EU public procurement legislation begins overhaul:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The EU has begun revising its public procurement legislation. The European Parliament passed a 201-page Commission text on January 17 and agreed to drop demands for lower thresholds beyond which contracts have to go out to tender. The text will now go to the Council.
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