The Reform of the European Legislation in the Field of Public Procurement and Its Recent Transposition in the Romanian Law

Curentul juridic (The Juridical Current Journal), no. 3/2017, pp. 13-32

20 Pages Posted: 12 Oct 2017

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Irina Alexe

Legal Research Institute of the Romanian Academy

Date Written: September 12, 2017

Abstract

The recently adopted legislative package, aiming to reform the public procurement field within the European Union, required its transposition in each member state. In 2016, the competent authorities adopted, at the primary level, several legislative acts in order to regulate the field, while at the secondary level other legislative acts were issued in order to enforce the aforementioned primary legislation. Almost one year after enforcement, several questions arose concerning the correctness of the transposition, as well as its clarity and the extent of its sufficiency in both quality and number of the respective norms; meanwhile, solutions are searched for in order to remedy the deficiencies.

Keywords: public procurement, the reform of the legislative framework, transposition of the European Directives, national legislation

JEL Classification: K 23, K4

Suggested Citation

Alexe, Irina, The Reform of the European Legislation in the Field of Public Procurement and Its Recent Transposition in the Romanian Law (September 12, 2017). Curentul juridic (The Juridical Current Journal), no. 3/2017, pp. 13-32. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3051579 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3051579

Irina Alexe (Contact Author)

Legal Research Institute of the Romanian Academy ( email )

Calea 13 Septembrie no.13, corp B, et. 4, sector 5
Bucharest, 050711
Romania

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