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Complex changes to procurement rules were introduced in a new act that came into effect on 1 January 2015.

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Czech Republic/ 5.1 General legislation  

5.1.3 Allocation of public funds

Act No. 218/2000 Coll. on Budget Rules regulates the allocation of funds by central bodies to organisations that are centrally managed and also the allocation of funds to other legal entities or individuals. Providing grants from the state budget through central bodies, i.e. through the Ministry of Culture, is regulated by other norms such as the "Main Areas of State Grant Policy for NGOs" or the "Government Principles for Providing Grants from the State Budget of the Czech Republic (CR) for Non-governmental Non-profit Organisations by the Central Bodies of State Administration". Many grant programmes of the ministry are regulated by other directives like government regulations, provisions, ministerial orders etc.

Act No. 219/2000 Coll. on the Property of the Czech Republic and the representation of the Czech Republic in legal relations regulates the ways and conditions for managing the property of the Czech Republic and the representation of the state in legal relations and the status, foundation, and demise of organisational components of the state. The most recent changes to the legislation came into effect on 1 January 2013.

Act No. 250/2000 Coll.on Municipal Budgetary Rules regulates expenses and support from regional and municipal budgets.

Act No. 137/2006 Coll.on Public Procurements regulates procedures for awarding public procurement and tenders when the state, state-managed organisations, regions or municipalities or their organisations are the contracting authority and other special cases. The most recent amendment to the act is from February 2015.

Chapter published: 28-01-2016

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