In Finland, the national public buyers shall publish notices and other information on upcoming and all ongoing tendering procedures (“Julkiset hankinnat”) in the official HILMA portal. Anyone is allowed to browse both national and EU notices there and, after registering to the portal, activate e-mail alerts on interesting tendering procedures. In order to obtain the procurement documents and submit a tender, HILMA redirects you to procurement portals like “tarjouspalvelu.fi” and “hanki.tarjouspalvelu.fi”.
Lithuanian public procurement notices are published in the central public procurement portal. Registration to this portal is free, however, it may take up to 3 working days for registration confirmation. In the portal, there is an option to subscribe to different “codes” which relates to various product and service sections.
Swedish procurements (“Upphandlingar”) are all gathered in Opic. From there you can, however, be redirected to different procurement portals, most common is “TendSign”, but other common portals are “E-avrop" and “Kommers”. In said portals, you can find the procurement documents after creating an account (which is always free to do).
In Estonia, the whole procurement procedure takes place in the Public Procurement Register. This is a free self-service environment for contracting authorities to conduct procurements and for economic operators to participate in public procurements. Anyone can freely browse published procurements, notices, contract information, and review committee's decisions.