• 5-May-2022

    Macedonian, PDF, 2,329kb

    Organisation of public administration: Agency governance, autonomy and accountability (SIGMA Paper No. 63, 2021, Macedonian)

    This paper provides a detailed analysis of EU acquis requirements for national regulatory agencies. Recommendations for better organisation of public administration are provided, based on the empirical analysis and lessons learned from SIGMA experience.

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  • 20-September-2021

    Macedonian, PDF, 1,454kb

    Implementation of laws on general administrative procedure in the Western Balkans (SIGMA Paper No. 62, 2021, Macedonian)

    Macedonian version of SIGMA Paper 62. This Paper provides a comparative analysis of the implementation of laws on administrative procedure adopted recently in five Western Balkan administrations. It offers practical experiences from the Western Balkans as well as from EU and OECD member countries that can be used to further enhance the functioning of the administration.

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  • 28-May-2019

    Macedonian, PDF, 694kb

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

    This report provides a detailed definition of good public administration that the Western Balkan countries and Turkey should be aiming for as European Union accession countries. These principles supplement the European Commission Enlargement package, which defined public administration reform as a pillar of the enlargement process.

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  • 7-November-2018

    Macedonian, PDF, 2,541kb

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

    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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  • 24-July-2017

    Macedonian, PDF, 374kb

    Monitoring of Public Procurement (Policy brief No. 27, September 2016, Macedonian)

    This brief gives an overview of EU requirements concerning monitoring, the purpose and role of monitoring as well as types of monitoring. Finally, the Brief gives examples of monitoring in European Union member states.

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  • 24-July-2017

    Macedonian, PDF, 382kb

    Which Contracts are Covered by the Procurement Directives? (Policy brief No. 4, September 2016, Macedonian)

    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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  • 24-July-2017

    Macedonian, PDF, 417kb

    Organising Central Public Procurement Functions (Policy brief No. 26, September 2016, Macedonian)

    This brief analyses these key central public procurement functions and the existing structural models in the European Union Member States. It also gives an overview of the potential assets and shortcomings of functions carried out by central public procurement structures.

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  • 24-July-2017

    Macedonian, PDF, 485kb

    Establishing Procurement Review Bodies (Policy brief No. 25, September 2016, Macedonian)

    This brief provides a description of the main institutional models implemented in member states of the EU and highlights the key requirements provided in the EU Directives and relevant case law of the Court of Justice of the EU. It also addresses aspects of good practice.

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  • 24-July-2017

    Macedonian, PDF, 315kb

    Incorporating Social Considerations into Procurement (Policy brief No. 14, September 2016, Macedonian)

    This brief offers guidance for Contracting Authorities on what can be considered as social considerations (e.g. reducing unemployment, preventing the use of child labour) and how these considerations can be incorporated into the procurement process in line with EU law.

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  • 24-July-2017

    Macedonian, PDF, 319kb

    Incorporating Environmental Considerations into Procurement (Policy brief No. 13, September 2016, Macedonian)

    This brief offers guidance for Contracting Authorities on what can be considered as environmental considerations (e.g. increasing the energy efficiency of buildings, encouraging the development of alternative energy sources) and how these considerations can be incorporated into the procurement process in line with EU law.

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