Swedish Public Procurement Act

Swedish Public Procurement Act

Annual report 2016

Annual report 2016

Five years of procurement fines

The rules on procurement fines have now been in place for five years. The Swedish Competition Authority has therefore followed up on what has happened at those agencies that have been ordered to pay procurement fines.

The benefit from supervision

The majority of the contracting authorities that have been the subject of the Swedish Competition Authority’s supervisory decisions end up making changes to their routines. That is the conclusion of a survey which we present in this report.

Annual report 2015

Annual report 2015

Facts and figures on public procurement in Sweden. Statistics concerning procurements conducted during 2014

This report presents basic facts and the latest statistics on public procurement in Sweden.

Competition in the waste management sector – preparing for a circular economy

Adapting to circular economy requires a new way of thinking, new organisational solutions and technical innovation. This is the conclusion of Nordic competition authorities in a joint report.

Competition: getting it right. How the Swedish Competition Act works

This brochure from the Swedish Competition Authority provides you and your company with an overview of the competition rules. The aim is to make it easier for you and your company to comply with the law and thus avoid being fined or banned from carryin...

Better competition is good for everyone

Good competition is crucial for dynamism and growth in the Swedish economy, and is thus a prerequisite for welfare. Well-functioning competition promotes efficient production and distribution of resources. Competition also helps the opening of markets,...

Honesty pays - How to detect and prevent bid-rigging cartels

Bid-rigging cartels lead to reduced competition, higher prices and less development and innovation. Bid-rigging cartels harm the economy and undermine procurements, which has an adverse effect on our collective resources and costs taxpayers money.

Annual report 2014

Annual report 2014

Annual report 2013

Annual report 2013

The Swedish Competition Authority: Tasks and Organisation

The Swedish Competition Authority: Tasks and Organisation

The Swedish Competition Rules – an introduction

The Swedish Competition Rules – an introduction

The Act on System of Choice in the Public Sector

The Act on System of Choice in the Public Sector