Open Procurement Albania

Mirëmbajtje e Objekteve Ndërtimore për nevoja emergjente

A Red Flag is a fact, event, or set of circumstances, or other information that may indicate a potential legal compliance concern for illegal or unethical business conduct, particularly with regard to corrupt practices and non-compliance with anti-corruption laws.

  • Lack of competition
  • Procurement takes place with one single competitor. The Albanian law does allow for such procedures, but what such procedures often demonstrate, more than just lack of competition, is criteria and application deadlines that are obviously in favor of a certain company (clientelism). Such tenders deserve to be considered exposed to risk.

Contracted Institution Trauma University Hospital
Tenderer Institution Trauma University Hospital
Tender object Mirëmbajtje e Objekteve Ndërtimore për nevoja emergjente
Reference No. REF-43901-02-05-2018
Estimated / Ceiling Value ALL without VAT 816 517,00
Type of Contract
Procurement Method Negotiated Procedure
Stage Procedure Signed the Contract
Tender Publication Date
Last date of Submitted Documents
Tender Held Date 09-02-2018
No. of Bidders 1
Bidders DIMENSION CONSTRUCTION
Successful Bidder /Supplier / Provider
  • DIMENSION CONSTRUCTION
  • The winning bid ALL without vat 816 517,00
    Bidder Announcement date
    Award and Contract Amount ALL with VAT 951 165,24
    Contract date 09-02-2018
    Planned Milestones of Contract / Start and End Date
    Renewal Contract Additional Value (ALL with VAT)
    Appeals
    Cancellation reason
    Additions
    Transaction / Actual Spending
  • Public Announcement Bulletin
    Announcement of Procurement
    Bidder Announcement
    Signing of the Contract


    The development of the Red Flags algorithm, in the period between 2 July 2017 - 28 February 2018, was financially supported by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), through the "Transparency in Health Engagement" project.


    The establishment of this portal's database was financially supported, in the period between June 2016 - January 2017, from the US Embassy Democracy Commission, Small Grants Program.

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