Isabel Gutiérrez: "Many companies do not submit offers because they do not understand the administrative language"

The head of the Contracting Service of the Cabildo de Gran Canaria gives a workshop at Campus MAPAS, and warns that "professionals must familiarize themselves with the new tools"

"The idea is to convey how a contracting procedure should be approached in an accessible language, because we want to prevent tenders from being deserted," says the expert

Approach the mechanisms of administrative contracting to professionals in the performing arts and music with "simple language and without abusing technicalities". This is the premise of the workshop Public recruitment of professionals from the cultural sector, that on Thursday, June 2, in the Josefina de la Torre room, of the Cuyás Theater, in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria; and on Friday, June 3, in the Pérez Minik room of Espacio La Granja, in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, the expert on the subject, Isabel Gutiérrez Santana, will give a lecture as part of the program of Campus MAPS, between 9.00 and 13.00 hours. This forum is one of the training windows of the Mercado de las Artes Performativas del Atlántico Sur, MAPAS, organized by the Government of the Canary Islands, the Cabildo de Gran Canaria, the Cabildo de Tenerife, unahoramenos and Circulart, which is held in Gran Canaria and Tenerife from 4 to July 9.

"The idea is to convey how a contracting procedure should be approached in an accessible language, because we want to prevent tenders from being deserted," he says. Isabel Gutiérrez Santana, expert in public sector contracting, who has performed her duties in the General Intervention and Contracting Services of the Cabildo de Gran Canaria, and who is currently Head of the Contracting Service and Secretary of the Permanent Contracting Table of the Insular Corporation. According to Gutiérrez Santana, "many companies do not submit offers because they are unaware of the procedure, they do not understand the administrative language."

To correct this situation, Campus MAPAS is committed to encouraging the participation of professionals from the cultural sector in the contracting procedures called by the Cabildo de Gran Canaria and other institutions. To do this, tools will be provided in this workshop that allow interested parties to understand the current legislation, and what are the correct steps to avoid failing in the company. “We provide the necessary tools so that the projects can be presented successfully”, highlights Isabel Gutiérrez Santana.

“It is a challenge”, states the expert from the Cabildo, while qualifying as “very necessary” to train the sector in training proposals such as those offered by Campus MAPAS. "This is intended to promote free competition and encourage the participation of small and medium-sized enterprises, and we have to do more actions like this," he says. In his opinion, "Contract Law is not an easy task, and professionals must become familiar with the new digital tools, and situations arise in which files are dismissed due to formal defects."

Campus MAPAS programming continues on June 9 and 10 with Ana Belén Santiago and Octavio Arbeláez who will speak on How to make participation in Markets and Fairs effective; On June 16 and 17, Pepe Zapata will teach Digital Marketing and New Platforms; and on June 30 and July 1, Patricia Carrera will speak about Musical Synchronization. The public and professionals interested in participating in this workshop and the next ones can formalize their registration through the platform form.

 

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