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”)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. EC Commission, 5 February 2008, Interpretative Communication on the application of Community law on public procurement and concessions to institutionalised public-private partnerships (IPPPs), OJEU No C 91 of 12 April 2008, p. 4. On 5 February 2008, the European Commission published an Interpretative Communication on the application of Community law on public procurement and concessions to institutionalised public-private partnerships (C (2007) 661). Already mentioned in the Green Paper on public-private partnerships and Community law on public contracts and concessions (COM (2004)327 final of 30 April 2004), institutionalised public-private partnerships

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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 N° 2-2008, Art. N° 16690, p. 174

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