Agreement On Government Procurement Annexes

When a undersigned government feels that its rights under this agreement are nullified or compromised by another signatory, it may request the initiation of WTO dispute settlement procedures to resolve the issue. The WTO dispute settlement procedure is described in the exporter`s guide to the WTO dispute settlement agreement. Considering that it is important to implement transparent measures concerning public procurement, transparency and impartiality of procurement and the prevention of conflicts of interest and corruption, in accordance with existing international instruments, such as the United Nations Convention against Corruption, Any company of a signatory country wishing to sell GPA goods or services to a purchasing entity of another signatory country , which is listed in Appendix I of the GPA, can benefit from this agreement. The World Trade Organization estimates the value of the public procurement opportunities covered by the agreement at several hundred billion dollars a year. Recognising the failure to prepare, adopt or implement public procurement measures to protect domestic suppliers, goods or services or to discriminate against foreign suppliers, goods or services; For the purposes of this agreement, “government” means the competent authorities of the European Union. The timetable of each part contains several annexes that define the commitment of the party concerned with regard to four dimensions of coverage: the signatories of the GPA are required to publish summary notices on the possibilities of purchasing purchases covered by the agreement. Each member has identified publications in which these sales opportunities are displayed. Publications are listed in Appendix II (local link). The full text of the revised GPA and the new annexes that list the public procurement covered by all parties to the GPA are available in amp-113.