This indicator tells if the procedure was unsuccessful and the procuring entity reasons with grounds (defined by law) qualified as risks (these are the following risk types: only invalid bids (requests to participate) have been submitted OR the procuring entity itself has become unable to conclude a contract OR the procuring entity has decided to declare the procedure invalid because a bidder (competitor) committed an act that harmed the fairness of the competition or the interest of other bidders).
This redflag tells from the wording of the the award notice if it does not indicate the reason for its invalidness, even though the procedure has remained without results (there has been no winning bidder in at least one of the lots of the procurement).
The indicator tells from the wording of the procurement call if the procuring entity applies accelerated procedure (moreover, it implies a significant risk if there are no grounds mentioned for its use).
This indicator tells from the wording of the procurement call if the date of the opening of bids or requests to participate is not the same as the expiry of the deadline to submit bids or requests to participate in procurement procedures.
This redflag indicates risk if there are any changes to quality, quantity or specification both to goods and services in the contract deviating from the bidding document AND/OR changes to contract type AND/OR Changes to standard contract clauses (audit, remedies, damages, etc.)AND/OR price schedules are not the same as the winning bid
This redflag indicates risk if the evaluation criteria differ from those issued in the bidding documents AND/OR improper or arbitrary evaluation sub-criteria or procedures are developed at the time of evaluation that differ from the issued bidding documents AND/OR there are changes in the scoring of bids or arbitrary scoring of bids