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Category: eu procurement law

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What is the european threshold value in public procurement law?

If, according to § 2 VgV*[1], the expected order value exceeds a so-called threshold, a Europe-wide awarding proceeding must be carried out. In such a case, it can be assumed that the mandate is of cross-border interest and relevant to the internal market. Above these thresholds, here applies laws “coined” by the European directives (the…
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Complaints and review proceedings in public procurement law

According to § 160 (1) GWB, the public procurement tribunal shall initiate review proceedings (Rüge) only upon application. Paragraph § 160 (3) of the GWB specifies that an application becomes inadmissible if the applicant became aware of the violation of public procurement provisions during the awarding procedure, but did not complain to the contracting entity…
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Public procurement procedures

Open procedure (EU-Procurement Law)/ public tendering (national award)            We talk about open procedures (for national proceedings below the EU thresholds: public tendering) in the specific case of contracting authority publicly requesting an unlimited number of companies to submit their offers. Restricted procedure (EU-Procurement Law/ restricted tendering (national award) A procedure is considered restricted (Europe-wide) in…
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