Public Procurement: How to increase the price of a signed procurement contract and prevent exclusion based on low wages?

Head of public procurement practice group at VILGERTS Katrine Plavina explains the new option to increase the price of a signed public procurement contract irrespective of its justifications. The publication also covers guidelines for assessing the wage level of your or your partner’s employees to ensure that after August 1, 2015 the purchasers will not find your bid abnormally low and exclude you from the tender.
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by Katrīne Pļaviņa, Senior Associate, Latvia

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