Good governance / Public Procurement

This section details initiatives to make government a competitive advantage. It includes analysis and reports of government initiatives, as well as data on accountability and performance measures.

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20th July 2018 / Good governance / Public Procurement


Invitation: Conference Social responsibility and quality in public procurement

The conference Social responsibility and quality in public procurement will be held on September 20, 2018, 9 AM - 17 PM, at the Congress Centre of the Czech National Bank, Senovážné náměstí 30, Prague 1, and is organized by the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs and the Ministry of Agriculture of the Czech Republic.
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8th June 2017 / Good governance / Public Procurement


AmCham CZ: How much courage do we need for good quality public procurement? workshop on June 6 in Jihlava - presentations and photos

On June 6, about 50 representatives of hospitals and medical devices companies met to attend the presentations and workshop How much courage do we need for good quality public procurement? about implementation of MEAT quality criteria public procurement in hospitals.
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11th May 2017 / Good governance / Public Procurement


NFPK: Position on “Snail Trick”

The Anticorruption Endowment (NFPK) has warned of a long-term absurd practice that allows the Office for the Protection of Competition (UOHS) to thwart any business complaints about the breach of public procurement rules by employing what we call “Snail Trick”. This obstruction is made perfectly possible by long delays between ÚOHS rulings and the quick pace of signing an agreement between the principal and the “chosen” applicant.
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4th April 2017 / Good governance / Public Procurement


Interview with Transport Minister Ťok: „We have a systemic problem that has more to do with our political and commercial culture than it does with the public procurement law.“

Dan Ťok accepted the post of Minister of Transportation after a long and successful career in business. Before entering politics, he chaired The Platform for Transparent Procurement, which pushed for better quality in procurement through increased planning and accountability. The Sobotka government was in the middle of its term when he joined, and his two year stay in office is scheduled to end at the end of the year. Recently, Minister Ťok traveled to Washington, DC, and Chicago to meet with government and business on the future of transportation, and helped lead a discussion in Prague on whether public procurement reform has resulted in better delivery of public services. Ťok answered a few questions after the workshop. Verze v češtině uvnitř.
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