Disclosure Within Public Procurement and During Contract Execution
Edited by Kirsi-Maria Halonen, Roberto Caranta and Albert Sanchez-Graells
Chapter 10: Disclosure of public procurement documents in Italy: a major effort in the fight against corruption, but still to be completed
Italy is trying to overcome a situation of widespread corruption, which is reflected in a legislation that generally gives more weight to transparency over the protection of business and technical secrets and, more generally, over competition concerns. The interplay between general and public procurement specific rules on both individual and open access however results in some apparently incongruous situations regarding legitimation, documents covered by access and litigation.
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