Transparency and Integrity
Spain will set up a governance scheme aimed at detecting non-compliance or problems of systemic character within the public procurement procedures. Results of this activity of surveillance and supervision will be properly disclosed.
Themes: Public procurement
Last updated: October 2018
Concrete: Somewhat Concrete | New: New | Ambitious: Ambitious
Commitment 10 as outlined by the Spanish Government - Articles 328 - 334 of Law 9/2017 established
Law 9/2017, of November 8, on Contracts of the Public Sector
October 2018 update: "Law 9/2017, of November 8, on Contracts of the Public Sector, by which the Directives on recruitment 2014/23 / UE and 2014/24 / UE, of February 26, 2014, are transposed within its Book Four (articles 328 to 334) a scheme of three collegiate bodies (the Public Procurement Advisory Board of the State, the Cooperation Committee on Public Procurement and the Independent Office for Regulation and Supervision of Procurement) with the dual objective of to comply with the governance obligations established in the aforementioned Directives and with the recommendations of the European Union, and to combat irregularities in the application of public procurement legislation."