EPSO-G seeks to conduct public procurement efficiently and transparently to ensure fair competition during the process. For this purpose, the market is consulted and good practices of other contracting and supervising authorities are studied and applied.
During procurement procedures, EPSO-G unconditionally follows the principles of transparency, equal treatment, non-discrimination, mutual recognition and proportionality principles of transparency, equal treatment, and proportionality are followed unconditionally.
This website contains information about planned and current procurements of UAB “EPSO-G”, draft technical specifications of planned procurements, and information related to previous procurements. Information regarding current procurements is also announced in the Central Public Procurement Information System and in the annex “Information Notices” to the publication “Official Gazette” (except for low-value procurements). The CPP IS also contains draft planned procurements with value exceeding the limit of low-value procurements, and draft technical specifications.
EPSO-G’s aim is to conduct public procurement of goods and services in a transparent manner, ensuring competition between participants and efficiency.
The procurements are carried out by procurement organisers assigned by the CEO of EPSO-G (for low value procurements) and by the Public Procurement Commission (for simplified and international procurements) consisting of:
- Algirdas Juozaponis, CFO,
- Agata Žarkova, Public Procurement Specialist,
- Romas Zienka, Chief Risk Management and Prevention Officer,
- Rimvydas Štilinis, Chief Infrastructure Officer,
- Valdemar Kačanovskij, Senior Legal Officer.
Declaration of interests: the procurement organisers of EPSO-G and members of the Public Procurement Commission declare private interests to the Chief Official Ethics Commission. The information is avaiable publicly.
In order to ensure greater economic benefit, lower operating costs and risk management of potential conflicts of interest, the EPSO-G group companies follow the common procurement recommendations by organising some of the procurements jointly and sharing their knowledge and best practices.
The recommendations include:
- the objectives and principles of coordinated procurement;
- the procurement coordination process;
- the main stages of planning and organising coordinated procurement.
On this website, you are welcome to get more information on:
- planned procurements, announced winners and procurement contracts to be made,
- the technical specification projects of planned procurements,
- information on awarded public procurement contracts.