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Universal guidelines for PPP projects to be drawn up

Entities in the public administration should follow a methodological guideline when implementing projects financed from public-private partnerships (PPP).

Entities in the public administration should follow a methodological guideline when implementing projects financed from public-private partnerships (PPP).

A third party, which the Finance Ministry wants to select in an announced public tender, is to draft the paper. The material is to provide a detailed description of the procedure related to preparations and implementation of PPP projects in its individual stages. The price of this order is projected at Sk3 million (€99,600) without VAT.

The sum paid by the ministry is to be refunded from the European Union's Technical Aid operational program. Candidates can deliver their bids until November 10 of this year at the latest. The opening of envelopes with bids is scheduled for November 11. SITA

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