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Public Procurement

Public procurement defines “the process by which public authorities, such as government departments or local authorities, purchase work, goods or services from companies”.  According to the European Commission, in the European Union 250.000 public authorities provide for a total public spending of 14% of GDP in the field of public procurement. This sum represents the purchase of services, works and supplies in various areas of public interest and concern. 

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Public Procurement of Large-Scale Projects

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English 21.02.2019 - 22.02.2019 H4 Hotel Berlin-Alexanderplatz
Date: 21.02.2019 - 22.02.2019
Location: H4 Hotel Berlin-Alexanderplatz
Language: English
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Public procurement – governments doing business in the public sector

Public procurement: governing laws, regulations, rules and processes

Fighting fraud and corruption and facing challenges of e-procurement

Public authorities, governments and bodies operating in the public sector need to be aware of the latest modalities in the field of public procurement to avoid financial misspending