Ecosystem for sustainable entrepreneurship: towards smart public procurement review procedures

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Abstract

Although European Union and national regulation have developed public procurement system for many years, different stakeholders (contracting authorities, judiciary, controlling authorities) provide much criticism to these procedures. The article presents results of experts’ evaluation of currently applied system and investigates the possibilities for online public procurement r eview procedure. Lithuania is one of EU leading coun tries in regard of e - procurement. The results showed that the object of the research is poorly studied, but theoretically formulated problems are relevant in practice. Analysis of problematic aspects might be useful to improve na tional system of public pro curement dispute resolution. As well as might be applied in the practise of other EU countries, seeking to apply social technologies to carry on time and money consuming public procurement procedures. Future researches should be oriented towards analysis o f e - public procurement platforms used in the EU member states supplementation with specific modules for purchasing authorities’ decisions’ review.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)39-52
JournalEntrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues
Volume4
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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ecosystem
Purchasing
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European Union
stakeholder
public procurement
Public procurement
Sustainable entrepreneurship
Ecosystem
Authority
analysis

Keywords

  • Public procurement
  • Online dispute resolution
  • E-public procurement

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