Public procurement contract of the Wielkopolska Museum of Independence with a total value of over PLN 15 million with a positive result of the Marshal’s Office audit

Public procurement contract of the Wielkopolska Museum of Independence with a total value of over PLN 15 million with a positive result of the Marshal’s Office audit

On 26 August 2019, the Wielkopolska Museum of Independence received information from the Managing Authority of the Wielkopolska Regional Operational Programme for 2014-2020 about the completed analysis of documentation concerning the award of public contracts under project no. RPWP.04.04.01-30-0042/16 “Renovation and adaptation of Fort VII in Poznań for the preservation of cultural heritage”. 

As a result of the analysis of the tender documentation, no irregularities in the procurement procedure were found with regard to:

  • “Renovation and adaptation of Fort VII in Poznań for the preservation of cultural heritage” – Part I àcontract awarded in accordance with the PPL Act in an open tendering procedure,
  • Acting as an investor supervision inspector over the implementation of the investment project under the name: Renovation and adaptation of Fort VII in Poznań for the preservation of cultural heritage – Part I of the àcontract awarded in accordance with the PPL Act in an open tendering procedure.

Comprehensive legal services for public procurement contract – project no. RPWP.04.04.04.01-30-0042/16 “Renovation and adaptation of Fort VII in Poznań for the preservation of cultural heritage” were provided by lawyers from the Public Procurement Law Department of our Law Firm.

In the open tendering procedure aimed at awarding the contract the correctness of application of the Public Procurement Law principles was confirmed, and in particular it was established that:

  • The Contracting Authority applied the correct procurement procedure,
  • The Contracting Authority placed the contract notice at its registered office, published the contract notice on the website and portal in the Public Procurement Bulletin, and documented the date of publication of the notice,
  • the contract notice published in the Public Procurement Bulletin contains a description of the conditions for participation in the procedure and a description of the manner in which the fulfilment of these conditions is assessed,
  • the contract notice states the relevant deadline for the receipt of tenders,
  • the ToR were placed on the Contracting Authority’s website from the date of publication of the contract notice,
  • the economic operators who submitted questions concerning the ToR received answers to them, the explanations given to the economic operators in response to their questions did not result in a modification of the contract notice,
  • the provisions of the ToR concerning the subject matter of the contract, conditions of participation in the procedure and criteria for evaluating tenders are consistent with the contract notice, a tender evaluation committee was appointed, a manager of the contracting authority and all participants in the procedure signed declarations of impartiality,
  • the tenders in the tendering procedure were received within the time limit specified in the contract notice, the criteria for tenders evaluation were established,
  • the selected economic operator who entered the procedure met the tender validity requirements, was qualified for further evaluation and submitted the required statements and documents,
  • the Contracting Authority informed about the outcome of the procedure and about the selection of the most advantageous tender, there were no reasons to invalidate the procedure,
  • the minutes of the public procurement procedure with its attachments documents the evaluation and selection of the tender.

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