Public Service Procurement Law

Original Language Title: Sabiedrisko pakalpojumu sniedzēju iepirkumu likums

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The Saeima has adopted and the President promulgated the following laws: the public service Act Chapter I purchase. The terms used in the Act and its purpose article 1. The terms used in the law, the law is applied in the following terms: 1) open competition — procurement procedure in which all interested suppliers may submit tenders;
2) works, supply and service contracts-contracts that financial interest in writing between one or more of the public service providers, and one or more suppliers and which have as their object: (a) public works contracts) this law, referred to in annex 1 of the works or the works in conjunction with the civil design, or construction, as well as any other transaction that results in the public service provider acquires rights to the shipbuilding sector , built according to its requirements. Construction of this law this law is total 1. results of the works referred to in the annex, which is enough to build serve the purpose, b) for supply contracts, the purchase of goods, purchase, rent, hire 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 contracts — this law, those referred to in annex 2. If the subject of the contract is both goods and this law, those referred to in annex 2 and if it contains the value of the services in terms of money exceeds the value of the goods, the following shall be considered as a contract service agreement. If the subject of the contract is the law of those referred to in annex 2 and if it also included in this law, the work referred to in annex 1, which is the subject of the contract is not an essential part of such a contract shall be considered a service contract;
3 centralized procurement authority) — public service provider or any other person client public procurement law and which: (a) the works, purchased) goods or services the public service needs or b) use procurement procedures works, supply or service contracts, or the General Agreement for the conclusion of the public service;
4) dynamic purchasing system: a common, public service requirements and the market widely available purchases used completely elektronizēt process, which is limited in time and open to all suppliers who meet the qualification requirements and have submitted technical specifications relevant information;
5) electronic auction-price or a specific top-down part of the new offer values identification by electronic means after full evaluation of the tenders, thus these features arrange 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;
6) 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;
7) procurement identification number, designation, which includes public service name abbreviation (acronym), the year and the purchase order number in ascending order. Purchase ID number in the end of the public service is entitled to specify other information;
8) purchasing (CPV) nomenclature: nomenclature of the European Union confirmed that procurement procedures applied;
9) procurement procedure — procedure (open competition, closed competition, the negotiated procedure, the throwin' contest), under which the public service operator shall designate the supplier and assigns the right to conclude a works, supply or service contracts or gets fired;
10) informative offer — offer that describes the applicant's proposed public works, goods or services in the dynamic purchasing system, but which are not binding on the applicant and the public service;
11) candidates — supplier who submitted the application in a closed tender or negotiated procedure;
12) 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;
13) contractual price — the total payment for performance of the contract, without regard to the value added tax;
14) cast contest, in which the procurement procedure are entitled to participate in all interested suppliers and which the public service operator allows to get Matt (a plan or project) that the jury being put out to competition with or without the award of prizes, mainly city and any other areas of planning, architecture, construction, or data processing;
15) the tender security — procurement documents for the guarantee or equivalent insurance by a specified amount, which the applicant shall submit, together with the offer of public service operator as security under the offer;
16) 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;
17) profile: internet public public service home, where the public service provider inserts the periodic informative announcements, information about the announced or planned purchases, contracts concluded, procedures izbeigtaj or discontinued, as well as other shopping-related General information;
18) applicant: the supplier who has submitted a tender offer or information;
19) public authority — the State or local authorities, municipalities, other public entity or derived its institutions, as well as a private-law legal person simultaneously meets the following criteria: (a)) is established or works to meet the needs of society, which are not of a commercial or industrial nature, b) State or local authorities, municipalities, other derived public persons or institutions subordinated to them or crucial influence or matching these criteria of private law legal persons crucial influence (this effect is manifested as a majority of the voting rights monitoring bodies or members of the Executive Body election or appointment of management) or private law legal persons operating in more than 50 percent financed by the State, municipalities, other public person, derived its authority or other matching these criteria a private law legal persons;
20) public authorities the company: any merchant located in the public authorities, directly or indirectly, affect the crucial participation or contractual basis. Public institution in particular, have a crucial impact, if it holds, directly or indirectly, the majority (over 50%) of the subscribed share capital of a capital company or if it controls the majority of the votes attaching to shares issued by (shares), or it shall be entitled to appoint more than half of the supervisory bodies or members of the Executive Body;
21) the public service: (a) a public authority or public) institutions which carry out this law referred to in chapter II of this law, the activities in areas referred to in chapter II, b) any private entity who made this law, referred to in chapter II of this law in the areas referred to in chapter II or in any combination thereof, on the basis of special or exclusive rights granted by a competent authority to the administrative regulations or basic that rules restricting the activities in the above areas, giving only one entity or some subjects the right to pursue activities in these areas, and which significantly affects the ability of other entities to act in these areas;
22) negotiated procedure-procurement procedure, in which the public service operator shall consult the suppliers of its choice and with one or more of them will hold negotiations on the terms of the contract;
23) 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 public service will be invited;
24) technical reference: any European standardisation bodies, other than official product standards established in accordance with the market needs custom procedures;
25) General Agreement — an agreement between one or more of the public service providers, and one or more suppliers, the purpose of which is 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, the quantity envisaged);
26) 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) of the public service and the public person and the efficient utilization of resources.
Chapter II. The public service from the scope of article 3. Public service activities of heating, gas and electricity supply (1) heating and gas supply in this Act apply to public gas or heat production, transport or distribution networks or management, as well as for the supply of gas or heat to such networks, except gas or heat production is a company or a public authority of this law article 21 paragraph 1 b in referred to private law or in this article 4 of this law. , 5, 6 or 7 of those referred to in article form an integral part of the activities of public authorities and the company or this law, article 1, point 21 "b" referred to private law in public supply network only to make use of such economic activity for gas or heat. In addition, these delivery terms of money does not exceed 20 percent of the company or a public authority of this law article 1, point 21 b in referred to the private law of the entity's turnover having regard to the average turnover during the previous three reporting years, including the current year.
(2) electricity field in this law apply to public electricity generation, transmission and distribution network and management, as well as the supply of electricity to such networks, except where the electricity is needed, to an enterprise or a public authority of this law article 1, point 21 "b" referred to the private entity to ensure electricity usage in the article or this law, 4., 5., 6., or in those referred to in article 7 in the form of the action and delivery of the public network depends only on the electricity of the undifferentiated and not exceeding 30 percent of the amount of electricity produced, taking into account the average amount of electricity produced during the previous three reporting years, including the current year.
4. article. Public service activities in the water sector (1) drinking water supply in the area of the law applicable to public drinking water, transportation or distribution networks or management or the supply of drinking water to such networks, except when the public authorities to the company or this law, article 1, paragraph 21 of the "b" referred to a private entity for the abstraction of drinking water, is needed to ensure drinking water consumption, or in this article 3 of this law. , 5., 6., or in those referred to in article 7 in the form of the action, and the delivery of the public network depends only on the domestic consumption of potable water and shall not exceed 30 percent of the acquired quantity of drinking water, taking into account the average quantity of drinking water obtained in the previous three reporting years, including the current year.
(2) this Act applies to the public service, which conducted one of the first part of this article the following, also purchases related to the hidrobūvj project, the irrigation of agricultural land or land drainage, provided that the quantity of drinking water delivered to more than 20 percent of the total installation of hidrobūv, agricultural land, irrigation or drainage water obtained in quantity, and purchases related to the removal or treatment of waste water.
5. article. Public service activities in the field of transport services (1) in the area of Transport services this Act apply to public railway, automated systems, tramway, trolley bus, bus and funicular road transport networks or management or services.
(2) for the purposes of this article the transport network exists, if the transport services provided in accordance with the regulatory bodies the services issued rules, including the rules on service routes, volumes transported or the frequency of transport.
6. article. Public service activities in the field of postal services postal services this law apply to the universal postal service provider it is reserved for special rights in accordance with the post's law, and other postal services, which are provided by the universal postal service provider.
7. article. Public service activities in the field of use of the territory of the Area in the field of the use of this law shall apply in relation to specific areas of the use of oil, gas or solid fuel or to search for, as well as to the airport or port management.
8. article. The contract, which includes a number of actions in several areas (1) where a contract relates to activities in several areas, procurement is governed by the rules of the area covered by the major part of the agreement.
(2) where a contract relates to activities in several areas, it should not be split into multiple contracts in each area separately (and close each area separate agreement) to avoid the law or public procurement law.
(3) where a contract relates to the activities of both the law and public procurement law and it is not possible to determine objectively that the area covered by the major part of the contract, the procurement procedures are to be carried out in accordance with the public procurement law.
(4) where the contract relates to activities both within the scope of application of this law and other activities not covered by the law, not not in public procurement law, and it is not possible to objectively determine which scope covers the major part of the contract, the procurement procedures are to be carried out in accordance with this Act.
Chapter III. Law enforcement exceptions article 9. Law enforcement general exceptions (1) this Act does not apply if the public service provider contracts: 1) land, existing buildings or other immovable property or lease purchase or other acquisition of the right to such real estate with any funds. This exception does not apply to financial service contracts related to real estate purchase or lease or other acquisition of the rights to real estate and concluded before or after a purchase or rental agreement, or purchase or lease at the conclusion of the agreement;
2) arbitration services and services that are provided for conciliation;
3) financial services related to securities or other financial instruments to the issue, purchase, sale or transfer to other persons, including cash or capital;
4) borrowing from international financial organizations, which is Latvia;
5) individual services under employment contracts;
6) scientific research services, with the exception of research services, which is fully paid and used for own needs only the public service;
7) services provided in a public institution that under external regulations is the exclusive right to provide the service;
8) concessions in accordance with the law governing the award of concessions to make this law a concessionaire 3., 4., 5., 6., 7. the operations referred to in article 1;
9) works, supplies or services if the public service goal is the subject of the contract to sell or rent to third parties for the purpose of profit, provided that the public service does not have a special or exclusive right to sell or hire the subject of such contracts and other private legal entities have the right to sell or lease it under the same conditions as apply to the public service. Public service at the request of the European Commission, inform it of all the categories of products or activities covered by this exception;
10) the object of the contract, which is not the purpose of this law, 3., 4., 5., 6., or activities referred to in article 7, or with the purpose to perform those functions of a State which is not a Member State of the European Union (hereinafter third country), subject to the condition that is not used for this purpose the European Union public network or within the territory of the European Union. Public service at the request of the European Commission, inform it of all activities covered by this exception;
11) the object of the contract, the aim of which is this law, 3., 4., 5., 6., or activities referred to in article 7, if in accordance with this law, the procedures referred to in chapter XVI recognized that this activity is carried out in a fully competitive environment;
12) water supply, subject to the condition that the public service provider provides or manages public drinking water, transportation or distribution networks or supply of drinking water to such networks;
13) delivery of energy or fuels for energy production, provided that the public service will provide or manage public gas, heat or electricity production, transport or distribution networks and supply gas, heat or electricity to such networks, or use certain areas of oil, gas or solid fuel or to search for.
(2) this Act does not apply if the contracts are concluded according to other rules of procedure and awarded:

1) under an international agreement, European Union laws and European Union Member States entered into with one or more third countries on the works, supplies, services, or methods for the signature countries to participate in a joint project or the exploitation of the results. Public service provider of any such agreement shall be notified to the European Commission;
2) under an international agreement relating to the deployment of troops and the company of a Member State of the European Union or third-country undertakings;
3) pursuant to the particular procedure of an international organization.
(3) this Act does not apply where: 1) the Cabinet of Ministers, in accordance with the laws and external information about the contract or its execution for State secrets;
2) its application could harm the essential interests of the State. Essential for the protection of the public interest in each specific case decided by the Cabinet of Ministers.
(4) this Act does not apply if, under the law governing the procurement of Defense and security, is closed on the purchase contract, the object of which is to: 1) military goods referred to in the special list in accordance with the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union article 346;
2) goods intended for security purposes and include, or the other way is related to the information in accordance with laws recognized as State secrets;
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 structures, or the provision of services, information on which in accordance with external regulations, recognized as a State secret.
10. article. Contracts concluded with related companies, joint business or public service, which is part of the joint undertaking (1) for the purposes of this article on the related companies is considered a corporation in which, in accordance with the laws of the group in the public service is a major impact or has a decisive impact on the public service, or a corporation in which the critical effect is another corporation, which at the same time is a decisive impact in the public service.
(2) subject to the third and fourth part, referred to in this law shall not apply to works, supply and service contracts by public service provider with affiliates or joint company, which created a number of public service providers to make any of this law, 3., 4., 5., 6., or in article 7 following a switch to any of the following public service providers in related companies.
(3) the second paragraph of this article shall apply to: 1) in the case of works contracts, where at least 80 percent of the average turnover of the affiliated undertaking over the last three years, carried out constitute works for the companies with which it is affiliated;
2) supply contracts, where at least 80 percent of the average turnover of the affiliated undertaking over the last three years, all the way to the delivery of supplies to companies with which it is affiliated;
3) service contracts, where at least 80 percent of the average turnover of the affiliated undertaking over the last three years the services constitute services for the companies with which it is associated.
(4) if the related company was founded later and accordingly there is no identifiable turnover for the last three years, the second part of this article shall apply, if at least 80% of the average turnover of the affiliated undertaking with its activities carried out in the period or the supplies or services forming the works, supplies or services for the companies with which it is associated, and the company intends that at least 80 percent of turnover in the ways the works , delivery or service related companies.
(5) If more than one public service provider related company does the same or similar works or supplies or or services, of this article, the third and fourth part percentage calculation, taking into account the total turnover, which consists of the following affiliates of the works or deliveries or services provided.
(6) this Act does not apply if, in the joint company, which created a number of public service providers to make any of this law, 3., 4., 5., 6., or article 7, the following contracts with some of these public service providers.
(7) This rule shall not apply where a public service contract with the joint company, which part it is and who created, to do any of this law, 3., 4., 5., 6., or in article 7 the following, at least three years, subject to the condition that each public service is part of the joint enterprise, at least in this period.
(8) the public service at the request of the European Commission, inform it of the affiliated companies and companies that conclude contracts by applying the derogation referred to in this article, on the subject of the contract and the contract price, and submitted to the European Commission the necessary evidence that the relationship between the public service and the associated company or joint enterprise complies with the provisions of this article.
Chapter IV. Procurement procedure general rules of application of article 11. Procurement procedures and application (1) this law shall apply to procurement procedures, where the works, supply or service contract, the contract price is equal to the contract price of the Cabinet of Ministers set boundaries or higher. The public service is entitled to apply the law, even if the works, supply or service contract, the contract price is lower than the contract price set by the Cabinet of Ministers.
(2) the works, supply and service contracts for the public service is entitled to choose open tender, closed tender or negotiated procedure by publishing a membership invitation. If the public service is creating the dynamic purchasing system, it shall apply the provisions of the open competition, in so far as this law provides otherwise.
(3) the public service is entitled to choose a negotiated procedure without publication of a tender, participate in the following cases: 1) is not submitted tenders or applications for which the procurement procedure, had published a membership invitation, or submitted to the procurement procedures laid down in the documents irrelevant offers and purchase agreement are not significantly different from the previously announced purchase of the relevant procedures laid down in the contract is fulfilled the necessary requirements;
2) agreement is intended only for research, testing or development without the intent to make a profit or cover the costs of research and development, provided that such agreements do not affect free competition for future contracts;
3) for technical or artistic reasons, or for reasons connected with protection of exclusive rights, the contract may be concluded only with certain suppliers;
4) public service provider are not expected to result in extraordinary circumstances objectively there was a situation in which, for reasons of extreme urgency, it is not possible to apply the open competitions, closed competitions or the negotiated procedure by publishing a membership invitation, insofar as it is necessary to avoid an emergency situation;
5) public service provider 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 public service 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;
6) public service 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)) necessary additional works are performed or services previously signed contract performer, b) for additional works or services cannot be technically or economically separated from the main contract concluded previously proposed works or services without causing significant difficulties for the public service, or additional 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;
7) the object of the contract is a contract concluded in advance again for carrying out the works, that is charged with enforcing this contract, and the work required to repeatedly meet previously signed contract is based on an existing project. This condition applies to the public service for original works contract entered into such procurement procedures, which are published in the call for participation, the membership invitation is for repeat contracts and determining the estimated contract price is taken into account also requires the value of the works;

8) the object of the contract is the supply of goods which are listed on the public service provider buys stock;
9) conclude agreements under the General Agreement;
10) has the option to purchase goods with particularly advantageous conditions: a) within a period which is shorter than that laid down in this Act and the application deadlines for the submission of tenders, at prices well below the market price, or (b) the supplier of the goods), who, when their commercial activities, hosting the sale, or of the liquidator or insolvency administrator on sale of property of the bankrupt merchant in accordance with the regulations;
11) concluding contracts with Matt contest winner or any of the winners, if Matt contest organised in accordance with the requirements of this law. If the casting contest winners, certainly more all the winners be invited to the talks.
(4) Throwing contests of this law shall apply in the cases referred to in chapter X and in order.
(5) If a contract concluded for this law, 2. in part B of the annex to these services, the public service is entitled not to apply this statutory procurement procedures, but should follow this law, 20, 32, 56, 59 and 60 articles. Public service provider before making the purchase shall publish a notice about the purchase of your home page on the internet by specifying the period for the submission of tenders and the place where the technical specifications are available.
(6) If the object of the contract is both this law in part A of annex 2, and referred to in part B of this annex, of the public service referred to in this law, the procurement procedure if this law in part A of annex 2 that service contract price exceeds the part B services referred to in the contract price. 2. If this law referred to in part B of the annex to the contract price exceeds the service referred to in part A of this annex, the contract price of services, public service provider will apply the fifth subparagraph of this article.
12. article. The estimated contract price determination in procurement procedures (1) the estimated contract price determined before launching a procurement procedure, as a public service provider planned total charge for the performance of the contract. Public service, planning the total consideration, take into account any choice and any additions to the agreement, as well as prizes and payment value if the public service provider provides for the candidates or tenderers be awarded prizes 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 contract works and public service provider intends to take or give the works the artist. Public service provider 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. Public service provider of this law shall apply to each part, when the share of the total amount is equal to the relevant article 11 of this law in the first part of the above contract price limits or higher. The public service is entitled not to apply those parts of the procurement procedure, for which the estimated contract price is less than the contractual price of the Cabinet of Ministers set the borders, where the share of the total estimated contract price is less than 20 percent of all part of the total estimated 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. Public service provider of this law shall apply to each part, when the share of the total amount is equal to the relevant article 11 of this law in the first part of the above contract price limits or higher. The public service is entitled not to apply those parts of the procurement procedure, for which the estimated contract price is less than the contractual price of the Cabinet of Ministers set the borders, where the share of the total estimated contract price is less than 20 percent of all part of the total estimated 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) 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.
(8) 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) as the total in the previous 12 months in the previous fiscal year or another other following one of the real value of the contract, taking into account the coming 12 months, the possible volume and value changes;
2) as the total in the next 12 months following the first delivery or the next financial year (if it is longer than 12 months) side following one of the estimated value of the contract.
(9) the estimated contract price service contracts down: 1) contracts of insurance services as insurance premium payable and other forms of remuneration total amount;
2) banking and other financial services: as a fee for services, fees, interest payable, and other forms of remuneration total amount;
3) service contracts, which includes construction, architecture or civil engineering and modeling, as fees for services, commissions and other remuneration the total amount.
(10) 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. (11) estimated contract price in the General Agreement and the dynamic purchasing system has all the expected total contract price the contract, general contract or dynamic purchasing system.
13. article. Contract price limit of this law, article 11, in the first paragraph of article 12 of the fourth and fifth paragraphs of article 28, first paragraph, 1, 2, and paragraph 3, article 62, the first paragraph of article 82, first paragraph, point 5 and 86 in the first paragraph of article 2 of the contract price in the boundaries determined by the Cabinet of Ministers on the basis of the European Union's international obligations in relation to the contract price limits to be observed by the public service provider. 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.
14. article. Preferential agreements (1) If the estimated contract allows it, the public service 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 subparagraph, the invitation of participation reference is made to this article.
15. article. General conditions for suppliers (1) of the public service does not reject of the candidates or, if the legislation of Latvia does not determine the legal status, but it is entitled to carry out works to deliver the goods or provide the services in accordance with the European Union legislation of the Member State in which it is established.
(2) if it is closed for works or service contract or if the contract also includes the delivery of goods or installation, building the public service 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 is entitled to rely on the capabilities of other suppliers if it is strictly necessary for the execution of the contract, irrespective of the legal nature of the relations between the. In this case, suppliers participating in procurement, demonstrate public service provider that will have at its disposal the resources necessary, submitting the supplier certification or agreement on cooperation in the execution of the contract in question.

(4) the supplier associations are entitled to submit proposals or to apply for candidates. The public service is not entitled to a claim about the specific legal status of such associations, whereas the applicant submitted to the offer or as a candidate — an application for participation in a procurement procedure. However, the public service is entitled to require that, in respect of which the decision to contract, according to certain established legal status, if it is necessary for the proper execution of the contract.
(5) a supplier who participated in one of the earlier phases of the project in the purchase 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.
(6) in the public service, established by the fifth paragraph of this article, these conditions, 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.
16. article. Conditions relating to the World Trade Organisation agreement on government procurement the public service to suppliers from Member States of the European Union shall apply at least as favourable conditions as suppliers from third countries covered by the World Trade Organization agreement on government procurement.
Article 17. Privacy (1) of the public service 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.
(2) notice of the conclusion of the contract and informing candidates and tenderers, public service providers are not entitled to disclose the information as a trade secret betrayed other suppliers.
18. article. The centralised procurement institution purchases (1) of the public service is entitled to purchase the works, goods and services from a centralized procurement institution or get the works, supplies and services with them.
(2) If the public service works, purchased goods or services from a central procurement institutions or through it, it is considered that it has applied the requirements of the Act, if the centralized procurement authority of their respective purchases or arranging the procurement procedures applied this law or public procurement law.
(3) the public service is entitled not to apply the requirements of this law, if it made the purchase needs a centralized procurement institution situated in another Member State of the European Union, and by making the purchase, subject to the requirements of the law which comply with European Union law or public service providers in the field of public procurement.
19. article. Special rules for procurement in the field of road transport (1) of the public service, through the procurement of road transport vehicles, take into account the operational impact on energy and the environment, assessing at least the energy consumption and carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxides, methane-hydrocarbons and particulate matter emissions.
(2) The vehicle category purchases apply the requirements of this article, as well as the vehicle operating cost calculation methodology is determined by the Cabinet of Ministers.
(3) the first paragraph of this article to the requirements of the public service Executive in one of the following ways: 1) technical specifications include requirements for energy consumption and referred to in the first subparagraph the amount of emissions, as well as, if necessary, other aspects of the environmental impact;
2 assess the operational impact) on energy and environment factors, determining the criteria for the evaluation of the tenders in accordance with article 51 of this law. Public service provider of these factors has the right to express and evaluate in monetary terms, using the methodology established by the Cabinet of Ministers of vehicle operating cost calculation.
Chapter v. The rules on technical specifications and bidding documents, article 20. (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 public service requirements for materials, goods, technical equipment or items and describes the materials, goods, technical equipment or objects so that their acquisition, they meet the public service for its intended purpose. These descriptions include environmental protection requirements, design requirements (including requirements for persons with special needs access), conformity assessment and performance requirements, safety regulations, quality assurance, terminology, symbols, dimensions, validation rules and techniques, packaging, labelling, user instructions, production processes and methods. The technical specifications also include provisions on the inspection and acceptance of works, the requirements for carrying out the works methods and technology, and other technical rules, by the public service provider designated the building as a whole or in the works, or materials and articles which are intended for use in construction. The volume of construction work shall be determined in accordance with the technical design and includes a list of quantities of the works.
(3) the technical specifications for the supply and service contracts contain the necessary supplies and services requirements, such as quality levels, environmental requirements, design requirements (including requirements for persons with special needs access), 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, 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, international standards, as well as other technical reference systems established by the European standardisation bodies or, if these standards are not, in the following order: the Latvian National standards , national technical approvals or national 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 of the public service — 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 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) where the public service 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 may show that the offer is equivalent to and satisfy the requirements of the public service, 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) where the public service shall prepare technical specifications, defining functional requirements or performance requirements, it does not reject tenders which comply with 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 are defined by the public service provider. In this 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, meet the public service specific functional requirements or performance requirements.
(7) where a public service provider, the requirements of environmental protection is defined as the functional requirements or performance 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 this article in the seventh paragraph, the public service 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. The public service as another proof of compliance accepted the manufacturer's documentation or certification issued by the competent authorities of the results of the inspection.
(9) the technical specifications drawn up, taking into account the needs of persons with specific access rules.
(10) 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 point is used in conjunction with the words "or equivalent".
21. article. Technical specifications for accessibility (1) of the public service of the interested supplier shall be issued, at the request of those technical specifications which are used regularly it works, supply or service contracts, or the technical specifications which it intends to apply the treaties, which are published in periodic information notice.
(2) where the technical specifications are prepared based on documents available to interested suppliers, public service refers to those documents.
22. article. Offer variants (1) If the offer criteria defined at the choice of the most economically advantageous tender, the public service is entitled to provide for the possibility to submit a tender variants.
(2) the public service call for membership or bidding documents indicate, or is allowed to submit a tender variants. Without such variants are not permitted.
(3) the public service procurement documents the minimum requirement level options and specific requirements for specifying variant offer.
(4) the public service provider into consideration only offer choices that meet the minimum requirements.
(5) if the procurement procedures intended to conclude a supply or service contract and public service has 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.
23. article. Open call for proposals, documents the dynamic purchasing system, the selection of candidates for a closed competition and the rules of procedure of the negotiations, by publishing notice of participation, and the selection of qualified suppliers of regulation system of the qualification (1) before the publication of the contract notice, the public service will prepare a public competition rules (other than this law case referred to in article 58). Charter include: 1) General information: a) the identification number of the purchase, (b)) public service provider name, address and other properties, c) for the submission of tenders and opening of the place, date, time and agenda, d) offer expires, e) the tender security, if any, for its nature, extent, duration and conditions of payment in accordance with article 24 of this law, f) requirements for design and submission of tenders, the financial bid form as well as information about the language or languages in which tenders must be submitted, g) other information;
2 the subject of purchase) for information on: (a) a description of the subject of purchase) and the amount of, b), c) technical specifications of the contract execution time and space, d) other information on the subject of procurement;
3) the requirements laid down in accordance with article 42 of this law, as well as submit the information required to assess candidates in accordance with that article;
4 requirements for applicant) the opportunity to carry out professional activities, the requirements of a candidate's economic and financial standing and technical and professional ability, in accordance with this law, 43, 44 and 45 of the article, as well as submit the information required to assess candidates in accordance with these requirements.
5) offer the selection criteria and evaluation criteria, in accordance with article 51 of this law, as well as an indication of whether the applicant is entitled to submit a tender version of this law, in accordance with article 22;
6) procurement contracts or general agreement.
(2) before the published contract notice, which indicates that you are creating the dynamic purchasing system, the public service will prepare the bidding documents that contain information about the dynamic purchasing system, the electronic equipment used, connection terms and specifications, system characteristics of the intended procurement, the first part of this article 3 and the information referred to in paragraph 4, the information about the selection criteria and the bid evaluation criteria, in accordance with article 51 of this law, the first paragraph and other details.
(3) prior to being published in periodic information notice as the membership invitation or notice, or notice of the qualification system, the public service will prepare the candidate selection rules for a closed competition or negotiated procedure or a qualified supplier selection rules. Charter include: 1) of the public service's name, address and other properties;
2 the object of the purchase);
3) the requirements laid down in accordance with article 42 of this law, as well as submit the information needed to evaluate the candidate or a vendor in accordance with these requirements.
4) requirements for the applicant's or the supplier's capabilities to carry out professional activities, the requirements for candidates in his economic and financial standing and technical and professional ability, in accordance with this law, 43, 44 and 45 of the article, as well as submit the information needed to evaluate the candidate or a vendor in accordance with these requirements.
5) candidate or a vendor evaluation methodology, if you applied this law, article 41, third paragraph;
6) offer information on selection criteria and evaluation criteria, in accordance with article 51 of this law, the first paragraph;
7) other information about candidate selection or the supplier selection for inclusion in the qualifications system.
24. article. The tendering security shall (1) of the public service is entitled to require that the applicant submit tender security, unless: 1) refers to all applicants equally and without exception;
2) procurement documents are laid down in the tender security, and deadlines.
(2) the tender security shall be in force for the shortest of the following deadlines: 1) documents the procurement procedure that the period of validity of the offer set in from the opening day, or any extension of the period of validity of the offer in the public service provider in writing of the applicant and the guarantor;

2) where the public service acknowledges one of the winning bidders for the procurement procedure, until the day when the successful tenderer has lodged the security agreement (if such is provided for in the procurement documents and contracts);
3) up to the conclusion of contracts.
(3) the collateral costs of the public service or public service provider collects the applicant's security of the amount contributed 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 selection criteria of the tender, the public service has not submitted within the time limit set it 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 General Agreement of the public service within the time limit.
(4) the tender security shall not exceed five percent of the estimated contract price. The amount of the tender security and the way down are proportionate, taking into account the estimated contract price of the purchase and the object of the contract.
25. article. Subcontractor contracts public service provider is entitled procurement documents require the tenderer to indicate in his tender the contract which parts will be subcontractors for the performance, as well as all prospective subcontractors.
26. article. Terms of performance of the contract the public service is entitled to lay down special rules for performance of the contract mainly concerning social conditions or environmental protection requirements, unless these provisions would conflict with European Union law and are indicated in the call for participation or technical specifications.
27. article. Obligations relating to environmental protection, employment protection and working conditions (1) the public service 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 territory of the services or works.
(2) If the public service indicates in the first part of that authority, it procurement procedures require documents to 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.
Chapter VI. And the compliance with the tender provisions of article 28. Periodic information notice (1) a public service provider at least once a year publish the periodic informative notice in accordance with article 34 of this law the second part or published their buyer profile. This publication is mandatory if public service provider uses the abbreviated term for the submission of tenders in accordance with article 35 of this law in the second subparagraph of paragraph 2. Periodic information notice shall specify: 1) supply contract, the agreement or the General Agreement and the total estimated contract price that the public service is going to close down within the next 12 months for certain product group [with reference to procurement of nomenclature (CPV)], if this agreement and the General Agreement total estimated contract price is equal to the contract price of the Cabinet of Ministers set boundaries or greater;
2) for service contracts, the contract or the General Agreement and the total estimated contract price that the public service is going to close down within the next 12 months for a particular service category in accordance with Annex 2 to this Act (A) If this agreement and the General Agreement total estimated contract price is equal to the contract price of the Cabinet of Ministers set boundaries or greater;
3) in the case of works contracts, the contract or the General Agreement General characteristics that the public service is going to close down within the next 12 months, if the contract or agreement in General expected contract price is equal to the contract price of the Cabinet of Ministers set boundaries or higher.
(2) for the supply and service contracts public service provider publishes periodic informative notice in accordance with article 34 of this law the second part or publish their buyer profile immediately after adoption of the annual budget process.
(3) for works contracts public service provider publishes periodic informative notice in accordance with article 34 of this law the second part or publish the buyer profile as soon as possible after adoption of the decision on the necessity to conclude a procurement procedure or works contracts or general agreement.
(4) before the public service provider publishes a periodic newsletter notification the buyer profile, it submitted to the procurement monitoring Bureau for publication of the notice on a buyer profile in accordance with article 34 of this law the second part.
(5) the public service is entitled to publish periodic indicative notices of planned works, supplies or services, without repeating information previously included in other periodic information notice. In this case, the public service clearly indicates that it is optional.
(6) the provisions of this article shall not apply to this law, the third paragraph of article 11 of the cases referred to.
29. article. Statement of qualifications If the public service wants to establish a qualification system in accordance with article 46 of this law, it shall publish a notice concerning the qualification system, indicating the purpose of the qualification system and the place to get information on the qualification system. If the qualification system, for which more than three years, the notice shall be published each year. If the operation time is shorter, enough with the original statement.
30. article. Call for participation (1) public works, supply and service contracts, except in the case of article 11 of this law provided for in the third subparagraph, the public service suppliers invited to participate in the procurement procedure, using one of the following statements: 1) the periodic information notice;
2) statement of qualifications;
3) notice.
(2) where a public service provider membership invitation includes periodic information notice, this statement refers directly to the supplies, works or services which will be the subject of the contract, expected and indicates that the agreement will close a closed tendering or negotiated procedure without further invitation of participation, as well as asking for interested vendors to submit their application in writing. Such periodic information notice published in accordance with article 34 of this law the second part not earlier than 12 months before the invitation to tender or invitation to the closed competition to participate in the negotiations in a negotiated procedure, pursuant to article 35 of this law in the period for the submission of tenders.
31. article. Notice of contract, the simplified contract notice and notice of the amendment, the termination of the procurement procedure or interruption (1) If the public service works, supply or service contracts apply to open tender, as the membership invitation it published a contract notice. If the public service is an example of a closed tender or negotiated procedure (with the exception of article 11 of this law referred to in the third subparagraph the negotiated procedure), it is entitled as a membership invitation to publish a contract notice.
(2) on a dynamic purchasing system public service provider announces the publication of a contract notice. Announcing the expected contract dynamic purchasing system within the public service shall publish a simplified contract notice inviting the communication deals.
(3) where the public service provider amends the procurement documents or extending the application or set deadlines for the submission of tenders, terminating or suspending a procurement procedure or create a dynamic purchasing system, it shall publish a notice concerning amendment or termination of the procurement procedure.
(4) if the purchase procedure is terminated or suspended, or a dynamic purchasing system is not established, the public service provider as soon as possible, but no later than three working days after this law article 56 in the third part of the transmission of the information referred to in the candidates or tenderers shall submit for publication notice of amendment, or termination of the procurement procedure. If the current procurement procedures has not submitted offers or applications, notice of amendment, termination of the procurement procedure or interruption shall submit for publication within three working days after the decision on the termination of the procurement procedure or interruption or that a dynamic purchasing system is not created.
32. article. Communication on the results of the procurement procedure

(1) a public service provider as soon as possible, but no later than three working days after the applicant information in accordance with this law, the second subparagraph of article 56 shall be submitted for publishing notice of the results of the procurement procedure, if a decision on the purchase of the contract or the conclusion of the General Agreement. These provisions do not apply to procurement contracts which are concluded general agreement.
(2) the decision of a dynamic purchasing system, public service announcement about the results of the procurement procedure, submitted for publication in accordance with the first subparagraph, in respect of each contract. This condition shall not apply, if the public service brings together notifications about results of the procurement procedure within the quarter. The following combined statements of the results of the procurement procedure, to be submitted for publication within three working days after the end of each quarter.
(3) if the subject of the contract is the law in part B of annex 2 these services, public service announcement about the results of the procurement procedure, whether it agrees to complete the publication of this notice. If the public service provider does not agree to complete the publication of this notice, to the procurement monitoring Bureau publishes public service provider name, the subject of the contract and the date of publication of this notice.
(4) If a provider of public services research and development service contracts apply to the negotiated procedure, without publication of a membership invitation, it is entitled to restrict the communication of the results of the procurement procedure publish information about the nature and quantity of the services ' research and development services ". If you switch the public service research and development service contracts the procurement procedure, for which has been published in the membership invitation, it is entitled to restrict information about the types of services and the quantity on the basis of the trade secret. In such cases, the public service will ensure that any information in this article is no less detailed than the membership invitation.
(5) use a qualification system, the public service will ensure that the fourth paragraph of this article, in the case referred to in the communication on the results of the procurement procedure, this information is no less detailed than the qualifications of qualified service providers in this service category.
33. article. Voluntary statement of the results of the purchase (1) of the public service is entitled to submit a communication on the voluntary publication of results of this law, procurement or procurement procedure or, in exceptional cases the application of this law, article 11 on the third or fifth part in addition to the cases referred to in article 32 of this law in the first part of the submission of the notification referred to in the publication.
(2) the voluntary statement of the results of the procurement is published so that interested parties can challenge the validity of the purchase, which the public service because of an error made without applying the appropriate procurement procedure and does not publish a membership invitation, and at the same time prevent this law, article 83 of the effects referred to in the first subparagraph.
34. article. Publication of notice (1) of article 28 of this law and in the first quarter, 29, 30 and 31, article 32, first paragraph, and article 33, in the first paragraph of article 67 and article 72 of the notification referred to in the second subparagraph and shall lay down the procedure for preparing the Cabinet of Ministers. If article 28 of this law referred to in the first subparagraph of the periodic information notice in the public service published on the buyer profile, a notification form sample is determined by the Commission on 7 September 2005, Regulation (EC) No 1564/2005 establishing standard forms for the publication of notices in the framework of public procurement procedures pursuant to European Parliament and Council Directive 2004/17/EC and 2004/18/EC.
(2) the public service concerned is referred to in the first paragraph of the notice to prepare and submit to the procurement monitoring Bureau for publication through the procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet the available electronic means. Procurement monitoring Bureau within three working days after the first paragraph of this article in the notification to verify the contents of the compliance with the requirements of the law and places it on the procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet.
(3) the procurement monitoring Bureau sends notifications for publication in the official journal of the European Union and at the same time places it in the procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet.
(4) information about the purchase agreement or the general agreement that disclosure could impede or restrict the application of the law of competition, supplier or vendor of commercial harm to legitimate interests, may not be published. Public service provider, by publishing a notice, indicates where the information contained in the notification (in relation to the number of bids, the identity of the supplier or prices) may interfere with those interests and not to be disclosed.
35. article. Application and deadline for the submission of tenders (1) of the public service, 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) open competition for the submission of tenders shall be fixed as follows: 1) if not previously published in the periodic information notice or published periodic information notice contains general information only and does not include the rest of this part of the information referred to in paragraph 2, the time limit for submission of tenders after the contract notice published in the procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet may not be less than 52 days;
2) if not later than 52 days and not earlier than 12 months before the date on which the contract notice published in the procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet, has published periodic information notice, which includes not only general information but also information required if periodic informational announcement is going to be used as permission to shorten the period for the submission of tenders, the time limit for submission of tenders after the contract notice published in the procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet must not be less than: (a)), (b) 22 36 days) days, if such a term is a reasonable justification for the abbreviation.
(3) the second paragraph of this article, paragraph 1 in the case referred to in the public service is entitled to make amendments to the tender documents, if you do not change significantly the technical specifications or other requirements. If you have passed half of the second paragraph of this article, the period referred to in paragraph 1, or a longer time for the submission of tenders, after notice of the amendment, the termination of the procurement procedure, or stop publication of procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet may not be less than 26 days.
(4) a closed competition and negotiated procedure application deadline after the contract notice published in the procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet may not be less than 37 days: 1);
2) 15 days if such a term is a reasonable justification for the abbreviation.
(5) if the membership invitation published in the periodic information notice in a closed tender and negotiation procedure application deadline after the invitation to submit an application may not be less than 37 days.
(6) a closed competition and the negotiated procedure by publishing a membership invitation by public service providers agree with all the successful candidates for the submission of tenders, which shall be determined in the invitation to tender or to negotiate. If the public service provider does not 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 submit a tender or to negotiate, not less than: 1) 24 days;
2) 10 days, if such a term is a reasonable justification for the abbreviation.
(7) the public service has the right to extend the application and set deadlines for the submission of tenders, by publishing notice of the amendment or termination of the procurement procedure, suspension or sending repeated an invitation to submit an application or a repeated call for a tender or to negotiate. The minimum period for which the public service has the right to extend the application or the submission of tenders, is seven days. This extension of time limits is not considered amendments to the procurement documents, the third part of this article.
(8) If a notice of participation 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, the second paragraph of this article, paragraph 1 and in paragraph 2, "a" and "b" referred to the period for the submission of tenders for the open competition and the fourth paragraph of this article 1 and referred to in paragraph 2, the deadline for submitting applications for a closed competition and the procedure can be shortened to seven days.

(9) where the public service provides free and direct electronic access to procurement documents and any additional documents required by the second paragraph of this article, paragraph 1 and in paragraph 2, "a" and "b" in subparagraph and sixth parts 1 and 2, referred to in paragraph 1 for the submission of tenders may be shortened by five days. Membership invitation specifies the internet address of the website where that information is available. The time limit referred to in this paragraph may be added to the abbreviation at the eighth part of this article the term referred to the abbreviation.
(10) the use of this article in the eighth and the ninth part ability referred to shorten this article paragraph 2 second subparagraph "b" referred to the period for the submission of tenders, it should not be shorter than 15 days after the date on which the contract notice published in the procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet.
(11) With the option referred to in the eighth to trim the fourth paragraph of this article referred to in paragraph 2 of the period, it should not be shorter than 15 days after the date on which the contract notice published in the procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet.
(12) the use of this article ninth part ability to shorten the sixth part of this article referred to in paragraph 2, the period for the submission of tenders, it should not be shorter than 10 days after the date on which the public service operator sent a successful candidates call for a tender or to negotiate.
(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 provided for in article 36, or where the tenders can be prepared only by the place of performance of the contract or get face-to-face with a procurement procedure, supplementary documents, the public service will extend the deadline for the submission of tenders, giving suppliers the opportunity to obtain all the information necessary for the preparation of tenders.
36. article. Procurement service of documents and additional information (1) If a public service provider does not provide free and direct electronic access to procurement documents and any additional documents required by the public service provider shall circulate or distribute interested suppliers six days after receiving this document request, subject to the condition that the document request sent in good time before the application or the submission of tenders. However, the public service will provide interested suppliers have access to the site with the procurement documents, starting from the notification of the procurement procedure.
(2) If the supplier is interested the times requested more information about candidate selection requirements in the public service, as soon as practicable, but not later than four days before the application deadline.
(3) 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 tenderer or candidate selection of public service providers to provide 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 article 35 of this law, the sixth part 2 in the case referred to in the paragraph, of the public service to provide as soon as possible, but no later than four days before the expiry of the time limit for submission of tenders.
(4) where a public service operator to provide supplementary 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 public service 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.
(5) where a public service provider 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 public service 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. Public service provider 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.
(6) the procurement documents are available in electronic form free of charge. The procurement procedure for the service of documents, which it is not possible to be issued in electronic form, the public service has the right to charge a fee, not exceeding the actual document reproduction and shipping expenses.
37. article. Information sharing in procurement procedures (1) the exchange of information between public service providers and suppliers takes place by mail, by fax, by electronic means (in accordance with the fifth and sixth part of those rules) or by phone (the eighth subparagraph of this article, 1. and 2. in the cases referred to in points) depending on the public service provider of choice.
(2) the public service provider chooses the means of exchanging information that is generally available to the supplier of access to unimpeded procurement procedures. Public service provider chooses the documents referred to in this law, the type of transmission that the addressee provides quick information as possible.
(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 public service provider may check the content of applications and offer only after the time limit set for submitting them has expired.
(4) the time of the application or the submission of tenders to the opening time public service provider does not provide information on other applications or the validity of the offer. Application and evaluation of tenders up to the time of notification of the results of public service provider does not provide information on the evaluation process.
(5) If the exchange of information by electronic means are used, the public service will be selected, which is publicly available and compatible with the ' information and communication technology products, thereby eliminating the ability to discriminate against suppliers on this basis.
(6) the electronic equipment used and the methods of application for receiving and sending, this law shall apply to the provisions of article 36.
(7) where the application is submitted and offers electronic, candidates or tenderers shall submit this law article 15, third paragraph 42, 43, 44 and 45 certificates provided for in article, receipts and other documents to the application or the submission of tenders, if these documents are not in electronic form.
(8) transmission of applications in 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) of the public service is entitled to require that the application sent by fax, be acknowledged by mail or electronic means, if necessary, to the applications for legal effect (if it is necessary as a legal evidence). Public service provider of any such claim, and the date for approval to send the membership invitation or include this law article 48 in the second part of the invitation.
38. article. Requirements for electronic delivery of documents using electronic equipment, which receives applications and methods of procurement procedures, subject to the following provisions: 1) all interested suppliers have access to information on specifications relating to an application or electronically; meta
2) the electronic document is provided to the appropriate electronic document requirements of the law;
3) can pinpoint the date and time when applications are submitted, tenders or meta in a procurement procedure or the qualifications system;
4) of the public service to ensure that no one can access the information presented 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) qualification system or various stages of a procurement procedure for access to the documents submitted, or to part thereof is possible only by authorised person simultaneously perform actions;
8) documents can only be accessed for a specific date by authorized persons at the same time activities;
9) approach and submitted the documents remain open only to authorized persons, that such an approach is allowed.
39. article. Procurement report

(1) a public service provider shall document each purchase procedure and prepare the 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) of the public service's name and address, purchase reference number, procurement procedures, as well as contract type, general agreement or dynamic purchasing system subject matter;
2) date when the membership statement published on the procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet;
3) candidates or tenderers in certain qualification requirements, criteria for the selection of the offer, as well as the evaluation criteria and their share in the order of importance, if the criteria for the selection of tenders specified in the economically most advantageous tender;
4) application and the time limit for submission of tenders;
5) the vendor names, which are applied to the selection of candidates, and the names of the applicant who have submitted proposals, as well as the prices offered and other information describing the offer;
6) offer and application opening the place, date and time;
7 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 if the offer criteria defined at the choice of the most economically advantageous tender;
the names of the persons 8) 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;
9) information (if known) or the agreement on the General Agreement part of the successful supplier planned to subcontract;
10) grounds for decision on the candidates or tenderers rejected and on procurement procedures documents offers inappropriate;
11) if public service provider decides to terminate or suspend the procurement procedure, justification of this decision:
12 reasons for rejecting the offer), if the public service is determined to bid unduly low;
13) if the negotiated procedure, without publication of a membership invitation, — justification for the application of the procedure under article 11 of this law, the third part.
(3) the public service draws up a report not later than the day on which the notice of the publication of 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 consideration unrelated to it.
(5) the public service sends a message to the European Commission, the European Commission requires it.
40. article. Procurement procedures document storage-public service all procurement procedures the original documents, as well as offer the originals stored in no less than four years after the adoption of the decision of the procurement procedure.
Chapter VII. Selection of candidates or tenderers and offers the choice of article 41. Selection of candidates or tenderers, the General provisions (1) a public service provider candidates and tenderers shall be designated pursuant to this law, the exclusion referred to in article 42 of the conditions of participation in the procurement procedure for the invitation and documents specific qualifications requirements for the economic and financial situation as well as the technical and professional capabilities and requirements in accordance with this law, 43, 44 and article 45.
(2) the amount of the claim, as well as the required by the contract for the minimum required capability levels proportionate to the subject-matter of the contract. The following minimum eligibility requirements include membership in the invitation, as well as procurement documents.
(3) where a closed competition or negotiated procedure by publishing a membership invitation, the public service is entitled to know how the candidates above it will be invited to submit a tender or to negotiate as long as sufficient number of unqualified candidates are available. Invitation for participation in the procurement procedure, as well as the documents indicate the public service objective and non-discriminatory criteria or rules, which it decided to apply, as well as the minimum and, if appropriate, the maximum number of candidates for the invite.
(4) where the third part of this article, the number of candidates chosen large enough to ensure competition.
(5) where this article is applied in the third and fourth, the public service will invite a certain number of candidates, which may not be less than provided for in the call for participation. If the number of candidates who meet the qualification requirements are less than for the public service is entitled to call upon the requirements of appropriate candidates. The public service is entitled not to invite the suppliers who have not applied for or does not meet the eligibility requirements.
Article 42. The exclusion of candidates or tenderers in terms of (1) a public service provider rejects the application qualifications of the supplier or suppliers of the system excluded from further participation in the procurement procedure or of a qualification system as well as the applicant's tender look in any of the following cases: 1), the applicant or the person having the candidate or tenderer or representative decision making or control in relation to the candidate or tenderer, with the judgment of the Court or the Prosecutor's statement as punishment that will come into force and become the undisputed, is found guilty of corrupting nature of crime, fraudulent activities in the financial sector, criminal money laundering or involvement in a criminal organisation;
2) the candidate or tenderer with the competent authority's decision or a court judgment which has entered into force and become the undisputed, is found guilty of a fundamental breach of labour law in which a single person without the written employment contract, if it is found repeatedly in the course of the year, or two or more persons at the same time the employment without a written employment contract;
3) the candidate or tenderer with the competent authority's decision or a court judgment which has entered into force and become the undisputed, 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;
4) has been declared a candidate or applicant insolvency, 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;
5) candidate or tenderer in Latvia and the State in which it is registered or has its habitual residence (if it is not registered in Latvia or its residence is in Latvia), is a tax debt, including State social security payment of debts, which total more than 100 pounds in each country;
6) the candidate or tenderer has provided false information in its assessment of the qualifications or, in General, has not provided the information requested;
7) to a candidate or tenderer to whom personal qualities the candidate or tenderer is based, to demonstrate that it meets the qualifications in the statement of agreement or procurement documents, the requirements are applicable to this part 1., 2., 3., 4., 5., and the conditions referred to in paragraph 6.
(2) if the applicant, the applicant's or the first part of paragraph 7, the persons in the insolvency proceedings are suitable for rehabilitation or other similar measures that focus on the possible bankruptcy of the debtor and the renewal of solvency, the public service is 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 4.
(3) in relation to the applicant, the applicant and the first paragraph of this article, paragraph 7 of the persons referred to in the first subparagraph of this article 1, 2, and 3. the exclusion referred to in paragraph conditions do not apply, if: 1) from the date when the become indisputable judgment of the Court of Justice or the Prosecutor's statement as punishment in connection with the first part of the infringement referred to in paragraph 1, up to the application or the date of the offer is three years;
2) from the date when the become indisputable judgment of the Court or other competent authority of the decision taken in relation to the first part of this article referred to in paragraph 2 of the violations until the application or the date of the offer is the last 18 months;

3) from the date when the become indisputable judgment of the Court or other competent authority of the decision taken in relation to the first part of this article, paragraph 3 of the irregularities to the application or the date of the offer is the last 12 months.
(4) where a public service provider public databases cannot get the first part of this article, 2., 4. and 5. the information referred to in paragraph 1, it shall require that the candidate or tenderer shall submit: 1) the competent authorities of a certificate attesting that the applicant, or the applicant and the first paragraph of this article, in point 7, that person is declared insolvency and being wound up;
2) statement, the State revenue service or the municipality in Latvia and which certifies that the candidate or tenderer and the first part of this article, paragraph 7 of the said person (regardless of whether they are registered in Latvia or have their residence in Latvia) Latvia is not a tax debt, including State social security payment debt which totals exceeding 100 lats;
3) statement that the candidate or tenderer and the first part of this article, paragraph 7 of the said person, if they are registered in a foreign State or foreign country have their residence abroad are not concerned, tax debt, including State social security payment debt which totals exceeding 100 lats;
4) certificate, issued by the national labour inspectorate, which certifies that the candidate or tenderer and the first part of this article, the person referred to in paragraph 7 in Latvia and abroad are not penalized for the first part of this article referred to in paragraph 2 of the labour law violations.
(5) if any documents the supplier can demonstrate that to him and the first subparagraph of paragraph 7 of the persons referred to in this article do not apply to the circumstances provided for in the first subparagraph, shall not be issued to or by these documents is not sufficient to demonstrate that the supplier and the first paragraph of this article, paragraph 7 of the persons referred to in this article do 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, paragraph 7 of the statement of the person competent to Executive or judicial authority, a notary or a competent jury concerned organization to their registration (domicile).
43. article. Compliance with the professional activity (1) of the public service is entitled to require evidence that the supplier is registered, licensed or certified according to national legislation.
(2) in the case of service contracts, insofar as the supplier must be specifically authorised or to be members of a specific to the country concerned to provide a particular service, the public service is entitled to require evidence of such authorisation or membership.
44. article. Quality assurance standards If the public service requires to be verified by supplier quality system, it refers to the quality systems that meet specific European certification standards and certified by the institution concerned, which comply with European certification standards. The public service recognizes 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 45. If the environmental management standards of the public service, having regard to the nature of the works or services, the quantity and significance of requests to the supplier confirms the ability of using the Treaty 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.
Article 46. (1) the qualification system of the public service, which publishes statement of qualifications systems, have the right to establish and maintain a system of qualification of suppliers. Public service provider who created and maintains a system of qualification shall ensure that suppliers throughout the system maintenance may be required at the time of their inclusion in the system.
(2) qualification system may have more than one qualifying phase. The system is applied on the basis of the public service of certain objective criteria for the evaluation of qualifications and conditions relating to the supplier's economic and financial standing, technical and professional capacity. In determining these criteria and conditions, public service provider having regard to article 41 of this law, the second and third parts, 42, 43, 44 and article 45. If the criteria and conditions include technical specifications, apply article 20 of this law.
(3) the public service provider provides the qualification criteria and conditions at the supplier's request. If the public service provider believes that some other public service qualification system meets its requirements, it shall communicate the name of the public service to interested suppliers.
(4) if necessary, the criteria and conditions may add to or change. On the amendment of the criteria and conditions will be notified to all interested suppliers.
(5) If the qualifying criteria and conditions stipulate the requirements relating to the supplier's economic and financial standing, technical and professional capacity of the supplier is entitled to rely on the other vendor opportunities, regardless of the legal nature of the relations between the. In this case, the vendor that submitted the application for the public service that, throughout the duration of the qualification system will have at its disposal the resources necessary, prove, by the supplier certification or agreement on cooperation.
(6) the public service provider who establishes a qualification system, evaluate the aptitude of the applicant, within six months of submission of the application and shall notify the decisions taken under this law, the first paragraph of article 56 of the rules. If the decision requires time beyond four months after filing, public service two months after submission of the application shall notify the applicant of the reasons for which the decision requires a longer time, as well as the time-limit within which will be adopted in the decision.
(7) the public service maintains a list of qualified suppliers. Suppliers can be divided into categories according to the type of contract for which the qualification is valid.
(8) public service provider who maintains the system of qualification, the supplier of the system off if it does not meet the qualification criteria and conditions required to form a system. Qualification system is excluded from the system no earlier than the day after 56 of this law in the fifth subparagraph of article that information sent to that Member and passed this law, article 77 of the second subparagraph of paragraph 1 or 2 and the period referred to in the fifth subparagraph, if the procurement monitoring Bureau this law 77. in accordance with the procedure laid down in article is not submitted application for procurement irregularities.
(9) if the qualification system notice published as a membership invitation to nominate candidates for specific contracts, for which the invitation for membership to be published by the public service designated by the supplier in accordance with the aims of qualification criteria and conditions, as well as in accordance with the methodology for the evaluation of the candidates, if applied to this law, article 41, third paragraph and included it in the system.
(10) if the qualification system notice published as the membership invitation, a closed tendering and negotiation procedure members are selected from qualified suppliers.
47. article. The examination of this information and the right to request additional information (1) the certificates and other documents in the cases specified in this Act shall be issued by the competent institution, the public service will accept and recognize where they have been issued not earlier than three months before the date of submission.
(2) the public service provider is entitled to check the necessary information to the competent body, publicly available databases or other publicly available sources. If the public service has obtained information in this way, but the public service information do not correspond to the actual situation, the candidate or tenderer may submit a certificate or other document of the relevant facts.
(3) where the public service provider raises doubts as to 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 the document.

(4) the public service provider is entitled to ask to the supplier or competent body supplement or clarify the certificates and documents submitted pursuant to the bidding documents designated qualification requirements, including this Act 42, 43, 44 and 45, the requirements of article as well as in the course of the evaluation of the tenders, request that is explained in the technical or financial information contained in the quotation or samples of goods is submitted.
48. article. The selection of candidates in the restricted and negotiated tender procedures, publication of a notice of participation, and the invitation to submit a tender or to negotiate (1) of the public service by the end of the application submission period, the candidates shall be selected in accordance with the rules laid down in the selection of candidates for qualification requirements, as well as in accordance with the methodology for the evaluation of the candidates, if this law is applied in article 41.
(2) a public service closed competition and, in the case of the negotiated procedure, if as the membership invitation published in periodic information notice, prior to the selection of candidates shall invite all candidates to confirm interest in turn expected to contract. The call for application contained the following information: 1) the object of the contract and its scope, including any possible additional agreements, in which time may be extended in future contracts, the nature and quantity of the notice concerning the works, supplies or services and, if possible, the date by which they intended to publish these notifications;
2) type of procurement procedure: a closed competition or negotiated procedure;
3) if necessary, the performance of the contract start and end date;
4) address where the application is submitted, it is submitted, an indication of the language or languages in which it must be submitted;
5) public service address, who organizes the procurement procedure, and information on the possibilities to obtain the technical specifications and other bidding documents;
6) the economic and technical conditions required of the suppliers, financial guarantees and information required from suppliers;
7) payment for procurement procedures about receipt of documents pursuant to article 36 of this law in the sixth, and payment arrangements;
8) for supply contracts: the nature of the contract for which tenders are invited to participate in the negotiations, or the purchase, sale, lease of payment, lease-purchase contract or any combination of such agreements;
9) the selection criteria and the bid evaluation criteria the importance of proportion or order, if they are not mentioned in the periodic information notice or of the procurement procedure documents or if it is to be mentioned in the invitation to tender or to negotiate.
(3) the selection of candidates in the restricted and negotiated tender procedures, publication of a notice of participation, public service provider, in writing, at the same time, all successful candidates shall be invited to submit a tender or to negotiate. Invitation to submit an offer or to participate in the negotiations include the technical specifications and other necessary documents or reference to the internet address of the website that are available for these documents, if the public service provides free and direct electronic access to bidding documents and any additional required documents.
(4) if the procurement documents and any additional required documents are not available to the public service, but the other institution, in the invitation to tender or to participate in the negotiations is that the address where these documents can be requested, as well as, if appropriate, the date by which it can be claimed, the amount of pay, having regard to article 36 of this law in the sixth, and payment arrangements. The responsible authority documents issued or circulated without delay after receipt of the request.
(5) in addition to the third part of this article, the information referred to in the invitation to tender or to participate in the negotiations include at least the following information: 1) the date by which a candidate is entitled to request additional documents;
2) for the submission of tenders, the address to which to send offers, the language or languages in which tenders may be submitted, but in the case of the negotiated procedure, including information on the opening of negotiations on a time and place;
3) in the case of a closed competition on the design of the offer and the requirements of filing a form of financial offer, opening date, time and place, as well as information about the security, if any;
4) If publication of a notice of contract: a reference to this statement;
5) an indication of the documents to be added to;
6) the selection criteria and the bid evaluation criteria, if they are not mentioned in the statement of qualifications published as invitations for participation;
7) evaluation criteria the offer share or order of importance, if they are not mentioned in the contract notice, the notice on the qualification system or procurement documents.
49. article. Submission and opening of tenders in open and closed competition (1) open competition closed the competition rules or in the invitation to tender at the specified location and time the supplier submits a tender and the tender security (if required), and according to the requirements.
(2) the public service provider will open the tenders submitted immediately after the expiry of the time limit for submitting tender rules or closed tender, in the invitation to tender at the specified location and time. The opening of public service provider hosting the meeting. The opening is identified.
(3) the submission of tenders shall be opened in order, naming the applicant, at the time of the offer, the price offered and other information describing the offer. At the request of the meeting of the public service to the financial offer, which according to the requested financial offers to the form specified in the bid price.
50. article. Examination of the conformity of tenders and selection (1) open competition in the public service shall designate applicants in accordance with the designated qualification requirements, check the conformity of the tender offer rules requirements and chooses the appropriate offer or offers in accordance with the selection criteria of the tender.
(2) a closed competition in the public service shall check the conformity of the tender closed tender call for tender requirements and chooses the appropriate offer or offers in accordance with the selection criteria of the tender.
(3) the negotiated procedure by publishing a statement of participation in the public service shall consult with the applicants submitted tenders to align it with the requirements referred to in the notice of participation, and other documents, the procurement procedure and the selection of the best tender in accordance with the previously established criteria for the selection of the offer.
(4) If the successful tenderer refuses to conclude a purchase agreement with the public service, the public service will adopt the decision to 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 contract with the next applicant, who offered the lowest price or submitted the most economically advantageous tender, but it refuses to enter into the contract, the public service will take the decision to suspend the procurement procedure, selecting no offer.
(5) Before taking a decision on the conclusion of a contract with next applicant who has offered the lowest price or submitted the most economically advantageous tender, the public service will assess whether or not this is considered to be one of the players with the originally chosen applicants who refused to conclude a purchase agreement with the public service. If necessary, the public service is entitled to require from the applicant a receipt and the following evidence that it is not to be considered one market participant along with the originally chosen applicants. If the applicant is considered to be one of the players with the successful tenderer, initially the public service takes the decision to stop the procurement procedure, selecting no offer.
51. article. The tender selection criteria (1) contains the following quotation: 1) criteria for the selection of the economically most advantageous tender, which takes into account factors such as supply or contract deadlines, 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, security of supply, price, and other items related to the Treaty, which must be specifically expressed and objectively comparable or assessed;
2) offer with the lowest price.

(2) the most economically advantageous bid, check the case of the public service or in the call for participation in a procurement procedure documents all evaluation criteria in order of importance, the proportion of the criteria and the numerical 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. The criteria assigned numeric values can be specified within a certain range.
52. article. The electronic auction (1) If the technical specifications can be determined very accurately, open and closed competitions, as well as in the case when applied to the negotiated procedure by publishing a membership invitation, the public service is entitled to apply before the offer the choice of electronic auction. The electronic auction may be held before the offer optional dynamic purchasing system in accordance with article 58 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) the decision to hold an electronic auction to the public service shall inform the membership invitation.
(4) If the electronic auction shall be held, procurement documents, in addition to other messages also indicate: 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.
(5) before the launch of the electronic auction public service performs a full initial evaluation of the tenders in accordance with the selection criteria of the tender.
(6) the public service provider at the same time invite all tenderers who have submitted compliant tenders by electronic means to submit new prices or value. The invitation shall contain all the information you need about individual connection used electronic equipment at auction, 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.
(7) If you plan to choose the most economically advantageous tender, the invitation to tender offer evaluation summary added. 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.
(8) at any stage of the electronic auction public service provider provides all applicants news that make them safe at any time to determine their relative location. The public service is entitled to also provide details of other prices or values offered, if it is intended procurement documents. The public service is 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.
(9) public service provider electronic auction ends, under one or more of the following conditions: 1) the date and time specified in the invitation to tender;
2) after the last promise, if passed in the call to the auction at the specified time and new promise at this time is not expressed;
3) if all mentioned in the auction call period are complete.
(10) If the public service wants to end the auction pursuant to this article the ninth part, paragraph 2 and paragraph 3, the invitation to tender it indicates for each auction period for the time.
(11) When the electronic auction is completed, the public service, using these auction results, choose the offer in accordance with the selection criteria of the tender.
(12) public service provider is not entitled to use the electronic auction to prevent, restrict or distort competition or to change the subject of purchase provided the invitation for participation in the procurement procedure and documents.
53. article. Unreasonably cheap offer (1) a public service provider 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 to the public service is deemed not reasonably cheap, that before the possible rejection of this offer in writing to the request from the applicant's detailed explanation of the essential conditions of the 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 best 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 public service, in consultation with the applicant, shall examine all the third paragraph of this article of these factors.
(5) where a public service provider 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 grounds that the applicant can not determine public service in a reasonable period of time to prove that the business is legitimate support. If the public service provider rejects the offer for that reason, it shall inform the European Commission and the procurement monitoring Bureau about the rejection of the offer and rejection reason.
54. article. Offers containing products originating in third countries (1) of this article shall apply to tenders, which include the third country of origin, with which the European Union has not concluded bilateral or multilateral agreements on the establishment of the European Union comparable and effective access to the market or for which the Council of the European Union has not taken a decision of the European Parliament and of the Council of 31 March 2004, Directive 2004/17/EC coordinating the procurement procedures of entities operating in the water, energy, transport and postal services sectors, the benefits of the application of the rules. This article does not affect the European Union and Latvia's international obligations to third countries.
(2) you can reject any offer for the conclusion of the supply contract, if the first part of the value of the goods referred to in excess of 50 per cent of the total of the items included in the offer. The meaning of this article, software, telecommunications network equipment shall be considered as goods.
(3) having regard to the second part of this article, if two or more bids, assessing them according to this law, the requirements of article 51, is equal, priority shall be given to proposals that are not to be rejected in accordance with the second paragraph of this article. The meaning of this article, the prices are considered to be equivalent if they differ by more than three percent. The offer does not give benefits in relation to the other offer, if this public service provider obliges to buy equipment whose technical characteristics are substantially different from the public service nature of equipment, resulting in incompatibility, technical equipment problems in the operation and maintenance of equipment, as well as the disproportionate costs.
55. article. Termination of the procurement procedure and termination (1) If the specific procurement procedures to be applied or not, or where the tenders submitted are outside the procurement procedures laid down in the documents or candidates do not meet the qualification requirements of designated public service provider decides to end procurement procedure, sent 56 this law referred to in the third subparagraph of article information to all candidates or tenderers and in conformity with article 31 of this law, the fourth subparagraph and the second subparagraph of article 34 shall be submitted for publishing notice of the amendment to the the termination of the procurement procedure, or stop.

(2) the public service is entitled at any time to stop the procurement procedure, if it has objective justification. The public service sends 56 this law referred to in the third subparagraph of article information to all candidates or tenderers and in conformity with article 31 of this law, the fourth subparagraph and the second subparagraph of article 34 shall be submitted for publishing notice of the amendment or termination of the procurement procedure.
(3) where the public service has taken a decision to terminate the procurement procedure, in accordance with this law, article 11 paragraph 1 third paragraph may apply a negotiated procedure, without publication of a membership invitation. If the purchase procedure is interrupted, it is not continued.
Article 56. The order in which the candidates and tenderers shall be informed of the results (1) of the public service within five working days after the decision is taken at the same time inform all candidates of the decision taken with respect to candidate selection results (rejected candidate also indicate its application the reasons for rejection) or candidates for inclusion in the dynamic purchasing system (rejected Tenderer shall also submit information on the reasons for the rejection of the offer). Public service provider all the candidates or tenderers shall be informed of the time allowed for the person in accordance with this law, article 77 of the second subparagraph of paragraph 1 or 2 is entitled to submit a procurement monitoring Bureau request for procurement irregularities. The meaning of this article, that information is provided to all candidates or tenderers at the same time, if the information they passed on the same day.
(2) the public service 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. Public service provider announces the name of the successful tenderer or the designated common names of participants, including: 1) rejected tenderer it reasons for rejecting the offer, but this law, article 20, fifth and sixth in the cases set out in part based on non-compliance or equivalence decision on non-compliance with the offer of functional requirements or performance requirements;
2) applicant who submits an appropriate offer, tender and the successful characteristics of conditional benefits if the tender selection criteria defined in the economically most advantageous tender;
3) the period within which the applicant in accordance with this law, article 77 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, or a dynamic purchasing system is not established, the public service within three 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, or a dynamic purchasing system is not created. Public service provider all the candidates or tenderers shall be informed of the time allowed for the person in accordance with this law, article 77 of the second subparagraph of paragraph 1 or 2 is entitled to submit a procurement monitoring Bureau request for procurement irregularities.
(4) the public service within three working days after the decision, inform the supplier about the decision taken with respect to the inclusion of the qualification system (the supplier shall also rejected it the reasons for rejection of the application) and on the time limit within which the supplier under this law, article 77 of the second subparagraph of paragraph 1 or 2 shall be entitled to submit to the procurement monitoring Bureau request for procurement irregularities.
(5) the public service within three working days after the decision shall inform the participants of the qualification system of the decision taken with respect to the exclusion from the qualification system of article 46 of this law the eighth case referred to, stating the grounds for exclusion and the period within which a person in accordance with this law, article 77 of the second subparagraph of paragraph 1 or 2 is entitled to submit a procurement monitoring Bureau request for procurement irregularities.
(6) be informed of the results of the public service is entitled not to disclose certain information if it can be detrimental to the public interest or it gets, would violate the legitimate supplier of commercial interests or fair competition rules.
(7) public service information about the results sent by mail, fax or electronically via a secure electronic signature, or served personally.
(8) be informed of the results of the public service provider stores the evidence on transmission of information or due date and type.
Chapter VIII. General agreements and dynamic purchasing systems, the application of article 57. General Agreement (1) on the conclusion of a general agreement, public service provider will comply with this statutory procurement procedures at all stages up to the conclusion of the General Agreement. Public service determines the General participants, taking into account the specific criteria for the selection of the offer.
(2) the general agreement concluded for the time not longer than four years, except for objective reasons (especially if the object of the contract) requires a longer period.
(3) General Agreement to prevent the use, restricted or distorted competition.
(4) General arrangements within the contracts shall be concluded pursuant to article 11 of this law, the third subparagraph of paragraph 9 and the General provisions of the agreement and without significant changes in these regulations. The General conclusion of contracts under the agreement, public service provider does not publish a notice of the results of the procurement procedure.
58. article. Dynamic purchasing system (1) dynamic purchasing system shall include all applicants who meet the qualification requirements and demands have submitted documents according to the procurement procedure information offer. Applicants are entitled at any time to complement the information offer. The public service throughout the system, from the time of its creation until the contracts are used only by electronic means in accordance with article 37 of this law, the second, third, fifth and sixth part.
(2) To set up a dynamic purchasing system, public service: 1) shall publish a contract notice stating that a dynamic purchasing is created;
2) prepare bidding documents in accordance with article 23 of this law the second part;
3) throughout the lifetime of the system (starting with publication of a contract notice) offering unrestricted, direct and full access to documents, the procurement procedure by electronic means. Public service provider shall indicate in the notice the internet address of the website where such documents are available.
(3) the public service throughout the dynamic purchasing system during operation enables the supplier to submit any informative offer and be included in the system in accordance with the first paragraph of this article. Informative offer evaluated within 15 days of the date of submission. The public service has the right to extend the offer period for the evaluation of the information, if it is sent by a system no one invitation to submit offers. The public service will inform the applicant about the inclusion of the dynamic purchasing system or of the rejection of the offer information, pursuant to article 56 of this law, the provisions of the first subparagraph.
(4) Before being sent to the call for tenders for each specific contract to the dynamic purchasing system within the public service shall publish a simplified contract notice in accordance with article 34 of this law the second part, inviting all interested suppliers to submit tenders information in accordance with the third subparagraph of this article. Information for the submission of tenders after the simplified contract notice published in the procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet may not be less than 15 days.
(5) each specific contract for the conclusion of dynamic purchasing systems within the public service of their informative evaluation of tenders received in part four of this article within the time referred to, invite all the dynamic purchasing system suppliers to submit proposals, setting the deadline for the submission of tenders. A public service contract to the tenderer whose offer is chosen in accordance with the selection criteria of the tender. The public service, if necessary, the invitation, you can refine the assessment criteria laid down in the contract notice, which indicates that you create dynamic purchasing system or of the procurement procedure.
(6) the dynamic purchasing system, the operating time may not exceed four years, unless objective reasons (especially if it requires contract) take longer.
(7) the dynamic purchasing system use to inhibit, restrict or distort competition.

(8) public service provider does not take fees from interested suppliers for their inclusion in the dynamic purchasing system, as well as from members of this system.
Chapter IX. The purchase agreement and the General Agreement in article 59. Purchase agreement (1) purchase agreement specifies the legal relationship between the public service or the public service providers and suppliers or vendors.
(2) the public service contracts shall be prepared indicating: 1) of the public service;
2) supplier name;
3 the subject matter of the procurement) volume, quality requirements and other necessary information;
4) contract price and payment arrangements;
5) contract deadline, location and conditions;
6) responsibility for the Contracting Parties to the Treaty to comply;
7 the procedure for amendment of the Treaty) and the order in which the allowable deviation from the agreement.
8) other provisions.
(3) the contract of service and supply contracts concluded for the time not longer than five years. This restriction does not apply to procurement contracts, public-private partnerships.
60. article. The purchase agreement and the General Agreement (1) purchase agreement or the agreement on the General switch, no earlier than the day after the end of the standstill period, if the procurement monitoring Bureau has no article 77 of this Act in accordance with the procedure laid down in the filed application for procurement irregularities.
(2) the first paragraph of this article, the waiting period is: 1) 10 days after the date of this law, in article 56 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 56. date of dispatch of the information, if any applicant it sent by mail, and in addition to one working day.
(3) procurement contracts or general agreement may conclude the first part of this article if: 1) the only tenderer has been awarded the contract and not the candidate, who would be eligible to submit an application of this law, in accordance with the procedure laid down in article 77;
2) applied to the negotiated procedure, without publication of a membership invitation, in accordance with article 11 of this law, the third part;
3) of a contract concluded within the framework of a dynamic purchasing system in accordance with article 58 of this law.
61. article. The performance of the contract personnel and subcontractors involved in the exchange of the staff of the Supplier that it had involved the performance of the contract, which provided the information and the public service for which the qualifications of the compliance with the requirements of the public service is appreciated, as well as subcontractors for which it informed the public service provider and to which the facilities built to demonstrate that it meets the qualifications for membership in the notice or bidding documents requirements After the conclusion of the contract may be changed only with public service providers written consent. The public service is entitled to give consent to the change of the subcontractor only if the proposed subcontractor does not comply with this law, the exclusion referred to in article 42.
Chapter x. Matt and the progress of the contest article 62. Matt contest general rules (1) Ran to tender if the estimated contract price is equal to the contract price of the Cabinet of Ministers set boundaries or higher. The public service is entitled to apply the methods of competition even if the estimated contract price is lower than the contract price set by the Cabinet of Ministers.
(2) Cast the contest shall not apply if the public service provider gets flipped this law, article 9, first paragraph, paragraphs 10 and 11, the second and third cases referred for service contracts.
(3) the public service does not reject the fired contestants, if the legislation of Latvia does not determine the legal status, but it is entitled to carry out works to deliver the goods or provide the services in accordance with the European Union legislation of the Member State in which it is established. The public service also does not limit participation in the cast in the contest with reference to a country or part of the territory.
(4) if the membership of the cast in the contest is limited to a certain number of members of the public service in the notice of invitation to tender or throwing a DART contest rules establish clear selection criteria, which do not give rise to potential participants. In any case the number of candidates invited shall be sufficient to ensure competition.
Article 63. Matt contest expected contract price determination of the estimated contract price set before throwing the contest started: 1) if throwing contest is organised as part of the service agreement, the procurement procedure, take account of the estimated contract price the contract of services, as well as all possible prizes and payments to participants;
2) if Matt contest is organized, for members in awards and payments, prizes and take into account the total amount of payments, as well as in accordance with article 11 of this law, the third subparagraph of paragraph 11 in the services agreement modalities expected contract price, if the public service announcement on cast contest determined that such contract will be closed.
64. article. The jury (1) a public service provider supports cast in the contest and be responsible for submitting the meta and promises anonymity of participants provide meta evaluation the end.
(2) in order to assess the professional cast, filed by the public service provider creates at least three jury members. An independent jury, making decisions and expressing opinions.
(3) the jury shall consist of only natural persons who do not represent the interests of the participants. If the cast of participants in the contest are required by a particular professional qualifications, at least a third of the jury members must have the same or equivalent professional qualifications.
Article 65. Methods of information exchange in the contest (1) exchanging information threw the contest of this law shall apply article 37 of first, second and fifth rules.
(2) the exchange of information and the storage is carried out so that all the data that the cast members in the course of the contest puts public service provider, would be protected, and the jury familiar with the meta content only after the expiry of the deadline.
(3) information relating to the specifications and methods of presentation required by electronic means, including encryption, is available to interested parties. Methods for the electronic receiving equipment corresponds to article 38 of this law.
66. article. Matt contest rules (1) before the publication of the notice of competition, throwing the public service develop throwing contest rules.
(2) Cast of the tender shall concern: 1) General information: a) the identification number of the purchase, (b)) public service provider name, address and other properties, c) Meta and promise submission site transcript, the period within which, and the procedure, pursuant to this law, article 68 and 69, d) other information;
2) project description and objectives;
3) submit meta composition (drawings, models, explanatory memorandum), a drawing or a drawing scale and level of development, as well as an explanatory memorandum requirements;
4) member professional qualifications requirements, where provided;
5) Meta and promise key design requirements;
6) threw the evaluation criteria;
7 information on the number of prizes), value, payment, if any, and their distribution for the principles, as well as on the issue of the term of the award and order;
8) procedure after the casting contest results are returned if the receivable were public service provider decides it does not maintain its;
9) an indication of whether the prize-winners are entitled to service contracts, as well as to invite the winner of the negotiated procedure;
10 the composition of the jury).
(3) a call for proposals to add Methods to the required materials (topographical plan, plans, technical rules, photos, and other materials).
Article 67. Notice of public tender Matt service provider who organizes the cast tender, in accordance with article 34 of this law, the second subparagraph shall provide for publication of the tender notice for the cast.
68. article. Deadline for submission of meta, service of documents and the provision of information (1) of the public service by establishing a time limit for the submission of meta, take into account the complexity of the project and the time required for the meta.
(2) the tender documents issued by Meta and the information provided in accordance with article 36 of this law, the first, fifth and sixth part.
(3) If the supplier is interested the times requested more information about the contest rules or the meta statement about throwing contest requirements, included public service provider provides no later than six days before the casting submission deadline. Additional information is provided in accordance with article 36 of this law, the provisions of part IV.
Article 69. Matt submission (1) to ensure the anonymity of the participants, and the accompanying material shall be submitted in a closed manner, marked with the slogan. With the motto understood set of letter or Word, which does not identify the participants and used to ensure anonymity.

(2) the Cast and the promise of the transcript submitted anonymously threw the contest rules at the specified location, and agenda. The transcript shall be filed at the same time promise to cast in a separate sealed envelope.
(3) On the closed envelope, which you inserted the promise key, specify the name of the contest, throwing the identification number, as well as "promise transcript". On the envelope indicates the meta author.
(4) to the meta and the submitted materials are not permitted in labelling that in any way could identify the Member. Where to submit the closed envelopes are detectable in such labels, they do not open returned to the applicants.
(5) the promise key contains information about the meta author or authors.
(6) the public service authorized person registered contacts items submitted, and received the submission of the order on the cast, as well as provide meta storage.
70. article. Meta (1) the evaluation of the jury valued items submitted pursuant to the invitation to tender shall cast the assessment criteria laid down and respect the anonymity until a decision is taken. If the jury finds the meta or accompanying materials, labels that in any way could identify the players, it threw off from further evaluation, including their opinion of the jury.
(2) collect a jury threw the contest results, decide on the best cast, put them in godalgošan, decide on the allocation of the award-winning, as well as prepare recommendations for the future use of meta.
(3) the jury is empowered to take a decision on the number of first-place award. If none of the jury threw not recognised as feasible, it is not granted in the first place.
(4) the Commission shall draw up the opinion of the jury, which includes: 1) for information on the methods evaluated;
2 assessment of the jury) for each meta;
3) decision on the allocation of the award, if it is intended to cast the contest rules;
4) addressed to the public service fired a recommendation on further use.
71. article. Matt contest report (1) the public service opens promises transcript only after over throwing the evaluation.
(2) after the public service promises to open the transcript prepared cast contest report which shall include at least: 1) description of the project and objectives;
2) public service provider's name, address and other properties;
3) news on the cast of participants in the contest;
4) news about the winners, as well as the decision on the allocation of the award, if it is intended to cast the contest rules.
(3) Cast the contest shall attach to the report article 70 of this law in the fourth part of the jury referred to the opinion of the Commission.
(4) a report based on a query is issued within two working days.
72. article. Result notification (1) of the public service within three working days after the transcript of the opening promises simultaneously inform all participants gave the decision taken to throwing the contest results and indicates that the person in accordance with this law, article 77 of the second subparagraph of paragraph 1 or 2 is entitled to submit a procurement monitoring Bureau request for procurement irregularities. Informing the cast of contestants, the public service will follow this law, article 56 of the sixth, seventh and eighth parts requirements.
(2) the public service provider as soon as possible, but no later than three working days after the fired contestants information in accordance with the first subparagraph shall be submitted for publishing notice of the sketch contest results in accordance with article 34 of this law the second part.
(3) information on the methods of tender, disclosure of which would impede law enforcement, or restrict competition, supplier or vendor of commercial harm to legitimate interests, may not be published. Public service provider, by publishing a notice, indicates where the information contained in the notification (in relation to the number of methods provided for the contestants ran identity or prices) may interfere with those interests and not to be disclosed.
(4) the copyright in respect of participants participation in the future development of the meta and fired further use under copyright law.
(5) Awards Matt issued the invitation to tender shall specify the time limit.
73. article. Matt contest termination (1) If no tender submitted meta meta or meta submitted do not meet the cast of the tender documents or requirements fired contestants do not meet the demands of professional qualification requirements, or if the public service is another objective grounds, public service provider decides to end the contest and send the cast in the second part of the information referred to in all fired contestants. If the contest is terminated, Matt, it is not continued.
(2) the public service within three working days at the same time inform all participants of the contest gave all the reasons Matt contest is terminated, and the period within which a person in accordance with this law, article 77 of the second subparagraph of paragraph 1 or 2 is entitled to submit a procurement monitoring Bureau request for procurement irregularities. Informing the cast of contestants, the public service will follow this law, article 56 of the sixth, seventh and eighth parts requirements.
74. article. The tender documents and the Meta Meta storage all public service article 71 of this law referred to in the third subparagraph of the original documents and the meta or Visual representation of a digital format stored in no less than four years after the adoption of the decision throwing contest.
Chapter XI. Procurement monitoring Office article 75. 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.
76. article. Application, the Commission's application, the Commission (hereinafter the Commission), and the operating procedures and competence of public procurement law, in so far as this law provides otherwise.
Chapter XII. The order in which submissions under consideration of violations of procurement procedures article 77. The right to submit an application for procurement procedures (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 procedures 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 violations of the laws and 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 for public service activities at the time of the procurement procedure. The meaning of this chapter on the procurement procedure constitutes this law article 11 provided for in the fifth subparagraph, the application of the requirements and qualifications for the establishment and functioning of the system.
(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, article 56, first paragraph of article 72 or 73. referred to in the second subparagraph of article information is sent to the person concerned by fax or electronically using a secure digital signature or transferred to a person;
2) within 15 days after the date of this law, article 56, first paragraph of article 72 or 73. referred to in the second subparagraph of article information is sent by post to the person concerned;
3) 10 days after the date of this law, article 33 notification referred to in the first subparagraph shall be published in the official journal of the European Union.
(3) an application for open competition in the Statute and in the contract notice and the tender closed or negotiated procedure by publishing a membership invitation, in the invitation to tender or to negotiate the requirements included in the procurement monitoring Bureau may be submitted not later than four working days before the expiry of the time limit for submission of tenders, but on the requirements of the closed competition or negotiated procedure by publishing a membership invitation, candidate selection rules, membership invitation and call for applications , The procurement monitoring Bureau may be submitted not later than four working days before the end of the application submission period. Application on casting contest rules and methods of the notice of competition requirements included in the procurement monitoring Bureau may be submitted not later than four working days before the casting of the deadline.
(4) the application shall be submitted in writing, and shall be the following: 1) the applicant's name and address;
2) in the public service, the name and address for submission;
3) facts which are the subject of the application, specifying the breach;
4) the applicant's claim;
5) legal basis of the application.

(5) the procurement monitoring Bureau during one working day after you have received the application for procurement irregularities, inserts details of it in your home page on the internet, showing the principal applicant, and public service procurement procedure, which the applicant contests the legality, as well as inform the public service provider of administrative proceedings, sending notice of application received and a copy of the application to the public service the specified fax number or electronic mail address and public service provider does not conclude 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.
(6) If an application is submitted for the public service in respect of 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.
(7) the applicant shall be entitled to withdraw his application, in writing, at any time, as long as the Commission has not taken a decision on it.
78. 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: 1) the application does not comply with this law, article 77 of the first, second, third, or fourth part;
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 claims of the applicant, or the application is manifestly rejected nature.
(2) the decision may be appealed to the Court of Justice of the administrative procedure law. Appeal shall not suspend the decision action.
Article 79. 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 the public service.
(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 the public service 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 agreement if the public service is not noticed this law article 56 or the first paragraph of article 72;
3) prohibit the purchase agreement or to conclude a general agreement and cancel the procurement documents or requirements the public service decision, if the application is justified and irregularities found by the Commission could affect the decision on procurement law;
4) to maintain the public service decision on the termination of the procurement procedure, or termination of, the non-inclusion of supplier qualification systems or exclusion from the qualification system, if the application is unfounded;
5) annul the decision of the public service about the termination of the procurement procedure, or termination of, the non-inclusion of supplier qualification systems or exclusion from the qualification system, 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.
(4) if the Commission finds that the application is left without a hearing, it shall decide to terminate the administrative proceeding. 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, the public service 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.
(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 the participants of the expert opinion or opinion. 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, the public service, 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 applicant, the public service 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 public service arguments;
7 reasons for decision);
8) appropriate legal provisions;
9) for the public service obligation and the period within which it enforceable, if the Commission decides on the measures for the prevention of infringements detected;
10) the prohibition or authorization of public service provider enter into contracts or general agreement;
11) where and what time period this decision can be appealed.
(9) where the Commission has decided on the measures for the prevention of infringements detected, public service resolves violations, shall take a decision and shall notify 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.
80. 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 XIII. Procurement contracts or general recognition agreement void, amendment or withdrawal of the rules, contract or agreement in general shortening the article 81. 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 can submit article 77 of this Act the person referred to in the first subparagraph.
(2) an application shall be submitted to the administrative district court, where the case is heard by 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 article 82 of this law the offences 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 of the day: a) in the official journal of the European Union published a statement on the outcome of the procurement procedure, in which the public service operator is included a justification for the decision to grant the right to enter into contracts or general agreement, without publishing a membership invitation, b), the public service has informed the tenderers concerned about contracts or general agreement, giving it 56 of this law of the second paragraph of article 1 or 2 of the information referred to in paragraph If the applicant for the purchase of the contract or the conclusion of the General Agreement, specifying its application the reasons for the rejection.
(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.
(6) If a matter is related only to the purchase agreement or arrangement in force on the general absence of cases other than those referred to in article 82 of this law, an application shall be submitted to the Court of general jurisdiction in civil law.
Article 82. When the purchase agreement or the General Agreement may be declared invalid, amend or cancel or shorten their terms of contract or agreement of the General term

(1) the Court or the purchase agreement General Agreement may be declared invalid, amend or cancel or shorten their terms of contract or agreement on the General term in any of the following cases: 1) procurement contracts or agreements concluded in General, without applying this statutory procurement procedure or article 11 of this law in the fifth part of the procurement procedure, if the public service provider it had to apply;
2) procurement contracts or general agreement concluded, not unreasonably the awarding of procurement contracts or general agreement, without publishing a membership invitation in the official journal of the European Union;
3) procurement contracts or agreements concluded in General, not subject to this law, article 60, first paragraph, the time limits laid down;
4) procurement contracts or general agreement entered into in violation of this law, article 77 of the prohibition laid down in the fifth subparagraph, to close a purchase agreement or the General Agreement;
5) purchase contract, according to this law, article 58 of the fourth or fifth 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. and 2. in the cases referred to in point of procurement 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) of the public service has published this law, article 33 notification referred to in the first subparagraph;
2) procurement contracts or agreements concluded in General not earlier than ten days and in addition to one working day from the date of this law, article 33 notification referred to in the first subparagraph shall be published in the official journal of the European Union;
3) of this Act has been complied with article 77 of the fifth part of the prohibition to conclude contracts or general agreement.
(3) the first paragraph of this article 5 in the case referred to in paragraph procurement contract not 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) of the public service has informed the applicants in accordance with article 56 of this law;
2) particular contract, pursuant to article 60 of this law the period referred to in the first subparagraph;
3) of this Act has been complied with article 77 of the fifth part of the prohibition to conclude procurement contracts.
83. article. 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. In addition, the adoption of this decision, 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 future public service provider does not allow violations of this 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 to maintain the contracts or arrangements on the General 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 2 are not referred to in the judgment.
(4) if the purchase agreement or arrangement concluded in General, not subject to this law, article 60, first paragraph, the deadline or in violation of this law, article 77 of the prohibition laid down in the fifth subparagraph, to enter into contracts or 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 XIV. Tort, article 84. (1) damages for damage to the administrative procedure 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) if the losses suffered outside the administrative procedure for the reimbursement at the request of the applicant, the Court of Justice shall decide upon the application and accepting any of this law, article 83 of the judgment referred to in the first subparagraph. The obligation to prove 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.
(3) when submitting an application to the procurement monitoring Bureau in accordance with article 77 of the law, damages are sought. Public service compensation for damage may be requested simultaneously with the filing of the Court or with the public service Government reimbursement for damage in accordance with the procedure prescribed by law. Procurement monitoring Bureau is not responsible for the public service for loss suffered.
Chapter XV. Statistical reports in article 85. Statistical report of the public service each year until March 1 to submit to the procurement monitoring Bureau statistical reports in accordance with article 86 of this law.
86. 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 the contract price set by the Cabinet of Ministers, but the limits which should be concluded in accordance with the requirements of this Act, if the contract price should equal the Cabinet established contract price limits or higher, as well as the type and scope of operation, in accordance with this law, 3., 4., 5., articles 6 and 7;
3) total amount of agreements concluded in accordance with article 11 of this law in the fifth.
(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;
2) for each procedure after the works, item groups and service categories in accordance with the nomenclature of the purchase (CPV);
3) after their nationality, by suppliers which concluded in purchase contracts.
(3) if the contract concluded on the basis of negotiated procedure without publication of a membership invitation, first subparagraph, of this article, the information referred to in paragraph 1 in addition to split categories according to this law, article 11 the provisions of part three, and this information shall include the number and amount of the contract, grouped by nationality of suppliers.
(4) this article is the first part of the information referred to in paragraph 1 shall not include information concerning contracts concluded for this law annex 2 category 5 includes telecommunications services, the positions of which in the nomenclature of the purchase (CPV) meet the CPC nomenclature numbers 7524, 7525 records and 7526, and 8 in the category of research and development services.
(5) statistical reports shall also include other information, if required by the World Trade Organization agreement on government procurement, as well as at the request of the European Commission.
Chapter XVI. The order in which a particular transaction is recognized on free competition, article 87. Certain activities on the recognition of free competition (1) for the application of this law, article 9, first paragraph, point 11, the question of whether any of this law, 3., 4., 5., 6., or in article 7 following in Latvia is carried out freely competitive conditions, decide, on the basis of the criteria laid down by the Cabinet of Ministers and which comply with the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union rules on competition.
(2) article 9 of this law, the first paragraph of paragraph 11 the meaning of this law, 3., 4., 5., 6., or action referred to in article 7 shall be considered as having been carried out in a fully competitive environment, if gas or heat transport or distribution, electricity production, transmission or distribution, in respect of public service providers that work in the area of postal services, and the search for oil or gas, or mining sector apply legislative requirements.

(3) where, on the basis of the second paragraph of this article, you cannot assume that the relevant market is freely available, free access to the relevant market is arguable in fact and law.
(4) article 9 of this law, the first paragraph of paragraph 11 applies if one of the following conditions: 1), the European Commission, within a period to be fixed, which is announced in the official journal of the European Union and does not exceed three months from the next working day after the date of its receipt of this law, the first paragraph of article 88 of the claims referred to in paragraph 1, except where specified in the extension, notified in the official journal of the European Union and which does not exceed one month, in the second case referred to or three months in other cases, have adopted a decision by which it recognizes that a particular this law, 3., 4., 5., 6., or action referred to in article 7 in Latvia is carried out freely competitive conditions;
2) European Commission, within a period to be fixed, which is announced in the official journal of the European Union and does not exceed three months from the next working day after the date of its receipt of this law, the first paragraph of article 88 of the claims referred to in paragraph 2, except where specified in the extension, notified in the official journal of the European Union and which does not exceed three months, has adopted a decision by which it acknowledges that certain of the Act 3. , 4., 5., 6., or action referred to in article 7 in Latvia is carried out freely competitive conditions;
3) the European Commission launched, on its own initiative in the evaluation procedures within a time limit which it announced in Latvia, has adopted a decision by which it recognizes that a particular this law, 3., 4., 5., 6., or action referred to in article 7 in Latvia is carried out freely competitive conditions;
4) the European Commission in the first, second or third subparagraph, has not taken a decision within the time limit.
88. article. Requirements for submission to the European Commission (1) for the application of article 9 of this law, the first paragraph of point 11:1) on the industry Ministry in charge may decide that a particular this law, 3., 4., 5., 6., or action referred to in article 7 in Latvia is carried out in a fully competitive environment. The decision taken on the industry Ministry in charge shall notify the European Commission, seeking to evaluate and recognise that certain this law, 3., 4., 5., 6., or action referred to in article 7 in Latvia is carried out freely competitive conditions;
2) of the public service is entitled to submit a request to the European Commission so that it recognizes that a particular this law, 3., 4., 5., 6., or action referred to in article 7 in Latvia is carried out in a fully competitive environment.
(2) criteria for the relevant industry responsible Ministry or public service provider will assess whether a particular this law, 3., 4., 5., 6., or action referred to in article 7 in Latvia is carried out freely competitive conditions, referred to in the first paragraph of the content and requirements of the order in which they are submitted to the European Commission, established by the Cabinet of Ministers.
(3) if the hearing is submitted a new claim for the same subject, it is dealt with at one of the previously submitted claim procedure.
Article 89. Cooperation with the European Commission if the request is submitted to the European Commission public service provider or the European Commission has launched specific of this law, 3., 4., 5., 6., or those mentioned in article 7 of the evaluation on its own initiative and informed the European Commission of Latvia, necessary information upon request of the relevant industry, to provide responsible Ministry, adding, if possible, on specific monitoring of the activities of the competent authorities.
Chapter XVII. Other provisions article 90. The application of the nomenclature of the purchase If the public service, in interpreting this law 1 and 2 the purchase referred to in the annex to the nomenclature (CPV) data finds that their possible interpretation is different from the statistical classification of economic activities (NACE) nomenclature of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 December 2006, Regulation (EC) No 1893/2006 establishing the NACE Rev. 2. statistical classification of economic activities, as well as amending Council Regulation (EEC) No 3037/90 and certain EC regulations on specific statistical domains If the United Nations Central Product Classification (CPC), that apply to the interpretation of the data, the CPV which correspond to NACE nomenclature or the CPC nomenclature.
Transitional provisions 1. With the entry into force of this Act invalidates law "on procurement for the needs of the public service" (Latvian Saeima and the Cabinet of Ministers rapporteur, 2004, nr. 23).
2. Call for the open, restricted or negotiated procedure the competition on which the statement of participation, or toss tender completed in accordance with the law "on procurement for public service needs". Complaints about irregularities that allowed this procurement procedure submitted to the procurement monitoring Bureau and looking to the law "on procurement for public service needs".
3. The procurement monitoring Bureau of the appeals court decision, adopted on the basis of the law "on procurement for public service" does not apply to this law, article 80 of the first and second subparagraphs, and article 84, first paragraph, second sentence. These things appeal procedures shall be determined by the administrative procedure law.
4. Article 81 of the law referred to in the first paragraph of the application can be submitted, if the purchase agreement or arrangement concluded in General after the entry into force of this law.
5. The Cabinet of Ministers to the 2010 October 1 issue in article 13 of this law and article 34, first paragraph, first sentence, these provisions.
6. Article 19 of this law shall enter into force on 4 December 2010. The Cabinet of Ministers until 2010 December issue 4 Article 19 of this law referred to in the second subparagraph.
7. Article 9 of this law, the first paragraph of point 11 and chapter XVI shall enter into force on February 1, 2011. The Cabinet of Ministers until 31 January 2011 issue to article 88 of this law referred to in the second subparagraph.
8. Article 9 of this law-fourth and informative references to the directives of the European Union section 6 comes into force on august 1, 2011.
9. This Act article 34, second paragraph, first sentence set out in the order in which notifications shall be submitted for publication, as from 1 November 2010. 2010 October 31 of the public service in question article 34 of this law in the first part of that statement shall be prepared and submitted to the procurement monitoring Bureau for publication, completing the procurement monitoring Bureau homepage on the internet available in the relevant notification form and sending it to the procurement monitoring Bureau electronically, by fax or mail.
10. This Act 42 the first paragraph of article 2 and paragraph 3 shall apply where the offence for which the entry into force and become the undisputed competent authorities decision or judgment of the Court of Justice, is done after the entry into force of this law.
11. to the extent not inconsistent with this Act, to the other of the laws for the entry into force of the amendments they used the reference to the law "on procurement for public service purposes" shall be considered a reference to this Act.
Informative reference to European Union directives, the law includes provisions resulting from: 1) Council of 25 February 1992 Directive 92/13/EEC coordinating the laws, regulations and administrative provisions relating to the application of Community rules on the procurement procedures of entities operating in the water, energy, transport and telecommunications sectors;
2) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 31 March 2004, Directive 2004/17/EC coordinating the procurement procedures of entities operating in the water, energy, transport and postal services sectors;
3) Commission of 7 September 2005 Directive 2005/51/EC of the European Parliament and the Council amending Annex XX to Directive 2004/17/EC and annex VIII to Directive 2004/18/EC on public procurement;
4) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 December 2007 of Directive 2007/66/EC, Council Directive 89/665/EEC and 92/13/EEC is amended with regard to improving the effectiveness of review procedures concerning the award of public contracts;
5) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 April 2009. directive 2009/33/EC on the "promotion of clean and energy-efficient road transport vehicles;
6) 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 law shall enter into force on the day following its promulgation.
The Parliament adopted the law of 25 august 2010.
President Valdis Zatlers in Riga V 2010 September 3-public service procurement law annex 1 of the nomenclature of works contracts the European Union classification of economic activities (NACE) CPV code section F construction part group class activity notes 45 construction of this section includes the construction of new buildings and works, restoration work and repairs preparing the construction site 45100000 45 million 45.1 45.11 demolition and dismantling Structures;
the bottom of this class include: movement 1) structures, and other facilities;
2) site remediation;

3 remove the bottom: norakšan), a building site levelling and tagging, trenching, blasting of rock, harvesting and other work;
4) mineral extraction site preparation: excess removal of the load, and other preparatory work for the mineral sediments and career sites.
This class also includes: 1) construction site drainage;
2) agricultural land and forest drainage 45110000 45.12 test drilling or drilling in this class include the establishment of pilot drill pilot holes, and soil sampling for construction, geophysical, geological or similar purposes.
This class does not cover: 1) oil or gas drilling ventures (see 11.20);
2) water drilling formation (see 45.25);
3) shaft cutting (see 45.25);
4) oil and gas field exploration, geophysical, geological and seismic surveys (see 74.20) 45120000 or separate round 45.2 works and civil engineering works 45200000 45.21 General construction of buildings and civil engineering works in this class include: 1) all types of buildings and engineering structures construction;
2) bridge (including road estakād), viaduct, tunnel and subways: grids, communication and power lines, the city's pipeline, the city's communications and power line construction, other related jobs in cities; prefabricated Assembly and installation at the construction site.
This class does not cover: 1) to the extraction of oil and gas related services (see paragraphs 8.19);
2) completely prefabricated constructions Assembly of own design, which are not produced from concrete (see. 20, 26 and 28);
3) Stadium, swimming pool, gym, tennis courts, golf courses and other sports works, except for works of buildings (see 45.23);
4) building installation work (see 45.3);
5) building finishing works (see Figure 45);
6) architecture and engineering activities (see 74.20);
7) construction project management (see 74.20) 45210000 (exception: 45213316, 45220000, 45231000, 45232000) 45.22 roofing and construction Assembly this class includes a roof Assembly, roof covering taxation, protection against precipitation 45261000 45.23 highways, roads, airfields and sport facilities construction, this class includes: 1) Highway, street, road and other traffic and pedestrians in road construction;
2 rail construction);
airfield runway construction 3);
4) Stadium, swimming pool, gym, tennis courts, golf courses and other sports works, excluding building works;
5) roads and parking lots.
This class does not include previous soil movement (see 45.11) 45212212 and 45230000 DA03 (except: 45231000, 45232000, 45234115) 45.24 construction of the waterworks structures this class includes: 1) waterway, ports and quays of the river shore, (he), the sluice-gate, etc. construction;
2) dams and dam construction;
3) dredging;
4) underwater jobs 45240000 45.25 other construction work that requires special skills, this class includes a one of a kind works, which are common to the different structures and which requires special skill or equipment: 1) basic tagging works, including piling;
2) water well drilling and construction, shaft digging;
3) manufactured the steel element Assembly;
4) steel folding;
5) specification for the creation of jobs;
6) scaffolding and work platform Assembly and dismantling, including scaffolding and work platform rental;
7) chimney and industrial furnace construction.
This class does not include a lease without the scaffolding Assembly and disassembly (see 71.32) 45250000 and 45262000 building installation work to 45.3 45300000 45.31 installation of electrical power lines and mounting this class includes: 1) built-in power cord and mounting equipment;
2) installation of the telecommunications system in buildings and constructions;
3) electrical installation of heating systems in buildings and constructions;
4 installation of the antenna) permanent buildings and structures;
5) fire alarm system installation in buildings and constructions;
6) burglar alarm system installation in buildings and constructions;
7 installation of lifts and escalators) buildings and structures;
8) zibensnovedēj and other system installation in buildings and structures 45213316 and 45310000 (except 45316000) 45.32 insulation work in this class include insulation, sound or vibration insulation installation in buildings and structures.
This class does not include waterproofing (see 45.22) 45.33 Sanitārtehnisk 45320000 jobs this class includes: 1) plumbing and sanitary installation in buildings and constructions;
2) gas installation of the buildings and constructions;
3) heating, ventilation, refrigeration or air conditioning equipment and pipeline installation in buildings and constructions;
4) water spray systems in buildings and structures.  
This class does not include installation of electrical heating systems (see 45.31) 45.34 other building and 45330000 devices, this class includes: 1) lights and alarm system installation on the roads, railways, airports and ports;
2) other equipment and accessories for installation in buildings and structures 45234115, 45316000 and 45340000 surface finish 28.2 45400000 45.87 Apmetēj works this class includes the buildings and premises of the inner and outer surfaces including plaster plastering with plate or sheet material of this work 45410000 45.42 Carpentry class includes: 1) of wood or other material of manufacture of Windows, doors, frames, the built-in kitchen appliances, stairs , shop equipment and other equipment in the building;
2) indoor ceiling, wall, wood finishing, sliding partition installation and other wooden decoration works.
This class does not include parquet and other wood floor installation (see 45.43) 45.43 floor and wall 45420000 meadows of this class contain a floor or wall, ceramic, concrete or stone tiles, parquet or other wooden floors, soft flooring (linoleum, carpet, rubber or plastic cover), "terac" concrete, marble, granite or slate roof or wall covering, wall boards, decking, suspension or mounting in buildings and structures 45430000 45.44 painting and glazing in this class include : 1) the buildings and premises of indoor or external surface, or painting of the technical equipment;
2) glass, mirror Assembly.
This class does not include window tiling (see 45.42) 45.45 other building site 45440000 the finishing work in this class include: 1) private swimming pool Assembly;
2) surface cleaning of the building with the steam blast, and in like manner;
3) other buildings and premises finishing and final work.
This class does not include indoor cleaning (see 74.70) 45212212 and A04, 45450000 building Assembly or disassembly 45.5 (with driver) rental 45500000 45.50 building Assembly or disassembly (with driver) rental This class does not include Assembly or dismantling of the building equipment (without driver) rental (see 71.32) 45500000 public service procurement law annex 2 nomenclature of service contracts (A) the number of the Service Category code CPV code CPC 1.
Maintenance and repair services 6122, 633, 886 6112, From 50100000-6 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.
Land transport services, except for rail transport services covered by category 18, including the armored truck and kurjerservis services, except transport of mail services 712 (except 71235), 7512, 87304 From 60100000-9 to 60183000-4 (except 60160000-7, 60161000-4, 60220000-6), and from 64120000-3 to 64121200-2 3.
Passenger and cargo air transport services, except transport of mail services 73 (except 7321) From 60410000-5 to 60424120-3 (except 60411000-2, 60421000-5), 60500000-3 and 60440000-4-60445000 from 9 to 4.
Mail transport services by land and air, except for rail transport services covered by category 18, 7321 60160000 71235-7, 60161000-4, 60411000-2, 60421000-5 5.
Electronic communications services From 64200000-8 to 64228200 752-2, 72318000-7 and from 72720000-3 72700000-7 to 6.
Financial services: insurance, banking and investment services other than financial services relating to securities or other financial instruments to the issue, purchase, sale or transfer to other persons, including cash or raise capital. Also off contract relating to land, existing buildings or other immovable property or lease purchase or other acquisition of the right to such real estate to any financial resources, however, this law applies to financial service contracts related to real estate purchase or lease or other acquisition of the rights to real estate and concluded before or after a purchase or lease agreement or at the conclusion of its ex 81 812, 814 From 66100000,-1 to 66720000-3 7.
With computer hardware related services From 50310000 to 50324200 84-1-4 72000000-5 to 72920000 from-5 (except 72318000-7 and from 72700000-7 and 72720000-3) and 79342410-4 8.
Research and development services and related services – only those research and development services, which pays in full and that the same requirements used only public service provider From 73000000-2 to 73436000 85-7 (except 73200000-4 to 73220000-, 73210000-7, 0) 9.

Accounting, audit and accounting services From 79210000-9 to 79223000 862-3 10.
Market and public opinion research services From 79300000 864-7 to 79330000-6 and 79342310-9, 79342311-6 11.
Management consulting services and related services, with the exception of arbitration services and services provided to 865, 866 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 12.
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 867-7 (except 71550000-8) and 79994000-8 13.
Advertising services From 79341000-6 to 79342200 871-5 (except 79342000-3 and 79342100-4) 14.
Building maintenance services and property management services From 70300000 82201 to 82206 874,-4 to 70340000-6, and from 90900000-6 to 90924000-0 15.
Printing and publishing services for remuneration or on a contract basis From 79800000-2 to 88442 79824000-6 and 79970000 79980000 from-6 to-7 16.
Waste water and refuse services; sanitation and similar services From 90400000-1 to 90743200 94-9 (except 90712200-3), from 90910000-9 to 90920000-2 and 50190000-3, 50229000-6, 50243000-0 (B) part 17.
Hotel and restaurant services 64 From 55100000-1 to 55524000-9, and from 98340000-8 to 98341100-6 18.
Railway transport services 711 60200000-60220000 From 0 to-6 19.
Maritime services From 4 to 72 60600000-60653000-0 and-1 to 63727200-3 63727000 20.
Support and palīgtransport Services From 63000000-9 to 74 63734000-3 (except 63711200-8, 63712700-0, 63712710-1 to 63727000-3 and from 63727200-3) and 98361000-1 21.
Legal services 861 From 79100000-5 to 79140000-7 22.
Staff search and provisioning services, excluding the employment contracts Of 79600000 872-0-79635000-4 (except 79611000-0, 79632000-3, 79633000-0) and from 98500000-8 to 98514000-9 23.
Investigation and security services, except for collection services (except 87304) 873 From 79700000-1 to 79723000-8 24.
Education and training services From 80100000-5 to 80660000 92-8 (except 80533000-9, 80533100-0, 80533200-1) 25.
Health and social care services 93 79611000-0 and from 85000000-9 to 85323000-9 (except 85321000-5 and 85322000-2) 26.
Recreational, cultural and sporting services From 79995000-5 to 79995200 96-7 and from 92000000-1 to 92700000-8 (except 92230000-2, 92231000-2 and 92232000-6) 27.
Other services, except contracts for program material, optimization, development or modification, if it is intended for broadcasting by broadcasters and contracts for broadcasting time