Policy brief “Development in E-procurement system in Bosnia and Herzegovina” summarizes report “Analysis of the E-procurement system in Bosnia and Herzegovina” written by author Ivan Kutleša.
Replacing paper-based procedures electronically enhances the quality of services of contracting authorities and establishes a system of publication, awarding and managing contracts, which is a function of the principle of transparency. E-procurement also means faster order, shortened deadlines for submission of tenders, evaluation and awarding of the contract, thereby increasing the efficiency of the contracting authority. It also increases cost-effectiveness, as contracting authorities realize cost savings through reduction of transaction costs and the amount of waste, because they reduce paperwork and provide better control over expenditure for procurement.
Except for the overview of legal framework for e-procurement system in BiH, analysis of the portal e-procurement www.enj.gov.ba, this brief presents recommendations for e-procurement system improvements.
Policy brief can be downloaded HERE.
This publication has been produced with the assistance of the European Union. The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of Analitika – Center for Social Research and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union.