State Supply Commission Regulations 1991

11/Oct/2002 - Current (at 31 Dec 2005)
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    5. Consequences of non-compliance with supply policies

    Where the Commission is of the opinion that a public authority is not complying with a supply policy or a direction supplementing a supply policy the Commission may, in addition to any action which may be taken under any other enactment, take one or more of the following actions

    (a) give to the public authority notice in writing specifying the manner in which the public authority is failing to comply and

    (i) detailing the measures to be taken by the public authority to comply with the policy or direction; and

    (ii) specifying the period within which the measures referred to in subparagraph (i) are to be taken;

    (b) require an accountable officer of the public authority to attend at a meeting of the Commission to answer questions or give information relating to the supply procedures of the public authority;

    (c) appoint an officer, employee or representative of the Commission to supervise and advise the public authority on its supply procedures and require the public authority to reimburse the Commission for the costs of providing the services of that officer, employee or representative;

    (d) publish in the annual report submitted by the accountable authority of the Commission under section 66 of the Financial Administration and Audit Act 1985 the name of the public authority and the manner in which that public authority has failed to comply;

    (e) recommend to the Minister that the exemption of the public authority under section 20 of the Act be cancelled.

    [Regulation 5 inserted in Gazette 9 Feb 1996 p. 500-1.]

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