• 19-March-2013

    Moldovian/Romanian, PDF, 403kb

    Selecting Economic Operators (Policy brief No. 7, January 2011, Romanian)

    This brief gives an overview about the relevant rules of Public Procurement Directives which significantly limit a contracting authority’s discretion in this area. It also provides a checklist of the main points that should be addressed when defining the overall strategy for the selection of economic operators.

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  • 19-March-2013

    Moldovian/Romanian, PDF, 423kb

    Which Contracts are Covered by the Procurement Directives? (Policy brief No. 4, January 2011, Romanian)

    The EU Public Procurement Directives cover three main types of contracts: works, supplies and services including design contests. This brief gives an overview of these different types of contracts, and contract classification as well as exemptions from the scope of the Directives.

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  • 19-March-2013

    Moldovian/Romanian, Excel, 438kb

    Public Procurement in the EU (Policy brief No. 1, January 2011, Romanian)

    This brief provides a description of the legal framework of the EU public procurement system: two “procedural” Directives for the public sector (2004/18/EC) and for the utilities sector (2004/17/EC), and two other “remedies” Directives (89/66/EEC, 92/13/EEC, both amended by Directive 2007/66/EC). Additionally, Directive 2009/81/EC applies to the procurement of military supplies, works and services.

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  • 4-March-2013

    Moldovian/Romanian, PDF, 430kb

    Contract Management (Policy brief No. 22, September 2011, Romanian)

    Contracts are frequently complex, may involve multiple actors, may last a long time and may consume many resources. It is therefore vital that they are properly managed. SIGMA Brief 22 first describes the process of contract management and then presents contract management in practice and post-contract performance review.

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  • 29-September-2010

    Moldovian/Romanian, PDF, 1,154kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 44: Sustainability of Civil Service Reforms in Central and Eastern Europe Five Years After EU Accession (2009, Romanian)

    This paper examines the fate of civil service reforms that Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries undertook to prepare themselves for the EU accession that took place in May 2004 (5th EU enlargement).

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  • 19-June-2007

    Moldovian/Romanian, PDF, 788kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 43: Organising the Central State Administration: Policies & Instruments (2007, Romanian)

    One of this paper’s main purposes is to provide bases for policy advice to policy‑makers on the drafting of legislation on the organisation and functioning of the state administration.

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  • 28-March-2007

    Moldovian/Romanian, PDF, 827kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 38: Political Advisors and Civil Servants in European Countries (2007, Romanian)

    While defining appropriate roles for political advisers is a highly relevant topic in most democracies and especially in EU non member States, as well as candidate and CARDS countries today, surprisingly little comparative information exists.

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  • 21-December-2006

    Moldovian/Romanian, PDF, 1,202kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 36: Conflict-of-Interest Policies and Practices in Nine EU Member States (2005, Romanian)

    This paper provides descriptive data and an analytical overview of approaches to managing conflicts of interest in the public sector of nine European countries — France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Poland, Portugal, Spain and the United Kingdom. It also provides some conclusions that are worth taking into account when reforming policies and instruments to improve regulations and practices on conflict of interest.

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  • 29-June-2004

    Moldovian/Romanian, PDF, 565kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 35: Co-ordination at the Centre of Government (2004, Romanian)

    This paper describes and analyses the functions and organisation of government offices in a comparative context, covering OECD member countries, central and eastern European countries (CEECs), and countries of the Western Balkans (ex-Yugoslavia and Albania). The analysis is based on information gathered by SIGMA and GOV since the mid 1990’s, supplemented by results of a written questionnaire administered by SIGMA and GOV in 2003.

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  • 28-June-2004

    Moldovian/Romanian, PDF, 687kb

    SIGMA Paper No. 34: Achieving High Quality in the Work of Supreme Audit Institutions (2004, Romanian)

    This paper focuses primarily on the issue of how to achieve high quality in the audit process. In addition to describing the types of procedures needed to achieve quality, however, it discusses basic principles and those matters of institutional management that create an environment that encourages high quality in an State audit institution’s work.

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