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).
The indicator tells if the procuring entity - within the scope of technical and professional capacity requirements of the procurement call - extends the past period of the required references unduly, by derogation from the period as defined by law (5-8 years in case of works, 3-6 years in case of acquisition of goods and services).
The indicator tells from the wording of the procurement call if the procuring entity, with regard to technical and professional capacity requires references "financed by EU-funds" (which might be an unduly restriction of competition).
The indicator tells from the wording of the procurement call if the publication of notice holds a quantitative or minimum requirement of capital within the scope of economic and financial ability, which is considered risk of corruption
The indicator is only relevant in case of procurement procedures for framework agreements and it tells if the procuring entity intends to conclude framework agreements with fewer bidders than the legal minimum (3). This indicator is built upon legal provisions.
This redflag tells if the legally required indication of the grounds for exclusion (or the indication thereof) is missing from the wording of the procurement call. The algorithm looks for references of the relevant Hungarian legal provisions. Absence of these references flags the procedure.