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Pinelopi-Alexia Giosa on Leniency, Competition, Corruption and Debarment

Dilemmas highlighted at procurement research event


Public Procurement Early Career Researcher Conference – A Hit!

Event in London is useful and successful


Danish Charities Appeal a Decision To Exclude a “Crowdfunded” Bid For Wind Turbines Contract

Two Danish community energy charities took an innovative approach in their joint tender for the construction, maintenance and ownership of 350 MW of offshore wind turbines


Milton Keynes Procurement Challenge (part 2) – Lessons for Contracting Authorities

The evaluation process needs to be well constructed and documented


Milton Keynes Loses Procurement Challenge, Judge Evaluates the Tenders!

Case likely to set precedent in a number of ways


Public Procurement in Ireland and Chile – More Questions than Answers from Interview

Who’s Who Legal quizzes procurement lawyers


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


EU Blocks €12 Billion Hungary-Russia Nuclear Deal Over Illegal Tender

Hungary – Russia deal to build two new nuclear reactors under scrutiny, possibly halted


Irish Court Explains Why Contract Suspension Must Stand, Ignores UK Case Law

Good news for unhappy suppliers, bad news for buyers