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De facto awards/public procurement law

News from 06.03.17

The term ‘de facto awards’ refers to orders which are awarded without any prior publication of notice in the official gazette of the European Union.
In the second part of the blog article, Dr. Sönke Anders addresses the questions of how one recognizes de facto awards and how public clients can minimize the risk of such de facto awards. You can find this part here.
The first part, on the subject “Self-cleaning of a bidder,” which appeared on 31 January 2017, can be found here.