IT’S THE LAW: EU Public Procurement Regulations

EU Public Procurement Regulations: ‘what?’, ‘when?’ and ‘oh dear God, why?’

The EU Public Procurement Regulations are derived from European Treaties and European legislation. Their full title is the Public Contracts Regulations 2015, though they are more commonly known and referred to as the “OJEU Regulations” or the “Procurement Regulations”.

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