Recordkeeping of “Black list” for Procurement Tender to be IntensifiedPolitics
Ulaanbaatar, September 21, 2023 /MONTSAME/. The regular Cabinet meeting held yesterday discussed the process of recordkeeping of legal bodies who were restricted their rights to participate in tenders. In 2023, 107 companies that violated the laws and regulations regarding the on procurement of goods, works, and services with state and local funds are being inspected to be put on the "Black List" in 2023.
In addition to contractors, there is a need to increase the responsibility of clients, to create a "white list", in which companies that have completely fulfilled the contractual obligations are put on, the proposal was introduced during the Cabinet Meeting. Minister of Finance B. Javkhlan was ordered to intensify the recordkeeping of legal bodies that were restricted their rights to participate in tenders. Also, the clients were instructed to submit to the state procurement inspectors the information and relevant proofs on the companies that seriously violated their contractual obligations, failed to fulfill their obligations, made mistakes in their professional activities, submitted tenders with obviously false information when participating in the procurement process.
The legal bodies who were restricted their rights to participate in tenders were put on the blacklist and were announced to the public through the procurement system /www.tender.gov.mn/ and the website of the Ministry of Finance /www.mof.gov.mn/, including 16 blacklisted companies in 2019, 15 in 2020, 16 in 2021, 8 in 2022, and 11 in 2023.