Author(s): Hanna Sandiuk, Yuliia Lushpiienko, Nataliia Trushkina, Iryna Tkachenko, Eleonora Kurganskaya
The authors studied the essence of the concept of electronic public procurement as a component of e-government. The current regulatory and legal framework were determined, in accordance with which the regulation of relations in the field of electronic public procurement is carried out both in the European Union and in Ukraine. In particular, special attention was aid to the regulation of public procurement in accordance with the Directives of the European Parliament and the Council 2014/24/EU, 2014/25/EU and 2014/55/EU. The principles on the basis of which electronic public procurement is carried out, as well as the main models of electronic public procurement, common in the European Union were highlighted. The main stages of the procurement cycle were outlined, each of which was characterized. The essence of the functioning of the ProZorro system in Ukraine was disclosed. The attention was paid to the implementation of the Public Procurement Reform Strategy aimed at adapting Ukrainian legislation to the European Union standards during the period of 2015-2022.