The EU General Court issues a new decision concerned with the extent of the duty to provide reasons to disappointed tenderers (Sviluppo Globale)

Again on procurement debriefing and its excesses: Extent of the duty to give (very detailed) reasons to bidders and right to a fair trial (T-183/10)* In its Judgment of 10 October 2012 in case T‑183/10 Sviluppo Globale GEIE v Commission, the General Court has issued a new decision concerned with the extent of the duty to provide reasons to disappointed tenderers on the basis of Article 100(2) of Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002 of 25 June 2002 on the Financial Regulation applicable to the general budget of the European Communities (OJ 2002 L 248, p. 1) (‘the Financial Regulation’) [for another recent case on debriefing, see my comments here]. Interestingly, the GC expressly highlights the link between the duty to give reasons and the right to effective judicial protection

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Albert Sánchez Graells, The EU General Court issues a new decision concerned with the extent of the duty to provide reasons to disappointed tenderers (Sviluppo Globale), 10 October 2012, e-Competitions Bulletin ECHR, Art. N° 64144

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