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Department of Public Works Southern Europe

Upgrading / Repair Of The Monastery Bridge On The Nicosia-Limassol Motorway, Tender: ......

  • 1 Million
  • 21 Sep 2018
  • Cyprus
  • 15197347
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KEMENTERIAN PEKERJAAN UMUM DAN PERUMAHAN ...... South-Eastern Asia

Tenders Are Invited For Development Of Spam Desa Kidal Kec. Overlapping Kab. Malang ( ......

  • 1 Million
  • 03 Jul 2018
  • Indonesia
  • 15197899
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KEMENTERIAN HUKUM DAN HAK ASASI MANUSIA RI South-Eastern Asia

Tenders Are Invited For Construction Of Upt Pemasyarakatan In Order To Handle Over Ca ......

  • 1 Million
  • 04 Jul 2018
  • Indonesia
  • 15198919
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ADN / ALEM - AGENCE DE LOGEMENTS ET D'EQU...... Northern Africa

Tenders Are Invited For Construction Of 126 Houses 9 ° Tranche "Amandiers" In Marrake ......

  • 5 Million
  • 18 Jul 2018
  • Morocco
  • 15204291
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M8 / MIDAT - MINISTÈRE DE L'INTERIEUR - D...... Northern Africa

Tenders Are Invited For Purchase Of Computer Equipment.

  • 2 Million
  • 03 Aug 2018
  • Morocco
  • 15204261
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MEMEE / ONEEBE - OFFICE NATIONAL DE L'ELE...... Northern Africa

Tenders Are Invited For Drinking Water Supply In The Cities Of Fez And Meknes From Id ......

  • 4 Million
  • 25 Jul 2018
  • Morocco
  • 15204268
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DGAPR / DRAPRTTA - DIRECTION RÉGIONALE AU...... Northern Africa

Tenders Are Invited For Development Work And Rehabilitation Of The Tangier Local Pris ......

  • 1 Million
  • 19 Jul 2018
  • Morocco
  • 15204274
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MHUAE / SAOR - SOCIÉTÉ D'AMÉNAGEMENT AL O...... Northern Africa

Tenders Are Invited For Road And Sanitation Work Of The Zaitoune Operation 1 Trench D ......

  • 2 Million
  • 17 Jul 2018
  • Morocco
  • 15204337
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RSMD / CUBD - COMMUNE URBAINE DE BOUMALNE...... Northern Africa

Tenders Are Invited For Urban Upgrading Works Of The City Of Boumalne Dades City Buil ......

  • 2 Million
  • 19 Jul 2018
  • Morocco
  • 15204284
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PROVINCIAL ELECTRICITY AUTHORITY South-Eastern Asia

Tenders Are Invited For Tender For Portland Cement Type 3 (Powder Type) No. Pea-Tp (? ......

  • 2 Million
  • 20 Jul 2018
  • Thailand
  • 15205070
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International Projects

Energy and Power

Samra Electric Power Generating Company Jordan

Samra Power Generating Station in Jordan

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Energy and Power

Cairo Electricity Production Company Egypt

Power Generation Station in Egypt

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Financial Services

Government of the Republic of Djibouti Djibouti

Social Housing and Tadjoura Port Project

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Health and Medical

Ministry of Public Health and Population Yemen

Al-Guida Central Hospital Project in the Republic of Yemen

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Contract Award

Various Credits | Presidency of the Latvia

Workshop - Change Management

Plz Refer Document 23-06-2018
Ministry of Public Health | General Latvia

Medicines

26 Million 23-06-2018
State Health Services Administratio Latvia

FOR REGULARIZATION MONTHLY MAINTENANCE CONTRACT OF SNS VERTICAL MONTACARGA

7 Million 23-06-2018
Ministry of Economy and Finance | G Latvia

INSTAL CAMARAS IN CASSINONI

Plz Refer Document 23-06-2018
Ministry of Public Health | General Latvia

Medicines

8 Million 23-06-2018
Ministry of Public Health | General Latvia

PURFINIDONE PURCHASE OF MEDICINE

12 Million 23-06-2018

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Procurement News

Liberals set hiring, procurement rules for federally-funded projects

OTTAWA — Cities, provinces and territories building new roads, bridges, water and transit systems funded with federal dollars will have to let Indigenous Peoples, veterans and recent immigrants have a hand in those projects under new rules being unveiled today. The idea of so-called community benefits will be a mandatory requirement for major infrastructure projects the federal government will help pay for through its $33-billion spending envelope. Provinces and territories will have some leeway to decide what projects are to be subject to the rules. Those projects that are will have to explain publicly how far they have come in meeting the government’s goals. Under the new guidelines, provinces, territories and cities would have to hire apprentices, Indigenous Peoples, recent immigrants, veterans, young people, people with disabilities and women, or procure goods and services from local small- and medium-sized businesses or social enterprises. Infrastructure Minister Amarjeet Sohi said cities and provinces will early on in a project have to consider the opportunities for training, employment and contracts aimed at groups that have a more difficult time in the economy. “Unfortunately, not every Canadian has the opportunity to participate in the economy,” Sohi said. “We want this type of thinking (community benefits) to become routine for us and our partners to help incent employment for these groups and achieve better results and outcomes for all Canadians.” Sohi made the announcement in Toronto alongside the MP who first brought the idea to him two years ago — Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen. Hussen’s private member’s bill introduced in 2016 called for a wider definition of community benefits from federal projects. It included training opportunities, new housing and green space as well as jobs, among the options. Hussen had to pull his backing from the bill when he was appointed to cabinet, but said “the spirit and the goal of that bill, my bill, is now embedded” in the policy the Liberals adopted. Community benefit agreements have been used for years in the United States and were applied to the construction of the athletes’ village for the Vancouver Olympics. The agreements require projects to hire locally or create jobs for groups facing high unemployment rates, such as young people and Aboriginals. The deal Liberia

Disclosure Of Winning Bids In Irish Public Procurement Challenges

On 28 March 2018, the Irish Court of Appeal gave judgment on an appeal against the High Courts refusal to order discovery of parts of a successful tender in a public procurement process (Word Perfect Translation Services Limited v The Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform (No.2))1. The case reflects two significant difficulties in public procurement disputes: Balancing the competing interests of the disclosure of probative material, with the preservation of the confidentiality of highly sensitive documents; and Bringing forward a partys case in pleadings as effectively as possible in the limited time normally available, and the implications of this for discovery. Background The proceedings concerned a challenge to the award by the Minister of Public Expenditure and Reform (the "Minister") of a contract for the supply of translation services to a number of State bodies. In October 2015, the Office of Government Procurement (the "OGP") had sought tenders for the provision of interpretation services. Three suppliers, including Word Perfect Translation Services Limited ("Word Perfect") (the appellant), having previously been appointed to the relevant framework, participated in a mini-tender for a particular lot. Word Perfects tender was unsuccessful and it indicated that it intended to challenge the award. This prompted the OGP to review the tender process and to conclude that the process was flawed. Accordingly, it cancelled the mini-tender process. In December 2016, the OGP issued a new mini-tender. In April 2017, Word Perfect was notified that it was not the preferred tenderer. Word Perfect issued proceedings in May 2017 challenging this decision and sought discovery of, amongst other things, the preferred tender. On 16 March 2018, the High Court refused to order discovery of this material on the basis that it was irrelevant. On appeal, Word Perfect confined the discovery it sought to three sections of the preferred tender (the service delivery plan; the quality assurance plan; and details of telephone resourcing). Ireland

Romanian Govt. makes it harder to challenge public tender results

The Romanian Government adopted on Thursday, May 24, an emergency ordinance that changes the public acquisition laws and makes it simpler for public authorities to assign contracts. The bidders who challenge the results of a public tender must pay a security of 2% of the contract’s estimated value, which they will only recover if it’s proven they had a good reason to dispute the procedure. Through this measure, the Government aims to discourage the “professional disputers” that have blocked public procurement procedures leading to delays in big investment projects in the past, local News.ro reported. Prime minister Viorica Dancila made another error when presenting this emergency ordinance. She said the measure would reduce democracy when she actually meant bureaucracy. “We can briefly say that we reduce democracy… reduce bureaucracy, reduce the deadlines,” Dancila said, adding that many Romanians have been waiting for this measure. As finance minister Eugen Teodorovici explained on Wednesday, the public purchases made by public authorities will only be checked by the Court of Auditors from now on. The National Authority for Public Acquisitions – ANAP will lose its role in verifying the contracts awarded by public institutions. Romania

Employment Alert: Law 9/2017 On Public Sector Contracts

This Law, of an administrative scope and whose entry into force is scheduled for March 9th of this year, introduces important new social and employment issues On 9 November 2017, the Official State Gazette published Law 9/2017, of 8 November, on Public Sector Contracts, transposing the European Parliament and Council Directives 2014/23/EU and 2014/24/EU of 26 February 2014 (hereinafter referred to as "LCSP"). This Law, of an administrative scope and whose entry into force is scheduled for March 9th of this year, introduces important new social and employment issues which, in a succinct manner, are set out below. 1. - Objectives of the LCSP The LCSP aims to introduce greater efficiency in public procurement in Spain, redesigning the award criteria and including qualitative, environmental and social aspects related to the subject matter of the contract. Spain

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