An order by the Transport Ministry and the National Public Acquisitions Agency (ANAP), which contains norms for speeding up procedures for assigning public acquisition contracts implemented by the National Infrastructure Management Company (CNAIR), was published on Thursday in the Official Gazette, according to profit.ro. The Ministry says the time it took from starting public acquisition procedures to the designation of the winning offer was until now over a year, and that the new order aims to shorten this timeframe to 2-4 months, depending on the complexity of the documents involved. According to the Ministry, the order stipulates that the period allocated for the development of assignation documents, as well as for the offer evaluation process, will be cut down. “The measure aims to increase the EU funds absorption rate in the road infrastructure sector at the national level and to accelerate administrative procedure inside the CNAIR,” the Ministry states.
- Transport Ministry told to start building three expressway sections in August
- Transport ministry scraps bulk data sharing policy
- Transport Ministry to start seven projects in H2
- China 'Taking Control' Over Infrastructure Centers of Asian Economy
- Thai transport ministry instructs all transports to disinfect vehicles to accommodate holiday rush
- Transport ministry considers reopening of international flight routes
- Russia to continue cutting rates amid virus-boosted economic contraction: Reuters poll
- FG to pay unemployed youths N20,000 to maintain public infrastructure
- Time to unlock public libraries
- Cavalry Mobile Police Corps introduced for the first time to the public
Transport Ministry to cut the time it takes to assign public infrastructure contracts have 248 words, post on business-review.eu at August 23, 2018. This is cached page on Talk Vietnam. If you want remove this page, please contact us.