CASE COMMENT: PUBLIC SECTOR - EXCEPTION IN HOUSE - PUBLIC PROCUREMENT - PUBLIC CONTRACTS - SCOPE: IN HOUSE EXCEPTION - PUBLIC INTEREST GROUPING (GIP)

"In house" exception for public procurement: The Council of State rules that transaction between a public interest grouping and their members are “in house” transactions (SNIIS)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. CE, 4 March 2009, Syndicat national des industries d'information de santé (SNIIS), No. 300481 Public procurement law, while requiring contracting authorities to comply with strict competitive procedures, does not imply the systematic outsourcing of tasks in the public interest. The Conseil d'État usefully recalls this in the Syndicat national des industries d'information de santé decision. In that case, eleven hospital establishments and an inter-hospital union had set up a public interest grouping (hereinafter "GIP"), GIP-Symaris, the purpose of which was to study, design, develop and make available to its members any information system to support

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Arnaud Sée, "In house" exception for public procurement: The Council of State rules that transaction between a public interest grouping and their members are “in house” transactions (SNIIS), 4 March 2009, Concurrences N° 3-2009, Art. N° 27850, pp. 144-146

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