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Organisation of public procurement in state agencies

The objective of the audit is to assess whether or not state authorities have concluded their economic transactions in compliance with the Public Procurement Act and have established a functioning internal control system. Responses are sought, inter alia, to the following questions:
• Are the authorities aware of the requirements arising from the revised Public Procurement Act, are the internal rules in conformity with the Public Procurement Act and whether or not the internal control systems work?
• Do the authorities within their areas of government comply with the Public Procurement Act when purchasing things and services? Whether or not, and to what extent are tendering procedures omitted, and in respect of which services or goods? Are tenders held by selecting the appropriate tendering procedure, and have any tenders been unreasonably divided into parts?
• What do authorities see as being the main problems in terms of observing the Public Procurement Act?

Area of government Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Rural Affairs, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications, Ministry of Education and Research, Ministry of the Interior, Ministry of Culture
Institution to be audited
Audit Department Audit Department
Director of Audit Ines Metsalu-Nurminen
Audit Team Ingrid Hindrikson, Kadri Tenno, Roel Burov, Tiia Mugu, Hanna-Marleen Penno, Kristi Kährin, Ivika Vispel, Jane Sõmmer, Marlen Pärmann
Audit Number 80024


Planned Start 1st half of 2019 Actual Start 1st half of 2019
Planned End 1st half of 2020 Actual End 1st half of 2020
Status Published
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Created on 11/26/2018
Last modified on 3/27/2020
Last reviewed on 3/27/2020