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Ideas for Post-Brexit UK Public Procurement from BiP’s Eddie Regan (Part 2)

How the UK could “improve” its public procurement legislative framework post Brexit




Public Procurement Podcasts – Pedro Telles Interviews Grith Skovgaard Olykke on Abnormally Low Tenders

Dr Grith Skovgaard Olykke talks to Pedro Telles about the law on abnormally low tenders and the importance of interdisciplinary research




New Laws Encourage Hungarian Suppliers To Prioritise Competition Compliance

Hungary has introduced strict new legislation which will automatically disqualify companies from public procurement tenders




Simplifying Sub-OJEU Tenders – IPCS Tell Us How at BravoSolution Conference

A focused approach brings benefits to all




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

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




How to evaluate price in tenders – not the way UK SBS do it!

Construction services framework pulled after suppliers game the process




Corruption in Spain – questions about tendering process

Politicians involved in suspicious public contracts




Know your RWIND – the reasonably well-informed and normally diligent tenderer

Important case law for public procurement people




New EU directives on abnormally low tenders – implications for procurement

A good idea – but some unanswered questions?




Ireland’s Health Service Executive has power to improve transparency

More public information would help suppliers and ultimately contracting authorities