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The ECJ recently ruled on the definition of a public body in the
context of the Directive on public procurement. The issue was
raised by BFI, an undertaking...
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has clarified the duties of
national courts where a Member State failed to translate into
domestic law the Directive...
The European Commission has decided to bring actions before the
Court of Justice against France, Germany and Austria and to send
reasoned opinions (the...
Frank Dufficy and Paul Smith consider the Housing Grants,
Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 and its effect on the PFI
The Housing Grants, Construction...
The Commission has adopted a Communication outlining priorities for
public procurement policy. The Communication follows a Commission
Green Paper which...
Main contacts: David Marks and Sue Hankey
Rejection of low tender unlawful
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has confirmed
that an awarding authority...
Two agreements have been signed between the EU and Israel on
procurement by telecommunications operators and on government
procurement. The telecoms...
Infringement proceedings against Greece and Spain
The Commission has sent Greece a reasoned opinion
(the second stage of infringement proceedings under...
An update on the public procurement regime
Sue Hankey gives a timely reminder of the procurement law issues
for PFI contracts
In its first few months...
EU public procurement closed to competition
Two recent studies conclude that liberalisation of
the EU public procurement market has had little effect....
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