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The Reform of EU Directives on Public Procurement:
Towards More Flexibility

27th September 2012

This event will evaluate the proposed reform of the EU Directives on Public Procurement, currently under discussion following proposals by the European Commission. Topics will include:

  • Overview of reform of EU directives on public procurement by EU Commission speaker
  • Contracts covered by the Directive and the in house exception
  • Flexibility and dialogue in the award procedures
  • Strategic use of public procurement to empower SMEs and achieve green and social objectives
  • External view on reform of EU directives by leading US commentator

Please note we will use the Tudor Street entrance at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, map available to download here.


This event is kindly sponsored by

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Monckton Chambers


CPD points may be claimed by both barristers and solicitors by attending this event


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