PUBLIC PROCUREMENT. Adem KARABAYIR Deputy General Director Ministry of Finance « The New Public Procurement Procedures and Instruments » 5 -6 February 2008 Ankara. OVERVIEW . Historical evolution of Public Procurement
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Deputy General Director
Ministry of Finance
« The New Public ProcurementProcedures and Instruments »5-6February 2008 Ankara
As a result of all of the above-mentioned reasons, an extensive and comprehensive reform was made and Public Procurement Law (4734) and Public Procurement Contracts Law (4735) were drafted and adopted on 01.01.2003.
With the Public Procurement Law, following basic principles are aimed in the area of procurement:
With the Public Procurement Law which aims at establishing a transparent, competitive and auditable public procurement system with efficient use of public resources,:
The Public Procurement Authority is established in accordance with Law no: 4734.
Duties of PPA;
PUBLIC PROCUREMENT CONTRACTS LAW no: 4735 Public Procurement in early 2000s
Benchmark 1: In order to facilitate the legislative alignment process and the negotiations to be made in the area of public procurement, Turkey should guarantee that an institution/organisation is assigned for the pre-accession period to ensure coherent policies in all the areas of public procurement and to guide the general implementation, in other words, to guarantee a coherent implementation of the public procurement policies.
Benchmark 2: First of all, Turkey should harmonise the scope of its legislation regarding entities and contracts with the scope of EC Directives 2004/17 and 2004/18 and should remove exceptions which are not in line with the Community legislation.
d) Submission of an action plan aiming at removing the provisions in favour of domestic tenderers except for those related to the prices, which presents economical and statistical data, a list of existing direct or indirect measures in favour of domestic tenderers and the steps to be taken and the calendar for the removal of these measures.
Following legal arrangements are planned to be realised by 31/12/2008:
Objectives: It is aimed to regulate the procurement proceedings of the institutions and bodies operating in water, energy, transport and postal services sectors in line with the EU legislation, regardless of their legal status (public or private enterprise). Therefore, the institutions or bodies operating in these sectors will be subject to a more flexible regime than the classical public procurement rules.
Objective: Filling in the gaps in our legislation and in practical implementations in line with EU Directives and other contemporary norms, and creating an alignment with the EU legislation in the scope and exceptions of our public procurement legislation.
Objective: A legal arrangement is aimed to be made related to the tendering procedures to be applied for awarding concessions. Within this regard, compliance will be ensured in concession contracts with EU norms and other contemporary norms.
Objective: is to start the application of e-procurement which is regulated under Law 4734.
This draft has recently been submitted to the Prime Ministry. It covers:
Changes planned to be introduced are:
Thank you… and THEIR OBJECTIVES