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The Public Contracts (Scotland) Regulations 2012

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40.—(1) Subject to regulation 41, a contracting authority must, not later than 31st July in each year, send to the Scottish Ministers a report specifying in relation to each public contract awarded by it or framework agreement concluded by it during the reporting period—

(a)whether the contract was a public services contract, a public supply contract or a public works contract;

(b)whether the framework agreement was for the provision of services, for the purchase or hire of goods or for the carrying out of work or works;

(c)the value (estimated if necessary) of the consideration payable under the contract or framework agreement;

(d)whether the open procedure, the restricted procedure, the negotiated procedure or the competitive dialogue procedure was used;

(e)if the negotiated procedure was used, under which provision of regulation 13 or 14 that procedure was used;

(f)in the case of—

(i)a public services contract or a framework agreement for the provision of services, the principal category of service provided or to be provided under the contract or framework agreement according to the nomenclature used in Schedule 3;

(ii)a public supply contract or a framework agreement for the purchase or hire of goods, the type of goods purchased or hired or to be purchased or hired under the contract or framework agreement; and

(iii)a public works contract or a framework agreement for the carrying out of works, the principal category of works carried out or to be carried out under the contract or framework agreement according to the nomenclature used in Schedule 2; and

(g)the nationality of the economic operator to which the contract was awarded or the framework agreement was concluded and the relevant State in which that economic operator is established.

(2) Subject to regulation 41, a contracting authority must send to the Scottish Ministers a report containing such other information as the Scottish Ministers may from time to time require in respect of a particular public contract or framework agreement (including a public contract or framework agreement which is excluded from the application of these Regulations by regulation 6 or 8) for the purposes of providing the Commission with information.

(3) In this regulation “the reporting period” means the year preceding the year in which the reports referred to in paragraph (1) are to be made.

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