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en:soutezni_rizeni [2019/09/30 10:50]
Tomáš Ducháček [How to improve this rating]
en:soutezni_rizeni [2019/09/30 10:53] (aktuální)
Tomáš Ducháček [Who may be discriminated by this indicator?]
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-Czech contracting authorities tend to use NPwP more often than is usual in Europe. There are, however, ​a number of situations in which this procedure is justifiable:​+Czech contracting authorities tend to use NPwP more often than is usual in Europe. There are, however, ​numerous ​situations in which this procedure is justifiable:​
  
   * when no suitable tenders were submitted in a previous (open) procedure for the same good or service;   * when no suitable tenders were submitted in a previous (open) procedure for the same good or service;
   * when the good or service may only be provided by a specific provider, for technical or artistic reasons;   * when the good or service may only be provided by a specific provider, for technical or artistic reasons;
-  * when it is necessary to award the public contract as quickly as possible, for reasons of extreme urgency+  * when it is necessary to award the public contract as quickly as possible, for reasons of extreme urgency.
-  * for additional goods, services or work by a provider with whom a contract has already been concluded (under specific conditions)+
  
-In other words, NPwP is a solution reserved only for non-standard,​ exceptional circumstances. As such it should not be used to award more than 5% of contracts in the long-term, and it should be used in isolated cases rather than repeatedly or systematically. When NPwP is overused, this is commonly the result of some kind of misconduct on the part of the contracting authority - poorly described subject matter, insufficient analysis or vendor lock-in. We then discriminate the authority (or more precisely its present management) if this kind of misconduct was already happening during the previous management. Inevitably, it is to be expected that occasionally unforeseeable circumstances will force a contracting authority to use NPwP (e.g. if needing ​to repair flood damage to three bridges at once, as quickly as possible) causing its competitive contracting indicator to suggest malpractice where there in fact was none.+In other words, NPwP is a solution reserved only for non-standard,​ exceptional circumstances. As such it should not be used to award more than 5% of contracts in the long-term, and it should be used in isolated cases rather than repeatedly or systematically. When NPwP is overused, this is commonly the result of some kind of misconduct on the part of the contracting authority - poorly described subject matter, insufficient analysis or vendor lock-in. We then discriminate the authority (or more precisely its present management) if this kind of misconduct was already happening during the previous management. Inevitably, it is to be expected that occasionally unforeseeable circumstances will force a contracting authority to use NPwP (e.g. in case of need to repair flood damage to three bridges at once, as quickly as possible) causing its competitive contracting indicator to suggest malpractice where there in fact was none.
  
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  • en/soutezni_rizeni.txt
  • Poslední úprava: 2019/09/30 10:53
  • autor: Tomáš Ducháček