The Department recalled the main points to be taken into account when carrying out public procurement in compliance with the Order N 126n:
January 16, 2019 in order to exchange experience in the field of regulation of public procurement in the state Committee of the Republic of Tatarstan on procurement held a meeting with The head of the Agency for regulation of the contract system in the field of procurement of the Astrakhan region D. M. Izmailova.
The Department proposed to make a number of changes to the Decree N 1085 for the procurement of complex construction works with an initial maximum contract price of more than 100 million rubles.
In particular, according to the changes made in part 7 of Art. 96 of the Law N 44-FZ, during the execution of the contract the counterparty has the right to change the method of ensuring the execution of the contract and (or) to provide new security in a reduced amount. Thus, a reduction in the amount of security is no longer a condition for changing the way the contract is secured.
From July 1 will start to operate a new requirement to the form of contract that will apply if in accordance with part 1 of article 96 of the Law N 44-FZ the contract stipulates the enforcement of the contract.
In the preparation of the auction documentation, the state calculated the price including VAT. The only participant was a contractor who used a simplified tax system, so the contracts indicated the prices offered by the participant, without tax.
The government has postponed the start of checking the consistency of the information and documents that the employer sends for inclusion in the register of contracts. Until January 1, 2020 will not verify the conformity to each other and the terms of the accepted budgetary obligations of information:
The Commission rejected the bid of the bidder, as for a number of indicators, he indicated in it the range values that do not correspond to the documentation:
The participant of the request for quotations complained to the customer, considering that the description of the purchase object was biased. The Supervisory authority additionally conducted an unscheduled inspection.
New bidders and those who have three months left on the site before the end of accreditation should register in the UIS. Otherwise, they will not be able to apply. From January 1, 2020, registration in the UIS will be mandatory for all.