*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The law The lawon the acceleration and simplification of public action (ASAP) of 7 December 2020 reveals several movements in the law relating to the competitive bidding of public contracts. Firstly, it extends the reaction of public authorities in terms of public ordering in the face of the health crisis. Secondly, this law is part of a movement to adapt competitive tendering obligations to promote economic development that goes back further than the reaction to the pandemic linked to COVID-19. Finally, the text of 7 December reflects the legislator's overall desire to simplify public procurement. Thus, for example, according to Article 1 of the
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Thresholds: The French legislator relaxes competitive tendering obligations with the law on the acceleration and simplification of public action (ASAP)
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