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Procurements commissions 

Procurements communal commission

Procurements Communal Commission
Procurements communal commission is composed of the following members:
  • the president of the municipal council or his representative among the municipal advisors: president
  • the Secretary General of the Commune ,
  • the Controller of expenses of the commune,
  • a representative of the regional directorate of Equipment, Housing and Territorial Development ,
  • the receiver of finances, the accountant of the commune,
The procurements communal commission established within the commune of Tunis comprises, in addition, the following members:
  •  A representative of the Minister charged of Finance,
  •  A representative of the Governor of the Central Bank of Tunisia ,
  • A representative of the Minister charged Communication Technologies and of Transport or of the Minister charged of Equipment, Housing and Territorial Development or of the Minister charged of Industry and Energy according to the procurement subject,
    Shall be maintained, the procurements communal commissions already established before the publication of decree n° 89-280 dated 10 February 1989, fixing the conditions of implementation of article 13 law n° 75-35 dated 14 May 1975, relating to the organic law of the budget of local collectivities.
    The competence thresholds for the procurements:


    Subject  Procurements communal commission
    Works Up to 1 million dinars
    Supplies of goods of equipments and services Up to 200 thousand dinars
    Software and Computer services Up to 50 thousand dinars
    Studies Up to 25 thousand dinars
    Estimated assessments of works under state control Up to 1 million dinars