The Ministry of Finance issued 5 government procurement information announcements on June 11th and 17th (No. 870 to 774). Among them, there are 3 announcements on the handling of complaint cases and 2 announcements on the decision on administrative punishment. The Government Procurement Information News / Internet reporter summarized the problems mentioned in the announcement, and found that the problems were mainly concentrated in:
1. The bidding documents are not standardized (there are problems such as lack of scientific rationality, quantification of review factors, and repeated scoring);
2. The supplier provided false materials to win the bid.
The government procurement information announcements No. 870 and No. 71 show that the Ministry of Finance is in accordance with the law's bidding for the purchase of medical equipment at Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University (1st package) and the "General Administration of Customs Anti-Smuggling Backpack Electric Motors in 2018" During the supervision and inspection of the “hydraulic tools group procurement project”, it was found that Nanchang Lufa Trading Co., Ltd. and Jiangsu Jinan Fire Equipment Co., Ltd. had “provided false materials to win the bid”. None of the relevant defences of Nanchang Lufa Trading Co., Ltd. was established. Pursuant to Article 77, Paragraph (1) of the "People's Republic of China Government Procurement Law", it was decided to impose a fine of 5,586 yuan on Nanchang Lufa Trading Co., Ltd., which was included in the list of bad behavior records. Participation in the government was prohibited for one year. Administrative penalties for procurement activities. An administrative penalty of 18,899 yuan was fined for Jiangsu Jinan Fire Equipment Co., Ltd.
The Government Procurement Information Bulletin No. 872 shows that the complainant lodged a complaint with this authority because he was dissatisfied with the question and answer made by the equipment and equipment center on this item. The complaints 1-10 are: the technical specifications of the bidding documents are not scientifically reasonable, and they are directional and exclusive. This organ investigates and makes a decision in accordance with the law. According to Article 31 (1) of the "Measures for Questioning and Complaints about Government Procurement" (Order of the Ministry of Finance No. 94), the issue of "lack of scientific rationality" in Complaint Item 7 was established, and the Institute was ordered to re-establish Carry out procurement activities. The Institute of Physical Education and the Equipment Center shall be ordered to make corrections within a specified period of time regarding the irregular preparation of the bidding documents.
The Government Procurement Information Bulletin No. 873 revealed that the complainant lodged a complaint with this authority because he was dissatisfied with the response to the question made by the Customs Procurement Center on this item. The complaints are as follows: 1-3. The technical requirements of the bidding documents on "▲ small angle deflection function" and "★ ray energy" require differential or discriminatory treatment of suppliers. 4. The expression of "backscatter function" in the bidding documents is too general, and the procurement requirements are incomplete and unclear. 5. The bidding documents did not quantify the evaluation factor "sales performance of bidding products". 6-7. The bidding documents did not quantify the review factors “centralized review of image-linked operations”, “intelligent review of plans”, and “technical advancement of bidding products”, and repeated scoring. According to the provisions of Article 31 of the "Measures for Questioning and Complaints about Government Procurement" (Order of the Ministry of Finance No. 94), Complaint Items 5, 7 and Complaint Item 6 regarding the review factors "centralized review of networked operations" and "intelligent review of plans" The unquantified question holds. In view of the fact that this project has been abolished, in accordance with the provisions of Article 31 (1) of the "Measures for Questioning and Complaints about Government Procurement" (Order of the Ministry of Finance No. 94), the Customs Procurement Center was ordered to restart the procurement activities after revising the tender documents.