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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 ...
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 ...
In their response to the urgency of the COVID-19 crisis, contracting authorities within Europe have experienced many challenges.
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.
In the latest in a long line of case law examining when contracts concerning land are subject to the public procurement rules, the Courts have attempted to further clarify when a leasing arrangement may legitimately ...
From Thursday 18 October 2018, all communication within public procurement processes must be fully electronic.
A recent Procurement Policy Note (PPN) published by the Crown Commercial Service (Action Note 01/18) introduces new obligations on certain public sector purchasers to encourage further visibility in supply chain ...
Government is regularly criticised for not doing enough to encourage innovation when procuring contracts. However, we believe that the public sector could be bolder in the way it approaches procurement to ensure that ...
The article provides deep insights for European suppliers about the unique legal environment in China, particularly from a contract and product liability law perspective.