Rs 172.056.15 Order Of October 24, 2012, On The Organization Of The Procurement Of The Federal Administration (Org - Omp)

Original Language Title: RS 172.056.15 Ordonnance du 24 octobre 2012 sur l’organisation des marchés publics de l’administration fédérale (Org-OMP)

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172.056.15 order on the Organization of the procurement of the Swiss Federal administration (Org - OMP) from October 24, 2012 (Status January 1, 2016) federal Council, having regard to the art. 43, al. 2 and 3, and 47, al. 2, of the Act of 21 March 1997 on the Organization of Government and administration (LOGA), under art. 35 of the Federal Act of 16 December 1994 on public procurement (LMP), stop: Chapter 1 principles art. 1 subject matter and scope this order regulates tasks and skills in federal procurement.
It applies: a. the central federal administration units mentioned in art. 7 of the order of 25 November 1998 on the Organization of Government and administration (OLOGA); b. the decentralised federal administration units mentioned in art. 7A, al. 1, let. a and b, OLOGA, with the exception of the ETH Board.

Only this order provisions which relate to the controlling of the purchases and those contained in Chapter 6 apply to the acquisition of construction work; Moreover, this acquisition is governed by the order of 5 December 2008 concerning the management of the real estate and logistics of the Confederation (OILC).

RS 172.010.1 RS 172.010.21 s. 2 goal and principle of clustering this order is intended to ensure that the Federal Government purchases are economically effective, legal and sustainable.
Their economic efficiency is ensured thanks to their grouping.

New content according to chapter I to the O of 18 nov. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4873 RO).
Introduced by the c. of o. from 18 nov. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4873 RO).

S. 3 definitions for the purposes of this order, means: a. central purchasing service: a unit that centralizes the purchasing of goods and services for which the Federal Government needs to carry out its duties; b. requesting service: a unit that needs of goods and services to carry out its tasks; c. product catalog: a list of common and standardized property established by central purchasing services; d....

Repealed by the c. of o. from 18 nov. 2015, with effect from 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4873 RO).

S. 4Harmonisation of the purchase of goods and services procurement procedures is subject to harmonised procedures at the federal level in accordance with annex 4.
The procedures shall include at least the following steps: a. initiation of the acquisition procedure; b. choice of the tendering procedure; c. award; d. conclusion of the contract.

Introduced by the c. of o. from 18 nov. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4873 RO).

S. 5 to 8 repealed by the c. of o. from 18 nov. 2015, with effect from 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4873 RO).

Chapter 2 Acquisition centralised goods and services Section 1 Organization art. 9 central procurement subject to art. 10, the goods and services listed in annex 1 are acquired by one of the following central procurement services: a. grouping armasuisse; b. federal roads authority (FEDRO) Office; c. FBL; d. Central for travel of the Confederation (CAC).

New content according to chapter I to the O of 18 nov. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4873 RO).

S. 10. other services to purchase property and the following services are acquired by the following services: a. goods and services for international cooperation for development, cooperation with the States of the Eastern Europe and the enlargement of the EU contribution: by the competent services of the federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA) and the federal Department of the economy, training and research (RFLDS); b. goods and services for humanitarian aid : by the competent Office of the FDFA; c. goods and services acquired abroad for the Swiss representations abroad: by the competent Department of the FDFA; d. goods and services in the field of Cryptology: by the competent service of the federal Department of defence, protection of the population and sports (DDPS).

For goods and services whose acquisition is not necessarily such as central procurement services to art. 9, the departments can set in their midst an administrative unit responsible for centralized procurement for the whole Department.

The designation of the administrative unit has been adapted to 1 Jan. 2013 pursuant to art. 16 al. 3 o of 17 nov. 2004 on official publications (RS 170.512.1).
Introduced by the c. of o. from 18 nov. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4873 RO).

Section 2 tasks and skills of central procurement services art. 11...

Central procurement services meet the strategic and operational procurement management.
They perform in particular the following tasks within their field of competence: a. they acquire if possible common and standardized goods that meet throughout their lifetime to economic, ecological and social requirements high. To this end, they may establish, in agreement with specialty services (arts. 28 and 29), catalogues of products whose use is mandatory for requisitioners. In the acquisition of technologies of information and communication (ICT) for administration, they take into account the guidelines of the body for internal standardization; b. they establish the catalogues of products taking into account the needs of the services, typically offer a choice of different products and inform on their offer of services c. they shall ensure focus commands of the Confederation and enter into contracts for that purpose; d. they shall ensure that the skills and processes are clear and transparent and apply to acquisitions an adequate internal control system; e. they may establish bidding documents and contracts for requisitioners.

Repealed by the c. of o. from 18 nov. 2015, with effect from 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4873 RO).
Introduced by the c. of o. from 18 nov. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4873 RO).

Section 3delegations of competence to acquire art. 12 types of delegations and powers on granting of delegations there are three types of delegations: a. delegation for acquisitions with a value less than the threshold value: for the permanent acquisition of services of a value less than the decisive threshold value for bidding public; b. delegation related to a specific acquisition project: to purchase time-limited goods and services in relation to a specific project; c. special delegation : for the permanent acquisition of goods and services regardless of the threshold values.

Delegations within the meaning of para. 1, let. a and b, are awarded by central purchasing services. Delegations within the meaning of para. 1, let. (c), shall be granted by the Conference of Confederation (CA) purchases.

S. 13 conditions for granting delegations are granted only upon request and in exceptional and justified cases.
In any case, the delegate must have solid knowledge in public procurement, in accordance with Annex 2, c. 1.
For a delegation related to a specific acquisition project, the delegate must, in addition to the requirement contained in the al. 2, prove that he is the only one in need of the goods or services being procured. It is forbidden to acquire goods and services on behalf of other administrative units (grouping effect).
For a special delegation, the delegate must, in addition to the requirement contained in the al. 2, prove that this delegation is necessary to preserve public order and security or that a centralized acquisition is not timely.

S. 14 procedure and responsibilities the requesting service address the competent Department a request for delegation motivated.
The competent authority checks if the conditions for the granting of a delegation are met. If it grants the delegation, he concluded with the delegatee a written agreement laying down the terms and conditions thereof.
It maintains a list of the delegations granted.
As soon as the delegation has effect, the delegate assumes the responsibilities of the central purchasing department.
The delegatee ensures permanent compliance of the conditions for granting and the terms and conditions of the delegation and establishes a periodic report to the competent authority.
The competent authority may, based on reports, check sample if the conditions for granting of the delegation are always met and if the terms are met. If the conditions are no longer fulfilled or if the terms and conditions are no longer met, the competent authority revokes the delegation.
Moreover, the procedure and responsibilities are governed by Annex 2.

S. 15 repealed Section 4 tasks and skills of requisitioners s. 16 announcement and coverage of needs the requesting service covers with procurement services COS its requirements for goods and services listed in Schedule 1, unless the jurisdiction of acquisition not him has been delegated or has been delegated to another service.
Before deciding on an acquisition, it examines needs taking into account the cost-utility ratio. It integrates aspects related to resources and the environment.
It announces its needs to the central purchasing Department early enough and group if possible its controls of goods or services of the same nature.

It develops materials, especially the tender documents and the contract; It meets the harmonised procedure referred to in art. 4. it ensures the necessary expertise on the goods and services being procured.

New content according to chapter I to the O of 18 nov. 2015, in force on 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4873 RO).
New content according to chapter I to the O of 18 nov. 2015, in force on 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4873 RO).
New content according to chapter I to the O of 18 nov. 2015, in force on 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4873 RO).

S. 17 and 18 repealed by the c. of o. from 18 nov. 2015, with effect from 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4873 RO).

Chapter 3 Acquisition decentralized services art. 19Principe seeking services can themselves acquire services that are not mentioned in annex 1.

New content according to chapter I to the O of 18 nov. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4873 RO).

S. 20 coordination of decentralized procurement coordination services ensure internal coordination between requisitioners of the Confederation as well as quality and unity of the public image of the latter.

S. 21 coordination services the units below are office of coordination services: a. the Federal Chancellery for benefits in the areas of translation, communication and public relations; b. the federal Office of personnel for training and advice for the conduct and the Organization benefits.

The departments and the Federal Chancellery shall coordinate tasks among offices and services in policy advice and research mandates.
Coordination services establish standard contracts with the collaboration of the centre of competence for public procurement.
Depending on the needs, they conclude framework contracts for the entire federal administration.

S. 22 services requisitioners can acquire the services they need under contracts concluded by coordination services.
If they themselves conclude contracts, they set them based on standard contracts provide coordination services and central purchasing.

S. 23 skills and process departments, the Federal Chancellery and the offices shall ensure that the skills and processes for acquisitions of services are clear.
They comply with the harmonized procedure referred to in art. 4...

New content according to chapter I to the O of 18 nov. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4873 RO).
New content according to chapter I to the O of 18 nov. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4873 RO).
Repealed by the c. of o. from 18 nov. 2015, with effect from 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4873 RO).

Chapter 3aControlling of buying art. 23A objectives of procurement controlling procurement controlling is an instrument of information and management which provides to the competent bodies the instruments and the necessary information in good time. It ensures the transparency of acquisitions and aims in particular to ensure: a. the strategic and operational procurement management; b. the regularity and legality of procedures; c. the sustainability of public procurement, in its economic, ecological and social dimensions.

S. 23 (b) tasks and responsibilities requisitioners capture data in annex 3, let. B, in the controlling of procurement instruments. They guarantee the quality of the data and the ability to consolidate them.
The departments and the Federal Chancellery provide the controlling of the purchases under art. 21, al. 3, OLOGA.
FBL prepares the Conference of Secretaries General (CSG) a report on Government-wide; It reports in this striking elements and make recommendations. It relies on data provided by the departments and the Federal Chancellery. The preparation of this report is coordinated by an interdepartmental working group (GTI CoA) Purchases Controlling. GTI CoA is headed by FBL.
The CSG examines FBL report and may propose measures for the whole of the Federal Government to the federal Council.
The federal Council is the superior body of controlling of purchases. It takes knowledge of the report FBL and any measures proposed by the CSG and support departments to implement the measures adopted.
Skills and responsibilities associated with the controlling of the purchases are set out in annex 3.
The FOCL is responsible for the operation and maintenance of computer applications required for the controlling of the purchases.
FBL offers training and development on the controlling of purchases.

RS 172.010.1 Chapter 4 Conference of purchases of the Confederation art. 24 tasks the CA is the strategic body of the federal administration for the procurement of goods and services. As such, it meets in particular the following tasks: a. it adopts guidelines and the applicable procurement policies; b. it approves programs for training and procurement-related development; c. It encourages the use of technologies in public procurement by working with the technology service information in public procurement (art. 29); to this end, she is the Centre of competence of the Confederation to Simap, that represents the Confederation in the association simap.ch; d. it sets the terms of Confederation, ensuring that they are harmonised as much as possible with those of the SBB and the post Switzerland e. ensures coordination between the central purchasing services and requisitioners; f. She decided the delegations of permanent jurisdiction referred to in art. 15; g. She coordinates the Federal Copyright charges; h. it pronounces on the fundamental issues relating to the policy and the procurement strategy and can make recommendations in this area; i. It encourages respect for the three dimensions - economic, ecological and social - sustainability in the field of acquisitions; j. It encourages supports and coordinates the efforts of prevention of corruption in the field of public procurement of the Confederation.

It deals in close collaboration with the coordination Conference services the construction and buildings of public owners (KBOB) subjects with common interests.
In the case of common interests, the CA may collaborate with SBB and Switzerland post on the basis of a partnership.

S. 25 organization the CA includes a Chairman and nine other members up.
Its members are recruited in particular in the central procurement services, in the pilotage unit computer of the Confederation (UPIC), the federal Office for the environment (FOEN), to the State Secretariat for Economic (Affairs SECO) and the Directorate for development and cooperation (SDC).
They are appointed by the federal Council on a proposal from the FDF for four years and may be re-elected.
The post Switzerland SA, SBB AG, the ETH domain, the secretariat of the competition Commission and federal control of Finance (CDF) can have the status of observers within the CA.
It can accommodate permanent guests, in particular representatives of cantonal or communal bodies.
The CA Office is headed by the FBL.
CA acquires a regulation that defines in detail its organization and its tasks.

New content according to chapter I to the O of 28 Jan. 2015, in force since March 1, 2015 (RO 2015 549).
New content according to chapter I to the O of 28 Jan. 2015, in force since March 1, 2015 (RO 2015 549).

S. 26 committees the CA may establish committees and their assigned tasks within its area of responsibility, either for screening or for execution.

Chapter 5 Services and support activities Section 1 article procurement competence center 27. the competence of public procurement (CCMP) centre supports central procurement services and requisitioners in the procurement of goods and services.
It particularly fulfils the following tasks: a. He advises central procurement services and requisitioners in legal matters relating to acquisitions and contracts; b. it supports and advises the procurement services and seeking services for administrative and formal tender procedures aspects; c. develop the program of training and development for public contracts and contracts and offers courses for training and development; These courses may be open to employees of cantonal and communal procurement services; FBL stops rates necessary for the fixing of prices covering costs; d. It provides manuals, checklists and model contracts; e. He writes and revises the General conditions based on a term of the CA, and to submit them for approval;

It is administratively attached to the FBL.

New content according to chapter I to the O of 18 nov. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4873 RO).

Section 2 Specialty Services and other activities in support of s. 28 service green procurement green public procurement service encourages mainly friendly acquisitions of the environment and natural resources.
It particularly fulfils the following tasks:

a. it makes recommendations for the environmental criteria for products that are the subject of procurement and provides information about the new environmentally friendly technologies of resources b. He advises central procurement services and seeking services for the integration of environmental aspects in public; c. markets he collaborated in the development of the training offered by the CPPC; d. it promotes the exchange of information and experiences devoted to ecological acquisitions Switzerland and abroad; e. He participated in committees dealing with issues of sustainable construction; f. it harmonizes as much as possible its instruments and standards with those of other federal services, the cantons and the communes; This dialogue with the private economy to promote sustainable procurement; g. is a member of the team resource management and environmental management of the federal administration (RUMBA), where he is responsible for issues relating to green procurement.

It is administratively attached to the FOEN.

New content according to chapter I to the O of 18 nov. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4873 RO).
New content according to chapter I to the O of 18 nov. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4873 RO).

S. 29 technology service information in the procurement service in the procurement information technology encourages the use of information technologies in public procurement.
It particularly fulfils the following tasks: a. He answered questions of technology law enforcement information in the context of public procurement procedures; b. it harmonizes as much as possible its instruments and standards with those of the other federal agencies, cantons, municipalities and individuals; c. it directs interdepartmental projects on the use of new technologies in the Confederation , or participates in these projects; d. it develops, in collaboration with the CA and central procurement services, the strategy for implementation of information technologies in public procurement and submits it to the relevant committees for decision; e. it supports the training and development of the CPPC activities to promote the implementation of the strategy for the use of information technology in public; f. markets it sits on the "Training and development" Committee of the CA and participates in the supply of training of the CPPC.

It is administratively attached to the UPIC.

Introduced by the c. of o. from 18 nov. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4873 RO).
Introduced by the c. of o. from 18 nov. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4873 RO).

S. 30 support on working conditions when the delivery is executed in Switzerland, the Direction of the work of SECO can advise central procurement services and requisitioners on requirements on working conditions which are referred to in art. 7, al. 1 by order of 11 December 1995 on public procurement (OMP).
When the delivery is executed abroad, the Direction of the work of SECO can advise central procurement services and requisitioners on issues in relation to respect for the fundamental conventions of the International Labour Office (ILO) referred to in art. 7, al. 2, WPM.
SECO can also foster the exchange of information and experience on socially responsible public procurement in Switzerland and abroad as well as collaborate on the development of the training offered by the CPPC and the harmonization of instruments and standards between the different services of the Confederation, the cantons and Commons.

RS 172.056.11 s. 31 activities of federal support for equality between women and men the Bureau of equality between women and men (FOGE) advises the central purchasing services and requisitioners in wage equality between women and men.
The FOGE informs the services concerned of the results of the checks carried out under art. 6, al. 4, WPM.

RS 172.056.11 Chapter 6 other competences and obligations art. 32 decision concerning claims for damages the FDF is competent to enact decisions on claims for damages within the meaning of the LMP. It first checks the service concerned by the request.
The Federal statue on the claims of its Customs Administration appears less than 10,000 francs.

S. 33 obligation to report a barrier to free competition if a purchasing service, a service applicant or a coordination service considers that free competition is hampered in its sector of activity, it shall report to the secretariat of the COMCO.

S. 34 use of financial commitments may be concluded only if the required credits are granted.

S. 35 conservation of documents in the absence of more stringent provisions, procurement services and requisitioners retain all documents related to a tender for at least three years from the final closing of the latter.

S. 36 instructions in the FDF for acquisitions in a situation of competition for acquisitions not subject to competition, particularly in the case of monopoly, the FDF provides instructions in order to protect the financial interests of the Confederation.

Chapter 7 provisions finals s. 37 enforcement units of the federal administration run this order.

S. the FBL FBL 37aDirectives may issue guidelines on procurement procedures, the delegations and the controlling of purchases.
To do this, he hears before other Central purchase services as well as, regarding the guidelines on the procedures of acquisition and controlling of the purchases, the departments and the Federal Chancellery.

Introduced by the c. of o. from 18 nov. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4873 RO).

S. 38 monitoring departments and the Federal Chancellery monitor the implementation of the right to public procurement and this order within their field of competence; they collaborate to this end with the central procurement services and coordination services.

S. 38aprocedure disputes any dispute arising within the scope of this order is, wherever possible, resolved amicably.
If no agreement is found, the decision is ultimately: a. to the CA for disputes relating to the granting of delegations for acquisitions with a value below the threshold value or delegations related to a specific acquisition project, and those on the question of whether an acquisition is the central responsibility within the meaning of Schedule 1; b. to the CSG for disputes on the controlling of purchases; (c). to the FDF for disputes relating to the granting of special delegations; d. at FDF, after consultation with the CA, for other disputes.

Introduced by the c. of o. from 18 nov. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4873 RO).

S. 39 repeal and amendment of existing law Ordinance of 22 November 2006 on the Organization of the procurement of the Confederation is repealed.


[RO 2006 5613, 2009 6149 ch. III 2, 2010 3175 annex 3 c. 3, 2011 6093 annex c. 2].
The am. can be consulted at the RO 2012 5935.

S. 40 transitional departments and the Federal Chancellery implement an effective purchasing here controlling 31 December 2015. The work required for this purpose are placed under the direction of the FDF.

S. Transitional 40aDispositions of 18 November 2015 changing the delegations granted before January 1, 2016 by the central purchasing services are governed by analogy by the art. 12 to 14 and remain valid.
Requisitioners capture data relating to contracts referred to in annex 3, table B, ch. 4, 10 and 11, from January 1, 2018.

Introduced by the c. of o. from 18 nov. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4873 RO).

S. 41 entry into force this order comes into force on January 1, 2013.

Annex 1 (art. 9) goods and services acquired by the central procurement services group armasuisse federal Office for buildings and Logistics Central for travel of the Confederation Swiss federal roads 1. Food and beverages x 2. Textiles and clothing x 3. Heating oil, gasoline, fuel, products chemical x 4. Military equipment, weapons, protective equipment and defence, including maintenance and repair x 5. Medical and pharmaceutical products x 6. Transport services, except those that fall under the Central for travel of the Confederation x 7. Motor vehicles, spare parts, including maintenance and repair x 8 means of transport. Goods and services of sport and relaxation x 9. Publications, printed matter, electronic media and media information, including security and identity documents x 10. Office Automation, including presentation, MFDs, printers and accessories x 11. Office equipment and space for the civil administration x 12. Office equipment, including paper and consumables for computing x 13. Non-diplomatic courier x 14 postal services. Technologies of information and communication (ICT) x


15 computer services and rental services in the field of ICT x 16. ICT for weapons, ammunition, war material or, if they are necessary for purposes of defence or intelligence of the Confederation, other goods, services, construction, research or development x 17 work. Computer services and rental services in the field of arms, ammunition and war materiel or, if they are necessary for purposes of defence or intelligence of the Confederation, other goods, services, construction, research or development x 18 work. ICT for integral parts of national roads x 19. Goods and services for the integral parts of the roads listed in the ORN x 20. Services necessary to the provision, operation and maintenance of the property x depending on area of jurisdiction x depending on field of competence according to area of jurisdiction 21 x. For the business of the Confederation: booking flights; acquisition of benefits of hospitality and hotel reservations, including by third parties; acquisition of benefits, such as the booking and rental car and limousine services formerly annex x. Updated according to ch. II al. 1 o of 18 nov. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4873 RO).

State 1 January 2016 Schedule 2 (art. 13, para. 2, and 14, al. 7) responsibilities in case of delegation legend: D Decision / level of Decisionr responsibility performance activity task central purchasing Service Service applicant 1. Conditions regardless of the type of delegation: - legal compliance of an acquisition; - experience and training of persons involved in the project.

Example of evidence of the experience: evidence that one at least of those involved in the project conducted over the past five years several WTO tender procedures in compliance with the legal provisions and other requirements.
Example of evidence of training: evidence that one at least of the people participating in the project has followed and managed the "Introduction to procurement" training of the CCMP, as well as modules relating to the delegation in question deepening.
Delegation related to an acquisitionspecifique project: - evidence that at first glance no grouping is possible with purchases subject to other acquisition projects in the field concerned by the request of delegation; — when a possibility of combination with other purchases after the granting of the delegation, the delegate shall immediately inform the central purchasing department and file a request for extension of the convention delegation.

Special delegation:-inappropriateness of a centralized acquisition, or - delegation necessary to preserve public order and security.

R 2. Delegation request service requesting a delegation of competence justifies its application. It proves that the conditions for the granting of a delegation are met. The body of internal audit of the service concerned (as applicable) confirms that these conditions are met. The head of the Agency which is part the service concerned sign the request.

(E); R 3. Review and approval of the application, elaboration of the agreement laying down the procedures of the delegation (d) in case of special delegation: CA 4. Maintenance of a list of delegations E in case of special delegation: CA 5. The proposed acquisition according to the procedure defined and guaranteed regularity of acquiring the delegate may seek the advice of the legal service of the central purchasing department. The decision and responsibility belong to him.

R, D, E 6. Duty permanent reporting any change R 7. Establishment and the R, D, E 8 contract. Performance of the contract and, where appropriate, regulatory expertise in ordering based on this contract R, D, E 9. Subsequent R, D, E 10 procurement. Periodic reports the delegatee establishes, for the competent service, a periodic report on compliance with the terms and conditions of the delegation and the acquisitions made.

R, E 11. Testing of the periodic reports R, D, E 12. Litigation management between the service of purchase and third parties if the delegate sought the advice of the legal service of the Purchasing Department central for the implementation of the proposed acquisition (ch. 5) and he followed its recommendations, it can again seek his advice in case of dispute. The decision and responsibility belong to him.

R, E introduced by c. II al. 2 o the 18 nov. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4873 RO).

State 1 January 2016 annex 3 (art. 23b, para. 1 and 6) skills and responsibilities related to the controlling of the procurement A. report on Government-wide legend: a: responsibility; C: collaboration; I: receipt of information on the item concerned.

Task / activity federal Council CSG departments GTI CoA FBL Services applicants report approved R I I I I I implementation of measures R report writing C C R C proposal for measures R Recommendation action I C R Indication of striking elements C R C Consolidation of data R data entry in instruments controlling purchases R B. data to grasp by requisitioners and procurement central data services to Enter invitations to tender for contracts with a value greater than the WTO agreement 1 threshold value. Scope (acquisition: Yes / No) x x 2. Tendering procedure applied (with exact indication of the relevant provisions of the LMP or the WPM) x x 3. Category of standard acquisitions x x 4. Indication that the relevant acquisition:-falls within the competence of a purchasing service central in accordance with Annex 1, or - falls within the competence of the requisitioner (acquisition) in accordance with Annex 1, or - is the subject of a delegation granted to the requesting service by central purchasing x x 5 service. Value of award / x x 6 contract value. Identification number on www.simap.ch x 7. Date of the x 8 award. Contractor / contract partner x x 9. Beginning and end of the x 10 contract. Beginning of the right to review and the consultation right x 11. General: - link between the contract and the award - in the event of contract - framework: link between the framework contract and contracts concluded on the basis of the latter - in the case of framework contract on the basis of which several administrative units can place orders: service contracting rule skills relating to the registration of the framework contract and the contracts awarded on the basis of the latter. It also sets the permissions of the administrative units in orders based on the framework agreement.

x introduced by c. II al. 2 o the 18 nov. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4873 RO).

State 1 January 2016 annex 4 (art. 4) harmonization of procurement procedures these procedures are applicable for the LMP-compliant acquisitions / to the OMP Procedure open selective Procedure on invitation Procedure of OTC launch of the acquisition process (art. 4, al. 2, let. a) needs analysis needs analysis needs analysis needs choice of tender procedure (art. 4 al. 2, let. b) drafting documents to tender the documents to tender Elaboration of the specifications development of the specification Publication of the call for tenders Publication of the tender documents receipt of tenders receipt of tenders Cycle of questions and answers questions and answers to the need to Cycle, cycle of questions and answers clarifying issues outstanding Prequalification, invitation to submit an offer if necessary, cycle of questions and answers formal examination of tenders formal examination of tenders formal discussion of the Evaluation of bids Evaluation of tenders offers

Evaluation of tenders drafting of an evaluation report a report of assessment an assessment report Award (art. 4, al. 2, let. c) Publication of the invitation to tender Publication of the invitation to tender Publication of the Publication of the invitation to tender the contract award (art. 4, Al 2, let. d) introduced by c. II al. 2 o the 18 nov. 2015, in force since 1 Jan. 2016 (2015 4873 RO).
For acquisitions falling within the scope of the LMP for acquisitions within the scope of application of PML State January 1, 2016

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