Provisions For Deferred Deliveries

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par atliktajām piegādēm

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 547 Riga, 26 July 2005 (pr. No 43 43) provisions on deferred deliveries made in accordance with article 9 of the law on the mobilization of the paragraph 5 1. determines: 1.1. material resources and types of services deferred deliveries;
1.2. the delayed supply planning and execution. 2. Deferred plans to supply the following types of material resources: 2.1 essential industrial goods;
2.2. the medicinal products, medical devices, personal protective equipment and clothing, communications and logistics security features medical needs;
2.3. the disinfection device and features;
2.4. medicinal products for veterinary use, medical goods;
2.5. the foodstuffs;
2.6. energy resources;
2.7. the civil protection equipment and special equipment;
2.8. the national armed forces exercises the necessary logistical resources;
2.9. Logistics features traffic and electronic communications networks. 3. Deferred deliveries plans to the following types of service: 3.1 emergency medical help and treatment;
3.2. pretepidēmij measures;
3.3. risk situation of the population in the catering, accommodation and the provision of housing;
3.4 transport and electronic communications;
3.5. the national civil defence personnel to be mobilized the formations and the activities of Municipal formations;
3.6. the national armed forces and units of the household;
3.7. the construction and other civil engineering works. 4. the material resources and types of services deferred deliveries will be scheduled based on prevention, management of risks and potential consequences liquidation plan, developed as a result of the competence of the Ministry of industry risk forecasts. Contracts ensure that: 4.1 the Ministry of Defense: 4.1.1 on national armed forces exercises the necessary logistical resources;
4.1.2. for services associated with national armed forces personnel and units of the municipal action;
4.2. The Ministry of economy: 4.2.1 on essential industrial goods;
4.2.2. for energy;
4.2.3. on services related to construction and other civil engineering works;
4.3. The Ministry of Internal Affairs and other ministries, as well as their subordinated institutions, forming the mobilizējamo of civil protection formations: 4.3.1. concerning civil protection and special formations equipment inventory;
4.3.2. for services related to the establishment of civil protection to be mobilized personnel and operation of Municipal formations;
4.4. the Ministry of transport: 4.4.1. for logistical means responsibility, Ministry of traffic and communications networks;
4.4.2. the transport and electronic communications services;
4.5. The Ministry of health: 4.5.1. for medicinal products, medical devices, personal protective equipment, communications and logistics security features medical needs;
4.5.2. for disinfection devices and tools;
4.5.3. for services related to emergency medical assistance, treatment and pretepidēmij measures;
4.6. the Ministry of agriculture: on 4.6.1. foodstuffs;
4.6.2. for veterinary medicinal products, medical products and disinfectants;
4.6.3. for services associated with the pretepidēmij event. 5. Deferred delivery plans, if not create national 5.1: material reserves or not economically expedient way;
5.2. the national economy is unable to provide national armed forces, the national civil protection system, as well as important to the economy and citizens with the necessary material resources and services. 6. Deferred deliveries of material resources and the types of services provided by relevant agreements on substantive supplies between customers and suppliers. Conclude agreements on substantive supplies comply with the law "on procurement for State or local government needs". 7. Deferred delivery contracts shall contain the following information: the name of the client 7.1;
7.2. the name of the supplier;
7.3. goods, materials or services;
7.4. the subject of the purchase amount, quality requirements, technical specifications and other necessary information, the subject matter of the procurement;
7.5. the payment order;
7.6. the performance conditions (time, location, transport);
7.7. the responsibility of the Contracting Parties on the implementation of the contract;
7.8. the procedure for the amendment of the contract and the order in which the allowable deviation from the contract. 8. Deferred delivery contracts may provide for the remuneration of the bailiff of the willingness of the Treaty to fulfil the contract and potential losses if the contract is filled in order of urgency. 9. Delivery of materials and services in accordance with the delayed supply contracts, the country risk of the extraordinary case border and customs controls. 10. Payment for the willingness to supply the material resources and to provide the services in accordance with the delayed supply contracts from the relevant State institutions funds intended for mobilization readiness. 11. the material resources and services received under supply contracts, the deferred payment out of the national institutions of the budget after the supply of material resources and services. 12. Deferred delivery contracts controlled by the authorities, which have entered into agreements. 13. Deferred supply contracts put if it is launched for the mobilization. Prime Minister a. Halloween Defense Minister e. Morgan