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Contexte

In core OCDS the signatories to the contract are not explicitly declared in the contract section. Instead the contract signatories are implicitly assumed to be the buyer defined at release level (known as the publicAuthority in the PPP extension) and the suppliers listed in the award associated with the contract (known as the preferredBidders in the PPP extension).

In some types of contracting process there may be additional signatories to the contract or the signatories to the contract may differ from those specified in buyer / publicAuthority and award/suppliers / award/preferredBidders.

Champs d'extension

This extension adds a signatories property to the contract section. The signatories property is an array of OrganizationReference's.

Exemple

The following JSON snippet models a PPP contracting process where there is an additional signatory to the contract beyond those defined in the publicAuthority and award/preferredBidders fields.

{
  "publicAuthority": {
    "name": "Ministry of Communications",
    "id": "GB-GOV-12345678"
  },
  "awards": [
    {
      "preferredBidders": [
        {
          "name": "Example Consortium",
          "id": "GB-COH-00000000"
        },
      ]
    },
  ],
  "contract": {
    "signatories": [
      {
        "name": "Ministry of Communications",
        "id": "GB-GOV-12345678"
      },
      {
        "name": "Example Consortium",
        "id": "GB-COH-00000000"
      },
      {
        "name": "Telecommunications UK",
        "id": "GB-GOV-99999999"
      }
    ]
  }
}

Notes d'utilisation

Each signatory to the contract should have an associated entry in the parties section of OCDS.

This extension follows the approach to modelling organizations introduced in OCDS V1.1.

Problèmes

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