Implementation monitoring

In accordance with Government Decision no.1181 of December 22, 2010 on monitoring legislation implementation, the Ministry of Finance initiated the monitoring of Law no.131 of 3 July 2015 on public procurement implementation.

The monitoring objectives are to:

Identify the degree of implementation (enactment) of the Law on public procurement;

Establish whether the purposes of the Law on public procurement have been or are in the process of being achieved;

Identify the adoption and application of the secondary legal framework, in order to ensure the full regulation mechanism, as well as its compliance with the hierarchically superior legislation;

Identify the causes that lead to inapplicability of the Law on public procurement and whether or not the situation has changed;

Assess the effectiveness of the Law on public procurement in terms of material, financial and human resources, including its impact (costs and benefits); and

Develop recommendations in order to ensure the action of the Law on public procurement.

In order to streamline the process of monitoring the implementation of Law no.131 of 3 July 2015 on public procurement, the Ministry of Finance prepared a Survey  and calls for active involvement of all stakeholders by completing it and/or submitting their opinions, proposals and recommendations to the indicated electronic address.

The person responsible for monitoring:

Corina Galusca – Consultant in the Service for Public Procurement Regulatory Policies, the Ministry of Finance.

Contact details:

Phone number: 022 26 27 02.
mail address: MD – 2005, mun. Chisinau, 7, Constantin Tanase Str.

The deadline for submitting proposals by stakeholders - May 26, 2017.