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Introduction to EU Public Procurement

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    Free and fair competition between suppliers Guiding rules of European public procurement: o Transparency o Proportionality o Equal Treatment o Non-Discrimination Scope: o Government Organisation o Works, Goods and Services Introduction to European Public Procurement Topic: Overview of the European Public Procurement Process Let's summarise the important points covered in the Overview of the European Public Procurement Process topic

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    Introduction to European Public Procurement Topic: Fundamentals of European Public Procurement Let's summaries the important points covered in the Fundamentals of European Public Procurement topic. The European Public Procurement rules focus on stimulating free and fair competition between suppliers, thereby forcing them to innovate and produce better quality products at lower prices. The EU principles of transparency, proportionality, equal treatment, and non-discrimination are the guiding rules of European public procurement. Care should be taken to apply these rules as much as possible throughout the entire procurement process. Transparency means visibility and openness at every stage of the procurement process, including records open for inspection by internal and external auditors. Equal treatment means that buyers treat all suppliers in a fair and equal manner. Nondiscrimination means that public bodies in one member state must not do anything to make it more difficult for suppliers from other member states from bidding for a contract. Proportionality means that contracting authorities should not impose conditions that are disproportionate to the requirements of the contract. The rules only apply to public bodies and government organisations of every European member state, for the purchase of works, goods and services above a monetary threshold level. Fundamentals of European Public Procurement • Free and fair competition between suppliers Guiding rules of European public procurement: o Transparency o Proportionality o Equal Treatment o Non-Discrimination Scope: o Government Organisation o Works, Goods and Services Introduction to European Public Procurement Topic: Overview of the European Public Procurement Process Let's summarise the important points covered in the Overview of the European Public Procurement Process topic. The European Public Procurement process can be divided into two broad steps, Pre and Post Publication, the turning point being the publication of the purchase when you formally turn to the market. The steps before publication are developing specifications followed by running through a 5-step preparation plan, which involves determining the kind of purchase, estimating the contract value, choosing a procurement procedure, developing selection and award criteria. This internal phase ends with the RFT document. After publication and once the RFT is out, care should be taken how you communicate with suppliers, how to evaluate the tenders and how to award the contract. Throughout the procurement process, you should be prudent that every step is in strict accordance to the guiding principles. European Public Procurement Process: • The process can be divided in two broad steps, pre and post publication. Publication is a turning point (intern to external). Every step should be in strict accordance to the guiding principles

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