Public Procurement

NGO: Croatia late in adding EU directives on public procurement to its legislation

Member-states had more than two years to embed those directives in the national legislation, and therefore it is surprising that Croatia is late, the association said in a press release on Tuesday.

PM: Public procurement law has to be changed, it mustn't hinder investments

Prime Minister Tihomir Oreskovic said in Dubrovnik on Monday that the Public Procurement Law should be amended so that it did not hamper investments and that the lowest bid could not be the most important criterion in public procurement procedures.

Employers for public procurement based on economically most favourable offer

The Croatian Employers Association (HUP) said on Friday that it advocated public procurement based on the economically most favourable offer instead of the currently prevalent lowest price criterion.