The specific objectives of the study include:
• map and compare the current situation in data gathering in relation to the procedural aspects of public procurement review procedures in all 28 Member States;
• highlight the lack of relevant data in the Member States where appropriate;
• examine the quality of data gathering in each Member State;
• identify commonalities in the methodology for data collection across Member States; and
• propose a minimum of five objective, measurable and relevant indicators, based to the extent possible on existing data collection processes common to Member States (or else, based on feasible developments in Member State infrastructures), that will help to compare the procedural aspects of public procurement remedies and to measure their efficiency.