- The government’s Procurement Bill—its impact on challenges and remedies for suppliers and public authorities
- Implications for suppliers and public authorities
- Information to suppliers
- Standstill period
- Time limits
- Automatic suspension
Public Law analysis: The government has now published its Procurement Bill (the Bill) which when enacted will provide a new public procurement regime repealing the Regulations that currently govern public procurements (Public Contracts, Utilities, Defence and Public Security and Concessions). The introduction of the Bill to Parliament follows on from a detailed consultation process on reforming the UK’s procurement regime after Brexit. In this analysis, Jeremy Sharman and Russell Williamson of Bird & Bird LLP examine the key points of the Bill.
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