 of 20. December 2006, p. 107.

1 OJ C 29 E, 30.1.2001), p. 11 and OJ C 203 E, 27.8.2002, p. 210.

2 OJ C 193 of 10.07.2001), p. 7.

3) OJ C 144 of 16.5.2001, p. 23.

4) opinion of the European Parliament of 17.1.2002 (OJ C 271 E, 7.11.2002, p. 176), Council common position of 20.3.2003 (OJ C 147 E, 24.6.2003, p. 1) and position of the European Parliament of 2.7.2003 (not yet published in the official journal). European Parliament legislative resolution of 29.1.2004 and Council decision of 2.2.2004.

OJ L 209 of 24.7.1992) 5, s. 1. As last amended by Commission Directive 2001/78/EC (OJ L 285 of 29 October 2001, p. 1).

6) OJ L 199 of 9.8.1993, p. 1. As last amended by Directive 2001/78/EC.

7) OJ L 199 of 9.8.1993, p. 54. As last amended by Directive 2001/78/EC.

8 OJ L 336, 23.12.1994), p. 1.

9) see p. 1 of this official journal.

10) OJ L 199 of 9.8.1993, p. 84. As last amended by Directive 2001/78/EC.

OJ L 18 of 21.1.1997) 11, s. 1.

12 OJ L 340 of 16.12.2002), p. 1.

13 OJ L 13 of 19.1.2000), p. 12.

14 OJ L 178, 17.7.2000), p. 1.

15) Council Directive 2000/78/EC of 27. November 2000 establishing a general framework for equal treatment in employment and occupation (OJ L 303 of 2.12.2000, p. 16).

16) Council Directive 76/207/EEC of 9. February 1976 on the implementation of the principle of equal treatment for men and women as regards access to employment, vocational training and promotion, and working conditions (OJ L 39 of 14.2.1976, p. 40). Amended by European Parliament and Council Directive 2002/73/EC (OJ L 269 of 5.10.2002, p. 15).

17) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 761/2001 of 19. March 2001 allowing voluntary participation by organisations in a Community eco-management and audit scheme (EMAS) (OJ L 114 of 24.4.2001, p. 1).

OJ L 184 of 17.7.1999) 18, p. 23.

19) OJ L 124 of 8.6.1971, p. 1.

20) OJ L 351 of 29.12.1998, p. 1.

21) OJ C 195 of 25.6.1997, p. 1.

22) OJ L 358 of at 31.12.1998, p. 2.

23) OJ C 316 of 27.11.95, p. 48.

24) OJ L 166 of 28.6.1991, p. 77. Amended by European Parliament and Council Directive 2001/97/EC (OJ L 344 of 28.12.2001, p. 76).

25) OJ L 185 of 16.8.1971, p. 15. Amended by decision 77/63/EEC (OJ L 13 of 15.1.1977, p. 15).

26) OJ L 395 of 393,30.12.1989, p. 33. Amended by Directive 92/50/EEC.

27) OJ L 285 of 29 October 2001, p. 1.

28) in article 46, the term ' registers ' the records listed in this annex and, insofar as there has been a change at the national level, the registries may have replaced these.