The Council shall
- establish the headcount of the Public Procurement Arbitration Board;
- appoint or recall the Chairperson and deputy Chairperson of the Public Procurement Arbitration Board and the public procurement commissioners; judge cases of incompatibility related to public procurement commissioners;
- consulting with the minister competent in public procurements and, where appropriate, in collaboration with the national economic chambers and other trade organisations, prepare guidelines with the aim of facilitating the application of the regulations applicable to public procurements based on the experiences acquired from the decisions of review procedures and the control of public contracts in practice and concerning practical information on public procurement (in particular on the issues provided for in this Act);
- perform other responsibilities designated to it by law.