*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. – CE, Section, 11 July 2008, Ville de Paris, n°312354 The "Vélib'" service was the subject of a public contract signed on 27 February 2007 between the City of Paris and Somupi, a subsidiary of JCDecaux. A global contract for urban planning, technical and financial reasons, the contract covers both the operation of advertising space and the provision of self-service bicycles. Taking note of the success of the "Vélib'" service, the Paris municipality wanted to offer 30 municipalities in the inner suburbs the possibility of installing additional stations on their territory. A decision adopted on 19 December 2007 by the Paris Council, sitting as a municipal
CASE COMMENT : PUBLIC SECTOR - PUBLIC PROCUREMENT - COMPETITIVE BIDDING - EXTENSION OF THE CONTRACT
Public procurement: The Council of State rules that the extension of a contract for self service bicycles over 1.500 meters from the initial scope of the contract (Paris) does not alter the initial contract and then requires no new bidding (Ville de Paris)
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