Summary report on the second tender for design and works of Struma motorway, lot 3.1 Zheleznitsa tunnel with three lots (terminated)
The second tender for Zheleznitsa tunnel was launched and terminated within a month – in September 2017. Transparency International – Bulgaria presents an analysis of the key aspects of the second procurement procedure compared to those in the first tender
Summary Report on the Tender for Design and Works of Struma Motorway, Lot 3.1 Zheleznitsa Tunnel (terminated). Phase II
The publication summarises the findings of Transparency International – Bulgaria in regard to the first procedure for design and construction of Struma motorway lot 3.1, Zheleznitsa tunnel. The report covers the prolonged evaluation phase, during which the tender was unexpectedly cancelled.
Legal Analysis of the Decision for Termination of the Tender for Zheleznitsa Tunnel
The present publication presents a legal analysis on the motives no. 1, 2, 4 and 5 set in the Road Infrastructure Agency Decision for termination of the public procurement procedure for construction of the Zheleznitsa tunnel. The document reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
Summary Report on the Call for Open Tender for the Design and Works of Struma Motorway, Lot 3.1 Zheleznitsa Tunnel (terminated). Phase І
The summary report herein presents the main findings of Transparency International Bulgaria, an independent observer, about the call preparation and tender documentation in the call for open tender for the design and works of Struma motorway lot 3.1, Zheleznitsa tunnel. PHASE І: Analysis of the Call Preparation and Tender Documentation. Suspension of the Tender Procedure. Closure of the National Company “Strategic Infrastructure Projects”
INDICATORS FOR TRANSPARENCY AND INTEGRITY UNDER PUBLIC PROCUREMENT PROCEDURES
The current publication is published as a result of the activities carried out under the project “Increasing Integrity through Advocacy: Counteracting Corruption in Public Contracting”. The project has been financially supported by the Integrity Initiative of the World Bank and Siemens. The main objective of the initiative is to enhance the standards for integrity and transparency in the execution of contracts of significant public interest by altering policies in countries.