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Directorate for Logistics Management

POLICE CHIEF SUPERINTEDENT peligrad ion

 

 No. 6, Mihai Vodă Street, Bucharest,  5 District 

E-mail: logistica@politiaromana.ro

 

The Logistics Directorate operates within the General Inspectorate of Romanian Police. It is a component of the logistic system of the Ministry of Administration and Interior, having duties and competences in performing a unitary informational and relational flow between the General Inspectorate of Romanian Police and the central logistics structures of the Ministry of Administration and Interior, all the activities being settled by the specific legislation in the field and MAI orders and instructions. The Logistics Directorate assures the necessary technical and material means, services and investment works for the county police inspectorates, the General Directorate of Bucharest Police and educational units in a unitary conception regarding the territorial units in the field. It also assures the management of the real state patrimony of the police units, according to the legislation in the field. Simultaneously with these competences, it carries out the territorial acquirement of some equipment and materials necessary for the procedure of forensic investigation and crime proving, equipment necessary for the traffic police, specialized techniques for the units specialized in countering organized crime, operative surveillance, special actions and interventions, development of the external contracts and competences in the field of personnel endowment, providing food for them and the arrested persons.

At the same time it has the following competences:

  • substantiation and elaboration of the annual logistic and future programs for the sectors of munitions, auto, moto and naval transportation means, protection means and forensic investigation, investments in constructions and barracks, communication and IT;

  • endorsement of the usage instructions of the newly introduced technical means and surveillance of their behavior when used;

  • verifying the observance of the legal provisions regarding the acquisition of goods and services by the units, armament cassation, munitions, explosives and fixed means;

  • verifying the technical status and fulfilling other conditions contained in the normative documents regarding the cassation, transfer without payment to other budgetary institutions, capitalization by auction;

  • verifying the stability reserve of munitions, explosives and dangerous chemical materials, establishing some fuel consumption norms for the transportation means;

  • preparing the documents established by the legislation in the field of public acquisitions for auction proceedings and offer demands, concluding contracts, technical – qualitative reception of the goods, their storage and management according to provisions of the law and providing the distribution to the territorial units;

  • participation in the reception of the investment works in constructions and under pressure installations;

  • verification of the conditions and the manner of applying the provisions of the law in the field of labor protection, environment and technical surveillance of the lifting and under pressure devices from the territorial police units.

The Logistics Directorate within the General Inspectorate of Romanian Police carries out guiding and control activities and it has into professional subordination 41 logistics county services and logistical structures from four educational units.

 

PRINCIPLES FOR THE ORGANIZATION AND REALIZATION OF PUBLIC ACQUISITIONS OF GOODS,

SERVICES AND WORKS WITHIN THE GENERAL INSPECTORATE OF ROMANIAN POLICE

 

Public acquisitions of goods, services and works necessary for carrying out specific missions according to the settlements of the Ministry of Administration and Interior, within the General Inspectorate of Romanian Police, are carried out by the competent structures in this field, namely:

  • Logistics Directorate

  • IT and Communication Center

  • Independent Administrative Unit

  • Specialized Compartments from each County Police Inspectorate and the General Directorate of Bucharest Police

 

Allocation by the General Inspectorate of Romanian Police of the public acquisition contracts according to the provisions of Article 2 from GO No. 60/2001 regarding the public acquisitions, is carried out on the basis of the following principles:

  1. Free competition, namely the assurance of the conditions for each supplier of goods, works or services performer, regardless of nationality to have the right to become a contractor under the provisions of the law;

  2. The efficiency of using public funds, namely the use of competitional system and the economic criteria for allotting the public acquisition contract;

  3. Transparency, namely offering information to the interested persons regarding the application of the procedure for ascribing the public acquisition contract;

  4. Equal treatment, namely applying the selection criteria in a nondiscriminating manner in order to ascribe the public acquisition contract, so that any product, works or services supplier can have equal chances for ascribing the contract;

  5. Confidentiality, namely assuring the protection of the commercial secret and the intellectual property of the tendered.

Depending on the nature of the contracts (of supplyance, services or works) and the estimated values for a year, without VAT, of the products, services or works which are to be purchased, according to the provisions of the GO No. 60/2001 approved, modified and completed by Law No. 212/2002, GD No. 461/2001 and GD No. 1186/2001, the ascribing by GIRP of the public acquisition contracts is carried out on the basis of the following procedures provided by:

GO No. 60/2001, Law No. 212/2002 and GD No. 461/2001- for the acquisition of products, services or works, other than those which involve national defense, public order, national defense and security, namely:

  1. Open auction, namely the procedure through which any supplier or executants has the right to present the offer;

  2. Restraint auction, namely the procedure carried out in two distinct stages and through which only the candidates selected by the contracting authority in the first stage are invited to present their offers;

  3. Competitive negotiation, namely the procedure through which the contracting authority consults and negotiates the stipulations of the contract, exclusively the price, with many suppliers or executants;

  4. Negotiation with one source, namely the procedure through which the contracting authority consults and negotiates the stipulations of the contract, inclusively the price, with one supplier or executants;

  5. Demand for an offer, namely the simplified procedure through which the contracting authority solicits offers from many suppliers or executants;

  6. Direct purchasing, namely the procedure which supposes drafting a market study and consulting the own data basis regarding the suppliers or executants whose activities can assure the obtainance of the products, works or services which the contracting authority intends to purchase.

 

Note

- Purchasing products, services or public works by “Auction”, “Demand for an offer” or “Direct Purchase” is carried out as follows:

Auction – in all the cases in which the estimated value, whitout VAT, of the acquisition contract is equal or higher than the equivalent in lei of the following limits:

  • For supplying contracts: EUR 40.000;

  • For services contracts: EUR 40.000;

  • For works contracts: EUR 100.000;

Demand for an offer – in cases in which the estimated value, without VAT, of the acquisition contract is lower than the equivalent in lei of the following limits:

  • For supplying contracts: under EUR 40.000;

  • For services contracts: under EUR 40.000;

  • For works contracts: under EUR 100.000;

Direct purchase – in cases in which the estimated value, without VAT, of the public acquisition is under EUR 2.000;

According with the GD No. 1186/2001 – for products, services and works acquisition which implies national defense, public order, national safety and security, the provided procedures are:

  1. Restraint auction, for public acquisition contracts whose estimated value, without VAT, is equal to or higher than the equivalent in lei of EUR 100.000 which takes place in two stages and only the candidates selected in the first stage by the contracting authority are invited to depose the offers;

  2. Competitive negotiation, through which the contracting authority consults and negotiates the contracting stipulations, exclusively the price, with many suppliers (2-3 selected candidates among which at least one presents an adequate offer);

  3. Negotiation with one source, through which the contracting authority consults and negotiates the price and the contract stipulations with one supplier;

  4. Demand for an offer, for contracts of whose estimated values, without VAT, are smaller than the equivalent in lei of EUR 100.000, through which the contracting authority demands price offers from minimum 5 suppliers and receives at least 2 adequate offers;

  5. Direct purchase based on an argumentative book-keeping document, in the case in which the contracting authority purchases products or services, individually determined or of type, whose value, without VAT, cumulated per year does not exceed the equivalent in lei of EUR 1.500.

 

For all the public acquisition procedures organized through open auction by the Logistics Directorate within GIRP, according to the provisions of the GO No. 60/2001, there were transmitted to the Romanian Official Journal for being published in the VI Part, the Public acquisitions, the participation announcements and contract allotting presented within the auctions.

 

 

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