Strengthening credit information management and standardizing construction market order
In order to accelerate the construction of the credit system of the construction market, standardize the order of the construction market and create a market environment of fair competition, integrity and law-abiding, the Ministry of housing and urban rural development recently issued the Interim Measures for the credit management of the construction market (hereinafter referred to as the Interim Measures), requiring local competent departments of housing and urban rural construction at all levels to identify, collect, review and Update and disclose the credit information of all parties in the construction market within the administrative region. The relevant person in charge of the construction market supervision department of the Ministry interpreted the relevant contents of the interim measures.
According to the person in charge, for a long time, the field of housing and urban-rural construction has actively explored and promoted the construction of the integrity system of the construction market and achieved certain results, but there are still some prominent problems, such as insufficient disclosure and sharing of credit information of market subjects, prominent problem of information Island, non-standard credit evaluation behavior, local barriers set up in individual regions through credit management, etc. In order to solve these outstanding problems, the Ministry of housing and urban rural development launched the drafting of the interim measures, held document drafting seminars for many times, invited key personnel and industry experts in charge of the construction of integrity system in some provinces and cities, put forward work suggestions on the credit management of the construction market, and solicited opinions from the whole country for many times.
The interim measures has 7 chapters and 30 articles, with six highlights.
■ Highlight 1: credit information disclosure
Disclosure of bad credit information for 6 months to 3 years
In order to solve the problems of untimely and incomplete disclosure of credit information of market subjects, the interim measures clearly defines the definition of credit information, that is, credit information includes basic information, good credit information and bad credit information; Strengthen the collection and management of credit information, require centralized collection of credit information relying on the public service platform of construction market supervision, clarify the responsibility of information collection, especially strengthen the verification of project information; It stipulates that the credit information shall be centrally disclosed through the public service platform, and defines the disclosure period, that is, the basic information shall be disclosed for a long time, the excellent credit information shall be generally disclosed for 3 years, and the bad credit information shall be generally disclosed for 6 months to 3 years.
■ Highlight 2: credit information sharing
Give full play to the role of public service platform for national construction market supervision
In order to further improve the credit records of market entities, establish a credit information collection and sharing mechanism, and give full play to the role of the national public service platform for construction market supervision, the interim measures require all provincial competent departments of housing and urban rural construction to push the good and bad credit information of market entities to the national public service platform for construction market supervision. At the same time, strengthen the contact with relevant departments, promote the interconnection of credit information systems, and establish an information sharing mechanism.
■ Highlight 3: classified supervision of enterprises
Trustworthy incentive and dishonest punishment
The interim measures require the competent departments of housing and urban rural development at all levels to make full use of the national public service platform for the supervision of the construction market, establish an incentive mechanism for keeping promises and a disciplinary mechanism for breaking promises, implement classified supervision over enterprises, implement incentive measures for those with good credit, and take disciplinary measures for those with serious breaking promises in accordance with the law. It also stipulates that relevant units or individuals shall use credit information according to law and shall not use information beyond the disclosure period. In addition, the local competent departments of housing and urban rural construction at all levels shall also establish a mechanism for handling objections, complaints and reports of credit information, and timely make changes in credit information through the public service platform of construction market supervision.
■ Highlight 4: establish a "blacklist" system
It can be removed at the expiration of 1 year
The interim measures require the establishment of a "blacklist" system for construction market entities, and specify the standards and conditions for inclusion in the "blacklist" of construction market entities, which will be made public to the public through the public service platform for construction market supervision. The management period of the "blacklist" of construction market entities is one year, and they can be removed from the list at the expiration of the period. For those listed in the "blacklist" of construction market entities, disciplinary measures shall be taken, restrictions shall be imposed on market access, qualification management, bidding and other aspects according to law, and other departments shall be notified to implement joint punishment.
■ Highlight 5: standardize credit evaluation behavior
Local credit barriers shall not be set
At present, credit evaluation has been carried out in most places, but some evaluation behaviors are not standardized, and even local protection is implemented through credit evaluation. In order to solve these problems, the interim measures specifically stipulates credit evaluation: first, clarify the subject of credit evaluation, that is, the competent department of housing and urban rural construction can carry out credit evaluation of the construction market, and encourage third-party institutions to carry out credit evaluation. Second, it stipulates the main contents of credit evaluation and the application scope of evaluation results, and requires that the credit evaluation methods, standards and results be made public on the provincial construction market supervision integration working platform and accept social supervision. Third, in accordance with the principles of openness, fairness and impartiality, formulate credit evaluation standards, do not discriminate against foreign enterprises or individuals, do not set up credit barriers, and encourage construction units to evaluate the performance of contractors.
■ Highlight 6: strengthen supervision
Poor implementation of regular verification was notified
The interim measures require the provincial competent departments of housing and urban rural development to appoint special personnel or entrust special institutions to be responsible for the collection, release and push of credit information. The Ministry of housing and urban rural development will establish a random inspection and notification system for the promotion of credit information in the construction market, regularly verify the reporting of credit information by the competent departments of housing and urban rural development at the provincial level, and notify the areas where the work is not implemented effectively. At the same time, the staff of the competent department of housing and urban rural development are required to perform their duties in strict accordance with the law.