Rs 0.632.231.421 Agreement Of 12 April 1979 Relating To Public Procurement (With Annexes)

Original Language Title: RS 0.632.231.421 Accord du 12 avril 1979 relatif aux marchés publics (avec annexes)

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0.632.231.421 original text agreement on public contracts concluded at Geneva on 12 April 1979, approved by the Federal Assembly on December 12, 1979, Instrument of ratification deposited by the Switzerland on December 17, 1979, entered into force for Switzerland, according to article IX, number 3 preamble the Parties to this agreement (hereinafter referred to as ' the Parties '), whereas the Ministers agreed by the Declaration of Tokyo as of September 14, 1973, that the multilateral trade negotiations of broad scope under the general agreement on tariffs and trade (hereinafter referred to as "general agreement" or "GATT") were to be aimed, among other things, to reduce or eliminate non-tariff measures, or in cases where this would not be appropriate reduce or eliminate the effects of restriction or distortion, and to make these measures more effective international discipline, whereas the Ministers have also agreed that negotiations should be designed to provide additional benefits for the international trade of developing countries, and that they acknowledged the importance of the application of measures differentiated these countries in ways that provide special and more favourable treatment, in the negotiating areas where this was feasible and appropriate, recognizing that in order to achieve their economic and social objectives which are to implement programs and economic development policies to raise the standard of living of their peoples, in view of the situation of their balance of payments , developing countries may need to adopt differentiated measures agreed, considering that the Ministers, in the Declaration of Tokyo, acknowledged that the situation and the specific problems of the countries least developed countries steal development should be the subject of special attention, and stressed the need to ensure that these countries receive special treatment in the context of any general or specific measures taken in favour of the countries developing the negotiations, recognizing the need to establish an international framework agreed rights and obligations regarding laws, regulations, procedures and practices for procurement, with a view to expansion and a wider global trade liberation and to improve the international framework governing world trade, recognizing that laws, regulations, procedures and practices in public procurement should not be prepared adopted or applied to foreign or domestic products or suppliers or national in order to grant protection to the products or to domestic suppliers, and that they should not establish discrimination between products or foreign suppliers, recognizing that it is desirable to provide transparency of laws, regulations, procedures and practices for procurement, recognizing the need to establish international notification procedures consultation, surveillance and dispute settlement to ensure equitable implementation, prompt and effective international public procurement and to maintain provisions balance rights and obligations at the highest level possible, have agreed to the following: RS 0.632.21 art. I scope and field of application 1. This agreement applies: has) any law, regulation, as well as to practice and procedure concerning all market commodity, passed in the form of purchase or as lease, rental or hire purchase, with or without option to buy, by the entities covered by this agreement, including the services incidental to the supply products if the value of those incidental services does not exceed not the products themselves (, but not the procurement of services as such; b) to market a value equal or greater than 130 000 DTS.  Quantities to acquire will be any split with the intention of bringing the value of the markets to conclude below 130 000 DTS. If the quantity to be purchased to one or several products the same type is such that more than one contract or contracts are passed through separate lots, the basis of the application of this agreement will be either the actual value of similar successive contracts awarded during the twelve months or the previous year, corrected, if possible, to take into account changes in quantity and value that would occur over the next 12 months , the estimated value of the successive contracts during fiscal year or twelve months following the initial contract. The choice of the method of assessment by the entity will not object to turn the agreement. Regarding markets passed in the form of leasing, rental or hire-purchase, the basis used to calculate the value of the market will be as follows: i) in the case of fixed-term contracts, the calculation will be based on the total value of the market for its duration if it is lower or equal to twelve months (((, or its total value, including the residual value if its duration exceeds twelve months; ii) in the case of contracts of indefinite duration, the basis of calculation will be the monthly installment multiplied by 48; iii) in case of doubt, the second basis will be used, namely ii).

When a market expressly provides for options, the basis of the application of this agreement will be the total value of the maximum allowed of the purchases, rents, rentals or Io cations - sales, including options;
(c) contracts awarded by entities which directly or for the most part, under the authority of Parties and other designated entities, for which is of their procedures and practices of contracting. Until the review and new negotiations mentioned in the final provisions, the scope of this agreement is determined by lists of entities and, to the extent where rectifications, modifications or amendments have been made there, entities that will have succeeded them, times in annex I.

2. the Parties will inform their entities not covered by this agreement, and the Governments and administrations, regional and local within their territory, of the objectives, principles and rules of the agreement, in particular the rules relating to national treatment and non-discrimination, and call their attention to the overall benefits of liberalization in the area of public procurement.

In all this agreement, the term 'entities' also covers the organizations referred to in English as the "agencies".
For contracts with a value below the thresholds, the Parties shall consider, in accordance with art. IX, by. 6, the possibility to apply the agreement in whole or in part. In particular, they will conduct the review practices and procedures used in public procurement, as well as the application of the principles of non-discrimination and transparency regarding these contracts, in relation to the inclusion, in the field of application of this agreement, below the fixed line markets.
This agreement applies to all market whose value is estimated at an amount equal or greater than the threshold at the time of the publication of the notice mentioned in art. V, by. 4 art. II. national treatment and non-discrimination 1. Regarding all laws, regulations, as well as all procedures and practices regarding government procurement covered by this agreement, the Parties will immediately and unconditionally, to products originating in the territory (including free zones) Parties to this agreement and providers offering these products, which will be not less favourable treatment has) than that given to domestic suppliers and products nib) than that accorded to any other party products and their suppliers.

2. with respect to all laws, regulations, as well as all the procedures and practices regarding government procurement covered by this agreement, the Parties shall ensure: has) that their entities do not pay to a provider established on national territory, less favourable than the treatment given to another provider established in the national territory (according to the degree of control or participation foreigners; b) that their entities do not discriminate against suppliers established in the national territory according to the country of production of the product which is supplied, provided that the country of production is a party to the agreement in accordance with the provisions of the by. 4 of this article.

3. the provisions of the by. 1 above do not apply to customs duties and charges of any kind levied at importation or connection with importation, the method of collecting such duties and charges, or other regulations and import formalities.
4. the Parties will not, apply to products imported for the purpose of a procurement covered by this agreement, and from other Parties, different rules of origin that apply in normal business operations and upon importation, to imports of the same products from the same Parties.


Art. III. special and differential treatment for countries in the process of development objectives 1. In the implementation and administration of this agreement, the Parties will duly take into account, by the application of the provisions of this article, the needs of development, finance and trade in developing countries, and in particular the least developed among them, considering the need where a) safeguard their balance of payments and to ensure a volume of reserves adequate for the implementation of economic development programs ((, (b) promote the establishment or development of domestic industries, including the development of small industries and cottage industries in rural or delayed, as well as the economic development of other sectors of the economy, c) to provide support to industrial establishments as long as they depend wholly or substantially from the markets, d) encourage their economic development through regional or global arrangements among developing countries which have been presented to the Contracting Parties to the general agreement and that they are not deprecated.

2. pursuant to the provisions of this agreement, Parties, when they develop and apply laws, regulations or procedures affecting government procurement, facilitate increased imports from countries steals development, taking present in mind the special problems of the least developed countries and countries whose economic development is in its early stages.
Scope 3. In order to ensure that developing countries can adhere to this agreement on terms consistent with the needs of their development, their finances and their trade, duly shall be stated objectives to the by. 1 above during negotiations for the lists of entities of the countries in the process of development to which apply the provisions of this agreement. As they establish lists of their entities to which apply the provisions of this agreement, developed countries will endeavour to include entities that contracts on products whose export interests of developing countries.
Agreed exceptions 4. Flies from developing countries may negotiate with other participants in the negotiation of this agreement of the mutually acceptable exceptions to the national treatment rules, with respect to certain entities or certain products included in their lists of entities, had regard to the particular circumstances of each case. During these negotiations, it will be due account taken of the considerations mentioned in the by. (1A) c) above. Developing countries participating in regional or global arrangements among developing countries to which reference is made to the by. 1 d) above may also negotiate exceptions to their lists, having regard to the circumstances of each case, taking into account among other things the provisions relating to public procurement in arrangements regional or global in question, and especially in products that would be subject to common industrial development programmes.
5. after the entry into force of this agreement, developing countries that are Parties can change their lists of entities in accordance with the provisions of art. IX, by. 5, of the agreement, relating to the modification of such lists, having regard to the needs of their development, their finances and their trade, or ask the Committee to agree to exceptions to the rules of national treatment in what concerns some entities or certain products included in their lists of entities, had regard to the particular circumstances of each case and taking due account of the provisions of the by. (1A) c) above. Countries in developing Parties to this agreement may also apply to the Committee, after the entry into force of the agreement, to consent to exceptions in regard to certain entities or certain products included in their lists, due to their participation in arrangements regional or global between developing countries, had regard to the particular circumstances of each case and with due account of the provisions of the by. 1 (d) above. Any request addressed to the Committee by a country party to the agreement about editing a list will be accompanied by relevant documentation and other information that may be necessary for the consideration of the question.
6. them by. 4 and 5 above shall apply mutatis mutandis to developing countries who will be accessing this agreement after are in force.
7. the exceptions agreed to the by. 4, 5 and 6 above will be reviewed in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 14 of this article.
Technical assistance to developing countries Parties to the agreement 8. The developed country Parties to the present agreement will provide, on request, any technical assistance that they deem appropriate to the country in steals development Parties to the agreement, for the solution of the problems of these countries public procurement.
9. This assistance, to be provided on the basis of the principle of non-discrimination between countries in developing Parties to the agreement, will be among other things - on the solution of technical problems concerning specific procurement, - on all other problems that the party making the request and another Party agree to deal with in the context of this assistance.

10. the technical assistance that is mentioned in the by. 8 and 9 above may include the translation, from a language GATT designated by the entity, qualification documents and quotes from suppliers of countries steal development Parties to the agreement, unless the developed countries Parties to the agreement consider that translation would be a too heavy task, in this case, an explanation will be provided to countries steal development Parties to the Agreement who will demand in developed country Parties to the agreement, or to their entities.
Information centres 11. The developed country Parties to the present agreement will create, individually or jointly, information centres to respond to reasonable requests for information from countries in developing Parties to the agreement and on, among other things, the laws, regulations, procedures and procurement practices, notices to market that have been published, addresses of the entities covered by this agreement , and the nature and volume of products that have been or will be the subject of a market including available information about future tenders. The Committee may also create a clearinghouse.
Special treatment for least developed countries 12. Having regard to the by. 6 of the Tokyo Declaration, a special treatment will be given to the least developed countries that are Parties to this agreement and established suppliers in these countries, as regards products originating in these countries, in the context of any general or specific measures in favour of developing countries Parties to the agreement. The Parties will also give the benefit of this agreement to suppliers in least developed countries that there are not Parties, for when it comes to products originating from these countries.
13. the developed country Parties to the present agreement will lend, on request, assistance they deem appropriate to potential tenderers established in the least developed countries for their bidding and selection of the products that might be of interest for entities in developed countries as well as for suppliers established in the least developed countries, and they will also help them to comply with technical regulations and standards concerning the products which are the subject of the market project.
Review 14. The Committee will review annually the application and effectiveness of the provisions of this article, and, on the basis of reports presented by the Parties, it will undertake every three years a comprehensive review in order to evaluate the effects. In the framework of these triennial reviews, and in order to reach the widest implementation possible provisions of this agreement, including in particular its art. 11, and in view of the situation of development, finance and trade in developing countries, the Committee will consider the question of if the exceptions in accordance with the provisions of by. 4 to 6 of this article should be amended or extended.
15. in the new rounds of negotiations that will be incurred in accordance with the provisions of art. IX, by. 6, developing countries Parties to the agreement will consider the possibility of adding new features to their lists, taking into account their economic, financial and trade situation.

Art. IV. Technical Specifications


1. the technical specifications defining the characteristics of products that will be subject to a market, such as quality, the performance, safety and dimensions, testing and test methods, symbols, terminology, packaging, marking and labelling, as well as the requirements for certification of conformity defined by the contracting entities, not created, adopted , or applied to create barriers to trade and will not to create any unnecessary obstacles to international trade.
2. any technical specification prescribed by contracting entities will, if there is one, has) defined in terms of the properties of the product rather than its design, etb) based on international standards, national technical regulations or recognized national standards.

3. it shall not be required or mentioned trademarks or trade, patents, models or specific types, origins or specific producers, unless there is no other way sufficiently precise or intelligible to describe the conditions of the market and provided that words such as 'or equivalent' are included in the tenders.
4. contracting entities may not seek nor will not accept, in a manner which would have the effect of preventing competition, advice that may be used in the preparation of specifications for a specific market, from a company that may have a commercial interest in the market.

Art. V 1 procurement Procedures. The Parties will ensure that the procurement procedures followed by their entities comply with the following provisions. The procedure I tender open for the purposes of this agreement, is the one whereby all interested suppliers can bid. The procedure of selective tendering, for the purpose of this agreement is that, according to the by. 8 and the other relevant provisions of this article, allowed suppliers to bid are those who are invited to do so by the entity. The procedure of tender single (OTC market), for the purposes of this agreement, is that the entity is for the suppliers individually, in the only circumstances set out in the by. 16 below.
Qualification of suppliers 2. In the qualification of suppliers, the entities will be discriminated against or between foreign suppliers or between domestic suppliers and foreign suppliers. The qualification procedures shall comply with the following provisions: a) the conditions for participation in tender procedures will be published in sufficient time to enable providers interested to hire and, insofar as this is compatible with the effective functioning of the mechanism of contracting, the qualification formalities; b) conditions of participation in the tender procedures will be limited to those that are essential to ensure that the company is capable of performing the contract in question. The participation conditions imposed on providers, including financial guarantees, technical qualifications and information necessary for establishing their financial, commercial and technical capacity, as well as the verification of qualifications, will be not less favourable to suppliers to domestic suppliers and will not discriminate between foreign suppliers. Financial, commercial and technical provider capacity will be judged both from its global commercial activity and its activity in the territory of the contracting entity, taking due account of the legal relationships existing between providers; c organizations) the suppliers qualification procedure and the time required for this purpose will not be used to exclude foreign suppliers from a list of suppliers or prevent that they be taken into consideration on a particular market project. Entities will recognize as qualified suppliers domestic or foreign suppliers who meet the participation requirements for a particular market project. Suppliers seeking to bid for a project of particular market, and would not yet qualified, will also be taken into account on the condition that the qualification procedures can be completed on time; d) entities that will take the standing of qualified suppliers lists will ensure that providers may at any time request to be qualified and that all qualified suppliers who will demand be included on these lists in a reasonably short; e period) any supplier having requested to become a qualified supplier shall be advised by the entities concerned of the decision taken on it. Qualified suppliers who have been entered on a permanent list by entities will also be informed of the cancellation of this list or their exclusion; f) the Parties shall ensure that: i) each entity and its various services follow a single qualification procedure, except in cases where the need to follow different procedures is duly established (, ii) efforts be made to minimize differences in qualification between entities procedures;

(g) Nothing in the al. (a) to 0 above will prevent the exclusion of a supplier on grounds such as bankruptcy or false declarations, on the condition that this measure is compatible with the provisions of this Agreement relating to national treatment and non-discrimination.

3. entities shall not give to a potential supplier of information about a specific market in a manner which would have the effect of preventing competition.
Notice of proposed procurement and tender 4 documentation. The entities will be published a notice of each proposed procurement in the appropriate publication which is indicated in annex it. This notice will be an invitation to participate either to an open tender procedure, a selective tender procedure.
((5. each notice of proposed procurement will contain the following information: a) nature and quantity, including all options for additional quantities, products provide, and, if possible, time estimated for the exercise of these options - in the case of markets renewable, nature and quantity and, if possible, estimated time of publication of the notice of tender later for products to be of the market; b) whether open or selective procedure (((, c) date of delivery, where appropriate, d) address and date deadline for the filing of requests for an invitation to tender or the qualification for inscription on the list of suppliers, or for the receipt of tenders, as well as language or languages authorised for their presentation, e) address of the entity that must make the deal and provide the information necessary for obtaining the specifications specifications and other documents (((, f) economic and technical conditions, financial guarantees and information required from suppliers, g) amount and terms of payment of any sum to be paid for the documentation for the tender, h) form of the contract subject to the tender: purchase, leasing, rental or hire purchase, or more of these forms.

In one of the official languages of the GATT, the entity will publish a summary of the notice of proposed market containing at least the following indications: i) purpose of the contract, ii) deadline for bids or applications to get a solicitation, III) addresses where documents relating to the market can be requested.

6. in order to ensure optimum effective international competition in the case of the selective procedures, entities, for each market project, invite to bid the greater number of suppliers, both domestic and foreign, compatible with the effective functioning of the mechanism of contracting. They will select suppliers admitted to participate in those proceedings in a fair and non-discriminatory way.

7. a) in the case of the selective procedures, entities that take place from the permanent lists of qualified suppliers will be planned each year, in any publications listed in annex III, a notice containing the following information: i) enumeration of existing lists, including the titles of these lists, in relation to the products or categories of products to be market based on these lists ((, ii) conditions to be met by potential suppliers to be on these lists, and methods of verification of each of these conditions by the entity concerned, iii) duration of validity of the lists and the formalities for their renewal.


(b) entities that take place from the permanent lists of qualified suppliers may select suppliers that will be invited to bid among those who will appear on these lists. Any selection will give a fair chance to suppliers on the listes.c) If, after the publication of the notice mentioned in the by. 4 above, a supplier who is not yet qualified request to be able to respond to a call for tenders, the entity will engage promptly the qualification procedure.

8. suppliers requesting to bid for a project of particular market will be allowed to do so and will be considered on the condition, if he is not yet qualified suppliers, that the qualification procedure can be completed on time according to the by. 2 to 7 of this article. The number of additional suppliers permitted to bid will be limited only by the need to safeguard the effective operation of the mechanism of contracting.
9. If, after the publication of a notice concerning a project of market, but prior to the date set for the opening or receipt of tenders that will be specified in the notice or tender documentation, it becomes necessary to change the opinion or make it look new, the amendment or the new notice will receive the same circulation as the originating documents that have been modified. Any significant information communicated to a provider about a project of particular market will be communicated simultaneously to all other suppliers, in sufficient time to enable them to consider and to act accordingly.
10. has) all fixed period shall be sufficient to allow foreign suppliers as well as nationals to prepare and file their bids before the closing of the tender procedures. This deadline, the entities will take into account, in a manner consistent with their reasonable needs, elements such as the complexity of the proposed market, the importance of subcontracts to predict, and the time normally required for submissions, mail routing, from abroad as well and the meme.b country) in a manner consistent with the entity's reasonable needs, any delivery date shall be fixed taking into account elements such as the complexity of the proposed market the importance of subcontracts expected and objectively time production, out of stock and transport of the goods from the places they come fournies.11. (a) in open procedures, the period of receipt of tenders shall be in no case less than forty days from the publication of the notice mentioned in the by. 4 of the present article.b) in selective procedures that do not include the use of a permanent list of qualified suppliers, the period of application in order to be invited to bid shall be in no case less than twenty-five days from the publication of the notice mentioned in the by. 4; the deadline for receipt of submissions will be in no case less than forty days from the mailing of the invitation to soumissionner.c) in selective procedures involving the use of a permanent list of qualified suppliers, the period for receipt of tenders will be certainly not less than forty days from the initial sending of invitations to bid. If the date of the original shipment of the invitations to tender does not coincide with that of the publication of the notice mentioned in the by. 4, the interval between these dates will be no less than forty jours.d case) the deadlines mentioned in paras. (a), (b) and c) above may be shortened if it is a second publication or later publication about renewable contracts within the meaning of the by. 5 of this article. The deadline for receipt of submissions will be certainly not less than twenty-five days. The second publication or subsequent publication should contain a reference to identify the first publication.e) deadlines mentioned in paras. (a, b), c) and (d) above may be shortened when the emergency duly established by the entity will make them hidden from view, but they will certainly not less than ten days from the date of the publication mentioned in the by. 4 of the present article.f). the Parties will ensure that their entities take due account of publication delays when they set the deadline for the receipt of tenders or applications to get an invitation to bid.

12. If, in tender procedures, an entity allows the presentation of bids in several languages, one of these languages will be one of the official languages of the GATT.
13. the documentation for the tender to suppliers will contain all the necessary information so that they can make valid submissions, including information that must be published in the notice of proposed procurement, except those mentioned in the by. 5, al. ((g), of this article, as well as the following information: a) the address of the entity to which tenders should be sent, b) the address where requests for supplementary information should be sent, c) the language to be used for the presentation of submissions and accompanying documents, d) the closing date and the time of receipt of bids, as well as the period during which any submission should be accepted ((, (e) the persons authorized to attend the opening of tenders and the date, time and place of this opening, f) conditions of character economic and technical, financial guarantees and information or parts, required from suppliers, g) full description of requested products or all requirements, including technical specifications and certification of compliance, that products must meet (, plans, drawings and instructions, h) the criteria for award, including all the elements, other than the price, which will be taken into consideration when evaluating bids, and the elements to be considered for the price assessment of submission, such as freight, insurance and inspection costs and, in the case of products, foreign customs and other import charges (, taxes and currency of payment, i) the terms of payment, j) all other terms and conditions.14. (a) in open procedures, entities will communicate the tender documentation to any participating provider who asks and reply promptly to any reasonable request for explanations about this documentation.b) in selective procedures, entities will communicate the tender documentation to any provider who will be asked to participate and reply promptly to any reasonable request for explanations about this documentation.c) entities will respond promptly to any reasonable request for relevant information regarding the tender that will be made by a participating provider, as long that information do not give this supplier an advantage over its competitors in the tendering procedure.

Presentation, reception and opening of bids and award contracts 15. Presentation, receipt and opening of tenders, the award of the contract, will be in line with the following:

(a) normally, the submissions will be presented in writing, directly or by mail. If he is allowed to submit bids by telex, telegram or fax, thus presented submission must contain all the information necessary for its assessment, including the definitive price proposed by the tenderer and a declaration by which the bidder accepts all of the terms, conditions and provisions of the invitation to tender. The submission must be confirmed promptly by letter or by sending a copy signed by telex, telegram or fax. The bidding by phone will not be allowed. The content of the telex, telegram or facsimile shall prevail if there is divergence or contradiction between that content and any documentation received after the expiry of the deadline; applications for participation in selective procedures may be submitted by telex, telegram or fax; b) the opportunities that may be given to tenderers to correct unintentional errors between the opening of tenders and the award of the contract will not be likely to give rise to practices discriminatory; c) no provider will be penalized if, as a result of a delay caused by the entity only its bid is received after the expiration of the period by the Department designated in the tender documentation. Submissions may also be taken into account in other exceptional circumstances if the procedures of the entity concerned so; provide d) all submissions requested by entities under open or selective procedures will be received and opened under procedures and conditions guaranteeing the regularity of the opening and access to information arising therefrom. The reception and the opening of the bids will be also consistent with the provisions of this agreement concerning national treatment and non-discrimination. Therefor, and regarding the open procedures, entities will establish provisions for the opening of the tenders in the presence or bidders or their representatives, be a proper and impartial witness that is foreign to the procurement procedure. It will be a record made of the opening of tenders. This record will remain in the hands of the entity concerned and available to public authorities which it falls, to be used if necessary for the procedures laid down in art. VI and VII of this agreement; e) to be considered for the award, the papers should comply, at the time of their opening, the essential conditions specified in the notice or in the tender documentation, and having been filed by service providers fulfilling the conditions of participation. If an entity has received a tender abnormally lower than other bids, it may ask the tenderer to ensure that it is able to meet the conditions of participation and it is able to meet the terms of the contract; f) unless she decided, for reasons of public interest, to the market, the entity award it to the bidder who will have been fully capable of performing the contract and whose submission (, it deals with domestic or foreign, products will be the lowest bid or one that has been recognized as best value according to the evaluation criteria specified in the notices or tender documentation; g) if it appears from evaluation that no tender is obviously the most advantageous according to the evaluation criteria specified in the notice or in the tender documentation (, the entity, in the negotiations that will follow eventually, will consider and treat equally all submissions that fall in the competitive range, h) the entities should normally refrain from any award which would be subordinated to the condition that the supplier provides opportunities for clearing operations, or other similar terms. In the number of limited cases where such obligations will be part of a market, the Parties concerned will limit the compensation to a reasonable proportion of the value of the market and will not promote suppliers under the purview of one party over the suppliers of the responsibility of any other party. The award should normally not be made subject to the grant of a license for a technology; the cases in which such a condition would be required should be as infrequent as possible, and spring of some providers will not be favored compared to suppliers of the responsibility of any other party. In the number of limited circumstances where opportunities for clearing operations or other similar conditions are required, these obligations will be included in the project view, market and in the tender documentation i) options will not be used so as to turn the provisions of the agreement; j) auctions will be made in accordance with the criteria and essential requirements specified in the tender documentation.

Single tender (markets (the OTC) 16. The provisions of by. 1 to 15 above, which apply to the procedures of open or selective tendering, will not necessarily apply! are in the circumstances defined below, provided that the single tender should not be used to restore the competition below the possible maximum, or in a manner which would constitute a means of discrimination between suppliers or protection to domestic producers ((: a) when no submission will be filed in response to a tender made under open or selective procedures, or when filed submissions will have been agreed will not comply with the conditions of the tender call, or come from suppliers not filling not the conditions for participation provided for in accordance with this agreement, provided however that the conditions of the initial tender are not substantially altered for the market, which will be awarded; b) when (, the fact that it is a work of art or for reasons related to the protection of exclusive rights, such as patent or reproduction rights, products can be supplied only by a particular supplier and that there will be no product of spare or replacement reasonably satisfactory; c) insofar as it is strictly necessary when, for reasons of extreme urgency due to events that could not be provided by the entity ((, open or selective procedures would not get the products in due time; d) when it will be additional deliveries to ensure by the provider initial and on to supplies already made or already delivered facilities spare parts, or to supplement these supplies or facilities, and that a change of supplier would result in the delivery of equipment do not meet conditions of interchangeability with already existing; e material) when an entity will be a market to get prototypes or new product developed at its request during the execution of a particular contract for research, experiment, study or original development, and for the purposes of this agreement. Once such contracts have been executed, the subsequent product markets will be subject to the provisions of by. 1 to 15 of this section.

17. the entities develop minutes of each contract awarded under the provisions of the by. 16 of this section. Each report will include the name of the contracting entity, the value and the nature of the goods covered by the market, as well as their countries of origin, and will contain an indication of the circumstances referred to the by. 16 of this section in which the contract was awarded. This record will remain in the hands of the entity concerned and available to public authorities which it falls, to be used if necessary for the procedures laid down in art. VI and VII of this agreement.

It is understood that 'existing equipment' referred to the by. 16, al. (d) of this article, includes the software insofar as the initial market of software was covered by the agreement.
Original development of a new product may include limited production in order to incorporate the results of field testing and to demonstrate that the product lends itself to a volume in accordance with acceptable standards of quality production. It does not include quantity production to establish commercial viability of the product or to amortize the costs of research and development.

Art. VI. Information and review 1. The entities will be published a notice in the appropriate publication listed in annex it sixty days at the latest after awarding one (of) market (s) in the title of by. 15 or 16 art. V. these notices will contain the following information:

((a) nature and quantity of the products subject to l'(delesde) award (s); b) name and address of the entity from the (market (s); c) date of award; d) name (s) and address (s) of l'(delesde) awardee (s), e) value of l'(delesde) award (s) or the highest and lowest offer taken into account in the award of the contract, f) if there is place means of identifying the notice published in accordance with the by. 4 of art. (V, g) type of procedure used, h) if there is place, Justification for the use of this procedure, in accordance with the by. 16 art. V. 2. All laws, all regulations, as well as all court decisions, administrative decisions of general application and procedures (including the contract), relating to procurement covered by this agreement, will be published promptly by the Parties in the appropriate publications listed in Appendix IV, and in a way to enable other Parties and suppliers to be aware. The Parties will be ready to provide explanations on their public procurement procedures to any other party who requests. Entities will be ready to provide explanations on their practices and procedures of procurement to any provider within the purview of a country party to the Agreement who asks.
3. the entities will communicate promptly to any provider who asks for relevant information about the reasons for the rejection of his application for entry on the list of qualified suppliers or the reasons for which it has not invited or admitted to bid.
4. the entities will inform tenderers who have not approved the award of the contract, the value of the bids and the name and address of the purchaser. This information, given in writing or by way of notice, will be communicated as soon as possible, and in any event within a period exceeding not seven days from the award of the contract. It is understood that the criteria set out in the by. 9 of this article are also applicable to the rules defined above information.
5. the contracting entity shall communicate promptly to any bidder not that will make the application of pertinent information concerning the reasons for the rejection of his tender, including information on the characteristics and advantages of the successful bid, and the name of the successful tenderer.
6. the entities will designate a person or a service which will be responsible for communicating information to unsuccessful bidders who consider that the reasons given for the rejection of their bid are not satisfactory or will have other questions to ask about the award. Procedures will be established also to hear and consider appeals related to any stage of the procurement, so that, to the greatest extent possible, the various arising under this agreement between the suppliers and the entities concerned are resolved fairly and diligently.
7. the Government of a tenderer which is a party to this agreement may, without prejudice to the provisions of art. VII, request additional information that may be necessary on the award of the contract to ensure that it was conducted in conditions of fairness and impartiality. For this purpose, the contracting public authority will provide information on the characteristics and relative advantages of the winning bid and the auction price. Normally, this last information may be used by the Government to the right bidder on the condition that he use this right with discretion. In case that disclosure would be likely to harm competition in future tenders, this information will be released only after consultation and with the agreement of the party that it will be communicated to the Government of the right bidder.
8. the available information about the procurement will be communicated to any part that asks.
9. confidential information provided to a party, the disclosure of which would impede enforcement of the laws, would be otherwise contrary to the public interest, would prejudice the legitimate commercial interests of public or private companies, or could harm fair competition between suppliers, will not be disclosed without formal authorization from the party providing the information.
10. the Parties will establish annual statistics for procurements covered by this agreement and will submit them to the Committee. These communications will contain the following information on contracts awarded by contracting entities covered by this agreement: a) statistics showing overall and by entity the estimated value of contracts awarded, both above and below the threshold value, indicating the number and total value of contracts awarded above the threshold, broken down by entity value b) statistics (, by category of products following a uniform classification Committee will indicate, and country of origin of the products, c) statistics indicating the number and the total value of the contracts awarded in any of the circumstances referred to in art. V, by. 16, as well as the country of origin of products, broken down by entity and by category of product, d) statistics, broken down by entity, indicating the number and the total value of the contracts awarded in respect of the exceptions to the agreement set out in annex 1.

It is understood that certain information related to the award can not be published when it comes to markets for which the disclosure of the information would interfere with law enforcement, would be otherwise contrary to the public interest, would prejudice commercial interests of public or private companies, or could harm has fair competition between suppliers.

Art. VII. performance of the obligations of the Institutions 1. Under the agreement, there will be established a Committee of procurement (referred to as "the Committee" in the text of the agreement), composed of representatives of each party. The Committee will elect its own president and vice-president, meet it as it will be necessary, but at least once a year, to give the Parties the possibility of consultations on questions concerning the application of the agreement or the pursuit of its objectives, as well as exercise other powers that may be conferred to him by the Parties.
2. the Committee may establish, if necessary, special groups ("panels") under the terms and for the purposes set out in the by. 8 of this article, as well as working groups or other subsidiary bodies which exercise the powers that may be conferred to them by the Committee.
Consultations 3. Each party will consider with understanding the representations made by any other party and will lend itself to consultations on these representations, when they will focus on a question concerning the application of this agreement.
4 where a party considers that an advantage resulting for her directly or indirectly from this agreement is cancelled or compromised, or the realization of one of the objectives of the agreement is compromised, by another or others, it may, in order to arrive at a mutually satisfactory resolution of the matter, request in writing consultations with the Parties in question. Each party will consider with understanding any request for consultations made by another party. The Parties concerned engage promptly requested consultations.
5. the Parties who will conduct consultations on a particular issue concerning the application of this agreement will provide information on this issue, subject to the provisions of art. VL, by. 9, and will strive to conduct these consultations to their tarnished within a reasonably short time.
(6 disputes. If no mutually satisfactory solution has been found at the end of consultations on the basis of the by. 4 between the Parties concerned, the Committee will meet at the request of any party to the dispute within 30 days from the receipt of such a request, to consider the issue to promote a mutually satisfactory solution.
7. If no mutually satisfactory solution has been found within three months, following a detailed review by the Committee in accordance with the by. 6, the Committee, at the request of any party to the dispute, will establish a special group that it will charge a) to examine the question, b) to have regular consultations with the parties to the dispute and give them opportunities to develop a mutually satisfactory solution, c) to expose the facts of the case insofar as they relate to the application of this agreement and to make findings specific to help the Committee to make recommendations or decide on the issue.


8. in order to facilitate the constitution of special groups, the Chairman of the Committee held an informal indicative list of State officials experienced in commercial relations. Individuals who are not government officials will also be included in this list. In this respect, each party will be invited to tell the Chairman of the Committee, at the beginning of each year, the name of one or two people that she would be ready to put at its disposal for this task. Where a panel will be set up by virtue of the by. 7, the president will propose the composition of this special group which will be of three or five members, preferably State officials within seven days to the parties to the dispute. The Parties directly concerned will give within seven working days their opinion on the designations of the members of a Panel made by the president; they will not oppose these designations except for compelling reasons.
No nationals of the country whose Government is party to a dispute may be a member of the special group called to know. The members of the special groups will make party in a personal capacity and not as representatives of a Government or an organization. Governments and organizations don't give them so no instructions with respect to the issues before the Panel.
9. each special group will itself stop its procedures. All Parties with a substantial interest in a matter, and which have given notification to the Committee, will have the opportunity to be heard. Each Panel may consult any source as it may consider appropriate and ask for information. Before requesting such information from a source within the jurisdiction of a party, it will inform the Government of this part. Any party will respond promptly and fully to any request for information by a panel who will judge these necessary and appropriate information. Confidential information provided to a special group will not be disclosed without formal authorization from the Government or the person providing the information.
When this information will be requested from a Panel, but their disclosure by it will not be allowed, it will be given a non-confidential summary with the authorization of the Government or the person providing the information.
When a mutually satisfactory solution cannot be made to a dispute, or the dispute will focus on an interpretation of the agreement, the Panel should first submit the descriptive part of its report to the Parties concerned and then submit to the parties to the dispute its conclusions, or a summary of its conclusions, leaving a reasonable time prior to their communication to the Committee. When it is not a question of interpretation of the agreement, or a bilateral settlement will be reached, the Panel may, in its report, merely to set out briefly the case and do know that a solution has been found.
10. the time required for the special groups will vary depending on the case. They should strive to deliver their findings, accompanied if any of their recommendations to the Committee, without undue delay, taking into account the requirement for the Committee, to ensure an early resolution of urgent cases, within which would be normally four months from the day where the Panel would have been established.
Performance of obligations 11. When the review is completed, or when a special group, a working group or other subsidiary body has submitted his report to the Committee, it will seize the issue promptly. Regarding these reports, it will be done as it should, normally within 30 days of their receipt, unless an extension of this time by the Committee. It will include a) exposing the facts of the case, b) make recommendations to one or more Parties, and / FM) decide any other way it deems appropriate.

Any recommendation of the Committee will seek to allow a positive settlement of the matter on the basis of the device of this agreement and its objectives set out in the preamble.
12. If a party to whom recommendations have been directed believed not to be able to be implemented, it should promptly, provide the reasons in writing to the Committee. In this case, it considers what other suites would be appropriate.
13. the Committee held under surveillance any matter on which he has made recommendations or ruled.
Balance of rights and obligations 14. If one or more parties to the dispute does not accept the recommendation of the Committee, and if it considers that the circumstances are serious enough to justify such action, it may authorize one or more Parties to suspend, in whole or in part, and for as long as it will be necessary, the application of this agreement to such other or such other Parties If the suspension is considered to be justified in the circumstances.

Art. VIII. Exceptions to the agreement 1. No provision of this agreement will be interpreted as preventing a party any measures or not to disclose information if it considers it necessary for the protection of the essential interests of its security, referring to market weapons, munitions or equipment of war, or markets that are indispensable for national security or for national defence purposes.
2. provided that such measures are not applied so as to constitute, either a means of arbitrary discrimination or unjustified between countries where the same conditions exist or a disguised restriction on international trade, nothing in this agreement will be interpreted as preventing a party any Institute or apply measures necessary for the protection of public morality the public order, public security, the protection of health and life of persons and animals or the preservation of plants, to the protection of intellectual property, or relating to articles made by people with disabilities, or in philanthropic institutions, or in prisons.

Art. IX final provisions 1. (Acceptance and accession (a) this agreement is open for acceptance, by way of signature or otherwise, to Governments which are contracting parties to the general agreement and the European economic community, whose agreed feature lists are contained in annex I.b) any Government which is a Contracting Party to the general agreement but not a party to this agreement will have access, on terms to be agreed between that Government and the Parties (, by deposit with the Director-general to the Contracting Parties to the GATT of an instrument of accession sets out the conditions thus convenues.c) this agreement will be open for acceptance, by signature fly or otherwise, Governments which have acceded provisionally to the agreement general conditions, relating to effective enforcement rights and obligations resulting from this agreement which take into account rights and obligations set out in their provisional accession, and which lists entities agreed instruments are contained in annex 1.d) this agreement will be open to the accession of any other Government on terms, related to the effective application of the rights and obligations resulting from this agreement, to be agreed between that Government and the Parties (, by deposit with the Director-general to the Contracting Parties to the GATT of an instrument of accession sets out the conditions thus convenues.e) with regard to acceptance, the provisions of the by. 5, al. (a) and (b), art. XXVI of the general agreement will apply.

Reserves 2. It may not be entered reservations regarding the provisions of this agreement.
Coming into force 3. This agreement will take effect on January 1, 1981, for Governments who have accepted it or who have accessed to this date. For any Government, it comes into force the thirtieth day following that of its acceptance or accession.
National legislation 4. a) each Government that will accept the present agreement or that access will ensure, at the latest at the date when the agreement comes into force in respect, the conformity of its laws, regulations and administrative procedures, as well as rules, procedures and practices applied by the entities contained in the list annexed to this agreement, with the provisions of the accord.b) each party will inform the Committee of any changes in its laws and regulations in connection with the provisions of this agreement, as well as the administration of these laws and regulations.

Rectifications or modifications

5. has) the editorial corrections and minor changes relating to annexes I to IV of this Agreement shall be notified to the Committee and will take effect provided that no objection has been made within a period of thirty jours.b) changes other than those referred to in para. (a) above will not be made to the lists of entities in exceptional circumstances. In such cases, the part that proposes to change its list of entities will inform the Chairman of the Committee, which will convene the Committee promptly. The Parties will examine changing projected as well as compensatory adjustments that could result, in order to maintain the mutually authorized scope of this agreement to a level comparable to its level prior to the change. If it is not possible to reach an agreement on a change made or proposed, the matter can then be treated according to the provisions of art. VII of this agreement, taking into account the need to maintain the balance of rights and obligations at the highest level possible.

Reviews and negotiations 6. (a) the Committee will conduct each year a review of the implementation and enforcement of this agreement, taking into account its objectives. The Committee will inform each year the Contracting Parties to the GATT of developments during the period which is the focus of this examen.b) at the latest at the end of the third year from the entry into force of this agreement, and thereafter on a periodic basis, the Parties will engage in new negotiations to broaden and improve the agreement on the basis of mutual reciprocity taking into account the provisions of art. III relating to developing countries. In this respect, the Committee will soon explore opportunities to expand the scope of this agreement to procurement of services.

Amendments 7. The Parties may modify this agreement having regard, notably, to the experience of its implementation. When an amendment has been approved by the Parties in accordance with the procedures established by the Committee, it comes into force with respect to a party when they have accepted this.
Information 8. Any party may denounce this agreement. The denunciation shall take effect on the expiry of a period of 60 days from the time the Director-general to the Contracting Parties to the general agreement will be received in notification in writing. Upon receipt of such notification, any party may request the immediate meeting of the Committee.
Non-application of this agreement between the Parties 9. This agreement does not apply between both Parties if one or the other of these Parties, at the time of its acceptance or accession, does not consent to this application.
Notes and appendices 10. The notes and appendices to this agreement form an integral part.
Secretariat 11. The GATT secretariat shall act as Secretary of the present agreement.
Deposit 12. This agreement shall be deposited with the Director-general to the Contracting Parties to the general agreement, which will promptly to each party to this agreement and each Contracting Party to the general agreement, a certified copy of the agreement and any rectification or modification that there will have been made in accordance with the by. 5, of any amendments that are brought in line with the by. 7, and a notification of each acceptance or accession in accordance with the by. 1, and each denunciation in accordance with the by. 8, of this article.
Record 13. This agreement will be registered under the provisions of art. 102 of the Charter of the United Nations.
Done at Geneva, on 12 April one thousand nine hundred sixty and nineteen, in a single copy, in the languages French, English and Spanish, the three texts being authentic, unless otherwise indicated on the lists of entities annexed.
(Follow signatures)

For the purposes of this agreement, the term "Governments" shall include the competent authorities of the European economic community.

Notes art. 1, by. 1 in the policy considerations relating to tied aid, and notably the goal of countries in developing the return to untied aid, this agreement will apply to purchases made in the context of tied aid to developing countries, as long as it is practised by Parties.
Art. V, by. 15, al. (h) having regard to general policy considerations to countries in developing procurement, it is noted that, under the provisions of art. V, by. 15, al. (h) developing countries can make, the incorporation of a certain content of national origin, of clearing operations or technology transfer, criteria for the award of the contract. As they are known, these conditions will be specified in the notice of proposed procurement and tender documentation. It is noted that spring of some providers will not be favored relative to providers of the responsibility of any other party.

Annex I lists the entities referred to in art. 1, by. 1, al. (c) Austria version English of this list is faith I. Chancery Federal Austrian central Service of statistics II. Federal Department of Foreign Affairs III Procurement Service. Federal Ministry of the Interior procurement IV. Federal Department of justice Procurement Service V. federal Ministry of Social Affairs VI Procurement Service. Federal Ministry of health and environment I Procurement Service.

Federal Chancellery Austria central Department of statistics II.

Federal Department of Foreign Affairs III Procurement Service.

Federal Ministry of the Interior procurement IV.

Federal Department of justice V. purchasing

Federal Ministry of Social Affairs VI Procurement Service.

Federal Ministry of health and the Environment Service of Canada purchases the French and English versions of this list are 1.

Department of agriculture 2.

Department of consumer and Corporate Affairs 3.

Department of energy, mines and resources including: Control Board Atomic Energy Office of distribution of energy 4 national energy supplies.

Department of employment and immigration including: Board of immigration Appeal Commission on employment and immigration Canada 5.

Department of external affairs 6.

Department of finance including: Department of Insurance Commission to fight against inflation Court anti-dumping Office municipal development and loans to municipalities 7 tariff Board.

Department of fisheries and the environment (except the Service of fisheries and the sea) including: Office of the prices of products of fishing 8.

Department of Indian Affairs and the North 9.

Ministry of industry and trade including: Statistics Canada Advisory Board machinery and equipment 10.

Department of justice including: Canadian Human Rights Commission on revision of the penal Code revision of the supreme Court of Canada 11 laws Committee.

Ministry of labour including: Canadian Council of the 12 labour relations.

Department of national defence * including: Defence Construction (1951) limited 13.

Department of national health and welfare including: Office of the Coordinator of the status of women 14 Medical Research Council.

Department of national revenue 15.

16 post office.

Department of public works 17.

Department of regional economic expansion 18.

Secretary of State including: library national museums of Canada Archives national public service Commission public office of the Commissioner for the representation 19.

Department of the solicitor general including: the Canada RCMP * Canadian National Commission for parole 20 Penitentiary Service.

Department of supply and services (on its own account) including: of the 21 Canadian Government standards Board.

Affairs of Veterans including: Office of the agricultural establishment of Veterans soldiers 22 facilities Manager.

Auditor general of Canada 23.

National Research Council of 24.

Office of the Privy Council including: Secretariat of Canadian Intergovernmental Conference Commissioner official languages Council Economic Commission of labour relations in the public service Office of the federal-provincial relations Office of the Secretary to the Governor General Commission on Canadian unit 25.

26 national capital Commission.

Ministry of State for science and technology including: the Science Council of Canada 27.

Of the 28 National Battlefields Commission.

Office of the Director general of elections 29.

Council of the Treasury 30.

Canadian development agency international (on its own account) 31.

Research in natural sciences and engineering 32 Council.

22 Canada Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.

Railway equipment 23.


Motor vehicles, trailers and cycles (except buses included in 2310, trucks and military trailers in 2320 and 2330, and tracked combat, attack and tactical vehicles in 2350) 24.

25 tractors.

26 vehicle parts.

Envelopes and tubes 29.

Accessories 30 engines.

32 mechanical power transmission equipment.

Machines and equipment for the woodworking 34.

The 35 metal working machines.

Equipment service and trade 36.

Special industry machinery 37.

Machinery and farm equipment 38.

Construction equipment, extraction, excavation and road maintenance 39.

40 material handling equipment.

Ropes, cables, chains and accessories 41.

Refrigeration and air conditioning 42 material.

Equipment of fire fighting, rescue and safety (except 4220 diving and sea rescue equipment; 4230 impregnation and decontamination equipment) 43.

Pumps and compressors 44.

Material of ovens, steam generators, drying, and nuclear reactors 45.

Plumbing, heating and sanitary equipment 46.

Supply 47 sewage treatment and water treatment plants.

Elements of pipes, hoses and accessories 48.

Valves 49.

Equipment maintenance and repair 52 workshops.

Measuring instruments 53.

Hardware and abrasives 54.

Elements of prefabricated construction and elements of scaffolding 55.

Timber, sawn, contre-plaques and wood veneer 56.

Building materials 61.

Electric wires, material. production and distribution of energy 62.

Lamps and lighting accessories 63.

Alarm and signal 65 systems.

Supplies and medical, dental and veterinary equipment 66.

Material laboratory instruments (except 6615 autopilot mechanisms and elements of gyroscopes for aircraft; 6665 Instruments and devices for detection of hazards) 67.

Photographic equipment 68.

Substances and chemical products 69.

Materials and teaching apparatus 70.

Computer hardware, software, supplies and material auxiliary (except 7010, automatic data processing equipment Configurations) 71.

Furniture 72.

Items and devices for household and public places 73 equipment.

Equipment of kitchen and table 74.

Material bureaumatique and desktop 75 office machines.

Supplies and office devices 76.

Books, maps and other publications (except 7650 Plans and specifications) 77.

Musical instruments, phonographs and 78 domestic radio receivers.

Marina and 79 Athletics equipment.

Equipment and cleaning supplies 80.

Paint brushes, paint, adhesives and products shutter 81.

Containers, materials and packing supplies 85.

Toilet articles 87.

Supplies for agriculture 88.

Live animals 91.

Fuels, lubricants, oils and waxes 93.

Metallic manufacturing 94.

Metallic raw materials 96.

Ores, minerals and their primary derivatives 99.

Various General notes notwithstanding the foregoing, this agreement does not apply to small business set-asides.

European Economic Community part I Notes 1. This agreement applies to contracts awarded on behalf of an international organization, and according to the specific procedure of this organization, by entities referred to in all other respects by the provisions of the present agreement.2. This agreement will not apply to acquisitions carried out agricultural products, programs of support to agriculture or food programs, by entities subject to the provisions of this agreement.

Belgium the French version of this list done faith I.  Government departments 1.

Office of the Prime Minister 2.

Ministry of economic affairs 3.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs, foreign trade and Cooperation to development 4.

Department of Agriculture 5.

Ministry of the Middle Classes 6.

Department of Communications 7.

Department of national defence 8.

Ministry of Education - national and Culture 9.

Ministry of employment and (read work 10.

Department of finance 11.

Department of the Interior 12.

Department of Justice 13.

Department of social security 14.

Ministry of public health and the environment 15.

Department of public works - Fund roads - 16 buildings Fund.

Board II positions.  List of departments and secretariats of State whose purchases are made through the entities listed under I Prime Minister Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of public service Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defence Minister of Justice Minister of Foreign Affairs Minister of Economic Affairs Minister of welfare and Social Affairs Secretary, Assistant to the Minister of affairs Walloon Minister of Communications Minister of National Education (Dutch) Minister of Agriculture and Middle Classes
Dutch Culture Minister and Minister of the Flemish Minister of National Education (French) Minister of public health and the Environment Minister of Finance Minister of the Foreign Trade Minister of the Development Cooperation Minister of posts, telegraphs and Telephones and Affairs Minister Brussels Minister of Pensions Minister of employment and work Minister of the Interior Minister of science policy Minister of French Minister of public works and Minister of the Walloon business Secretary to the regional economy, Assistant to the Minister of affairs Walloon State Secretary for the Budget, attached to the Prime Minister, and State Secretary for the regional economy, Deputy Minister of affairs Flemish Secretary of State for the reform of the Institutions, Assistant to the Prime Minister Secretary of State to the French Culture, Assistant to the Minister of Culture French Secretary of State for Economic Affairs, Deputy to the Minister of Economic Affairs , and Secretary of State for Social Affairs, attached to the Minister for Flemish Affairs Assistant Secretary of State for the reform of the Institutions, Deputy to the Deputy Prime Minister Secretary of State to the Dutch Culture, the Minister of culture Dutch, and Assistant Secretary of State for Social Affairs, the Brussels Minister for Affairs.
III. Institutions under the jurisdiction of the Government 1.

Refrigeration service of the Belgian State 2 Board.

General fund of the school buildings of the State 3.

Funds for the construction of hospital and medico-social institutions 4.

National Institute of housing 5.

Earth national society 6.

National Office of social security 7.

National Institute of social insurance for self-employed 8.

National Institute for sickness-disability insurance, 9.

National Fund of the retirement pension and survival 10.

National Board of pensions for salaried workers 11.

Auxiliary health insurance - disability 12.

Fund for occupational diseases 13.

National Fund for professional Credit 14.

General Fund savings and retirement 15.

National agricultural and horticultural opportunities 16.

National milk and its derivatives 17.

National Office of the job Denmark the English version of this list is authentic Danish entities empowered to pass procurement 1.

Office of the Prime Minister 2.

Ministry of labour - 4 directorates and institutions 3.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs - 2 departments 4.

Department of housing - 1 direction 5.

Department of Finance (3 departments) - Directorate of public procurement and national printing house - 3 other institutions 6.

Ministry of taxes and fees (2 departments) - 5 directorates and institutions 7.

Ministry of fisheries - 4 institutions 8.

Department of commerce - research center of Risoe - 20 directorates and institutions 9.

Ministry of the Interior - national Institute of Sera - Danish National Directorate of civil defense - 3 other directorates and institutions 10.

Department of justice - the Chief of Danish police Services - 3 other directorates and institutions 11.

Ministry of religious affairs 12.

Department of agriculture - 19 directorates and institutions 13.

Ministry of the environment - 5 directions 14.

Ministry of Greenland - Royal Department of commerce of Greenland - technical organization of Greenland - 2 other institutions 15.

Department of Cultural Affairs - 2 directions, several museums national and 16 institutes of higher learning.

Ministry of Social Affairs - 5 directions 17.

Ministry of education - University Hospital of Copenhagen - 6 directions - 11 universities and other institutes of higher education 18.

Ministry of Economic Affairs (3 departments) 19.

Department of public works - Ports and domestic airports - 4 directorates and several institutions 20.

Ministry of Defence France the French version of this list is authentic list of entities 1) main entities purchasing A. general Budget Minister delegate to the Prime Minister responsible for the status of women Minister of justice Minister of health and family Minister of the Interior, Minister of Foreign Affairs

Minister of Defence Minister of labour and participation Minister of co-operation Minister of Economy Minister of the Minister of the environment and the living environment budget education Minister Minister of universities Minister of agriculture Minister of Industry Minister of Transport Minister of trade and handicrafts Minister of the Foreign Trade Minister of youth, sports and recreation Minister of culture and communication Secretary of State for post and telecommunications Secretary of State to the Veterans Secretary of State to the Prime Minister Secretary of State to the Prime Minister (Parliamentary Relations) Secretary of State to the Prime Minister (research) Secretary of State to the Minister of Justice, Minister of justice State Secretary to the Minister of health and family Secretary of State to the Minister of the Interior (departments and overseas territories) Secretary of State to the Minister of the Interior (local) Secretary of State to the Minister of Foreign Affairs Secretary of State from the Minister of labour and participation (professional training) Secretary of State to the Minister of labour and participation (manual and immigrant workers) Secretary of State to the Minister of labour and participation (female job) Secretary of State to the Minister of the environment and the living environment (housing) Secretary of State to the Minister of the environment and the living environment (environment) Secretary of State to the Minister of education Secretary to the Minister of agriculture Secretary of State with (the Minister of industry (small and medium industry) B. Budget Annex include report:-printing national C. special accounts of the Treasury On may report: - national forest fund - financial support from the film industry - road investment special fund - national fund for land development and urban planning - buying groups public (UGAP) 2 Union) national public institutions administrative Academy of France in Rome Naval Academy Academy of the Sciences of overseas Central Agency for social security bodies (A.C.O.S. S.) financial basin agencies national agency for the improvement of working conditions (A.N.A.C.T.)
National Agency for the improvement of habitat (A.N.A.H.)
National Agency for employment (A.N.P.E.)
National Agency for compensation of the Permanent Assembly of Chambers of agriculture (A.P.C.A.) overseas (A.N.I.F.O.M.) French
National Library National Library and University of Strasbourg Office studies of the posts and telecommunications to overseas (B.E.P.T.O.M.) Fund to help local communities (C.A.E.C.) equipment
Autonomous pension fund the reconstruction of the deposit and consignment Office National Fund of family allowances (C.N.A.F.)
National highways (N.A.C.) Fund
National health insurance fund-for workers (C.N.A.M.) National Fund of viei11esse-insurance of salaried workers (C.N.A.V.T.S.)
Military national social security Fund (C.N.M.S.S.)
National Fund of historical monuments and sites national telecommunications loan fund organizations housing project Casa de Velasquez teaching Center zootechnical Rambouillet Centre for studies of the middle and pedagogy applied to the Department of agriculture Center for advanced studies of social security, vocational training Centres agricultural national Centre of art and culture Georges Pompidou national Centre of French cinematography national Centre of studies and training for children of inappropriate national studies and experimentation of agricultural machinery Center
National centre of studies and training for special education and special education (C.N.E.F.A.S.E.S.)
National training centre and development of teaching teachers save and spare agricultural national center of letters national teaching documentation Centre national Centre of University and school works (C.N.O.U.S.)
National center of ophthalmology at the Quinze-Vingts national Centre of preparation of educational manual work and teaching professorship spare national center of rural promotion of Marmilhat national Centre of scientific research (C.N.R.S.)
Regional educational centres regional Centres of education regional centers for physical education and sports (C.R.E.P.S.)
Regional centres of academic works (C.R.O.U.S.)
Regional centres of the forest property Center of social security for migrant workers centers Chancelleries of Colleges Colleges Universities academics agricultural Commission of the operations of scholarship Superior Council of fishing Conservatory of coastal and lake shores national Conservatory of arts and crafts national Conservatory of music national Conservatory senior drama field of Pompadour Central School - Lyons Central School of arts and manufactures French school of Archaeology in Athens French far East French of Rome school school school of Advanced Studies in social sciences National School of administration, national school of civil aviation (E.N.A.C.)
National of the charters school national riding school national school female of Agronomy of Marmilhat (Oregon) national school female of Agronomy Toulouse (Hte-Garonne) National School of rural engineering and forestry (E.N.G.R.E.F.)
National schools of dairy industry national schools of engineers school national of engineers of national industries of agriculture and food technology national schools of engineers of the farming School of engineers of rural and technical work health national school of engineers of the work of the waters and forests (E.N.I.T.E.F.)
National School of the judiciary, national schools of the Navy market National School of public health (E.N.S.P.)
National ski and mountaineering school school national superior agronomic - Montpellier national higher school agronomic - Rennes national high school of decorative arts National School of arts and industries - Strasbourg National College of arts and industries textiles - Roubaix national high school arts and crafts, national school of fine arts national school upper national school librarians superior industrial ceramic - Sèvres National School of electronics and its applications (E.N.S.E.A.)
National School of horticulture national school superior of food agricultural industries national school superior landscape National School of applied agricultural sciences (E.N.S.S.A.A.)
National veterinary schools national training schools national schools of first degree National College Street normal school teachers and teachers colleges national training schools higher normal school Polytechnique School of forestry - Crogny (dawn) vocational technical school agricultural and forestry of Meymac (Corrèze) School of viticulture and oenology of the Tour Blanche (Gironde) School of viticulture - Avize (Marne) national institution of convalescents of Vésinet (E.N.C.V.)
National institution of convalescents of St - Maurice national institution of invalids of the Navy (E.N.I.M.) national institution of Koenigs Warter Foundation Carnegie Foundation Singer-Polignac Social Action Fund for migrant workers hospital-Hospice national Dufresne-dozing Institute for breeding and veterinary medicine in tropical countries (I. E. M. V. P. T.)
French Institute of Oriental archaeology of Cairo Institute geographic national industrial Institute of the North international Institute of public administration (I.I.A.P.)
National agronomic of Paris-Grignon Institute national Institute of appellations of origin of wines and brandies (I.N.A.O.V.E.V.)
National Institute of astronomy and Geophysics (I.N.A.G.)
National Institute of consumption (I.N.C.)
National Institute of education (I.N.E.P.)
National Institute of population studies (I.N.E.D.)
National Institute for the young blind - Paris national Institute for young deaf - Bordeaux national Institute of deaf young people - Chambéry Institute - Metz Institute national of deaf young national of young deaf - Paris Institute national nuclear physics and physics of particles (I.N2. P3) national Institute of superior agricultural promotion national Institute of industrial property national Institute of agronomic research (I.N.R.A.)
National Institute for research and teaching (I.N.R.P.)
National Institute of health and medical research (I.N.S.E.R.M.) national Institute of sports institutes National Polytechnic national institutes of applied sciences higher national Institute of industrial chemistry of Rouen Institute for research in computing and automatic (I.R.I.A.)
Research Institute of transport (I.R.T.)
Regional institutes of administration Institute of marine fisheries (I.S.T.P.M) Higher Institute of materials and mechanical construction of Saint-Ouen high schools scientific and technical agricultural high schools classics and modern vocational secondary schools technical Army Museum Museum Gustave Moreau Museum of the Navy Museum national J.J. Henner Museum of the Legion of honor Museum postal

National Museum of natural history museum Auguste Rodin Paris Observatory Office of cooperation and hospitality University french Office for the protection of refugees and returnees national Office of Veterans national Office of hunting national Office for information on the teachings and the professions (O.N.I.S.E.P.)
National Board of immigration (O.N.I.)
Office of scientific research and engineering overseas (O.R.S.T.O.M.) University Office and cultural french for the Algeria Palace of discovery parks national meeting of national museums national Service reviews driving Union of Parisian transport national baths - AIX universities Federal Republic of Germany the version English of this list is faith list of entities 1 central Government buyers.

Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs 2.

Federal Ministry of labour and Social Affairs 3.

Federal Ministry of education and science 4.

Federal Ministry of food, agriculture and forests 5.

Federal Department of finance 6.

Federal Ministry of research and technology 7.

Federal Ministry for intra-German relations 8.

Federal Ministry of the Interior (for civilian purchases only) 9.

Federal Ministry of youth, family and health 10.

Federal Department of justice 11.

Department of management of the territory, bed construction and urbanism 12.

Federal Ministry of post and telecommunications 13.

Federal Ministry of economy 14.

Federal Ministry of economic co-operation 15.

Federal Department of defence Note in performance of their national obligations, the entities contained in this list will allocate, according to special procedures, markets in some regions which were economically disadvantaged as a result of the Germany division.
It is similarly of the contracts awarded to eliminate difficulties experienced by some groups of the last war.

Ireland the English version of this list is 1.  (Main entities buying a) Office of works publicsb) 2 publications Office.  Other services of the Presidency Secretariat of the houses of the Oireachtas (Parliament) Department of the Taoiseach (Prime Minister) central statistical Office Finance Department General Inspection of Finance Tax Administration laboratory of the State Services of the Attorney general Directorate of Public Prosecutions Office of the map Service fees Department of administration Commission of recruitment in the public service Department of planning and economic development Department of justice register land Office of donations and legacies of charity Department of Environmental Department of education national art museum of Ireland Department of Gaelteacht (Irish linguistic areas) Department of agriculture fisheries and Forestry Department of Labor Department of Industry Department of the commerce and Energy Department of tourism and Transport Department of Foreign Affairs Department of Social Affairs Department of Health Department of defense Department of posts and Telegraphs Italy the English and French versions of this list are entities purchasing 1.

Department of the Treasury 2.

Department of finance 3.

Department of justice 4.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs 5.

Department of public instruction 6.

Ministry of the Interior 7.

Department of public works 8.

Ministry of agriculture and forests 9.

Department of industry, trade and crafts 10.

Ministry of labour and social security 11.

Department of health 12.

Department of Cultural Affairs and the environment 13.

Department of defense 14.

Ministry of the budget and the plan 15.

Department of investments of State 16.

Ministry of tourism 17.

Department of foreign trade 18.

Ministry of posts and telecommunications Note agreement will not prevent the provisions of the Act No. Italian, 835 of 6 October 1950 (Official Gazette of the Republic Italian n 245 of 24 October 1950) and its amendments in force at the time of adoption of this agreement.

Luxembourg the French version of this list is list of entities Central buyers likely to fall within the scope of application of the instrument: 1 Department of State: central Service of print and supplies to State 2.

Department of Agriculture: Administration of the Technical Services of the Agriculture 3.

Ministry of National Education: secondary school, from secondary to vocational schools 4.

Department of family and social solidarity: retirement homes 5.

Department of the armed forces: Army - Gendarmerie - Police 6.

Department of Justice: institutions prison 7.

Department of public health: Mondorf-State, neuropsychiatric hospital 8.

Department of public works: public buildings - bridges and causeways 9.

Department of Finance: Post and Telecommunications 10.

Ministry of transport and energy: power plants of high and low 11 Saarland.

Ministry of the environment: general Commissioner of the Netherlands the English version of this list Water Protection authoritative list of entities A. departments and agencies of the central Government 1.

Department of General Affairs 2.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs 3.

Department of justice 4.

Ministry of the Interior 5.

Ministry of defence 6.

Department of finance 7.

Ministry of Economic Affairs 8.

Ministry of education and sciences 9.

Ministry of housing and the planning 10.

Department of transport and public works, including post, telephone and Telegraph 11.

Ministry of agriculture and fisheries 12.

Ministry of Social Affairs 13.

Departments of Cultural Affairs, recreation and social action 14.

Ministry of public health and hygiene of the environment 15.

Ministry of cooperation to development 16.

Department of science policy 17.

Cabinet of the Netherlands Antilles, 18 cases.

Institutes national teaching superior b. central buying offices entities listed above under A load generally themselves of their purchases. other general purchases are made through the following: 1. Dutch Office of public procurement 2.

Directorate-General of water 3.

Service of General stewardship 4.

The material of the Dutch Royal Air Force 5 branch.

The procurement of the Dutch 6 Royal Navy Division.

National printing 7.

Central management of purchases and the control of post, telephone and Telegraph 8 material.

Central cars of the State 9.

Government Center of 10 desktop machines.

Branch 11 State-owned forests.

Service of the polders of the IJsselmeer United Kingdom the English version of this list is list of entities British Museum, British Museum (natural history) Tax Administration central Office Office Services (the information charities Department of administration Commission public Commission of ancient monuments (Scotland) Commission of ancient monuments (Wales) Commission of cutting of the constituencies for England and the country of the Wales Committee of cutting of the constituencies for the Ireland of the north central computer Center Office) computer of Chessington canteens of Governments Institute of administration Commission of recruitment in the public service task force of the remuneration of the public service Commission on historical manuscripts Commission on historical monuments (England) Advisory Service for questions Medical Commission permanent museums Office of the legal counsel of the Parliament Commission of audit of public procurement proceedings Royal Commission Royal Commission on the pollution of the environment Royal Commission of the Royal Commission on legal services (England games (, Wales and Northern Ireland) Royal Commission on legal services (Scotland) Royal Commission of fine arts (England) Royal Commission of fine arts (Scotland) the royal domain (benefits covered by special appropriations only) Administration Office of prosecution, Scotland Department of customs and Excise Department of the national savings Department of agriculture and fisheries of Scotland Service of artificial insemination of the crofters Commission Commission of the , royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh deer protection, etc.
Department of education and Science Commission of the grants to universities Department of employment Duchess of Gloucester House Court of appeal employment labour courts Office of economy of Labour Commission of the distribution of income and wealth Department of Energy Department of health and social security allowance Board of nursing central Council for education and training of social workers Council for education and training for health visitors
Commission of dental quotes

Joint studies of clinical nursing Service of medical Arbitration Commission and dental medical committees and inspectors (war pensions) national Service (the health Administrations of the national the Health Service Commissioners to social insurance pension Commission of Labour Administration of rates of prescriptions Commission of the public health laboratories courts of appeals supplementary benefits Commission of additional allowances industry Center of industrial design department computerized laboratory of pharmacy of the State national Institute Engineering Laboratory) national maritime national laboratory Physics Laboratory Warren Spring Department of prices and the consumer protection Board of the coal consumers of household advisory boards of electricity in England and the country of Wales advice to consumers of gas Commission of the metric Commission of the monopolies and mergers Department of environmental services Section of urbanization of Britain Research Service building lands (except payment of royalties) Commissioners of the rural setting Direction of the real estate Commission of overseas research Station on fire/Boreham Wood Station hydraulic research committees of establishment of local taxes Administration services offices dispatch general courts control the rents, joint committees and commissions of the school rents the actuary Department public Department of the civil status of Scotland Department of commerce Coast Guard British Centre of export marketing Tokyo guarantee agency access to markets the Patent Office Department of transportation Sections and subsections of road construction laboratory of study of transport and the road system the Transport Tribunal (except payment of royalties) consultative committees of the transport users (except payment of royalties) Directorate of Public Prosecutions Department of finance and the Finance Administration audit , Scotland Department of credit guarantee to the export Department of Foreign Affairs and Affairs of the Commonwealth central Office of communications center of Arabic studies of the Middle East Center of conferences and European meetings of Winston House Interior Ministry Games Council for Great Britain Court of Immigration Appeals General Inspectorate of the police Commission of the Parole Board and local review commissions sentences House of Commons House of Lords Museum imperial war Commission intervention for Agricultural Fund for legal aid Department of the Lord Chancellor Council of administrative tribunals courts of County Court of appeals from decisions of the military courts during the Crown Chairman-rapporteur of the military courts and Chairperson-rapporteur of the courts of the Navy Court Land Commission of the courts of appeal court pension laws supreme Ministry of agriculture, fisheries and nutrition Extension Service orientation and agricultural development consultative committees of the agricultural housing agricultural land Tribunals Service
Commission and committees of wages agricultural research centers on artificial insemination central Council of agricultural and horticultural cooperation laboratory of Phytopathology Office of protection of rights to plant breeders, royal Botanical Garden, Kew Ministry of Defence Office purchasing management Meteorological Department of development of overseas research center on the parasites of overseas Research Department of overseas Division of land resources of the debt Office tropical products Institute national and Commission of switching of National pension Gallery national museums of art of Scotland National Library of Scotland national Museum of the Navy national Museum of Antiquities of Scotland national Museum of official Portraits departments and administrations of Ireland in the North Department of administration public Department of agriculture Department of commerce Department of education Department of the Environment Department of Finance Department of health and social services Department of manpower of the police Administration of Ireland North Department of the Secretary of State for the Ireland of the North Court of education county courts
Office of the legal Council of the Crown management of Public Prosecutions Office of the execution of the judgments forensic unit courts courts of appeal free pension monitored Service maintenance of electoral lists and organization of the elections Service the pathologist of the State sovereign of Justice Court and Court of appeals criminal from Ireland of the North Office of competition Oversight Office of censuses and population surveys, the national health Service central register
Office of the parliamentary administration Commissioner and the Commissioners of Health Office of the paymaster - general postal Service of the Postal Administration Service Secretariat of the Privy Council Archives National Office of the trustee of the State Commission of borrowing for public works Service of debt collection of the Queen and Treasury Office of Prosecution Department of Prosecutors - General Department of the Prosecutor of the Tribunal Queen land central Office of civil registration , Scotland central registry of the national registry of friendly societies Commission Health Service Royal, etc. (see under Department of public administration) the Constitution Commission Royal Commission of the national Service of health Royal Commission of the royal hospital, Chelsea Hotel royal games currency royal Museum of Scotland Museum of science Administration of the courts of Scotland High Court Court criminal registry criminal courts and land of Scotland Commission court instance Scottish law courts of appeal in pension Scottish Development Department of the reorganization of local Commissions, etc.
Joint Committee and Committee of the rents, etc.
Department of Scottish economic planning advisory councils of electricity of Scotland Department Scottish education royal Museum of Scotland Department Scottish Interior and health services Administration General Council for education and training for health visitors School of training of personnel of the fire Inspector-General of police forces local boards of Health Commission on the protection of mental health for the national health Administrations of the national health Service Scotland Service
The Parole Board for Scotland and local review committees sentences Scottish Scottish Crime Squad Sera production laboratory Planning Council Scottish Office of police spring Scottish Council of advanced medical studies Academy Scottish Land Court of Scotland Department of the Secretary of State for Scotland Archives of Scotland Tate Gallery Treasury Board publications Office finance Scotland national Council for Economic Development Department of taxes the State property Department of the legal adviser to Treasury Directorate of Public Prosecutions Service of Councillors legal of the Crown legal counsel Office of the Victoria and Albert Museum Collection Wallace Department of the Secretary of State to the country of Wales central Council for education and training of social workers the communal land Board for education Commissioners treasure and the training of the Health Commission of the dental quote visitors
Commission of the cutting of the electoral districts (local) committees and courts to establish local taxes Service national health Administrations of the national Service of the Health Commission of the public health laboratories courts of rent control, joint committees and commissions of the rents community school European economic part II list of materials purchased by the ministries of defence and subject to the agreement the French and English versions of this list are faith chapter 25 : Salt; sulfur; land and stones; plasters, lime and cement chapter 26: metallurgical ores, slag and ash Chapter 27: mineral fuels, oils, minerals and products of their distillation; asphalt materials; mineral waxes except: ex 27.10: special fuels Chapter 28: inorganic chemicals; organic or inorganic compounds of precious metals, radioactive elements, isotopes and rare earth metals with the exception of: ex 28.09: explosives ex 28.13: explosives ex 28.14: gas tear gas ex 28.28: explosives ex 28.32: explosives ex 28.39: explosives ex 28.50: produced toxicological ex 28.51: produced toxicological ex 28.54: explosives, chapter 29: organic chemicals except: ex 29.03: explosives ex 29.04 : explosives ex 29.07: explosives ex 29.08: explosives ex 29.11: explosives ex 29.12: explosives ex 29.13: produced toxicological ex 29.14: produced toxicological ex 29.15: produced toxicological ex 29.21: toxicological products


ex 29.22: produced toxicological ex 29.23: produced toxicological ex 29.26: explosives ex 29.27: produced toxicological ex 29.29: explosives, Chapter 30: products pharmaceutical chapter 31: fertilisers Chapter 32: tanning and dye; tannins and their derivatives; dyes, colours, paints, varnishes and dyes; mastics; inks chapter 33: essential oils and resinoides; Perfumery, cosmetic or toilet products chapter 34: know, organic surfactants, preparations for laundry, lubricating preparations, artificial waxes, waxes prepared, product maintenance, candles and similar articles, pasta shape and "waxes for dental art" chapter 35: albuminoidal substances; adhesives; enzymes chapter 37: photographic and cinematographic chapter 38: various products of chemical industries excluding: ex 38.19: produced toxicological chapter 39: materials plastic artificial, ethers and esters of cellulose, artificial resins and works in these matters with the exception of: ex 39.03: explosives, chapter 40: natural or synthetic, artificial rubber for rubber and rubber works with the exception of : ex 40.11: tires to the bulletproof chapter 41: skins and leather chapter 42: articles of leather;. articles of saddlery and tack; items of travel, handbags and similar containers; Books gut chapter 43: furskins and furs; fake furs Chapter 44: wood and wood charcoal chapter 45 wooden works: Cork and Cork chapter 46 works: works of plaiting and wickerwork chapter 47: materials used in the manufacture of Chapter 48 paper: paper and paperboard; works in cellulose, paper pulp and paperboard Chapter 49: library items and products of graphic arts Chapter 65: hairstyles and parts of hairstyles chapter 66: umbrellas, parasols, canes, whips, whips and parts chapter 67: feathers and prepared duvets and feather or down; articles artificial flowers; articles of human hair chapter 68: works in stone, plaster, cement, asbestos, mica and similar materials chapter 69: products ceramics Chapter 70: glass and glass Chapter 71 works: pearls, gemstones and similar metals precious, plated or double of precious metals and works in these matters; Jewelry fancy chapter 73: cast iron, iron and steel chapter 74: copper chapter 75: Nickel Chapter 76: Aluminium chapter 77: Magnesium, beryllium (titanium) Chapter 78: lead Chapter 79: Zinc Chapter 80: Tin chapter 81: other base metals chapter 82: tools; items of cutlery and table cutlery, metal with the exception of: ex 82.05: Tools ex 82.07: Tools chapter 83 parts: various works of base metal chapter 84: boilers, machines, devices and machinery with the exception of: ex 84.06: engines ex 84.08: other engines ex 84.45: machinery ex 84.53: automatic machines ex 84.55 information processing: parts of the 84.53 ex 84.59 : nuclear reactors chapter 85: Machines and electrical appliances and objects used for Electrotechnical purposes with the exception of: ex 85.13: telecommunication ex 85.15: devices Chapter 86: vehicles and equipment for railways; non-electric signalling devices for communication channels with the exception of: ex 8602: armoured locomotives ex 8603: other locoblindes ex 8605: armoured wagons ex 8606: workshops ex 86.07 cars: cars chapter 87: cars cars, tractors, cycles and other land vehicles with the exception of: 87.08: tanks and armored cars ex 87.01: tractors ex 87.02: vehicles military ex 87.03: Troubleshooting ex 87.09 cars : motorcycles ex 87.14: trailers Chapter 89: maritime and River Navigation with the exception of: 89.01 A: ships of war chapter 90: Instruments and devices of optics, photography and cinematography, of measurement, verification, precision; instruments and surgical devices;

with the exception of: ex 90.05: binoculars ex 90.13: various instruments, lasers ex 90.14: rangefinders ex 90.28: electrical measuring instruments or electronic ex 90.11: microscopes ex 90.17: instruments medical ex 90.18: ex 90.19 mechanotherapy devices: devices for orthopedics ex 90.20: devices x-ray chapter 91: horology chapter 92: Musical Instruments; devices recording or sound reproduction; devices recording or reproduction of images and sound in television; parts and accessories of such instruments and devices Chapter 94: furniture; Medical furniture; articles of bedding and similar with the exception of: ex 94.01 A: aerodynes Chapter 95 seats: material to cut and mold to the State worked (including books) chapter 96: works of brushes and brushes, brushes, puffs and articles of tamiserie chapter 98: books various Finland the English version of this list is faith 1.

Centre for agronomic research 2.

Branch navigation 3.

Meteorological Institute Finland 4.

National centre of printing 5.

Department of justice 6.

The currency 7.

8 aviation branch.

Directorate General of forests 9.

Directorate-General of water 10.

Branch of vocational training 11.

National centre for fuels 12.

National Society for the production of margarine 13.

The State 14 Power Center.

The 15 State supply center.

National centre of technical research 16.

Staff Note 1 including subdivisions of the entities listed.
Note 2 If a particular decision on a market can compromise the achievement of important objectives of national policy, the Finnish Government will find it necessary to derogate, in the case of markets that are committed to the principle of national treatment enshrined in the agreement. A decision to this effect will be taken at the level of the Finnish Government.
Note 3 purchases of defense entities (indicated by) cover the following products: motor vehicles - cars delivery-trucks-motorcycles-bus - ambulance spare parts food commodities - coffee, tea - rice - fish frozen - dried fruit - spice machinery - machinery - office machines washing linen various Hong Kong the English version is authentic.
The supply of public services of Hong Kong Service entity.

India the English version of this list is faith N procuring entity Product Categories 1 Committee on oil and natural gas rigs in the oil wells off the coast, as well as their parts and spare parts, and coating, steel tubes, seamless, over 5 and a half inches outside diameter for drilling on land and in the offshore waters.

2. to THE India Radio transmitters of medium wave from a higher power to 300 kW, shortwave to a power greater than 250 kW transmitters.

3 Doordarshan antenna systems reversible wide bands, special type, short-wave, designed to very high power transmitters, views film in 16 mm cameras and tapes TV.

4. Ministry of railways for railway wheels and axles for railway rolling stock.

I. this agreement is limited to the categories of goods listed in the third column.
II. purchases of All India Radio and Doordarshan are made by the Director-general of supply and distribution.
III. this agreement series applies to contracts awarded on behalf of the International Development Association and according to the specific procedure of credit of this Association, by the entities referred to in all other respects by the provisions of this agreement.
IV. this agreement does not cover purchases made through bilateral arrangements providing for the achievement of a balance of trade through a clearing system.

Jamaica the English version is authentic building materials of the Jamaica (Service of the Jamaican State Trading Corporation Ltd.)

The English version of this list Japan authoritative entities covered by the Act on the national accounts.

House of representatives House of Councillors Court supreme Court of Auditors Council of Ministers Prime Minister Control Commission of the national public safety Commission (National Police) monopolies Commission of Coordination of the litigation on the Imperial administrative management agency home environment agency development of Hokkaido Agency of the Defense Agency of planning economic Agency of science and Technology Agency of the Environment Agency of development of Okinawa Agency of the Planning Department of the Justice Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ministry of Finance Department of the Education Ministry of health and (the public welfare Ministry of Agriculture, forests and Fisheries Ministry of foreign trade and industry Ministry of Transport Ministry of posts and Telecommunications Ministry of Labour Ministry of the Construction Ministry of government local paths of the Japan national railways *) Japanese Board of tobacco and salt company national Nippon Telegraph and Telephones

Society of popular Credit Company of Credit for the housing company Credit for Agriculture, forestry and the fishing company Credit for the small and medium business company Credit to public enterprises local society for the development of Hokkaido and Tohoku company of credit medical insurance company Credit for the small and medium business company Credit for Hygiene Public Credit Company for the development of Okinawa Japan Bank of Development Bank Export-Import of the Japan Notes 1. The Bill on the national accounts the entities mentioned therein, including all their internal subdivisions, their autonomous bodies, the organizations that they are allied and their other organizations and local agencies covered by the law of organization of powers proceedings.2. Does not include products intended for resale or use in the production of goods, for the vente.3. If the existing laws and regulations at the time of the entry into force of this agreement for the Japan so provide, the entities in this list may award contracts to cooperatives or associations, in accordance with the speciales.4 procedures. This agreement will apply generally to the purchases made by the Defense Agency, which fall into the categories below of the Federal Supply Classification (FSC), subject to the decisions to be taken by the Japanese Government in respect of the provisions of art. VIII, by. 1: FSC Designation 22 railway equipment 24 tractors 32 Machines and equipment for the wood working 34 Machines for the metal working 35 service and trade 36 special industry machinery 37 machinery and agricultural equipment 38 material of construction, extraction, excavation and road maintenance 39 40 cordage material handling equipment, cables, chains and accessories 41 refrigeration equipment air conditioning and 43 pumps air circulation and compressors 45 plumbing equipment, heating and sanitary 46 treatment of water and wastewater treatment equipment wastewater 47 Elements of pipe, pipes and accessories 48 valves 51 hand tools 52 Instruments of measure 55 wood construction, sawnwood, plywood and veneer 61 electric wire, material production and distribution of energy 62 lamps and lighting supplies 65 and medical equipment dental and veterinary 6630 Instruments for chemical analysis 6635 control material of physical properties 6640 equipment and laboratory supplies 6645 Measuring Instruments of the time 6650 Optical Instruments 6655 Instruments of geophysics and astronomy 6660 Instruments and devices of meteorology 6670 scales 6675 Instruments of design, survey and mapping 6680 Debimetres to liquids and gases, measures of levels liquids and mechanical movements 6685 Measuring Instruments and the pressure control the temperature and humidity 6695 mixed Instruments and various 67 photographic equipment 68 Substances and chemicals 71 72 Articles furniture and devices for the equipment of households and public places 73 of kitchen and table 74 Office Machines and equipment of bureaumatique 75 supplies and devices 76 books, maps and other publications 77 Musical Instruments Office , phonographs and domestic radio receivers 79 equipment and supplies 80 cleaning brushes, paint, shutter and adhesives 8110-drums and canisters 8115-boxes, cartons, crates 8125-bottles, jars 8130-reels, reels 8135-packaging and packing materials 85 toiletries 87 supplies for agriculture 93 94 metallic raw material 99 miscellaneous 5 metal Fabrications. The application of this agreement to the entities marked with an asterisk is subject to the conditions hereinafter specified by the Japanese Government: has) railways national of Japan not including materials related to the safe operation of the transports.b) national Nippon Telegraph and Telephones company.

((i) excluding telecommunications publiques.ii equipment) not including purchases of agencies locales.iii) if the negotiators were able to agree on the scope of the agreement in the field of telecommunications for December 31, 1980, in the light of point 1. (A) of the joint statement issued on 2 June 1979 by the negotiators of the Governments of the Japan and the United States, this agreement will apply to purchases subject to this agreement.

Republic of Korea the English version of this list is 1. Entity acheteuseOffice of supply 2. Classification of purchases CCCN ex 6902 refractory bricks to silicon carbide CCCN ex 7316 tracks in cast iron, iron or steel Elements: needles, spikes of heart, crossings and lane changes, switch rods, sleepers, fishplates, pads and corners, seat saddles, clamping plates, plates, and bars of spacing and other parts specially designed for the installation, the sealing or fixing of the rails.

CCCN ex 8509 headlights, signal lights, horns, wipers, de-icers and features antifog CCCN 8607 cars and trucks for rail transport of goods CCCN 8609 parts and spare parts of vehicles for rail CCCN ex 9028 0101 regulators automatic voltage 0200 Instruments and electronic devices for measurement or detection of ionizing radiation 0302 devices for the testing of circuits 0303 Oscilloscopes 0304 devices for the measurement of frequency 0305 frequency counters or periods Nigeria the English version of this list is 1. National Society of supplies from Nigeria for the purchase of the following products: has) material of energieb production) telecommunicationsc material) material and parts for channels ferreesd) voiriee material) equipment of works publicsf) drilling for water, oil research and geologiquesg equipment) Scientific Instruments of HLOOKUP) aircraft and equipment of navigation aeriennei) pumps and equipment against the incendiej) industrial engines to gas Norway the English version of this list is 1.

National services of 2 roads.

Central Bureau of purchases of Government 3.

Administration of postal services 4.

Public hospital 5.

University of Oslo 6.

Police services 7.

Office of broadcasting Norwegian 8.

University of Trondheim 9.

University of Bergen 10.

Coastal management 11.

University of Tromso 12.

National Directorate for the control of pollution 13.

14 civil aviation headquarters.

Ministry of defence 15.

16 Norwegian armed forces medical services.

The 17 air force equipment management.

The 18 army material management.

Management of the sea 19 army equipment.

Direction of the joint material notes 1 including subdivisions of the entities listed.
Note 2 If a particular decision on a market can compromise the achievement of important objectives of national policy, the Norwegian Government will find it necessary to derogate, in the case of markets that are committed to the principle of national treatment enshrined in the agreement. A decision to this effect will be to 1' level of the Norwegian Government.
Note 3 purchases of entities, defence (indicated by) cover the following products: equipment - machines and office equipment, furniture, materials, sports equipment, social services and other materials materials not technical supplies - technical - supplies and dressings and dental supplies - equipment kitchen and canteen-stationery and supplies of office-publications - music fuels - fuels lubricants and other petroleum products and motor vehicles - passenger cars - vehicles of transport-ambulances-cars-pumps for the fire service for aircraft - service vehicles vehicles for special purposes other technical materials - hardware drivers-parachuting-equipment-relief material of photography - material of pyrotechnics-electrical devices-alarm material bases, workshops, hangars and warehouses - material chemistry and radiology - material , tooling and supplies for protection against Atomic, bacteriological and chemical hazards medical devices and dental material stewardship-material fixed operating for kitchens, canteens, conference rooms,-tooling and supplies of stewardship, Singapore English version done faith central supply Note this offer Service procuring entity is subordinate to the right of the Government of Singapore to grant a margin of preference of two and a half to bidders of the ASEAN countries percent , or $ 40,000 in the United States, in accordance with the provisions of the agreement on preferential trade arrangements of the ASEAN countries.

Sweden the English version of this list is 1.

Administration of the material of the 2 armies.

National Directorate of roads 3.

National Directorate of buildings 4.


5 national industries company.

6 postal administration.

National administration of forest and agricultural areas 7.

Directorate-General of civil aviation 8.

Administration of the Royal fortifications 9.

National Directorate of education 10.

National direction of 11 police.

National Directorate of administrative organization 12.

Direction of the organs of criminal treatment 13.

National administration of shipping 14.

National General contributions 15.

16 forest Inspectorate.

Central management of the 17 armed forces medical service.

National administration of road safety 18.

National Directorate of civil defence 19.

National administration of industry 20.

National Directorate of public health and social welfare 21.

Central statistical Office notes 1 including subdivisions of the entities listed.
Note 2 If a particular decision on a market can compromise the achievement of important objectives of national policy, the Swedish Government will find it necessary to derogate, in the case of markets that are committed to the principle of national treatment enshrined in the agreement. A decision to this effect will be taken at the level of the Swedish Government.
Note 3 purchases of defense entities (indicated by) focus on the products listed in the following positions of the CCCN: chapters of the CCCN Exceptions 25-26 27 ex 27.10 special fuels 28 ex 28.09 explosives ex 28.13 explosives ex 28.14 gas tear gas ex 28.28 explosives ex 28.32 explosives ex 28.39 explosives ex 28.50 products toxicological ex 28.51 produced toxicological ex 28.54 explosives 29 ex 29.03 explosives ex 29.04 explosives ex 29.07 explosives ex 29.08 explosives ex 29.11 explosives

ex 29.12 explosives ex 29.13 products toxicological ex 29.14 produced toxicological ex 29.15 products toxicological ex 29.21 produced toxicological ex 29.22 products toxicological ex 29.23 produced toxicological ex 29.26 explosives ex 29.27 produced toxicological ex 29.29 explosives 30-49 65-81 82 ex 82.05 tools ex 82.07 83 84 ex 84.06 tooling parts engines ex 84.08 other engines ex 84.45 machinery ex 84.53 85 information processing machines ex 85.13 ex 85.15 telecommunications equipment transmission devices 86 ex 8602 armoured locomotives, electric 8603 other armoured locomotives 8605 8606 armoured cars cars-workshops 86.07 cars 87 87.08 tanks and armoured cars ex 87.01 tractors ex 87.02 vehicles military ex 8 7.03 troubleshooting ex 87.09 cars motorcycles ex 87.14 trailers 89 ex 89.01 warships 90 ex 90.05 binoculars ex 90.13 various instruments, lasers ex 90.14 rangefinders ex 90.28 electric or electronic measuring instruments 91-92 94 ex 94.01 seats of aerodynes 95-98 Switzerland the French version of this list fact faith 1.

Federal central office print and material 2.

Central Library of Parliament and the Federal Government 3.

Office of federal buildings 4.

Federal Polytechnic School Zurich 5.

Federal Polytechnic School of Lausanne 6.

Federal Institute of research reactors 7.

Federal Institute of forest research 8.

Institute for the study of snow and avalanches 9.

Swiss Institute for nuclear research 10.

Swiss Institute of meteorology 11.

Federal Institute for development, purification and protection of waters 12.

Federal Office of public health 13.

Swiss National Library 14.

Federal Office for civil protection 15.

Federal Administration of customs 16.

Federal 17 liquor board.

Currency 18.

Federal Office of metrology 19.

Federal Office for agriculture 20.

Federal Office of civil aviation, 21.

Federal Office of economy of water 22.

23 armament company.

Company positions if a particular decision on a market can compromise the achievement of important objectives of national policy, the Swiss Government may find it necessary to derogate, in the case of markets that are committed to the principle of national treatment enshrined in the agreement. A decision to this effect will be taken at the level of the Swiss Government.
List of civil defence and civil protection material subject to the agreement chapter 25: salt; sulfur; land and stones; plasters, lime and cement chapter 26: metallurgical ores, slag and ash Chapter 27: mineral fuels, oils, minerals and products of their distillation; asphalt materials; mineral waxes Chapter 28: inorganic chemicals; compounds, inorganic or organic of precious metals, of radioactive elements, rare earth metals and isotopes except: ex 28.09: explosives ex 28.13: explosives ex 28.14: gas tear gas ex 28.28: explosives ex 28.32: explosives ex 28.39: explosives ex 28.50: produced toxicological ex 28.51: produced toxicological ex 28.54: explosives, chapter 29: organic chemicals except: ex 29.03: explosives ex 29.04 : explosives ex 29.07: explosives ex 29.08: explosives ex 29.11: explosives ex 29.12: explosives ex 29.13: produced toxicological ex 29.14: produced toxicological ex 29.15: produced toxicological ex 29.21: produced toxicological ex 29.22: produced toxicological ex 29.23: produced toxicological ex 29.26: explosives ex 29.27: produced toxicological ex 29.29: explosives, Chapter 30: products pharmaceutical chapter 31: fertilisers Chapter 32: tanning and dye; tannins and their derivatives; dyes, colours, paints, varnishes and dyes; mastics; inks chapter 33: essential oils and resinoides; Perfumery, cosmetic or toilet products chapter 34: know, organic surfactants, preparations for laundry, lubricating preparations, artificial waxes, waxes prepared, product maintenance, candles and similar articles, pasta shape and "waxes for dental art" chapter 35: albuminoidal substances; adhesives; enzymes chapter 36: powders and explosives; pyrotechnic articles; matches; pyrophoriques alloys; flammable material with the exception of: ex 36.01: powders ex 36.02: prepared explosives ex 36.04: explosive ex 36.08: explosives, chapter 37: photographic and cinematographic chapter 38: various products of chemical industries to the exclusion of: ex 38.19: produced toxicological chapter 39: materials plastic artificial, ethers and esters of cellulose, artificial resins and works in these matters with the exception of: ex 39.03 : explosives, chapter 40: natural or synthetic, artificial rubber for rubber and rubber works except: ex 40.11: tires chapter 43: pelts and furs; fake furs chapter 45: Cork and Cork chapter 46 works: works of plaiting and wickerwork chapter 47: materials used in the manufacture of paper Chapter 65: hairstyles and parts of hairstyles chapter 66: umbrellas, parasols, canes, whips, whips and parts chapter 67: feathers and prepared duvets and feather or down; items artificial flowers; articles of human hair chapter 68: works in stone, plaster, cement, asbestos, mica and similar materials chapter 69: products ceramics Chapter 70: glass and glass Chapter 71 works: pearls, gemstones and similar metals precious, plated or double of precious metals and works in these matters; Jewelry fancy chapter 73: cast iron, iron and steel chapter 74: copper chapter 75: Nickel Chapter 76: Aluminium chapter 77: Magnesium, beryllium (titanium) Chapter 78: lead Chapter 79: Zinc Chapter 80: Tin chapter 81: other base metals chapter 82: tools; items of cutlery and table cutlery, of base metal chapter 83: various works of base metal chapter 84: boilers, machines, devices and machinery chapter 85: Machines and electrical appliances and objects used for Electrotechnical purposes with the exception of: ex 85.03: batteries electric ex 85.13: telecommunication ex 85.15: devices Chapter 86: vehicles and equipment for railways; non-electric signalling devices for communication channels with the exception of: ex 8602: armoured Locomotives ex 8603: other locoblindes ex 8605: armoured Wagons ex 8606: workshops ex 86.07 cars: cars chapter 87: cars cars, tractors, cycles and other land vehicles with the exception of: 87.08: tanks and armored cars ex 87.02: trucks heavy ex 87.09: motorcycles ex 87.14: trailers 88 aviation with the exception of chapter : 88.02: aircraft Chapter 89: Marine Navigation and river chapter 90: Instruments and devices of optics, photography and cinematography, of measurement, verification, accuracy; instruments and surgical devices;

with the exception of: ex 90.05: binoculars ex 90.13: various Instruments, lasers ex 90.14: rangefinders ex 90.28: electrical or electronic measuring Instruments chapter 91: Watch chapter 92: Musical Instruments; devices recording or sound reproduction; devices recording or reproduction of images and sound in television; parts and accessories of such instruments and devices chapter 93: weapons and ammunition except: ex 93.01: edged weapons


ex 93.02: pistols ex 93.03: weapons of war ex 93.04: weapons to fire ex 93.05: other weapons ex 93.07: Projectiles and munitions Chapter 95: material to cut and mold to the State worked (including books) chapter 96: works of brushes and brushes, brushes, puffs and articles of tamiserie chapter 98: books various United States the English version of this list is faith the United States will apply this agreement to the following entities : 1 Department of agriculture (the agreement does not apply to acquisitions of agricultural products carried out programs of support to agriculture or food programs) 2.

Department of commerce 3.

Department of health, education and Social Affairs 4.

Department of housing and urbanization 5.

Department of the Interior (except the Office of the hydrological planning) 6.

Department of justice 7.

Department of labor 8.

Department of State 9.

Department of Finance 10.

Services administration overhead (except purchases of the Informatics and telecommunications, those of the national Centre of tooling Service and those of the regional Office 9 of San Francisco, California) 11.

Aerospace 12 national administration.

Administration, veterans 13.

Agency for the protection of the environment 14.

The U.S. Agency for international communications 15.

National Foundation of sciences 16.

The Panama Canal company and Canal 17 Zone directors.

Services of the Presidency 18.

Administration had to farm credit 19.

National administration of 20 credit unions.

Council of promotions in the public service 21.

ACTION 22.

Federal Agency for the arms control and disarmament 23.

24 Civil Aviation Council.

Board of the Federal Bank of 25 housing credit.

National Council (the 26 labour relations.

National arbitration board 27.

Council of 28 railroad retirees.

Commission of the 29 American war monuments.

Commission communications 30.

31 Foreign Trade Commission.

Commission of Indian Affairs 32.

Commission for the coordination of trade between States 33.

Values and currencies 34 Board.

Office for the administration of personnel 35.

Commission of the United States for international trade 36.

Bank import and export the United States 37.

Arbitration and conciliation 38 federal service.

Armed forces 39 recruiting service.

Smithsonian Institution 40.

Federal insurance of bank deposits 41.

42 consumer product safety Commission.

Commission of the equal opportunities employment 43.

Federal maritime Commission 44.

National Council of safety of transport 45.

Nuclear Regulatory Commission 46.

Board for private foreign investments 47.

Board of audit markets, audiences 48.

Administrative Conference of the United States 49.

Council of the international broadcasting 50.

Commission on civil rights 51.

The 52 commodity futures trade Commission.

Administration of funding of 53 communities.

Department of defense (except military engineering) this agreement will not apply to purchases below the Department of defense: a) Federal Supply Classification (Federal Supply Classification) (FSC) 83 - all products of this category, except pins, needles, sewing necessary, Poles, poles and pulleys of flags;

(b) FSC 84 - all products other than sub-class 8460 (travel items);

(c) FSC 89 - all products other than sub-class 8975 (tobacco products);

(d) FSC 2310 - (buses only);

(e) the goods purchased by the Department of defense must contain special metals, i.e. steels melted in steel of the United States or their possessions, including the maximum in Allied subjects content exceeds one or more of the following limits: 1) manganese: 1.65 percent; Silicon: 0.60%; or copper: 0.06%; or contain more than 0.25% of one any of the following elements: aluminum, chromium, cobalt, columbium, molybdenum, nickel, titanium, tungsten or vanadium;

(2) metal alloys composed nickel based, ferro-nickel or cobalt containing total more than 10% others allied (except iron) metals;

(3) titanium and titanium alloys; or (4) zirconium base alloys;

(f) FSC 19 and 20 – the part of these categories which includes the buildings of the fleet, as well as the main elements of their shells or their superstructures;

(g) FSC 51;

(h) the following categories of the FSC are excluded in General, in accordance with the provisions of art. VIII, by. 1: 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 19, 20, 28, 31, 58, 59, 95.

The present Agreement shall apply, in General, purchases of listed products in the following categories of the FSC, unless the Government of the United States decides otherwise in accordance with the provisions of art. VIII, by. 1 22.

Railway equipment 23.

Motor vehicles, trailers and cycles (except buses in 2310) 24.

25 tractors.

26 vehicle parts.

Envelopes and tubes 29.

Accessories 30 engines.

32 mechanical power transmission equipment.

Machines and equipment for the woodworking 34.

The 35 metal working machines.

Equipment service and trade 36.

Special industry machinery 37.

Machinery and farm equipment 38.

Construction equipment, extraction, excavation and road maintenance 39.

40 material handling equipment.

Ropes, cables, chains and accessories 41.

Refrigeration and air conditioning 42 material.

Equipment for firefighting, rescue and safety 43.

Pumps and compressors 44.

Material of ovens, steam generators, drying, and nuclear reactors 45.

Plumbing, heating and sanitary equipment 46.

Supply 47 sewage treatment and water treatment plants.

Elements of pipes, hoses and accessories 48.

Valves 49.

Equipment maintenance and repair 52 workshops.

Measuring instruments 53.

Hardware and abrasives 54.

Elements of prefabricated construction and elements of scaffolding 55.

Timber, sawnwood, plywood and veneer wood 56.

Building materials 61.

Electric wires, material production and distribution of energy.

62 lamps and lighting accessories 63.

Alarm and signal 65 systems.

Supplies and medical, dental and veterinary equipment 66.

Instruments, material laboratory 67.

Photographic equipment 68.

Substances and chemical products 69.

Material and teaching apparatus 70.

Computer hardware, software, supplies and auxiliary material 71.

Furniture 72.

Items and devices for household and public places 73 equipment.

Equipment of kitchen and table 74.

Material bureaumatique and desktop 75 office machines.

Supplies and office devices 76.

Books, maps and other publications 77.

Musical instruments, phonographs, and 78 domestic radio receivers.

Marina and 79 Athletics equipment.

Equipment and cleaning supplies 80.

Paint brushes, paint, adhesives and products shutter 81.

Containers, materials and packing supplies 85.

Toilet articles 87.

Supplies for agriculture 88.

Live animals 91.

Fuels, lubricants, oils and waxes 93.

Metallic manufacturing 94.

Metallic raw materials 96.

Ores, minerals and their primary derivatives 99.

Various General Notes 1. Notwithstanding the foregoing, this agreement does not apply to set-asides for small and companies craft of the minorites.2. By reference to the provisions of art. 1, by. 1 (a), the transport is not included in services incidental to the supply of the goods.

The post office is included in this list of entities, it being understood that the provisions of art. IX, by. 5, al. (b), would not apply in the event where this entity would cease to be a Ministry.
Civilian purchases listed in part II of this list.
Only positions.
Civilian purchases listed in part II of this list.
Only positions.
Does not include products intended for resale or use in the production of goods for sale.
With the exception of the national company of the Danish railways. Only positions.
The Ministry of Defence civilian purchases included in part II of this list.
The Ministry of Defence civilian purchases included in the it part of this list.
Only positions.
Only positions.
Only positions.
The Ministry of Defence civilian purchases included in part II of this list.
Civilian purchases listed in part II of this list.
Only positions.
Acting as a procuring entity central to most of the other ministries or entities.
Not including purchases made by the tobacco and salt Board.
The Ministry of Defence civilian purchases included in part II of this list.
Only positions.
Civilian purchases listed in part II of this list.
Only positions.
Civilian purchases listed in part II of this list.
Only positions.

Civilian purchases listed in part II of this list.
Civilian purchases listed in part II of this list.
Civilian purchases listed in part II of this list.
Only positions.
The Ministry of Defence civilian purchases included in part II of this list.
For products, see list of civil defence and emergency preparedness materials.
For Customs officers and border guards body, see list material civil defence and civil protection.
For products, see list of civil defence and emergency preparedness materials.

State on January 1, 2001 Appendix II Publications used by parties for the publication of the notice of proposed market (Art. V, by. (4) Austria art zur Wiener Zeitung Canada Gazette the Canada Community Economic Community Belgium - Official Journal of the European communities - the Bulletin of the auction - other publications from the specialized press Denmark - Official Journal of the communities European France - Official Journal of the European communities - official newsletter of announcements of public markets Germany, Federal Republic - Official Journal of the communities European Ireland - Official Journal of the European communities - daily press : "Irish. Independent","Irish Times","Irish Press","Cork Examiner' Italy - Official Journal of the European communities Luxembourg - Official Journal of the European communities - press daily Netherlands - Official Journal of the communities European United Kingdom - Official Journal of the European Communities - The London Gazette Virallinen Lehti (Official Journal of Finland) Finland Hong Kong Hong Kong Government Gazette India Indian Trade newspaper Japan Kanpo Republic of Korea daily newspapers in English (Korea Herald or Korea Times) Nigeria Federal Government Gazette Norsk Lysningsblad (Official Journal of Norway) Norway Singapore Government Gazette

Sweden Tidning for leveranser till Staten (bilaga till Post-och Inrikes Tidningar) (Journal of public procurement [Supplement to Official Journal]) Switzerland map official Swiss trade United States Commerce Business Daily State on January 1, 2001 Appendix III Publications used by the parties for the annual publication of information on permanent lists of suppliers in the case of the selective procedures (art. V, by. (7) Austria art zur Wiener Zeitung (but no list currently) Canada Gazette of Canada Finland not to list Hong Kong Hong Kong Government Gazette India Indian Trade Journal in appropriate cases Japan Kanpo Republic of Korea daily newspapers in English (Korea Herald or Korea Times) Norway no list Singapore CSD, mainly open procedures Sweden not to list Switzerland Swiss Official Gazette of commerce United States Commerce Business Daily State on January 1, 2001 Appendix IV Publications used by the parties for publication, prompt, laws, regulations, judicial decisions, decisions relating to public procurement, administrative procedures and general application covered by the agreement (Art. VI, by. (2) Austria - Austrian Bundesgesetzblatt - art zur Wiener Zeitung - Jurisprudence - no official publication Canada - the Canada Gazette - markets - your client - the Government federal community economic community Belgium - laws, arrested Royal, arrested departmental, ministerial circulars - the Belgian case - law - Pasicrisie Denmark monitor - laws and decrees - lt - Judicial Decisions - Ugeskrift for Retsvaesen - Decisions and administrative procedures - Ministerialtidende France - Legislation - official Bulletin - case law - reports of the State Council - review of public contracts Germany , Federal Republic - Legislation and regulations - Bundesgesetzblatt - pages: Der principle law Verlag der: Bundesanzeiger Bundesanzeiger Postfach 108 006 5000 Köln 1 - Decisions judicial: Entscheidungssammlungen-cases - Bundesgerichtshofs - Bundesverwaltungsgerichts - Bundesfinanzhofs sowie der Oberlandesgerichte Ireland - Legislation and regulations - Irish Oifigiuil (Official Journal of the Irish Government) Italy - Legislation - Gazetta Ufficiale - case law - not official publication Luxembourg - Legislation - Memorial - Jurisprudence - Pasicrisie Netherlands - Legislation - Nederlandse Staatscourant or Staatsblad - case law - not official publication United Kingdom - Legislation - no legislation - law - Law Reports - contractual Clauses types Document GC /. Blinds/1 available to the Ministry of defence. Some contracts may contain special clauses: apply to the departments concerned.

Finland Suomen Asetuskokoelma - Weekend Forfattningssamling (national Finnish Law Gazette) Hong Kong Hong Kong Government Gazette India a) "Gazette of India" for purchases of the Ministry of railways; b) "Indian Trade Journal" for purchases made by the oil and natural gas Commission and the Director general of supply and the distribution.c) "Conditions of Contract" (publication sold by the Controller of Publications (, Delhi 11 0006) reproduced laws, regulations etc. applicable to the purchases of the Director-general of supply and distribution. The amendments to these texts are published in the Indian Trade Journal.

Japan Kanpo or Horeizensho Republic of Korea Kwanpo (Official Journal) Nigeria Federal Government Gazette Norway Norsk Lovtidend (Official Bulletin of the Norwegian laws) Singapore laws, regulations and court decisions - Government Gazette Administrative Decisions - Ministry of Finance Circulars and Instruction Manual No. 3 Sweden 1. Svensk forfattningssamling, SFS (national Swedish law Bulletin) 2. Riksrevisionsverkets tillampningsanvisningar till upphandlingskungorelsen) (Instructions attached to the Royal Government procurement orders, published by the Inspectorate of Finance) Switzerland collection of federal laws (RO) judgments of the federal court Swiss Jurisprudence of the administrative authorities of the Confederation United States laws, regulations, judicial decisions, administrative decisions and procedures relating to procurement covered by this agreement are all codified in Defense Acquisitions Regulation (DAR) and in the Federal Procurement Regulations (RPF) which are an integral part of the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). The DAR is the title 32 of CFR and the RPF in Chapter 1 of title 41 (CFR). These books are on sale at the Government Printing Office. They also appear in the form of loose-leaf, to which you can subscribe through the Office. Subscribers receive changes to these texts as they become available.
Interested parties can purchase the following original documents: Documents title of the publication of the laws of the United States U.S. Statutes at Large Decisions:-supreme Court of the United States U. S. Reports - Federal Reporter appellate courts - 2nd Series - courts of first instance Federal Supplement Reporter - courts of appeals against the Federal Court of Claims Reports Decisions:-Board of appeals for procurement not an official Publication of the trade Clearing House Decisions : - General inspection of the accounts of the United States decisions that do not subject an official publication of General Inspection of the accounts of the United States are published unofficially by Federal Publications, Inc..

State on January 1, 2001

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