Problem setting. Ukraine often avoids considering a wide range of issues about the lives of vulnerable people in today's social and economic context, including the elderly population and people with dementia as well. As a result, the government becomes a monopolist in providing social services for this group and assumes the functions of a customer, service provider and control over its performance simultaneously.
In the article, an economic and mathematical model is constructed for the optimal distribution of the state order for the training of specialists, based on the ranking of specialties of universities. By the hypothetical example, the distribution of the government procurement for the training of specialists has been figured on using the proposed mathematical model. According to the results of the analysis, the expediency of using the proposed model in domestic practice is substantiated.
This article discusses the principles of legal regulation of public procurement in theEuropean Union for adaptation into national legislation in terms of reforming publicadministration and development of the information society. Analyzes the principles oftransparency, proportionality, transparency, mutual recognition, fairness, objectivity, theminimum value of the position of the Court in the context of the EU principle of transparency128of public authorities in the EU member states and implementation of information andcommunication technologies.