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en:start [2016/09/06 10:13]
Jan Soudek [Methodological notes]
en:start [2017/07/27 10:19] (aktuální)
Jiří Skuhrovec
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 Best practice involves more than just proceeding in accordance with the law. Legal provisions inherently cover all sorts of marginal situations and exceptions, hence they establish rather broad rules of conduct. Best practice describes not only the behaviour legally required of contracting authorities,​ but the most desirable behaviour within those rules. Best practice involves more than just proceeding in accordance with the law. Legal provisions inherently cover all sorts of marginal situations and exceptions, hence they establish rather broad rules of conduct. Best practice describes not only the behaviour legally required of contracting authorities,​ but the most desirable behaviour within those rules.
  
-The purpose of zIndex is to highlight both controversial and exemplary contracting authorities. By evaluating different areas of contracting practice separately, it is able to identify areas for specific improvement. zIndex is the result of academic research undertaken at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague. It is published at  [[http://​www.zIndex.cz|zIndex.cz]] by Centrum aplikované ekonomie (the Centre for Applied Economics, or CAE). The CAE's ambition is to further develop the zIndex methodology,​ publish evaluations of different authority subsets (municipalities,​ government departments,​ state-owned enterprises,​ etc.) on a regular basis, and in so doing, gradually increase the pressure on the authorities to improve their public procurement practice.+The purpose of zIndex is to highlight both controversial and exemplary contracting authorities. By evaluating different areas of contracting practice separately, it is able to identify areas for specific improvement. zIndex is the result of academic research undertaken at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague. It is published at  [[http://​www.zIndex.cz|zIndex.cz]] by [[http://​www.econlab.cz|Econlab]] NGO. The EconLab's ambition is to further develop the zIndex methodology,​ publish evaluations of different authority subsets (municipalities,​ government departments,​ state-owned enterprises,​ etc.) on a regular basis, and in so doing, gradually increase the pressure on the authorities to improve their public procurement practice.
  
 zIndex is calculated based on contract data spanning a period of three years. That timeframe is shorter than a standard electoral cycle, but still sufficient to create a representative data sample. This means that the political representatives in charge of certain institutions can be held accountable for those institutions'​ zIndex values before the elections come round again. zIndex is calculated based on contract data spanning a period of three years. That timeframe is shorter than a standard electoral cycle, but still sufficient to create a representative data sample. This means that the political representatives in charge of certain institutions can be held accountable for those institutions'​ zIndex values before the elections come round again.
 
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