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INNOVATIVE BIDDING LAW AND CONSORTIA FOR THE WORLD CUP AND OLYMPIC GAMES IN BRAZIL

Waldevique Franco Borges Jr, Poueri do Carmo Mário, Gisele Tessari Santos, Fernanda Carla Wasner Vasconcelos

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The objective of this researchwas to describe the types of business networks formed to meet the requirements established by the newbidding law, the Differential Public Procurement Regime, the innovations of this bidding system and the effect on the construction supply chain. This is a descriptive study based on a qualitative–quantitative analysis of a case study of road works on BR-381/MG, in Minas Gerais, Brazil. The units of analysis were the bidding documents, respective contracts, and the construction sites. The results showed that 40 companies took part in the bidding process in 13 cooperative consortia, 8 of which were vertical and horizontal networks, and 5 were vertical networks. An incremental innovation related to
the project delivery method was identified between the government and construction companies in Brazil by means of integrated design and build procurement, which changed relationships within the construction supply chain by moving the design supplier into the contractor consortium and improved supply chain management. Moreover, inversion of stages by the new bidding law has increased agility in procurement of public works, as prices are analyzed prior to the other documents.


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Construction consortium; Bidding; Road works; Integrated procurement; Design-build contract

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Revista de Administração e Inovação ISSN: 1809-2039