Procurement and Competition Rules

Public procurement is the purchase usually by contract after public competition of goods, services, works and other supplies by a public sector body or a body that has an element of public funding such as housing associations. There are various EU and national legislative regulations and constraints to follow on whether a contract exceeds the relevant financial threshold, which of the open, restricted or negotiated award procedures should be followed and whether the successful bidder should be the party that offers the lowest price or the most economically advantageous tender.

How we can help

We provide procuring bodies proactive practical risk based step by step advice on how to comply with the procurement rules when setting up and running a competition. These include the preparation and settlement of OJEU notice, Pre-Qualification Questionnaires, framework agreements, tender, contract, collateral, guarantee and bond documents and correspondence in relation to professional and other supplier arrangements.

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