You can also ask the Framework owner when they last performed a financial audit of the provider. Ask them to run another one if necessary. In the event of a contract dispute during the standstill period, the contract can only be concluded when a decision of the Tribunal has been taken. When establishing a framework agreement, the contracting authority should include in the contract documents as many conditions as possible applicable to on-demand contracts, so that suppliers are aware of their risks with regard to the conditions of appeal. However, if it is not possible to set the conditions applicable to an appeal, these conditions may be set at the time of consultation through the use of a mini-competition. For more information about the requirements for organizing a mini-contest, see our reference to using Frameworks in the Document Toolkit tab above. The Framework will tell if you can choose a preferred provider or if you need to run a mini-contest. The procedure used to set up a framework will be one of the standard methods, for example. B open, restricted, etc.
At the end of the process, there will be no contract, but a structure with a single supplier or a number of suppliers. The 2015 RCPs provide for a total limitation period of 30 days during which procurement actions must be brought (Regulation 92). That period runs from the date on which the losing tenderer knew or known that there had been a breach of the rules. You can only add the things you have agreed to as part of the buying process. Yes. The establishment of a framework agreement is subject to the standard rules applicable to procurement decisions. However, it shall not be mandatory to publish a contract notice in the Official Journal of the European Union for a call contract under a framework. . . .