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Možný rozpor principu 3E a ochrany hospodářské soutěže v oblasti (ICT) veřejných zakázek

Title in English Possible contradiction of the 3E principle and the protection of competition at (ICT) public procurement
Authors

SVOBODA Jan

Type Appeared in Conference without Proceedings
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Law

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Description Legal regulation of public procurement is aimed to ensure economical, effective and efficient spending of public funds (this is known as the 3E principle). The second objective is to ensure competition. While in most cases their coexistence does not cause problems (since one generally achieves the other), in the event of vendor lock-in, it is often necessary to decide which one should prevail. The presentation discusses the conflict of the abovementioned objectives and selected issues that the commonly occurring emphasis on competition (as an essential tool for the development of the EU internal market) generally causes. Possible solutions to these problems will be presented as well.
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