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    • Public Procurement Performance in the Police

    • Date: 05 December 2017

      Regional network of civil society organizations POINTPULSE, Belgrade Centre for Security Policy (BCSP), Balkan Investigative Reporting Network Serbia (BIRN Serbia) and Transparency Serbia are inviting you to the panel discussion on existing challenges of public procurements for the police, which will be held on Tuesday, December 5 in Media Center, starting from 11:00.

      The aim of this event is to encourage discussion on problems and potential solutions which would improve the performance of public expenditures.

      The following questions will be discussed at the event:

      • What is the public procurement performance?
      • What is controversial in the procurement of more than 700 Skoda Rapid police cars?
      • Is there a justification for the decision on making this procurement “secret”?
      • Which problems of public procurements are shared between the police and other institutions?
      • How can the process of public procurements be improved?


      • Ana Novakovic, journalist at BIRN,
      • Nemanja Nenadic, Programme Director of Transparency Serbia,
      • Rodoljub Sabic, Commissioner for Information of Public Importance and Personal Data Protection 
      • Vladimir Erceg, BCSP’s researcher



      The working language of the conference is Serbian. Simultaneous translation into English will be provided.

      Due to the limited number of seats, please RSVP by Monday, December 4 by email to the address office@bezbednost.orgor telephone at 011 2263 287.

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      The panel discussion is part of the project "Western Balkans Pulse for Police Integrity and Trust". The project is supported by the European Union through the  "Civil Society Facility” programme. The views expressed in the project are exclusively the views of the BCSP and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union.
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