It is important to keep up-to-date with public procurement laws and regulations, both on a national and international level.
The International Comparative Legal Guide to Public Procurement 2020 provides a comprehensive and cohesive analysis and comparison of the public procurement laws in Australia and on a global scale.
In particular, the main topics for discussion which are explored in some detail in the 2020 Guide include consideration of the relevant laws that govern public procurement in each country, the application of the relevant law to entities and contracts, award procedures, exclusion and exemptions (including in-house arrangements), remedies for non-compliance, changes during and after a procedure, privatisations and public private partnerships and potential law changes predicted for the future.
For the second year in a row, Holding Redlich has authored the Australian chapter, providing a detailed yet reader friendly response to important questions surrounding public procurement matters in Australia.
Click here to read the full chapter.
We will be putting a spotlight on these issues at our Procurement seminar series in our Sydney and Brisbane office. Click here for more information and to register.
Authors: Andrew Hynd & Olivia Fielding
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