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Legislation and Methodology

The legislative regulation in the field of public procurement in Bulgaria dates back from 1997, when the Law on the award of state and municipal procurement was adopted. This law has been repealed by the adoption of the Public Procurement Law in 1999.

Effective to present day, the Public Procurement Law (prom. SG No 13/16 February 2016, in force as of 15 April 2016), has been aimed to implement the new EU Public Procurement Directives (adopted by the European Parliament on 26 February 2014.):

- Directive 2014/24/EU of 26 February 2014 of the European Parliament and the Council on public procurement;

- Directive 2014/25/EU of 26 February 2014 on procurement by entities operating in the water, energy, transport and postal services sectors.

Beside the framework law, the new rules for implementation have been drafted and adopted by CMD No 73 of 05.04.2016, prom. SG No 28/8 April 2016 г., which covers in detail the public procurement rules.

The public procurement law aims to ensure effectiveness in spending of:

- public funds;

- European funds and programs;

- funds related to the performance of certain activities of public relevance.

  The deadline for introduction and use of the e-platform is extended
  Communication related to the more frequent questions concerning the introduction of the single electronic platform for awarding of public procurement and the Ordinance, which should govern the conditions for its use
  The deadline for introduction of national electronic platform for awarding of public procurements is extended
  Standardized draft contracts and specialized clauses to contracts, mandatory for application when opening public procurements since 01.03.2017, with the exception of procurements in the areas of defense and security
  How to fill the registration form for the random-based control (video)
  The ex-ante control based on random selection (Article 232 of PPL and Articles 121 – 130 of RIPPL) became effective on 1 September 2016
  New Form Editor
  Standard Form for the European Single Procurement Document (ESPD)
  By Order No ЗМФ – 297 of 14.04.2016, the Minister of Finance adopted the Internal Rules for Monitoring under Article 114 (1), item 2 of the Rules for Implementation of the Public Procurement Law
  Instructions for the creation of an Authorized User in the Public Procurement Register
04 August 2017
Public Procurement Law amendments concerning the deadline for deployment of the Unified Electronic Platform were promulgated
21 July 2017
The deadline for the deployment and use of the Unified Electronic Platform was expanded
10 July 2017
The European Committee for Standardization published information about the standard of electronic invoice
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