The ASF indicated that a comparison was not carried out, since the contract was awarded to the only proposal presented for said rehabilitation. Photo: Cuartoscuro
The Superior Audit of the Federation (ASF) found that by rehabilitations in the Benito Juárez International Airport of Mexico City (AICM) 9 million 532 thousand 73. 36 pesos must be clarified.
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Said rehabilitations correspond to the Project and Construction of the Positions in Finger “L”; Rehabilitation of Runways 05L-23R and 05R-23L and of the Delta Taxiway between Headwaters “23L” and “A5”; and Complementary Works at the AICM.
The audit indicates that the best conditions for the state were not guaranteed in terms of price, quality, financing, opportunity, efficiency, effectiveness, economy and transparency for the conclusion of a service contract.
The supervisory body indicated that a comparison was not carried out, since the contract was awarded to the only proposal presented for said rehabilitation.
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“A poor planning was carried out in the contracting of works and services, since a service program was considered greater than that of the contract that it will supervise, there was no modification of the Environmental Impact Statement”, details the ASF.
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