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Professor Sue Arrowsmith on Brexit – What Happens To Public Procurement?

In part 1 of our article about Professor Sue Arrowsmith’s session at the recent Leicester Law School Socially Sustainable Public Procurement event, we looked at her history of “sustainability” in public procurement, and some of her thoughts about the care needed in using such criteria in public procurement decisions. She pointed out that there are…


Public Contracts Regulations Commentary – Excellent Work From Telles and Sánchez-Graells

Frank and useful analysis and insight


Legal Certainty in French Procurement & Concession Contracts Post-Reform: Taking Into Account The Lenders’ Perspective

A guest article from Julien Moiroux


This Week’s News from the Public Procurement Cafe

Public sector stories from around Europe this week


Private Firm Offers Frameworks To Contracting Authorities – Via Ilkley Grammar School!

Is this within the spirit of EU regulations?


The Pros and Cons of Lotting in Public Procurement – Not Always a Simple Decision!

Competition, cost of procurement, delivery issues, innovation … etc!


Do EU Procurement Thresholds and Inconsistent Court Rulings Overcomplicate the Cross-Border Interest Test?  

Piotr Bogdanowicz, assistant professor in European law at the University of Warsaw and legal adviser, discusses how the EU deals with cross-border interest in public procurement.


EU Purchasing Authorities Struggle With Cross-Border Interest Regulations

Dr Pedro Telles interviews Dr Andrea Sundstrand in the latest public procurement podcast


Edenred Loses in UK Supreme Court – Extension to NS&I Atos Contract Was Legal

Future flexibility can be built in at award stage


Procurement Challenge in Bristol Brings Evaluation Methodology Issues Into Focus

Court refuses to lift suspension of contract award