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COMPETITIVE DIALOGUE PROCEDURE – USEFUL TOOL FOR AWARDING COMPLEX PROJECTS (RIGA)

26.11.2009  |  Arhīvā

Since the in the Competitive Dialogue procedure principles of equal treatment and free and undistorted competition must be balanced in line with sufficient flexibility, the Competitive Dialogue is quite complicated procedure. In order to use it properly, getting the best value for money, it is advisable to have practical and detailed knowledge about all aspects of mentioned procedure. SOPHIA CONFERENCES is therefore pleased to invite you to participate in the seminar „Competitive Dialogue procedure – useful tool for awarding complex projects”.

Contracting authorities, when awarding complex public procurement or public – private partnership projects, often face a serious dilemmas related to the content of their procurement documentation. Tendering practices all around EU has showed quite clearly that in order to get the best value for money in such transactions there should be a possibility for negotiating the essential aspects of the intended contract in the projects procurement phase. However, such negotiations according to EU Procurement law are not allowed in the open and restricted procedure, but negotiated procedure is applicable only in very strictly limited circumstances. Therefore the most suitable solution for awarding major infrastructure and service contracts is the competitive dialogue procedure.


Since the in the Competitive Dialogue procedure principles of equal treatment and free and undistorted competition must be balanced in line with sufficient flexibility, the Competitive Dialogue is quite complicated procedure. In order to use it properly, getting the best value for money, it is advisable to have practical and detailed knowledge about all aspects of mentioned procedure. SOPHIA CONFERENCES is therefore pleased to invite you to participate in the seminar „Competitive Dialogue procedure – useful tool for awarding complex projects”.


The following issues shall be examined during the seminar:

 

  • Conditions for using a Competitive Dialogue;
  • Documentation of Competitive Dialogue;
  • Elaboration of the minimum qualification and technical requirements;
  • Qualification and shortlisting of tenderers;
  • Tools for conducting a Dialogue phase appropriately;
  • Methodology for the reducing the number of proposed solutions;
  • Elaboration and submission of final tenders;
  • Most common mistakes in conducting Competitive Dialogue and tools to avoid them;
  • Examples of foreign praxis.


GENERAL INFORMATION


When and where


26 November 2009
10.00 – 17.00
Reval Hotel Ridzene
Reimersa street 1
Riga, Latvia

Lecturer


Seminar will be led by attorney-at-law Mr. Martin Oder (Austria), Partner of Law Firm „Haslinger, Nagele & Partner”. Martin has obtained a huge experience in public procurement and PPP transactions. During his professional career he has provided advice to both public and private entities in elaborating tender documentation, including the competitive dialogue documentation packages, conducting the procurement process and representing the interests of the bidders.

Language


The seminar will be conducted in English.

Target Group


Since the Competitive Dialogue procedure is used most commonly in Public Private Partnership projects, the target audience of the seminar is the representatives of public partners, potential private partners and investors, lenders and consulting companies. Seminar will also be useful for those involved in public procurement matters.

Fee

The participation fee is € 170 and includes documentation, 1 lunch, 2 coffee breaks and refreshments.

If more than one participant applies from one organization, you can get a DISCOUNT of participation fee. In that case, please contact Ms Inese Uskure, Project Manager, Tel.: +371 6733 4183; fax: +371 6733 4184; e-mail: inese.uskure@ic-sophia.lv
 
Registration


Kindly complete the registration form and return it before the closing date – 13 November - to Ms Inese Uskure, Project Manager, SOPHIA CONFERENCES, Latvia. Tel.: +371 6733 4183; fax: +371 6733 4184;
e-mail: ic-sophia@ic-sophia.lv .


After receipt of the completed registration form the confirmation of registration will be forwarded to participants.

For your accommodation the block booking has been made in Reval Hotel Ridzene for 60 EUR per room. Should you want to use this possibility, please contact Ms Inese Uskure, the Project Manager Tel: +371 6733 4183; e-mail: inese.uskure@ic-sophia.lv .

If you can’t make it on the day, please feel free to pass the invitation on to a colleague or anybody else, who might be interested in this event.