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Sanctions against the Russians must also be enforced in public procurement procedures - the EU regulation has been in force since the beginning of April, yet the participants in the tenders are barely aware of it, here are the details.
Although Hungarian public procurements are going through the Electronic Public Procurement System (EKR) from April 2018, some paper-based declarations to be signed and submitted in public procurement procedures remained. We'd like to help you with some of the day-to-day issues regarding legal signatures and electronic signatures with a summary below.
In everyday practice, there are many problems of completion and interpretation of some of the points in Part III of the ESPD form. The controversial issues primarily concern the filling in of the sections of the ESPD relating to the grounds for exclusion in accordance with the stipulations of Article 62 (1) (c) of the PPA. Everyday practice in this area is extremely hectic, with practically there are as many contracting authorities as there are expectations, and this creates legal uncertainty for tenderers (and contracting authorities) in relation to the completion of these points of the ESPD. In the following we present our professional position on these issues, hoping that sooner or later we will be able to achieve a (more) unified jurisprudence on this issue as well.
Public procurement issues also frequently arise in the performance of contracts concluded as a result of public procurement procedures, one of the most common of which is the extent to which it is lawful for the successful tenderer in a public procurement procedure to involve as a subcontractor in the performance of the contract a company (economic operator) which has also participated as a tenderer in the public procurement procedure.
In the light of the public health situation caused by the coronavirus, below we intend to outline when, under the rules of the Hungarian law, it is generally possible to exclude liability for damages arising out of breach of the contract by virtue of “force majeure circumstances”
Things are not always as we think they are: this is public procurement!
Summary of the Hungarian regulations on public procurement concerning the involvement of subcontractors
This draft regulation foresees several considerable changes in the field of public procurement regulations
Values in both HUF and EUR will change
With the version switch of 17.10.2019 in the EKR system, new forms integrated into the system will be presented
This issue is a constant problem in Hungarian public procurement, we try to help with its correct interpretation