Public procurement is an important part of any economy, regardless of the geographical location, political orientation or level of development. Therefore, they can be considered as a separate part, but not insignificant, of the business of a functioning market economy. Moreover, they benefit from its own law, including the global economic agreements governing commercial transactions of this type. One of the most important goals of the activities of public institutions is to “deliver” to the taxpayer (in this sphere of beneficiaries of public services are included both individuals and legal entities) services of a quality as high as possible, trying to satisfy their requirements. With a strategic-military background in a rapidly changing context, institutions that are part of the national defense system, public order and national security, are faced today, seemingly more than ever with challenges increasingly vocal expressed, to supply services of personal security at a level and a quality that generates peace and calm of everyday life. We therefore believe that a pragmatic and realistic approach is required to procurement in military organizations, aiming goals and measuring results in a clear and precise manner.