Public Procurement Regulation

Public Procurement Regulation: An Introduction

2010 | EU Asia Inter University Network for Teaching and Research in Public Procurement Regulation

This book provides an introduction to the subject of regulating public procurement. It focuses, in particular, on principles and policies of regulation and on the approach to regulation adopted in the instruments of UNICITRAL, in particular the UNICITRAL model law on procurement of goods, construction and services. The text is an useful introduction to the subject of lawyers, procurement officials and policy makers. This book was prepared as a part of a collaborative project in higher education, the EU Asia Inter University Network for Teaching and Research in Public Procurement Regulation 2009-11, funded by the EU. This project involved several universities in Europe and Asia and has sought to promote and support the teaching of public procurement in Europe, Asia and Globally. It defines the three phases of procurement process as : i. Procurement Planning, ii. Placing contract (involving choosing the contracting partner, terms on which goods and services are to be provided); and iii. The process of administering the contract to ensure effective performance.

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