Référé précontractuel et marché public : le pouvoir adjudicateur n'est jamais tenu d'inviter les candidats à préciser ou compléter la teneur de leurs offres

Pre-contractual referral and public contract: the contracting authority is never required to invite candidates to specify or supplement the content of their offers

by gmorales on 26 September 2012 | Category: Pre-contractual & Contractual referral
Référé précontractuel et marché public : le pouvoir adjudicateur n'est jamais tenu d'inviter les candidats à préciser ou compléter la teneur de leurs offres Référé précontractuel et marché public : le pouvoir adjudicateur n'est jamais tenu d'inviter les candidats à préciser ou compléter la teneur de leurs offres

EC 26 September 2012, Seine-Eure Agglomeration Community, Req. No. 359706

Rule n ° 1:

The contracting authority is never required to ask the candidates to specify or add to the content of their tender, particularly in the presence of contradictions or ambiguities or in the case of incomplete tenders.

Rule n ° 2:

The contracting authority does not have to inform the candidates of the rating method which it intends to retain and use to evaluate the bids against the judging criteria.

Rule n ° 3:

The breach invoked is not likely to have prejudiced the applicant company since, even if it had been awarded the maximum score, that would not have allowed it to be better classified than the company. awarded the contract, due to the large rating gap.

Rule n ° 4:

The breach alleged is not likely to have harmed the applicant company since it obtained the maximum score with regard to the criterion of judgment of the contested offers. Pre-contractual reference and public contract: the contracting authority is never required to invite candidates to clarify or complete the content of their offers