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DRAFTING PROCUREMENT DOCUMENTATION - A PRACTICAL GUIDE (TALLINN)

16.02.2010  |  Arhīvā

In order to obtain advice in drafting of procurement documentation and to get introduced with EU Treaty Principles, EU Procurement Directives and their interpretation, SOPHIA CONFERENCES is pleased to invite you to participate in interactive one day seminar “Drafting Procurement documentation – a practical guide”.

In order to follow the Principles of EC Treaty, EU Procurement Directives as well as national normative provisions, contracting authorities must draft relevant procurement documentation when conducting the procurement procedure. It is the procurement documentation which, alongside with normative provisions, determines the possibilities of particular tenderer or tenderers to win the procurement and conclude a procurement contract. Imprecise and unconsidered tender requirements are increasing the risk of complaints from tenderers and can therefore easily lead to necessity to amend the documentation, thus staying behind the time schedule, or, even worse, to terminate the procurement.  On the other hand, precise and in – depth documentation is a great step towards successful completion of tender procedure and diminishes risk of potential review proceedings.


Since the purpose of the procurement procedure is to award and conclude a procurement contract, relationship between tender documents and procurement contract, as well as drafting and management of framework agreements should also be considered.


Taking in account current public financial constraints, successful implementation of procurement procedure becomes much more important.

In order to obtain advice in drafting of procurement documentation and to get introduced with EU Treaty Principles, EU Procurement Directives and their interpretation, SOPHIA CONFERENCES is pleased to invite you to participate in interactive one day seminar “Drafting Procurement documentation – a practical guide”.

Seminar, in the light of EU Law and praxis of European Court of Justice, will mainly focus on following issues:

 

  • EU normative provisions regarding procurement documentation and duties of contracting authorities;
  • Drafting the selection and qualification requirements;
  • Drafting the technical specifications and tender evaluation criteria;
  • Choosing the appropriate contractual model – traditional contract or framework agreement?;
  • Managing the framework agreement;
  • Procurement procedures below the thresholds of EU Procurement Directives and extent of relevant obligations of contracting authorities.

 

When and where

   
16 February 2010
10.00 – 16.00
Reval Hotel Olümpia
Liivalaia 33, 10118 Tallinn, Estonia

 

Lecturer

 

The seminar will be led by Eriks Mezalis, partner of the Public and Private Law Consulting Law Office. Eriks is one of the Latvian leading specialists in the field of Public Procurement and Public Private Partnerships. He has obtained great experience in consulting both public and private sector clients in different practical Public Procurement issues. Eriks has participated in process of transposing the Directive 2004/18/EC into Latvian Public Procurement Law. He is also a leader of many well attended Public Procurement seminars and courses and has written and co – written a number of publications on different Public Procurement and Public Private Partnership matters. 

 

Language

The seminar will be conducted in English.

Target Group

This seminar should be of particular interest of representatives of state institutions, municipalities and other public organizations, as well as entrepreneurs, willing to take part in PPP projects, attorneys, consultants, legal and financial advisors.

 

The Programme can be downloaded here -programme


Fee

The participation fee is € 145 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 2672 2073, +371 6733 4183; fax: +371 6733 4184; e-mail: inese.uskure@ic-sophia.lv

Prior payment is a condition for participation. Please indicate the method of payment on the registration form. For cancellations received after the closing date (12 February) we will have to charge an administration fee of € 50 unless a replacement participant is found.

Registration

Kindly complete the registration form and return it before the closing date – 12 February - to Ms Inese Uskure, Project Manager, SOPHIA CONFERENCES, Latvia. Tel.: +371 2672 2073, +371 6733 4183; fax: +371 6733 4184;
e-mail: inese.uskure@ic-sophia.lv.


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