The Spanish Administrative Tribunal of Contractual Appeals rules on the need to cancel the award and rerun a tender when faulty tender documents and their interpretation can give rise to discrimination (CESPA CONTEN v Valladolid Regional Logistics Unit of the Army)

On 22 January 2013, the Spanish Central Administrative Tribunal of Contractual Appeals (Tribunal Administrativo Central de Recursos Contractuales, SCATCA) issued its Decision 29/2013 regarding the award of a contract for the disposal of waste and hazardous substances generated by the regional forces of the Army in Valladolid during fiscal year 2013. The contract had an estimated value of EUR 145,387.28, which placed it above the relevant EU thresholds. Hence, it was tendered through an open procedure, which was duly advertised by notice sent to the Official Journal of the European Union on 15 March 2012 and published in the Spanish Official Gazette on 18 September 2012. The contract was for the provision of management services and disposal of a broad range of waste and hazardous

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Albert Sánchez Graells, The Spanish Administrative Tribunal of Contractual Appeals rules on the need to cancel the award and rerun a tender when faulty tender documents and their interpretation can give rise to discrimination (CESPA CONTEN v Valladolid Regional Logistics Unit of the Army), 22 January 2013, e-Competitions Bulletin January 2013, Art. N° 51106

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