Spain commits to exploring ways of sharing information on corrupt bidders across borders.
Status: no data
Themes: Public procurement
Last updated: December 2020
Concrete: Somewhat Concrete | New: Other | Ambitious: Other
No information is available on this commitment.
Updated: October 31, 2020
There is no updated information on ways in which Spain shares information on corrupt bidders across borders. The data on the government website is too old, and with the Covid-19 pandemic, communication has worsened.
Updated: April 30, 2020
October 2018 update: The Law on Public Sector Contracts introduces mechanisms to improve transparency in public procurement as a prerequisite to increase competition, assuming that trace-ability and transparency in decision-making is essential for an efficient operation of procedures, including effective fight against corruption and fraud. Law 9/2017, of November 8, on Contracts of the Public Sector, by which the Directives of the European Parliament and of the Council 2014/23 / EU and 2014/24 / EU, of February 26 are transposed into the Spanish legal system of 2014.