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In the case of direct award (national), the contracting authority (contracting authority) invites selected undertakings to submit a tender. This also applies to the negotiated procedure (EU-wide). This must be carried out if the order volume exceeds the threshold. The requested companies offer a service corresponding to the invitation to tender, are known to the contracting authority in advance, and are regularly associated with it. Note: Competition is very limited. The usual formal requirements do not have to be observed here. In order to explore the group of applicants, the awarding body can hold a public participation competition in advance. The negotiated procedure (EU-wide) requires the organisation of the participation competition. Through the participation competition, the planned award of the contract will be publicly announced. All interested companies can submit applications for participation. The awarding body selects the applications and specifically invites you to submit a bid. In doing so, it observes general procurement principles. The public participation competition will be advertised in special tender media. Note: Tenders issued by the Land are published on the procurement marketplace; IN any case, EU tenders are published in the EU Official Journal.

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Preconditions
Direct award is only permitted in a few exceptional cases regulated by law. The same applies to the EU-wide negotiated procedure if the order volume exceeds the threshold. Admissibility exists, for example, if in the case of construction work, a value limit of 10,000 euros is not exceeded, a larger service has already been awarded, a smaller one follows it and both cannot be separated from each other without disadvantage, only a specific entrepreneur can provide the service due to special requirements (e.B patent protection, special experience or equipment), the nature and scope of the service cannot be clearly and exhaustively defined prior to award; a new public or restricted invitation to tender does not promise an economic result, a service is particularly urgent, a service is subject to confidentiality regulations.
Direct award differs from public and restricted tendering (Europe-wide: open and non-open procedure). Price negotiations with the bidding company are permissible. There is no formal procedure. The contracting entity may only request undertakings which have the necessary Expertise, Performance and reliability decree. It may require the necessary proof of suitability. If a return is also possible electronically, you must provide the documents with an electronic signature and transmit the data in encrypted form. Note: The contracting entity must allow a sufficient period for the submission of tenders. It shall examine tenders received in due order and within the prescribed period in accordance with the following criteria: completeness technical correctness and computational correctness It then informs bidders who have not been considered and makes the award publicly known. Direct award differs from public and restricted tendering (Europe-wide: open and non-open procedure). Price negotiations with the bidding company are permissible. There is no formal procedure. If no participation competition is held, the contracting authority shall informally invite you to submit a tender. The contracting entity may only request undertakings which have the necessary Expertise, Performance and reliability decree. It may require the necessary proof of suitability. The companies also submit the offer informally. The contracting entity shall examine the tenders and award the contract. This is also possible informally. In the case of public participation competitions, you can submit an application to the contracting authority for participation in the competition. When the contracting authority selects you, it will ask you to submit a tender. For this purpose, it will send you the corresponding tender documents. You sign the completed tender documents and send them to the contracting authority. If a return is also possible electronically, you must provide the documents with an electronic signature and transmit the data in encrypted form. Note: The contracting entity must allow a sufficient period for the submission of tenders. The contracting entity may not open tenders until after the expiry of the time limit. It shall examine tenders received in due order and within the prescribed period in accordance with the following criteria: completeness technical correctness and computational correctness The contracting entity shall normally notify the contract in writing. At the same time, it shall be deemed to be the conclusion of a contract. It then informs bidders who have not been considered and makes the award publicly known.

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