The task is to work for an effective and socially and environmentally sustainable public procurement to the benefit of the society and the participants in the markets.About public procurement on The National Agency for Public Procurement´s website (link to another web site)
The National Agency for Public Procurement has an overall responsibility for developing and supporting the procurement carried out by the contracting authorities and entities.
The National Agency for Public Procurement
The public procurement rules
The aim of the procurement rules is to ensure that contracting authorities use public funds to finance public purchases in the best possible way by seeking out and taking advantage of competition in the relevant market in order to get a good deal.About the public procurement rules on The National Agency for Public Procurement´s website (link to another web site)
Tendering rules and procedures
As a business registered in the EU, you have the right to compete for public contracts in other EU countries. EU law sets minimum harmonised rules that apply to tenders above a certain value.Tendering rules and procedures on Your Europes´website (link to another web site)