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25 September 2022 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 14:20 GMT+2

September 9, 2022

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Another "stranding" on the way to realization of the new dam of the port of Genoa

The Port System Authority decides to appoint a new panel of experts given a potential risk of conflict of interests on the part of one of the current components

A new stop to the progress of the project for the realization of the new breakwater of the port of Genoa has arrived today with the announcement from Palazzo San Giorgio of the decision to appoint a new panel of experts for the evaluation of the two proposals technical-economic presented. After the race for execution of the first phase of the project had been deserted due to the failure interest in the realization of the work under the proposed conditions by the Port System Authority of the Western Ligurian Sea, unexpected result to which the institution had decided to remedy by resorting to a negotiated procedure ( of 30 June and 1 July 2022), and after the appointment of the panel of experts for examine the two proposals received as a result of this procedure ( of 27 and 29 July 2022), this morning the port authority announced that, 'the results of the verifications carried out by the offices of the System Authority a potential has emerged risk of conflict of interest on the part of one of the components of the College of Experts identified for the evaluation of proposals techniques submitted by economic operators. In order to avoid any possible perception, even potential, respect transparency and impartiality of the work of the administration - explained the body - the Authority of Sistema Portuale will appoint a close circle of a new panel of experts for the evaluation of the two proposals technical economic presented, providing for the award within a month'.

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