The Rules On Procurement Procedures And Their Application Of A Subscriber-Funded Projects

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par iepirkuma procedūrām un to piemērošanas kārtību pasūtītāja finansētiem projektiem

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Read the untranslated law here: https://www.vestnesis.lv/ta/id/91836

 
Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 603, Riga, 13 July 2004 (pr. No 42 54) rules on procurement procedures and their application of a Subscriber-financed projects have been issued in accordance with the law "on procurement for State or local government needs" article I. 5.2 General questions 1. provisions established procurement procedures and the procedures for their implementation, as well as individuals who apply these procedures if the project from its own resources or from the structural instruments of the European Union and national funds co-financing funded person that is the principal law "on procurement for State or local government needs". 2. the rules apply to the company, as well as to any legal or natural person who performs or intends to perform commercial activities, if it receives the support of the business of the State or municipality budget under business support Control Act, as well as to the Republic of Latvia registered legal or natural person, in accordance with the decision of the institution responsible for European structural funds-recognised beneficiary or beneficiaries of the grant If the persons referred to in this paragraph is not the principal law "on procurement for State or local government needs". 3. About the progress of the procurement procedure and documentation is the responsibility of the beneficiary. 4. disputes between incurred in the course of the procurement procedure, the product supplier, service provider or operator of the construction works (hereinafter supplier) with funding recipients.
II. Procurement procedures 5. To determine whether the required procurement procedures, the beneficiary determines the project contained in the supply, service or works contract estimated contract price (without value added tax). 6. supplies, services or works which estimated the purchase contract price is greater than 5000, apply these rules laid down in chapter III of the simplified procedure for the award of the contract. 7. The beneficiary may not apply this provision for the procedures referred to in point 6 in the following cases: 7.1 if the receiving service from the institutions that are the principal law "on procurement for State or local government needs" and provide the relevant services on the basis of the special normative acts laid down in law; 7.2. If the required products manufactured or services provided on the basis of exclusive patents or licences.
8. the funding recipient is not allowed to supply, service and works procurement does not reasonably be divided into parts, to avoid this provision paragraph 6 the procedures referred to in the application.
III. Simplified procedure for the award of the contract 9. Beneficiary before the simplification of procedures for the award of the contract (hereinafter referred to as the procurement procedure) notification of the purchase object shall be prepared technical description (technical description). 10. Technical description shall specify requirements in regard to the quality of the subject of purchase, quantity, performance, security, guarantee, test methods, packaging, marking, of method, the required resources, the desired end result, compliance with industry regulations and other requirements of reasonable and objective requirements to meet the object of purchase purchase target. 11. Technical description of such requirements may not be appropriate for one particular brand or one specific to the item or of the applicant's proposed service. 12. If the purchase object fulfils the Latvian National Standard status takes over the European Union's standards, national standards or international or regional standards organization standards, technical description of the subject of purchase shall be established in accordance with those standards. 13. The beneficiary shall send the invitation to submit a tender (hereinafter referred to as the notice) and the technical description to potential suppliers, which it is known and for which the qualifications and credibility it no doubt. Suppliers invited to check detailed justification specifies the evaluation report. The number of suppliers invited to choose, to ensure an adequate supply at least three. 14. The offer is considered adequate if it fully complies with the technical requirements set out in the description. 15. If the beneficiary is not known enough number of possible suppliers, the invitation may be published in one or more of the press, as well as send the procurement monitoring Bureau to determine the sample form (annex 1). Procurement monitoring Bureau invitations are published free of charge. Procurement monitoring Bureau within three working days after the receipt of the invitation inserts the procurement monitoring Bureau website on the internet. The newspaper published the invitation, as well as the possible suppliers, the invitation shall send only those messages that referred to the procurement monitoring Bureau website on the internet published invitation. 16. If the works contract estimated contract price in excess of 2800000 lat or delivery or service contract estimated contract price exceeds 80000 dollars, the beneficiary shall send the invitation to the procurement monitoring Bureau to determine the sample form (annex 1). Procurement monitoring Bureau within three working days after the receipt of the invitation inserts the procurement monitoring Bureau website on the internet. The beneficiary may in addition publish the newspaper, as well as the invitation to send an invitation to all potential suppliers, which it is known. The newspaper published the invitation, as well as the possible suppliers, the invitation shall send only those messages that referred to the procurement monitoring Bureau website on the internet published invitation. 17. If the purchase procedure is announced on the internet, the beneficiary may provide suppliers the opportunity to call for a specified time and place to familiarize yourself with the technical description and other procurement documentation. 18. The beneficiary shall determine the period for the submission of tenders, which is sufficient for the preparation of the bid, but not less than five working days. 19. The beneficiary is entitled to amend the technical description and in the call. If the purchase procedure notified on the internet in accordance with the provisions of paragraphs 15 and 16, the amendment shall be made no later than three working days before the bid closing date. In that case, the beneficiary shall send the procurement monitoring Bureau notice of amendments to the procurement documents to determine the sample form (annex 2). Procurement monitoring Bureau within three working days of receipt of the notification puts it on the procurement monitoring Bureau website on the internet. 20. the supplier shall be prepared in accordance with the invitation and the technical requirements set out in the description. 21. Some of the proposals may be submitted to potential suppliers who are related persons, the law "About taxes and duties". Quotations that are separately by the following persons, beneficiaries will not be considered. 22. the supplier May not be linked to the person the beneficiary of the financing. 23. If necessary, the recipient of the funding offer in compliance verification and evaluation upon one or more independent experts. The expert could be connected person in relation to possible suppliers or beneficiaries. Expert delivers a written opinion about the offer. Opinion adds valuation report. 24. to the procurement procedure occurred, the beneficiary shall ensure that received at least three bids accordingly. 25. The beneficiaries of the relevant quotations chosen offer with the lowest price. If necessary, the price shall include delivery of the subject of the purchase and installation costs, costs associated with the use of the object of purchase throughout the time (but not more than five years after conclusion of the contract of purchase), as well as other parameters corresponding to a particular procurement. The lower price indicators indicate in the invitation. 26. If the purchase procedure notified on the internet in accordance with the provisions of paragraphs 15 and 16, the beneficiary within three working days after the decision has been forwarded to the procurement monitoring Bureau statement on the decision taken on a certain sample form (annex 3). Procurement monitoring Bureau within three working days of receipt of the notification puts it on the procurement monitoring Bureau website on the internet. 27. The beneficiary during the week after the decision, prepare the assessment report. The assessment report shall be accompanied by the text of the invitation and the corresponding supply originals. Beneficiary assessment report be kept in at least seven years.
IV. Closing questions 28. all procurement procedures of the beneficiary which begun before the entry into force of these regulations, be finalised during the month, subject to the terms and conditions under which they were launched. 29. provisions applicable to the august 1, 2004. Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister a. shlesers Finance Minister o. Spurdziņš Editorial Note: rules applicable to august 1, 2004.