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Proposal is made to raise direct public acquisitions cap to 30,000 euros
19.10.2012, 11:42 | Finance-Banks | 554 views

The chairman of the National Authority for the Public Acquisitions Regulation and Monitoring said he had made a proposal in a draft law to raise the cap for the direct public acquisitions to 30,000 euros from 15,000 euros starting Jan. 1, 2013.

Said Dan Vladescu at a news conference: “I proposed to modify the public acquisitions law, I posted such proposals on the institution’s website, there were discussions with the ministries involved, with the business circles and the Brussels officials. We’ll adopt these modifications by Urgent Ordinance or by another type of act. In this draft act, I propose to raise the direct public acquisitions caps to 30,000 euros for all types of contracts. /…/ The caps set in the European directives for the direct acquisitions are much higher than what we propose”.


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