The Office of the Deputy PM for ‘Informatisation and Investment’ is seeking to increase transparency and make the drawing of EU funds easier. It proposes curbing the powers of the Public Procurement Office in a proposed amendment to public procurement law, but the PP office argues that ministries already audit the orders financed by the EU funds and that public procurement in Slovakia takes too long. It wants to maintain its right to oversee above-the-limit orders financed by the EU before the final deal is closed with selected suppliers. More information is on The Slovak Spectator.

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