In The Area Of Defence And Security Procurement Law

Original Language Title: Aizsardzības un drošības jomas iepirkumu likums

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The Saeima has adopted and the President issued the following law: Protection and security of shopping Act Chapter I. General provisions article 1. The terms used in the law, the law is applied in the following terms: 1) protected information — information that, in accordance with external regulations are recognized as State secrets or protected as a State secret, and also that, in accordance with the laws or regulations recognized as information service;
2) subcontracting, which concluded in purchase procedures, in writing, of the principal the successful tenderer and one or more other suppliers to ensure customer and Subscriber in the procurement procedure, the successful tenderer's contracts concluded and which is the subject of the works, the supply of goods or services for consideration;
3) life cycle — sequential product (product) chain, from research and development through to waste disposal;
4) works, supply and service contracts-contracts that financial interest concluded in writing one or more principals and one or more suppliers and which have as their object: (a) public works contracts — purchases) nomenclature (CPV) 45. the works referred to in the category or this works in conjunction with the civil design, or construction, as well as any other transaction that results in the customer acquires rights to the building, which was built according to its requirements. Construction of this law is the total result of the works mentioned, sufficient for building serve the purpose, (b)), the supply contract goods purchase, installment purchase, rental, or hire-purchase. The supply contract is considered a contract the object of which is the supply of goods and not the essential part is the building or installation of goods, c) service agreement — this law 1 and 2 in the annex. If the subject of the contract is both goods and 1 and 2 of this law. services referred to in the annex and where the value of the services included in money terms exceeds the value of the goods, such a contract shall be considered a service contract. If the subject of the contract is the law 1 and 2 services mentioned in the annex and where the contract includes the purchase of stock items (CPV) 45. the works referred to in the category, which is the subject of the contract is not an essential part of such a contract shall be considered a service contract;
the centralised procurement authorities 5) — the client, unless the client has a public service subject to the law of purchases, which is not a public body within the meaning of this law, as well as the European institutions, which: (a)) bought goods or services to the needs of the client, or (b)), the procurement procedure for the conclusion of works, supply or service contracts, or the General Agreement of the Subscriber;
6) electronic auction — the downward price or a specific part of the new offer values identification by electronic means after full evaluation of the tenders, thus arranging deals in a particular order by price or determine the value of the offer. Certain works contracts or service contracts having as their subject-matter intellectual work (such as design), is not the object of electronic auctions;
7) electronic means — electronic communications features applied to electronic communication network, received, or sent for data processing (including digital compression) and storage of data transmission, as well as electronic communications networks;
8) procurement identification number — a sign that includes the customer's name, the abbreviation (acronym), the year and the purchase order number in ascending order. Purchase ID number, part of the end of the Subscriber is entitled to specify other information;
9) purchase nomenclature (CPV) — the European Union approved the nomenclature applicable procurement procedures;
10) procurement procedure — procedure (closed competition, negotiation procedure, competitive dialogue), according to which the Subscriber shall select suppliers and confers on them the right to conclude a works, supply or service contracts;
11) contractual price — the total payment for performance of the contract, including all taxes, excluding value added tax;
12) Subscriber: the Subscriber public procurement law and public service in the public service provider procurement law;
13) research and development — all actions related to fundamental and applied research and experimental development (production), which may include technology demonstrations with facilities that demonstrate the concepts developed by the performance of real or simulated environment;
14) tender security — procurement documents for payment of the amount of money specified in the customer account, bank guarantee or insurance for a set amount of money that the applicant together with the offer shall be submitted to the customer as collateral for the validity of the offer;
15) supplier: the natural or legal person or public body, such Association of persons in any combination, which offers a market to make the works, to supply goods or services;
16) profile available to the public on the internet home page of the customer that the customer inserts the previous informative communication, relation or planned procurement procedures, agreements, or discontinued izbeigtaj procurement procedures as well as other shopping-related General information;
17) applicant: supplier who has submitted a tender in a closed tender procedure or competitive dialogue;
18) publication management system — the procurement monitoring Bureau of the State in the information system, which provides shopping preparation, submission of the notice for publication and the publication of the procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet, as well as the transmission of the publication in the official journal of the European Union and which is available on the procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet;
19) candidate — the supplier who submitted the application in a closed tender procedure or competitive dialogue;
20) competitive dialogue procurement procedure, in which all interested suppliers may claim the right to participate and in which the Subscriber consult with selected candidates to develop one or more customer requirements appropriate alternative solutions on the basis of which the selected candidates shall be invited to submit tenders;
21) common technical specification: a technical specification laid down in accordance with the Member States of the European Union recognised procedures and is published in the official journal of the European Union;
22) crisis, the situation in any country, when it is incurred or who may incur damage, which clearly exceed the daily household damage and which endanger human life and health or which has a significant impact on material values, or that should be taken to ensure the basic needs of the population. On the crisis in any case consider armed conflict and war;
23) the person — a person, in respect of which the candidate or tenderer is a direct or indirect impact of the Group's crucial law, as well as a person who has a decisive influence on the candidate or tenderer or which (like the candidate or tenderer) is another person's decisive influence;
24) negotiated procedure-procurement procedure, in which the Subscriber consult with selected suppliers and with one or more of them will hold negotiations on the terms of the contract;
25) closed competition — procurement procedure in which all interested suppliers may claim the right to participate, but the offers shall be entitled to submit only candidates that the Subscriber is invited;
26) technical reference: any European standardisation bodies, other than official product standards established in accordance with the market needs custom procedures;
27) General Agreement — one or more principals and one or more suppliers (or procurement procedure of the successful tenderer and one or more subcontractors) agreement, which aims to identify and characterize the period lockers contracts and to lay down rules, under which they will be closed (in particular with regard to price and, where appropriate, in respect of the amount);
28) report — a report that reflects the progress of the procurement procedure.
2. article. The purpose of the law this law aims to ensure: 1) procurement transparency;
2 supplier of free competition), as well as equal and fair treatment;
3) effective use of funds the client, reducing the risk of the principal maximum.
3. article. The scope of application of the law (1) this law shall apply to the works, supply and service contracts which have as their object: 1) goods specially designed or modified for military use, and is to be used as weapons, ammunition or military equipment, including military goods referred to in the special list in accordance with the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union article, and 346. components and parts;

2) security objectives for goods, including ingredients and components, which include protected information, processing or otherwise related to such information;
3) works, goods or services directly related to these parts 1 and 2 of goods referred to in any stage of their life cycle;
4) works or services directly intended for military purposes or such buildings or the provision of services, for which the information is protected information.
(2) the provisions of this law shall also apply to works, supply and service contracts, the objective of which is the national armed forces unit security needs (for example, transport, warehousing, health services, food and security needs required the construction works) and concluded that the country is not a Member State of the European Union, in a situation where troops deployed outside the territory of the European Union and international operation, or for the provision of international training contracts concluded with suppliers operating in this area of operations or training.
(3) if the subject of the contract is both the goods, services or works, subject to this Act and the goods, services or works, subject to the public procurement Act or the public service Act, the purchase and the objective it is possible to separate out any part of the contract, which is not the subject of this Act, and to conclude individual contracts, the Subscriber is entitled to apply the law, not applying public procurement law and public service provider procurement law.
(4) if the subject of the contract is both the goods, services or works, subject to this Act and the goods, services or works which are not the subject of this Act and in addition to the public procurement Act or the public service Act, the purchase and the objective it is possible to separate out any part of the contract, which is not the subject of this Act, and to conclude individual contracts, the Subscriber is entitled not to apply this law.
(5) the customer shall not apply to public procurement law and public procurement law of service providers, even if the subject matter of the contract is the subject of this Act and this Act does not apply to the Subscriber of the third paragraph of article 6 of the procurement procedure, laid down in the seventh and the procedure set out in part for the award of contracts in accordance with article 4 of this law or in article 6 of the first subparagraph.
4. article. Exceptions to the application of the law (1) this law shall not apply to procurement contracts concluded by the Subscriber of the Republic of Latvia or its derived public persons with a subscriber of another country that by concluding contracts, the work or the respective foreign derived public person (derived public persons assimilated individual), on behalf of: 1) this law article 3, first paragraph, point 1 and 2, as well as to the goods referred to in paragraph 4, works or services;
2) works or services directly related to article 3 of this law, the first subparagraph of paragraph 1 and 2 of those goods.
(2) this Act does not apply when procurement contracts awarded under: 1) specific procedural rules under international agreements entered into by one or more Member States of the European Union and one or more States which are not Member States of the European Union;
2) special procedural rules according to international agreements on troop deployment, which refer to the Member State of the European Union suppliers or suppliers of a country which is not a Member State of the European Union;
3) the particular procedure of an international organisation, whether or not a Member State of the international organisation shall sign a contract with the principal international organisations established vendor that the contract granted by the international organization in question in accordance with that procedure, or its principals will award the contract in accordance with that procedure;
4) of two or more States implement the cooperation programme, which focuses on research and development to create new articles, or required in the future for this product or a part of the life cycle. If the agreement for the implementation of such cooperation have concluded only the Member States of the European Union, the European Commission shall communicate information on the research and development expenditure in relation to the total expenditure of the cooperation programme for the distribution of costs between the Member States, as well as for each Member State to be part of the purchase.
(3) this Act does not apply if the customer contracts: 1) land, existing buildings or other immovable property or lease purchase or other acquisition of the right to such real estate to any financial means;
2) arbitration services and services that are provided for conciliation;
3) financial services, except insurance services;
4) individual services under employment contracts;
5) research and development services other than those for which the service is fully paid and used for their own purposes only to the Subscriber.
6) supplies, services or works of intelligence and counter-intelligence activity;
7) supplies, services or works in the country, which is not a Member State of the European Union, the situation in which troops are deployed outside the territory of the European Union and international operations or international training for procurement contracts concluded with suppliers that operate in this area of operations or training.
(4) this Act does not apply if the customer in case of its application should provide such information, the disclosure of which could cause harm to national security, and has received the Cabinet's permission.
5. article. The estimated contract price determination (1) the estimated contract price determined before launching a procurement procedure, as the Subscriber planned total payment for performance of the contract by the supplier may be obtained from the client and other persons. The customer, planning a total consideration, take into account any choice and any additions to the agreement, all obligations of the agreement, taxes payable (excluding value added tax), as well as prizes and payment amount if the client provides candidates, tenderers or participants grant awards or payments.
(2) it is not allowed to split parts of works projects, expected delivery or service to avoid the application of this law. The estimated contract price determination is not allowed to use a method that focuses on the application of this rule.
(3) the estimated contract price the contract works are all works or structures, including the total value of the supplies and services contract price, which needed for the execution of the works contract and which the customer intends to take or give the works the artist. The client does not add the works contract for the contract price for the supplies and services the expected contract price, which does not require a specific execution of the contract works, if so you can avoid the application of this law the contracts for supplies or services.
(4) If the alleged works or service contract can be divided into parts, while closing a contract for each part, the estimated contract price is defined as the sum total of all the parts. The principal of this law shall apply to each part, when the share of the total amount is equal to the corresponding article 6 of this law in the first part of the above contract price limits or higher. The parts where the total estimated contract price is less than 20 percent of all part of the total estimated contract price, the customer is entitled to apply the provisions of the procurement procedure, that would cover these parts according to article 6 of this law, given the estimated contract price, if this part of the estimated contract price is less than the contractual price of the Cabinet of Ministers set boundaries, or not to apply the procurement procedures, if this part of the estimated contract price is less than this law, article 6 referred to in the first paragraph of the contract price.
(5) If made buy similar goods while closing a number of supply contracts that they have contracts for parts, the estimated contract price is defined as the sum total of all the parts. The principal of this law shall apply to each part, when the share of the total amount is equal to the corresponding article 6 of this law in the first part of the above contract price limits or higher. The parts where the total estimated contract price is less than 20 percent of all part of the total estimated contract price, the customer is entitled to apply the provisions of the procurement procedure, that would cover these parts according to article 6 of this law, given the estimated contract price, if this part of the estimated contract price is less than the contractual price of the Cabinet of Ministers set boundaries, or not to apply the procurement procedures, if this part of the estimated contract price is less than this law, article 6 referred to in the first paragraph of the contract price.
(6) the estimated contract price supply contract which provides for the lease, lease-purchase or installment-purchase shall be determined as follows: 1) contracts that are subject to time limits: (a)) where their term is 12 months or less, the total contract price, as the duration of the contract, b) where a period is longer than 12 months, the total contract price, as the duration of the contract, taking into account the residual value;
2) open-ended contracts or contracts that may set a time limit, not — as the expected monthly payment multiplied by 48.

(7) the estimated contract price service contracts shall be determined as follows: 1) contracts of insurance services as insurance premium payable and other forms of remuneration total amount;
2) service contracts, which includes construction, architecture or civil engineering and modeling, as fees for services, commissions and other remuneration the total amount.
(8) if the service contracts do not indicate the total contract price, the estimated contract price shall be determined as follows: 1) contracts that have a time limit, not exceeding 48 months: the total contract price for the duration of the contract;
2) in the case of contracts for an indefinite period or, for a period exceeding 48 months — as expected monthly payment multiplied by 48. (9) if it is closed to regular delivery or service contracts or a certain period of time the term of the contract is extended, the estimated contract price determined by: 1) than in the previous 12 months in the previous fiscal year or another other one kind of contract following a total real value, in the light of the coming 12 months, the possible volume and value changes;
2) as the next 12 months following the first delivery or the next financial year (if it is longer than 12 months) following one another other kind the total estimated contract value.
(10) If the estimated contract includes both supply and services, the expected contract price is defined as the total amount of the supplies and services, regardless of their amount. In this case, the foreseeable contractual price also includes goods for incorporation and installation costs.
(11) the estimated contract price agreed in the General case, it is common for all the expected contract price the contract General agreements.
6. article. Procurement procedures and application (1) the subscriber who is the subject of public procurement law, the third part of this article in specific procurement procedures and the seventh part of this article, the procedure laid down in the award of contracts shall apply where the supply or service contract, the contract price shall be equal to 20 000 LVL or larger and works contract contract price is equal to or greater than 120 000 lats. The switch works, supply or service contracts, when the contract price is less than the above contract price limits, but equal to or more than 3000 pounds of supplies and services and equal to 10 000 LVL or larger in the case of works contracts, the subscriber who is the subject of public procurement law, the purchase shall be made in accordance with the ninth and tenth part. The client, which is a public service subject to the law of purchases, the third part of this article in specific procurement procedures and the seventh part of this article, the procedure laid down in the award of contracts shall apply, if the works, supply or service contract, the contract price is equal to the contract price of the Cabinet of Ministers set boundaries or higher.
(2) the customer is entitled to apply the third subparagraph in specific procurement procedures and the seventh part of this article, the procedure laid down in the award of the contracts, even if the works, supply or service contract, the contract price is less than the first part of this article set out in the contract price.
(3) the following procurement procedures: 1) closed competition;
2) negotiation procedure;
3) competitive dialogue.
(4) the client works, supply and service contracts are entitled freely to choose a closed tender or negotiated procedures, publication of a contract notice.
(5) the customer is entitled to apply the competitive dialogue, if the contract is concluded is considered particularly difficult and the client is significant risk that he will not be able to grant contracts or general arrangement in a closed tender or negotiated procedure, publication of a contract notice. The contract is considered to be a particularly complicated if there is at least one of the following criteria: 1) the customer is not possible to objectively prepare it according to the requirements of the technical specifications in accordance with article 19 of this law, the fourth part 2, 3 or 4, and it can not choose the best offer in a closed tender or negotiated procedure, publication of a contract notice;
the principal objective 2) it is not possible to determine the project's legal or financial solutions.
(6) the customer is entitled to apply to the negotiated procedure, without publication of a contract notice, in accordance with article 53 of this law in the following cases: 1 if the prior call to purchase) a procedure is not applied for or offers or procurement procedures have been submitted documents not corresponding to the requirements laid down in the tenders and the procurement rules of the Treaty are not significantly different from the previously announced purchase of the relevant procedures laid down in the contract is fulfilled the necessary requirements. At the request of the European Commission sends its message to a Subscriber;
2) If a prior call to the procurement procedure is submitted to the procurement procedures laid down in the documents irrelevant offers, purchase contract terms are not significantly different from the previously announced purchase of the relevant procedures laid down in the contract is fulfilled the necessary requirements, and if the customer is invited to participate in the negotiations, only those applicants who have prior call concerned a procurement procedure is excluded from participation in a procurement procedure in accordance with article 44 of this law and meet the designated qualification requirements;
3) military or security in the event of a crisis, if it is not possible because of the urgency to apply a closed tender or negotiated procedures, publication of a contract notice, even if the customer uses all this legal application and the shortening of the period for the submission of tenders;
4) If Subscriber unforeseeable extraordinary circumstances (such as natural disasters or emergency) result in an objective situation in which, for reasons of extreme urgency, it is not possible to apply a closed tender or negotiated procedures, publication of a contract notice, even if the customer uses all this legal application and submission of tenders, shortening options – so far as is necessary to prevent an emergency. These circumstances justifying the emergency situation, must not be dependent on the action of the principal;
5) when, for technical or for reasons connected with protection of exclusive rights, the contract may be concluded only with certain suppliers;
6) if the object of the contract is a research and development services;
7) if the subject of the contract are goods manufactured only for research and development, unless they are made in most, to evaluate their outlets or cover the research and development costs;
8) if the customer requires additional supply from the original supplier of the goods (the manufacturer) to supplement or partially replace the existing goods or equipment because by choosing other goods suppliers (producers), the Subscriber should buy goods that are technically different from the already existing goods, and such difference created by the product or equipment maintenance and operating difficulties. This agreement, as well as the duration of the contract may not exceed five years. In exceptional cases this time limit may be extended in the light of the goods to be supplied, or the expected use of the system, as well as technical difficulties may arise in another supplier (manufacturer) choice;
9) if the subject of the contract is the supply of goods are quoted on and which the customer buys stock;
If the customer has the option of 10) with particularly favourable terms to purchase goods from a supplier of goods, which, closing a business, hosting the sale, or of the liquidator or insolvency administrator on sale of property of the bankrupt merchant in accordance with the laws and regulations in the field of insolvency;
11) if the customer requires additional works or services which were not included in the original contract or construction projects, but unpredictable circumstances, become necessary for the performance of a contract concluded in advance, and is subject to the following conditions: (a) the total contract price of additional) procurement contracts shall not exceed 50 per cent of the contract price of the contract, b) necessary additional works are performed or services previously signed contract performer, c) for additional works or services cannot be technically or economically separated from the main contract concluded previously proposed works or services without major difficulties or additional customer works or services are essential to the performance of a contract concluded in advance, although they may be separated from this contract works or services provided;

12) if the subject of the contract is a repeating previously provided for in the contract concluded by the works or the provision of services that are trusted for this Treaty to the performers and the necessary works or services are in conformity with the previously signed contract is based on an existing project. This provision applies where the original contract closed tender, negotiation procedures, publication of a contract notice or invitation to dialogue, if the contract notice is for repeat contracts and determining the estimated contract price, taking into consideration also the necessary works or service value. These rules can be applied to a period of five years from the conclusion of the original contract. Exceptionally, these provisions can be applied over time, subject to the goods to be supplied, or the expected use of the system, as well as the technical difficulties that may arise in the other case the choice of the supplier;
13) if the Subscriber requires air and water transport services of the armed forces or security forces deployment abroad, if the contract shall be awarded to the supplier who offers a guarantee the validity of such a short time that it is not possible to apply a closed tender or negotiated procedures, publication of a contract notice, even if the customer uses all this legal application and the shortening of the period for the submission of tenders.
(7) if the contract concluded for this law, 2. the services referred to in the annex, the Subscriber is entitled not to apply this statutory procurement procedures, but it does apply to this law, 19, 34, 43, 52, 54, 55 and 56 provisions. The client making a purchase before you publish your website on the internet for the purchase notice, specifying the period for the submission of tenders and the place where the technical specifications are available.
(8) if the subject of the contract is the law both Annex 1 and annex 2 of this law, referred to in this law, the principal in the procurement procedure if this law 1. services referred to in the annex to the contract price exceeds this law, 2. services referred to in the annex to the contract price. If this law. services referred to in annex 2 of the contract price exceeds the law 1. services referred to in the annex to the contract price, the customer shall apply to this article, the provisions of part 7.
(9) if the supply contract or service agreement contract price equal to 3000 dollars or more, but less than 20 000 lats and works contract estimated contract price is equal to 10 000 lats or more but less than 120 000 lats, the subscriber who is the subject of public procurement law, the purchase is made in respect of at least 19 and 41 of this law, article 52 of the second paragraph of article 1 and paragraph 2 , the fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh subparagraphs, article 54 of the first, fifth and sixth subparagraphs, article 55 and 56, as well as before completing the purchase, unless the purchase complies with the sixth part of this article, in these conditions, shall publish on its website the internet statement on the purchase, specifying the period for the submission of tenders and the place where the technical specifications are available.
(10) a Person who is or has been interested in getting permissions to enter into a procurement contract or the General Agreement or claim to victory, and that in relation to this procurement, the subject of this article ninth part, considers that its rights are infringed or is likely this delict caused any violation of laws, the customer is entitled to appeal against decisions taken by the District Administrative Court of the administrative procedure law. Appeals against decisions adopted by the Subscriber shall not suspend the execution.
7. article. Contract price limit of this law, article 5, fourth and fifth subparagraphs, article 6, first paragraph article 36 in the fourth paragraph of article 37, second, third, fourth and seventh subparagraph of article 58 in the fifth subparagraph, article 63 of the second subparagraph of paragraph 3, third subparagraph, article 67, paragraph 2 of the "a" in paragraph 68 of the first paragraph of article 6 and the second part 2. contract price limits referred to in paragraph shall be determined by the Cabinet of Ministers based on the European Union's international obligations in relation to the contract price limits to be observed by the subscribers, who are public service bodies of the law of purchases. The Cabinet of Ministers shall determine the boundaries of the said contract price at least once every two years to the month after the European Commission has announced in the official journal of the European Union, the relevant contract price.
Chapter II. The General rules for procurement procedures article 8. Preferential agreements (1) If the estimated contract allows it, the Subscriber is entitled to reserve the opportunity to participate in the procurement procedure, only those candidates or tenderers who primarily (more than 50 percent of the average annual number of employees) employ persons with disabilities requiring special working conditions.
(2) the application of the first paragraph of this article, the notification of subscriber contract reference is made to this article.
9. article. General conditions for suppliers (1) reject the Subscriber of the candidates or, if under the laws of Latvia the applicable service may be provided only by natural or legal persons, but it is eligible to provide services under the EU legislation, which it is registered or has its habitual residence.
(2) if it is closed for works or service contract or if the contract also includes the delivery of goods or installation, building a Subscriber is entitled to require the applicant or candidate in the tender application for participation in a procurement procedure for the contract specify the execution of responsible persons, as well as their professional qualifications.
(3) the supplier, which is an Association of persons, are entitled to apply for candidates or to submit proposals. The customer is not entitled to a claim about the specific legal status of such associations, as a candidate to submit the application for participation in a procurement procedure or as the applicant — offer. However, the customer is entitled to require the Association to which the decision to contract, is created for a specific legal status, if it is necessary for the proper execution of the contract.
(4) the supplier, who participated in a previous purchase of the relevant phases of the project or procurement procedures document, are not entitled to participate in the next stages of the same project or in the procurement procedure if the circumstances that the supplier gives advantages in this procurement procedure, thus preventing, limiting or deformation. With the purchase of the phases of the project are understood several consecutive made purchases that support the achievement of a single final.
(5) the client, established by the fourth paragraph of this article, in these circumstances, before the possible rejection of the candidate or tenderer allows it to show that there are no conditions that the candidate or tenderer to give any advantage to the appropriate procurement procedure, thus preventing, limiting or deformation.
10. article. Confidentiality (1) the customer is entitled to impose conditions for the protection of the information, which it passed on to suppliers, together with technical specifications, as well as the time of the procurement procedure. The Subscriber is entitled also apply to suppliers of subcontractors.
(2) if the law provides otherwise, the customer shall not disclose information as a trade secret in accordance with the laws and regulations in the field of business handed over other suppliers.
(3) the supplier's application and offer, as well as documents the supplier pursuant to the provisions of this law, supplement or explain in the application or the information contained in the offer, not the General information and the documents do not display or to be served to persons not related to the application and evaluation of tenders, except persons who, in accordance with the regulations is entitled to inspect the documents and receive them for the performance of the duties of the position.
11. article. The centralised procurement institution purchases (1) the customer may buy the works, goods and services from a centralized procurement institution or get the works, goods and services through it.
(2) if the customer purchases the works, goods or services from a central procurement institutions or receiving the works, goods or services through it, the customer shall be deemed to have been subject to the requirements of this law, if there is one of the following conditions: 1) centralised procurement institution is a subscriber of their respective purchases or arranging the procurement procedure in question has applied the requirements of this law;
2) centralized purchasing institution that is not a Subscriber, has applied that rule appropriate equivalent provisions are provided, as well as in the decision of opposition set out in law and the possibility to appeal against the equivalent options.
(3) the Subscriber may not to apply the requirements of this law, if purchasing it needs as a central purchasing body in the other country of the European Union, which the principal, making the purchase, subject to the requirements of the regulations, which correspond to European Union law on public procurement.

Chapter III. The rules on procurement documents and procurement procedures the range requirements of article 12. Procurement procedures (1) the selection of candidates shall include: 1) the Subscriber's name, address and other information about the customer to be included in the contract notice;
2) procurement identification number;
3) description of the subject of purchase, but in the case of a competitive dialogue needs and requirements;
4) submission of the place, date and time;
5) application requirements and submission of the design, as well as information about the language or languages in which the application is submitted;
6) article 44 of this law, the provisions of this Act or the reference to article 44, as well as submit the information needed to evaluate the suppliers in accordance with those provisions;
7) requirements for the supplier's compliance with the professional activity (article 13), the economic and financial situation (article 14), technical and professional capacity (article 15), quality management systems to be used (article 16), and in accordance with these articles submit specified information necessary to evaluate the suppliers in accordance with specified requirements;
8) candidate evaluation methodology, if you applied this law, article 18, first subparagraph;
9) other information and other requirements laid down in accordance with the provisions of this chapter.
(2) in the invitation to tender and invitation to the closed tender invitation to dialogue and negotiations in a negotiated procedure, publication of a contract notice, shall include at least: 1) a reference to the contract notice published;
2) an indication of the date by which a candidate is entitled to request additional documents;
3) an indication of the period for the submission of tenders, the address to which to send offers, the language or languages in which tenders must be submitted, as well as the requirements for the design, supply and financial quotation form.
4) closed competition and competitive dialogue – an indication of the opening of tenders and the date, time and place, but the negotiated procedures, publication of a contract notice, indicate on the opening of negotiations on space and time, as well as information about the quotation in question in the negotiations;
5) for information on the security, if any, for the term and its extent, the possible ways and conditions of payment in accordance with article 27 of this law;
6) technical specifications (article 19), and other required documents or reference to the website address on the internet where these documents are available, if the customer provides free and direct electronic access to bidding documents and any additional required documents;
7) if necessary, the performance of the contract provisions mainly relating to the protection of the information (article 21), the performance of the contract (article 22), subcontractor contracts (article 23), as well as social conditions or the environment (article 24);
8) where appropriate, an indication of any additional documents to be submitted for testing in accordance with the requirements of the client, in the contract notice or the selection requirements contained in the regulations submitted representations or to supplement the information that they contain. These additional documents required pursuant to this law, articles 14 and 15;
9) an indication of the criteria for the selection of the tender and the evaluation criteria or the significance of the proportion of the order (article 26), if they are not mentioned in the contract notice or the selection rules;
10) if necessary, information on the progress of the electronic auction in accordance with article 25 of this law;
11) contracts or general arrangement project;
12) if necessary, other information and other requirements laid down in accordance with the provisions of this chapter.
(3) the invitation to dialogue shall at least contain: 1) the second paragraph of article 1, 6, 8, 9 and 12 of the report referred to in paragraph;
2) indicated for the commencement of a dialogue space and time, as well as the language or languages in which dialogue will take place;
3) if necessary, information on payments and prizes to participants of the dialogue.
(4) if the procurement documents and additional required documents are available to the Subscriber, but not at the other institution, in the invitation to tender or to negotiate indicates the address at which those documents can be requested, as well as, where appropriate, the date by which it can be claimed, the amount of the remuneration in the light of article 38 of this law, the seventh paragraph, and payment arrangements. About procurement procedures document, the institution responsible for issuing documents issued or circulated without delay after receipt of the request.
(5) procurement documents requested minimum capacity levels, as well as the amount of the claim for performance of the contract the client determines the proportionate to the subject-matter of the contract. Requirements should not lead to unjustified restrictions to competition. The following minimum eligibility requirements included in the notice of contract and procurement documents.
13. article. Compliance with the professional activity (1) the customer is entitled to demand evidence that the supplier is registered, licensed or certified in accordance with its national legislation in which it is registered or has its habitual residence.
(2) If in the case of service contracts, the supplier must be specifically authorised or to be a member of the Organization, specific to the State in which it is registered or has its habitual residence, could provide this service, the Subscriber may request evidence of such authorisation or membership.
14. article. Economic and financial position (1) the customer is entitled to establish minimum requirements in relation to the supplier's economic and financial situation. Supplier in the economic and financial situation in compliance with the requirements mainly can attest to: 1) proof of the credit institution or, if necessary, appropriate professional risk insurance company evidence;
2) financial reporting or financial statement report (if such information is disclosed in accordance with the laws of the country in which the supplier is registered or has its habitual residence);
3) proof of your overall financial performance or, if necessary, financial performance relating to a specific purchase, but no more than the three previous financial years.
(2) a supplier may be based on another host, if it is necessary for the execution of the contract, irrespective of the legal nature of the relations between the. In such a case the supplier proves that the customer will have at its disposal the resources necessary, presenting this certificate or the host agreement on cooperation in the execution of the contract in question. The supplier, which is an Association of persons, also can rely on members of the Association.
(3) the Subscriber notice of contract or procurement document determines which of the first paragraph of this article documents or other documents to be submitted to the supplier.
(4) If justified reasons, the supplier is not able to submit the documents requested by the Subscriber, it is entitled to assert his economic or financial situation with any other documents, if the customer considers them appropriate.
15. article. Technical and professional capacity of (1) the customer is entitled to establish minimum requirements in relation to the supplier's technical and professional ability. Supplier's technical and professional capacity according to the works, supplies or services, the nature of the quantity and the degree of importance mostly can attest to: 1) information about carried out, adding inquiries and reviews of the most important jobs in the five previous years. These statements include details of the scope of the works, the structure types, expiration date, and location, as well as that all the work is performed according to the relevant regulations and properly completed. Where necessary, the construction contractor such certified statement shall be submitted directly to the Subscriber;
2) information about essential things about what supplies or services provided in the five previous years, indicating the amounts and recipients (whether public or private). The information added to the buyer's feedback, except if the buyer has been a private person, and feedback is no longer possible to get. In this case, the supplier's declaration is added;
3) information on technical staff or institutions responsible for quality control, but if works, will be performed by technical personnel or institutions that will be involved in carrying out the works;
4) a description of the technical equipment and the means used by the supplier or service provider for ensuring quality of studies and trials, as well as rules on the use of intellectual property;
5) inspection carried out by the contractor or its supplier of goods on behalf of the competent institution of the State. This test applies to the production of goods by the supplier or the supplier's technical capacity and, if necessary, to study and test methods and quality assurance measures it will take;

6) documents certifying the suppliers-construction contractor and service provider management educational or vocational qualifications, in particular for persons responsible for the management of the construction works or the provision of services, including within the framework of the supply contract;
7) works and service contracts, description, specifying measures for the environment, which the supplier is able to implement using the contract;
8 information on the participants in the works) and the service provider's average number of employees per year and the number of managerial staff for the last three years;
9) for information on the tools, equipment and technical equipment, the number of staff and their qualifications, as well as supply sources (including their location if they are located in a country other than the Member State of the European Union), which is available to the supplier, the execution of the contract, including the modernisation of the goods to be supplied or adjustment, as well as the necessary additional works, supplies or services in the event of a crisis;
10) evidence of the supplier's ability to deliver protected information in accordance with the laws of information services and the protection of State secrets. For such evidence mainly considers the appropriate category of industrial safety certificate (legal person) and special permission for access to State secrets (natural person) or a description of specific activities information service needs protection;
11) in relation to the items to be delivered: a) samples, descriptions and photographs, the authenticity of which confirms, if the customer requests it, b) quality control authority (whose jurisdiction is recognised in accordance with the laws and regulations in the area of standardisation) certificate that certifies goods meet certain technical specifications or standards.
(2) if the purchase contract includes the execution of work or the provision of services, the supplier's ability to perform work or provide services evaluated, mainly in the light of its experience, qualifications, performance, and reliability.
(3) in the notice of the Subscriber Agreement or procurement documents establish that from the first paragraph of this article documents or other documents submitted by the supplier.
(4) the supplier can rely on another host, if it is necessary for the execution of the contract, irrespective of the legal nature of the relations between the. In such a case the supplier proves that the customer will have at its disposal the resources necessary, presenting this certificate or the host agreement on cooperation in the execution of the contract in question. The supplier, which is an Association of persons, also can rely on members of the Association.
(5) If justified reasons, the supplier is not able to submit the documents requested by the Subscriber, it is entitled to certify their technical and professional capacity by any other document which the customer considers appropriate.
(6) the first subparagraph of paragraph 10 that the requirements for the appropriate category of industrial security certificate (legal person) and special permits for access to State secrets (natural person) the submission of a foreign country or a registered resident supplier is entitled to execute, by submitting proof that its place of establishment or place of residence, the competent institution (Security Agency) has issued a corresponding category of industrial safety certificate (legal person) or special permission for access to State secrets (natural person). In this case, the client requests the constitutional protection Office to provide evidence that the vendor has received the corresponding category of industrial safety certificate (legal person) or special permission for access to State secrets (natural person), which is recognised as valid for use in the Republic of Latvia.
(7) if necessary, the customer is entitled to additional time given to candidates in the first part of the proof referred to in paragraph 10, if this possibility is provided for in the notice and the date of the contract.
(8) in addition to the first part of this article 10 execution of requirements of the customer is entitled to ask the constitutional protection Office, where appropriate, in cooperation with the supplier's registration or the country of residence of the competent institution (safety authority) to test the performance of the contract required the supplier's premises and equipment, production and administrative procedures, the procedures for the circulation of information, as well as details of the supplier's personnel.
16. article. The quality management system, a Subscriber may request to have verified the supplier's quality management system. In this case, the customer shall refer to quality assurance systems that meet specific European certification standards and certified by the institution concerned, which comply with European certification standards. The client recognises equivalent certificates issued by the authorities of the other Member States of the European Union, as well as accept other supplier submitted evidence of equivalent quality assurance measures.
Article 17. Environmental management standards if the customer, taking into account the works or service nature, quantity and significance, in accordance with article 15 of this law, the first paragraph requires that the supplier certifies that by following the agreement, will be able to implement measures ensuring environmental protection requirements, the supplier is entitled to assert it: 1) registering for the eco-management and audit scheme (EMAS);
2) Latvia or another Member State of the European Union the competent institution a certificate attesting its conformity with European or international environmental management standards;
3) with other evidence of equivalent environmental protection requirements for security measures.
18. article. Candidates, and offer the solution to reducing the number of (1) the client may determine the number of candidates invited to submit it offers or to participate in the negotiations or dialogue. In this case, in the contract notice and selection rules indicate the principal objective and non-discriminatory criteria or rules that it will apply, as well as the minimum and, if appropriate, the maximum number of candidates for the invite. Minimum detectable number of candidates invited the three candidates.
(2) the client can determine that the negotiation procedure, publication of a contract notice and the competitive dialogue will take place in successive stages in order to talk or dialog during cut it accordingly or the number of solutions, it will evaluate the proposal in accordance with the established selection criteria. In this case the notice of contract or procurement documents, the client indicates that it will use this opportunity.
19. article. (1) the technical specifications the technical specifications of the procurement procedure are included in the documents. Technical specification provides equal opportunity to all applicants and should not lead to unjustified restrictions to competition in procurement procedures.
(2) the technical specifications for works contracts is a technical description of the aggregation that defines customer requirements for materials, goods, technical equipment or items and describes the materials, goods, technical equipment or objects so that their acquisition, they match the customer's intended purposes. These descriptions include environmental protection requirements, design requirements (including requirements for access to persons with disabilities), conformity assessment and performance requirements, production processes and methods, safety regulations, quality assurance, terminology, symbols, dimensions, validation rules and methods, requirements for packaging, labelling and user instructions. The technical specifications also include provisions on the inspection and acceptance of works, the requirements for carrying out the works methods and technologies and other technical rules foreseen by the contractor for the construction of works or in General, or the materials and articles which are intended for use in construction.
(3) the technical specifications for supply and service contracts contain the necessary supplies and services requirements, such as quality levels, environmental requirements, design requirements (including requirements for access to persons with special needs), performance requirements, product usage requirements, safety requirements, dimensions, symbols, terminology, validation rules and methods, the requirements concerning the name of the item with which it is sold, packaging and labelling of , user instructions, production processes and methods as well as methods for the determination of compliance. Service contracts, in addition to the fixed service objectives, the methods and resources used (if necessary), as well as a result.
(4) the technical specifications drawn up in one of the following ways:

1) with reference to the second and third subparagraphs the following technical specifications and standards in the following order: Latvian National Standard status in European standards, adapted to European technical approvals, common technical specifications, the Latvian national standard capacity adapted to international standards, international standards, other technical reference systems established by the European standardisation bodies or, if these standards, national standards, national technical approvals or national technical specifications and the manufacturer developed and mutually recognized specifications, standards in the military area (the industry standard, which may not be publicly available information), or similar goods of military technical specifications. Each reference shall include the words "or equivalent";
2) defining functional requirements or performance requirements, which may include environmental requirements. The requirements formulated precisely to the applicant to establish the subject of the contract and the client — to compare the tenders;
3) defining functional requirements or performance requirements in accordance with paragraph 2 of this part and with reference to the specifications under point 1 of this paragraph, to ensure compliance with the functional requirements or performance requirements;
4) with reference to the specifications under point 1 of this part, but other requirements as determined by functional requirements or performance requirements in accordance with paragraph 2 of this part.
(5) if the customer prepares technical specifications in accordance with the fourth paragraph of this article, in point 1, it does not reject the offer because the offered product or service doesn't meet the referenced standards or technical specifications if the tenderer with the manufacturer's documentation or certification issued by the competent authorities of the results of the inspection shows that the offer is equivalent to and satisfy the customer's requirements, expressed in the technical specification. The meaning of this article, the competent institution considers the European standard of Latvia or another State of testing and calibration laboratories and certification and inspection bodies.
(6) if the customer shall prepare technical specifications, defining the functional or operational requirements, it does not reject the offer which meets the Latvian National Standard status in the European standards, adapted to European technical approvals, common technical specifications, international standards, other technical reference systems established by the European standardisation bodies, the national standards or to other technical reference systems, if those standards, technical specifications or reference system determined the same functional requirements or performance requirements that specified by the Subscriber. In such a case, the tenderer in his tender to the manufacturer's documentation or certification issued by the competent authorities of the results of the inspection show that the proposed works, goods or services that meet the above standards, technical specifications or reference systems, satisfy the customer's specified functional requirements or performance requirements.
(7) if the customer environmental requirements defined as functional or as operational requirements in accordance with the fourth paragraph of this article, it shall be entitled to apply the detailed specifications established by European, multinational or any other labels or specifications, if: 1) these specifications are sufficient to describe the goods or services that are the subject of the contract to be expected;
2) eco-label requirements drawn up on the basis of scientific information;
3) eco-label approved, using procedures that are entitled to participate in all interested parties: public authorities, consumers, manufacturers, distributors and environmental organisations;
4) eco-label specifications are available to all interested parties.
(8) the application of the seventh part of this article, the Subscriber is entitled to point out that it accepts that the goods or services that have an eco-label that complies with the requirements in the technical specifications and bidding documents to the requirements indicated. In this case, the Subscriber as the equivalent evidence of compliance with the technical specifications and the requirements of the procurement procedure to the requirements indicated in the documents adopted also manufacturer's documentation or the competent authority issued the certificate of the results of the inspection.
(9) If it is not decisive for the existence of the subject of the contract, technical specifications shall not indicate the specific origin of the special process, brand, patent or of specific types of goods, certain suppliers or products benefits or reasons for the rejection. In exceptional cases, such a reference may be included if it is not possible to produce sufficiently accurate and clear description of the subject of the contract in accordance with this article, the fourth and fifth. In this case, the reference is used in conjunction with the words "or equivalent".
20. article. Offer variants (1) If the offer criteria defined at the choice of the most economically advantageous tender, the Subscriber is entitled to provide for the possibility to submit a tender variants.
(2) a Subscriber in the notification of the contract specifies, or are allowed to submit tenders variants. Without such references offer variants is not permissible.
(3) the principal procurement documents the minimum requirement level offer options and specific requirements for specifying variant offer.
(4) the principal consideration only offer choices that meet the minimum requirements.
(5) if the procurement procedures intended to conclude a supply or service contract and the client is allowed to submit a tender version of this article, according to the second subparagraph, it does not reject the offer variation, based solely on the fact that in the case of supply check the supply contract will be concluded service contract or service agreement in place supply contract.
21. article. Information (1) If an application or a tender preparation or in the implementation of the contracts, the supplier must create, acquire, store or use the protected information, Subscriber notice of contract or procurement documents indicates all the purchase contract elements associated with protected information, including whether the relevant information as information service, confidential, secret or top secret information in information, as well as all the requirements for the protection of protected information pursuant to laws and regulations information service needs and the protection of State secrets.
(2) the customer specified requirements for the protection of protected information fully apply to any vendor who as a candidate or tenderer intends to participate or participate in the procurement procedure, as well as to that of the supplier, insofar as those requirements for subcontractors are associated with the execution of the transferred subcontractor contracts.
(3) the Subscriber notice of contract or procurement document determines which of the fourth paragraph of this article, the documents or other documents to be submitted to the supplier to demonstrate the ability to deliver protected information in accordance with the notice of contract or procurement procedures the requirements indicated in the documents.
(4) the supplier's ability to deliver a notice of contract or procurement documents specified requirements can prove with primarily: 1) a statement that it and the subcontractors indicated in the tender will ensure protected information acquisition for the duration of the contract and after its end in accordance with your specified requirements;
2) proof that the performance of the contract, the supplier of the fourth paragraph of this article referred to in paragraph 1 shall submit proof of each subcontractor is not indicated in the tender, but will be involved in the performance of the procurement contract;
3) description of specific activities information service needs for the provision of protection or appropriate categories of industrial security certificate (legal person) and special permits for access to State secrets (natural person), issued to the supplier and the subcontractors indicated in the offer (if the subcontractor must be created, to be obtained, stored, or you must use protected information), a certified copy of it;
4) proof that the performance of the contract, the supplier will submit this article to the fourth principal part referred to in paragraph 3 of the documents in respect of each of the subcontractors of the supplier that is not indicated in the tender, but will be involved in the performance of the contract before the contract of engagement of subcontractors if the subcontractor must generate, acquire, store, or use information protected.

(5) the fourth paragraph of this article 3 and 4 above for the appropriate category of requirements of industrial safety certificate (legal person) and special permits for access to State secrets (natural person) the submission of a foreign country or a registered resident supplier is entitled to execute, by submitting proof that its place of establishment or place of residence, the competent institution (Security Agency) has issued a corresponding category of industrial safety certificate (legal person) or special permission for access to State secrets (natural person). In this case, the client requests the constitutional protection Office to provide evidence that the vendor has received the corresponding category of industrial safety certificate (legal person) or special permission for access to State secrets (natural person), which is recognised as valid for use in the Republic of Latvia.
(6) in the procurement procedure, the successful tenderer's failure to satisfy the requirements specified by the Subscriber information protected is the basis for the Subscriber to derogate unilaterally from the agreement. Procurement procedures the tenderer in the subcontractor's failure to satisfy the requirements specified by the client of the protected information is the basis for the protection of the customer ask the procurement procedure to the successful tenderer in accordance with the procedure laid down in this Act to replace the subcontractor.
22. article. Security for performance of the contract (1) the customer is entitled to lay down requirements to be met by suppliers, the performance of the contract, to provide the client the necessary works, supplies and services contracts, including the time limit set in the crisis, according to the requirements of the customer (hereinafter referred to as security for performance of the contract). The supplier's ability to provide security for performance of the contract mainly can attest to: 1) information on the use of goods and services and transfer restrictions and information on the limitations of the message on goods and services to which the disclosure relates to a Subscriber. The supplier shall also specify such information resulting from export controls and safety rules;
2) documents attesting to the supplier's ability to get strategic product license or other documents granting the right to perform strategic export, transit of goods and the transfer of the licence or other document is required under the laws and strategic movement control. Such documents may include: (a) information on the above activities) the same supplies of goods, (b)), the competent institution documents proving the ability of the supplier to obtain relevant licences, certificates or other documents (such as the competent institution documents proving that the supplier has previously received the licences, certificates or other documents, or to the competent authorities the issue of reference or equivalent on the supplier's right to obtain the relevant licences, certificates or other documents the specific situation) , c) information for all licensing and certification requirements and other restrictions applicable to the goods, their components and parts, as well as an assessment prepared by the supplier on its conformity with the requirements of the law, which lays down the requirements for the said licenses, certificates or other documents;
3) documents which certify that the vendor uses for the organizational measures and the persons involved in the conduct of the delivery location provided in accordance with this article of the contract performance security requirements, as well as with the proof of the fact that the supplier will ensure that organisational measures and referred to the delivery of persons involved in location change during the execution of the contract will not affect the performance of the contract the customer's security requirements;
4) proof that the supplier will provide the works, supplies or services to the extent that the customer may be required in the event of a crisis. The client in the event of a crisis on the necessary additional works, supplies or services with the addition of the supplier may agree;
5) documents issued by the competent authorities of the supplier country and demonstrating the ability of the supplier in the event of a crisis under the first paragraph of this article, the requirements concerning the works, supplies or services;
6) proof that the supplier in accordance with the notice of contract and procurement documents requirements upgrade or adjust your products;
7) proof that the supplier will notify the client in time about changes of the works, supplies or services to the Organization, the activities of the supplier, as well as the supply chain where such changes may affect the performance of the contract;
8) proof that the supplier will not be able to ensure the performance of the contract, it will transfer all customer funds necessary spare parts, components and parts production, equipment checks, as well as technical drawings, and instructions for use of the license. If necessary, on the conditions of transfer, the client may agree with the supplier.
(2) in the notice of the Subscriber Agreement or procurement documents establish that from the first paragraph of this article documents or other documents submitted by the supplier.
(3) the principal does not determine the obligation of the supplier to submit such documents, on which the Member State of the European Union should undertake not to apply the strategic goods export, transit or transfer control rules, which are under international agreements or European Union law and the applicable decisions of the appropriate license, certificate or other document issued at the time of adoption.
23. article. Subcontracting (1) does not restrict the supplier the customer free choice of subcontractors for the provision of performance of the contract, unless the customer requires subcontracting contracts with subcontractors that are not associated with the tenderer (hereinafter unrelated subcontractors), under the third, fourth and sixth.
(2) if necessary, the client can determine that the tenderer in his tender shall indicate which parts of the agreement will be to complete related subcontractors, all uncommitted subcontractors involved, this subcontracting subject as well as obligation during the execution of the Treaty to notify the customer of any changes regarding the unrelated subcontractors.
(3) the Subscriber may make it possible to determine the responsibility of the procurement procedure, the successful tenderer shall apply the provisions of chapter IX of the Act in respect of all subcontractors ' contracts by the tenderer in the tender intend to conclude with subcontractors, or not related to part of them.
(4) the principal may determine that the procurement procedure to the successful tenderer in the parts of the volume contract is released to the subcontractors, unrelated in application of this law, the provisions of chapter IX. The client determines the minimum related subcontractors execute the transferred amount to the agreement (taking into account the subject of the contract to be concluded, the contract price, the industry and the level of technical development, as well as the level of competition in the market), expressed as a percentage and specify as the value range that does not exceed the maximum limit of 30 percent of the total contract price the contract.
(5) if the customer applied the fourth paragraph of this article, it also obliges applicants: 1) offer part of the contract, which they plan to release unbound subcontractors to perform in accordance with the fourth paragraph of this article the requirements;
2) offer in all parties concerned, as well as to notify the customer of any changes with respect to related parties, including the changes that occurred in the purchase agreement or general agreement.
(6) the applicant in addition to the minimum related subcontractors execute the transferred amount of the contract, determined in accordance with the fourth paragraph of this article, may provide related subcontractors put more contract execution. The client can determine the obligation of the applicant in this case, the offer specify unrelated subcontractors for the performance of the contract in addition to the parts, as well as those of subcontractors. Subscriber in respect of those parts of the contract that the tenderer provide execution in addition to put unrelated subcontractors, may extend the provisions of the third subparagraph of article.
(7) any claim by a Subscriber shall be determined in accordance with the second, third, fourth and sixth, it includes in the notice of contract and procurement documents. If the application of this article, the provisions of part three of the principals in the notice of contract and procurement documents contain an indication of the possibility referred to in the third subparagraph the obligation, but a decision on the determination of responsibility for certain parts of the contract that the tenderer intends to release unbound subcontractors, shall be adopted when evaluating submitted tenders.

(8) the client notice of contract and procurement documents can provide for himself the right to reject a procurement procedure by the successful tenderer in accordance with article 60 of this law rules select subcontractors on the basis of the same requirements that a Subscriber notice of contract or procurement documents specified by the suppliers. Subscriber notice of contract or procurement documents clarify that procurement documents requirements apply to subcontractors suppliers and which documents have to be submitted to demonstrate compliance with those requirements.
(9) If the Subscriber, subject to the provisions of the eighth part, rejects the procurement procedure of the successful tenderer selected subcontractors, it shall inform in writing the applicant about the reasons for the rejection of the subcontractor. In such a case, the Tenderer chooses another subcontractor in accordance with article 60 of this law.
(10) the Subscriber notice of contract and procurement documents may provide for the obligation of the procurement procedure to the successful tenderer in accordance with customer requirements and criteria in the procurement procedure, the successful tenderer shall contain a notice on the subcontracting of additional requirements, as laid down under the eighth part of this article.
(11) the application of the provisions of this article shall not affect the applicant's responsibility for the execution of the purchase agreement, with which the client has entered into an agreement.
24. article. Obligations relating to taxes, environmental protection, employment protection and working conditions (1) the principal procurement documents may specify the institutions where candidates or tenderers may obtain information about applicable rules relating to taxes, environmental protection, employment protection and working conditions in the administrative area in which the works will be carried out or supplied services.
(2) if the client indicates in the first part of that authority, it documents the procurement procedure, to require the applicant indicates that in the offer takes into account the provisions in the relevant administrative territory governed by the appropriate working conditions and labour protection.
25. article. Application of an electronic auction (1) If the technical specifications can be determined very accurately, in a closed tender and negotiation procedure, publication of a contract notice, the customer has the right to provide check before applying the electronic auction. The electronic auction may be held before the offer choices within the General Agreement in accordance with article 55 of this law.
(2) electronic auction object can be: 1) price or price and technical specifications characteristics referred to the new value, if the bid selection criterion is that of the most economically advantageous tender;
2 If the offer price) only the selection criteria is the offer with the lowest price.
(3) in the notice of contract, the customer States that it will apply the electronic auction and bidding documents: 1) electronic auction object characteristics, if these characteristics are measured and the value can be expressed in figures or percentages;
2 any value limits) (you can submit and change), taking into account the subject of the contract technical specifications;
3) information, which will be made available to applicants during the electronic auction and, if possible, when the information will be put;
4) necessary information relating to the Organization of electronic auction;
5) rules, applicants must comply with the electronic auction, in particular as regards minimum standards for the auction, which will be requested, if necessary;
6) the necessary information on the use of electronic equipment, interface specifications and the organization.
26. article. The tender selection criteria (1) the following criteria for the selection of the offer: 1) the most economically advantageous tender taking account of supplies or the execution of the contract terms, operating costs and other costs, the efficiency of the work, product or service quality, aesthetic and functional characteristics, environmental requirements, technical advantages, availability of spare parts, contract performance security, price and other factors related to the subject of the contract, which must be specifically expressed and objectively comparable or assessed;
2) offer with the lowest price.
(2) the most economically advantageous tender the check case subscriber notice of contract or procurement documents indicates all the evaluation criteria and their percentage or numeric values, as well as procurement documents indicate the choice of algorithm of the tenders in accordance with these criteria and describe how each will be assessed from the specified evaluation criteria. Criteria and the proportion assigned numeric values can be specified within a certain range. If the client it can be justified that it is not possible to determine the proportion of evaluation criteria and the numerical values, the client specifies all of the assessment criteria in order of importance.
(3) if the customer applies the competitive dialogue, the selection criteria of the tender, it shall determine the most economically advantageous tender.
27. article. The tendering security (1) the customer is entitled to request that the applicant submit or in the security of contributions, unless: 1) refers to all applicants equally and without exception;
2) procurement documents are laid down in the amount of the tender security and the deadlines.
(2) the tender security shall be determined reasonable, taking into account the estimated contract price of the purchase and the object of the contract, but not exceeding five percent of the estimated contract price.
(3) the term of the tender security shall determine proportionate, taking into account the complexity of the procurement and tendering deadline, but it may not exceed six months from the date of opening.
(4) security of the supplier is entitled to submit as a bank guarantee, insurance, or if the customer such opportunity is anticipated procurement documents, the amount of money lodged in an account specified by the customer.
(5) the tender security shall be in force for the shortest of the following deadlines: 1) procurement procedures documents offers a set of minimum guarantee period;
2) if the client acknowledges a successful applicant of the procurement procedure, until the day when the successful tenderer has lodged the security agreement (if such is provided for in the procurement documents);
3) up to the conclusion of contracts.
(6) collateral paid subscriber or subscriber charge the applicant the amount of the tender security if: 1) the tenderer withdraws his tender during the period of validity of the tender security;
2 the tenderer whose offer) is chosen in accordance with the criteria for the selection of the offer, the Subscriber has not submitted within the time limit set by the procurement documents and contracts as provided for in the contract;
3 applicants who quote) is chosen in accordance with the selection criteria of the tender, did not sign the purchase agreement or the agreement of the principal General within the prescribed period.
Chapter IV. Purchase the Commission article 28. Procurement Commission (1) the subscriber who is the subject of public procurement law, article 6 of this law referred to in the third subparagraph of the procurement procedure and the seventh part of the purchase referred to in the buying Commission be established. The provisions of this chapter do not apply to the customer, which is the public service subject to the law of purchases.
(2) the procurement Commission creates each purchase basis or for a specified period, or as permanent functioning institutions. Purchase a Commission composed of at least three members.
(3) the procurement Commission, created by the Subscriber ensure that this Commission would be competent for it procurement, for which the contract and, if necessary, purchase all the members of the Commission had received proper category special permission for access to State secrets. Purchase by the Commission in the performance of their duties, shall be entitled to call on experts.
29. article. Purchase the basic principles of the activities of the Commission (1) the members of the Commission and of the Procurement experts may not represent the interests of the candidate or tenderer, and must not be associated with a candidate or tenderer. For the purposes of this part, a member of the Commission and the expert is associated with a candidate or tenderer, if he is a legal person: 1) — candidates, tenderers or subcontractor — current or former officer, employee, Member, or shareholder and if this relationship with the legal person run out of the last 24 months;
2) legal persons: the candidate, the applicant or a subcontractor, shareholder, which owns at least 10 percent of the shares, the Member or officer's father, mother, grandfather, grandmother, child, adoptive parent, the adopted grandchild, brother, sister, half-brother, half-sister, spouse (relative);
3) natural persons — candidates, tenderers or subcontractor — kin.

(2) the purchase of the members of the Commission and experts in relation with the candidate or tenderer shall apply also in the case where the candidate or tenderer is a personal association, whose members are natural or legal persons with which the Member of the Commission or expert is the first part of this article 1, 2, and 3. the obligations referred to in paragraph 1.
(3) the evaluation of applications submitted Before the initiation of the procurement Commission members and experts sign a declaration that there are no circumstances which would lead to believe that they are interested in a particular choice of the candidate or tenderer or activity or that they are associated with the first part of this article. The members of the Commission and experts in the work of the Commission the purchase involved later, signature proof before purchasing or expert members of the Commission in the performance of their launch.
(4) the Commission shall Purchase application and evaluation of tenders and decide on the offer of one or more of the choices as well as recorded in the purchase process.
(5) Procurement Commission shall select candidates and assessed candidates and their submitted tenders in accordance with the procurement documents, this law and other laws. Purchase decision is binding on the customer, if the purchase contract is concluded or general agreement.
(6) the Chairman of the Commission Procurement organizes and directs the work of the Commission, meetings of the Commission shall determine the place, time and agenda, convene and chair the meetings of the Commission.
30. article. Purchase the decision-making procedures of the Commission (1) the procurement decisions of the Commission. Purchase Commission is valid if its sitting on at least two-thirds of the members of the Commission, but not less than three members. Purchase Commission decisions shall be taken by a simple majority. If the purchase of the members of the Commission a number of votes equal distribution, the President shall have a casting vote.
(2) If the tender selection criteria defined in the economically most advantageous tender, each Member of the Commission of the purchase offer valued individually by all procurement documents, the following evaluation criteria. The most economically advantageous tender it recognises the proposal that, in compiling the individual reviews, won the highest rating.
Chapter v. And the compliance with the tender provisions of article 31. Prior information notice and the notice on the buyer profile (1) Subscriber may publish the previous informative notice in accordance with article 36 of this law the second part, or publish it to the buyer profile. This publication is mandatory if the customer uses the abbreviated term for the submission of tenders in accordance with article 37 of this law in the eighth. The previous information notice shall specify: 1) supply contract, the agreement or the General Agreement and the total estimated contract price that the customer is going to close down within the next 12 months on specific [referring to purchase nomenclature (CPV)] trade group;
2) for service contracts, the contract or the General Agreement and the total estimated contract price that the customer is going to close down within the next 12 months for a particular service category;
3) in the case of works contracts, the contract or the General characteristics of a general agreement, that the Subscriber is going to close.
(2) a Subscriber shall be published prior information notice in accordance with article 36 of this law the second part or published on the buyer profile as soon as possible after adoption of the decision on the need to make a purchase.
(3) Before the client publishes the previous Advisory announcement buyer profile, it submitted to the procurement monitoring Bureau for publication of the notice on a buyer profile in accordance with article 36 of this law the second part.
(4) the provisions of this article shall not apply to this law, article 6 of the sixth part of the cases referred to.
32. article. Contract notice and notice of the amendment, the termination of the procurement procedure or interruption (1) publish a notice of the Subscriber Agreement, if applicable internal competitions, negotiated procedures, publication of a contract notice or competitive dialogue.
(2) the customer shall publish a notice concerning amendments, termination of the procurement procedure or stop if it amends the procurement documents or extend certain application or the submission of tenders, or terminating or suspending the purchase procedure.
(3) the customer shall publish a contract notice and the notice of amendment, termination of the procurement procedure or termination in accordance with article 36 of this law the second part.
33. article. Notice on the subcontracting (1) in the procurement procedure, the successful tenderer shall publish a notice on the subcontracting if it applied article 60 of this law.
(2) in the procurement procedure, the successful tenderer shall publish a notice on the subcontracting in accordance with article 36 of this law the second part.
34. article. Communication on the results of the procurement procedure (1) the customer shall publish notice of the results of the procurement procedure, if a decision on the purchase of the contract or the conclusion of the General Agreement.
(2) the customer shall publish a notice of the results of the procurement procedure in accordance with article 36 of this law the second part after the conclusion of the contract of purchase, but no later than 48 days after the notice of the applicant in accordance with article 52 of this law the second part, if within that period the procurement contract has not been concluded.
(3) the customer is not entitled to publish a notice of the results of the procurement procedure, if a decision on the conclusion of contracts under the agreement the General in accordance with article 55 of this law.
(4) a Subscriber in the notification of the results of the procurement procedure is entitled not to include information the disclosure of which would harm the public interest, particularly in the defence and security interests or would thus be in violation of the supplier's legitimate commercial interests or fair competition rules.
35. article. Voluntary statement of the results of the purchase (1) the customer is entitled to publish the notice of voluntary acquisition results of application of this law in exceptional cases, and article 6 of this law, the sixth and the seventh part in addition to the cases referred to in article 34 of this law in the first part of the publication of this notice.
(2) the voluntary statement of the results of the procurement is published so that interested parties can challenge the validity of the purchase that the error made by the Subscriber without applying the appropriate procurement procedure and without publication of a contract notice, and at the same time prevent this law article 69 the consequences referred to in the first subparagraph.
(3) the voluntary statement of the principal results of the purchase shall be published in accordance with article 36 of this law the second part.
36. article. Publication of notice (1) article 31 of this law in the first and third subparagraphs, article 32 in the first and second subparagraphs, the first subparagraph of article 33, article 34 and in the first paragraph of article 35 of the notification referred to in the first subparagraph and shall lay down the procedure for preparing the Cabinet of Ministers.
(2) the Subscriber and the procurement procedure is concerned, the successful tenderer referred to in the first paragraph of the notice (except the previous informative notice if Subscriber it published on the buyer profile) prepare and submit to the procurement monitoring Bureau for publication using the publication management system. Procurement monitoring office one day after the first paragraph of this article in the place of receipt of the notification the procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet.
(3) a Subscriber in the notification referred to in the first paragraph shall be published in the national language.
(4) If the estimated contract price to works, supply and service contracts is equal to the contract price of the Cabinet of Ministers set boundaries or greater, the procurement monitoring Bureau at the insertion of the communication procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet sent it for publication in the official journal of the European Union.
(5) the client and in the procurement procedure, the successful tenderer shall have the right to publish this article in question referred to in the first paragraph of the notice of the procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet, as well as specify that notices sent for publication in the official journal of the European Union, even if this law does not impose an obligation to publish such notifications.
(6) the procurement monitoring Bureau in its homepage on the internet puts information about it, or by sending a notice of publication in the official journal of the European Union, it is used in the official journal of the European Union of the electronic documents system and the Subscriber can use this law, article 37 of the 10th and the 12th part of paragraph 1, first sentence, in particular shortening the period for the submission of applications.

(7) the procurement monitoring Bureau publication management system stores the information about the date of the first paragraph of this article submitted for publication notices, placed in the procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet and, if it is determined by this law, sent for publication in the official journal of the European Union. The subscriber retains in the official journal of the European Union sent proof of publication of the notice in the official journal of the European Union, if a publication is determined by this law. Publication management system and saved from the supplement to the official journal of the European Union received receipts in the event of a dispute, there is evidence for the publication of notices.
37. article. Application and deadline for the submission of tenders (1) Subscriber, determining the application or the submission of tenders shall take into account the possible complexity of the contract and the time required for the selection of candidates for a document or for the preparation of tenders, as well as the limits of the law.
(2) a closed tender procedure, publication of a contract notice and in the competitive dialogue application deadline after the contract notice published in the procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet may not be less than 37 days, if the estimated contract price to works, supply and service contracts is equal to the contract price of the Cabinet of Ministers set boundaries or higher. If the estimated contract price to works, supply and service contracts is less than the contractual price of the Cabinet of Ministers set boundaries, application period may not be less than 25 days from the date on which the contract notice published in the procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet.
(3) the principal may amend the bidding documents, if you do not change the essential qualifications or other requirements. If the procurement documents amended and passed half of this is referred to in the second paragraph of article or a longer time, the deadline for submission of applications after the notification on amendments published in the procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet may not be less than 21 days, if the estimated contract price to works, supply and service contracts is equal to the contract price of the Cabinet of Ministers set boundaries or higher. If the estimated contract price to works, supply and service contracts is less than the contractual price of the Cabinet of Ministers set boundaries, application period may not be less than 13 days from the date of notification of the amendments published in the procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet.
(4) in a closed competition for the submission of tenders after invitation to tender sent to selected candidates must not be less than 40 days, if the estimated contract price to works, supply and service contracts is equal to the contract price of the Cabinet of Ministers set boundaries or higher. If the estimated contract price to works, supply and service contracts is less than the contractual price of the Cabinet of Ministers set boundaries, time limit for submission of tenders must not be less than 25 days from the date of the invitation.
(5) the negotiated procedure, publication of a contract notice and in the competitive dialogue the Subscriber agree to all of the selected candidates for the submission of tenders. If the customer cannot agree with the applicants for the submission of tenders, it sets a time limit for the submission of tenders, which once sent the invitation to negotiate or submit a tender, not less than 30 days, or 15 days if such a term is a reasonable justification for the abbreviation.
(6) the principal may amend the bidding documents, if you do not change the essential requirements laid down in the invitation to tender. If the procurement documents amended, pasūtītājsvienoj with all of the selected candidates for the submission of tenders.
(7) the customer is entitled to extend the application and set deadlines for the submission of tenders, by publishing notice of the amendment or termination of the procurement procedure or by sending stop repeating the call for tender or to negotiate. If the estimated contract price to works, supply and service contracts is equal to the contract price of the Cabinet of Ministers set boundaries or greater, the minimum period for which the contractor is entitled to extend the time limit for submission of applications is seven days. This extension of time limits is not considered amendments to the procurement documents in the third and sixth sense.
(8) if the customer has published previous information notice, the minimum tender offer closed period is 36 days from the date of the invitation to submit a tender sent to selected candidates. If additional time is a reasonable justification for the abbreviation, the Subscriber is entitled to determine the period for the submission of tenders, of not less than 22 days. In this case, the customer shall store all documents justifying the term abbreviation.
(9) in the eighth, part of this article, these minimum deadlines for the submission of tenders to provide prior information notice contains all the information provided in the notification to the extent it was available at the time of publication, and if such prior information notice or a notice on the buyer profile, submitted for publication in accordance with article 36 of this law the second part, published in the procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet and sent for publication in the official journal of the European Union of not less than 52 days and not more than 12 months before the date on the contract notice published in the procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet and sent for publication in the official journal of the European Union.
(10) If the notice is prepared and sent to the official journal of the European Union, through the official journal of the European Union of the electronic document system, this article, second paragraph, first sentence, that the deadline for submitting applications for a closed competition, negotiated procedures, publication of a contract notice or the invitation to dialogue, may be shortened by seven days.
(11) if the date of procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet published in the notice of contract, the Subscriber ensure free and direct electronic access to procurement documents and any additional required documents, in the fourth paragraph of this article, those periods for the submission of tenders may be reduced to five days. Contract notice specifies the address of the Web site where that information is available. The time limit referred to in this paragraph may apply in addition to the abbreviation for this article the tenth part of the term abbreviation.
(12) if the customer applies for a closed competition or negotiated procedures, publication of a contract notice, and in an emergency is not possible to meet the deadlines referred to in this article, the customer can define: 1) time limit for the submission of tenders which may not be less than 10 days from the date on which the contract notice published in the procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet or, if it is determined by this law, sent for publication in the official journal of the European Union via the official journal of the European Union of the electronic documents system. If the notice is sent for publication in the official journal of the European Union, not through the official journal of the European Union of the electronic document system, the final date for submitting an application may not be less than 15 days;
2) closed competition: the deadline for the submission of tenders, which is not less than 10 days from the date of the invitation to submit a tender sent to selected candidates.
(13) If, for any reason, technical specifications and other documents or additional information is required, but is not given this law, within the time limits referred to in article 38, or if the offerings may be prepared only by the place of performance of the contract or the procurement of additional documents at the Subscriber, the Subscriber shall extend the deadline for the submission of tenders, giving suppliers the opportunity to obtain all the information necessary for the preparation of tenders.
38. article. Procurement service of documents and additional information (1) the candidate selection rules and all additional documents required for the selection of candidates are available no earlier than the date of procurement monitoring Bureau website has published notice of the agreement and not later than the day after the procurement monitoring Bureau website has published notice of the agreement.

(2) if the customer does not provide free and direct electronic access to procurement documents and any additional documents required, the customer shall circulate or distribute interested suppliers six days after receiving this document request, subject to the condition that the document request is received before the application or the submission of tenders. But interested suppliers are provided the opportunity to get acquainted with the bidding documents to the customer, starting from the notification of the procurement procedure.
(3) If the supplier is interested the times requested more information about candidate selection requirements, the Subscriber as soon as practicable, but not later than four days before the application deadline. If the request is received by the customer later than four days before the end of the application submission period, the Subscriber does not provide the additional information.
(4) If the supplier is interested the times requested more information about the documents listed the procurement procedure requirements for the preparation and submission of tenders, the client shall provide it as soon as possible, but not later than six days before the expiry of the time limit for submission of tenders. If the candidate is timely requested that additional information this law, article 37 of part 2 of the twelfth in the case referred to in the paragraph, the Subscriber as soon as practicable, but not later than four days before the expiry of the time limit for submission of tenders. If the request is received by the customer later than the above additional information within the time limits, the Subscriber does not provide the additional information.
(5) if the customer provides additional information, that all suppliers who have received the documents, the procurement procedure shall forward this information at the same time, including the FAQ. If the customer provides free and direct electronic access to the documents of the procurement procedure, it simultaneously with the additional information is sent to the supplier who asked her a question, put this information on the website on the internet that are available in the procurement documents, including the FAQ.
(6) if the customer has made amendments to the procurement documents, it sends information about the amendment to all suppliers who have received documents for the procurement procedure. If the customer provides free and direct electronic access to documents, the procurement procedure that inserts this information website on the internet that are available in these documents. The client sends this information to the supplier or place it in your homepage on the internet no later than the day after notice of the amendment, the termination of the procurement procedure or suspend presented to the procurement monitoring Bureau for publication.
(7) the procurement documents in electronic form are available free of charge. The procurement procedure for the service of documents, which it is not possible to be issued in electronic form, the customer is entitled to charge a fee, not exceeding the actual document reproduction and shipping expenses.
39. article. Information sharing in procurement procedures (1) the client and supplier information exchange is carried out by post, by fax, by electronic means (in accordance with the fifth, sixth and seventh terms listed in section) or by phone (the eighth subparagraph of this article, 1. and 2. in the cases referred to in points) depending on the customer's choice.
(2) the subscriber chooses the means of exchanging information that is generally available to unencumbered access to suppliers of procurement procedures. The customer chooses the documents referred to in this law, the ship that the recipient provides the fastest possible information.
(3) information exchange and storage of information shall be such as to all the applications and data contained in the offers would be protected and the client can verify the application and proposal content only after the time limit set for submitting them has expired.
(4) the time of the application or the date of submission of tenders, opening them the moment the client fails to provide information about other application or tender. Application and evaluation of tenders up to the time of notification of the results to the client fails to provide information on the evaluation process.
(5) If the exchange of information by electronic means are used, the customer can choose the features that are available to the public and are compatible with the ' information and communication technology products, thereby eliminating the opportunity on this basis to discriminate against suppliers.
(6) the electronic equipment used and the application and for the submission of tenders shall apply article 40 of this law.
(7) where the application is submitted and tender electronically, applicants or tenderers shall in accordance with this law, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, and article 44 of the certificates, receipts and other documents to the application or the submission of tenders, if these documents are not in electronic form.
(8) the application of the following provisions: 1) the applications for participation in a procurement procedure can send or communicate in writing by phone;
2) where the application is communicated by phone before the end of the application submission period shall submit written approval;
3) if the application is sent by fax, the customer requires that notice of the customer within the time limit specified in the contract, the supplier shall confirm in writing the application, sending it by post or electronically or submit in person.
40. article. Requirements for electronic delivery of documents by electronic means by which receives applications and tenders procurement procedures, subject to the following provisions: 1) all interested suppliers information is available on the specifications relating to the application and electronic submission of tenders;
2) the electronic document is provided to the appropriate electronic document requirements of the law;
3) can pinpoint the date and time of the procurement procedure applied for or offers;
4) no one can access the documents submitted before the expiry of that period;
5) can detect infringement, if someone is in breach of this paragraph 4 of that ban;
6) only authorized persons have the opportunity to set or alter the received document is open;
7) during the various stages of the procurement procedure for access to the documents submitted, or to part thereof is possible only by authorised person simultaneously perform actions;
8) at the actions of authorized persons can access the documents submitted no earlier than a specified date;
9) and provided access to documents is open only to those authorised persons to which such access is allowed.
Article 41. Procurement report (1) the customer shall document procurement, including procurement procedures, which take place by electronic means, and shall prepare a report of the procurement procedure, after adoption of the decision on the results of this procedure.
(2) the procurement procedures to be included in the report, at least the following information: 1) the name and address of the Subscriber, purchase reference number, type of procurement procedure, as well as an agreement or arrangement, the General subject matter;
2) if the invitation dialog, — justification for the application of the procedure in accordance with article 6 of this law the fifth;
3) if applied to the negotiated procedure, without publication of a contract notice, justification for the application of the procedure in accordance with article 6 of this law in the sixth. If the customer applied the negotiated procedure, without publication of a contract notice, in accordance with article 6 of this law, sixth paragraph 8 or 12, and exceeded the specified limit of the five-year period, including the rationale for the existence of exceptional circumstances justifying that overstaying;
4) if general agreement exceeds seven years — the rationale for determining such a time;
5) If you purchase the Commission, — its composition and their justification;
6) date when the contract notice and prior information notice published in the procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet;
7) candidates or tenderers in the tender requirements, selection criteria, as well as the evaluation criteria in order of importance, or weight, if the criteria for the selection of tenders specified in the economically most advantageous tender;
8) application and submission of tenders, as well as justification for the term abbreviations, if the client closed the contest in accordance with article 37 of this law, an eighth of the offer deadline shorter than 36 days from the date of the invitation to submit a tender sent to selected candidates, or if the customer reduces the time limits pursuant to article 37 of this law in the twelfth;
9) the names of the suppliers who have signed up for the selection of candidates and tenderers who have submitted the names of proposals, as well as the prices offered and other information describing the offer;
10) opening space, date and time;
11) the vendor names, which have been designated in accordance with the terms and the selection of candidates invited to submit a tender or to negotiate, as well as the reasons for the decision;

12 the applicant) (the applicant) name under which (or whom) decided to conclude the purchase contract or general agreement, contract price, as well as a summary of the evaluation of the tenders and the selection of the offer;
13) information (if known) or the agreement on the General Agreement part of the procurement procedure, in which the successful tenderer plan to subcontract;
14) the vendor name that the application or offer rejected, as well as the reasons for rejection;
15) if the client decides to terminate or suspend the procurement procedure, the rationale of this decision,.
(3) the Contractor shall prepare the report and inform the applicants of the results of the procurement procedure in accordance with article 52 of this law the second part. If this Law 52. provisions of the second paragraph are not applicable, the contractor shall prepare a report not later than five working days after the decision on the results of the procurement procedure.
(4) a report based on a query is issued within two working days. Other procurement documents, except in quotations, issue a freedom of information act and within the time limit set in order, if this law provides otherwise. Tenders are to be issued to vendors and reportable or other evaluation of the offers to unrelated parties.
(5) the client sends a message to the European Commission, the European Commission requires it.
Article 42. Procurement procedures document storage Subscriber all procurement procedures as well as the original documents, the original offer at least throughout the procurement contracts or general arrangement during operation as well as its framework contracts concluded during operation and two years after the end of the transaction, but not less than five years after the adoption of the decision of the procurement procedure.
Chapter VI. Selection of candidates or tenderers, dialogue and offer the choice of a closed competition, negotiated procedures and the competitive dialogue article 43. Selection of candidates or tenderers (1) specified in the notice of contract, the place and time the supplier submits an application prepared in accordance with the requirements.
(2) the client after the end of the application submission period select the candidates, pursuant to article 44 of this law the exclusion referred to in the provisions of the contract notice and selection of candidates, in accordance with the regulations of this law, 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17 article requirements and other requirements laid down in accordance with article 12 of this law, as well as respecting the law in accordance with article 18, the first part of the assessment of candidates established methodology If the customer intends to reduce the number of candidates.
(3) following the selection of the principal in writing at any selected candidates invited to submit a tender (closed competition) or to participate in the dialogue (in the case of a competitive dialogue) or the negotiations (negotiation procedures, publication of a contract notice, in the event). Invitation to submit a tender in a closed tender and invited to negotiations or dialog includes information and requirements under this law, the provisions of chapter III, or a pointer to the address of the Web site, which lists the documents that contain this information and requirements, if the customer provides free and direct electronic access to bidding documents and any additional required documents.
(4) if the customer reduces the number of candidates, this invite to tender or to participate in the dialogue or negotiations determine the number of selected candidates, which may not be less than the contract notice and selection of candidates specified in the Statute unless a sufficient number of suitable candidates is available.
(5) If the number of candidates who meet the second part of this article to the requirements of is less than the prescribed number, the Subscriber is entitled to call upon the requirements of appropriate candidates.
(6) If the number of candidates who meet the second part of this article to the requirements of is less than the prescribed number and Subscriber believes that it is not possible to ensure sufficient competition, it may terminate the purchase procedure and announce a new procurement procedure, inviting in this procurement procedure the selected candidates to submit a tender or to participate in the dialogue or negotiations, or discontinue a procurement procedure.
(7) the customer shall not be entitled to invite to submit a tender or to participate in the dialogue or negotiation the suppliers who have not applied for or does not meet the eligibility requirements.
(8) the candidates that the Subscriber does not invite to tender or to participate in the dialogue or negotiations in accordance with the third paragraph of this article, it shall, in accordance with article 52 of this law.
44. article. The exclusion of candidates or tenderers in terms of (1) the principal of the candidates or excluded from further participation in the procurement procedure in any of the following cases: 1) if the applicant or candidate, a person who is a representative of the candidate or tenderer or a decision or control in respect of the candidate or tenderer, with the Prosecutor's statement as punishment or judgment of the Court of Justice which entered into force and became the undisputed and not appealable , has been convicted in any of the following offences: (a) bribery, bribery), bribes of embezzlement, bribery, illegal mediation to the benefit of making or commercial bribery, fraud or embezzlement) the Convention on the protection of the European Communities ' financial interests within the meaning of article 1, or money laundering, c) terrorism, terrorist financing, an invitation to terrorism, the threat of terrorism or recruiting and training of the persons the Commission of terrorist acts, a person) participation in the d group , which brings together three or more persons to commit criminal offences, or complicity in the end, the greedy, the following persons made the group a criminal offence, if such groups of people committed criminal offences provided for in the law of deprivation of liberty for a period of not less than four years, e) radioactive or hazardous substances, the strategic value of the goods or other weapons, explosives, or ammunition of the movement across the State border of the Republic of Latvia in any unlawful manner;
2) if the customer has received a national security authority finding that the conclusion of contracts with the candidates or tenderers may pose a threat to national security;
3) where the candidate or tenderer in the execution of the contracts concluded in advance, have not noticed them responsibilities that procurement contracts, determined pursuant to this law, article 21 and 22 of the regulations, or has not fulfilled the above conclusion of the purchase contract in the field of security and protection, and subscriber who has been party to the contract, the supplier's breach of the contract in accordance with the provisions of the contracts concluded have deviated from the contract unilaterally and : a) the candidate or tenderer within one year after the client then announced a unilateral withdrawal from the Treaty, in accordance with the procedure prescribed by law has not brought an action against the customer for the performance of the procurement contract, or (b)) the Court judgment which has entered into force and become non-appealable, is recognized by the principals of reasonable conduct;
4) if the applicant or tenderer in Latvia and the country where it is registered or has its habitual residence is the tax debt, including State social security payment of debts, which total more than 100 pounds in each country;
5) where the candidate or tenderer with the competent authority's decision or a court judgment which has entered into force and became the undisputed and non-appealable, is found guilty of a fundamental breach of labour law in which a person without a written employment contract;
6) where the candidate or tenderer has been declared insolvency process, suspended or terminated by the candidate or tenderer economic activity, judicial proceedings on bankruptcy of the candidate or tenderer or it is determined that until the expected end of the contract period the candidate or tenderer will be eliminated;
7) where the candidate or tenderer with the competent authority's decision or a court judgment which has entered into force and became the undisputed and non-appealable, is found guilty of infringement of competition law in the form of a vertical agreement, the purpose of which is to limit the buyer's ability to determine the resale price or a horizontal cartel agreement, except where the relevant institution, found a breach of competition law, of the candidates or is exempted from the fine;
8) where the candidate or tenderer has provided false information to demonstrate compliance with the provisions of this article or under this Act established selection requirements, or, in General, has not provided the information requested;
9) where the candidate or tenderer to whom the specified vendor opportunities candidate or tenderer based to certify the qualifications of candidates or tenderers in the case of compliance with the notice of contract or procurement document requirements are applicable to this part 1., 2., 3., 4., 5., 6., 7., and the conditions referred to in point 8.

(2) if the applicant, tenderer or the first part of this article referred to in paragraph 9 of the supplier's insolvency process is suitable for rehabilitation or other similar measures that focus on the possible bankruptcy of the debtor and the renewal of solvency, the Subscriber shall be entitled, when assessing the possible economic risks and considering the subject matter of the Treaty, decide on the candidate or tenderer is not in the exclusion from procurement procedures in accordance with the first subparagraph of paragraph 6.
(3) in relation to the applicant, the applicant and the first paragraph of this article 9 suppliers referred to in paragraph 1 of part 1, 3, 5 and 7 above, the conditions for exclusion does not apply if: 1) from the date when the become the undisputed and conclusive statement on the Prosecutor's sentence or judgment of the Court of Justice in relation to the first part of this article in the infringement referred to in paragraph 1, before the date of the application is five years;
2) from the date on which the candidate or tenderer is not subject to the obligations laid down in the contracts pursuant to this law, article 21 and 22 of the rules, or when the applicant or tenderer Subscriber has announced unilateral withdrawal from the Treaty and passed the first part of this article, paragraph 3 "a" deadline laid down, or when you become non-appealable in the first subparagraph of paragraph 3 "b" referred to in the judgment of the Court of Justice until the date of the application is three years;
3) from the date when the become the undisputed and non-appealable decision taken by the competent bodies or the judgment of the Court of Justice in relation to the first part of this article referred to in paragraph 5 of the infringement before the date of the application is the last 18 months;
4) of the day become the undisputed and non-appealable decision taken by the competent bodies or the judgment of the Court of Justice in relation to the first part of this article referred to in paragraph 7 of the infringement before the date of the application is the last 12 months.
(4) the applicant demonstrates that it can not be excluded from participation in a procurement procedure: 1) in accordance with paragraph 1 and the first subparagraph of paragraph 5, submit a statement of the Interior Ministry's information center or other competent authority of a foreign country, if the candidate or the first part of this article, paragraph 9 of the supplier is registered in a foreign State or foreign country is in the candidate's or supplier's normal residence and which certifies that the applicant is not punished for irregularities and offences referred to in the first subparagraph of article 1 and paragraph 5;
2) in accordance with the first subparagraph of paragraph 4, by submitting a statement, the State revenue service and the tax administration authority in another country in which the candidate and the first part of this article, paragraph 9 of the supplier is registered or in which the applicant and the supplier's domicile, and that certifies that the candidate and the first part of this article, paragraph 9 of the suppliers do not have tax debt including the State social insurance compulsory contribution to the debt, which totals more than 100 pounds in each country;
3) in accordance with the first subparagraph of paragraph 6, by submitting a statement, the companies registry or equivalent commercial register authority in another country in which the candidate and the first part of this article, paragraph 9 of the supplier is registered and which certifies that the candidate or tenderer and the first part of this article, paragraph 9 of the suppliers are not declared insolvency process and they are not wound up.
(5) the customer shall verify whether the applicant can not be excluded from participation in a procurement procedure: 1) in accordance with the first subparagraph of paragraph 2, request the opinion of the applicant, and of the first paragraph of article 6, paragraph 9 of the constitutional protection office supplier's national security authority, if the purchase contract performance is related to national security;
2) in accordance with the first subparagraph of point 7, checking the information on the candidate and the first part of this article referred to in paragraph 9 of the supplier of the competition Council's website on the internet.
(6) the customer is entitled to obtain information in connection with the first part of this article, paragraph 3, requesting information on the applicant and on the first paragraph of this article 9, paragraph a supplier subscribers who switch to other procurement contracts in the field of security and protection.
(7) if any documents the supplier can demonstrate that to him and the first part of this article, the supplier referred to in paragraph 9 shall not apply in the first part of this article contains the conditions or are not issued with these documents is not sufficient to demonstrate that the supplier and the first part of this article, the supplier referred to in paragraph 9 of this article does not apply to the circumstances provided for in the first subparagraph, such documents may be replaced by a sworn or If the oath at the national laws do not provide for the same vendor, or the first part of this article referred to in paragraph 9 of the supplier's receipt of the Executive or the competent judicial authority, a notary or a competent jury concerned organization the registration or the country of residence.
(8) if the customer establishes that all candidates be excluded from participation in a procurement procedure in accordance with the first paragraph of this article, the rules and therefore the purchase procedure is terminated in accordance with article 51 of this law, the first paragraph, the Subscriber is entitled not to apply the first subparagraph of this article, 3., 4., 5., 7. the exclusion referred to in paragraph 1, the provisions of the relevant candidates and the first part of this article 9 suppliers referred to in paragraph If they can prove that they have taken steps to eliminate the consequences of the violation and to prevent the violation from recurring. For such evidence to be considered, such as the replacement of the persons for which the candidate or tenderer has the right of representation or decision-making or control in relation to the candidate or tenderer.
Article 45. The examination of this information and the right to request additional information (1) the certificates and other documents that this law, in article 44 shall be issued by the competent authorities in the cases, the client accepts and recognizes when they are issued not earlier than three months before the date of submission.
(2) the customer is entitled to verify the information submitted, including the competent institution publicly available databases and other publicly available sources. This right also applies to cases where a Subscriber notice of the purchase contract determines what documents the performance of the requirements for certification.
(3) if the customer has obtained information in the second part of this way and the information obtained points to the candidate or tenderer is not in compliance with the notice of contract and procurement documents, the principal shall inform the applicant or applicants, and it is entitled to submit a certificate or other document relating to the fact that proves the compliance of the candidate or tenderer.
(4) the customer is entitled to ask to the supplier or competent body supplement or clarify the certificates and documents submitted to certify compliance with the notice of contract and procurement documents.
(5) if the customer has any doubt about the authenticity of the copy of the document presented, it requires that the candidate or tenderer shall present the original of the document or a certified copy of a document or other certified document derivatives.
Article 46. The progress of the dialogue (1) the invitation to dialogue at the place and time specified by the Subscriber with the selected candidates begin a dialogue, which is entitled to discuss with them all the aspects of the contract.
(2) during customer Dialogue with each of the candidates discussed individually. Subscriber ensure equal treatment for all candidates, as well as any candidate does not create favourable conditions.
(3) the Subscriber without the consent of the applicant shall not disclose other candidates in their suggested solutions, information that is a trade secret, as well as other information transferred to the Subscriber by the candidates.
(4) if the customer in accordance with article 18 of this law the second part has determined that dialogue goes in successive stages in order to reduce the number of solutions to be discussed, it applied the notice of contract and procurement procedures laid down in the tender documents, evaluation criteria and decide on one or more of the rejection of the solution got the lowest rating. In any case, the remaining solution must be sufficient to ensure competition as long as sufficient customer needs with the appropriate solution is available.
(5) the customer shall continue the dialogue until a solution has been developed or solutions that meet the customer's particular needs.
(6) the principal switch dialog and inform all of the selected candidates by sending an invitation to submit a tender on the basis of the solution or solutions, which were developed and specified during the dialogue. Customer invitation indicates that all projects be included in the tender for the execution of the required elements contained in the detailed solution.
(7) the Subscriber for the submission of tenders in the invitation to tender shall be determined in accordance with article 37 of this law in the fifth.

(8) the customer is entitled to grant the dialogue participants payments for participation in dialogue and awards for the best solutions are developed, if the Subscriber of such payments and award of prizes is foreseen in the contract notice or in the invitation to dialogue.
47. article. Submission and opening of tenders, opening of negotiations (1), the supplier shall submit the offer to match the requirements of the Security (if required) at the place and time specified in the invitation to tender or invitation to tender closed in.
(2) open the tenders submitted by the subscriber immediately after the expiry of the time limit for submission of tenders at the time and place specified in the invitation to tender or invitation to tender closed in. For opening the client meet. This meeting is open.
(3) the submission of tenders shall be opened in order, naming the applicant, at the time of the offer, and the offer price (if required) other details that characterize the offer.
(4) the supplier shall submit an initial offer of negotiations and in accordance with the requirements of the Security (if required) at the place and time specified in the invitation to the talks in a negotiated procedure, publication of a contract notice.
48. article. Talks offer verification and selection (1) in a closed tender and tender dialogue subscriber check the conformity of the tender requirements and chooses the appropriate offer or offers in accordance with the selection criteria of the tender.
(2) the negotiated procedure, publication of a contract notice, the client shall consult with the applicant submitted tenders to bring it into line with the requirements and the selection of the best tender in accordance with established criteria for the selection of the offer.
(3) during the negotiations the Subscriber ensure equal treatment for all tenderers and ensure equal access to information on procurement. The client fails one tenderer does not create favourable conditions.
(4) if the customer in accordance with article 18 of this law the second part has determined that the conversation goes in successive stages in order to reduce the number of tenders to be discussed in the negotiations, it will apply the notice of contract and procurement procedures laid down in the tender documents, evaluation criteria and decide on one or more of the rejection of tenders, which got a lower rating. In any case, the remaining number of tenders must be sufficient to ensure competition as long as sufficient customer needs offers are available.
(5) competitive dialogue applicants may offer to explain, clarify and finally to match customer demand, if it is necessary for checking the conformity of tenders and selection. The following clarification, clarification, coordination and the provision of information should not lead to major changes in conditions that are included in the tender or the call for tender, and thus limit competition and promote discrimination.
(6) if necessary in compliance of the bid submitted for examination in accordance with the requirements or evaluation in accordance with the established criteria for the evaluation of the offer, the Subscriber at the time of evaluation of tenders is entitled to request that is submitted or presented samples of goods.
(7) during the evaluation of the tenders, the client verifies that the quote is not the arithmetic error. If the customer finds such an error, it corrects this error and notifies the applicant that the mistakes corrected. In assessing the tenders, the client takes note revisions.
(8) in assessing the financial offer, the Subscriber shall ensure that the financial offer includes all taxes paid in relation to those of the Treaty, irrespective of the person who intends to pay, excluding value added tax. If the client finds that the financial offer does not include these taxes, calculated on the principal plus a financial offering. Clarification of the tender and the contract price specified by the Subscriber shall notify the applicant that the offer specified.
(9) where, in accordance with the notice of contract and procurement procedures procurement documents is divided into parts, the customer decides to conclude contracts on each part separately. Subscriber notice of the results of the procurement procedure for publication can be submitted for each part separately.
(10) in the case of a competitive dialogue, a Subscriber is entitled to ask that this procurement procedure, the successful tenderer will explain his proposal and confirms the commitment referred to in the offer. The following clarification and confirmation of the commitment not to cause changes to the basic conditions of supply, included in the tender or the call for tender, and thus limit competition and promote discrimination.
(11) where a procurement procedure a successful tenderer refuses to conclude a purchase contract with a Subscriber, the Subscriber decides to conclude the purchase contract with next applicant who has offered the lowest price or submitted the most economically advantageous tender, or suspend the procurement procedure, selecting no offer. If the decision to conclude the purchase contract with next applicant who has offered the lowest price or submitted the most economically advantageous tender, but it refuses to enter into a procurement contract, the Subscriber decides to discontinue a procurement procedure, selecting no offer.
(12) before a decision is taken to conclude a purchase contract with next applicant who has offered the lowest price or submitted the most economically advantageous tender, the Subscriber is assessing whether it and the successful tenderer who refused to close the purchase contract with a Subscriber, together are not considered one market participant within the meaning of the competition act. If necessary, the customer is entitled to request the next tenderer proof and evidence that it and the successful tenderer who refused to close the purchase contract with a Subscriber, shall not be considered as one market participant within the meaning of the competition act. If the next bidder and initially successful tenderer who refused to close the purchase contract with a Subscriber, are considered one market participant within the meaning of the Competition Act, the Subscriber decides to discontinue a procurement procedure, selecting no offer.
(13) if the customer decides to conclude the purchase contract with next applicant who has offered the lowest price or submitted the most economically advantageous tender, the contractor shall inform the competition Council, indicating the specific procurement procedure, as well as news (the name and the registration number or other identifying information, if there is no registration number) for candidates who refused to conclude a contract, and an applicant who has offered the lowest price or submitted the most economically advantageous tender and in respect of which the decision to enter into a contract.
49. article. The electronic auction process (1) if the customer in accordance with article 25 of this law intends to apply the electronic auction it after the initial evaluation of the tenders in accordance with the selection criteria of the tender at the same time invite all tenderers who have submitted compliant tenders by electronic means to submit new prices or value. The electronic auction shall include all necessary information on the individual connection to the auction-use electronic means, as well as the date and time which will be launched in the electronic auction. The electronic auction may take place in several successive stages. It does not take about two working days after the date of the invitation sent to participate in the auction.
(2) in addition to the first part of this article, the particulars referred to in the invitation to the principal electronic auction shall nominate one or more of the following conditions to complete the electronic auction: 1) date and time;
2) condition that the auction will be completed after the last promise, if passed the invitation to electronic auction at the specified time and new promise this time will not be expressed;
3) condition that the auction will be completed when all the calls listed in the phase of an electronic auction will be completed.
(3) if the customer wants to end the auction pursuant to this article in the second subparagraph of paragraph 2 and paragraph 3, calls the electronic auction it indicates for each auction period for the time.
(4) If you plan to choose the most economically advantageous tender, the invitation to the electronic auction adds a scoring summary of tenders. The invitation includes the electronic auction used mathematical formula or algorithm that reflects all the notional values of the criteria and in the light of the original criteria, will determine the redistribution of space using new values submitted and the price or prices only. If you're allowed to offer variants, each version determines its formula.

(5) at any stage of the electronic auction the customer constantly give all applicants news that make them safe at any time to determine their relative location. The Subscriber is entitled to also provide details of other prices or values offered, if it is intended procurement documents. The customer shall be entitled at any time announce the number of participants in the auction also at the stage of the electronic auction, but shall not be entitled to disclose the identity of the members.
(6) the client completes an electronic auction, pursuant to the invitation to the electronic auction in accordance with the second paragraph of this article under certain conditions.
(7) When the electronic auction is complete, the client using these auction results, choose the offer in accordance with the selection criteria of the tender.
(8) the customer is not entitled to use the electronic auction to prevent, restrict or distort competition or to change the subject of the purchase, set in the notice of contract and procurement documents.
50. article. Unreasonably cheap offer (1) the client rejects the applicant's offer if it is in accordance with the procedure laid down in this article establishes that the applicant is not reasonably cheap.
(2) if the tender is given for works, supplies or services the customer is deemed not reasonably cheap, that before the possible rejection of this offer in writing require the applicant a detailed explanation of the relevant offer.
(3) a detailed explanation of the particular can relate to: 1) construction methods, production processes or services costs;
2) designated the technical solutions and particularly beneficial for carrying out the works, the supply of goods or provision of services that are available to the tenderer;
3) proposed works, the characteristics of the goods or services and originality;
4) protection provisions and working conditions in conformity with the site that works are carried out, the goods or services are supplied;
5) applicant opportunities to receive commercial support.
(4) the principal, in consultation with the applicant, shall examine all the third paragraph of this article, these factors, taking into account the evidence submitted by the applicant.
(5) if the customer establishes that a tender is unduly cheap because the applicant received the support of the business, the offer after consultation with the applicant may be refused only on the basis that the applicant can not be set by the client within a reasonable period of time to prove that the business is legitimate support. If the customer refuses, for this reason, it shall inform the European Commission and the procurement monitoring Bureau about the rejection of the offer and rejection reason.
51. article. Termination of the procurement procedure and termination (1) If the specific procurement procedure is not applied for or offers or applicants or tenders submitted do not meet the eligibility requirements, the client decides to terminate the procurement procedure, sends this law, article 52 of the information referred to in the third subparagraph to all candidates or tenderers and shall publish a notice concerning amendment or termination of the procurement procedure. Such a decision may be adopted also in the principal article 43 of this law in the sixth case referred.
(2) the customer shall be entitled at any time to stop the procurement procedure, if it has objective justification. The client sends this law, article 52 of the information referred to in the third subparagraph to all candidates or tenderers and shall publish a notice concerning amendment or termination of the procurement procedure.
(3) if the client decides to terminate or suspend the procurement procedure, that notice of the amendment, the termination of the procurement procedure or termination shall be published no later than five working days after this law, article 52 of the information referred to in the third subparagraph of the dispatch of the candidates or tenderers. If the specific procurement procedure is not applied for or offers, notification of changes, termination of the procurement procedure or termination shall be published no later than five working days after the decision on the termination of the procurement procedure.
(4) if the client decides to terminate the procurement procedure, in accordance with article 6 of this law, the sixth part 1 and 2 can be applied to the negotiated procedure, without publication of a contract notice or, pursuant to article 43 of this law in the sixth, a new procurement tool. If the purchase procedure is interrupted, it is not continued.
52. article. The order in which the candidates and tenderers shall be informed of the results (1) the client within five working days after the decision is taken at the same time inform all candidates of the decision taken with regard to the selection of candidates. The Subscriber for each candidate shall also rejected its application the reasons for rejection. A Subscriber shall inform all candidates of the period within which a person in accordance with this law, article 63 of the second subparagraph of paragraph 1 or 2 is entitled to submit a procurement monitoring Bureau request for procurement irregularities.
(2) a Subscriber within five working days after the decision is taken at the same time inform all tenderers of the decision taken with regard to procurement contracts or general agreement. The Subscriber shall notify the name of the successful tenderer or the designated common names of participants, including: 1) rejected tenderer in the tender submitted, the reasons for rejection, but article 19 of this law the fifth and sixth in the cases set out in part — based on non-compliance or equivalence decision on non-compliance of the tender concerned functional or performance requirements;
2) applicant who submits an appropriate offer, the characteristics of the successful bid, and conditional benefits if the offer criteria defined at the choice of the most economically advantageous tender;
3) the period within which the applicant in accordance with this law, article 63 of the second subparagraph of paragraph 1 or 2 shall be entitled to submit to the procurement monitoring Bureau request for procurement irregularities.
(3) if the purchase procedure is terminated or suspended, the Subscriber within five working days after the decision is taken at the same time inform all candidates or tenderers of all the reasons for which the procurement procedure is terminated or suspended. If the client decides to terminate the procurement procedure in accordance with article 43 of this law in the sixth, the Subscriber shall inform all selected candidates and that the selected candidates in the new procurement procedure will be invited to submit a tender or to participate in the dialogue or negotiations with the selected candidates. The client all the candidates or tenderers shall be informed of the time allowed for the person in accordance with this law, article 63 of the second subparagraph of paragraph 1 or 2 is entitled to submit a procurement monitoring Bureau request for procurement irregularities.
(4) the first, second and third subparagraph shall be deemed for the purposes of the information is provided to all candidates or tenderers at the same time, if the information they passed on the same day.
(5) be informed of the results, the Subscriber is entitled to withhold specific information the disclosure of which could harm the interests of the public, particularly in the defence and security interests, or disclosing this information would violate the legitimate supplier of commercial interests or fair competition rules.
(6) the Subscriber information for the results to be sent by mail, fax or electronically via a secure electronic signature, or served personally.
(7) be informed of the results, the client retains evidence of the transmission of information or due date and type.
53. article. Specific provisions relating to the negotiated procedure, without publication of a contract notice (1) if the customer applies the negotiated procedure, without publication of a contract notice, and negotiating with several suppliers, it ensures equal treatment for all suppliers, as well as equal access to information on procurement. The client fails one tenderer does not create favourable conditions.
(2) the negotiated procedure, without publication of a contract notice, the customer has the right not to apply article 44 of this law in the first part, candidates and tenderers, laid off, with the exception of this law, article 44, first paragraph, point 1 and 2 of the rules laid down. The Subscriber has the right not to apply article 44 of this law is also the first part of paragraph 1 provided for the exclusion of candidates or tenderers in the rules if the only requirements of the candidate or tenderer would be excluded from participation in the negotiated procedure, without publication of a contract notice, in accordance with article 44 of this law, the first paragraph of point 1, but the purchase agreement requires substantial State interests.
(3) the notice of the results of the procurement procedure, the client in addition to any conditions on the basis of which the negotiated procedure, without publication of a contract notice, in accordance with article 6 of this law in the sixth.
Chapter VII. The purchase agreement and the General Agreement in article 54. The purchase agreement and the General Agreement (1) Subscriber switch contracts or general agreement pursuant to the notice of contract and procurement provisions contained in the documents.

(2) procurement contracts or general agreement be concluded no sooner than the next working day following the end of the standstill period, if the procurement monitoring Bureau has 63 of this law in accordance with the procedure laid down in article filed application for procurement irregularities.
(3) this article referred to in the second paragraph of the standstill period is: 1) 10 days after the date of this law, in article 52 that information sent to all applicants by fax or electronically via a secure electronic signature, or transferred to a person, and in addition to one working day;
2) 15 days after this law referred to in article 52. date of dispatch of the information, if any applicant it sent by mail, and in addition to one working day.
(4) a purchase agreement or the General Agreement may conclude, not subject to the second subparagraph, where: 1) the only tenderer has been awarded the contract and not the candidate, who would be eligible to submit an application this Act 63. in accordance with the procedure laid down in article;
2) applied to the negotiated procedure, without publication of a contract notice, in accordance with article 6 of this law in the sixth and article 53;
3) contract under the agreement on the General switch, in accordance with article 55 of this law.
(5) the general agreement concluded for a period of up to seven years. In exceptional cases the Subscriber is entitled to conclude the agreement on the General for a longer time, the light of the goods to be supplied, or the expected use of the system, as well as technical difficulties may arise in another supplier (manufacturer) check. In this case, the notice of the results of the procurement procedure, in addition to the Subscriber shall state the grounds of the existence of such conditions.
(6) the procurement contract shall be concluded for a period of up to five years. In exceptional cases the client has the right to conclude contracts for a longer time, the light of the goods to be supplied, or the expected use of the system, technical difficulties you may encounter another supplier (manufacturer) check, as well as other conditions that directly related to the subject matter of the procurement. In this case, the notice of the results of the procurement procedure, in addition to the Subscriber shall state the grounds of the existence of such conditions.
55. article. The application of the General Agreement and its provisions (1) if provided for in the notice of contract, the Subscriber with a procurement procedure successful tenderer (or successful tenderers) shall be entitled to conclude the General Agreement and the framework to close the purchase contracts. The client does not switch to the General Agreement, if concluded, would impede, restrict or distort competition.
(2) the customer shall comply with this statutory procurement procedure in all its phases up to the conclusion of a general agreement. The client determines the General participants, taking into account the specific criteria for the selection of the offer.
(3) under the agreement general contractor procurement contracts concluded under the fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth part. Under the agreement the general procurement contracts only with those suppliers who as a member of certain general rules of the agreement on the date of its conclusion.
(4) conclusion of General contracts under the agreement, the parties do not make major corrections to the general arrangement, in particular the sixth subparagraph of this article, in the cases provided for.
(5) If the general agreement concluded with a single supplier, under this arrangement the purchase contracts shall be concluded in accordance with the General provisions of the agreement. The conclusion of this contract, the customer may consult the supplier in writing, if necessary, require the supplement offer.
(6) If the general agreement concluded with several suppliers, that number must not be less than three, provided that the market in question is a sufficient number of suppliers who meet the selection requirements laid down, and if it is possible to get a sufficient number of the appropriate offer.
(7) If a general agreement has been concluded with a number of suppliers, procurement contracts under the agreement the General switch in one of the following ways: 1) the application of General provisions of the agreement and not in the evaluation of tenders;
2) repeatedly in the evaluation of tenders in accordance with the provisions of the General Agreement (if necessary, detailing) or other provisions provided for in the initial bidding documents, if the general arrangement is not provided all the necessary conditions for the conclusion of the purchase contract.
(8) the seventh subparagraph of this article, paragraph 2 in the case referred to in the conclusion of the purchase contract, the following procedure shall apply: 1) Subscriber in writing, consult the General Agreement participants;
2) Subscriber shall specify the period, which is sufficient for the submission of tenders in question, taking into account the complexity of the subject-matter of the contract and the time required for preparing tenders;
3) general arrangement, the participant shall submit the offer in writing, and the offer is confidential until the expiry of the time limit laid down for the submission of tenders;
4) Subscriber specific contract concluded with the applicant who submitted the best tender on the basis of the procurement procedure, laid down in the tender documents and the selection criteria.
Chapter VIII. Amendment of contracts and contract personnel and subcontractors involved in the change of article 56. Amendment of contracts (1) a purchase agreement may be amended only in specific treaty or in the cases provided for in this Act.
(2) each of the parties is entitled to request the modification of contracts even if significant unforeseen changes in laws and regulations relating to the performance of the procurement contract, if the change occurs after the expiry of the time limit for submission of tenders and are unavoidable, and independent of the will of the parties and control.
57. article. The performance of the contract involved staff and subcontractors (1) procurement procedure of the successful tenderer's staff that it had involved the performance of the contract, which provided the information and qualification of customer compliance requirements customers have appreciated, as well as subcontractors for which it informed the principals and that certain requirements of the procurement procedure, documents, or subcontractor opportunities to help him walk to show their qualifications in the statement of compliance of contracts and procurement requirements documents After the conclusion of the contract can only be changed with the written consent of the Subscriber.
(2) Subscriber Agreement referred to in the first subparagraph of the staff and subcontractor of any of the following cases where: 1) proposed by the supplier or subcontractor does not meet those notices of contract and procurement requirements laid down in the documents relating to the supplier's personnel or subcontractors;
2) is changed to the subcontractor opportunities procurement procedure based on the successful tenderer, to demonstrate your qualifications for the notice of compliance with the contract and procurement documents requirements and proposed subcontractors do not have at least the same qualifications on which the procurement procedure refer to the successful tenderer certifying its compliance with the procurement procedure;
3) proposed subcontractor complies with article 44 of this law referred to in the first subparagraph the exclusion of candidates or tenderers, subject to the conditions of this law, article 44 of the second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth subparagraph.
(3) if the subcontractor, which replaced a subcontracting contract is awarded in accordance with the provisions of chapter IX of the Act, taking into account, in accordance with article 23 of this law, the fourth part, the customer requirements in the procurement procedure, the successful tenderer shall be granted the right to conclude a new subcontracting in chapter IX of this law. If the subcontractor, which replaced a subcontracting contract is awarded in accordance with the provisions of chapter IX of the Act, taking into account, in accordance with article 23 of this law, the third or the sixth customer requirements, the Subscriber may be obliged in the procurement procedure, the successful tenderer shall be granted the right to conclude a new subcontracting in chapter IX of this law.
Chapter IX. Subcontracting award article 58. Subcontracting award of the applicable regulation (1) If the successful tenderer in the procurement procedure is the principal meaning of this law, it is granted the right to enter into subcontracting in accordance with the procedure laid down in this Act, the application of this law article 6 referred to in the third subparagraph of procurement procedures or the procedures referred to in the seventh part of the purchase, if applicable, in the light of article 4 of this law and article 6, first subparagraph.
(2) if the procurement procedure the successful tenderer is not the principal meaning of this law, it is granted the right to enter into subcontracting in accordance with the procedure laid down in this chapter, if the customer in accordance with this law, article 23 of the third, fourth or sixth it is determined by the obligation to apply the provisions of this chapter.

(3) in the procurement procedure, the successful tenderer shall be entitled to apply the provisions of this chapter, even if it is not obliged to apply those provisions.
(4) the provisions of this chapter apply to subcontracting and award of subcontracting contracts with suppliers who are not related persons by the successful tenderer in the procurement procedure. The meaning of this chapter, the person of the supplier associations-members are related persons.
(5) in the procurement procedure, the successful tenderer of the Act the procedure laid down in article 60 shall apply, if the subcontract them subcontracting or general arrangement, which is intended to subcontract (hereinafter referred to as the subcontractor General Agreement), the contract price is equal to the contract price of the Cabinet of Ministers set boundaries or higher. If the subcontracting agreement or the General Agreement in the subcontractor contract price is less than the contractual price of the Cabinet of Ministers set boundaries in the procurement procedure, the successful tenderer is entitled to conclude a subcontracting contract or subcontractor, not the general application of article 60 of this law.
(6) in the procurement procedure, the successful tenderer for this law, the procedure laid down in article 60 shall not apply in any of the following cases where: 1) the subcontracting lockable complies with this law, article 6 of the sixth part of the conditions for the application of negotiated procedure without publication of a contract notice;
2) in the procurement procedure, the successful tenderer has received the customer's authorisation for that particular subcontracting does not apply article 60 of this law to be followed. The Subscriber is entitled to such authorisation, purchase procedure, given the successful tenderer has applied this law, the procedure laid down in article 60 and the client proves that none of those suppliers who made a subcontracting contract, did not comply with the notice on the subcontracting requirements and therefore the procurement procedure, the successful tenderer will not be able to execute the purchase agreement.
(7) whether or not in accordance with the fifth and sixth part in the procurement procedure, the successful tenderer subcontracting contract awarded by applying article 60 of this law is to be followed in applying this procedure or not, this subcontracting in respect of openness and competition law governing laws and regulations, as well as discriminate against other suppliers (subcontractors).
(8) in order to determine whether a procurement procedure, the successful tenderer must apply this law laid down in article 60 of the subcontracting award procedure in accordance with the fourth paragraph of this article, in the procurement procedure, the successful tenderer shall determine appropriate subcontracting or subcontractor general agreement expected contract price in accordance with article 5 of this law.
Article 59. The test requirements for subcontractors and the criteria for their selection (1) in the procurement procedure, the successful tenderer shall determine all of its subcontractors, which are specified by the Subscriber in accordance with article 23 of this law, the seventh part.
(2) in addition to the requirements laid down in accordance with the first paragraph of this article, in the procurement procedure, the successful tenderer may provide other subcontractors in a non-discriminatory, fair and reasonable requirements that the customer specified in the notice of contract and procurement procedures and documents directly related to the subject of the subcontracting agreement.
(3) in the procurement procedure, the successful tenderer shall lay down the criteria according to which it was from compliant subcontractors will choose one or more subcontractors with whom to conclude a subcontracting contract or subcontractor general agreement.
(4) in the procurement procedure, the successful tenderer shall be entitled to require the subcontractor shall provide or offer support. In this case, the procurement procedures followed the successful tenderer in this law, the provisions of article 27.
(5) in the procurement procedure, the successful tenderer has all the requirements and criteria determined by it under the first, second, third and fourth paragraphs, shall include in the notice of subcontracting.
(6) a procurement procedure before the announcement of the successful tenderer for the subcontracted publishing receives the consent of the customer requirements and criteria, if the customer in accordance with article 23 of this law the tenth part of a notice of contract or procurement documents intend the obligation the notice of subcontracting requirements and criteria to be matched with the Subscriber.
60. article. Subcontracting contract award procedure (1) in the procurement procedure, the successful tenderer shall publish a notice on the subcontracting in accordance with article 33 of this law the second part and in addition to the requirements and criteria laid down in accordance with article 59 of this law, also indicate the subcontractors for the submission of tenders laid down proportionate to the subject of the subcontracting agreement concluded and volume, as well as other provisions in relation to the technical specifications and the performance of subcontracting which it considers necessary.
(2) the subcontractor for the submission of tenders in the procurement procedure, the successful tenderer shall assess the tenders submitted by the subcontractor and shall take a decision on the subcontractor (or subcontractor) chosen for subcontracting or subcontractor general agreement in accordance with the notice on the subcontracting requirements and criteria.
(3) if the client, in accordance with article 23 of this law the eighth is expected to reject the selected subcontractors, purchase procedure, the successful tenderer shall submit for the approval of the decision on the principal contractor (or subcontractor) chosen for subcontracting or outsourcing arrangements, the General conclusion.
(4) if the customer agreed to the decision on the subcontractor (or subcontractor) chosen for subcontracting or subcontractor general agreement or subscriber's consent is not required in the procurement procedure, the successful supplier or subcontractor to subcontract the general agreement with the selected contractor (or subcontractor). The general consensus of subcontractors and subcontracting within the switch under the sixth, seventh, eighth and ninth part.
(5) where a designated subcontractor refuses to conclude a subcontracting contract or subcontractor General subscriber agreement or reject the selected subcontractor in the procurement procedure, the successful tenderer is entitled to conclude a subcontracting contract or subcontract with subcontractor General Agreement who submitted the next most advantageous tender in accordance with the requirements and criteria, subject to the provisions of the third paragraph.
(6) the general arrangement of the subcontractor for a period of up to seven years. In exceptional cases in the procurement procedure, the successful tenderer shall be entitled to conclude the General Agreement of the subcontractor for a longer time, the light of the goods to be supplied, or the expected use of the system, as well as technical difficulties may arise in another supplier (manufacturer) check.
(7) in the procurement procedure, the successful tenderer subcontracting subcontractor General under the agreement concluded in accordance with the provisions laid down therein.
(8) the subcontractor under the agreement the general procurement procedure the successful tenderer subcontracting switch only with those suppliers who as a member of certain subcontractor general arrangement, they concluded.
(9) in the procurement procedure, the selected vendor does not switch the General Agreement of the subcontractor, if its conclusion delayed, restricted or distorted competition.
Chapter x. Procurement monitoring Office article 61. Procurement monitoring Bureau jurisdiction (1) the procurement monitoring Bureau made this law, and the resulting regulatory compliance monitoring.
(2) the procurement monitoring Bureau's legal status, rights and obligations determined by the public procurement law.
62. article. Application to the Commission (1), the Commission of the Application (hereinafter referred to as the Commission) and operational procedures and competence of public procurement law, in so far as this law provides otherwise.
(2) all members of the Commission's officials, who have received special permission from the category approach to State secrets, as well as meet other criteria that the President of the Commission and its members, down public procurement law.
(3) information that is a State secret, the Commission shall examine the national legislation in the field of the protection of professional secrecy laid down in closed session without the participation of others.
Chapter XI. Application for breach of the procurement procedure and the arbitration proceedings article 63. The right to submit an application for procurement irregularities

(1) a Person who is or has been interested in getting permissions to enter into a procurement contract or the General Agreement or claim to victory, and which in relation to procurement covered by this law, considers that its rights are infringed or is likely this delict caused any of the laws of the European Union or other violation of the law is entitled to submit an application for the selection of the candidates or the rules , technical specifications and other requirements that apply to the specific procurement procedure, or on the initiative of a customer or of the procurement Commission (if created) transaction time of the procurement procedure.
(2) the application of the first paragraph of this article the infringements (except in the third paragraph of this article means) the procurement monitoring Bureau you can submit up to purchase the contract or the conclusion of the General Agreement in the following time limits: 1) within 10 days after the date of this law, the information referred to in article 52 is sent to the person concerned by fax or electronically via a secure electronic signature, or transferred to a person;
2) within 15 days after the date of this law, in article 52 that information sent by post to the person concerned;
3) 10 days after the date of this law, article 35 in the first part of the Declaration published in the procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet or in the official journal of the European Union, if the purchase contract price is equal to the contract price of the Cabinet of Ministers set boundaries or higher.
(3) the application of the requirements contained in the contract notice and selection rules, the procurement monitoring Bureau may be submitted not later than four working days before the closing date, but the application of the requirements contained in the closed tender or competitive dialogue in the invitation to tender or negotiated procedures, in the invitation to negotiate procurement monitoring Bureau may be submitted not later than four working days before the expiry of the time limit for submission of tenders.
(4) the application of the procurement monitoring Bureau can be submitted by sending it by mail, fax or electronically via a secure electronic signature, or put on your own. The application shall be deemed to have submitted to the procurement monitoring Bureau in the second and third subparagraphs, the period prescribed if it received during this Office no later than the last day of the period.
(5) the application shall be submitted in writing, and shall be the following: 1) the applicant's name and address;
2 the Subscriber) name and address of the submission;
3) facts which are the subject of the application, specifying the breach;
4) the applicant's claim;
5) legal basis of the application.
(6) the procurement monitoring Bureau within one working day of receipt of the application for procurement irregularities, inserts details of it in your home page on the internet, showing the principal applicant, Subscriber and procurement procedure, which the applicant contests the legality, as well as inform the Subscriber of the administrative proceedings, sending notice of application received and a copy of the application to the customer's specified fax number or electronic mail address, and the client fails to switch contracts or general agreement pending the decision of the Commission on the results of the examination of the application, or the termination of administrative proceedings.
(7) If an application is submitted for a Subscriber with respect to the legality of the procurement procedure and the application of the same procurement procedure before it is submitted by another applicant, but it has not yet been addressed, these applications can be combined and considered together.
(8) the applicant is entitled to withdraw his application, in writing, at any time, as long as the Commission has not taken a decision on it.
64. article. Leaving the application without examination (1) the procurement monitoring Bureau is entitled to leave the application without examination in any of the following cases where: 1) the application does not comply with this law, article 63, first, second, third, or fifth;
2) in the case of a procurement procedure concerning the same subject and on the same basis had already been submitted and examined the application;
3) contained in the application is manifestly insufficient to meet the applicant's requirements or the application is manifestly rejected nature.
(2) the procurement monitoring Bureau decision on the abandonment application without examination may appeal to the District Administrative Court of the administrative procedure law. The case heard by a Court of three judges. Appeal shall not suspend the decision action.
(3) Administrative District Court ruling can be appealed in cassation to the Supreme Court Senate Administrative Department.
Article 65. Examination of application (1) the Commission shall examine the application within one month of receipt of the procurement monitoring Bureau. If objective reasons this time limit cannot be met, the Commission has power to extend it, notifying the applicant and Subscriber.
(2) in considering an application for procurement irregularities, the Commission may by decision: 1) allow to conclude the purchase contract or general agreement and maintain the procurement documents or requirements of a customer decision, if the application is unfounded or unjustified, but the irregularities found by the Commission may not affect a decision on procurement law;
2) prohibit to close the purchase contract, if the customer has not adhered to this law, the requirements of article 52;
3) prohibit the purchase agreement or to conclude a general agreement and cancel the procurement documents or requirements of a customer decision if the application is justified and irregularities found by the Commission could affect the decision on procurement law;
4) to maintain the customer's decision on the termination of the procurement procedure or, if the application is unfounded;
5) cancel your decision on the termination of the procurement procedure or, if the application is based.
(3) the second paragraph of article 2, 3 and 5 in the cases referred to in paragraph the Commission shall decide on the measures to prevent infringements detected. The Commission may ask the contractor to stop purchasing procedure only if the removal of the principal procurement irregularities cannot be avoided otherwise.
(4) if the Commission finds that the application will be rejected without examination, it shall take the decision to end the Administrative Affairs. If the applicant withdraws the application, the administrative procedure shall be deemed to have been dismissed.
(5) the Commission is invited to sit for the examination of the application, the applicant, Subscriber and an applicant whose proposal chosen in accordance with the established criteria for the selection of the offer (hereinafter the participants). The Commission invites the participants to the hearing of the application at least six working days in advance, by sending an invitation to electronically via a secure electronic signature, or by fax.
(6) the Commission consulted all the members present. After hearing the participants continue to work without the presence of participants.
(7) the Commission shall evaluate the application, on the basis of these facts and of participants, if necessary, expert opinion or opinion provided. If the parties have not come to the hearing of the application, the Commission shall examine the application on the basis of the facts available to it. The Commission shall take a decision within three working days and send it to the applicant, Subscriber, as well as the other participants, which participated in the consideration of the application hearing.
(8) the Commission indicates in its decision the Commission's creation: 1);
2) Commission members and experts who participated in the meeting of the Commission;
3), the principal applicant and other participants, the representatives of which participated in the meeting of the Commission;
4) the identification number of the procurement procedure, for the application;
5) facts which are the subject of the application, and the applicant's claim;
6) main applicant and principal arguments;
7 reasons for decision);
8) appropriate legal provisions;
9) customer obligations and time-limits imposed as it enforceable, if the Commission decides on the measures for the prevention of infringements detected;
10) the prohibition or permission to enter into the Subscriber Agreement or the purchase of general agreement;
11) where and what time period this decision can be appealed.
(9) the procurement monitoring Bureau and the Commission's administrative file are not added and the Commission ruling does not reflect information that is a State secret, but points out that this information is known and assessed.
(10) If the Commission has decided on measures to prevent the irregularities detected, the client avoids violations, takes a decision and notify it in accordance with the procedure laid down in this Act, as well as send the procurement monitoring Bureau all the information on the decision and the Commission's prevention of infringements detected.
66. article. Appeals against a decision of the Commission (1) the Commission's decision may be appealed to the participants the District Administrative Court of the administrative procedure law. The case heard by a Court of three judges.
(2) administrative district court decision can be appealed in cassation to the Supreme Court Senate Administrative Department. Other court rulings can be appealed against in accordance with the administrative procedure law.
(3) appeals against decisions of the Commission shall not suspend the execution.

Chapter XII. Procurement contracts or general recognition agreement void, amendment or withdrawal of the rules, contract or agreement in general shortening the article 67. Submission and adjudication of contracts or general recognition agreement void, the provisions of the amendment or cancellation of the contract or the General arrangements, shortening (1) an application for contract or purchase agreement General Declaration of invalidity, amendment or withdrawal of the provisions or the contract or agreement general shortening of this law may be submitted to the first subparagraph of article 63 of the person referred to in the first subparagraph of article 68 in the cases provided for.
(2) an application shall be submitted to the administrative district court, the case of the three judges. The application and consideration of the Administrative Procedure Act apply to the rules, including the rules on public contracts, the Court insofar as this law provides otherwise.
(3) the application of this law, article 68 of the infringement referred to in the first subparagraph the following time limits: 1) six months after the purchase contract or general date of conclusion of the agreement, with the exception of paragraph 2 of this part "a" and "b" cases referred to;
2) within one month after the date on which: (a)) the procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet or in the official journal of the European Union, if the purchase contract price is equal to the contract price of the Cabinet of Ministers set boundaries or greater, published a notice of the results of the procurement procedure, in which the customer is included been a justification for the decision to grant the right to enter into contracts or general agreement without publication of a contract notice, b) Subscriber informed the candidates concerned about buying the contract or the conclusion of the General Agreement application by specifying its reasons for rejecting the applicant of whether the relevant purchase contract or the conclusion of the General Agreement, giving it 52 of this law. the second paragraph of article 1 or 2 of the information referred to in paragraph 1.
(4) at the same time with the application or at the hearing the applicant during the administrative procedure, in the cases stipulated by law and can ask to apply interim measures, for it means defining the prohibition to perform certain activities related to procurement contracts or general agreement.
(5) the administrative district court decision can be appealed in cassation to the Supreme Court Senate Administrative Department. Other court rulings can be appealed against in accordance with the administrative procedure law.
68. article. When you can purchase agreement or the General Agreement be declared invalid, amend or cancel or shorten their terms of contract or agreement of the General time limits (1) the Court may purchase agreement or the General Agreement be declared invalid, amend or rescind it or shorten the contract or general arrangement limit in any of the following cases where: 1) procurement contracts or agreements concluded in General, without applying this statutory procurement procedure or article 6 of this law in the seventh part of a procurement procedure If the Subscriber had to be applied;
2) Subscriber is not according to this law, article 6 of the sixth part, applied a negotiated procedure without publication of a contract notice, or wrongly made the purchase of this law, article 6 of the seventh paragraph in the order;
3) procurement contracts or agreements concluded in General, the awarding of procurement contracts or general agreement that undue publication of a contract notice in the official journal of the European Union;
4) procurement contracts or agreements concluded in General, not subject to this law, article 54, second paragraph, the time limits laid down;
5) procurement contracts or general agreement entered into in violation of this law, article 63 of the prohibition laid down in the sixth part to close the purchase agreement or the General Agreement;
6) purchase contract, according to this law, article 55 of the seventh part, if the contract is equal to the contract price of the Cabinet of Ministers established the borders of the contract price or more.
(2) the first subparagraph of this article 1, 2, and 3. the cases referred to in contracts or general agreement is recognised as void, modification or repeal the rules, do not shorten the contract or agreement of the General term, although in the case of breach of the law, if the following conditions occur simultaneously: 1) the Subscriber has published this law, article 35 of the notice referred to in the first subparagraph;
2) procurement contracts or agreements concluded in General not earlier than after 10 days and in addition to one working day from the date of this law, article 35 in the first part of the Declaration published in the procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet or in the official journal of the European Union, if the purchase contract price is equal to the contract price of the Cabinet of Ministers set boundaries or greater; 
3) have been complied with article 63 of this law in the sixth part of the prohibition to conclude a purchase agreement or the General Agreement.
(3) the first subparagraph of paragraph 6 referred to procurement contracts shall not be recognised as void, modification or repeal the rules, do not shorten the term, although it is allowed in breach of the law, if the following conditions occur simultaneously: 1) the Subscriber has notified the applicant under article 52 of this law;
2) particular contract, pursuant to article 54 of this law the period referred to in the second subparagraph;
3) have been complied with article 63 of this law in the sixth part of the prohibition to conclude procurement contracts.
Article 69. Judgment of the Court of Justice on the purchase agreement or the General Agreement (1) if the Court finds that the purchase agreement or arrangement concluded in General breach of rules of law, and concludes that the application is granted, pursuant to the conditions of this law, even choose one of the following ways: 1) the judgment recognises procurement contracts or general agreement void from the moment of conclusion;
2) amend or revoke the purchase contract or the General rules of the arrangement, which still would have to be enforced. Assuming that judgment, the Court shortens the procurement contracts or general agreement;
3) shortened contracts or general agreement.
(2) the Court, choosing one of the judgments referred to in the first subparagraph, is not connected with the applicant's indicated in the application object and the boundaries of the claim. The Court shall assess that kind of judgment in the case in question is proportionate, effective and dissuasive to ensure that Subscriber do not allow this future violations of the law. The first part of this article, paragraph 3 of the judgment the Court accepts this article only the third and fourth cases referred to.
(3) the Court does not accept the first paragraph of this article, 1 or 2 points, if the judgment is in the public interest, including the national defence and security interests, it is essential to keep the purchase agreement or general arrangement the consequences. The financial consequences (for example, the cost of the absence of enforcement, artist Exchange, penalties, or other legal obligations) in themselves are not considered a sufficient basis for the first part of this article 1 or in the judgment referred to in paragraph 2 shall not, except where they pose a significant threat to important large-scale national defence or security for the implementation of the programme.
(4) if the purchase agreement or arrangement concluded in General, not subject to this law, article 54, second paragraph, the deadline or in violation of this law, article 63 of the prohibition laid down in the sixth part to close the purchase agreement or the General Agreement, and it is found that the procurement procedure and the moment when the decision was taken on the winning discovery, is carried out in accordance with the requirements of this law and that decision is not affected by the applicant's chances of getting the contract who submitted the application, the Court accepts the first part of this article 2 or 3 paragraph of that judgment.
(5) when any of the first paragraph of this article 1 and referred to in paragraph 2 of the judgment, the Court shall decide on the validity of contracts concluded on the basis of the General Agreement.
(6) a copy of the Court judgment shall send the procurement monitoring Bureau.
Chapter XIII. Article 70 of the damages. Damages (1) losses caused by the client in violation of the provisions of this law shall be made in accordance with the administrative procedure law and the public authorities of the damages caused by the law. A case in tort proceedings in order examine the Administrative District Court of three judges.
(2) in the first paragraph of this article, not that the damages can be claimed, at the time applications are submitted, the Court of general jurisdiction in civil law.
(3) if the loss recoveries are prompted with this law the claim provided for in article 67, the Court shall decide the appropriate application and assuming any of this law, article 69 of the judgment referred to in the first subparagraph. The burden of proof for the existence of such damage, and the amount of compensation rests with the applicant. After the date of entry into force of the judgment of such damages may request the civil order.

(4) administrative district court decision can be appealed in cassation to the Supreme Court Senate Administrative Department. Other administrative rulings of the District Court may be appealed against in accordance with the administrative procedure law.
(5) when submitting application to the procurement monitoring Bureau in accordance with article 63 of this law, damages are sought. The damage caused by a Subscriber can request the submission of the application at the Court or with the principals of national regulatory authorities for reimbursement for damage in accordance with the procedure prescribed by law. Procurement monitoring Bureau is not responsible for the damage done to the customer.
Chapter XIV. Statistical reports in article 71. Statistical reports subscriber each year until March 1 to submit to the procurement monitoring Bureau statistical reports in accordance with article 72 of this law.
72. article. Statistical report (1) the content of the statistical report shall contain at least the following information: 1) in accordance with this law the conclusion of works, supply and service contracts and the amount by which the agreements were concluded;
2) concluded it works, supply and service contracts where the total amount of the contract price is lower than this law, article 6, first paragraph, the contract price set boundaries, but which will be concluded in accordance with the requirements of this Act, if the contract price equal to this law, article 6, first paragraph, the contract price set limits or higher.
(2) the first subparagraph of this article, the information referred to in paragraph 1 shall be divided into four categories: 1) after the procurement procedures applied, separately indicating the purchases concluded in accordance with article 6 of this law, the seventh;
2) after this law contract price;
3) for each procedure, in that, item groups and service categories in accordance with the nomenclature of the purchase (CPV).
(3) if the contract concluded on the basis of negotiated procedure without publication of a contract notice, in the first paragraph of this article, the information referred to in paragraph 1 in addition to split categories according to this law, article 6 of the sixth part.
(4) the statistical report shall also include other information, if requested by the European Commission.
1. Transitional provisions article 44 of this law, the first subparagraph of paragraph 3 shall apply where the candidate or tenderer has not fulfilled a purchase agreement, concluded after the entry into force of this law.
2. Article 44 of this law, first paragraph 5 and paragraph 7 shall apply if the offence for which the entry into force and become the undisputed and conclusive decision of the competent authority or a court decision, is done after 3 September 2010.
3. Procurement procedure before the entry into force of this law, promulgated in accordance with the public procurement law or public service procurement the provisions of the Act and subject to this Act, duly completed in accordance with the public procurement law or public service provider procurement law.
Informative reference to European Union directive included provisions in the law arising from the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 July 2009. directive 2009/81/EC coordinating procedures in respect of the contracting authorities or entities acting in the area of security and defence, assign specific works, supply and service contracts and amending directives 2004/17/EC and 2004/18/EC.
The Parliament adopted the law of 13 October 2011.
The President a. Smith in Riga in 2011 on November 2, Protection, and security of shopping Act Annex 1 It service nomenclature with which applicable purchase Protection and security procurement law article 6, in the third paragraph, the procurement procedures set out the number of the Service Category code CPV 1.
Maintenance and repair services, from 50100000 5-50000000 6 to 50884000-5 (except for 50310000 to 50324200 from 1-4 and 50116510-9, 50190000-3, 50229000-6, 50243000-0) and from 51000000-9 to 51900000-1 2.
With external military assistance related services 75211300-1 3.
Protection services, military services and civil defence services 75220000-4, 75221000-1, 75222000-8 4.
Investigation and security services From 79700000-1 to 79720000-7 5.
Transport services-8, from 60100000-60000000 9 to 60183000-4 (except 60160000-7, 60161000-4) and from 64120000-3 to 64121200-2 6.
Passenger and cargo air transport services, except transport of mail services 60400000-2, 60410000-5 to 60424120-from 3 (except 60411000-2, 60421000-5), from 60440000 to 60445000-9-4 and 60500000-3 7.
Mail transport services by land and air, 60160000-7, 60161000-4, 60411000-2, 60421000-5 8.
Rail service from 60200000-0 60220000-6 to 9.
Maritime service from 60600000 to 60653000-0-4 and from 63727000-1 to 63727200-3 10.
Support and services From palīgtransport 63100000-0 to 63111000 – 0, 63120000 – 63121100 – from 6 to 4, 63122000-0, 63512000-1 and 63520000-6370000 from 0 to-6 11.
Telecommunications services From 64200000-8 to 64228200-2, 72318000-7 and from 72700000-7 to 72720000-3 12.
Financial services; Insurance Services From 66500000-5 to 66720000-3 13.
With computer hardware related services From 50310000 to 50324200-4,-1 from 72000000-5 to 72920000-5 (except 72318000-7 and from 72700000 to 72720000-3-7), 79342410-4, 9342410-4 14.
Research and development services, which pays in full and that the same requirements used only for Subscriber, as well as testing and evaluation services From 73000000-2 to 73436000-7 15.
Accounting, audit and accounting services From 79210000-9 to 79212500-8 16.
Management consulting services and related services, with the exception of arbitration services and services provided for conciliation From 73200000-4 to 73220000-0, from 79400000-8 to 79421200-3 and 79342000-3, 79342100-4, 79342300-6, 79342320-2, 79342321-9, 79910000-6, 79991000-7, 98362000-8 17.
Architectural Services; engineering services and integrated engineering services; urban planning and environmental planning services; related scientific and advisory services; technical tests and Analysis Services From 71000000-8 to 71900000-7 (except 71550000-8) and 79994000-8 18.
Building maintenance services and property management service from 70300000-4 to 70340000-6, and from 90900000-6 to 90924000-0 19.
Waste water and refuse services; sanitation and similar services From 90400000-1 to 90743200-9 (except 90712200-3), from 90910000-9 to 90920000-2 and 50190000-3, 50229000-6, 50243000-0 20.
Training and mimic operations services protection and security, 80330000-6, 80600000-0, 80610000-3, 80620000-6, 80630000-9, 80640000-2, 80650000-5, 80660000-8 in the field of defence and security procurement law annex 2 It service nomenclature with which to purchase can be applied in the area of defence and security procurement law article 6 provisions of part of the seventh category number service CPV code 1.
Hotel and restaurant service from 55100000-1 to 55524000-9, and from 98340000-8 to 98341100-6 2.
Additional and related services From 63000000-9 to 63734000-3 (except 63711200-8, 63712700-0, 63712710-3), from 63727000-1 to 63727200-3 and 98361000-1 3.
Legal services From 79100000-5 to 79140000-7 4.
Staff search and provisioning services, excluding the employment contracts of the 79600000-79635000-0-4 (except 79611000-0, 79632000-3, 79633000-0) and from 98500000-8 to 98514000-9 5.
Health and social care services and from 85000000-0 79611000-9 to 85323000-9 (except 85321000-5 and 85322000-2) 6.
Other services