When can experts assist the court in procurement disputes?
The procurement of major infrastructure projects is long and complex, costing millions. Bidders routinely instruct consultants to provide expertise on technical matters, pricing and turning each proposal into a viable, attractive and cost effective submission. Public authorities likewise instruct expert consultants to evaluate bids. With so much at stake, not least huge sums of public money, the role of experts can be crucial.
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