The State Commission is an autonomous and independent national body of second instance which exercises its jurisdiction by deciding on complaints concerning public procurement procedure, award of concessions and selection of the private partner in public private partnership projects.
The State Commission shall decide in remedies procedure on the legality of procedures, actions, failure to take actions and decisions as individual acts passed in above mentioned procedures. The State Commission shall also decide on other requests which are available to parties in legal protection procedures and submit accusatory motions in relation to misdemeanours set forth in this Act and in other regulations the field of public procurement.
The State Commission has five members, one of whom acts as the Head, and one as Deputy Head. They are appointed by Croatian Parliament on the proposal of the Croatian Government. Three members of State Commission, one of which has to be Head or Deputy Head,constitute a quorum necessary for decision-making. Decisions of the State Commission are passed by a majority vote at the council meetings. No Commission member shall abstain from voting.
All decisions on cases under the jurisdiction of the State Commission are published on this website.
Apart from the Commission in a narrow meaning, the State Commission is composed of the Secretariat, Expert services, Registry Office and General administrative services.