If you are the only supplier to be a contracting party to the framework, the Commission cannot assign them a mandate in accordance with this agreement. Paragraph 7 of Regulation 33 of the Public Procurement Regulation sets out the terms of the appeal if only one supplier is a contracting party to the agreement. Should the Authority inform the contractors who manage the contracts for services contained in the framework, i.e. that we have entered into a national contract which is now put into a framework? The Ojui communication was tendered last month, but we were not informed, a framework agreement sets out the terms, conditions and, as a rule, the prices applied to appeal contracts concluded under the appeal contracts. It is not normally a contract, as this usually occurs during the appeal contract phase. Therefore, there is no need to terminate a framework agreement that the adjudicating authority can simply put in place to make appeals in accordance with the terms of the agreement. With respect to the two cooperation organizations you mentioned, the framework they intend to use is the one that gives you a chance. But if you decide to use a frame on which you are not included, then this is a very serious threat. The new contract with qualified suppliers now explicitly excludes accommodation (although we keep customers at our own expense in their current leases) and guest applications that should be collected and then listed for purchase based on the lowest price. This has led to often long lists with the lowest price and, in recent weeks, case managers have tried to make us directly transfers sometimes urgent, but are hampered by the deployment of the centralized procurement team.
We are currently in a situation where we are providing specialized housing education. This service has included education as they are residential schools. The framework we did not get was for housing services (without child care), but housing services, which also provide education, were eligible for the framework, even though they provided a basic service, when they did not. This now means that our competitors, who provide basic and educational services, receive all the recommendations, whether education is needed or not, first through successful providers. Yes, that would be against the rules. The framework agreement allows you to simplify the rules applicable to several contracts for similar goods or services by awarding the master contract (the framework) and then awarding calls on the basis of the terms of that agreement. I am part of a framework agreement with a city council, we all had to present a tariff plan for which the contracts were to be awarded (on the basis of the most favourable rate accepted once in the framework agreement).