Elektroninių viešųjų pirkimų brandos vertinimo aspektai
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Public procurement practices are relatively new in the public sector, but everyone knows the complicated regulation and coordination of this process. A number of legislation, which controls a range of public procurement, were legitimated because of the requirement to regulate purchases from national budget, after the restoration of independence of the Republic of Lithuania. The paper analyzes the legal context of the electronic public procurement and particular attention is paid to business development and corporate competitiveness in the EU (European Union). By 2010, all EU countries should have been installed electronic public procurement systems and at least 50 percent of public procurement should have been made in this way. For a membership of different countries, procurer’s participation is essential for EU and the Republic of Lithuania’s domestic economy because of safe competition in all EU. Implementation of a model of e-government (electronic government) services, such as government for business and business for government related with electronic public procurement, which helps to reduce bureaucracy, simplifies formal procedures, saves civil servants time and public money, improves product’s and service’s quality and promotes competition between suppliers, public and private sectors partnership. E-government is an integral part of modern economics, called as the knowledge economy. E-government helps to reduce bureaucracy and simplify formal procedures, while civil servants are saving time and public money, improves product quality of purchased services and promotes competition between suppliers, public and private sectors collaboration and partnership.
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