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Националната Платформа За Електронно Възлагане – Стъпка В Процеса На Хармонизация С Европейските Изисквания
[The national platform for electronic awarding – a step in the process of harmonization with the european requirements]

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  • Dimitrova, Diana

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Резюме. В докладът се разглежда националната платформа за електронно възлагане като стъпка в процеса на хармонизация на българското законодателство с европейските изисквания относно възлагане на обществени поръчки. На база на извършеният анализ се правят изводи и обобщения. Abstract. The report examines the national platform for electronic award as a step in the process of harmonization of the Bulgarian legislation with the European requirements. On base of the analysis the author makes conclusions and summaries

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  • Dimitrova, Diana, 2018. "Националната Платформа За Електронно Възлагане – Стъпка В Процеса На Хармонизация С Европейските Изисквания [The national platform for electronic awarding – a step in the process of harmonization w," MPRA Paper 91441, University Library of Munich, Germany.
  • Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:91441
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    1. Andriyana Andreeva & Darina Dimitrova & Diana Dimitrova, 2018. "Specifics in the Legal Regime of the Public Procurements Conducted by the Higher Schools in Bulgaria," Izvestiya, Varna University of Economics, issue 1, pages 59-73.
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    national platform for electronic award; public procurements; harmonization;
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    • K23 - Law and Economics - - Regulation and Business Law - - - Regulated Industries and Administrative Law

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