What is PPP? Lithuanian PPP definition is established in the Law on Investments: “public and private sector partnerships are legally established types of cooperation between the state or municipal authority and a private body that enable the state or municipal authority to transfer its activity to a private body, while a private body invests in this activity and the assets necessary to perform this activity and receives for this a legally established remuneration”.
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ŠIAULIAI COUNTY CHIEF POLICE COMMISSARIAT IN ŠIAULIAI
Implementing Authority Central Projects Management Agency (authorized by Police Department under the Ministry of the Interior)
Value EUR 13,99 million (incl. VAT)
Duration 15 years
Partnership form Public-Private Partnership
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On 8 December  2020  the the Central Projects Management Agency published procurement documents announcement.

 

 

On 18 November 2020 the second public consultation took place presenting the main requirements of the specifications, qualification requirements and contract award criterias.

 

 

Short video about project.

 

On 16 November 2020 in a CVP IS (Central public procurement information system) public consultation was announced. Comments and proposals for the procurement documents can be submitted until 12 o‘clock of November 26 announcement.

 

 

On 30 October 2020 The Police Department (pursuant to paragraphs 1, 2 and 3 of an article 11 of the law on Public procurement in the field of defense and security) authorized the Central Projects Management Agency to organize and conduct the negotiated procedures until the signing of the PPP contract

 

On 8 September 2020 project was represented in Central Project Management Agency event.

 

 

On March 2020 The Government of the Republic of Lithuania approved the decision that the project will be implemented as the Public-Private Partnership.

 

On 26 November 2019 Central Project Management Agency evaluated socio-economic benefits of the partnership project.

 

On November 2019 the investment project was prepared