All the contracts with National Transportation Network (“RNT” as a sole buyer must comply with certain requirements specified in Article 11 of the Presidential Decree No. 4/11 of January 6 as amended by Article 11 of the Presidential Decree 178/20 of June 25, in order to their prices are allocated to tariffs.


Complying with Contract Requirements to Use National Transportation Network (“RNT”)

Using the National Transportation Network (“RNT”) as a sole buyer to purchase goods and services requires strict adherence to established guidelines. According to Article 11 of the Presidential Decree No. 4/11 of January 6 as amended by Article 11 of the Presidential Decree 178/20 of June 25, all contracts must comply with certain requirements in order for their prices to be allocated to tariffs.

Required Contract Compliance

In order for a contract to be considered valid for pricing purposes, the following requirements must be met:

  • The buyer must be RNT – The buyer needs to be the National Transportation Network (“RNT”) for the contract to be eligible for pricing. If a different buyer is specified, the requirements of the contract cannot be met.
  • The Seller must be a Small or Medium Business – The Seller needs to be a Small or Medium Business in order to be eligible.
  • The contract must have a valid start and end date – The contract must have a start date and an end date that are valid and in the future.
  • The contract must have a valid payment schedule – The contract must have a valid payment schedule that specifies when payments can be made and if any discounts or other incentives will be applied.
  • The contract must include a clause regarding dispute resolution – The contract must include a clause that outlines any dispute resolution procedures that may be necessary in the event of a disagreement.
  • The contract must adhere to all applicable laws and regulations – The contract must adhere to all applicable laws and regulations, including any related to recordkeeping, product labeling and packaging, etc.

Conclusion

By adhering to these guidelines and requirements, buyers and sellers can ensure that their contracts are valid for pricing purposes and therefore allow for RNT to be used as a sole buyer for the procurement of goods and services. Following the guidelines established by Article 11 of the Presidential Decree No. 4/11 of January 6 as amended by Article 11 of the Presidential Decree 178/20 of June 25 is essential to ensure that tariffs can be applied to their contracts.

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