Public sector stories from around Europe this week
What’s been happening down the public procurement bar this week — ECJ, Data Loss and digital access rules
It’s Friday, so here is our roundup of stories, information and events we picked up down the (imaginary) procurement cafe/bar/cave/biergarten (according to your location) this week. With well over a trillion Euros of money from taxpayers and citizens being spent by governments and public sector bodies, you would think it ought to be done well — not…
Swedish authorities to follow the example of Denmark, Finland and Norway by including mandatory labour clauses in public procurement contracts.
Italian police are investigating claims of corruption involving several large public projects, worth a total of €25 billion
Don’t rely on “having a good relationship with the senior people” to win you the contract.
Bulgaria’s new public procurement act will benefit SMEs, but more needs to be done to support SPP.
SMEs winning comparatively few public EU contracts – is it by design?
EU CoJ rules minimum wage not to apply to foreign suppliers