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RDA South Opens the Offers for the Procurement of Energy Efficiency Investment Services for Constantin Spătaru Lyceum from Leova and Matei Basarab Lyceum from Basarabeasca

   
05.06.2018   394 Views  

On June 5, the Regional Development Agency South, as contracting authority, organized the opening of the bids within the repeated public procurement procedure, initiated for the acquisition of design services in increasing energy efficiency for the projects implemented with the support of the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany through GIZ:

Lot SE 1 -  „Constantin Spătaru" Lyceum, Leova town;

Lot SE 2 - „Matei Basarab" Lyceum, Basarabeasca town. 

For the participation at the tender announced by the RDA South, one offer was submitted. The working group consisting of the representatives of the RDA South, GIZ, LPA and civil society, managed the bids opening procedure in the presence of the representatives of the bidder.

The energy efficiency projects, to be implemented in Leova and Basarabeasca towns, of about 3.3 million EURO are part of the project "Modernization of Local Public Services in the Republic of Moldova".

The procedure for awarding the public procurement contract will strictly comply with the rules set out in the GIZ PRAG Regulations, developed on the basis of the EU Practical Guide PRAG1 for services and works contracts. Complying with these rules ensures objective, transparent and non-discriminatory choice of contractors with competitive offers at the best price-quality ratio or at the best price, therewith respecting the efficiency of public funds spending.

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The ”Modernization of Local Public Services” (MLPS) project is implemented by the German Federal Enterprise for International Cooperation (GIZ) in partnership with the Ministry of Agriculture, Regional Development and Environment of the Republic of Moldova and financially supported by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), European Union, Government of Sweden, Government of Romania and Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC).