Aleksandra Litričin and Saša Varinac conducted online trainings for bidders in organization of USAID GAI and the Serbian Bidders Association
USAID GAI Published a Handbook for Local Self-Governments – Frequently Asked Questions and Answers about the Implementation of the Public Procurement Law
Handbook for Local Self-Governments contains questions and answers that were brought up and discussed during the public procurement trainings held by Saša Varinac and Aleksandra Litričin
Aleksandra Litričin – Program director of the Toplica Center for Democracy and Human Rights
New version of Public Procurement Portal includes functionalities of browsing and searching of public procurements in English language as well as support for preparing the tender documentation in English language and submission of tenders or parts of the tenders in foreign language.
The new Rulebook of the contents of Register of bidders and documentation to be attached to the application to register a bidder entered into force on 29th February 2020., and is effective as of 1st March 2020.
The new Law on Public Procurement was published in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia No. 91/19 of December 24th 2019.
Harmonisation of the Law on Public-Private Partnerships and Concessions with the Concessions Directive 2014/23/EU
To ensure full harmonisation of the LPPPC with Directive 2014/23/EU, this Law is currently undergoing a thorough overhaul, which will see this major legislative area fully harmonised with acquis communautaire, in particular the Concessions Directive 2014/23/EU
A Comment on the new Public Procurement Law is currently in the works and will be published by Paragraf Lex doo Beograd
Deputies at the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia are currently debating the draft new Public Procurement Law, which is set to be passed in next months. Once enacted, the new Law will introduce significant changes to the existing public procurement rules at all levels of its application.