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May

Public Procurement – New Law from the Bidder’s Viewpoint

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27.05.2020

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BELGRADE

Webinar or Seminar

TSG Tomić Sinđelić Groza Law Office is inviting you on Wednesday, 27 May 2020 at 10:00 – 11:30 to webinar on:

Public Procurement – New Law from the Bidders’ Perspective

via Teams application.

The Republic of Serbia has adopted a new Public Procurement Law, which will become effective on 1 July 2020. The new law aims to increase efficiency and competitiveness in public procurement procedures, by reducing administrative burden and costs of participation in proceedings (particularly for SMEs) on the one hand, and by increasing transparency and efficiency in implementing public procedure on the other.

What are the impacts on the bidders – in terms of the new Public Procurement Portal, participation requirements, protection of the bidders’ rights and other issues – and any other question you may have, will be addressed by our attorney-at-law Predrag Groza.

Join our Webinar by registering at office@tsg.rs. Following registration, you will receive a link to join the Webinar.


Lecturer:

Predrag Groza is an attorney-at-law with vast experience and legal expertise in public procurement. Predrag advises clients who act as bidders in public procurement procedures about a range of issues such as contents of tender documentation, activities related to modifications of tender documentation, preparation of bids (particularly in cases of foreign bidders). He also represents clients in proceedings for the protection of bidders’ rights before the contracting authorities or the Republic Commission for Protection of Rights in Public Procurement Procedures, as well as in administrative disputes before the Administrative Court.

He has built experience in tenders and public procurement ever since the public procurement procedures were introduced into Serbia, in 2002, when the first law on public procurement was adopted (which came into force on 1 January 2003). Between 2003 and 2006, Predrag was employed at publicly owned Jat Airways company as a legal officer and he took part in public procurement as a member of tender commissions. He was directly involved in public procurement, preparing and implementing the entire public procurement procedure, from drafting tender documents, through bid opening, selection of bidders, all the way to the awarding of contracts. This insider knowledge and experience in public procurement lent his work deep understanding of the process when he joined the Bar.

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