1. Strengthen the coordination of framework agreement procurement organizations. The "Measures" standardized the multi -frequency and small quota procurement activities. It is an important part of implementing the "Deepening the Reform Plan for the Government Procurement System", and it is also an important improvement and innovation of the government procurement management system.
Concentrated procurement agencies and supervisors at all levels must fully understand the standardized requirements of the "Measures" for the regulatory requirements for the procurement of the framework agreement, and effectively do a good job of determining the demand standards, the preparation of procurement plans, supplier finalists and contract performance management. Financial departments at all levels should conscientiously organize and coordinate, further clean up the supplier’s alternative library, list library, and qualification library of illegal settings, strengthen the review and management of the framework agreement procurement plan, and effectively grasp the fair competition mechanism determined by the Measures. Construction, steadily and orderly advance the implementation of framework agreement procurement.
3. Promote the formulation of procurement demand standards. Financial departments at all levels should guide centralized procurement institutions and competent budget units to reasonably determine the demand standards of various products based on business characteristics, and gradually improve the scientificity and completeness of the standards, so as to be objective, detailed, judged, and verified. The demand standards shall not carry out framework protocol purchases. It is necessary to reasonably determine the maximum unit price of different secondary and specifications, and comprehensively consider the relationship between the procurement of historical transaction prices and market surveys, balance the relationship between procurement demand standards and cost prices, and match the maximum restriction of unit prices and procurement demand standards.