Local bodies and universities registered in the Public Procurement Services Platform (PSCP) can make use of the functionalities available in it to receive tenders by electronic means . In order to guarantee their correct operation, the following points must be taken into account:

  • Have information on the contractor profile: it is a technical requirement for companies to consolidate the register of proposals that the administrator of the contracting body has provided the details of your entity (specifically the postal mail) in the tab " Contractor Profile ”as defined in point 7 of the Administrator’s Manual . NOTE : The field to set the time zone set to open Digital Envelopes appears on this same screen. By default, the tool lets the custodians enter to give access to the envelope opening, from 30 minutes before to 30 minutes after envelope opening time. Through this section you can change the default settings. It is important not to leave this field blank because credentials could not be applied or envelopes could not be opened.

  • The publisher / validator user who has to see the entry of proposal logs must have access permissions to the PSCP for the offers received in the management tool. This permission is enabled by the organ administrator as indicated in this FAQ .

  • Enable and configure the presentation option corresponding to the dossier in the PSCP management tool (in the case of the functionality without enveloping bids, it is only necessary to enable the Telematic Presentation of Tenders option) in the manner indicated in point 8.5.1 of the editor / validator manual .

NOTE : all the entities that use the Public Procurement Services Platform at the local or university level have the electronic bidding functionalities included in the PSCP activated . This activation involves the configuration of the telematic register in the EACAT auxiliary register , both for the entry of the offers and for the exit of the notifications / communications made from the Platform. In the latter case, you must be registered in the e-NOTUM service.