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The Public Procurement Network is an informal European-wide co-operation network in the field of public procurement and was established at a meeting, which took place in Copenhagen on January 31, 2003.
The objective of the network is to strengthen the application and the enforcement of the procurement rules through mutual exchange of experience and benchmarking, and to create a reliable and effective informal co-operation including problem - solving in cross-border cases related to public procurement.
Full membership of the PPN is open to all EU-Member States. Associate membership of the PPN is open to EEA countries, accessing countries and candidate countries committed to applying the EU-rules. Other countries and State-based organisations operating at European level can be invited to participate in the work of the PPN, when appropriate.
The European Commission has the status of observer to the PPN and supports the activities within the Public Procurement Network.

In context of exchange of information and best practices "The comparative Survey on Public Procurement systems across the PPN" can provide useful information on structures and rules in 31 Countries.

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The Presidency is responsible for the organisation of at least one plenary meeting of the PPN. In special circumstances and at the request of the incumbent Presidency, upon consultation with the Advisory Group, it may be decided that another full member is in charge of organising the plenary meeting on a voluntary basis.

The Presidency or the full member in charge of the plenary meeting arranges and invites for it giving at least 2 months notice. The Presidency decides on the agenda of the meeting(s) and on the definition of the format to be adopted.
During the plenary meeting the Presidency reports back on or announces activities during its Presidency, such as activities by ad hoc working groups or workshops. The Presidency is responsible for keeping up to date the information of the PPN-website and the general maintenance of the PPN-website.

Last Updated on Monday, 28 June 2010 14:59
 
Italian Presidency

Italy holds the Presidency of PPN in the second half of 2014.


ITALIAN PPN PRESIDENCY CONFERENCE

ROME, 2 December 2014

 

On 2nd  December 2014, the Italian Presidency organised a conference in Rome on “THE TRANSPOSITION OF THE NEW EU PUBLIC PROCUREMENT DIRECTIVES IN THE MEMBER STATES”

The Italian Presidency is held by the Department of European Union Policies of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers in cooperation with the National Anti-Corruption Authority.

 

In attached:

The Agenda; List of participantsComparative survey

Presentations:

The new EU Public Procurement Directives [.pdf - 390 Kbyte]
Peter Bennett - UK Cabinet Office

Comparative Survey on the transposition of the EU Public Procurement package [.pdf - 450 Kbyte]
Claudio Romanini - European Commission, DG Internal Market and Services Unit C3

Aggregazione della domanda e partecipazione delle PMI [.pdf 845 Kbyte]
Martina Beneventi- Direttore legale e Societario Consip S.p.A.

EBRD technical cooperation related to implementation of eProcurement in public sector [.pdf - 2,43 Mbyte]
Eliza Niewiadomska- European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), Legal Transition Programme

The fight against unfair competition in public procurement in Sweden [.pdf - 1,14 Mbyte]
Mia Salborn Hodgson- Swedish Competition Authority, Senior Adviser, International Department

Supervision of public procurement procedures in Poland [.pdf - 196 Kbyte]
Artur Kowalski - Autorità per gli appalti pubblici, Polonia

Supervision and fight against corruption in Public Procurement [.pdf - 1,10 Mbyte]
Janos Bertok - Public Governance and Territorial Development Directorate OECD, Head of the Public Sector Integrity Division


 
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