CASE COMMENT: PUBLIC SECTOR - PUBLIC PROCUREMENT: SERVICE CONCESSIONS - GENERAL PRINCIPLES: TRANSPARENCY - CONTENT

Public procurement: The French Council of State rules that the European principle of transparency does not impose to the contracting authorities to have the publicity of the bidding procedure systematically published at the European level even if the contract is of interest to bidders from other member States (ANPE)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. CE, Sect. 30 January 2009, Agence Nationale Pour l'Emploi (ANPE), n° 290236 The fundamental principles of public procurement law form the backbone of competitive tendering procedures. The decision handed down by the Administrative Jurisdiction Division of the Council of State on 30 January 2009 enabled the administrative judge to confirm their scope and to clarify their application. In that case, the ANPE had issued a notice of public competitive bidding with a view to authorizing service providers to provide services for jobseekers. The notice was published in a regional daily newspaper even though the ANPE had used the procedure adapted from article 30

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Arnaud Sée, Public procurement: The French Council of State rules that the European principle of transparency does not impose to the contracting authorities to have the publicity of the bidding procedure systematically published at the European level even if the contract is of interest to bidders from other member States (ANPE), 30 January 2009, Concurrences N° 2-2009, Art. N° 26090, pp. 204-207

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