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Mark GREY - Purtător de cuvânt, Comisia EuropeanăMark GREY - Purtător de cuvânt, Comisia EuropeanăComisia Europeană a dat publicității raportul MCV pentru România și Bulgaria. Acesta poate fi consultat  pe site-ul Comisiei sau poate fi descarcat mai jos.
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Raport OLAF 2013

Raportul OLAF cu privire la costurile corupției în UE - atașat
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Țări "specialiste" în comisionul ilicit în materie de fraudare a achizițiilor publice: România și Spania

Comisionul ilicit este cea mai raspandita forma de frauda la achizitiile publice in proiectele pe fonduri europene derulate in Romania si Spania, releva un studiu realizat de PricewaterhouseCoopers si Ecorys pentru Oficiul European de Lupta Antifrauda (OLAF), publicat de HotNews.ro - atașat 

Studiul analizeaza 8 State Membre UE - Franta, Ungaria, Italia, Lituania, Olanda, Polonia, Romania, Spania - si in 5 domenii - Constructii rutiere & feroviare, Apa & deseuri, Constructii urbane/de utilitati, Formare profesionala, Cercetare & dezvoltare/Tehnologie/Medical. 
"Comisionul ilicit (o parte din suma pe care un contractant castigator o primeste, fiind destinata functionarului in schimbul tradarii publicului) este intalnit in aproximativ 1 din 3 cazuri (la nivelul tuturor celor 8 state analizate - n.r.). Aceasta practica pare sa fie mai degraba raspandita in mod egal in toate sectoarele. Comisionul ilicit este cea mai frecventa forma de coruptie intalnita in Spania si Romania", sustine raportul mentionat. 


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Report - Implementing FRAND standards on Open Source: Business as usual or mission impossible

On 22nd November 2012, the European Commission (EC) and the European Patent Office (EPO) jointly organised a conference on FRAND standards in open source. This was the
fourth jointly organised event on ICT standardisation and Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs).
The purpose of the conference was to address the possibilities of developing open software using fair, reasonable, and non-discriminatory terms (FRAND) licenses.

The conference had four sessions:
- Setting the scene
- Public procurement
- Companies' strategies concerning OS, proprietary technologies and standards
- Success and failure stories by OS implementors

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Estimating the benefits from the procurement Directives - a report for DG Internal Market, made by European Economics department, May 2011

The main aim of this work is to measure the benefits arising from the Procurement  Directives econometrically by identifying and measuring relationships between improved  procurement practice and the final values of specific awards of contracts in relation to the  estimated values of contracts before tendering (“savings”). We also explore the  relationship between improved procurement practice and the number of bidders. In both cases, we control for variations in other variables.
The literature relating to public procurement practices has developed along the design of procurement processes and the empirical quantification of the effects of different procurement practices. The design literature recognises several tools and strategies for its effective implementation. Several aspects have been investigated such as the type of auction and subdivision of contracts into lots, usefulness of open versus negotiated procedures, the impact of centralised purchases, dealing with contracts which include a quality component or mechanisms for dissuading collusion or preventing corruption.
These aspects have been incorporated into the Directives and we estimate the effects of such procurement practices in our models. On the other hand, there are a number of studies that have also looked empirically at the effects of different procurement practices on the costs and value of winning bids or in encouraging participation or competition, and have generally found evidence of favourable outcomes for procuring authorities.

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Guideline on public procurement of Open Source Software

Report made by European eGovernment Services, March 2010 (revised June 2010)
The report approaches subjects such as: public sector needs, determining acquisition needs, guideline to legal issues.

European governments are increasingly considering the use of Open Source Software (also known as Free Software or Libre Software, or FLOSS) as a means of reducing costs, increasing transparency and sustainability. A number of debates have taken place on the costs and benefits of open source software, and much discussion and interest has been expressed from the
perspective of information technologists. 
Meanwhile, the European Commission has launched the Open Source Observatory and Repository, OSOR, with the intention of supporting open source software as the epitome of collaborative development of software in the European public sector.
In this context, with this guideline, the authors consider open source software not as a technical topic, but essentially as a matter of public procurement. The authors look at the process of public procurement, its principles and requirements; how public procurement works with software, across EU Member States; and how public procurement approaches open source. The authors explain how open source can be best addressed with public procurement, and provide guidelines for how to acquire open source software through the public procurement processes.

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Analiza implementării achizițiilor publice

Raport întocmit de Comisia Europeană pe anul 2012, referitor la analiza implementării achizițiilor publice

Studiu comparativ cu privire la sistemele de achiziții publice

Studiu comparativ cu privire la sistemele naționale de achiziții publice din cadrul Rețelei de Achiziții Publice (PPN – Public Procurement Network), realizat de Autoritatea pentru Supervizarea Contractelor Publice, Departamentul pentru coordonarea politicilor Uniunii Europene, 2010

Fighting Corruption and Promoting Integrity in Public Procurement Report

Report made by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 2005

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