Public procurement is an area vulnerable to fraud and corruption. Addressing these risks requires the improvement of systems: management systems, integrity systems and processes to strengthen the public system, motivate public officials, and create conditions, laws, processes, and regulations that are clear, easy to apply, and do not lead to misinterpretation.
Find out in the May 22 edition of the "Monitoring Moldova's public procurement" newsletter what are the benefits and risks involved in the draft amendment to the Public Procurement Act registered in Parliament, how many procurements were concluded in 2021, what are the most frequent violations in terms of public procurement and the conditions to be respected in the case of works procurement.
Also in this issue, you will discover the following topics:
NEWS: IDIS "Viitorul" presents the updated edition of the Public Procurement Monitoring Guide
NEWS: Values of public works contracts adjusted by new mechanisms
OPINION: Vadim Turcan: "Technical and professional capacity essential for determining similar experience in public works procurement"
LEGISLATION: Benefits and risks of the draft amendment to the Law on Public Procurement registered in Parliament
ANALYSIS: Procurement of more than 8 billion lei concluded by Moldovan public authorities in 2021
INTEGRITY: Diana Enachi: "Where there is a lack of transparency, sanctions, and control, public procurement risks fraud"
CONTROL: Who checks the legality of public procurement and what are the most common violations
PUBLIC MONEY: "Dedicated" purchases: Car dealers' one-off bids for municipalities' indigo requirements
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)