Public procurement: revised thresholds
By Jaime Jones
The European Commission has announced — Regulation 1336/2013 — that it will be changing the advertising thresholds under the public procurement rules with effect from 1 January 2014.
The new thresholds will apply, for the next two years, to the public sector procurement rules, the utilities procurement rules and the defence procurement rules. If you are a public sector buyer, you need to apply these rates from January.
If you are a supplier to the public sector, you will need to know which contracts are caught and will have to be tendered out…
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