Tími: Mánud. 12. og þriðjud. 13. september 2016, kl. 13-16.
Kennari: Krist Wauters, lögmaður, prófessor og sérfræðingur í opinberum innkaupum.
Staðsetning: Lögbergi, fundarherbergi á 4. hæð nr. 402.
Skráning - Námskeið haldið í samvinnu við Ríkiskaup
Kris Wauters starfar sem lögmaður og er prófessor við Université Catholique de Louvain. Hann hefur sérhæft sig í samningum við opinbera aðila og löggjöf þar að lútandi. Hér má sjá nánari upplýsingar um námsferil og störf.
The Directives on public procurement contain a rather detailed legislation that, as the European institutions adopt new generations of Directives, leads to a constantly diminishing margin for maneuver for Member States when going through the process of transposition. Directive 2014/24/EU aims at simplification’ and flexibility of the rules to improve value for money. The Directive aims also to enable public contracts to be better used to support other EU policies. The presentation wants to demonstrate if these aims have been achieved in the texts. To that extend, an overview will be given of the most important modifications in legislation.
1. Historic Framework, objectives and principles
- EU treaties as the framework for Directive 2014/24/EU
- Objectives of Directive 2014/24/EU : simplification, flexibility, codification, sustainable procurement, access SME
- Principles of equality, transparency, and proportionnality
2. Scope and coverage
- Definition public contract and contracting authority
- Exclusions: judicial services, loans, financial services,...
- In House Procurement
- Cooperation between public authorities
- Mixed contracts
3. Qualification : Exclusion and qualitative selection
- difference selection and award criteria
- exclusion grounds
- European single procurement document
- Self cleaning
4. Award procedures
- General review
- Competitive procedure with Negociation
- Competitive dialogue
- Innovation partnership
- Negociated procedure with a notice
- Dynamic Purchasing Systems
5. Promotion of Small and Medium Sized Enterprises
- Division in lots
- Payment subcontractors
6. Sustainable public procurement - horizontal policies
- Qualification criteria
- Award criteria
- Reserved contracts
- Technical specifications
7. Award criteria
- Most economically advantageous tender
- Life Cycle Costing
8. Abormally low tenders
- System: what procedure a contracting authority has to follow, if she wants to exclude an offer that contains abnormally low prices?
9. Contract changes
- Art. 72 Directive 2014/24/EU: to what extend a contracting authority has to organise a new award procedure, when she changes an existing contract?