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Ministry of Sustainable Development and Infrastructure

The Ministry of Sustainable Development and Infrastructure (French: Ministère du Développement durable et des Infrastructures) (German: Ministerium für nachhaltige Entwicklung und Infrastruktur) is a ministry of the Government of Luxembourg. Its head office is in the City of Luxembourg.[1] As of 4 December 2013, François Bausch is the minister.[2]

It was created on 23 July 2009 as the product of a merger between the positions of Ministry for the Environment, Ministry for Public Works, and Ministry for Transport.[citation needed]

DepartmentsEdit

The ministry includes several departments:[3]

  • Department of the Environment (formerly Ministry of the Environment)
  • Public Works Department
  • Department of Spatial Planning
  • Department of Transport

The Public Procurement Directorate within the Public Works Department is responsible for the regulatory framework for public procurement, drafting relevant legislation and monitoring its implementation, and also for representing the Luxemburgish authorities in the field of public procurement.[4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Contact." Ministry of Sustainable Development and Infrastructure. Retrieved on 7 January 2012. "Ministère du Développement durable et des Infrastructures 4, place de l'Europe L-1499 Luxembourg"
  2. ^ "Le Ministre." Department of Transport. Retrieved on 7 January 2012.
  3. ^ "Ministry of Sustainable Development and Infrastructure." Luxembourg Business Portal, Government of Luxembourg. Retrieved on 7 January 2012.
  4. ^ European Commission, Public procurement – Study on administrative capacity in the EU: Luxembourg Country Profile, accessed 4 May 2018

External linksEdit

Minister Party Start date End date Prime Minister
Claude Wiseler CSV 23 July 2009 4 December 2013' Jean-Claude Juncker
François Bausch DG 4 December 2013 Incumbent Xavier Bettel