• 7-November-2018

    Serbian, PDF, 2,917kb

    Principles of Public Administration for EU candidate countries and potential candidates (SIGMA 2017, Serbian)

    The Principles define what good governance entails in practice and outline the main requirements that countries should follow during the European integration process. They also feature a monitoring framework, enabling regular analysis of progress in applying the Principles and setting country benchmarks.

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  • 7-November-2018

    Bosnian, PDF, 2,264kb

    Principles of Public Administration for EU candidate countries and potential candidates (SIGMA 2017, Bosnian)

    The Principles define what good governance entails in practice and outline the main requirements that countries should follow during the European integration process. They also feature a monitoring framework, enabling regular analysis of progress in applying the Principles and setting country benchmarks.

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  • 25-July-2017

    Bosnian, PDF, 375kb

    In-house Procurement and Public/Public Co-operation (Policy brief No. 39, September 2016, Bosnian)

    This public procurement brief explains to what extent and in which conditions a contracting authority is free to apply in-house exceptions without breaching the public procurement rules.

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  • 25-July-2017

    Bosnian, PDF, 397kb

    Contract Modifications (Policy brief No. 38, September 2016, Bosnian)

    It is not generally permitted for a contracting authority and an economic operator to agree to change an existing contract. The terms of the concluded contract should reflect the commitments made in the offer that was selected as the most economically advantageous.

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  • 25-July-2017

    Bosnian, PDF, 328kb

    Subcontracting (Policy brief No. 37, September 2016, Bosnian)

    Subcontracting occurs when an economic operator that has been awarded a public contract entrusts another entity with the performance of part of the works or services that are the subject matter of that contract.

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  • 25-July-2017

    Serbian, PDF, 367kb

    In-house Procurement and Public/Public Co-operation (Policy brief No. 39, September 2016, Serbian)

    This public procurement brief explains to what extent and in which conditions a contracting authority is free to apply in-house exceptions without breaching the public procurement rules.

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  • 25-July-2017

    Serbian, PDF, 322kb

    Subcontracting (Policy brief No. 37, September 2016, Serbian)

    Subcontracting occurs when an economic operator that has been awarded a public contract entrusts another entity with the performance of part of the works or services that are the subject matter of that contract. Read more.

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  • 25-July-2017

    Serbian, PDF, 386kb

    Contract Modifications (Policy brief No. 38, September 2016, Serbian)

    It is not generally permitted for a contracting authority and an economic operator to agree to change an existing contract. The terms of the concluded contract should reflect the commitments made in the offer that was selected as the most economically advantageous. Read more.

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  • 25-July-2017

    Serbian, PDF, 358kb

    Division of Contracts into Lots (Policy brief No. 36, September 2016, Serbian)

    One of the main choices in public procurement is to determine whether the works, supplies or services that are the subject matter of the procurement are to be acquired by using one contract or by using a number of separate contracts or lots, which may be awarded and performed by different economic operators. Read more.

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  • 25-July-2017

    Serbian, PDF, 319kb

    Abnormally Low Tenders (Policy brief No. 35, September 2016, Serbian)

    Contracting authorities may argue that the least expensive offer ensures the achievement of the important financial goal of budgetary savings. Read more.

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