Analysis contains a summary of the most common mistakes under the Public Procurement Act concerning Rural Development Programme 2014-2020

  The State Fund Agriculture – Paying Agency carried out analysis summarizing the most common mistakes under the Public Procurement Act made by the assigning authorities in the course of preparation and conducting the tenders which are financed by the Rural Development Programme (RDP) 2014-2020. The purpose of the analysis is to give additional information to the candidates so that they can improve the quality of the tenders convened by them concerning future calls for application under the RDP.

  Among the most common mistakes made by the candidates-assigning authorities are discrepancies between circumstances set out in the tender announcement and the guidelines for the participants; mistakes related to the drawing up of the technical specification or determining the estimate value of the tender; failing to meet deadlines in the Public Procurement Act, etc.

  Regardless of the analysis carried out in view of facilitating the assigning authorities, an obligation remains for them to conform to the published Guidelines concerning preliminary checks and ex-post control in connection to the conducting of public tenders under projects financed by the State Find Agriculture under the RDP 2014-2020.

  The analysis of the most common mistakes under the Public Procurement Act concerning the projects under the Rural Development Programme 2014-2020 is published on the webpage of State Fund Agriculture.

 

      21 February 2018                                       State Fund Agriculture-PA

 

 

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