Article 28(h)

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Article 28 prohibits employers included in the Public Registry of Employers with Labour Sanctions (REPSAL) from contracting with the Federal Administration, for as long as they remain on the registry.

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The duration of the inclusion in this list is regulated by Article 9 of Law No. 26,940, and is dependent on the type of breach and on the remedial action taken by the employer. General Communication No. 22/2015 of the National Procurement Office provides that government agencies and entities must verify that the contracting party is not included in the Public Registry of Employers with Labour Sanctions (REPSAL), by accessing the REPSAL website on three occasions: when the offer procedure begins, during the evaluation process and during the decision process.

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Article 28 – The following may not contract with the Federal Administration:

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h) Employers included in the Public Registry of Employers with Labour Sanctions (REPSAL) for as long as they remain on said registry

Law / Argentina / Decree No. 1,023/2001 - Procurement Regime of the Federal Administration

Decree No. 1,023/2001 governs procurement contracts of the Federal Administration, and sets forth the entities and/or persons that are banned from contracting with the Federal Administration. It applies to contracts to which the Central Administration, Decentralized Agency or Social Security Institutions are party. It does not apply to state-owned enterprises, companies with a majority state ownership, mixed companies or self-sufficient entities. Decree No. 1,023/2001 sets the basic standard for state contracts at the federal level.