The Spanish Central Administrative Tribunal of Contractual Appeals grants public buyers wide discretion to exclude supplies of reused or refurbished goods (FREMAP)

On 30 March 2012, the Spanish Central Administrative Tribunal of Contractual Appeals (Tribunal Administrativo Central de Recursos Contractuales) issued its Decision 83/2012 regarding the award of a contract for the supply of IT consumables where the contracting authority had excluded the possibility of being supplied reused or refurbished goods (i.e. in particular, refilled toner cartridges). The contract tendered was for the supply of IT consumables to FREMAP (a professional sickness and healthcare fund) during calendar year 2012. The contract was tendered by an open procedure and was fully subjected to EU Law requirements due to the expected value of the contract at the time of tendering - which was set at an estimated amount of Euro 600.000. The applicable domestic rules were

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Albert Sánchez Graells, The Spanish Central Administrative Tribunal of Contractual Appeals grants public buyers wide discretion to exclude supplies of reused or refurbished goods (FREMAP), 30 March 2012, e-Competitions Bulletin Public procurement, Art. N° 49043

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