Guide to country specific elements on public procurement: Estonia

The current guide was elaborated under the activities of the TENDERIO project. TENDERIO project is funded by the COSME program of the European Union (Grant Agreement No 739966) and aims to increase SMEs’ access to public procurement in EU. This guide is addressed to SMEs and to any other economic operator interested in participating in …

How to get your Invoices to UK Government Departments paid in 30 days

An article by Mike Barnes. The current UK Government policy is for central government to pay 80% of undisputed invoices within 5 days. This is not a legal requirement. Legally suppliers can claim statutory interest for payments made more than 30 days after receipt of the invoice. The contracting authority is obliged to pay invoices …

Guide to country specific elements on public procurement: Ireland

  The current guide was elaborated under the activities of the TENDERIO project. The TENDERIO project is funded by the COSME programme of the European Union (Grant Agreement No 739966) and aims to increase access to public procurement opportunities for SMEs in the EU. This guide is addressed to SMEs and to any other economic …

What can SMEs expect when trading with Japan’s government agencies?

Quite logically, different regions have differing rules and regulations concerning public procurement. While some are more open to international public trading, others pose a number of barriers that make the process a tad more complicated – as is the case in Japan. For the sense of comparison, check out the previous two posts: Public procurement regulation …

Guide to country specific elements on public procurement: United Kingdom

  The current guide was elaborated under the activities of the TENDERIO project. The TENDERIO project is funded by the COSME programme of the European Union (Grant Agreement No 739966) and aims to increase access to public procurement opportunities for SMEs in the EU. This guide is addressed to SMEs and to any other economic …

PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS AND CONCESSIONS IN SERBIA – Manual

A Manual by Slavica Joković. With particular reference to the Law on Public-Private Partnership and Concessions in Serbia, this book is a practical introduction to the elements of public-private partnerships. The book gives a review of this Law`s relevant provisions concerning definitions, general principles, the Public-Private Partnership Commission, protection of rights, resolution of disputes and …

Guide to country specific elements on public procurement: Czech Republic

The current guide was elaborated under the activities of the TENDERIO project. TENDERIO project is funded by the COSME program of the European Union (Grant Agreement No 739966) and aims to increase SMEs’ access to public procurement in EU. This guide is addressed to SMEs and to any other economic operator interested in participating in …

Roadmap joint or coordinated procurement strategy

A Roadmap developed by project PPI4WASTE. Taking into account the results of other activities and reports, PPI4Waste partners prepared a roadmap for a joint or coordinated procurement strategy, defined and agreed in collaboration with several experts in the field of waste management and with members of the Purchasing Community. The purpose of this document is …

Guide to country specific elements on public procurement: Slovakia

  The current guide was elaborated under the activities of the TENDERIO project. TENDERIO project is funded by the COSME program of the European Union (Grant Agreement No 739966) and aims to increase SMEs’ access to public procurement in EU. This guide is addressed to SMEs and to any other economic operator interested in participating …

WINNING PUBLIC PROCUREMENT CONTRACTS IN SERBIA – Manual by Slavica Joković

This eBook analyses public procurement opportunities, rules and procedures in Serbia, with particular reference to the new legislative framework. It highlights public procurement policy, including choice of participants and award of contracts, as well as information about bidding process and Public Procurement Development Strategy. Furthermore, the book gives a review of some key explanations that …