The New Public Procurement Law: Simpler and More Flexible?

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THE NEW PUBLIC PROCUREMENT LAW:
SIMPLER AND MORE FLEXIBLE?
Tallinn, 19 January 2017
The purpose behind the introduction of new EU public procurement
directives in 2014 was to make the law simpler and more exible. Has this
objective been reached? How much does the national law transposing these
directives further inuence simplication and adding of exibility in the local
procurement arena? On 19 January 2017, Tallinn will host a quest for answers
to these questions, as renowned national and international procurement
experts – among them representatives of the Court of Justice of the European
Union and the European Commission, academics, government ocials, and
practitioners – discuss topics related to transposition of the 2014 directives.
Among the relevant topics are the following:
 
of tenderers
 
 
modied public contracts
 
procurement
You are warmly welcome to join the discussion! Anyone interested in making
apresentation at the conference and/or publishing a related
research article iskindly asked to send an abstract introducing the presentation
or article to Monika.Vilu@cobalt.legal
by1 November 2016.

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