The need to regulate the sphere of state purchases in the parliament has been discussed for a long time. The legislation in force in this part is: the law "On the supply of products for state needs" has been in force since 1999.
The deputies Victor Guzun, Vadim Doni, Grigory Dyachenko, Sergey Cheban and Mikhail Burla were co-authors. The law proposed by the legislators is based on the experience of the Russian Federation in this sphere.
Legislators propose to monitor the implementation of each stage of public procurement: from their planning to financing and the implementation of the procurement itself. The law-in-draft provides for the creation of a unified information base on state orders, as well as the responsibilities of the parties.
Discussing the law-in-draft at a meeting of the Committee for Development of Entrepreneurship and Industry, government officials pointed to some of its shortcomings. The developers are ready to discuss any amendment. The law-in-draft is recommended for adoption in the first reading.