Public Procurement: Bidders may prevent exclusion form a tender.

Head of public procurement practice group at VILGERTS Katrine Plavina explains the new bidder’s right to re-establish reliability despite grounds for exclusion. In such a case, the bidder must ask the contracting authority not to exclude it from the tender on a case-by-case basis. The contracting authorities must assess the bidder’s explanations and proof of reliability.

You will also learn other rules retroactively applicable to public tenders from April 19, 2016. For example, you will understand how to use and evaluate the information in the European Single Procurement Document.

Read more in our edition of the INSIDER. 

by Debora Pāvila, Partner, Latvia

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