Public procurements of works are probably the most complex procedures in terms of awarding documentation. According to the 2020 report of the Public Procurement Agency, the procurement of works represents over 4.5 billion lei, which constitutes approximately 50% of the total value of awarded contracts. The conduct of public procurement of works requires rigorous additional planning and the involvement of construction specialists. At the same time, a specific area that is not covered are the consulting services and here we talk about advising the beneficiary's representative, namely the technical manager and copyright controller, believes Vadim Turcan, Public procurement expert.
Find out from the December issue of the "Monitoring Moldova's public procurement" newsletter what needs to be improved in terms of public works procurement in Moldova, what are the challenges of the new functionalities of the MTender system, what risks threaten the integrity of public procurement, how you can monitor purchases in your locality with the help of public spending map and other interesting news.
Also in this issue you will discover the following topics:
LEGISLATIVE NEWS: The new Standard Documentation for Public Procurement of Goods and Services has been published
NEWS: The public money spending map – a tool to help you monitor the local procurements
UNITARY PRACTICES: NACS has developed a unitary practice to facilitate the public procurement process
ELECTRONIC PROCUREMENTS: New features versus MTender electronic procurement priorities
INTERVIEW: Vadim Țurcan: "Public procurement of works requires rigorous planning, knowledge of legislation and the involvement of construction specialists"
TRAINING: Over 40 civil society representatives strengthened their capacity in public procurement monitoring
REPORT: Risk assessment for increasing the integrity in Moldova’s public procurement
AUDIT: The audit on public procurement at the Ministry of Education, Culture and Research, discussed in Parliamentary Committee
More information can be found in the full version of the Newsletter
This newsletter is prepared within the project “Increasing the integrity in public procurement”, implemented by Institute for Development and Social Initiatives (IDIS) "Viitorul", in partnership with Partnership for Transparency Fund (PTF).