Among the underlying amendments of the Law a new procedure for carrying out simplified procurements. Upon entry into force of the amendments, all purchasing organisations in both classical and utility sectors should carry out simplified procurements according to the approved rules of implementation of simplified procurements which rules have to be publicly announced within 3 business days after approval thereof in the Central Information System of Public Procurements. No consent of the Public Procurement Authority is required for the purchasing organisations in order to terminate the ongoing simplified procurements; however, the obligation is prescribed to announce the termination of such procurements. The amended Law has been left without an absolute prohibition to change the terms of a public procurement agreement during the validity term thereof. Now changes are allowed upon receipt of consent from the Public Procurement Authority according to the prescribed procedure. The amendments to the Law also set forth that offers will not be rejected solely on the grounds of arithmetic error in calculation of the price the purchasing organisation will be obliged to provide an opportunity to a supplier to correct the error. A number of other amendments have been made to the Law on Public Procurement establishing the limits of the value of cross-border procurements, confidentiality undertaking, the procedure for reporting as well as the procedure for acceptance and consideration of offers and execution of a procurement agreement. Also, a shorter 45-day term has been fixed for examination of claims and appeals regarding public procurement procedures in court.