CASE COMMENT : TEXT - PUBLIC SECTOR - SECONDARY LAW - COMMISSION COMMUNICATION - PUBLIC PROCUREMENT CONTRACTS AND CONCESSION CONTRACTS - INSTITUTIONNAL PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP - SCOPE OF THE “IN HOUSE” DEROGATION AND OF THE COMPETITIVE BIDDING PROCESS

"In house" derogation: The European Commission issues a notice on the scope of the “in house” derogation and the bidding process as regard institutional PPP ("Institutional public private partnership”)

EC Comm., 5 February 2008, Interpretative communication on the application of Community law on Public Procurement and Concessions to institutionalised PPP (IPPP), OJ C 91/4, 12.4.2008 Le 5 février 2008, la Commission européenne a publié une communication interprétative concernant l'application du droit communautaire des marchés publics et des concessions aux partenariats public-privé institutionnalisés (C (2007) 661). Déjà mentionné dans le Livre vert sur les partenariats publics privés et le droit communautaire des marchés publics et des concessions (COM (2004)327 final du 30 avril 2004), le partenariat public-privé institutionnalisé (PPP-I) concerne une “coopération entre des partenaires publics et privés qui établissent une entité à capital mixte qui exécute des marchés publics ou des

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Bertrand du Marais, Jean-Mathieu Glatt, "In house" derogation: The European Commission issues a notice on the scope of the “in house” derogation and the bidding process as regard institutional PPP ("Institutional public private partnership”), 5 February 2008, Concurrences Review N° 2-2008, Art. N° 16690, p. 174

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