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Transposition accélérée des nouvelles directives marchés publics |

La CCI Paris Ile-de-France, très impliquée dans l’effort de simplification et notamment en matière de marchés publics, ne peut que soutenir l’application rapide des mesures préconisées sous réserve de quelques correctifs.

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Violation of public procurement laws | Africa Punch

Violation of public procurement laws | Africa Punch | droit public des affaires | Scoop.it
Africa Punch | DESPITE the existence of Public Procurement Regulations designed to check corrupt practices and entrench due process, transparency and consistency in the.
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EU procurement rules could herald a significant change to public services

Emerging EU procurement rules could herald a significant change to how public services are procured and delivered, writes the Head of Policy at Social Enterprise UK.

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New government strategy: We need to save money and promote innovation and sustainability by buying smarter in - Danish Ministry of Finance

October 2013 saw the release of the Danish Strategy on Intelligent 
Public Purchasing by the Danish Finance Ministry. Emphasising 
cost-efficiency, innovation and quality and sustainability, the 
strategy presents seven strategic principles for smart procurement, 
relevant for standard purchases through to innovative solutions. 
These are accompanied by concrete initiatives and tools to 
develop procurement and help overcome barriers and challenges 
to smart procurement.


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#3: Public Procurement and Contract Administration: A Brief Introduction (Procurement ClassRoom Series) ... http://t.co/CGv7I1HFcY
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EU law to create ‘level playing field’ in public procurement markets | Supply Management

EU law to create ‘level playing field’ in public procurement markets | Supply Management | droit public des affaires | Scoop.it

A committee of MEPs has approved a draft law that would mean firms in non-EU countries bidding for EU contracts could be excluded if those nations do not allow EU firms similar access to their public contracts.

The European Parliament’s International Trade Committee (INTA) said the “international public procurement instrument” should “strengthen the EU’s hand in trade talks and help EU firms wishing to bid for third country contracts”.

Daniel Caspary, European Parliament rapporteur, INTA coordinator and German MEP, said: “The new rules address a crucial imbalance in global trade whereby large multinationals from newly-industrialised nations profit from open access to EU markets, but are protected from global competition at home. The new rule is simple: same rights for both sides. We are creating a level playing field.”

According to the European Commission, 85 per cent of EU public procurement markets are open to international tenders, but EU firms are only allowed to bid for 32 per cent of public tenders in the US and 28 per cent in Japan.

The instrument would only apply to tenders worth €5 million (£4.2 million) or more and those in which goods or services originating outside the EU exceed 50 per cent of the products or services involved.

It is proposed that “least-developed countries” are excluded from the legislation. The law will subject to a vote by all MEPs before coming into force.


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PUBLIC PROCUREMENT & GRAND CORRUPTION | crcb

This research project collects contract level public procurement data from publicly available official sources in Hungary and a number of other EU countries such as Romania, Czech Republic, Slovakia and links the procurement data to further ...
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