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Should I stay or should I go? (Revisited) - further automatic suspension upheld

Further to our briefing, Procurement Challenges - should I stay or should I go?, the English High Court has stayed another contract award. We consider what this means here.
13 November 2014

Cyber Essentials controls made mandatory

From 1 October 2014 suppliers must comply with the new Cyber Essentials security requirements when bidding for some central government contracts.
20 October 2014

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Teckal and exceptions to mandatory application of public procurement procedures

The law on whether a public authority can award a contract without a tender process to another public authority is being developed. This article considers the possible impact for local authorities.
16 June 2014

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Direct awards to private non-profit organisations

The Court of Justice of the EU is considering a number of cases which concern when a public authority can legitimately procure services without a competition from other public sector entities.

07 March 2014

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European Commission takes more steps to modernise application of State aid rules

The European Commission has recently published a raft of new measures modernising and simplifying State Aid legislation. Our State Aid team takes a look at the latest developments.
30 January 2014

Ensuring temporary workers are trained

The Information Commissioner's Office has recently taken action against Great Ormond Street Hospital following a breach of data protection.
06 December 2013

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All for one? Nash v Barnet LBC

A local authority has successfully defended a high-profile procurement on time limits but the Court of Appeal chose not to deal with the requirements to consult. Houlden, Jackson and Tucker consult.
03 September 2013

Challenging procurement decisions: New time limit no excuse for lacking claim details

A recent judgement (Corelogic v Bristol City Council) proves there is no leeway for late amendments in procurement challenge claims.
24 July 2013
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