Public procurement

Public procurement

Integrity and transparency in public procurement are essential attributes of good governance in a democratic state. Public procurement is sensitive and exposed to the risk of corruption, therefore it requires control and monitoring by civil society to protect the public interest of citizens. IDIS "Viitorul" considers that civil society plays an important role in the reform of the public procurement system. Therefore, an open dialogue between government, civil society and the business community is the key element of this process. Our main objective is to contribute to increasing the transparency, integrity and efficiency of public procurement in Moldova, as well as the company's confidence that public money is used in the public interest.

  • Evaluating the National Agency for Solving Complaints (ANSC) activity and proposing recommendations in the public procurement process on behalf of the actors involved
    Year: 2018 Author: Viore Pîrvan
    The reform of the public procurement system is necessary to adjust the national system to international standards and to connect it to the Community acquis, in accordance with the commitments undertaken by the Republic of Moldova concurrently with the ratification of the Association Agreement with the European Union. An effective public procurement process requires not only an adequate legislative framework, but also a functional and effective judicial redress system in the interest of all parties who could provide appropriate remedies and solutions in case of legislative violations and violations. Following the changes to the national legal framework on public procurement, a new debt settlement system was set up and the National Debt Settlement Agency was established as a special public administration body mandated to settle claims related to public procurement procedures.
  • Methods to detect and counteract anti-competitive practices within public procurement procedure
    Year: 2018 Author: Viorel Chivriga
    The field of public procurement has advanced significantly in the last period of time. A new Law on public procurement was approved, a series of governmental decisions that underlie the secondary regulatory framework, the Strategy for the development of the public procurement system for the years 2016-202. On the other hand, the National Appeals Settlement Agency has created new institutional background elements. Also, at present, the expansion and development of the electronic procurement system can be observed, which is an effective tool to ensure transparency and efficiency in the field of public procurement.
  • Increasing the efficiency of the public procurement system
    Year: 2014 Author: Angela Secrieru
    The public procurement system (PA) in Moldova is currently facing complex problems, which, as evaluated by the EBRD (2011), determines a low level of compliance of the institutional framework and a medium level of compliance with the legal framework of the PA in Moldova European standards. In PA, the most pronounced shortcomings are recorded at pre-purchase (bottom line), the other two phases (auction and post auction) recording a midline ...
  • Public procurement in the Republic of Moldova - problems, new regulations and expected reforms
    Year: 2016 Author: Diana Enachi, Viorel Chivriga
    In the final evaluation report of the national procurement system, by the World Bank in 2010, the clarification of some aspects of the legal framework should be improved, including: the lack of clear criteria for evaluating the price and quality in selecting bids through contracting. to the authorities, the lack of clear instructions on how the contracting authorities should include measures to prevent fraud and corruption in the tender documents, the lack of provisions defining the conflict of interest and avoiding its rules ...
  • Public Procurement Monitoring Report: identified shortcomings and policy recommendations
    Year: 2016 Author: Diana Enachi, Viorel Chivriga
    Public procurement in Moldova plays an increasingly important role in the economy. The value of the public contracts concluded by the Public Procurement Agency (PPA) in 2014 was 11538.4 million. Lei, representing about 10.3% of GDP (€ 111 757 million). Organizing transparent, non-discriminatory, open and competitive procurement procedures is a necessary condition for quality public services and investments.
  • Creation of the Appeals Settlement Agency - a new stage in the development of the public procurement system
    Year: 2016 Author: Diana Enachi
    PA remedies guarantee transparency, integrity and efficiency in the use of public resources. This system contributes to the implementation of PA policies, while protecting the interests of the private sector. The procurement procedures of unsuccessful bidders should be considered a special category of competitors, in particular because of the challenges facing the opposition to protect the basic principles of public procurement - transparency and fair competition ...

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