Latvia, Legislation, Transport

International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Tuesday, 22.09.2020, 05:59

Procurement watchdog bans agreements in seven parts of procurement on regional public transport services in Latvia

BC, Riga, 16.09.2020.Print version
The Procurement Supervision Bureau has reviewed the complaints on the procurement on regional public transport services and has banned signing of agreements in seven parts of the procurement, LETA learned from the bureau.

The procurement watchdog reported that reviewing applications from eight transportation service companies on the open tender organized by the Road Transport Directorate, the procurement found many of the objections on alleged violations in the procurement procedures grounded.


In seven parts of the procurement signing of the agreement has been banned, in one part the tender should be closed without results, and repeated tenders should be organized in all these cases. In three parts, the procurement watchdog upheld the decision to close the tender without results.


The Road Transport Directorate selected winners in 12 parts of the tender out of 16. Candidates filed 11 complaints about the tender results. 


There were no complaints about five parts of the tender, and agreements have been signed with the winners.






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