Iceland - Central Government Entities - Annex 1 doc report

Thresholds for: SDR ISK
Goods 130,000 23,214,852
Services 130,000 23,214,852
Construction services 5,000,000 892,878,916
National Currencies
  • 1 All central government (State/federal) entities, including Ministries and sub-entities.
    • 2 The entities in charge of government procurement are the following bodies:
      • a State Trading Center (Ríkiskaup)
        • b Government Construction Contracts (Framkvæmdasýslan)
          • c Public Road Administration (Vegagerð ríkisins)
            • d Icelandic Maritime Administration (Siglingastofnun Íslands)

            1 Central government entities covers also any subordinate entity of any central government entity provided that such entity does not have separate legal personality.

            2 The following shall not be considered as covered procurement: show more/less

            a procurement by procuring entities covered under this Annex in regard of procurement of FSC 58 (communication, protection and coherent radiation equipment) from Canada;

            b procurement by procuring entities covered under this Annex of air traffic control equipment in regard of suppliers and service providers from the United States;

            c procurement by procuring entities covered under this Annex of good or service components of procurement which are not themselves covered by this Agreement in regard of suppliers and service providers from Canada and United States;

            until such time as Iceland has accepted that the Parties concerned provide satisfactory reciprocal access for Icelandic goods, suppliers, services and service providers to their own procurement market.

            3 As far as procurement by entities in the field of defence and security is concerned, only non sensitive and non-warlike materials contained in the list attached to Annex 4 are covered.

            4 The provisions of Article XVIII shall not apply to suppliers and service providers of Japan, Korea and the United States in contesting the award of contracts to a supplier or service provider of Parties other than those mentioned, which are small- or medium-sized enterprises under the relevant provisions of Icelandic law, until such time as Iceland accepts that they no longer operate discriminatory measures in favour of certain domestic small and minority businesses.