CASE COMMENT : FRENCH CASE LAW - PUBLIC SECTOR - PUBLIC PROCUREMENT - PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP - BIDDING PROCESS - VALUE FOR MONEY CRITERIA

Public/Private Partnership: The French Constitutional Council partially upholds a bill reforming the PPP 2004 ordinance and gives precision as to the constitutional requirement for public procurement (Public procurement)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Cons. constitutionnel, dec. n°2008-567 DC of July 24, 2008, Law on partnership contracts Contract administration is omnipresent in our economic environment. The securing of contractual relationships is undoubtedly a component of economic efficiency. However, this can only be seen in relation to the effectiveness of existing arrangements. Our public procurement, whose fundamental principles have been constitutionally established, appears fragmented. Partnership contracts are the most successful instrument of public procurement. It is a complex, long-term contract covering the design, construction, financing, upkeep and maintenance of a work. From ordinary

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Bertrand du Marais, Jean-Mathieu Glatt, Public/Private Partnership: The French Constitutional Council partially upholds a bill reforming the PPP 2004 ordinance and gives precision as to the constitutional requirement for public procurement (Public procurement), 24 July 2008, Concurrences N° 4-2008, Art. N° 22321, pp. 157-160

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