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SEP adopts recommendations for bidding of Ports in Santos and Pará

01/27/2014 – The Secretariat of Ports (SEP), working with the National Water Transport Agency (ANTAQ), protocoled answers for 15 recommendations presented by the Federal Court of Accounts (TCU) in the Judgment n. 3661/2013. The event happened last Friday (01/24), and the Judgment concerns bidding processes for leases that form Block 1 (Santos and Pará) of the Logistics Investments Program – Ports.

After TCU’s decision, we can have published the notices of areas that may be leased in ports of Santos, Belém, Santarém, Vila do Conde and terminals in Outeiro and Miramar. In December 2013, the Federal Government formalised a request for a re-examination by TCU of a few aspects of the Judgment that may be wrong.

SEP recommended a process splitting in such way as to answer questions technically relevant among 19 conditions presented by TCU. Thus, as provisioned in Organic Law and in Intern Regiment, last week TCU picked a new reporting justice for the Judgment, the minister Aroldo Cedras, substituting minister Ana Arraes.

Among the conditions that led the government to request a re-examination, is the one that prevents SEP to publish the 29 notices of block 1 before there is a solution to all questions posed in the Judgment, which brought some specific items that do not affect other areas of block 1. This is the same as insert biddings in ports of Pará to adjustments necessary to the bidding of a specific point in Santos port. The Secretariat of Ports realises the possibility of performing the bidding separately.

Another point of the re-examination was the recommendation, presented by minister Ana Arraes, to use the methodology of the port tariff calculus with basis on technical researches by the University of São Paulo (USP). SEP points out that the university’s study refers to the administrative tariff when in the bidding notices for block 1 the tariff is calculated for transport cargo.

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Source: SEP