The transparency and accountability of public procurement in V4 countries




Public procurement information in the EU member states are various, fragmented and mostly inaccessible for both business, academic and government actors. In the past two months, we conducted background researches together with our partners, and collected information on how public procurement data is accessible in the V4 countries.   On our workshop  our national experts discussed the enforcement gaps, corruption and rent seeking factors in the national regimes, tried to find best practices and risks in the national public procurement systems; conceptualized public policy relevant applications; elaborated a public procurement index (PPI) and provided a guideline for the planned EU-wide database.

Coordinator Petra Edina Reszkető