Contractul administrativ în activitatea administrației publice



Romania’s adhesion to the European Union on 1 January 2007 determined deep changes in the legislation in matters of concessions, publicprivate partnership and volunteerism. Thus new regulations emerged, such as Government Emergency Ordinance no. 34/2006 regarding the award of public procurement contracts, public works concession contracts and services concession contracts or the Emergency Ordinance no. 54 of 28 June 2006 concerning the contracts of procurement of public assets. Similarly the Law no. 554/2004 on the administrative dispute includes contracts concluded by the public authorities, contracts having the aim to valorize the public goods, the execution of works for public interest, public services, public procurement; by special laws can be provided other categories of public administration contracts subject to administrative jurisdiction of administrative dispute. Undoubtedly the new regulations prove the importance of administrative contracts – perceived as a form of ongoing public-private partnership – as being the instrument through which the individual lives and the community’s existence are influenced positively, without affecting the public budget, which by contrast, has been increased by the income achieved.

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private partnership; public services; public purchase; public administration contract; public procurement; administrative dispute.

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