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  1. Legal news
    06 January 2021
    Brexit: the end of public procurement rules or business as usual?

    The UK exited the EU on 31st January 2020. The transition period in the Withdrawal Agreement ended on 31st December 2020. Existing EU Treaties, EU free movement rights and the general principles of EU law now no longer ...

  2. Legal news
    12 January 2021
    Public Procurement in the COVID-19 crisis: opportunities and challenges

    In their response to the urgency of the COVID-19 crisis, contracting authorities within Europe have experienced many challenges.

  3. Legal news
    15 January 2021
    Green Paper Briefings: Procurement Challenge Proposals

    The UK Government Green Paper on 'Transforming Public Procurement' represents the biggest potential change to UK procurement practice for decades. In particular, the paper includes some interesting proposals in respect ...

  4. Legal news
    08 January 2021
    Procurement Green Paper Briefings: eProcurement Proposals

    The UK Government Green Paper on Procurement (see Procurement Green Paper) contains far- reaching proposals for public sector eProcurement systems. The proposals have consequences that extend well beyond eProcurement ...

  5. Legal news
    23 January 2019
    Slovakia: Key legal changes for public procurement in 2019 - how should companies prepare?

    The so-called big amendment to the Act on Public Procurement prepared by the Office for Public Procurement (the "Office"), that came into effect as of 1 January 2019, aims to abrogate a number of application problems, ...

  6. Legal news
    02 May 2018
    Choosing not to choose – the procurement loophole that threatens G-Cloud?

    In a recent European decision the court expanded further the relatively new line of case law that allows authorities to avoid a public procurement process if they are not 'choosing' those to be awarded the contract.

  7. Legal news
    17 October 2018
    The introduction of mandatory e-procurement

    From Thursday 18 October 2018, all communication within public procurement processes must be fully electronic.