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Регулиране в областта на обществените поръчки в България
Public Procurement Regulation in Bulgaria

Author(s): Stanislava Tzvetkova
Subject(s): Economy, Law, Constitution, Jurisprudence, National Economy, Law on Economics, EU-Legislation
Published by: Университет за национално и световно стопанство (УНСС)
Keywords: Public procurement; Regulatory authorities; Guidelines for enforcement of the Law
Summary/Abstract: The process of spending public funds, its expediency and transparency are of high public interest, both at local and European level. In the context of a modern open society, with a strong civic attitude and a great deal of access to information, the question of how, why and how much public money is spent on obtaining a good is essential for the population. European and local institutions face the challenge of improving the process of good allocation of resources, improving the quality of their goods and achieving an optimally high level of public utility and transparency. Also it’s a challenge for contracting authorities to monitor changes in the legal framework and case law, and they often examine the views and reports of control bodies that bring clarity in law enforcement practice.