Unlike private legal entities, the Administration does not have the freedom to conclude contracts in any way with whoever they desire. The types of contracts the contracting entities will make and the principles to be applied when concluding these contracts are determined by the State Tender Law, Public Procurement Law and the regulations issued within the framework of these laws.
Public procurement, whose scope and subject are vast, takes a significant place in the public expenditures of countries. Turkey, within the scope of the needs of its population of about 80 million, carries a huge volume of public procurement annually. Approximately 210 billion TL of public procurement was made in 2017 under the Public Procurement Law.
Recently, changes have been observed in policies and legislation with respect to public procurement in our country. In accordance with the UNCITRAL Model Law and the European Union acquis, Public Procurement Law no. 4734, which was drafted to be based on transparency, competition, efficiency and optimal procurement principles, entered into force in 1983. Much of the public procurement that takes place in this situation is carried out within the framework of the Public Procurement Law.
Lexist successfully provides consultancy services on all processes in the context of leasing, sales transactions, procurement of goods and services, preparation of tender documents and legal processes after the tender made within the scope of Public Procurement Law no. 2886 and Public Procurement Law no.4734.