Indicators of 2014 Public Procurement, Tender Procedures, Clients and Competitiveness at Elbasan Municipality

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Open Data Albania is investigating on indicators of the public procurement process in those municipalities where mayors have been reelected for another term during Local Government Elections of 21 June 2015. Mr Qazim Sejdini, Major of Elbasan Municipality, was re-elected for a third term. The research was focused on public procurements announced in the twelve months of 2014.

The indicators provide information on the number of procurement procedures, the structure by type of procedure, the tendered amounts and their distribution by customers. The analysis is especially focused on competitiveness procedures according to tenders categorized in four levels: with one operator due to lack of competitiveness, with two to three operators, with four to ten operators or more than ten operators (high competitiveness).



Source: PPA Bulletin
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Source: PPA Bulletin
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The amount for announced and finalized procurements with contract endorsement 2014, Elbasan Municipality


Source: PPA Bulletin
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Source: PPA Bulletin
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Source: PPA Bulletin
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Amounts procured by Categories of Expenditures , Goods. Services and Public Works, Elbasan Municipality 2014.



Source: PPA Bulletin
Analysis and Comments: ODA

Competitiveness in Public Procurement, Elbasan Municipality 2014




Source: PPA Bulletin
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Source: PPA Bulletin
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Source: PPA Bulletin
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Source: PPA Bulletin
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Order of Operators by Procured Value , Elbasan Municipality 2014




Source: PPA Bulletin
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Source: PPA Bulletin
Analysis and Comments: ODA


Definitions: Law on Public Procurement specifies some procedures concerning the implementation of contracts that have as an object: Work, Services, or Purchasing of goods with public funds:

Open procedures are procedures where any interested economic operator may submit a bid.

Limited procedures are procedures whereby only economic operators selected by Contracting Authority are entitled to submit a bid. Restricted procedures are applied for cases where certain technical, professional or financial capacities are necessary for goods, services, or public works. The law also provides for that the contracting authority may also select an operator that it considers as the most economically efficient.

Request for Proposal are procedures when the contracting authority requires bids from a limited number of economic operators it has selected, but accepts even offers presented by other economic interested operators;

The procedures for Consulting Services are of an intellectual and advisory nature and don?t include other types of services where the physical aspects of the activity predominate;

Procedures with Design Competition are all those procedures during which a jury set up for the competition process by the Contracting Authority selects a study, or a project that entirely have an aesthetic nature mainly in the field of urban, rural, architectural planning etc.

The law provides for Procedures with Negotiations in all cases when the above procedures result unsuccessful, bidders become invalid, or don?t meet the requirements of the national legal provisions. This is also true for emergency cases, cases when the copyright must not be infringed, or when goods are quoted on the stock exchange. In the case of the negotiated procedure the contracting authority selects personally the economic operator and establishes the terms of the contract.

 Negotiated procedures are also applied in case of additions to contracts, supplement work or services, which were not included in the initial contract, but due to unforeseen circumstances have become necessary. Supplements to the contract are also applied when additional constructions, or services cannot be separated from the original contract without causing major technical and economic difficulties to the Contracting Authority provided that the additional value does not exceed 20% of the value of the initial contract.




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    Contributer: Eva Meqemeja
    Translated by: ODA
    Edited by: ODA