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Can the Implementation of Full E-Procurement into Real Life Address the Real Challenges of EU Public Procurement? journal article

Petra Ferk

European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review, Volume 11 (2016), Issue 4, Page 327 - 339

This paper deals with the question whether the implementation of full e-procurement into real life could address the real challenges of EU public procurement and bring us closer to the historical objectives, due to which the public procurement procedures were introduced into EU law. It happened in order to develop a single (public procurement) market, which should result in increase of cross-border trade. In the first part of the paper, the Author deals with the objectives of introducing full mandatory e-procurement as a key novelty of the 2014 EU Directives and discusses bringing e-procurement into real life as a complex challenge. It examines whether Member States, when implementing e-procurement, follow the same objectives as identified in the 2014 EU Directives. In the second part of the paper, the current state of development of the e-procurement market is being analysed alongside the key challenges of EU public procurement that hinder the development of the single (public procurement) market. In the final part of the paper, a possible approach of implementing the full e-procurement into real life is identified, which could address real challenges of e-procurement and eventually lead closer to the fulfilment of historical objectives of a coordinated implementation and management of the procurement process in the EU.



Current PPP Developments in the Republic of Slovenia journal article

Petra Ferk

European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review, Volume 9 (2014), Issue 2, Page 159 - 161

I. New Amendments of the Public Procurement Legislation In March 2014, two amendments of the public procurement legislation were adopted by the National Assembly and published in theOfficial Gazette of the Republic of Slovenia, namely, the Act Amending the Public Procurement Act (Zakon o spremembah in dopolnitvah Zakona o javnem naro?anju, ZJN-2E, Official Gazette of the Republic of Slovenia No. 19/14, hereafter: ZJN-2E) and the Act Amending the Pu


Public-Private Partnership in Slovenia: An Analysis of one of the first successful Projects of Public-Private Partnership in Slovenia – The Stozice Stadium journal article

Bostjan Ferk, Petra Ferk

European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review, Volume 3 (2008), Issue 4, Page 10

Public-Private Partnership in Slovenia I. Introduction The intention of this contribution is to present the institute of public-private partnership in Slovenia. The introduction outlines the historical framework of executing services of general interest in Slovenia and offers an analysis of the current situation. In the following section the most important and specific provisions of Slovenian Public-Private Partnership Act are set out. The central par

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