Trainings on the Implementation of the Public Procurement Law
July 20, 2021
Continuing to provide technical support to partner local self-governments, the USAID Government Accountability Initiative is conducting a series of trainings on the implementation of the Public Procurement Law. The program contains ten half-day online trainings covering more than 20 topics related to the implementation of the Law. The topics were determined on the basis of surveys of representatives of partner local self-governments in order to ensure that relevant issues are covered, possible doubts are resolved, and avoid the repetition of information that local self-government representatives had the opportunity to receive at trainings in the previous period.
So far, five trainings have been held, while the others will be realized during September 2021.
Materials from previous trainings are available on the website of Government Accountability Initiative, at the following link: Presentations from trainings for the implementation of the Public Procurement Law for local self-governments.
TOPIC 1 – Preparation for the implementation of public procurement procedures
TOPIC 2 – Implementation of the public procurement procedure
TOPIC 1- Public procurement procedures – types, deadlines, most important elements, conditions for implementation
TOPIC 2- Special techniques – framework agreement, electronic catalog, electronic auction
Topic 1- Exceptions from the implementation of the PPL, procurement below the thresholds from Article 27 of the PPL
Topic 2- Social and other special services, social protection services
TOPIC 1 – Criteria for qualitative selection of a business entity and the manner of evidencing, using the capacity of another
TOPIC 2 – Contract award criteria
TOPIC 1 – Expert evaluation of bids and award of contract / suspension of procedure, change of award decision
TOPIC 2 – Execution of contracts and amendments to public procurement contracts
TOPIC 1 – Procedure for the protection of rights
TOPIC 2 – Practice of the Republic Commission for Protection of Rights in Public Procurement Procedures
TOPIC 1- Negotiating procedure without publishing a call for bids
TOPIC 2- Framework agreement
TOPIC 1- Technical specifications – determination, responsibility, method of evidencing
TOPIC 2 – Practice of the Republic Commission – technical specifications
TOPIC 1 – Public procurement portal – errors in handling and filling in, presentation of actions according to the needs of participants.
TOPIC 2 – Public procurement portal – protection of rights
TOPIC 1- The most common reasons for annulment of public procurement procedures by the Republic Commission
TOPIC 2 – The most common irregularities observed by the Public Procurement Office and the State Audit Institution