Public Procurement Legislation

Public Procurement Law No. 4734 and Public Procurement Contracts Law No. 4735 entered into force in 2003 to respond to today's changing and developing needs, to align with the European Union and international bidding practices and to cover all public institutions and organizations.

Above-mentioned laws entered into force in 2003 and regulations referred to as secondary legislation, issued on the basis of these laws, such as;
• Implementation Regulations on procurement of goods and services and construction works,
• Standard Forms,
• Model Administrative Specifications,
• Model Contracts,
• General Specifications,
• General Communiques,

are subject to constant change in order to respond to current requirements.

Accurate understanding and interpretation of the procurement legislation and proper application of it are of great importance for acquisition of tender or competitive bidding processes for procurement of goods and services and construction works and smooth implementation of the subject work within the framework of contract application which has a longer period than the tender process.

In this regard, our company, with its knowledgeable and experienced experts, carries out rigorous examinations and studies on;
• Preparation and submission of complaints to the administration and to the Public Procurement Authority, of candidates, tenderers or potential tenderers claiming that there is loss of a right, damage or possible damage during tender process phase which is starting with the approval of the procurement authority and ending with the signing of the contract,
• Filing lawsuits against the decisions of Public Procurement Authority before administrative courts,
• Preparation of the written opinions on the issues that are either hesitated by the public institutions or tenderers in the tender process or in the course of the contract application,
• Preparation of the answers to the inquiries regarding the proposals evaluated as extremely low priced, as a result of the evaluations made by the administrations,
• Providing continuous consultancy services within the framework of public procurement legislation,
• Organizing seminars including questions and answers sessions regarding public procurement legislation upon request of institutions.