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Public-private partnership is now a tool of public procurement available to public authorities in many countries.
This briefing considers the impact of Brexit on public procurement in the UK, as well as the likely longer term impacts.
This article explores the legislation that governs procurement by the Singapore government and its agencies, and, explores situations where a tender award decision should or should not be challenged.
The world of public procurement is also affected by the COVID-19 crisis, but no central solution has (yet) been devised for this. In this article, we would like to briefly consider the consequences of the Corona ...
The COVID-19 crisis has disrupted a number of business sectors worldwide and undoubtedly also impacted public procurement procedures. The need to procure certain goods and services quickly or immediately, the inability ...
The containment measures taken by the French government in response to the Covid-19 situations severely disrupts the performance of public contracts. In order to help companies, the French Government issued an Ordinance ...
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic hitting France constitutes a major disruption for the ongoing and future tender procedures of public procurement and contracts in the country.
The COVID-19 pandemic is causing huge global disruption on critical defence operations and programmes. In this respect, private actors operating in the defence sector are keen to anticipate the consequences of COVID-19 ...
All over the world, the demand for various healthcare-related products has increased and is very urgent because of the consequences of the COVID-19 virus (or Coronavirus), for example the demand for face masks and ...