Ile-de-France departments soften the rules

For almost five years, and the adoption of the bill on the new territorial organization of the Republic (NOTRe), the departmental councils can no longer intervene in the field of the economy and direct aid to businesses. On the other hand, their skills in social action, education (colleges) or transport infrastructure (roads) lead them to award public contracts to which these same companies are applying.

Postponement of applications and exemption from penalties

In normal times, companies have a maximum of thirty-five days to respond to calls from local authorities, as well as they must honor their contracts within a limited time or face financial penalties. Due to the current crisis, the departments of Hauts-de-Seine (92) and Yvelines (78) have announced, in the evening of March, the postponement of the submission of tenders and the exemption from penalties.

“On the one hand, companies can be in difficulty to respond to consultations, a technical file being complicated to constitute in these conditions. On the other hand, given the situation, some have to suspend their sites”, explains to La Tribune the director of public order common to 92 and 78. “We decided to postpone consultations and executions until the time of confinement”, specifies Hervé Kerleau.

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