UK government launches consultation on implementation of EU procurement reform

The UK government has launched a public consultation concerning the implementation of the revised EU directives on public procurement.

The Cabinet Office is seeking comments on the UK’s draft regulations to ascertain if they meet policy requirements, and whether they do so in the best way.

The current consultation covers the public sector directive, along with provisions that are applicable across all three directives, while further consultations will focus on matters unique to the utilities directive and the concessions directive.  Read more at Supply Management

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