Notices

Notice G.E.O. 72/2009

G.E.O. no. 72 from 17.06.2009 which amends and supplements G.E.O. no. 34/2006 regarding the award of public procurement contracts, public works concession and services concession contracts came into force.

Notice 05.01.2010

  • In the year 2009, the National Council for Solving Complaints registered a number of complaints higher with 41,45% in comparison with the year 2008. View chart…
  • The National Council for Solving Complaints issued, in the year 2009, a number of 7360 decisions (that is 9019 resolved complaints) against which only 89 appeals (that is 1,21%) were sustained by the Court of Appeal. View chart…
  • In the year 2009, the National Council for Solving Complaints registered 34,27% more documents in comparison with the year 2008. View chart…
  • The National Council for Solving Complaints, during the year 2009 resolved 38,39% more complaints in comparison with the year 2008. View chart…
  • The National Council for Solving Complaints issued, in the year 2009, a number of 7360 decisions (that is 9019 resolved complaints). View chart…

Notice G.D. 834/2009

Goverment Decision no 834/2009 which amends and supplements Goverment Decision no. 925/2006 for approving the application norms of the provisions referring to the award of public procurement contracts from the Goverment Emergency Ordinance no. 34/2006 regarding the award of public procurement contracts, public works concession contracts and services concession came into force.

Notice 12.01.2010

During the year 2009, the average time for solving a complaint at the National Council for Solving Complaints was of 19 days. View chart…

Notice 09.04.2009

Starting with the date when G.E.M. no.19/2009 came into force, appeals against the Decisions issued by N.C.S.C. must be forwarded to the competent court, that is The Court of Appeal, administrative-claim dispute and fiscal section, under which jurisdiction the contracting authority social headquarter is situated, in 10 days term from the communication.

Notice G.E.O. 19/2009

Government Emergency Ordinance 19 from 07.03.2009 came into force, it amends and completes Government Emergency Ordinance 34/2006 regarding some measures adopted in the legislation from the field of public procurement.

 

 

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