CASE COMMENTS : PUBLIC SECTOR – CONTRACTS SIGNED AND IMPLEMENTED IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES – GENERAL PRINCIPLE OF PUBLIC PROCUREMENT – ALL BUSINESS SECTORS - COMPULSORY COMPETITIVE BIDDING

Contracts signed and implemented in foreign countries - Principle of public procurement: The Council of State holds that public contracts signed and implemented abroad are subject to the general principle of public procurement and thus should be allocated after a competitive bidding process (PRO 2C)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. CE, 29.06.12, Company PRO 2C, n°357976 Contracts for the provision of services concluded and executed abroad are subject to minimum competitive bidding obligations, which do not, however, impose the notification of the rejection of his offer on the ousted competitor: such is the scope of the discreet but important decision of the Council of State handed down in sub-sections on 29 June 2012. In this case, the Consulate General of France in Tunis launched a call for applications to select an external service provider responsible for the material tasks related to the collection of visa application files. The consul rejected the offer of the company PRO2C and

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Arnaud Sée, Contracts signed and implemented in foreign countries - Principle of public procurement: The Council of State holds that public contracts signed and implemented abroad are subject to the general principle of public procurement and thus should be allocated after a competitive bidding process (PRO 2C), 29 June 2012, Concurrences N° 4-2012, Art. N° 49576, pp. 173-174

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