*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. – EC, 26 March 2008, Reunion Region, No. 284412 The scope of the principle of competition continues to extend to the provision of vocational training: the Council of State has instituted here the obligation for local authorities to subject their providers of training modules to the competitive award procedures organised by the Public Procurement Code. The Conseil d'État provides interesting clarifications on these two points by limiting the information requirements that a contracting authority can make of its provider. The Reunion region had drawn up a regional programme for the development of continuing vocational training for young people under 26 years
CASE COMMENT : CASE LAW - PUBLIC SECTOR - PUBLIC PROCUREMENT - SCOPE - SUBSIDIES
Public procurement scope: The Council of State rules that “subsidies” paid by a local government to get vocational training are public procurement contracts when they are paid as counterpart for a service defined by the government, whatever their contractual definition (La Réunion)
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