1630 Public Procurement and Public Tenders
- Study programme and level: Professional degree programme Administration 1st Cycle
- 3rd year
- 6 ECTS
- Course type: Core
- Lectures: 45
- Tutorial: 30
- Other forms of study: 45
- Individual work: 60
- Lecturer: Tina Sever, PhD and Veronika Petkovšek, M.Sc.
1. Objectives and competences
- finds the main points of public procurement
- evaluates legal and economic aspects of public procurement,
- analyses importance of public procurement for efficiency and effectiveness of public finance
- compares public procurement procedures within EU.
- formulates public tender and creates decisions
- to feel confident to critically evaluate problems in the field of public procurement
- respect of ethical principles
- to cooperate with all participants in the process
- to critically evaluate existing processes of public procurement
- to use basic economic elements in the public procurement
- to collect and interpret data for proposals creating, decision making and for critical evaluation of practical issues
- Definition, value and purposes of public procurement in Slovenia and EU
- Basic principles of public procurement
- No discrimination rule
- Defining criteria for evaluating tenders
- Financing public procurement
- Risk evaluation
- Informatization of public procurement
- Competent bodies and other stakeholders in public procurement procedures
- Regulation and performance of public procurement procedures
- Public procurement in selected fields (health care; construction etc.) and public tenders
- Legal protection in public procurement
- Green public procurement
- Knight, L., Harland, C., Telgen, J., Thai, V., K., Callender, G., McKen, K., (2012)Public Procurement: International Cases and Commentary. Oxon. (izbrana poglavja, skupaj cca 100 str.).
- Kranjc, V. (2016). Zakon o javnem naročanju s komentarjem. Ljubljana: IUS Software, GV založba. (izbrana poglavja, skupaj cca 100 str.).
- Matas, S. (ur.) (2018). Zakon o pravnem varstvu v postopkih javnega naročanja (ZPVPJN) : (neuradno prečiščeno besedilo) : s komentarjem. Ljubljana: Uradni list (izbrana poglavja, cca. 20 str.).
- Milosavljević, M., Milanović, N. & Benković, S. (2016). Politics, Policies and Public Procurement Efficiency: A Quantitative Study of 25 European Countries, Lex Localis – Journal of Local-Self Government, 14(3), pp. 537-558. (21 str.)
- OECD. (2015). Going Green. Best Practices for Sustainable procurement. (izbrane vsebine, cca 50 str.).
- Zakon o javnih financah, Ur. l. RS, št. 11/11 – uradno prečiščeno besedilo in novele) (cca. 10 str.).
4. Intended learning outcomes
Knowledge and understanding:
- student is expected to understand definitions, theory, processes, regulation, relations and procedures of public procurement in legal and economic perspective
- student is expected to know basics principles of public procurement and legal procedures in the field
- student is able to solve open questions in the field of public tenders and public procurement
- student is able to critically evaluate public procurement procedure
- student knows how to estimate risks in public procurement
5. Learning and teaching methods
- student preparations for lectures
- student preparations for tutorials
- case study
- problem based learning
Type (examination, oral, coursework, project):
- written and/or oral exam and/or exam passed with two partial exams »kolokvij« (80%)
- assignments and active participation in lectures and tutorials (20%)