The indicator tells if the procuring entity, when setting references, restricts the acceptance of past performances by only accepting references incorporated "within one contract" of a particular value and quantity. This indicator is built upon expert knowledge and scans procurement calls.
The indicator tells if the procuring entity, with regard to technical and professional capacity, restricts the setting of eligibility criteria unduly by setting geographilcal requirements e.g. equipment, capacity within a distance, availability of an estate etc. This redflag is built upon expert knowledge and scrutiny of dubious Hungarian practical examples.
This indicator counts number of characters of the eligibility criteria MINUS average number of characters of the given market's eligibility criteria. It indicates risk if eligibility criteria less visible deters bidders [ie. this indicator implies correlation between "overspecification" and tailored tenders - e.g. according to the statistics criteria length above market average by 520-2639 characters 16 increases probability of a single received bid by 10.4%-11.9% and the winner’s share within issuer’s contracts by 1.3% compared to the shortest criteria-length group]