Стратегия на Европейската комисия
за обществените поръчки. Възприемане на европейските приоритети в областта на обществените поръчки от Република България
European Commission Public Procurement Strategy. Adoption of the European priorities in the field of public procurement by the Republic of Bulgaria.
Subject(s): Economy, Law, Constitution, Jurisprudence, Business Economy / Management, Law on Economics, Public Finances, Commercial Law
Published by: Университет за национално и световно стопанство (УНСС)
Keywords: European Union; public procurement; public procurement Strategy; priorities.
Summary/Abstract: Within the European Union, a very large percentage of public investment is spent through public procurement. This trend has a significant impact on the financial costs of the Union, which is why a number of measures have been taken to create an adequate and flexible legal framework to ensure the delivery of better and more efficient public procurement. Some of these measures are aimed at adopting appropriate acts in the field, such as: Directive 2007/66 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council, Directives 89/665 / EEC and 92/13 / EEC, the Single Market Strategy (COM (2015)) 550), as well as the European Commission‘s 2017 Public Procurement Strategy. The latter document is important for improving European practices in the field, as it defines priorities in Community policy with regard to public procurement. The Bulgarian legislator should be well acquainted with the European legal framework for public procurement with a view to its proper application in national law.
- Issue Year: 3/2018
- Issue No: 3
- Page Range: 39-54
- Page Count: 16
- Language: Bulgarian